The Daily Argus.
SATURDAY. AUG., 15, 1885.
Mr. Will Dart and Miss Margaret Dart
entertained about five couple of their
young friends at a social tea at their
home on Seventh avenue last evening. It
was a happy affair.
Old Settlen' Picnic
The executive committtee of the Old
Settlers' society of Rock Island county,
met last evening and decided to hold the
annual picnic at Black Hawk's watch
tower, Friday, Sept. 4. It will be a bas
ket picnic and all old settlers of this and
adjoining counties are invited to attend.
Hew Milk Wagon.
GHockhof, the milkman, is out with a
brand new wafrou manufactured at Wall
& Ill's carriatre works. Tho inside is
lined with zinc, and a supply of ice keeps
the milk cool. The milk is carried in gals
Ion cans, and Instead of carrying a bell
and making an infernal racket, the milk
is delivered at the kitchen, much to the
satisfaction of the hired girl.
Mrs- Or. Keck
Tbe Annus lakes pleasure in calling
attention in this evening's issue to tbe
large double column advertisement of
Mrs. Dr. Keck, who has been so long and
favorably known in this vicinity, having
been located here for fifteen years in her
own beautiful mansion, corner Sixth and
Brady streets, Davenport, where the af
flicted are always welcome, and the many
testimonials of our own citizens of the
wonderful cures performed is the strong
est possible evidence that the doctor can
be relied upon in every case. We would
advise the afflicted to call upon Mrs. Dr
Keck and convince themselves that what
she advertises is fulfilled iu every case-.
Tub Vumng Bicyclists.
The Peoria bicyclists will arrive in the
city at 5 o'clock this afternoon, and will
be met at the Twentieth street depot by
the wheelman of the three cities. Befor
proceeding to Moline the following run
will be made ver this city: From Twe
tieth street west ou Second avenue to
Eleventh street; south to Sixth avenue,
east to Twelfth street, south to Ninth
avenue, east to Fourteenth and a hair
street, north to Seveut.u avenue; east tc
Eighteenth street, north to Second ave
nue; east diagonally through Union
square to Third avenue to Twentieth
street; south to Moline avenue; est to
Robbins avenue; south to seventh avenn
and east to Moline.
The officers ot the bicycle club are:
General manager II. G. R use, Peo
Commander C. W. Freemnn. Peoria
Lieutenants C. H. Downing, Peoris
T. C. Higbie, Canton, Til.
Quartermaster A. W. Koch. Peoria.
Secretary C. F. Vail, Peoria.
Color bearer Chits. Hansel, Sprint
Frond of Tneir Company.
The citizens of Davenport are greatly
elated over the success of Company B iu
winning second prize in the military drill
at the encampment of the Second Iowa
regiment at Centcrville. The first prize
was won by the Muscatine company and
tbe third by the Burlington . This even
ini; a fitting reception will be tendered
Company B at the depot in Davenport
on their return home. The boys are ex
pected to arrive on the 9:20 passenger
train and will he received bv a band of
music and Garfield division, Uniform
Rank, Knights of Pythias. This is the
way the citizens of Davenport treat thei
military company. How much more pro
ficient would our military boys be if pub'
lie sentiment was with them, as it should
Cub, Car and Caboose
Passenger travel was very light on all
the tiains this morning.
Fireman Holmes, of the C, R. I. & P.
road, will recover from his injuries re
ceived last Sunday without the loss of his
eyesight. He expects to go on duty again
in a short time.
James Campbell has taken charge of
Tom Fuller's train on the C.,M. & St. P.,
and Pat Joyce is running the way freight
between here and Freeport.
'Quite a number of cabooses have ac
cumulated in the C, R. I. & P. yards,
and Yardmaster Raines has a few minutes
to himself each day, in which to chew the
cud of reflection.
Conductor James Campbell, who
brought in the night express from Mil
waukee, says it was so cold on the road
last night that it was necessary to start
the fires in the coaches. Get out your
Mr. Johnson, traveling agent of the
Cairo short line, and Mr. John W. Scott,
general western agent of the Nashville,
Chattanooga & St. Louis railway, were in
the city today on business. They are two
of the jolliest railway men that inhabit
this terrestrial globe, and also chuck full
Conductor Hitchcock, of the Rock Isl
and & Peoria, is filling his lungs with
fresh air on tbe bluff at the new residence
of his father-in-law, Mr. T. E. Gray. lie
came up here from Peoria with his pock
et filled with mediciae, but has thrown
the "physic to the dogs" and is giving
nature full sway. lie is now on the high
road to recovery.
Capt. Tom Fuller and ubout a dozen
other kindred spirits of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul road, are paudering
to pleasure in the vicinity of Green Bay,
Wis. Fuller used his persuasive influ
ence with the officials for the privilege of
using a freight car for the trip, and the
request was granted. The car has been
fitted up with a range for cooking pur
poses, and twelve bunks. George Willis,
the epicure of this city, accompanies the
party to prepare sivory dishes and to look
to the general comfortof the niuirods. An
Akuus representative was compelled to
decline an invitation to be one of tbe
party, but gave Capt. Fuller complete
authority to act as correspondent.
TO BE HEBE TOJIIGHT.
The Soldiers' Home Commission Will
Arrive in the City at 6 p. m. To
daySunday to be Spent In
At 8 o'clock this morning the following
telegram dated Freeport, August 14, came
to the address of Mr. Ben Harper, chairs
man of the local committee on the selec
tion of suitable sites for the Soldiers' and
The Soldiers' home commission will
reach your city at 5 p. m. tomorrow.
In tbe absence of Mr. Harper from the
city, his private secretary, Mr. Willerton,
sent the dispatch to Hon. II. C. Cleave
land, who notified the Test of the com
mittee as speedily as possible. Although
the news of the arrival of the commission
this evening was something of a surprise
to the committee here, yet the members
are prepared for the distinguished visit-.
ors. To the end however, that nothing
may be left undone in the entertainment
of the city's guests, a meeting of the
Business Men's association was held at
the office of the Mississippi Valley Mutual
Insurance company at 8 o'clock this af
ternoon, when arrangements were made
for the reception of the visitors. There
were present Commander Bowman and
Comrades Hawes.Connelly.Harson Plums
mer, Reticker and Beardsley of the post
committee, and Messrs. Stoddard, Dav
enport, Olseu and Peetz from the citi-
zen's committee, together with several
other public spirited citizens.
How long the commission will remain
in Rock Island is not known. They will
be here over Sunday and Monday too, if
they can be induced to remain. Accord
ing to the present programme, the gov
ernment island and other points ot inters
est will be visited tomorrow, and the sites
chosen for the location of the home
will not be shown until Monday
morning. The names of the party
are: Col. Win. W. Berry, Adams county
Gen. Martin R M. Wallace, Cook; Capt.
H. M. Hall, Richland; Frederick O,
White, Kane; Col. Monroe Crawford,
Uuion; Col. Henry T. Noble, Lee; and
Francis Bryant, Piat. Col Berry is chair
man of the commission, Capt. Hall, sec
retary, and Pliocion Howard, of Danville
The commission were at Freeport yesi
terday.aud visited Savannah and Cordova.
today. They are coming from Freepoi
to this city by special train. Hon. H. C-
Cleavelaml went up to Cordova to meet
the de'egation at noon.
A Cirem Collision-
At 3 o'clock yesterday morning the sec
ond section of Forepiiugh's Circus train
ran into the rear end of tbe first section
which was standing on the track at Eddys
ville, Iowa, about sixteen miles from Ol-
tumwa. Dr. Peck, chief surgeon of the
Rock Islaud railway, left at 2 o'clock yet
terday afternoon on a special train for
the scene of the accident to render surs
gical aid. The following is a correct list
of the wounded with the nature of tlieir
Joe Copps, no home; slight contusion
on tbe chest.
Louis Hotter, of St. Louis, contusion
on right arm.
Frank Boyd, of Philadelphia, bruises on
left arm and thigh.
Frank Holland, of Detroit, Mich., col
lar bone broken.
Frank Baker, of New York, contusion
August Schmidt, of Belleville, 111., con
fusion on chest.
Michael Welsh, of Philadelphia, bruise
on right side of bead.
Louis Leganders, of Three Rivers.Can
ada, bruise on left leg.
Sidney Joessin, of Brooklyn, N. Y., se
vcre bruise on hand.
Alf Peters, slight cut on scalp.
W. Smith, slight cut on band.
R. Connelly, slight cut on ankle.
Telegrams received by the railway
management state the wounds are slight
and that none are thought to be danger
ous by the surgeons. All the wounded
mentioned above, with the exception of
four or five, arrived in Davenport at an
early hour this morning on a special train
and were removed to Mercy hospital for
treatment. The men injured occupied the
last sleeper on the first section, and are
all laborers. One sleeping car was par
tially demolished and the damages to the
engine will amount to between $300 and
$400. None of the animals were in
Said a well known passenger conductor
on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
road this morning, "it's a wonder there
are not more accidents to circus trains
than there are. The cars are hardly ever
repaired, 'and many of the brakes are
taken off in order to load heavy cages
and wagons. The railroad companies
should compel the showmen to keep their
cars in first class condition, as a precau-
tiod for safety and expense to all parties
Tbe elegant Sidney is expected down
The flying War Eagle passed up today.
The Maggie Reaney, which for two
years has been a pleasure packet, is now
engaged in the rafting business. She
went north this morning.
The F. C. A . Denkman returned from
the north this morning with its cargo of
logs and beauty. The young ladies speak
in glowing terms of their trip and the
hospitality of Capt. Whistler. The Denk
man is the pleasure yacht of the rafters,
and withal a trim craft.
Mr. U. S. Ruby, who was injured at
Buffalo by an accident with a coal wagon
last Tuesday, is getting along as nicely as
can be expected. His left side is badly
bruised but no bones are broke o, and no
serious outcome is anticipated.
(Jet your awnings, tents, wagon cov
ers, etc., of G. H. Young, 117 Main St.
-Uaveaport, lows. apllodti
He Continues His Bounds an Remem
bers all he Hears What the reo
ple are Talking Abont.
'Hear anything new about the plow
works?" said a citizen.
"No;" said the pilgrim. "Is there any
thing new down there?"
Oh, nothing particular, only Mr. tiil-
more is using the knife pretty freely. I
think he intends to run the concern on
an economical basis. He has begun
"Do vou think there will be any more
'Well, yes; there will be nobody kept
who is not needed. Gilmore you know,
is a hard worker himself. He gets down
to work at 7 o'clock in the morning, and
puts in twelve to fourteen hours a day,
and all he wants is for hist employes to
do the same."
"There is something buck of this new
embankment of the Chicago, Burlington
& Quincy road around the Chicago, Rin k
Island & Pacific round house," said a well
posted and old time resident. "The road
is not expending $50,0011 there for the
simple purpose of straightening ils ap
proach to this city. Don't you believe it.
There is another oliject in view."
"What do you mean?" queried the pil
'I'll tell you," said the citizen, imt.linj
on an air of importance, "and mark my
words for the truth of the-staleiueiil, too
Before five years the Chicago, Burlington
& Quincy will be running across a bridge
here into Iowa. That's what the figuring
is for. Slow and quiet, but sure you
know. This great road niiisi gel across
the river here, and that's what it intends
to do. and if I am not right I'll buy you
a new hat."
"Yes sah," said a colored passenger on
an east bound train this inoining. "! ar
gue dat a black man can git 'long jut' us
er whit man if he'll only work mikI 'tend
to business. Now, dere's me and my
ife. We live iu Inyunnapolis, an' make
money an save it, too, ebry yeah, ho
years ago we started up in business, an'
by close 'tention we've built it up so's we
now run it day an' night, say. an' we's
doin' right, well.''
"What is your business, uncle, said the
"Laundry business, salt . My wife she
takes iu washin' in de daytime, an
"An' I I takes in w-ishin' iliimi' de
"When I was a boy," said a sport. "1
ran a foot race on a lerriMy hot August
day. I had to run an extra li- al, tint Hint
over heated me, and they got two smart
doctors. I felt I was growing weaker "
"And what did the doctors do?"
"Blowed in my ears, lapped me on Hie
back of my head until the perspiration
started, and in a short time I perspired
and was ail o. k ."
"Fiuish the heat?"
Dr. Ure, of Monmouth, will preach at
the United Presbyterian church, at 10 -15
a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
At Trinity church tomorrow there will
be services at 7 and 10:45 a. in., and 7.;!0
p. m. Rev. It. F. Sweet, pastor.
There will be no preaching in the Cen
tral Presbyterian church, the pastor lieini
absent. Sunday school at 9;30 a. ni
loung peoples meeting at ti:4. p. m a
"The Fruit of the Spirit: Temperance'
(10:45 a. m.) and "Eureka" (7 p. m.) will
be the subjects of the ltcv. I. W. Read,
pastor, in the First Baptist church. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m.. .1. W. Welch,
The Rev. A.Harper, 1). 1)., of Port
Byron, will preach in the Broadway
Presbyterian church at 10:45 a. m., and
7:45 p. m. Sunday school at 9:10 a. m.
Dr. J. W. Stewart, superintendent
Young people's meeting at 7:15 p. m.
"Christ Head Over all Things to the
Church," 10:45 a. m., and "Elijah on
Carmel," 7:45 p. m , will be the subjects
of the Rev. R. G. Pearce, D. D., pastor,
in the First Methodist Episcopal church.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m., E. W. Spens
cer, superintendent. Young people's
meeting at 7 p. m.
Missionary festival at the Twentieth
street Lutheran church . The Kev. Mr
Heinemann, of Geneseo, will preach at 10
a. m.. and the Rev. Mr. Loeschcn, of
Hickory Grove, will preach at 2:30 p. m
There will be no evening service. The
congregations ot the Rev. Messrs. Heine
mann and Loeschen will be here to attend
The subject at the young men's meet
ing in the Y. M. C. A. rooms, at 4 p. m ,
will be: "What Doth the Lord Require
ofTuee?" Mr. R. W. Salisbury will
lead the meeting.
The Alvm Hull Failure.
In the county court yesterday, William
Jackson, assignee of the estate of Alvin
Hull, who failed last May, filed his report
of the amount of liabilities, which is $1
000- The proceeds of the sale of the
stock in Sheriff Reticker's hands is $5,
000, while the remainder of the assets
will be in the heighborhood of $3,000.
Property for Sale.
The German Lutheran church offers
for sale its old school proerly, comer of
Sixth avenue and Tb it tee nth street, two
lots and tnree buildings. For terms in
quire at J. Sauerman's or C. Uansgen's.
Time nmitea to Sept. i. lo 6
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law
Makes collections, loans money, and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and, CI ds&wly
Miss Morse, of Chicago, is visiting at
the residence of "Roddewig Dart.
Mr. B. T. Cable is making preparations
for an extensive fishing trip.
Joseph Gaskell, of St. Paul, Is in the
city for a short stay.
Money to loan 228 Main street, Dav
John Spickler, of Edgington, was in
the city last evening.
Dr. J. W. Stark, Dentist, 1722 Second
Miss Mamie Garvey went home to visit
her parents in Geneseo this morning.
City Clerk Koehler paid out 1248 to
day for work on the new abattoir.
Charles Blitz was fined $5 and costs
by Magistrate Bennett for intoxication.
Allen Welch was last evening elected
second lieutenant of the Rodman Rifles.
A large stock of the latest styles of fall
hats just received at the Golden Eagle.
Advertise in the half-cent-asword-cols
umn of the Akuus. It will pay you,
;i;l cent neck wear sale at the Golden
Try for Mrs. Dr. Keek's $1,000 offered
in another column. She is perfectly good
Dr. MeCandless, dentist, corner Third
avenue and Twentieth street. tf
Miss Jessie Forscmon, of Prairie City,
is visiting with Mrs. I. W. Read, in the
miss tiou joiiuson, ot Uoraova, re
turned home last evening after a pleasant
visit with friends in this city.
Parrel Brennan, a barn hand in the
employ of M. M. Briggs, has decamped,
leaving several mourning creditors.
Closing out sale of boots, shoes and
slippers at. and oelow cost, at Krull &
Pfoh's. No. ;!19 Seventeenth street, dim
Among other proposed improvements
at Hie county court house is a new carpet
for the temple of justice.
The sale of seals for the Mortimer &
Weaver entertainment oiened at 9 o'clock
Mrs Charles B. Fuller, of Muscatine,
will spend Sunday with relatives in the
U. E. Graves, of St. Paul dropped in
unexpectedly upon his parents this morn
ing. and will spend Sunday in his old
Mrs. Robert Stockhouse has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives and
friends at Springfield.
Mrs. T. F, Gary has returned from her
visit lo I'eona. where she instituted
class in fancy work.
Neck tie bargain sale at the Oolden
Eagle. Large invoice of silk ties just res
ceived. Call and select one, only 33
Ex Police Magistrate E. C. Cropper has
returned from bis visit lo Chicago. He
i Jiiuu li improved in strength and health
Miss Jennie Mc ey, who has been vis.
ilingal ihe resilience of Mr. Chas. Hodg
son, Ic! t for Winona last night on the
Fifteen to nine in fa'or of the Diss
monds was the score in the game between
that club and the Niue Stars yesterday
The Central shoe store of G. L. & S.
N. Wjnes is constantly receiving new
"oods of the latest and most popular
styles, which the public are cordially in
vited to inspect.
Charles Graham, special artist on Har
per's Movtli'ij, is visiting his sister, Mrs.
(ieorge Lambert, in this city. Mr. Gra
ham is making Jiis mark in the field of
Special inducements in trunks and
salchcls to save freight, preparatory to
removing from the city, at H. Regens
biirger's. Mr. Phil Cook, the genial clerk at the
Clifton house, Freeport, was in the city
this morning on his way to Monmouth to
The American Express office is running
without a head today. Agent McKibben
boarded the C, M. & St. P. train for
Freeport this morning, where he used to
flourish iu days gone by.
Oh, ain't they beautiful! is the general
exclamation when they see the elegant
new stock of boys' andchildrens' clothing
daily being received at the Golden Eagle.
Constable Larkin went to Moline today,
and sold a pair of horses belonging to
James First, the defunct wagon maker of
Milan, on an execution of $75 in favor of
R. M. Sweeney.
Tomorrow, with Catholics, will be a
festival of obligation, commemorating
the assumption of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. The resurrection and miraculous
ascent of the Virgin Mary into heaven are
related in St. Alphonso Liguoris's "Glory
J. E. Goldsmith has improved tbe front
of his clothing establishment on Second
avenue by new paint. Mr. Goldsmith is
watchful of public appearances and is
running jur. jjowenstem s store as it
Robert Bryson, the affable and enter
prising agent of the St. Louis and St.
Paul Packet company in Rock Island re
turned on the Si. Paul yesterday from a
trip to St. Paul, Minneapolis and the
Minnesota pleasure resorts.
The Sunday school of the First Metho
dist church went to Credit island yester
day for its annual picnic. There was a
large attendance and the day was pleas
Mr. and Mrs. John Long mourn the
loss of their iufant daughter, which lived
only nine hoursafter birth. The remains
were interred at Chippiannock yesterday
Several members of the A. O. U. W.
returned from Rock ford this morning,
where they had been attending the annual
encampment. Tbe remainder of the Rock
Island delegation will return this even
ing. B. D. Buford, Esq., returned this morn
ing from his western trip in the interests
of the Rock Island plow works. During
his absence he visited St. Paul, Portland,
Ore., San Francisco, Salt Sake City, San
Francisco, Dearer and Omaha. The trip
was a successful one, although he found
business undergoing tbe same depression
everywhere, that is being experienced
E.Warren, Esq., of Watertown, was
in the city this morning and gave the
Abous office a friendly call. Mr. Warren
has been a subscriber to the Daily Abous
for a quarter of a century, and says he
will take it as long as life is spared him.
The Misses Kahlke and Lnkins, of
Rock Island, and Misses Meyer and Mass,
of Davenport, entertained a number of
their friends at Black Hawk yesterday,
and all seemed to hare a delightful time,
excepting one young lady, who failed to
get as far as cake.
Rev. P. F . Sweet returned last evening
from his visit to New York,' New Jersey
and other eastern states. Mr. Sweet left
his mother in an unconscious condition in
the hospital at Chicago, and will return
to her Monday. He says although she is
very low at present, the physicians enter
t ain hopes for her ultimate recovery.
During the procession of tbe Select
Knights, A. O. U. W., at Rock
ford yesterday. Dr. J. W. Stark,
commander of Eureka Legion No.
27, of this city, was presented with s
handsome bouquet in token of the Eureka
being the best appearing Legion in the
The musical examination of Mrs,
Swan's graduates, Blanche Harrington
and May Fischer, took place In the con
servatory of music in tbe institute build
ing, on Friday evening of last week. It
was attended by a limited number of in
vited guests. The examination proved
two things to the satisfaction of every
body present: that Mrs. Swan is a thor
ough and conscientious teacher, and that
tbe young ladies who ran the gauntlet of
her rigid examination on that evening are
thoroughly well versed in matters musis
cal. In fact a pair of more thoroughly
competent young lady musicians it would
be difficult to discover. They are natural
musicians to begin with. Music is as
natural to them as to the bird, who sings
because he cannot choose but siag. Added
to this is the polish, the culture of Mrs.
Swan's course ot musical instruction.
The examination in this instance was
rigid and thorough, and the young ladies
acquitted themselves in a manner to do
them credit. We understand that Miss
Harrington will shortly engage in teacb
ing in Kearney, Neb. Should this be
true, we congratulate the good people of
Kearney in advavce on the prospect of
having in their midst one so thoroughly
competent to teach music as Miss Hars
rington, as well as one who will prove an
ornament to the best society of the city,
MRS. ,G. SWAN,
DIMCTOa Of TBI
Geneseo Collegiate Institute,
In Rock Island the 7th of September, at her
No. 1610 Second Ave,,
The course of Instrumental Music embraces
Thirteen tirades, Tla :
g I Cceraey'a Ewrcisea.
3. Harden's Sanotee.
y i-Bethoven'i tH Sanotea.
8. Mosart'i IS Sanotea .
I j ' Chaptn'a Complete Works. IS volumes.
IS. Compositions of Leiit, and oar standard
Instructions In Vocal and Harmonv will be
taueht after the best methods.
HiWhen the Institute geta onranixed. class Meet
ings and musical recitals will be giren tree of
At tbe completion of the Musical course, pnblie
examination iu tbe theory of music willlbe held
with the graduates and certificates of graduation
TERMS, SO LESSONS. (Apvaaci.)
Instrumental, $1 00
Vocal, IS 00
Harmony, 14 00
Lesson hours 40 minutes.
Mrs. Swan is a graduate of the Musical Conaer-
ratorv of Stockholm, swedes, and has been en
caged in teaching in America twelre rears. The
lust rear ane has neen director or the conservato
ry in Geneseo with great success, and leaves a
large class, of which a number will follow her 10
finish their studies.
OPENING OF THE FALL SEASON.
Engagement for Six nights of the favorites.
Mortimer & Weaver
Star Dramatic Company,
Supporting the Dialect CommedLan
Mr. John W. Burton.
MONDAY, AUG., 17,
Boacicault'i Great Drama, tbe
With Elegant NEW SCBNERT and NEW COS
TUMKs from the Olympic Theatre, Chicago.
IS-Change of Bill Nightly.
Admission 15c. 95c. and 85e. Reserved seats
now on sale at Harper House drug store.
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C. C. KNELL'S.
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Io calling attention to the fact that we have refitted and redecorated
Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly the hand11
est in this vicinity. We also wish to call attention to our display oiT
Photographic work, all recently produced and containing many novel "j
pleasing positions and effects of light and shadow, varying in size from
miniature up to 16x30 inches. We bare been assured by old and coml
tent critics that it is by far the finest display ever made in this city. oT
artistic success is largely due to the fact that we make a greater effort i
excel than to undersell, and we bring to our aid such experience as can l
gathered from 17 years of continuous service (having begun our Yw.",
graphic career as a mere boy in 1867, since which time we have not lost V
months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enables us?
appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence onr opem!
ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone wall, bjj
ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fencss, boat, rocks, pond containim
water lilliea, stairways, screens, and a variety of back-grounds, posit,;
chairs, table statues, vases, or what the Chicago Photo-Bureau says, if Ull"
equalled in any gallery in this vicinity, but We plainly say (and it is ,
matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in this contains one-half of iii,
amount of our instruments; we don't boa9t that they were bought in a icq
nant sale and used by predecessors for 85 years. On thb contrary, nm
instruments are of the latest improved makes, contaniing among other; iix
Voigtlaender Enryscope and Dallmeyer Instantaneous Lenses . These tw0
Celebrated Lenses caknot be fodnd in ant Oallert in thib cm m ,
ours. A pleased patron is the best advertisement and we strive to stuun
the advertisement by tbe excellence of our work. In order to better min
satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four dm.
lives, diflerent positions, and all of these proofs are shown, and should ",'
improvements suggest themselves, resittiugs will gladly be made tree ,
charge. Gallery corner 18th street and 2nd avenue, Rock Island,
Mclntire & Co.,
Will place on their counters
Monday Morning, June 22, a
fine line of Summer Silks in de
sirable Bhades at the very low
34 CENTS FES YARD.
These Silks were bought at a
sacrifice from a large concern
who had too many.
No such opportunity has been offered
this season. Every yard worth from 4(lc
to 60c, and we wish customer to exam
ine silks sold elsewhere before calling.
MCINTIRE & GO.
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Dealer lo Booka, Stationery. Clgara, Toy. of every description, etc. KOCK Island, k
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No. 1603 Second Avenue,
VrTint Fits a 9e!altjr.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc,
typricts lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp. Commercial H.'tel
And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens,
Dealer and Importer in
Marble and Granite Monuments.
tySpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence soliciu-l
Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. 0..
"! Rock Island, 111.
Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting,
Knowles' Steam Patnps, Inspirators and Ejectors.
and Packmgof all kinds; DrainTilc and Sewer Pipe.
Office and 8hop
RICHARD F. WITT,
Licentiate in pharmacy,
SUCCESSOR TO P. M. W11EATON,
And Toilet Preparations,
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New and elegant line o( if ,
just opened in new and (Wi:
are moving nicely. In fai !
season has been our twi
several years, which lead i .i
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luiertuaiwe are neaaqurie
on White goods,
tdjf Call and examine.
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ROCK ISLAND, Ifili.
1706 Second avenue.
1314 Third Ave., HOCK ISLAND.
2nd Ave., and 17th Si?.
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