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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890.
Unloading Sale this Week.
Special tor Monday 3-4 full size NAPKINS bleached, all Linen,
" 4 97 cents a dozen.
1712. 17U. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
H,s lifi n created among the Indies since
the receipt of those elegmt work and
Kr9p bHsketa. They are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
mw tbis season. Call and mike 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 Hoctsk.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TvOIIN &d 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 all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney. Long and Stomach trouble, is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
25c a Bottle Samples free.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
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.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Druggist, Bock Island.
A GOKGKOUS SPECTACLE.
Tlie carnival of Boata en the Klvrr
Laac Xlgbt Let Korlt Inland Jola
The carnival of boats, the second event
of the kind given uader" the auspices of
the Davenport boat and canoe clubs last
evening, was a spectacle the equal of
which has not bee 3 witnessed before on
western waters. Rock Island people ad
mired the gorgeoui spectacle and appre
ciated its brilliancy no less than they did
the spirit of enterprise and progress that
prompted it. Roct Island indeed wit
nessed a more beautiful sight than did
Davenport, for its people 8aw a beautiful
illuminated city on tbo opposite side of
the river. The Rock Island bridge
through the skill and effort of Davis &
Co., also presented an attractive sight
with the graceful distribution of various
colored arc lights and lanterns.
The carnival itself was a poem in mag
nificence and grandeur. The beautifully
illuminated boats as they floated down
the majestic stream presented a scene thai
was bewildering in its appearance and
effect. A Moat stationed in the middle of
the river sent up n pyrotechuic display
under the direction of Capt..O'Donnell, of
Chicago, a firewor is expert, and the vari
ous ornamental pieces, such as Neptune
and Vulcan, the words "Welcome" and
above all "Hennepin" aroused the greatest
enthusiasm. Davenport did herself proud
and none rejoices more in the success
which so richly crowned her public spirit
than do the peoplr. of Rock Island.
After the event last evening there was
a general desire expressed in Davenport
that Rock Island be invited to join in
next year's carnival, and make even a
grander success. Rock Island will co
operate most willingly and gladly in such
a plan. With both cities illuminated as
Davenport was last night, the grand old
Father of Waters would be set on fire in
earnest. Rock Island has Droflted bv
Davenport's entei prise in this respect,and
another year should join in the expense
S3 well as glory of such an occasion. The
final success of the Hennepin canal has
linked the two cities which have grown
up as children together, in stronger
bonds than ever. Their interests are
mutual and identical, and in all their eN
forts for advancement there should be a
hearty united effort.
Today the firs; annual Davenport fair
and exposition is in full blast. Yester
day's races were well attended and well
enjoyed. Today a large number of peo
ple have gone over to enjoy the various
attractions, whir h are all first class, and
worthy of handsome patronage.
I'redlrtloaiM It sardine Mr. alett
Klertion anil Mr.Urm'K IlrrVat.
Throughout the state comes tile cheer
ing intelligence that the democrats ev
erywhere have reason to rejoice. This is
largely accounted for by the fact that the
farmers at last have awakened in a body
to their own interests, and have begun to
study the questi m for themselves. The
republican orat irs can no longer pour
into their ears the miserable sophistry of
bygone days. They will no longer be
led to their own destruction, at least
without a strong opposition.
Recently the democratic state central
committee met in Chicago and there the
field and prospects were discussed with
the result above mentioned..
Chairman Phelps, who resides at Mon
mouth, said to it Mrning JWim reporter:
"The situation in ourdistricl, especially
as to congressmen, could not be more
hopeful. Congressman Gest has voted
with the republican monopolists on every
question. He has bjon against the in
terests of his farmer constituents."
"Will this defection amount to enough
to elect Cable? "
"I think it will easily do so."
"Will these dissatisfied farmers simnlv
vote for Cable against Gest, or will they
vote tbe entire democratic ticket?"
"They are inclined to vote the whole
ticket. They don't like the republican
national policy, and for that reason they
will vote most earnestly against the con
gressional nondnee. Hut, being dissatis
fled with the national policy, they will
vote against the entire ticket. It's the
republican policy they don't like."
Mr. I'helps bhiiI that the democrats
would make n strong fight, as usual, in
the Twentyst ventli senatorial district.
composed of Warren and McDonongh
counties, and he believed that they would
be able to win.
Ileal li of T. I'. HafTerty.
The remaitis of T. P. Rafferty, who
died at Kansas City Monday morning,
were brought to the city this morning.
Death result d from lung trouble and
heart disease. He was born Nov. 13, 1654,
and leaves a widow and two children.
His mother, t rother and four sisters are
living. The deceased was agent at White
hall, on the C , li & Q for ten years. The
past, four years he has been connected
with the Hannibal & St. Joe at Kansas
City. The funeral will take place from
bis mother's residence, 1307 Fourth ave
nue, at 9 o'cl ick tomorrow morning, with
services at St. Joseph's church. He
was a memlx r of the A. O. U. W. Two
of his fellow Workmen accompanied the
remains to this city. The deceased was
also recorder of Railroad lodge, No. 418,
of the Uuite 1 Workmen.
At Trinity Episcopal church tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock the marriage of Mr
Arthur Heu-tleyand Miss Grace Elizabeth
Crampton, daughter of Mr. R. Crampton.
of this city, will take place. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, offlc ating. A reception will be
given at the home of the bride. 527 Nine
teenlh street, at 8:30 in the evening, to
tbe friends of both parties. After
the wedding trip the home of the new
couple will he at River Forest, one of the
suburbs of Chicago, Mr. Heurlley is as
sistant cashier of the Northern Trust com'
pany, of Cldcago.
On account of the smallness of the
church, and to avoid overcrowding, it is
desirable tliat only those who have ob.
lained cards of invitation shall be pres
Bed Hen, Attention!
The regular council fire of O'Saukee
will be kin lied on tbe sleep 'of Thursday,
Sept. 25th. F. E. Nye, Sr. Bag.
D. Laffbb, C. of R.
HE HAS BRAINS.
An Arrnltrct lTp la Anu Explaining:
Hia Mental Ability.
Architect Schureman has the war paint
on, and should be given both sides of the
street. When he is aroused it is no or
dinary thing. He is an J2'.na in trouble,
only smaller. When be speaks the peo
pie listen. When he growls it is terrific,
When he begins to tear things he is a
bad man, and something has to give. He
recks - not consequences, but . boldly
plunges in, and woe to the man that
crosses his path! He has no more use for
argument than he has for grammar. Ho
casts them aside, and stands fairly
planted on the mountain of his own ira
agination, like an Ajax defying the light
He has written a letter to the Union,
and be admits being in trouble from the
start. He wants to reply to the Argus,
hut doesn't seem to know bow to do it.
Not because his grammar is bad, but be
cause the editor didn't sign his name to
what he had written. The gentleman
imagines himself in France where that
practice is usunl, and pVrhaps he is en
deavoring to have it adopted here. It
only requires his advocacy.
Mr. Schureman has brains. He says
he has. although he manages to kvep the
fact carefully concealed from the people.
That is modesty. Brains and modesty
are two excellent things, and they were
never more beautifully blended than in
the specimen under discussion.
It is a pity tbe gentleman's brains and
genius would not permit hitn to be con
fined by the rules of syntax and orthog
raphy, otherwise he might be more easily
understood. For instance, when he
speaks of "the courtsies of parliamen
tary or legislative bodies." Are legisla
tive bodies not parliamentary in their
conduct, and are not parliamentary bodies
legislative? More light, Mr. Schureman.
He says if the local member was not for
the bill all the powers above could hardly
pass it. Of course, as the man who
makes that statement, in reference to Mr.
Gest and the Hgnnepin canal, spent two
weeks in Washington It would seem like
audacity to contradict him. Were it not
for this it would be doce directly, but we
could not take the chances and imperil
ourselves bv getting into an argument
with a man who had spent half a month
in the capital city and perhaps under the
care of Mr. Gest himself, who, he says.
is so fortunate as to be in good company.
A f Kail and Winter Htork of lry
4ootlH, Xotlonn and Millinery.
The largest and most complete stock of
dry goods, notions and millinery in the
state of Iowa, can now be seen at August
Steffen's, Davenport. In silks their new
lines are simplv unapproachable, their
stock consisting of black and colored
faille francaise, surah black china, black
peau-desoie, black artnure and other
grades. In dress goods they have the
grandest assortment ever seen west of
Chicago. Flannels men's, children's
and ladies' underwear in large assort
ment. Cloaks and jackets in fur and
plunh, the latest styles, and at prices sure
to please. Blankets enough for every
body in the tri-cities, and at remarkably
low prices. Hosiery, gloves and mittens,
trimmings, laces, handkerchiefs, buttons.
jewelry, etc.. at bottom prices. When
you are making this store a visit be sure
and take a look at their millinery depart
ment which is now complete, containing
all the latest novelties. In this depart
ment they are offering as a special drive
ihe "Nelly Bly" caps for only 25 cents.
Don t forget the place, corner Second
and Harrison streets.
Hillsdale. Sept. 24.
Miss Robinson, of Wisconsin, is visit
ing with the family of G. W. McMurphy.
J. r . Mill has nearly recovered from
his injuries which be received three weeks
George Hansen has purchased the
Lampherc house, and will occupy it
about Oct. 1st.
Quite a concourse of our people went
down to Rock Island yesterday to witness
the river carnival.
C. D. Gordon was making the acquain
tance of the people in and about this berg
A large number of horses are down
with distemper, which has almost reached
an epidemic in this vicinity.
J no. Crantz has nearly completed his
new blacksmith shop which will he larger
than the one he formerly occupied.
I earsall Bros, were buving horses
here Saturday for eastern shipment. We
are informed they made several pur
chases. The hunters are on the warpath at
this season again, after prairie chickens.
which seem to be quite plentiful tbis
The Inverness."Belle Mac, B. Hersbey,
Pittsburg, Tenbrock and Pilot, with two
barges, came up.
The stage of the water was 8:90 at
noon; the temperature at bridge 60.
Capt. John Streckfua, the owner and
commander of the packet Verne Swain,
has just provided the mast head of hia
boat with a splended new electric head
light of the most improved pattern. The
captain belieyes in keeping his boat up
with tbe times in all respects.
Take advantage of the cheap excursions
offered by the Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific railway, to points in Kansas, Ne
braska. Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Ter
ritory, Texas, New Mexico, Wyoming,
Utah, Idaho, Minnesota, Northwestern
Iowa, South and North Dakota, Montana
and Colorado, at the low rate of one fare
for tbe round trip. Tickets for these ex
cursions will be sold on Tuesdays, Sept.
9 and 23. and Oct. 14, 1890. They are
first-class and good 30 days for return
If you want to see the country, or sc
cure a home in the Great West, don't ne
gleet this opportunity. Be sure that your
tickets read via tbe U., K. I. & F. Ky..
which has its own lines to principal points
in many of the above named states.
For rates and full particulars address
W. I. Cheever, Pass. Agt., Central Dis
trict. Peoria. 111., or Jno. Sebistian, G.T
& P. Agt.. Chicago, III.
Three Harvest Excursions.
Tbe Burlington Route, C. B. & Q. R,
R., will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14, harvest excursion tickets
at half rales to points in the farming re
gions of the west, southwest and north'
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C, B. & Q ticket agent, or
address P. o. Jbustis, Uen 1. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111.
Mr. Wm. Parks, of Edgington. was in
the city today.
Wm. Parks, of Edglngton, was in the
Dr. W. R. Freek, of Cordova, was in
the city today. ..
Mr. Chas. Murphy, of Coal Valley, Was
in tbe city today. "
First-class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Tbe case of McCarthy vs. the Street
Railway company is still on trial.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, of Wil
ton, are visiting the Cable family.
Robert Cousens. of Tipton. Iowa, is
visitiDg bis mend, Mr. M. G. Mills.
Messrs A. C. Dart and D. B. Sears
leave tonight to visit tbeir farm in Min
nesota. Judge Smith made an order this after
noon to commit Evans to the insane asy
luni at Elgin.
Albert L. Larson and Miss Ella Isaac
son, both of Galva, were married by Jus
tice Hawes last evening.
F. C. Hoppe the tailor, requests all
members of tbe "suit club" to make their
remittance before Saturday.
Boston store will be closed Thursday
afternoon that the employes may have
an opportunity to attend the fair.
Mr. W. T. Swain, of Tiskilwa. was in
the city last bight the guest of his friend
and fellow postal clerk, J. B. Lidders.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hoilister and W.
F. Garnett and wife, of Port Byron, are
at the Rck Island house. They are tak
ing in the Davenport fair.
Tbe funeral of the late Wm. Harrison
took place from bis late borne this after
noon, under charge of Undertaker Whee-
lin. The remains were buried at C hip
At a meeting of the library board on
Tuesday night, some improvements re
garding lights were ordered and an ar
rangement entered into for a winter's
supply of coal.
Mr. J. O. Gwynn, assistant signal offi
cer, Davenport, says that about a month
ago the oitice began issuing charts of the
weather, which will be published daily
Mr. Adam Lieberkoect. proprietor and
editor of the Geneseo Republic and re
cently appointed United States consul to
Tampico, Mexico, was in the city today
and made the Argus a fraternal call.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holdorf arrived
from Germany yesterday morning, and
last evening Bleuer's band gave tbe old
couple a welcome serenade. Their trip
abroad has improved their health greatly,
as all tbeir friends will be glad to learn.
Mr. E. I. Leveen, of the Liverpool &
London Clothing Company, has leased
the Steel homestead on Eighteenth street
and Will take possession about the first of
tbe month, when Mr. M. G. Mills, the
present occupant, will move into his new
ly purchased home in South Rock Island.
Hon. R. II. Ilinman, of Cambridge,
democratic candidate for state senator,
and J. T. Piatt, also of Henry county,
were in the city today. Mr. Piatt is an
ex -member of tbe legislature and he pre
dicts that his friend will have a vote in
Henry county that will surprise both par
ties particularly tbe few republicans
who have an idea that Bucolic Bill is go
ing to get there.
The "Arcade" cigar store, No. 1808
Second avenue, has changed hands, Mr.
F. W. Winter, for the past year a sales
man in McCabe Bros.' dry goods bouse,
being tbe purchaser. Mr. Bundschuh,
tbe former owner, having made arrauge
ments to go into the wholesale business
of dealing in groceries, sundries, and
manufacture of cigars at Davenport, was
obliged to dispose of bis retail store here.
Mr. Winter possesses the requirements
necessary to make a successful business
man. He is having the place nicely deco
rated with new paper and paint and will
adorn the walls with elegant pictures. He
will also have a billiard and pool table
where tbe young men can indulge in that
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
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. Get your bonbonnier boxes filled at
Krcli & Math's. They have all the latest
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Ouv-
Step in and see the nice fresh line of
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
Lost Seal skin pocket case of surgical
instruments. Reward for their return to
These cool evenings are just the times to
appreciate a good dish of ice cream, and
Krell it Math always have it.
The Crown dining hall, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the beat 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.
The Rock Island Turner society will
have a private opening dance next Sat
urday evening. Tickets can be had at
T'.iruer hall and at Carse & Ohlweiler'a.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu-
bcrs garden on Moline 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 f 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
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 tbe rain it was postponed till
Friday night of this week.
How is it that Krell & Math are supply
ing all the largest and finest receptions
and parties in Davenport, Rock Island
and Moline with their ice creams and
ices? The question is easily solved.
They make the best and purest an1 have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
Tbe Rock Island railroad will sell round
trip tickets to the Davenport fair for
twenty-five cents on the 23d, 24th and
25th inst. There will be special trains
leaving the Kock 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.
A. O. U. W.
A. O. U. W. Hall. I
- Boca Island. Sept. 4. f
Bequest: All brothers of tbe A. O.U
W. lodges who can possibly do eo are
requested to assemble at their hall tomor
row morning at 9 o'clock, sharp, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of our
brother and late fellow citizen, T. P Raf
ferty, from Kansas City. By order of
Master Wobkxab. Noble No 1,
Island City. No. 4,
Germ ania. No. 6. ' .
Black Hawk, No. 81.
Economy: "100 doses one dollar."
Ment: "peculiar to Itself." w
Purity: Hood's Sanap&rilla..
Millie la To Be Congratulated.
Sax -Francisco, Cal.. Sept. 24. Samuel
Uoltlbere was shot ami fatally wounded
Monday niirht by Millie Panhorst, axed
23 years The-girl was engaged to Gold-
uerg. ipe latter told Millie that his fam
ily and religion prevented hia marriage to
ner in me regular way, but that ha would
marry her by contract. When she ref nsed.
ue mreaienea to kill both the girl and
himself, and it is believed these threats
incited her to shoot him.
Denounced O'Jlrien'a Arret.
CINCINNATI. Sept. 24 The "Counril of
Seveu" of the American branch of the
Irish 2tationul league is in session here.
Arrangements are to be made for the re
ception of Messrs. O'Brien and Dillon.
Presideut Fitzgerald Iwing of the opinion
that tbe aire-. I af tbesd gentlemen will
not prevent their proposed American
tour. K-sol ut ions were adopted yeater
day deuouncing the arrest of O'Urien
A;i I low, of Chicago, Head.
ClIICAOo, Sept. 24 Asa DjW. the veter
an board of trade inau, died at his resi
dence, 511 West Adams street, last night.
He celebrated his I57tli liirtlul MIT luu. J . i ..
da.", and to the many wishes for many
nappy reinru-t ot tua uay lie replied that
lue ceii iiraiion was the last ha should
ever see. He was burn in llookititnn V.
H., in 1M3.
The IrUlt l.aiillrd Mun ;.,.
Dl BI.IN, Sept.'-.M Mr. Timothy Ilealv.
speaking at a league meeting in Dublin
last night, said that if any tenants sub
mitted lo the demands t,t the landlords
they were traitors to their fellow country
men. He promised that he and his col
leagues would continue the struggle for
me extinction of landlordism in Ireland.
Hull l.--tro Miehieau Crop.
liAD-Ax, Mich., Sept. U4. Reports of a
storm in Huron county have just come
to hand. Hail fell to the depth of eight
inches, and literally, wiped awav the
crops. The damagu Is estimated at $30d,
1KKJ. Many of the fanner are in a desti
Minister I'll rip- Arrive Home.
New Yoi:k. Sept. 24 The Hon. Will-
lam Walter Phelps, United States minis
ter to (ierui.'iiir, arrived oti the steamer
hi be ye.-iierd.iV. Pi.'dp-. Ins relumed for
-i vacation w Inch willcateud until after
Correspondent O'ltrieo As-rested Again.
MoNTiiE v!.. Se;it. 21. TtiK prosecution
n the case of Ci:Tesp hi lent O B ierj has
abandoned the prw:o,is charge and has
had ' linen arrested on a new and more
-peciii t one.
Tnere Were No i:-trthqn ike Shock.
..rviilA. . C. Sep:. 24.-R-ports sent
rrom here : hnt e:irt!.nu:iue shocks were
felt Here yesterday m irain are un
founded nothei- Arrest lu Ireland.
DCBUN. S-:r. -J Pat rick. O'llrieu, M
'.. ill 1)-. r-,..r-l
'MM' 1. S,.!,t. 21
:! t!ie hojird of Ira I ' to-iljtv fn,ktnrt,.n
a- follotv-: W liiat No. sl,I'..!ii :er. nn..1
4e, closed Ifi .-; December, ;eiie 1 Jl..il-,
i-losed ll.i'i'.,: AUiv. niienel l.rri: rrauri
-l.'a Corn No. 2 September. on.-n..1 isi.
loseil 47"v : tk'fitlM.r. f.rM.n-. I Al.'.. ..1
ISc; May. oH-ned Ho'-, clos rsii!.' tats
o. M-.itemtier. om-nci . SVc. cI(mi : su-
OctolxT. oiwncd ami do e.l May!
oiiened and clo-etl 41'. .e. I'.., 1 Ii k. ...i ' '
ojicned a-id el wd x.-.-t .lanuar;.-, ope-i.fi
til.TT'-. closed f U.fiTLi: May. opened iu-.irt
cl,ed t-l-'.l.".. ljird October, oiened So 171
Live SI M'k Tile fotlou-iri.. trnp.
tions at the I'nion stock yards. Hsr Market
upi-ned active; Kood lots firm: common lots
easy; prices .V higher: liirlit uradt-s, $4.(ij
4 H'i: rotlirh ti;L,-kir, sv: si., 4 (Y-.- , ....
... . v - ' ' -uiiacu 1UUS,
$4.'i-"U.ii'.; heavy paekinj an 1 eliippta lots.
l'nwluce: Rut t.T - Pjimv nnorn- "i - -n .
tine gatlierod cream. lilS;; fine to tfood imi
tations, l-tCdl.-; dairies, finest fres i, ISHTp
No; 1 ,li,m--s. : t.iur, fresb packing stocks
i.'.SUw'. Kiirs Kret, n.1lA.l ln V9 , a
- 1 ' " ,11.. ,TJ ijl
ITSiCp rdoz. Live p..tiltry-C'liickens, bens,
9c I-r lb; spring chickens, 8,4,1 leper lo;
lots. MiiJIfc ner lb: tltir-k. 11
tkc per l': ;rio? ducks. a nor
lb: ceese. S iHI."r5.V n -r H, !..,. ,v
Jersey r,e. yi.7.Vi:UM. Sl.iM.S) per ba: Wis
consin. 70'7IC tvr bic choiro OIL. n 1
. - . - J Ml.
Sweet potatoes. Baltimore. jl.7i fl perbrl-
Ati.t.U-l-. .. . . .... .'
per on. Apples Illinois
green, cookim.-, $ .HI-.'.W per brl: eating.
New Yokk, Sopt. 21.
lH-nf m.1 u intur Mas. 1 ,
l.isiu,; ,io ivtob-r, 1.KI; do rtecemher,
$1.1.7. Corn-No. niixel 17c .....
do Cto!l'r. ft!-'? .Ill IWitinha, r.-tt..
-. - - s - ,n,ie
I 'nil: No. 2 mix.si t.i,sb. 4.r,(4iic: do Ssep-
cfHiorr, ; no iK toier, 4-V. Kvc Nominal.
Kariei mall N 'ini ,h! lwlr-Hull- f... ti
mes. ill..ii,ii2;,. lard -ytiiet; ' October.
Livestock: PHttle -Mrt.-..t tn,l,. l.n
.. .... .-.. ... ,rl UU
trading in beeves; drvs-iil b.s-f, firm; nttive
sides. f.H.1734.' B' ft.. Sheep and lambs-Trading
very dull ami s'o-, quotations lower;
sheep, $4.l..--VSn r III) lambs, $ 0 ,?.7. 121.
Hogs Market dnli and lvver. live hou-st4J
S-Vai V Mi P's.
Hay Upland prelrte.Sanna.VM
Bat T1m.nn JS ObjJS S.5U.
Hay Wiln, SlO.fri.
One I soft lie
Cord WoodJ.1 5' tftf4.ro.
Call and see the hsnd-carueii hod mnm
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
No. hiin. ltil-J and 1S14, Third Ave.,
Is the cheapest plare in the ronnty to tiny Car
riages. BiigKivs, Taints, Oils, etc.
Top Rnreie X7 AO
Ojven Bugjiius 40 IHf
ni as ci AT.
is emu 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 eeroi annaallv, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms 3 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SaMay, Aug. 3090.
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, rey
COTTON FLANNELS, beginning
at 5 cents a yard.
"Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
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 CNDEB THE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sitnrday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
S. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. ? C. DESKMASS. Viee-Pree. 1. M. BCFORD, Can tier.
P. L. Mitchell. K P. Reynold. P. C. Denkmann. John Crobane'i. C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Reimera. L. Simon. E. W. Huret. J. M. Bnford.
jACKeon A Hubst, Solicitors.
tWWill beein bntne Jaly 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
until new bank ii completed.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
JUST RECEVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Including all the
Ladies are invited to call and
Prices Always the Lowest.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon sincerely for your pat f arore, and here pledge you onr beet effort la the
fntare. Onr dealings shall be characterized by promptness and the strictest Integrity to
onr mutual interest.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1313 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.
ITTanned Goods in all colore.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8.00 Riven away to each customer buving $25 00
worth of Boots and 8b.oe. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL BHOE STORE, 1818 Second A venae.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
3939 Fifth ATensf .
ARE ARRIVING. "
In a large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and full length
FAWN FLANNELS, suitable for
BUCKLES, large assortment-
and stacks of Goods that we want you
to see but, can't mention this time-
O. O. HUCKSTAEDT