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the ibock mr&m) akgm Tuesday, amsf 2, i88t.
Umbrellas, Shades and Parasols
Fully reslize that they must use heroic
measures to reduce their stock of Fancy
Parasols, Umbrellas, etc.. and to accom
plish this end QUICK, SHARP and ab
solutely, they have arranged for a saleon
Mmiday, and while they last.
THAT WERE 4 50 1
3 5it f
2 18 J
Fancy Parasols cost us from 3 0
to ft! 1M). your choice for $2 t3; one lot
Satin Coachin Parasols (not satine)
others may ask double. One lot Cream
and fancy canopy top parasols eo at
Si 19. Children's parasols were 5e,
reduced to 25c.
Wo expect to open on Monday or Tuesday at farthest a late parchase of Gold
and Silver Head Gloria Silk Umbrellas, bought under price and delayed several days
iu transit. (Jold head Gloria Umbrellas. 2ti inch, !?1 07. Gold head Gloria Umbrel
las, 24 inch. 91c. Wc shall show new styles Neckwear for ladies, misses and child
ren. Tr.e Byron and Directoire Collars and Cuffs, very tart. Also a sample line of
Jap and Satin Fans which we bought one-third off from price.
1714. 171. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avenue, Rook Island.
We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con
j template using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE
SoLD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
j S-iTRemember the place,
I KINGSBURY & SON,
! 1705 Secend Avenue.
Wf were approached a few days ago to become a party to
a scheme which was explained to U9 in the following language:
"We (the srliemers) will place a half dozen men in your city and will
vwit every home, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents.
This will entitle the holder any time within six months to demand of you
upon an additional payment of $2.75 making a total of $3 (Hi a dozen
Cihmets und an extra picture in a gilt frame. This outfit of frame and
pictures you can represent a worth $4, $5 or SO; we will swear it's worth
whatever you say. We place the.-e tickets in the community to keep the
25 cents that we collect . Oil, yes, the public will bite at worse than this.
IJiit !.N a teat scheme as the frame you give away costs $12 00 per hun
dred, 12c.ts witb every order. Suppose one of your neighbors were to go
into it, they now advertne their cabinets at $2 00 per dozen, say the extra
picture and frame would cost an additional 25cts, through our scheme he
would eet t'2.75, a hnitsome profit on this extra picture and frame, Fu?
Of course we prefer to work this scheme through the leading photo
grapher but we are bound to work it through some one. Yes, we may
strike an irresponsible party or he may (tut domed up. We give no bond
(hat he will continue in bus-iness, but he will if he can, because you see
this schf me tfives him better prices than he now obtains."
It is needless to say that RASMUSSEN declined to employ peddlers and
tuamps to woiik such questionable tactics, The only means we use to
create business are:
lt. We make only the finest quality of work and that at popular prices.
21. We guarantee satisfaction.
.'id. Our Gallery contains more and better instruments, back-grounds
and all appliances for making Photos, twice over, than all the other Gal
leries in the city combined.
Whenever such inducements can be offered it is unnecessary to employ
"Tramp Ticket Fakirs," but that they are now being employed here in
Kock 1-tland is our excuse for exposing the true inwardness of the scheme.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
is one array of beauty witb its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
tUe Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
20 Pieces of those fringed edged
Gro Grain Watered Sashes, 8 inches wide
were overlooked by the manufacturer.
We had what we supposed was the en
tire lot, and these are only an accident;
will go right out at 50c a yard; our for
mer price was $1.00. but was marked
down to 82c during our ribbon sale; this
lot, while they last goes at 50c.
Wo have 2 cartoons (24 pieces) of
those Fancy Ribbons No. 10 left. We
have sold all of that huge lot except just
these 24 pieces. We have our money all
back on those we have sold, and the 24
pieces left represent what is due us as
profit. Now what we propose to do is to
divide our profits on Monday a. m. giv
itiR to each customer a chance at these
3c a yard.
Make a note, fancy ribbons No. 16,
2 inches wide, 3 cents a yartl; none to
other dealers, and only 10 yards to any
Nomina ted on the First
The Kerubliran ('aunty Convention
a Tame AITalr Moline Downed
Acain The Komluee Threatens
It takes something more than a July
sun and an off year to keep the republis
can politician at home, when a"hen'a on."
This was demonstrated today when the
republican county convention con
vened at the court house. Office is the
principal attraction for the republican
statesman, and the number to be dealt
out makes no difference they will turn
out for one just the same as though there
were a dozen loaves to be distributed.
The cand dates for mate's attorney were
on hand early, button -holing the dele
gates as they made their appearance.
The indications were that Sturgeon had
the plurality of the delegates, but it was
not known what combinations might be
worked e gainst him. The Molina dele
gation was an unknown quantity, for
while they were instructed for Moore,
it was no telling where thay would go
when a break came.
It was half past one o'clock, when Boss
Wells, chairman of the republican county
central committee, called the convention
to order at the court house this afternoon.
After the Boss had given the Rock Island
delegation reserved seats on the east side
of the court room, he sounded the gavel
and requested the redoubtable Col.
Koehler, Moline's pride, to read the call,
which thi colonel did iu his usual elegant
Boss Wells then nominated Capt.
Bennett chairman of the convention,
which mi t with the unanimous consent
of the convention. Capt. Bennett
thanked the convention for the honor
conferred upon him, but was a little
modest a he had held the position so
often. County Clerk Donaldson was un
animously elected secretary on motion of
Boss Wells. Boss Wells then moved
that a committee of five be appointed on
credentials, which was carried. The
chair appointed Thos. Campbell, of South
Rock Islsnd; J. W. Simonon. of Port
Byron; C. P. Hemenway, Moline; Wm.
Jackson, Kock Island; W. L. Heath,
The co nmittee on credentials found a
good matsy vacancies, especially Moline,
where it took all the Moline newspaper
fraternitj present to help fill up, Editor
McGlynu being made delegate at large.
Incomplete delegations were instructed
j to cast the full vote of their ward or pre
The chairman appointed C F. Gaeljer.
of Rock Island, C. A. Barnard, of Mo-
j line, and J. W. Simonson, of Moline, tel
lers. N minations being in order, J. N.
Huntoon nominated M. M. Sturgeon; C.
F. llemeaway, of Moline, nominated W.
R. Moore; Wm. Parks, of Edgington.
Adair Pleasants, and G. W. McMaster,
of Rock Island, Oliver Olsen.
An in'ormal ballot was ordered, with
the following result:
A formal ballot was theu ordered with
the following result:
Mr. St irgeou was then declared nom
inated by the chairman.
The nominee being called for, he made
bis apptarance before the convention,
thanking the delegates for the honor con
ferred upon him, and offering condolence
to his du'e-io.! ooieiltis. oil toe as-
sumptioc that there was no question
about h selection, he said he could not
step into the shoes of the late Hon. Pat
rick O'Mara without paying a slight
tribute to the deceased, whom he termed
sympathetic and kind, and well liked by
everybody. The speaker said when he
was elected state's attorney he proposed
to administer the duties of the office in a
manner that would meet the approval of
all parties, and that he would pay par
ticular attention that some respect
should be shown to the statute forbidding
any one to slander the dead.
The convention then adjourned.
Hock River llriiliieit.
Bridge Tender Sweeney collected tolls
to the amount of (296 80 at the Rock
river bri Iges last month. Some extensive
repairs are about to be made at the
bridges in the way of new flooring. Lum
ber is a ready on the ground for an en
tire new floor on the main south bridge,
and the canal bridge near the old paper
mill site. A. new floor will also be put
down cn the north canal bridge near
Sears mill, these improvements are
badly needed, and have been ordered by
the city council through the bridge com
miltee. Alderman III, chairman.
Two sneak thieves grabbed two pair
of shoe of the Bankrupt shoe store last
evening The clerks saw their move
ment and uave chase. The foot wear
was dropped on the corner, and the two
crimina s escaped .
Bridget McGee had a hearing before
Magistrate Wivill last evening on the
charge of disturbing her neighbors. She
was allowed to go free on the promise of
being a gocd girl hereafter. The police
magistrate gave her a long lecture on
good deportment, which should be bene
ficial to Mrs. Biddy McGee.
The Wide walk Boom.
City Marshal Miller is still carrying
"the w ar into Africa" in regard to de
fective sidewalks This morning he bad
the old wooden walks around the Murphy
corner, on Fourth avenue and Seven
teenth street, the Tremaa corner on
Third avenue and Seventeenth street, and
the Ell s property adjoining, taken up
The property owners have consented to
put do vn fine brick walks and do their
share t wards giving the city substantial
Nerond Appearance of the "loldrn
Hair and Three Heart'' Operatta
TliuHe who Participated.
The Argus gave an extended account
of the first rendition of the fairy oper
atta, "Golden Hair and the Three
Bears," Friday eyemng, and it would be
a waste of "words and space to go oyer
details for a second time . Miss Helen G.
Tripp, the head, front and trainer of the
company of one hundred and twenty-
five, was even more active than on the
previous night, and through her efforts
the entertainment on the whole was an
improvement on the first night. She is
a worker, and understands how to han
die the little people. The bill was. with
a few exceptions, rendered in an adinir
able manner. The participants from Mo
line were conspicuous for their good
singing and acting. The military drill
was very fine, and was enthusiastically
received. In view of the fact, that with
few exceptions, the participants in this
charming operatta all live in Rock Is
land, and deserve credit for their unsel
fish efforts in bringing the affair to a
successful issue, the Argus takes pleas
ure in publishing the full list of those
connected with it, and the characters as
sumed. The cast was as follows:
ueen Xias Hilma Ohlin.
Golden Hair Mies Amy Knox.
Woodland Bard Mr. C. SI. Oarlnteilt.
Boars Mr. Will Collin. Bin Bruin: Mr. Ar
thur One. Mammy Muff; Kddie Krvsiuaer. Tinv
Krauty Miss Agnes Bixby.
Airy Mie Maggie Potts.
Lif-'h""" Miss Anna Bixhy.
Faithful Miss Ella Wilcox.
Forest Maidens Misses Belle Newton, Alice
Hemenway. Mat!ie Potts. Chattie Thompson
t trace Sclirauger, Jettie Estro, Flora Ludolph,
name ireiuuu, :uary nine, .Jewell.
Maids of Honor Misses Eva Entrikin, Blanche
Lawrence. Alice Wheeiock, Minnie Stevens.
Knicht Messrs. Marvin lascKaluhrlaverstick.
Chas. Kelmers. Fred Copp
rapes Simon Moscnlulder, Morris Nimon.
Amrel choir Mrs. Geo. E. Lambert. Misses
Bogue and Scliimller. Messrs. BowIIpy and Kerr.
Scarf Dancers Claire Gilmore Fred Jones,
Bessie Gilmore. Minnie Jones. Josephine Hawes.
Maud Bear, Eddie Frysinger, Lizzie t'arse, Lncy
Fryeinger, Johnnie Carse. Emily Johnson. Ada
Fairies Jennie Zimmer, Grace Frysinper.
Mattia Jones, Myra Bear, Hilma bear, Irnia Kouu,
Blanch Mosenfelder, Fred Oberg, Theo Coyne,
llattie Cropper. Maud Jetlries, Pearl Hamlin,
Mabel Porter, Mabel Campbell, Grace Stafford,
Myrtie Buck, Lucy Frysiuger, Sadie Schiudler.
Lillie Hull, Mattel Clilnn, Mary Sctaindler, pan
line Zimmer, Katie Gilmore, Nettie Kocb, Kditb
Strate, Lulu Harris, Emma Weiss, Maud Jeffries.
Forest Elves Bertha Johnson, Clara Johuson,
Jocte Greifg, Isabella McConochie, Myrtle Yer
bury, Nellie Page. Nellie Fulmer, Ada Thomp
son, Ada Illingsworth, Lillio Simmon.'Anna Biehl,
Emma Newton, Anna Cronholui, Norma Ilauna.
Hattie Hampton. Cora Hurling, Nellie Scliully,
Sadie Kennedy, Katie Archer, cora Kelly, Francis
Merk, Grace Dudley, Clarance Hchrader, John
Weiss, Minerva Ftirhos, Eva Freeman, Daisy
Weigand. Etta Schnider, Clara, Meese, Essie
McGee. Dora Kinck, Rosa Little, Anna McNeal,
Gusta Henderson, Nettie Berckman. Maud Camp
bell Jennie Coyne, Amanda Craig, Anna Buck
land, Canna Simmon, Louie Jones, Willie Mont
gomery, Eva Luckenbill, Musie Montgomery,
Clifford Yerbury, Frank Furbos.
Military Company Misses Mary Kerns. Jennie
Kernt. Uose Huey. Addie Underwood, Mattie
Underwood, Cecil Mavo, Nellie Anthony, Messrs.
Frank Clendenin, Fred Fisher. Will Peterson.
Arthur Morgan. Frauk Trevor. Robert Reed and
Crushed In a Npwrr,
Casper Mandel, aged 59 years, an old
resident of the city, met with a serious
accident this morning while working on
a private sewer on the corner of Fourth
avenue and Fourteenth street. There
weie four men engaged on the work un
der the pay of ex-Supervisor Chas. Rit
ter. The workmen had excavated about
half over Fourth avenue, when the upper
half of the earth caved in, burying the
limbs of Mandel from the knees down.
Two of his fellow workmen dug him out,
while Mr. Ritter and the other laborer
held and protected the other part of his
person. The patrol wagon with a
stretcher was summoned by telephone
and the old gentleman conveyed to St.
Luke's hospital, where Dr. Carl Bernhar
di was in waiting. The physician re
ports that both bones of the right limb
are broken between the ankle and knee
and one bone of the left leg so crushed
that it was necessary to put it in splin
ters. Dr. Bernhardi reduced the frac
tures and the old man bore up well with
out opiates during the operation. Dr
S. C. Plummer, who is the physician in
charge of the hospital this week, assisted
au AnuiH emoassaaor, in lis a any
routine bout the city in the business
houses today, was attracted by the display
of picnic and hot weather goods which he
saw at May's grocery, and in conversa
tion with the manager of this establish
ment he claimed to have the largest and
most complete line of such goods ot any
store in the three cities. For the benefit
of the readers mention is made of the
following goods put up in glass jars:
Lamb tongue, pickled oysters, pickled
lobsters; also a full line of Richardson &
Robbing' goods and a full line of sar
dines. Most Tim rioiirst.
A day or two ao a mtililli- ngel man culled
at police hcudiii:irters nnd asked to see the
itiperintenilent, und as that ofllcitil was out
be said he would cull u:iui. He returned iu
the evening, but tix lute, and as lie would
not state his busiuess to any one else, be was
told to come next foremion. He did come.
but the superintendent whs very busy, and be
finally entered the captain's private room,
took a small parage from bis pocket and
'Captain, this does not lielong to me and 1
have no right to keep it."
The captain opened the pa er, and lot astl
ver dime waa revealed.
"Where did you Ret this?" asked the offi
"Found it on Thirteenth street."
"Well, what of it"
"Some one lost it."
"Yes, I suppose so, but why did you bring
"Because I want to be honest. I could not
And the loser, and so I lr:i;i.t it here to lie
The captain arose and talked to him iu five
different languages, and when the man (lew
down the hall he was heard to remark that
if be ever found another ten ceut piece bo'd
be hanged if he wouldn't chuck it into his
pocket and let the loser ro to Halifax. De
troit Free Press.
TO MUZZLE DOG9.
Mayor's Office. July 1. 1839 As
there is a rumor of cases of hvdrophobia
said to exist in this city among dogs, I
William McConochie, mayor of the city
of Rock Island, do hereby notify all
owners of dogs whether registered or
not, to muzzle the same forthwith. All
dogs running at large within this city not
properly muzzled are hereby declared
"public nuisance" and subject to be
Bummarily abated, and as such shall be
killed and buried, and it shall be the
duty of the city marshal and all polices
men to carry out this order. Dogs must
be kept muzzled until October next.
William McConochie, Mayor.
t Weather Forerut.
XJ. 8. StsNAi. Orricx, 1
Davenponjowa, July 2. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois,
Parasol sale at McCabe Bros.
Democratic primaries this evening.
Great slaughter of parasols at McCabe 's.
Don't forget to buy your fireworks at
Picnic at Huber's garden on the Fourth
All new and fresh flrewotks this year
at the Fair.
Remember the picnic at Huber's garden
Maj. J. M. Beardsley has removed to
807 Twenty-first street.
Don't forget the picnic at Huber's
garden on the Fourth.
The city officials are going to exter
minate unmuzzled dogs.
John O'Neil leaves this evening to at
tend the Geneseo races.
Mrs. P. Grady and daughter returned
from Chicago this morning.
Mr. James Fox, of Kearney, Nebraska,
is visiting Stephen O'Connor.
The Fair is the cheapest place to buy
your fruit jars and jelly glasses.
Mrs. L. M. Buford and son have gone
to St. Louis on a visit to relatives.
Mr. T. J. Medill, Jr., returned last
evening from a flying trip to Chicago.
The small boy announces himself ready
to celebrate the glorious Fourth in
Spring chickens, watermelons, peaches,
bananas and oranges at Browntr's Elm
Mrs. Howard, housekeeper at the Har
per, leaves tomorrow to spend a week
with Muscatine friends.
One of the finest displays of fireworks
goods in the city can be seen at Brown-
er's Elm street grocery.
The republican war horses had posses
sion of the city today. They behaved
pretty well for republicans.
W. II. Marshall will return from the
rowdy west tonight. He has been hob
nobbing with cowboys for a month.
Those fancy $1 sash ribbons at 50
cents a yard at McCabe Bros', are creat
ing quite a sensation amonu the girls.
Nice banauas, Rodi oranges, apples
and lemons at Boro's, under the bank.
Wanted at once Girl to do general
housework in small family. References
required. Mrs. A. M. Bruner, 328 Fifth
Democrats, remember the ward cau
cuses tonight. See that every ward is
properly represented in the county con
Those gloria umbrellas arrived and
were placed on sale at 3 p. m. today at
McCabe Bros. 24-.i:ieh 91 cents; 26 inch
The price on 20 inch gloria umbrellas
should have read 1.09 in McCabe Bros',
advertisement of yesterday instead of
$1 97 as printed.
Mr. Martin Schoomaker, of Reynolds,
was overcome by the heat on Sunday,
and for a time was seriously ill. At last
reports he was improving.
The cuts on the fancy parasols and
sun umbrellas for the special sale this
week at McCabe Bros', is attracting at
tention of all prudent buyers.
When you hear the report of the gun
do not imagine that the police are shoot
ing at burglars they are making war on
the dog tribe.
John Forner is disfigured by a black
eye, caused by a piece of steel which hit
him in the eye while workiug a lathe at
the plow works yesterday afternoon.
iviiss uetlie Mum. lor several years
saleslady at the Central shoe store, has
resigned her position at that establish
meut and accepted a place at Carse &
Alderman Wm. Edwards arrived home
Monday morning from Monmouth, where
he is superintending the building of
church made wholly of tdone, costing.
$100,000. - ,, i
i-v'. T uiLiuej jq icuejviug lliaitv t:tillB
in answer to his advertisement for three
hundred men to assist on his govern
ment contract. He is paying $150 per
day to laborers.
Boss Wells got is his work among the
delegates to the republican county con
vention last night. He received 15 votes
to 10 for Mr. Henry Carse as delegate at
arce from the city.
A few more baby carriages left. We
want to close them out for 'his season.
Our prices will suit you. The C. F.
Adams Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
The scorched, singed, burned, soaked
and wet goods damaged by McCabe
Bros'. Saturday evening's blaze, were all
placed on sale today, the insurance hav
ing been promptly adjusted.
Mrs. Gen. William Hoffman leaves in
the morning for a two months' visit in
the east. Her first objective point is
Burlington, Vt., and from there will go
to Boston and other eastern cities.
Mr. J. E. Chandler, secretary of the
Bardolph fire clay works, has made a
contract with the city of Moline to fur
nish them brick for sewer purposes. The
contract will take about twenty-six car
loads of brick.
A. H. Hampton, corner of Fourth
avenue and Ninth street, has a full line
of fireworks of every description. He
is also well prepared to serve families,
picnic parties, etc , with his famous ice
cream, nice candies also, for the Fourth.
mayor Aicuonoctue last night ap
pointed Messrs. C. J. Larkin, Fred Denk
man and Thomas Smart members of
the library board. Mr. Larkin succeeds
himself, the two retiriag members being
Messrs. David Don and T. II. Thomas.
The Geneseo running races will take
place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week. Lovers of the sport in the
three cities can leave home on the noon
train and return by the evening train,
which departs from the Maple city after
At a meeting of the city council of
Moline last evening, Messrs. Gayer,
Hurst and McCabe, of this city, asked
permission to plat twenty-five acres just
west of Daebellietra's addition to the
city. The matter was postponed for
A Bad case of drowning occurred at
West Davenport on Sunday. William
Krack, a young man 17 years of age, de
termined to test his skill as a swimmer,
the channel. Ha sank when about alf
way across, and his body was not re
covered until last evening.
When you find it difficult to make up
your mind to get married, visit the C. F.
Adams Home Furnishing House, 333
Brady street, Davenport, and see whit
bargains they offer in household goods.
They will furnish your houses for 10 per
cent less than any one else. Try them.
They keep everything you want.
Our "Monarch" cutting tables ate ad
justable to five different heights, furni
ture finished, and are actually worth $2.
For the purpose of introducing them we
make the price 99 cents on them. Come
over and take a look at them. All other
kinds of tables in great variety. The
C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House,
322 Brady Street. Davenport.
Mr. Thomas McCall, of Port Byron,
was in the city yesterday on his way to
Denver, and Colorado Spring to visit his
wife and daughter, who have been in the
west for nine months for their health.
Mr. McCall expects to remain in the
mountain country for three months and
hopes the health of bis wife by that time
will justify her return to the old home.
To the Watch Tower.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, anil spcial
trains to accommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements for special trains.
Money! Money 1
Money to loan at six per cent, by the
Rock Island Building association, Tues
day evening, July 2, 1889. The 29th
series is now open. Take stock.
E. II. Gctf.r, Sec y.
Distress after eating, heartburn, sick
heartache and indigestion are cured bv
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It also creates a
Wednesday and Thursday,
Jul' 3 and 4. 4.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 8:30 p. m.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
-in the three cities is-
Ire Crosm made from pnre Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial ot thii cream
will convice all that it can
not he excelled.
Ticnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kind, f nmiehed on
Trefz & Co.,
No. 2223 Fourth Avenue.
The Ice Cream made at this establish
lishment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
0Picnics, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6i per cent and 7 per
TWO JHILI.IO DOLLAR
Loaned by a without kto any client.
y Call or write for circular and references.
-Offer new and desirable Goods this week at Low prices-
Fair quality, Gold Heads, 2G inch,
Elegant new assortment of ERENCH SATTEEN3, in very attractive
designs and colorings.
In Ebony, Walnut and Cherry, Brass Fixtures, Brass Rings, Brass
Ends, everything complete,
25 CENTS EACH,
CarStacks of other desirable Goods at LOWEST PRICES.
Irloclt Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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, LIL g-??ss4M ir If rill!
ir i"i N hi- -
n. h h mm d
' h if Mu Man k ;
IARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as an3 other establishment in
this city can be 8f en at the popular store of
O LEWI ANN & SALZMANN.
They bny direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
rfr villi V i'OllUlr rioiu
Geo. r. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
Fir?t cls?j Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice hriok rvsi Jene with ?om improvements
lot 7-ix 215. cheap on eacy term.
One of the bent mmwv mkine reMnnram and
boarding houwe in the ci: y m-m P., K. te P. de
pot, well located fior any kind of huine-
A pood bnildinL', with ?tore lSxS d 9 rooms.
ronmen. phdvint;. etc., on finI flooi, and 3 room
above; water tip and down Mair. trood cellar,
ham, ctf. lot tTixl.ni. well located for b nifi-s
tipper part of 4th aveerme; cheap.
A cood property, t torv, lot jn bv IV. well lo-
cfted on Secon avenue, between 15th and ltith
Mreet. forono kind of nuMi,tr; cheap.
One of tbe bent located three Mory brick store
on See one avenue; cheap.
One of the bt navinc meat markets in the citv
brick buildinsr, food location.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLEE'S,
TOST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Laro;est Stock,
Tlie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see onr bargains.
Ladie eand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
t5gr"Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Avenue. 1713 Second Avenue.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A fine lanre hone with all modern improve
ment, good barn. tree, etc . H acre of land, fine
ligation, jiift mil -Me the city lttnita near the
street cart; cheap,eay term.
A new hone. eicht rooms, barn. tree. ec. lot
fiOxtS: within live block of pofltottice; a git at
Two iory dwelling, ix room, pood well, oia
tern and cellar, lare bam. Vt acre of land, within
a few eli jt- of M ilmi cirt et car at a burgain.
A neat brick ho e with a lartre lot for $2,000,
convenient to upper paw mill ami depot
Larce br- k hrue, well located, on Fourth ave.
lot tins ISO, for aic cheap.
A new two Mory hnr.w, eix room, good clar
well and citem. Un?e lot. with nice treea, fmit
and shrnhltery. well located on 44th t., very cheap
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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