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THE BOCK' IGLtAND ABGUB, 0 ATUBDA Y, BEPTEHBER 527, lBCO.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
ir, Tin ani
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And Houait Furnishing Goods.
"Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
f!i la-en rrfstfd among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegant work and
rjp rmiketa. They are of Indian man
afictiire. and as the product is very
limitt'l it is doubtful if we will have any
more tbia season. Call and mke your
jelecti'ins or what you want maj be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
TA k Unow replete with Noreltie. Call and compare oar stock and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
12 1 and 127 Wost Third Street. Opd. Masonic Tempi. DAVENPORT.
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WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 31-4 Twentieth St.,
And Pontoffiee Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER EieIniT arentti tar the following ei lanret Wall Paper
f i.: HirKi- Sou. Jnewy (., Robert 8. HobtM oo., Nerin & liavtlanit, Xe
York W Har ci and Robert Uraven A Co.
SKK"l'h sPKClALS-Whicbtncladee all tn Art papers. Price from 10 to 80 per cent
below other dealers.
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 all Lung trouble.
Try IT. " 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles, la
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
25c a Battle Samples free.
Sheet Iron Wort
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 85c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
Druggist, Bock Island.
MAJ. MACKENZIE'S SHARE.
The Upper Mississippi's Portion of
the River anl Harbor Bill.
Aai ABDranrlatleai mt asttaVOOO ta 1
Kxpeaaea Hetweea HlDaeapolia ana
ate Ie Melaee Sapide.
In the river and t arbor bill which the
president endorsed i. week ago the stipu
lation in which for a balf million for the
Hennepin canal Rock Island celebrated a
week ago tonieht, there is an appropria
tion of $522,000 for work on the upper
Mississippi between Minneapolis and the
Des Moines rapids, the jurisdiction of
Maj. Alex. Mackens ie, of this city. The
amount is independent of the $40,000 for
the Keokuk canal a id $25,000 for snag
ging, both of which amounts are pro
vided each year uiKn the basis of the
major's estimates without regard to the
appropriations provided for in the river
and harbor bill. Tlie total appropriated
In the bill this year is not as much as has
been usually allotted to the upper Missis
sippi it is considerably less than we bad
in the last bill, but the major says he is
satisfied be has to be. but he didn't sav
Those portions of the amount appro
priated to this district to be expended by
Removing sand bars and other obatrac-
trnctioua in me eat channel opposite
Prairie do Chien Sa0.nno
Dredginc, etc., between Chicago, 8t. Paul,
aiinneapoita k I'm at a railroad bridge at
bt Paul and the Wan ugun avenue rail
road bridge. Minnea mll'ti KO.OflO
In removing the bar at Port Byron r.ott
At Rurlinglou 6,l
At Montrose 2,ooo
mpruviug ioe Mtaaiailppi Mar at Des
napiaa canal x,UUO
The Burlington Qasette says; i
It would seem t aat Keokuk is taking
care of a considerable portion of the gov
ernment appropriation for the improve
ment of the Mississippi river. ..This mat
ter is not referred to in the wsy of an al
lusion at all, but as a mere statement
of fact. Of the appropriation for next
year's work probably f 22.000 will be ex
pended upon the T'es Moines rapids canal
at Keokuk. The wails at the middle lock
iil be raised three feet, similar to the
m pro Yemen t madt at the lower lock dur
ing the past sumn er. One of the most
important improvements to be made will
be the construction of a handsome and
substantial brick machine shop at the
lower lock. The building will be thirty
feet wide, sixty ftet in length, and will
be two stories higli, and will take the
place pf the temporary wooden structures
that have done set-vice for the past eight
years. On the upper floor will be stored
the thousands of dollars worth of patterns
which are now kept in sheds and are lia
ble to destruction bv fire almost any day.
These patterns arc for all the parts of the
canal machinery, as well as for the
dredges, drill boats, steamboats and steam
launches, which tire continually needing
repair. The mac bine shops at the Keo
kuk lock have become headquarters for
the repairing of the fleet of more than
20 barges and te a or twelve steamboats.
launches, drill boats, dredges, etc., em
ployed on this set lion of the river im
provement. In a year no mean sum is
pent in these st ops for material and
RIVI R RIP LETS.
The packet Mary Morton passed up.
The Robert Dodds brought down
twelve strings of logs.
The F. C. A. Den k man n came down
with sixteen strirgs of logs.
The Verne 8wuin and Jo Long paused
through the draw going each way.
The stage of the water was 2:70 at
noon; the tempeature on the bridge S3
The J. K. Orates, Louisville and B E.
Lineban wbiallfd lor the draw going
Wm. Schmid'; and Edward Dowling
were each fined 3 and costs by Magis
trate Wivill last evening for intoxication.
Schmidt paid b it Dowling went to jail
to serve it oat.
Frank Kittelinan was arrt-sted by Offi
cer Kramer laxt evening for using abu
sive language to Jo Zimmerman, both
men being employee at the lower saw
mill. Magistrate Wivill imposed a floe
on Kittelman of $3 and costs, t
A quintette of gentlemen came over
from Davenport with a four in hand last
evening and vere going through some
manoeuvera ou Second avenue wbich Offl
eer Met ter did not like and be arrested
them. This morning they gave their
names as Fred Johnson. Geo. Herrine,
John Monday, Geo. Edmunds ami John
Smith, and eaclt was fined $3 and costs
for disorderly conduct.
I HI Car et Away.
The Moline republican tells how an
electric street cir motorneer in Moline let
his car get away from him. The trolley
got off the wire and without thinking to
turn off the current he went around to re
arrange matters He grasped the rope
and in a jiffy had the trolley wheel back
in place. The moment the trolley struck
the wire the circuit was closed, and the
current got in Us deadly work. The car
leaped forward like a thing alive, and was
off down the t ack at the rate of a mile a
minute more o f less. 'Whoa, yelled the
driver on the impulse of the moment.
Then "not a minute stopped or staid he,"
but away he went after his car. He
showed himse' f to be a great sprinter,
too, for the ctr didn't gain on bim much.
The car and its pursuer disappeared
around the comer and as they came back
together on tl e next trip it is supposed
that the driver caught up to it attain I
25 E tate of Maria Findall. Proof of
notice or final settlement oieu ana bp
proved; report of distribution and re
. . . . at.J
ceiol of distturaemenis uiea ana ap
proved: estaH Closed, anu auruinisirawjr
Insanity of Sophia JUeyer. ueanng;
verdict insaoe and a pauper; ordered
Anmmiited to Northern insane hospital.
and that she be confined in county jau
pending her itdsaisfaion to the Hospital
ucknsed to wed.
2.--Arthur Heurtlev. Chicago. Grace
Elizabeth Cramp ton. Rock Island.
97 Kasper Traenkenschuh, Catherine
Heibeck. Rock Island; Sherman nosner,
Alma Bnffuri, Andalusia.
t ria Loose Attaatioa,
All memo rs of Trio lodge No. 57. A
F. & A. 11.. are requested to meet at
Masonic tea pie at 1:30 p. m. Sunday to
attend thertineral of our late brother, F
C. Eyans. I tembers of Rock Island lodge
and all Manns aoiourning in the city,
are respectf illy invited to be present. By
order W. M. W. tf. rxmr, Dec.
Mr. S. A. Lynde. of Chicago, is in the
city for Sunday sojourn.
Lidiea, go to Lloyd & Stewart's and
buy yourself a fur cape
Those Nellie Bly caps are going like
not cakes at Lloyd A Stewart a,
Mr. Fred Geise. cousin of Mr. B, Win
ter. is In the city for a few days.
Buy your fall bats at Lloyd & Blew
art's. All the latest styles now in.
Ciemann & Salt man n today shipped
some of their fancy chairs to St. Louis.
Elegant new side and dining room ta
bles, the latest style at Ciemann & Salz
The largest assortment of furniture and
carpets can be seen at Ciemann & 8a)r
mann's. This is the time of year for ladies to
wear fur capes. Lloyd & Stewart's have
a fine selection.
The Rock- Island plow boys will giye
their first annual ball at Armory ball,
Saturday evening, Oct. 4.
On weekly installments you can bny
anything and everything at the World's
Fair, 1614 Second avenue.
Mr. C. B. Marshall, of Cordova, demo
cratic candidate for county superintend'!
ent of schools, was in the city today.
Rev.R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity
church, took his choir out to the tower
and slide for their annual picnic today.
Ciemann & Salzmann have shipped
within the last few days a Turkish parlor
suit to Davenport and one to Dubuque,
V-t. J. M. Buford yesterday sold a lot
to John Roehr in Gen. Rodman addi
tion for $600. Mr. Roehr will erect a
dwelling on his new lot early in the
Conductors Ed Terry and Bob Frazer
returned this morning from Hot Springs,
Art, were they have been recuperating
for the past month. Both have gained
in health and flesh-
lots 21 and 23, block 2. Soiitn J
tion to Rock Island. $250
J J Reimers. trustee, to Fleury Bel
lot 21. block 2. South Park addition
Rock Island, $1
T U 1.- I - "
Conductor Ed. Teller, of the C. B. &
Q . Is very ill at his home on Seventh
aveuue. A few days ago while going out
on his regular St. Louis run, he was
seized with two violent hemorrhages
and was obliged to return to the city, and
has not been able to leave his home since.
The sixth annual ball of the Switch
men's Mutual Aid association was held
at Armory hall last evening, and proved
a very pleasant affair. Sixty couples
were present, Bleuer's orchestra furnished
music, and supper was served by Mrs.
Herkert In Turner hall.
In the circuit court yesterday after
noon an injunction was grauted by Judge
Smith to the Moline Central electric
railway restraining the highway commis
sioners of South Moline from bringing
any more suits against the compa
ny until the present proceedings in court
are disposed of.
Jacob Korb, a well known farmer liv
ing near Watertown, died at midnight of
a complication of troubles. He was born
in Germany Feb. 26, 1839, and came to
this county in 1857. He leaves a wife,
three sons and an adopted daughter. The
funeral will be held Monday afternoon.
Rev. Mennicke, of this city, officiating.
Chas. Motz, the barber on Second ave
nue near Fifteenth street, has decided
not to use the shears or clipper hereafter
wben wanting his hirsute adornment re
duced. He will hereafter submit the
undertaking to a little image of himself
that baa just arrived and does not take
up much room as yet, either.
A number of Rock Island clothing
merchants are engineering a movement
for Sunday closing and it wUI be success
ful if their Davenport contemporaries
will join with them. A few ysars ago
such a plan was inaugurated and all the
Rock Island stores closed, but the Dav
enport merchants refusiag to cooperate
it proved a failure.
A corrcapoddent signing himself "Sec
ond avenue merchant and subscriber to
the Argus." has written the A rocs an
excellent communication on the needs of
a reliable system of fire protection and
this paper would be glad to publish it in
full if it had the name of the writer not
for publication, but simply for its own
use and satisfaction. If the correspon
dent will send bis name bis article will
be published. TlieARua does not pub
lish anonymous communications unless it
knows the author-
The remains of the late F. C. Evans
will arrive from Brooklyn, Iowa, tomor
row morning at 7:35 and will be met at
the Rock Island depot by an escort from
Everts Commandery Knights Templar,
ana conducted to masonic 1 empie where
they will repose until 2:30 tomorrow
when the services will be conducted by
the commnndery. Rev. K. F. Sweet, pre
late, ntliciating. St. Simon of Cyrene
Commandery, of Davenport, will partici
pate as will the masonic fraternity, and
all friends of the deceased arc invited to
There is a report current among the 0.,
R. I. & P. enginemen, though it has not
as yet been traced to an authentic source,
to the effect that the Rock Island is soon
to substitute for its original order run
ning the engine cmws on the Illinois di
vision through to Chicago, an order turn
ing the crews back each way at Peru as
heretofore, but running the trains and
engines through as now. This would
enable the men on this end to
continue to live here, and the Chicago
men to remain in Chicago as far as resi
dence is concerned.
Tbe Twentieth street pavement is pro
gressing slowly but thoroughly and the
contractors expect soon to bave their
facilities in shape so that they can push
the work more rapidly. They have done
well enough considering all the attending
circumstances, and the city is din posed to
be as lenient as possible realizing as it
does all the conditions under which the
work is being done. Contractor McGugin
ia now wiring the east side of the double
track of the Holmes syndicate and Mon
day the paving of tbe east side of tbe
block between Second and Third avenues
will probably begin.
Mr. W. C. Maucker has iust completed
iome substantial and attractive improve
ments about the old Taylor house on
Fourth -avenue and Sixteenth street,
which he recently purchased. The build
ing has been raised three feet three inches,
a solid foundation put in, the house
remodeled, repainted and repapered. Geo.
Sutcliffe had charge of the paperlng.Leon
Ross the painting, and Contractor Nye
the masonry. The house has thirty-five
nice rooms, a dining hall, etc., and Mr.
Maucker has put in a room for a gro
eery on tbe first floor. He proposes to
conduct the grocery and also the hotel in
tbe future, and to make both firat-ctaaa in
all particulars. Time was when tbe Tay
lor house enjoyed a reputation second to
none among tbe farmers especially
and Mr. Maucker proposes to restore it to
its former position of importance ia the
Hood's Sarsaparilla has a steadly in
creasing popularity, which can only be
won by an article of real merit. Give it
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
nites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
THEY RATHER LIKE IT.
Supporters of Taxation Say the For
eigners Always Pay the Bills.
Haw tke Pabll la Kobbe la the Hat
ter of wlaatware la Everything
Klae Tkraaa-k Trasm mm iwaabla
Commend us to an upholder of high
taxation for shutting his eyes to the
truth or making a desperate attempt to
wriggle eat f a close corner. The Union
has it that the foreigner pays all the rev
enue of this country as be is obliged to do
before be can sell bis goods in our mar
ket In plain words, the American peo
ple have nothing to pay in the way of
taxes, except here and there a trifle, but
that the European manufacturers shoul
ders all our burdens. That when the
American farmer, for instance, is obliged
to keep himself poor by paying dearly for
everything be buys and being cut down
to the smallest extent in everything be
sells, tbat.after all, this struggle for exis
tence is not real and that he is having a
splendid time if he only knew it. He ie
not allowed to be the judge of his own
The government puts the duty so high
on importations that the consumer must
pay it or go without the goods. -When
the same kind of goods is manufactured
ia this country the makers of them get
together and form a trust. They fii the
price and make it almost as high as they
like, because the government's high rate
of duty keeps out to a large extent the
foreign article. And this combination
not only fixes the price to suit them
selves, but they also arrange among them
as to the quantity of goods to be manu-
f actured. By this means the people of
this country are at their mercy. It is so
in nearly all kinds of goods, but for the
present let glass be taken as an example.
A short time ago the telegraphic dis
patches brought this piece of news from
''The western window glass manufac
tures in session here from all parts of the
country west of the Alleghanies. com
pleted their work today. The result is
that the output of all the factories this
sids of Pittsburg it to be under one con
trol. The smaller bouses were not in
dined to surrender their right to inde
pendent action without a handsome
equivalent. After two days' discussion,
however, their objections were overcome,
and the proposed agreement, with some
modifications, was accepted by the con
vention. Those in attendance at the
meeting were very secretive, but it is re
ported that the American Glass company,
recently incorporated under the Illinois
statutes, is to be the visible head of the
Associated Western Glass manufacturers
just as tbe United Glass company, of
New York, represents the combined fac
tories east of Pittsburg. Tbe object is
to regulate production and maintain
prices. The new company, it ia stated,
has a capital of $10,000,000."
Tbe fact is simple enough, is it not?
They will make as much as they please,
and ran the price up or down to suit
their fancy and their pockets. But some
one may ask, 'why don't the people bny
goods that are offered here for sale from
foreign countries and disregard this vil
lainous combination T" There is where the
beauty of tbe McKinley bill comes in for
consideration. It puts up tbe duty so
high that tbe foreign article has little
chance. Here are some of the duties:
Common window glie. .
Polii-bed wiodow gla..
Plate giant. BlxaO
-.to 13 per cent
.274 Ui 41 crul a foot
....TT to & cent a (nut
140 per cent
... to stlceuta a font
..144 per cent.
is a beauty
repay close attention.
Already manufacturers have begun
sending out circulars to dealers stating
that on account of the increase in duty by
the McKinley bill they are obliged to ad
vance prices. An advance of 30 percent
from last spring's prices has been made.
Tbe increase in some cases is made grad
ually, say 8 per cent, as the following
clipped from a circular will show:
S6rtJ from S.H 55 to tl SO
JVlilTfrom 8 05 Vj 3.SS
atcSfruin .. .26to 4.60
8r.M from 4. Hi) to
Those who read these figures must cer
tainly conclude that thsy have been finely
duped. Tbe whole world uses glass and
tbe Amei ican cc$?umcr, whether be be
farmer, mechanic, -merchant, bunker or
what not, must put hi.'' band in his pocket
and help to increase tbe already wealthy
manufacturer who is one O' a trust or
combination for the purpoae of bjoeding
bim. Can any man tell the people that
the McKinley bill is a benefit T Can any
excuse be offered why tbe people are IhU!
robbed, except to enrich these few eastern
men that they can be depended upon to
advance money to tbe bosses to be ned
in buying elections. And yet Mr. Gest
voted for the KcKinley bill with the bur
dens it will impose upon the people.
BOCK UL&RD ft FC0KI& EMI. WAT.
pas tars tor the Bonna Trip cn Ace ant of the
I'ats Tatr Special Trains
Fare to Peoria and return $2 75 on ac
count of the stale fair, Sept. 27th and
Oct. 3d. Special trains on Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday. Oct. 1st, 3J and
3d. Leave Rock Iahnd at 8:15 a. m.; re
turning leave Peoria at 6 p. m., arriving
in Rock Island at 9:35 p. m. Regular
trains leave Rock Island at 8:15 a m. and
2.20 p. m. Tickets good on all trains,
Depot foot of Twentieth street.
F. H. Rockwell, Agent.
' " Aiteatoa. Sir Kaigats!
Masonic Temple. 8ept. 27. Tou re
requested to meet at the asylum at
o'clock sharp, tomorrow (Sundav) a'ter
noon, tor the purpose of attending Uie
funeral services of the late dec
Sir Knight F. C. Evans, which w1'1 uke
place in the temple at 2:80. By rrrier
J. M. Moittoomerv, E. C.
Attest: R. C. Willertoh, R--
riant Baaaa, Take orjr
Owing to a misunderstanding to h
engagement of Armory bal) 106 meetiog
of the Flambeau club carWl 'or tonight
ban heen Boatooned until ome time next
W6ek- ,yQALT. Lt.
We find St. Palri' P to be very
extra and to give splendid satisfaction.
Thpv araViow aboMt the only kind called
for. W. A. WaCE. Oasis. lows, For
sale by Haetz a OA.Bjnx.if, nruggisu.
A Marin. YWeadi for Bearing Sv
Ottawa. Ont, Sept 27. Intelligence
has reached here frot British Columbia
that the governments of Great Britian
and the United States' have established a
modus Vivendi in respect to the Bearing
sea, which will have effect daring next
year or nntii negotiations looking to
complete settle ment of the seal fishery
aispure can oe carried to a satisfactorv
conclusion. The two governments have
agreed to a close season in Behring si
during the year 1891.
Moved Their Good. Oat of Towa.
Ashland. K. Sept. 27. Fire broke
out ia tbe dry kilns of tbe J. R. Davis
Lumber company at Phillips, seventy
nine milet south of here, at 8:33 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, and became so
threatening that Ht-aiatance was aaked
and rent from Ashland and kledford.
Many merchants moved their goods into
the country, but the fire was confined to
the dry kilns, and win got under control
at 7 o'clock. Tbe Ions is $30,000, folly cov
ered by insurance.
A Little Chicago Girl Lost.
Chicago, Sept 27. Eleven days ago-yesr-old
Antonia Benes disappeared. She
is pretty arid tier hair is long and golden.
Slie is large for her age and well devel
oped. Her parents are Bohemians and
live at Mil West Nineteenth street Her
clothing when ahe disappeared was as fol
low: Her dress of n blue and white
giogliam, laced slippers and black stock
ings. LUC'AL notices.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
First class tailors wanted; union cr
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
A handsome line of book casa and
c.b'nets just received at Holbrock'a, Dav
Get your bonbonnier boxes filled at
Krell & Math's. They bave all the latest
An elegant assortment of dining tablea,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's, Davenport-Step
in and see the nice fresh line of
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
Go to C. F. Adams' Home-Furnishing
House, Davenport, for sideboards, ta
bles, book cases, chairs, parlor suits
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
tbe 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
leavea no odor.
These cool evenings are just the times to
appreciate a good dish of ice cream, and
Krell & Math always bave it.
The finest assortment as well as the
largest, of cbenile and lace curtains.
Silk curtains at The Adams' 323 Brady
Tbe Rock Island Turner society will
have a private opening dance next Sat
urday evening. Tickets can be bad at
Turner hall and at Carse fc Ohlweiler's.
Bed Room Suits. We can save you
10 to 15 per cent on these goods and give
credit wben desired. The Adams 322
Brady street. Davenport.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
bert garden on Moline avenue. Every
oilier day in tbe week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
Look o-vcr our fall stock of carpets be
fore purchasing. We can save you
money besides showing you the latest
patterns. The Adams 322 Brady street,
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $3110 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
E. E. Parmentcr. attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, pontoffiee block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. dsAwly
How is it that Krell & Math are supply
ing an i&e largest and finest receptions
and parties in Davenport Rock Island
an I Moline with their ice creams and
ices? The' question ia enaily solved.
They make the best and purest n i have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
Hard Coal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes.
$7.25 per ton. screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
nd charcoal always on hand.
E. G. Frazer.
Remember tbe first annual ball at Ar
mory ball tonight. The tickets are but
fifty cents, thus affording all an oppor
tunity to participate in the enjoyment of
ho. lt.10, 11,12 ana 1814, Third Ave
Ie the cheapen place in tbe coonty to bny Car
riages, Baggies, I'ainu, Oils, etc.
Open bUf .e.
i mva or
$000.00 and Upwards
For se secured on land worth from
ti-ree to five times tbe amount
of tbe loan.
ir ereet t per cent aeml annually, eoUectad aa4
billed Iim of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Kooma I and 4 M -tonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Saturaai, Aug. 30, '90.
Lloyd & Stewart,
We call attention to ths 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. .
Furniture and Carpet Dealers 1
Have ths largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEiVlANN & SALZMAUU,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CKDKR THE THE STATE IVW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtorday evening, front T to fl I'ri.re.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
E. P. REYNOLDS, Free. t C. DKKKKAXN, Vlce-Pree. J. H. BCTOKO. I
P. U MItrbelU B P. Kernolda, P. C. Denkmann. John CntHti C. f. Lyaaa,
J. J. Reimera, L. Simon. E. W. Bant, i. M. Bnford,
Jaraaoa Urairr, Solicitor.
rwWlll herin bnrnee Joly 8, 18V). and will
unit! new bank I. completed.
1S0S Second Ave.
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CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy ccmpetion.
TT. tbana yon .ne.r.ly f it yoar past faxr, aud here a?adt yoa mi bast e Carta la tke
future. Ou de-linga anaH be characterized by prompuwe. and tbe strictest tntefrtty te
onr atataa aatcTMla.
KANN & KUCKSTAF.pt,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avexue.
Makes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather, We recommend it
' GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
2929 FiftS Avenue,
In a large variety of fabrics aad 4
signs suitable for Sash and roll lmtav
FAWN FLANNELS, smltftbuOfor
BUCKLES, largs assortxamt-
and sucks of Goods that w wamt ywrn
to see but can't mention this tfaaM.
eccopy banking rooat with aUacaatl AX
"We must get back in tlms for
Brown's wedding, next week.
' Yes, of course. Have yoa de
cided what we shall gre Quail?"
'Not yet; but there are
I think we can e&sQrwaStomAwm
a.J a-A S l lllllf aa m irvtuw am a
easQy salt oaxraety
there. A china store 4s always
such a good place far
O. O. HTJCKSTAIDT
Have yon seen Schneiders
Men's Calf Sheas?
If not, call and see them, aad to cos
inced that we beat all eoat-
FIT AND PSJCX,
Our Meals Shoes east to beat.
We are Leaders la
at loweat prices. ' AH ask
Is a trial
1818 Second Aveaua,
Harper Ho Block.