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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUB, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ft 1890.
Unloading1 Sale this Week.
Special for Monday 3-4 full size NAPKINS bleached, all Linen,
97 cents a dozen.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
H is Iwn croateil among the ladies since
the ri-ct ipt of those elegint work and
sornp baskets. Ttiev are of Imlian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
iimiieil it is doubtful if we will have any
ninre this season. Call and mike your
selections or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
L J. SMITH & SON,
Fill -took innw replete, with Novrltie. Call and compare onr stock and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
1-r and 127 Woat Third Street. Onr. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
,r.U2, 31.4: Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block. Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER-F.xeln-ive aeent
K. in: Bire Sm,, Jnewy & Co., Robert S.
l nrx an paper Co., and Kobert Oraves & uo.
SEE nU.t nPECIAuS-W hich include all
I'iw o-her dcaleig
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seyonteenth 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 25(5 and 50c Bttle8,
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach troubles, is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
2"c a Battle Samples free.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83e.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat. 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, ffiass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
Mth spring fixtures. 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
Oca: ifci Ittn C;
fnr the following fir lie.t
Uobb & Co., Nevms & Haviland, New
the Art papers.
Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
Druggist, Bock Island.
Moline Do Not Possess a Great
Amount Just Now.
The Provision an It Paused In the Klv
" and Harbor Bill-When Work
M ill itaaiearr.
The resolutions adopted by the Moline
Business M n's association yesterday aN
ternoon pertaining to the Hennepin canal
Waebkas, Neither the Business asso
ciation, the citizens of Moline. or the in
rlSni.lnnU .1 r , . .
ui.itiuma i;itreoi. nave anv luterext in
real estate at Milan or South Rock Island;
Resolved. That this association does not
think it to be to the interest of Moline to
celebrate t!ie signing of the Hennepin
canal bill, cr to assist private citizens of
ivick island and Davenport to boom
property In the location named.
The Moline Dispatch evidently takes
the wrong i lea of the object of the Mos
line meeting. It says:
Kock Islund celebrants sent up a re
quest that ".he Moline Business associa
tion bear some of the expense of last Sat
urday night's ctinal celebration. A dozen
members of our business association met
this afttrnoou and adopted a resolution
refusing t, fhare in the expense, and
hinting that the route victory was won
by those who put property interests
ahead of ol ier confederations. It is per
fectly proper to let Rock Island pay for
her own celebration, but that route vic
tory is won. Bnd the antagonisms crow
ing out or it should bo buried. Moline
people wanted the canal by whatever
It is to bt hoped that the Moline meet
ing was not held under any such ridicu
lously silly and mistaken ideas. Rock
Island did not ask Moline to pay any
part of Rock Island's celebration. This
city has ample funds from the subscrip
tions taken Saturday to defray all the ex
penses of the demonstration, and wilr
probably have a little left over to turn in
the Spencer square fund. The mission
of the com nittee selected by the Rock Is
land coram ttee tocoufcr with the Moline
association had no reference whatever to
the Saturday night celebration. That was
Uock Island's own event and no other city
was aeked to share in the expense, though
all would have been welcome to join in
the joy of the occasion. The object of
the commit. tec which went to Moline was
to arrange if agreeable to the other cities
for a celebration in which Moline. Dav
enport, Gtneseo and Milan should unite.
If Moline is opprsed to such a celebra
tion, bowver. Rock Island is satisfied.
The con mittee appointed to confer 1 1
to a tn-c ty Hennepin canal celebration
met at the Harper house yesterday after
noon, but Qeneseo was the only town
represented. Moline refused down-right
to have scything to do with any jubilee
over the ctnal, while Davenport explained
that it had made provision for an expres
sion of joy in a design to be presented in
the river arnival tonight. In view of
the fact tl at Rock Island and Milan had
already celebrated the canal's success, it
was decid ;d to simply adjourn subject to
the call of the chair.
The fu'l text of the Hennepin canal
provision as passed by congress and ap
proved by the president in the river and
harbor bill is as follows:
For the construction of the Illinois and
Mississippi canal to connect the Illinois
river at a point near the town of Henne
pin with the Mississippi river at the
mouth of Kock river, together with a
branch cinal or feeder from said Rock
river to tl e main line of said canal, f.'RKfc-
(H)O. Said canal and feeder shall be
known as the Illinois and Mississippi ca
nal and shall be constructed on the rou'.e
located bv the secretary of war in pursu
ance of the provisions of "An act making
appropriations for the construction, re
pair and 'reservation of certain works on
certain pubTlo works on rivers and har
bors, and for other purposes, which act
became a law Aug. 11, 1883, and said ca
nal and Toiler shall be eighty feet wide
at the water line and seen feet deep, the
locks 170 feel in length and thirty feet in
width, ard shall Imve a capacity for ves
sels of at least 2SO tons burden, with
guard gates, waste-weirs, looks, lock
houses, bavins, brii'gtrs, and all other
erection und fixtures that may be neces
sary for Kafe and convenient navigation
of said otnal and feeders, and shall be
constructed on plans and specifications to
be anproved by the secretary of war. It
shall lie the duty of the secretary of war,
in order lo gecure the right of way for
such canal and feedT, to acquire the ti le
to such lands as may be necessary by
agreement, purchase, or voluntaiy con
veyance from the owners if it can be done
on reasonable terms; but if that should
he found impracticable then the secretarv
of war shall applv at any term of the cir
cuit couit or district court of the United
Slates fr r the northern district of Illinois
to he held thereafter and in the name of
the United States institute and carry on
proceedings to condemn such lauds as
may be necessary for right of way as
aforesaid; and in such proceedings said
court si all he governed by the laws of
the stu of Illinois, so far as the same
may be applicable to the subject of con
demnine private properly for public use;
the secretary of war to cause said work
to commence as soon as practicable by
the construction of one of the locks and
dams on said Rock river at such point as
be may deem most advisable, and shall
cause said work to be constructed in ac
cordance with the foregoing provisions,
and of permanent and substantial ma
terials and a good and workmanlike man
ner. Ex-C ngressman Murphy, of Daven
port, thinks the work of construction
will bet. in within thirty days, the lattei
part of the bill as given above providing
that operations shall begin at once and
also laying out the nature of the work
first to receive attention'
J. W. Harrison died at 3:15 this morning
at his borne on Sixteenth street, of con
sumption, complicated with typhoid
fever. The deceased was a laborer, and
was thirty-three years old April 16th last.
He leaves a wife to mourn his loss. The
funeral will be held at 3 o'clock tomor
News was received last evening of the
death f.t Kansas City of Mr. Thomaa Raf
ferty. eon of Mrs., P. Raflerty,
of 1807 Fourth ayenue. ; The re
mains re expected here tonight for in
terment.' The deceased, who leaves a
wife and two children, learned bis trade,
that ol' telegraphy in Rock Island, and
after vrorktag in the C, B. & Q. office,
was oj orator at Whitehall, and later giv
en a responsible position at Kansas City
NteauibualmaD R.-yainltla Thinks the
Palmy Uaya f Travel on the Vpper
MiHslaalppI HaveYet to Come.
Diamond Jo Reynolds arrived in Du
buque from Chicago Sunday morning and
was at the C, M. & St. P. depot, waiting
for the train that was to carry him to Mc
Gregor, when he was approached by a
Telegraph reporter who asked him what
had become of that palatial line of
packets, rivaling the Hudson river steam
ers, which he hsd proposed a year or two
Mr. Reynolds replied that his railroad
and mining interests in Arkansas had oc
cupied him since then and that Mr. Dickey
had also bad other enterprises sufficient
to demand all his attention. The packet
line project had therefore been allowed
to go over for the present but Mr. Rey
nolds was as firmly convinced as ever that
the scheme was practicable. The palmy
days of travel on the Mississippi, he said,
have yet to come. People travel on the
river now for pleasure and pleasure travel
is as certain to increase as the country is
certain to grow. You couldn't carry a
business man from Dubuque to St. Paul
by steamer if you were to offer hitn free
transportation. Time is an important
consideration with biiu. On the other
hand people who travel for pleasure cire
little for time but want all the elegance
antl comfort obtainable. The line of
elegant packets is bound to come in re
sponse to this demand.
l'ASTOKS AND PEOPLE.
MinlMtrrial ANMlgnmriitN far the llork
Ixland M. K. Dlxli trt for the KnnaioK
At the thirty-fifth annual session of the
Central Illinois M. E. Conference which
closed its session at Pontiac vesterday.
the following appointments were an
nounced by Bishop Merrill for tbe Kock
M. A. Head, presiding elder; Aledo,
R. A. Brown; Ailoona, W. R. Carr; At
kinson. B. F. Mattox; Eradford, A.
Bower; Buda. G. W. Peregoy; Cams
bridge, R. W. Ames; Colona, J. A. Al
ford; Galva, William Wooley; Geneaeo,
F. II. Cumming; Hampton, J. Q Adam,
Illinois City, T.C. Davis; Keithsburg. O
M, Dunlevy; Kewanee, J. W. Hanej:
Lafayette, P. S. Garretson; Milan and
Ninth Street, Rock Island, M. M. Crtight;
Moliae, First church, M. A. Stocking;
Moline, Second church, to be supplied:
Neponset. D. McLeish; New Boston. I
Willctt Puller; New Windsor and Viols,
John Scott; Orion and O3CO, J. W. Mc
Cord; Pink Prairie. E W. Thompson;
Port Byron, J N.Faucett;Pre Eruption, J.
Wilkinson; Rsynolds, J. A Rison;R)ck
Island. First church. O. W. Gue; Rock
River. G L. Reed; Sheffield. G. M. Web
ber; Taylor Ridge, John Gimsoo; Tikil
wa. Charles T. Cady; Victoria, P. Warn
er; Woodhull. B E. Kaufman; Zion and
Mnnson, C F. Middleton; A R Morgan.
chaplain Illinois state penitentiary.
Want Jlirphy to Come Here.
A number of citizens, including sev
eral of the pastors of the city, met last
evening in the lecture room of the Bap
tist church to take into consideration the
matter of securing Francis Murphy to
hold a series of gospel temperance meet-'
ings in this city some time in October or
the beginning of November. It is un
derstood that he is to be in Davenport
next month, and it is proposed to have
him come here immediately after he
closes his meetings there. The meeting
was organized by electing Mr. W. B.
Pettit chairman, and Rev. H. C. Mar
shall secretary. After a full discussion
of the subiect. in which all expressed
themselves as heartily in favor of the
movement, it was decided to hold another
meeting at the same place next Monday
evening, when it is expected that plans
will be proposed and definite action
The jury in the case of Alf. Eyans, con
victed for arson, and found insane, re
turned a final verdict into court this
morning complying with Judge Smith's
instructions and substituting the word
'find" for "believe" as to the defendant
being insane, and tbe verdict was so ac
The case against John Treglon, of Coal
Valley, for assault to murder was then
called before a jury composed of II. Boll-
man, F. C. Coss, John Ohlweiler, D A.
Malarkey. Henry Conrad, John L Noah,
Alonzo Dunbar. James Edgington. J. A.
Scarle, Fred Brockman, William Beau
mont and C. L Remley. The case is ex
pected to go tojthe jury this afternoon.
Aug. Nelson plead guilty to larceny
yesterday afternoon and was sentenced to
ten days in jail and assessed a fine of $5
A I'lltle HrhmeThat Called.
Among the little schemes concocted by
the republican bosses to take advantage
of the public enthusiasm Saturday night
and attempt to make votes tor Gest, was
one that failed distressingly. In fact all
the unprincipled little plots of Jo. Haas
and city associates failed of,tlieir purpose,
but the way in which this atttempt in par
ticular was resented will not soon be for
gotten by those who bad it in hand. A
transparency, "All Honor to Gest," had
been painted and before the procession
startetHt was banded to the workingmcn
on one of the floats and they were told to
carry it; but they' refused point blank
Though they were some of them republi
cans, they declined to consider politics on
such an occasion and in this all honor
was due them. They had too great a
sense of the eternal fitness of things to
be made cats paws for Gest or anyone
The Davenport fair and exposition
opened today, and tonight and tomorrow
the city will be thronged with strangers.
The hotels and boarding bouses are al
ready being pressed for accommodations.
Tonight occurs the river carnival which
will be the most gorgeous affair ever seen
on western waters.
The Rock Island county nine failed to
put in an appearance for the contest for
the banner this morning and tbe Scott
county boys will hold it until next year.
Rock Island county will get the right
kind of amne together by next year and
place it in hands that will make it a winner.
HERE IS THE TEST.
BoBaethlBC That Slay Hhow bp the
Lien Told In Mr. Cieat'a Bfhalf.
To permit "4 Rock Island Citizen" to
reap a benefit from bis pretended discov
ery, tbe Abo us will pay him $5 for each
time he can pointoutin the Congressional
Record where Mr. Gest has made any con
tinuous remarks in the house during this
session upon any question since or before
tbe little appearance he put in upon a
section of tbe back pay bill. This is
simply to let the people know how much
truth there is in these wild statements
about Mr. Gest.made by badly Informed,
malicious and irresponsible scribblers.
Tbe task is an easy one if he is in the
right. If he proves himself wrong he
knows the name of which he is deserv
ing. By producing tbe evidence at this of
fl:e the "Rock Island Citizen" will be paid
the money as proposed. Let him step to
the front and save bis reputation for ve
racity, and give Gest the credit which he
The J. G. Cbapmun came down with
sixteen strings of lot'8
Tbe Pilot, Jo Long and Verne Swaia
went throueh the driw each way.
The Pauline and Emma passed down.
The stage of tbe water was 3:20 at
noon; the temperature at the bridge 69.
Pollre Polntn. -
Magistrate Wivill dismissed the assault
case of Mart vs Maucker, the plaintiff
having failed to appear.
Frank Reed was fined f'300 and costs
for assault and sent to jail in default.
Read Mrs. Greenawali's advertisement.
Mr. N. T. O Neil, of Maqamb. is in the
Mr. Daniel Mosher, of Hampton, was
in the city today.
Lock your house securely, if you go to
see the carnival tonight.
Frank Horn, of Kalamazoo, Mich , is
visiiing his son, Frank Horn, Jr.
Mayor McConocbie and Mr. Fred Hass
have returned from Chicago.
Lest Seal skin pocket case of 6urgica!
instruments. Reward for their return to
Messrs. Lipbardt. Tomer and Feastcr.a
trio of upper end democrats, paid their
respects to the Annus today.
The Milan cars will make an extra trip
at 7 o'clock this evening, and will make
another extra trip after the carnival.
The city council meets at 7 o'clock this
evening to go in a body to Davenport as
guests of the Carnival central committee.
A concert will be given at the South
Park chapel two weeks from next Friday
at which the singers from the Broadway
will take the leading parts.
Mr. S. D. Crabs, of Hamlet. Mercer
county, was in the city today. Mr. Crabs
is one of the staunch democrats, as well
as pioneer citizens of Mercer county.
The Rock Island Turner societv will
have a private opening dance next Sat
urday evening. Tickets can be had at
Turner hall and at Car9e & Ohlweiler's.
The Switchman's Mutual Aid associa
tion lodge No. 2 was to have given a
dance on Thursday night last, but on ac
count of the rain it was postponed till
Friday night of this week.
The Day of Atonement, a moBt sacred
occasion in the Hebrew church, begins at
6 o'clock this evening with services at
tbe synagogue, and will continue until 6
o'clock tomorrow evening. Tomorrow
will be given entirely to fasting and wor
Mr. T. n. Thomas, returned last even
ing from bis two weeks' visit to Nebraska
and Kansas He attended the state fairs
in both stales, and had a splendid good
time generally. Mrs. Thomas and also
Mrs Frazer will return Saturday.
The republicans are endeavoring to get
"Uncle Dick" Oglesby here to help them
out. Their cause is becoming more hope
less daily as Cable's popularity increases,
and they have resolved that tbe roost
desperate measures must be resorted to.
Mr. F. W Wilson, of Rural, brought
in a pair of as fine ears of corn today as
one would care to gaze upon. They were
plucked in his Meld, and says that half
his crop will be equal to these sam
Manager W. H. Judge donated $8
worth of coal tar and Warnock & Ralston
an $8 barrel of rosin for Saturday night's
Hennepin canal demonstration, and Dr.
C Speidel $2 worth of colored fire, all of
which escaped mention in the list of sub
scriptions published yesterday.
Tht Union speaks of "poor old Capt.
Brackett, whose weakness we would glad
ly have hidden." To a stranger this
might appear that Captain Bracken was
suffering under some menial malady or
else tbe victim of inebriation. The ex
pressions of the Eighteenth street organ
are beyond human comprehension.
Chas. Anderson, a man in the employ
of Gilpin Moore, was unloading a load of
cinders in Mr. Moore's yard this morning
when the team ran away and Mr. Ander
son was thrown from the wapon severely
spraiuing bis ankle. Dr. Plumtm-r at
tended him and does not regard the in
juries as very serious.
The Rock Island railroad will sell round
triu tickets to tbe Davenport fair for
twenty-five cents on the 23d, 24ib and
25th inst. There will be special trains
leaving the Rock Island depot at 9:10.
11:10 and 1:10, raturning shortly after 5
o'clock. The advantage in purchasing
these tickets will be readily seen.
Tbe death of Col. Baylor makes Col.
J- M. Whitremorc, commandant at tbe
Rock Island arsenal, tbe ranking officer
in the ordnance department and in direct
line of promotion to the post of
chief of ordnance on tbe retirement of
Bng.-Gen. 8. V. Benet. Lteuu-Col. A.
R. Bufflngton, of Springfield arsenal,
ranks second, and Col. D. W. Flagler
State Secretary Brown, of the Y. M. C.
A., writing under date of September 20,
says of the tew Y. M. C. A. building:
"I am much pleased with tbe new build
ing folder just received and am impressed
again with the value of your plans for
a building which contains offices instead
of stores. I do not see how tbe arrange
ment of your working rooms could well
be improved." Tbe roof trusses of the
auditorium of this building are now in
place and that portion will soon be roofed
in. This work should not lay for lack of
prompt making and equally prompt pay
ment of subscriptions.
U. 8. Hteic Al Ovrica. I
Wanbinpton.D.C, Hept S3. f
For tbe next 24 hours: Fair; slightly
Teacher: How many days are there in
the week Bobby: Well. I dunno; that
depends on Sundays, holidays, half noli
days and days when you're wrastlin' for
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook s, Davenport.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets iust 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 hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
Step in and see tbe 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 have it.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
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 Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Ru
ber's "garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in tbe week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
f50,t)00 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Kock Island.
How is it that Krell & Math are supply
ing all the largest and finest receptions
and parlies in Davenport, Rock Island
an 1 Moliae with their ice creams and
icesf The question is easily solved.
They make the best and purest an1 have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
C , B. 4 0.. Carnival Tram.
On account of the Davenport Ei posi
tion and the River Carvinal at Rock Isl
and and Davenport, the C, B. & Q will
run a special train leaving Rock Island at
10:30 p. m. Tuesday. Heptember 23, to
accommodate all persons between Rock
Island and Denrock- Rite of & fare and
a third has been made for this occasion.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A.
Tbe declining powers of old age may
be wonderfully recuperated t-nd sus
tained jby the daily use of Hood's Sarsap
arilla. After all. the only way to pre fit by the
experience of others and avoid tneir trou-
oles is to die young.
Call and see the band-carved "ed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Firstclass tailors wanted,
nonunion. F.C. Hoppe.
Chicago. Spt. a.
On th- loai-'l if tradu to-day quotr. inn wera
affoiion--: W'hrtit S'o. 2 Sept cm '. opened
9TUji-, ,-i.,sod !W.,r; rVceruber. o(ie- i JLti,
c)iff I : 1.112; May. oinel tl.K-H. closed
jl.'Kj. Cor:: N i. 2 Septembtr, "Ortied 48c.
clOMsi : IVloiier. opn..l -c, clot!
ts'4 -: May. .i ;ie.l & ; i los i .W t,-. Oats
No. Z ft-;. KMiitn-r. fi.ii".l so. c! fed :-Hc;
(riiilKT. fiH-ne I Sl'4; !. J .it ; May.
':'! 1 If, rliisc-rl 41 V. Port. -October,
oix-iicl $".", c l we t .Tanuar'-, open-d
il.i., .xwvi J11.7 ; May, opntl jU.STV,.
fli-wd ; 1 lj,ni iji-tulwr. opined J
Live st m k The f.illnwuij were the quota
tions tit i lit- I'ninn stock yairl-. Hof Market
op ned slow nnd w.-ak: (.hipjers th principal
butr: iirii i-s Ktjl.V lower: lisl.t (rrailea,
H' I s . roiuh pa; ki.;n. f.'.SV.j.l.O'i; mixed
lot-. ; .'. U.iii; heavy pacliinu an i shipping
lot. tl.t."4 t.
Irlure: l.ntt. r -F:?iry se;mrat r, 2122-;
line cat tier.-. I i-n-a'ti, pi r 1 filio to good iml
tatimis. I ! 14 :: dairies, finest f.-e.s.i. 15 j.l?o;
No; 1 lining, W.'ite; fre.-h parki-i Mocan,
T'-yrr.u--. Kif- FrettU candled. Ions off, 12
I7tfcC p.r doz. Live p.mljry C'Uiokeus, hens,
9c per lb; spring chicken. Vtl c per lb;
lots. 9jpic per lb; duck.
B'c per ll: spring ducks. t'o per
III; (teese. t'i lk.,Vio p r doz. Potatoes New
Jersey rose. 2."i t:i(M. fl.oi.tl.2J per bu: Wis
consin, "0((.7"ic p-jr bu; chol.;e, SKlc per bu;
Sweet potatoes, liallimorn, il 7.'Xfr2. U per brl;
Jersey, $:i.ti) :i.:r per hrl. Apples-Illinois
green, cooking, $ :.tj t'.'.Vl per brl; eating,
New York. Sept. 82.
Wheat -No. 2 red wititur cash, (l-"4t4l
l.l; do tfctob-r, U.ft-'i; do December,
tl-'WU Corn -No. 2 mixed nftl4FA6o caab;
do ictober. rVi's ; ilo November, 5.W$c. Oata
Quiet and Meady: No. 2 mixed cash. 445f
44V; do Oi to er, 44M,c; do November, 4414c.
Kye- Nominal. Barley mult -Nominal, l'ork
-lull; fnnitly me-w. tll.SOijl2.2V. Lard
Vuiet; October, ; 6.47 asked.
Livestock: Cattle-Market steady for all
grades at former prices; poorest to best uatlvea,
Fl.l.V-ft.l; p Mi u s; Texans and Colorado,
fcl.KHVIK4- bulls and dry cows, f l.Kl.ftl.
Shccpand Utiiilis-sliecpstea ly; lambs weak
at a reduction of ). V If; idiecp, fl.OifiVi.ao y
lim IN: html.. . 7.2Y, Ho Mark.rt dull
live liar-. ii ,."i.-s p ma tt.a.
Hay Upland prairie fapttV 50
Hay TtmoltiY f8 OOS .!
nay w 11a, J 10.00.
Oats ST Ct 90
Ooal Soft lie
Oord Wood$.1 5 fc4.C0
No. 11110. 1H12 and 1614, Third Ave.,
la the cheapen place in the conn ty to bny cr
rtagea, Bngg-iea, Paints, Oils, etc.
Top Bntrgiea ..
w Rtma 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 annaally, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURJT,
Attoknky at Law
Rooms S and 4 V atonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
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.
Tlock Island. Illinois.
Have the largsst establishmnnt West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED XTKBER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. REYNOLDS, Preg. f C. DBNKHASN, Vice-Pres. J. M. BUFORD. Can a Ier.
P. L. Kitchell, K P. Remold?, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnbsnen. C. P. Ljnde,
J. J. Reimera, L. Simon. E. W. Hnnt, J. M. Bnford.
Jaraaoa A HcasT, Solicitors. t
t"W'ill beein bnslnees July 8, 1890, and will ocenpy banking room with Mitchell & Lynda
until new bank i completed.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Including all the LATEST STYLES.
Ladies are invited to call and
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
Wa thank you sincerely for your put farora, and here pledge yon onr bet effort in tbe
fntare. Oar dealing! (hall be characterised by promptneaa and the atrlcteat integrity to
onr mintoal intereeta.
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 nd Gentlemen.
IdgrTanned Goods in all colors.
As Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 (riven away to each customer baying $25 00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how yotreu get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE ST0BI1
939 "fifth Avenue.
In a large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and roll length
FAWN FLANNELS, suitable for
BUCKLES, large assortment-
and stacks of Goods that we want yon
to see but can't mention this time-
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT