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$1.00 For a neat Child's Suit to fit Boys from the age of Four to Ten. There ia no need of letting your Boys go without a suit an; longer. We have just returned from Chicago, where we boujht tome bargains, and now our cus tcmers shall have the benefit of them. $2.00 Will buy a handsome Child's suit, pleated " and well made actual value $3.00. $2.50 Will buy a splendid Cassimere, made plain, and worth $3,50. $3.75 Buys an immense Child's suit, handsome ly made, excellent wearing material snd worth $5,00. $5.00 and 5.50 Will buy some beauties in Worsteds and Cassiineres, made plain and fancy, and fully $1,5() cheaper than ever. its. $3.75 For School suits that cannot be elsewhere for less than $5,00. had $50, $5,00, $6,00, $7,00 and $3,00 will buy a handsome line of Boy's and School suits, that must be seen to be ap preciated. Men's Suits. -We still have a few of our- $3.33 Suits wbieh are the biggest bargains evrr offered; also of our $5,00 Cassimere suits, there is no use going without a new suit when you can buy $7,50 suit for $500. We wish to ca your special attention to our $10.00 Drew Worsted suits, of which we have juBt received another large invoice; also, those $9i35i Blue Cloth (not flannels) suits, which re Dot only the best but the liandsomest Blue suits in the city, two sets of buttons with every suit. A grand line of $12,00, 213,60, $15,00 and $18,00 suits in Cassi meres, Worsteds and Cork Screws, perfect fit guaranteed with every suit, Padding and pressing free. - SUMMER UNDERWEAR. Gauze Shirts at 15, 25, 35 and 50 cts. French Balbriggan Underwear at 75c, worth $1,25. Jean Drawers at 40c., never sold under 50 cents. STRAW AND FELT HATS. Another big invoice just received; we have all the leading styles in Markmans, Manillas, Pearl, Brown and Black Stiff Hats. NECKWEAR. A very extensive line. Don't fail get the P. K. Tecks, 6 for 25 cents. to y Additional help has been employed for Satnrdays so that every one can be waited upon without delay. ! Mosenfelder & Kohn, - The Reliable One Price Clothiers, 1729 Second Avenue and 120 Eighteenth St., between Crampton'a Book Store and First National Bank. Botswhd IX THE TOILS IS TEXAS. Malcomb T. Weiser, Formerly ef this City, Arrested la Sm Aatoulo for PilferiBg the Malls. The following ' dispatch from San An tonio, Tex., to the St. Louis Qlobe-Dems ocrat of the 19th inst., will be of interest to many in this city: Through the efforts of Postoffice In spector Dice, M. T. Weiser, clerk in the office here, a resident of this cit j for some years and universally respected, was late this afternoon arrested for theft of letters extending over a long period, and aggre. gating a largo amount. He is charged with abstracting official funds sent the postmaster, and opening other letters Weiser is a married man, has a very hand some wife and interesting children . The arrest was effected through marked let ters. He has not yet given bond. WeK ser was formerly of New Orleans. Mr. Weiser, it will be remembered, re sided in this city twenty years ago. In fact he was born and reared here! and two of his sisters reside here still, while is mother is making her home with an other sister in Chicago. Mr. Weiser s public life began in Rock Island in 1865, when he was appointed deputy revenue collector under Major J. M. Beardsley, an office which he held until 1868. After that he was a prominent figure in the po litical field here; be was a great leader among the republicans a wire puller and a successful one. He lived off the fat of the spoils and was generally successful in getting something to do as long as the republicans were in power, but he was no more able to hold a trust than his party, and be has fallen as it did. He married a Miss Howard of Moline, and two children were born to them pre vious to his departure from Rock Island. He left here in 1873 for San Antonio, and has been connected with the mail service ne was bright and had the taN ent that would have won him honor and success, had be possessed the power of principle. A Broken Fir Flag. During the fire on Second avenue last ight the fire plug at the corner of Sec ond avenue and Seventeenth street went to pieces couldn't stand the extra press sure from the water works. Another ex ample of the incompetency of our present superintendent. The purchase of an en- lire new system of water works will In come necessary after a while if things con tinue to run as they have been conducted in the last month. Bat Ball. The Blue Caps and picked nine tussled on the Diamond field Saturday afternoon to the tune of 24 to 7 in favor of the Blue Caps. The Onwards got away with the Alder boys Saturday afternoon by a score of 20 to 15. The nine Stars defeated the Moline Qrays 12 to 0 Saturday afternoon. The game was played ne ar the old base ball park. Canoeuu. Four members of the Irawaddi canoe club, of Davenport, Commodore Smith and Messrs. Kratz, Wilkinson and Ham mett, came over to this city this morning and boarded the government steamer Gen. Barnard for the north. Several members of the Ft. Madison (Iowa) ca noe club were also on board, and after going up the river a considerable uis tance, they will all paddle down together Hospitality. Mr. B. D. Buford gave his customary picnic to his friends on Big island Saturs day afternoon, about fifty of the gentle man's friends participating in the lux uriant repast which was served from 2 to The dinner consisted of turtle soup, red snapper Jlsh, muttons and vegetables and a host of tempting delicacies. All re turned to this city full of praise of the host's hospitality. Home A(aln. The many friends of Judge and Mrs Lucian Adams will be gladdeued by the news of their safe return home from Mif flin ton, Pa. While feeling much fatigued trom the result of his journey, the judsj is in a good way to recovery, and hopes to assume the duties of the bench again soon. It took considerable energy for him to make the trip at this time, but he felt that duty demanded it. Bracing Up. Peoria has taken a virtuous turn. The mayor. Postmaster John Warner, has or dered that all bibulous places be closed on the seventh day, and the mandate is said to be generally observed. If Peoria con tinues to reform, she will be a passably decent city in a decade of years. Lou of Fish. Dr. G. L. Eyster, W. F. Ross, E. O. Frazer and W. S. Knowlton returned from their Minnesota fishing expedition this morning with all the fish they could bring home. They report an over abun dance of fish in the regions of their camp, and had an elegant time during their stay there. Enrolled. Word comes from West Point that Clement Flagler, son of Col. D. W. Flag ler, has passed his examination creditably and has been enrolled as a cadet for the four years' course. Twenty three of the appointees examined failed to pass, and returned to their homes. Bt. John's Day. Next Wednesday will be St. John's day according to the church calendar, and services appropriate to the occasion will be held in Trinity church at 9:30 in the morning. Rev. S. Crockett, of Preemp tion, will conduct the services in the ab sence of the pastor, Rev. Sweet. Baeewiful Karksman. Lothar Harms has returned from In - dianapolis, wheie he won the gold medal on the first 15 red flags for center of the center in target shooting, and a band- some bowl for success in the target of honor, and the fourteenth prize on the stitch target $17 in cash. Mr. Harms is a skilled marksman. House II am boring. . House numbers, in a variety of styles, for sale at my shop. No. 1615 Third av enue 10 8wks ' Ceas. Fiebio. WAS IT ARSON t Suspicions ClrcvmsUBfes Surrounding the Fire In Fred Erell's Res : taorsnt List Evening. At 12:30 last night an alarm was sounded in the Second ward, which brought the department to 1616 Second avenue, smoke having been discovered is suing from Fred Krell's restaurant. The fire was first noticed by Mr. Frank Bow- en, who was attracted ty tne oaor or burning timber, and going to the door of the store he found the room to be filled with smoke. An alarm was immediately sounded, and the Phoenix and Wide Awake companies were soon on hand, followed by other companies of Uie vol unteer department The fire was found to be in the rear or kitchen of the establish ment, and was working np the northwest corner. The firemen soon bad several streams on the blaze, which was extin guished in short time. The building is owned by Dr. Gregg, and the damages to him will be about $30, covered by insurance in Hayes & Cleveland's agency. Mr. Erell's loss is mainly through broken crockery, etc., and will be about 25, the property being insured in E. Lichergecht's agency. A great deal ofthe damage, Mr. Krcll says, is caused through indiscriminate use of water on the part of the firemen. The circumstance surrounding the fire point very conclusively to incendiary or igin . A hole had been" made through the brick wall from the outside directly over the place where the fire was burning when first seen. And Mr. Bowen says when he first noticed the smoke and went to the door, a man was hurrying up Sec ond avenue from Seventeenth street. Mr. Bowen addressing him, said, "there must be a Are here somewhere." "les, mere is a nre somewhere, res plied the stranger, who soon disappeared down Second avenue. Mr. Bowen did not know the man, but was impressed with his strange actions Who he is. or what was his motive in the incendiary act if he is guilty of it- nobody knows. Mr. Erell left his store at 10 o'clock and everything was all right then. Dowa Town Improvements. The march of improvement and repair has been silently going on in Rock Island for the past month. Of down town rcsi donees this is especially true, the Akuus having noticed attractive improvements on the following premises: Sewell Dodge's residence on Second avenue between Ninth and Tenth streets, addition of parlor, closet and pantry, new porch in the front of the house and the fence neatly painted. Residence of Mrs. Sarah Powers, ad joining Mr. Dodge's on the west; house and front fence nicely painted and res paired. The residences of Mrs. John Dean, Gil bert Bowen andE. E. Parmonter, in the same block, have all had new brick side walks laid in front of them. Across the street west of Mr. Par menter's house, is the residence of William Ramskill. A new roof has been provided, the house and fence nicely painted and improvements made gener ally. The residence of Mrs. Crubaugh, cor ner of Third avenue and Ninth street, has the valuable acquisition of a new kitchen besides general remodeling of the whole . . . .... - interior ot me nouse. mere is a new fence in front of the latest and most at tractive style. Ia the extreme lower end of the city Weyerhauser & Denkinan's mill build ing has been painted, also a large stable ice house and hose house. Mr. F. C. A. Denkman's private residence and office, and three of his tenement houses have received bright coalings of paint. A new sidewalk has been laid in frou of Eggleston's row on Third avenue o posite me court nouse, me porches un proved and repainted, and general re pairs made. St. Joseph's chuach, on Second avenue, has received a fine coat of paint, and other improvements are in process, which will make it one of the handsomest places of worship in the city. Too Elements. "Had a right smart of rain here in Rock Island, I guess," remarked a pas senger from Western Kansas on the train this morning. "Now, out with us we have been just dying for rain. Everything dried up like codfish in a bar'). The drouth got so bad that we were afraid we'd lose all our crops, an' so the relig ious people called a ('ay of prayer. The churches an' school houses was thrown open, an' you never seed so many relig ious people in your life. It beats all how religious a man gets when his corn crop is in danger. Wall, we met and prayed for rain . The minister prayed, the dea cons prayed, we all prayed. But the od dest thing about it was that a little girl came to the church with " an umbrella. 'What did you bring your umbrella for, sis?' some one asked her; 'do you think it's going to rain?' 'Course I do,' she re plied; 'ain't we going to pray for it, and don't the good Lord say. ask and ye shal 1 git?' The faith of that little gal touched all our hearts, I tell ye." "But did It really rain?" "No, but before we got home there came the cussedest hailstorm and tornado that ever you seed. There wasn't a stock o' anything green left in the hull coun try." Tao Fourth at Frtoport- Tbey are going to have a great time at Freeport on Independence day, which to be patriotically observed - with speeches, music by the Third Regiment band, fireworks and amusements.4 Ex- City Attorney Fred Heinz, of Davenport has been ' engaged to make an ; ad dress in English, and Gust Donald, editor of the Iowa Reform, at Davenport, will orate in German. An arrangement is be ing made to have a parade of fire compa nies in the afternoon. If a special train from Davenport can be .provided it is probable that a crowd will come np from that city. The C, M. & St. P. railroad win sell excursion tickets for the 4 th at one and a third the regular rate for one way. WESTERS WATERWAYS. Memorial to Congress from the Steam- boatmen ot the Mississippi Talley. , Other River Jiews. The following memorial to be present ed to congress next session is being cir culated up and down the Mississippi val ley, and is receiving the signatures of all steamboatmen and pilots: Gentlemen: We. your memorialists, citizens of the United States and inhabi tants of the Mississippi valley, seeing the necessity ol having our western rivers properly improved, and having watched with interest me efforts made Dy me United States army engineers to improve it, and seeing their complete failure, also recognizing the fact that the experience gained by them in relation to the navigas lion or our western rivers can oe oi no value to them nor to the country in their profession as soldiers, and furthermore believing that since the introduction of steam as a motive power to propel war vessels, it is possible for an enterprising naval officer acquainted witn me pecu llarities of river navigation to carry his vessels into the heart ot the enemy's ounlrv where there are navigable rivers and thus increase the efficiency of the navy, and that this knowledge can only be acquired by practice on the river is well known to every officer of the navy that was engaged on the river during the late war. Hence we, your memorialists, in view of the above reasons, would respectfully petition your honorable body that you take steps to have naval officers substi tuted for army engineers, as being more in accordance with the objects to be ac complished, to wit, the more efficient ed ucation of our naval officers and the bet ter improvement of the river, which they bciog educated in the sludv ot currents may naturally be supposed to belter un derstand than those whose education is purely military. We believe that the studies of both West Point and Annapo lis in Tegard to the science of engineering are the same up to a certain point, and where they diverge the one goes to purely military engineering and the othttr to the study of currents and winds, or what may properly be termed aquatic and hv- draulic engineering. Hence the im provement of our rivers should be placed under the control of the navy, as being me only otneers of the government whose professional train ing fits them for such duties, and also as a means of educating those officers in a branch of their profession that would be of inestimable benefit to me country in case of a foreign war, and particularly as such a change would incur no additional expense, and whilst doing no injury to the army would be of great service to the navy and of incalculable benefit to the country from the fact mat our young na val otlicers, having spent one or two years on the river learning and studying its peculiarities, and afterwards in the line of duty having visited foreign coun tries, will be better able to investigate the mprovements they may see, and suggest valuable ideas in relation thereto to those being placed in charge of such work at home. Hoping these suggestions may meet the approval of your honorable body, we, as citizens of the Mississippi valley, sign our names and residences. RIVER BIPLETS. The elegant packet Sidney, Capt. Best, is expected up this noon. The palatial Pittsburg, Capt. Killecn, will be down tomorrow. The river is rising fast, in consequence of heavy rains above here. The Josephine took an excursion of 150 from Rock Island and Davenport to Clin ton yesterday. She left here at 9:40 and was back again at 8 o'clock in the even icg. The return trip from Clinton to this city was made in the fastest time on record, the forty miles being made in two hours and forty minutes. The Jo sephine will bring an excursion from Clinton to this city next Sunday. The government steamer, Gen. Bar nard, Capt. Durham, was at the levee on her way north this morning. She is en gaged at present in clearing the rive channel of snags and other impediments to navigation. She is accompanied by the government light house boat Louise It is said that the democrats of Galena would be willing to see Capt. Girdon re tain his office under this administration to which he was appointed during Liu coin's second administration. There are others, however, who believe the captain has had his share of office holding aud should be willing to give some one else chance. The first pilot on the upper Mississippi was Paul Bissett. The first boat sunk on the lower rapids was the Mechanic, 1827, from which circumstance the boul der lying on the Iowa shore between Mon trose and Nashville was named. She was raised and peoceeded on to Nashville and landed where the present lock pit where she laid through the winter and sank strain, when she was wrecked. The first steamboat built at Jeffersonville.Ind was the United States, in 1819; sole own er, Edmund Forstall, of New Orleans master, Samuel Hart; measurement, 656. 82-95 tons. She was floated to New Orleans, where Bhe received her engine which was built in England. According to old papers, Mr. Vauduzen, of New York, was the master ship carpenter and builder. He brought out from New York fifty ship carpenters and mechanics to the work. It will be remembered that a rumor gained currency several weeks ago that U. S. Inspector of Boilers Scott had been displaced from office, and a gentleman in Galena named Whetmore appointed in his place. The report of his removal was premature and unfounded as is shown by a recent and reliable telegram sent from St. Panltto the St, Louis Republican The telegram says: "The report in the Globe Democrat that United States In spector of Boilers Scott was to be re moved and ZMr. Whetmore put in his place, ia without foundation. Mr. Hayes says he will retain John Scott. Messrs Hayes and Scott both are here, and leave for Bismarck tomorrow to inspect the Linehan Ferry company steamers at that point. Mr. Bart E. Linehan is here to day, and sent to Bismarck two crews, to take wheat. Jas. Boland, who has been mate on the Sidney all the spring, has been promoted to a captaincy, and goes with Mr. Linehan to take charge of the steamer North Pacific." E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co s Policies carefully written at current rates. Agency established 1874.- Office over Sock Island National Bank. Logan and Blaine will meet at the na tional encampment of the G. A. R Portland, Me. '" Brief, j Louis May went up the river on a bus iness trip this morning. Dr. McCandless, dentist, corner Third avenue and Twentieth street. tf Oliver Olsen, Esq., went to Uockford mis morning on legal business. Advertise in the half-cent-asword-col- iimn of the Argus. It will pay you. Thomas Watson a prominent citizen of Rural, is spending the day in the city. Dr. J. W. 8tark, Dentist, 1722 Second avenue. mvr. Mrs. J. S. Stanloa. wife ot the genial conductor on the "Q.," is quite ill. Nixie Yeargin, Esq., of Oakland, III., is in the city on a brief visit. Get your awnings, tents, wagon cov ers, etc., of G. H. Young, 117 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. apll5dlf A good bugtry horse for sale. Enquire at 1103 Fourth avenue. Rock Island, tf Mrs. Perrett, wife of Conductor Per-. rett, of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, spent Sunday in the city. James Glazier, of St. Louis, is the guest of the family of August llerkert, in this city. Mr. L. S. McCabe will return from business trip to Chicago and Ottawa this evening. Benj. Whitsitt, the well known live stock dealer from Preemption, Mercer county, was in thecity today on business. Irresistable bargains in desirable, sea sonable, fashionable and washable dress fabrics, at McCabe Bros, this week. The board of education meets . this evening at 7:30 for the purpose of consid ering the propositions for heating the high school building. F. J. Von Ach, of -this city, who has been in the auction business at Orion Cable and New Windsor, was in town to day. Irving Burgh, formerly of this city, now bill clerk in W. J. Young & Company's lumber office at Clinton, Iowa, came down on the excursion yesterday and greeted his many old friends. One case Scotch double width, fine quality dress ginghams, only 8 cts. a yard at McCabe Bros. Have been sold all sea son at 12 cts. W. H. Pierce has returned from his northern trip. During bis stay he visited Madison, Wis., and was much pleased with the city and country, as he was with his entire trip. The best bargain of all, one case Pa cific lawns, handsome new patterns (the finest domestic lawn made) at the extraor dinary low price of 10 cents a yard, cons sidered awful cheap at 12 cents; only 10 cents at McCabe Bros, this week. A special train of five coaches came in from Clinton on the "Q." road yesterday containing abcut 150 excursionists who put in the day in the city and on the gov ernmenl island. Supt. Kemble has received the blank schedules for his annual report to the bureau of education. A number of ques tions are to be answered, and these replies are to be used in compiling the annual report of the commissioner of education Here's a bargain for yon, latest and choicest novelties in ladies' white Swiss embroidered dress robes at $3, worth $8 at $6, worth $9; at McCabe Bros, this week. Hon. John N. Rogers, State's Attorney M. V. Gannon and City Attorney L. M Fisher, of Davenport, came over to this city this morning and went up to Clinton, Iowa, where an important case is to be tried today entitled "The trustees of Griswold College vs city of Davenport. What the Feople and Fre Say. The portrait and biographical album of De Kalb county, III., lately issued, met with a royal reception by the citizens of that com.ty. Says Hon. Henry Wood ex-member of the legislature from that county: I have quite thoroughly examined the portrait aud biographical album of De Kalh county, as to its mechanical, bistor ical, biographical aud pictorial character and correctness, and can sav, truthfully that it far exceeds my expectations, and that you liave not only done all you promised your subscribers, but. have given them a larger, mure complete and exhaus live woik ttian joii promised. The press aud people nf the comity all eak of it hi the highest terms. I ne same company are now preparing a similar volume for Rock Island county a"id are meeting with good success. They aim at accuracy in every point, and issue handsome and valuable work, as the previous volumes published bear witness Bnnawav- ' One of Huber'a horses became unman agable this morning whilo coming down from the brewery on Elm street, and when near Moline avenue the wagon up set, violently throwiug the driver to th ground and cutting several very severe gashes on his head, and scattering keg full of buerin all directions. Round trip excursion tickets to St Paul, Minneapolis, Lake Miunetonka, Spirit Lake and all other northern sum mer resorts, will be on sale at the C, R. 1. & F. Moline avenue passenger station during the summer. Rates to above points same as all other lines. C..C. KNELL r - r A" Mi M.flv--&MiiE in kU tfTB Wholesale nwt OOO V o ou CRRRR UR R UR R UR R URRBR ft R R UR R r v rr v 9 K r o o ou ou ou ou ou ou o o o o LLLLL OOO UUU K UR K And the lowest prices in the city. CTOHIT STRECKPUS scpt-3-eodly RASMUSSEN'S CARD. In calling attention to the fact that we have refitted and redecorated our Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly the handsom est in this vicinity. We also wish to call attention to our display f (jlle Photographic, work, all recently produced and containing many novel and pleasing positions and effects of light and shadow, varying in i;Ze fronl a miniature up to 10x20 inches. We have been assured by old ami compe tent critics that it is by far the finest display ever made in this city. (ur artistic success is largely due to the fact that we make a greater ill, in to excel than to undersell, and we bring to our aid such experience us ran be gathered from 17 years of continuous service (having begun our I'lmto graphic career as a mere boy in 1867, since which time we have not lost sir months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enables us to appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence our operat ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone wall, bal ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fences, boat, rocks, pond containing water lillies, stairways, screens, and a variety of back-grounds, posing chairs. table statues, vases, or what the Chicago Photo-Bureau says, is uB equalled in any gallery in this vicinity, but VVc plainly say (and it ig R matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in this contains one-half of tue amount of our instruments; we don't boast that they were bought in a rem nant sale and used by predecessors for 25 years. On the contrary, our instruments are of the latest improved makes, contaniing among others the Voigtlaender Euryscope and Dallmeyer Instantaneous Lenses. The.sk two Cki.ebratbd Lenses cannot be found in anv Gali.khy in tuis city mi ours. A pleased patron is the best advertisement and we strive to secure the advertisement by the excellence of our wgrk. In order to better secure satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four nega tives, diflcrent positions, and all of these proofs are shown, and should any improvements suggest themselves, resittitigs will gladly lie made free of charge. Gallery corner 18th street and Snd avenue, Rock Island, mar-fl-dwly L. LOWENSTEIN, -Manufacturer CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We manufacture all our own Clothing thus saving a wholesale dealer's profit of which the customer gets the benefit. A large and fine stock of the 3est pitting Qoods in the (ity, at prices defying every and all competition. (JafDon't fail to call and examine our stock. No. 1628 Second Avenue, Directly opposite the Rock Island House. J. E. GOLDSMITn, Manager. Money must certainly be lost by manufacturers of Cotton Goods. Mclntire & Co., by advantageous purchase of Lawns are enabled to offer CO pieces at 3J CENTS PER YARD. Styles the latest. This is less than cost of manufacture. Re member the date, TUESDAY, JURE 10. MGINTIRE & CO., E. H. COLLINS, Well's Fire and Water Proof Paint and Wood PBESEBVBB. tRt pairing and Painting of Old Shingle Koofr a piuci.ity. k Residence eor. 5th Ave., and 20Ui St., HOCK ISI.AN'K, U.l jiineltf-dlm -FOR DELICIOUS ICE CREAM, GO TO BIBKBITFIBLD'S 11 OIK! K.EK OOORKR KKE A MM 110 v K 11 0 KK 1IO CK J f l' l 0 tf A A?J0 HRR KK A A M II UUO KK.K B" " " " ' UtXJ K KKKRA A M On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth and Twenty-first St., Recently reStted, refnniiBbed and now the ttueol Parlors veA of Chicago. 1J.-...1- lJ'ind I'' Oealer in Books, Stationery. Cigars. Toy of every description, etc. l.ucrv j. . SCHAFER HOUSE, (LATE OCCIDENTAL,) Maeket Square, - - ROCK ISLAND, ILLS. Trent. ient Rates, Day Board I . Board ana Lodging, - - - - tyTbe Bar is stocked with the choicest Wines, THE "VERANDA," FRED APPELQUIST, - Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, BAST SIDE OF MARKET SQUARE, Rock Island, e-18-dly RICHARD F. WITT, Licentiate in pharmacy, SUCCESSOR TO F. M. WHEATON, DEALER IN PTJBB 3D IR, IT C3- S . And Toilet Preparations, Corner 2nd Ave., and 17th Stfc r-18tf Dealer in FFFFL F L omun u i iu wi twu Ul tuv IB U TO null t'RRRR K8 UR R UR R CRRRR F F FF F r F K l R .P R R LIXI.L UMK UUU R )U 11 and Dealer in- TUESDAY, JUNE 10, Mclntire & Co.. will place in their counters a new line of line printed Lawns and Sattewis, exact productions of French styles, comprising the hand somest styles made. Also a new line of printed Organdies in the latest effects. The above sale begins TUESDAY MORNING, June ICtli. -USES- MMX A PII A KKH I. K liKK utJUaiUjI 7 ui II UK K MM MJ)I'P1 A A KKK I. V "Si K m m T nan l . .. , w - u M M' V A AR R1.I.IL Ol n - $1 l '"' v 4 !' I"'' " " - - - LiqnoiK aud OiK.irs.