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Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
"Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
tSPCall and see them.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United Status received the highest award for economy
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its lst compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamter free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which do ohtcr can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks lo the hottest weather. Prod urea belter results with lfse ice
than any other Refrigerator. The fluea of the
do not require cleaning as do other make, lieing perfectly and scien
tiflcally constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The beat made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator In tbe market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
nae in Ruck Inland than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
SOLK AGENTS FOE ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make yonr selections from the Largest stock, (
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Rook Island, Ills.
1705 Secend Avenue.
:-. nrr.-.tits-T-.ttymz a.
Your children to
Tbe M. & K. for fine suits.
Fresh cocoanutt at May's.
Nice buckelberries at May's.
Flour f l.lQ.per sack at Weckel's.
Nice sweet potatoes at F. G. Young's.
California peactea and pears at May's.
4 85 for a $7 fill overcoat at tbe M.
Delaware, Tokay and Muscat grapes at
$12.50 for a $.6 fall overcoat at the
Kirk's Savon ap 3 50 per box at
Fresh fish in tbf morning at F. O.
Granulated sugar 11J pounds for f 1 at
John J. Reimers returned from Chicago
Mr. Andrew Doraldson. of Rural, was
in the city today.
f 4 and $5 qua'.i y of hand-welt shoes
at the M. & K.
Buy your furniture and carpets at
Kann & Flemming'a.
Mr. Addison Ruth, of Edgington, was
in the city yesterday.
Tbe Knights of Pythias had an inter
esting meeting last evening.
50 cents for 75 rent quality of merino
underwear at tbe V. & K.
Those red Oxford ties at the M. & K.
for ladies are great' y admired.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ferguson are in
Chicago enjoying tbe sights.
David Don has hud bis delivery wagon
repainted and nicely lettered.
Mrs. A. C. Grand ill is under the doc
tor's care for nervo is prostration.
Dr. W. T. MagiM and wife returned
this morning from California.
Those celebrated fence climbers for
boys at the M. & K. cost $4 85 a suit.
Mrs J. T. Miller left this morning for
St. Louis on a week's visit to friends.
For a fall
Overcoat at tbe M. & K.
Mr. Fred Denkmtnn departed for Chi
cago this morning on a few days' business
The steamer F. C. A. Denkroann
landed a Urge rift i t the lower saw mill
Nice eating and evoking apples, fresh
dairy butter, grapes, melons and fresh
egRB at Long's.
Mr. I. Ideson, u prominent lumber
dealt-r of Oakaloosa. Iowa, is in the city
replenishing bis stook.
George L. Kramer and family, of Kan
sas City, are in the city on a two weeks'
visit to parents and friends.
The Golden E:le is showing more
novelties in (toys' a id children's clothing
tban any bouse in tbe three cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Peier McGrath, of Chi
cago, are in the itv for a two weeks'
visit with Mrs. Micl ael Lynch.
Tbe nicest and finest line of fall suits
and overcoats ever brought to this city
can be found at tbe Golden Eagle.
Rev. T. R. Johns n and wife, of Edg
Ington township, were in the city today
on their way home from Morrison.
Suits for boys at the M. & K.
Now is your timt to prevent sickness
by donning heavier underwear. The
Golden Eagle has jest what you want.
Tbe C, B. & Q. is hauling considera
ble stone tor the dim here, shipments
J being received nearlv every day.
Tbe cold wave svems to have struck
below tbe belt. No claim of foul" has
yet been raised, however, by the signal
Fred Grindell, for -lome time past night
clerk at tbe Rock IUnd house, has cone
to Kansas City to travel for a commission
Internal Revenue Collector Julius S.
Starr and wife were at the Harper this
morning, on their wty home from a wes
August Wbfling, in the employ of tbe
lower saw mill, carries one arm in a
aline, which came in contact with the
A party of Rock If land Knight Temp
lars left for Clinton this afternoon lo as
sist twenty-five members to advance in
The reception of K rs. II. P. Hull oc
curred this afternoon. There was a large
attendance and elegant refreshments were
served by Terrell.
Mr. E. F. Reyndds, Jr.. leaves for
Utah and other western points tonight on
business. For a large man Reynolds
keeps moving pretty lively.
K. L. Bailey, one of tbe Rock Island
plowwork'a traveling force, leaves this
Mating ftir Pmri. ivbera too will repre
sent me esiaDiisnmeni at me state fair.
Messrs. Browner, Zeis Rispin, Olson
and other Rock Islan 1 base ball players.
who have been playing at sterling and
other places, are returning home.
Eddie Porter, tbe two year-old child
of W. A. Porter, died of diphtheria Wed
nesday, lie was buried this morning.
tbe remains being interred at Davenport.
Mr C. J. Larkio is improving and
hoiies to be out with the aid of crutches
within a week. Men of bis push are
needed in this day o improvement.
Geo. D. Moore and Paul Albrecbt, of
Port Byron, are in the city. George
buys grain, while Paul dispenses justice
to the people of that prohibition town.
Mr. D. V. Coleman, tbe efficient fore
man at J. 8. Gilmore s pork packing es
tablishment, has moved to 924 First ave
nue, one door west o'" his late location.
Tbe forthcoming merchants' carnival
is looked forward to as something nice.
Tbe ladies who have tbe affair in charge
have fixed tbe dates lor October 24th and
Mr. John Oswald ill leave for Wicli-
ita, Kan., to look aflur a laud claim be
has near that city. While away he ex
pects to visit friends nd relatives who re
side in that part of Kansas.
C. C. Mclntire, tie dry goods mer
chant, returned from tbe east yesterday.
lie purchased a large line or goods wbiub
will soon be on the shelves to be inspec
ted by the people of the three cities.
Mr. John Bebn. wl o runs tbe store at
Centre Station, has built a hot bouse
60x28, in which be will raise flowers and
vines to sew to people who visit Chip
pianock and tbe Catholic cemetery.
Messrs. Kann & Flemming received
another large invoice of line carpels and
more are arriving daily. Lovers of beau
tiful goods should tot fail to see their
large stock before purchasing elsewhere.
William Zoeckler, one of Geo.
Bailey salesmen, is laid up with sore
eVs and other troubles. Tbe borse,
"Long John," will m ss him on tbe daily
trips between Rock Island, Milan and
W. W. Stafford, lomerlj in tbe em-
dIov of tbe Bun Acch ent insurance com
panv, did contemplate entering a medical
college, but has chanced his mind and ac
cented the tellerahip of the Rock Island
In order to dispo. of odd hats, one
and two of a kind. tb Golden Eagle bas
pile. Your choice for 45 cents. Re
member all sizes and kinds no hat in the
lot worth less than 91, and from that up
to $3. All are going at 45 cents.
Master Lawrence Lerch has made a
miniature church in wood by his own in
genuity and the use of a scroll saw, which
is creditable to a mechanic of mature
years, jne cnurcn la complete from a
clock in the steeple to an organ, which is
worked by a crank from without.
Some of the aldermen who voted to
settle the McDarrah damage suit accord
ing to the verdict found at the last trial
are said now to be in favor of a reconsids
eration of the same, and that a new trial
will be asked for. The question will be
decided one way or the other tomorrow.
Msj. L. M Buford returned yesterday
from Springfield, and departed today for
Milwaukee in tbe interest of the Taylor
Distilling company. He says it does not
take much of an effort to Bell their
goods. The good quality makes easy
Do they kick? Why. it is simply ridic
ulous how some of these merchants are
talking strain st the Schindler hate, and
the Golden Eagle (which has the sole
agency for this city) reports a bigger sale
on these goods than ever bt-fore. Re
member these bats are only $4 and are
guaranteed to be the beat hais made,
Tbe Geo. A. Fleming company have
started their celebrated dried fruit packing
in earnest at their branch house on
Sixteenth street, neatly one hundred
hands being engaged in the industry.
Frequent shipments of choice brands are
being received, which will increase as
the season advances. Miss Hadsell re
tains her place as head oooi-keeper.
Marshal Miller leaves this afternoon
for Des Moines armed with a requisition
from the governor of Illinois to the gov
ernor of Iowa, asking for tbe giving up
of the car thieves who were arrested In
Davenport and who refused to come to
this side place where they secured their
plondir. This document will bring
The prairie chicken hunters of this
city, who left for Henry county and other
points are returning home. The chick
ens are not as plentiful as they anticipat
ed. Eleven chickens is a small mess for
so many mouths and those who did not
bag a chicken excuse their ill luck on the
ground that it is cheaper to buy the
birds than to cboot them. Chickens fly
bigb and it takes a good gun and lots of
powder to reach them.
At tbe annual meeting of the Western
Mutual Underwriter's association in Chi
cago yesterday, the following officers
were elected: President, C. H. Spencer,
Minneapolis; secretary and treasurer,
William B. Furguson, Rock Island. 111.;
vice president, E. W. Arndt. Milwaukee;
executivecommittee.H. G. McPike.Alton.
111.; William E Smith. Chicago; H. C.
Cleaveland, Moline, III.; A. P. Coulton,
Detroit; S. H. Seamans, Milwaukee.
Do not put it off any longer. But if
you are thinking of having your fall suit
or overcoat made to order, call at the
Golden Eagle and examine their immense
lines of samples over 600 different
styles to select from. Of course these oth
er tailors will try to talk you out of the
idea, but why should they not? How can
you blame tbem, wben the Golden Eagle
is making better suits, nicer made, nicer
mide, better fitting, are far superior in
every respect at f 5 to $8 less than they
charge? Call and satisfy yourself.
This is the way it appears to the Rock
ford Remitter: "When you laid down to
rest Saturday night, perspiration stood
out in beads all over you, and you were
too hot to sleep comfortably and rather
unhappy, now weren't you, honest "In
jun?" Wben you woke up Sunday morn
ing you were chilly, had a cold in the
head, rheumatism slightly touching your
limbs, neuralgia in tbe jaw and were un
happier still, weren't you? Well, the
thermometer had dropped some 40 de
grees while you slept, and your system
not being cast iron or lignum vitie
couldn't stand it. And that's the glorious
climate in which we are trying to live and
bring up a family of tender sprouts. Is
it any wonder that babies die? Rather is
it not a wonder that any of tbem live?"
Tbe young friends of Miss Lizzie
Schoede met at a neighboring house from
which they went to her home, and passed
a pleasant evening.
Master Lo wry Casteel celebrated bis
seventh birthday yesterday. Twenty-five
of his little friends were invited to the
home of his parents, where they passed a
Mr. Gust Peterson, the popular sales
man of Olsen & Peterson, forgot about
his twenty-second birthday. His friends
to the number of thirty dropped in on
bim last evening to remind him of tbe
fact. Tbe ladies of tbe company provid
ed a good supply of eatables and a hand
some silk umbrella for a present. Tbe
young men or tbe surprise party fur
nished their proportion of the good
things. Tbe company found their homes
after three hours of social enjoyment.
Mr. Jobn O. Johnson, a resident of
Coal Valley and a former resident of
this city, reached bis forty-second
year of bis pilgrimage of this life
Tuesday. Tbe plow works' band and
fifty other of bis Rock Island friends
paid him a visit to help him and his good
wife celebrate tbe day. Tbe band and
tbe male portion of-tbe company went
overland, while the ladies were trans
ported to Coal Valley via tbe Rock Is
land & Peoria railroad. The band played
going and coming, treating the farmers
on the route with pood music. Their
playing was so good that tbe pigs and
cws on tbe road awokexfrom their
slumbers to listen to tbe music as they
passed by. Tbe Rock Island people car
ried with tbem a large basket, which
was added to by Mr. Johnson. It was
one of the most enjoyable surprises of
Tbe Meeoad A venae Work.
Superintendent Schnitger started a
squad of men at work to lower the
double track between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets this afternoon to the
late established grade. It has been de
cided that a switch will not be necessary,
the south track merely being moved close
to the other to allow work on the mains.
The cars will, however, ,be compelled to
pass each other at either end of the
block. Superintendent Murrin, of tbe
waterworks, will commence the work of
lowering the water mains in the morning.
Tbe work will be pushed as rapidly as
Superintendent Judge expects to have
tbe gas main and Connections lowered by
Tbe work of paving east from Four
teenth street was started this morning,
oft Coal for Sal
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davxkport.
Aug. 80, 189.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBElt 19, 1889.
Milan, 8ept. 19."
Mr. A. C. Thompson, of Ellis, Kan.,
was among us for two weeks visiting
friends here and Bowling.
Mr. Penfield, of Chicago, general agent
of the Washington Insurance company,
is among us calling on his friends.
Those farmers who have interested
themselves In taising sweet corn and
tomatoes arc much pleased with the re
suit of their crop.
Mr. Alex Medill, of Agenda, Kan.,
who was reported very ill by telegram.
has considerably improved in the last few
days, and his many friends here are
pleased to hear that he has a favorable
James Clow is one of the happiest men
in town. A brand new daughter arrived
this morning. Those wishing anything
in the confectionery line will be able to
procure the finest article that the market
produces when thef call htm papa.
As far as we are able to ascertain not
a single one of the old veterans have ex
pressed an opinion on the removal of
Tanner by President Harrison. As long
as Cleveland was president, we could
hear something going wrong every day.
The Canning company puts us in mind
of a bee hive. The industry is some
thing that our citizens can feel proud of,
but sorry to say, they have made little
effort to procure work and the conse -quence
is a large number are employed
from Rock Island.
The citizens of Rural are in a great
plight over Judge Glenn's ruling in tbe
Franing vs. Wilson case for damages by
Wilson's bogs running at large and de
stroying crops. Each farmer not wish
ing to have his crops destroyed by stock
running at large, is compelled according
to this ruling. lo put a tight fence around
We have received a copy of the Fair
play Flume, Colorado, which particularly
refers to Grant Liflin. formerly a resident
of this place. It speaks in tbe highest
terms of him in embarking in tbe drug
business, as it is a little over a year ago
since be left here, and is now proprietor
of tbe leading drug store in the town.
Tbe jury in the suit of Carse & Re
ticker vs. Reticker, was relieved yester
day afternoon after some evidence was in
and by mutual consent of the attorneys
the trial was continued before Judge
Pleasant. The arguments were con
cluded this afternoon.
The following pleas were entered to
day: James A. Bennett, guilty; burglar
izing Clark Corbin's store at Carbon
Cliff. Fined $250 and paid.
John Freeman plead guilty to larceny;
sentenced to one year in the penitentiary.
Harry Fay entered a plea of not guilty
to assault with a deadly weapon and was
remanded to jail.
Peter A. Anderson, larceny; not guilty.
There was a fortunate runaway on the
Brady street line in Davenport this
morning. One of the cars filled with
people, among whom was a number of
ladies, did not respond to tbe breaks
when coming down the bill at 7 o'clock.
Tbe conductor and passengers seeing the
danger jumped from the car before it
crushed into a freight train at the corner
of Brady and. Fifth street. Tbe street
car was badly damaged, while some of
the passengers were slightly bruised
Tbe freight car got off with slight damage-
James Logan and Thomas Olney
switchmen in the yaids of the C, R. I. &
P., had a little batUe with the bare
knuckles. Olney called Logan bad names
and was hit on the nose.
The patrol wagon was called to the
yard of the C , R. I. & P. railroal this
afternoon, and Marshal Miller and Offi
cers Kramer and Loge hauled to the
Armory eight tramps who were drinking
beer by the can. They will have a hear
ing in the morning and receive tbe usual
fines in such esses a bounce.
TWO YOUTHFUL MISCREANTS.
They Try to 'Wreck a Trnln In Revenge, for
Con-ookd, N. H., S.t 19 Tuestay af
ternoon the south bound W'bita Mountain
express, a heavily loaded and very fast
train, jumped some obstructions near North
Concord, aftd was savel from disaster only
by tbe wlvels luckily catching the track.
Tbe pastenpers were shaken up and badly
frightened. It was sulwquently discovered
that a ilor !ii or more fish-plate bad been
placed cm tbe rails by Percy aud Arthur
Abbott, brothers aged respectively 10 and 6,
who tia.l attempted to wreck the train ont of
r- tit- for bv tng been put off m freight train
on wiucb they tried t st-al a ride to Nortb-
BeliL. where they were going to -visit tlieir
Veteran at Chattanooga.
Chattakooua, Ten ii.. Sept 19. Four
thousnn.1 veterans of the Union array ar
rived here yesterday to attend the S ciety of
the Army the I'nuiUirlaad. A sad inci
dent marked the first dny of tbe gathering
(. D. tJreer, of IVim-eio i. Ills., a veteran of
V il.ier's brigade, was killed on tbe Lookout
At the meeting Gen. Roaecrans presided,
and it was determined to devote tbe receipts
of this meeting to tbe erection of a monu
ment to Gen. Thomas. Brigade reunions
were the order ol tbe afternoon aud at night
a grand parade was held, tbe evening'! fee
tivines cloning with a display of fireworks.
Cmb of Lenrony at Jeffernonville.
Jeffbrhokville, Ind., Sept 19. A gen
uine case of leprosy bas been discovered here
in tbe erson of Louis Drain. Tbe disease
ruaJe its appearance two weeks ago, and
now tbe victim's face, neck aud breast are
nffev-ted, and one eye is nearly gone.
The Turk In a Famous Liar.
LutiDON, Sept Reports from Crete
show that the arrests of Christiana by tbe
Mussulman officials still continue, despite
assurance 01 luraey mat tbe abuse should
be correct. M.
(ien. Mrtiellan's Mother Deat
Philadelphia, Sept IV. Mrs. Elisabeth
S. McClellan, widow of Dr. George HcClsl
lan, aud mother of Gea. George B. McClel
lan and Dr. Jobn H. a McCUellan, tbe dia
tinguistied surgeon, died yesterday at the
residence of her niece. Miss Rebecca Coxe,
at Drifton. hbe was V (years of age.
Iesth of a Great Penman
Bohton, S. p . 19. J. IV. Parson, of Hyds
Park, the worlJ-renowued artist-penman,
chief etitlior of tbe Payaon, Dunton St Scrib
ner copy tiooks, died Tuesday afternoon, aged
74. He received may medals in bis lifetime
lor superior work with tbe pen.
That Fatal Slucrlor Match.
St. Louis, Sept 19. An inquest was held
yesterday on tbe body of Thomas Jackson
the pugilist, who died from tbe effects of
a fight with Ed Abeam. Tbe latter was
held without bail to answer to tbe charge of
murder, and the referee, seconds and time-
Keeper were neia at accessories and abet
senator G ibs, of tbe Georgia Wialtiir.
made a speech in tbe state senate Wednes
day in which be declared that the free negro
" useless in ueorgia, Hod advocated
ridding the state of the colored hj. n.
indorsed tbe whippings of negroes, etc, that
Reynolds, Sept 18.
Mr. M. Wait ships fourteen carloads of
stock to Chicago today.
Mr. Thos. Bowes has an Iron fence
around his new house, which together
with it being newly painted, adds greatly
to its appearance.
Mr. Frank Manning left for the Aledo
fair yesterday, taking with him for exhi
bition his fine chickens and several stands
On Saturday last occurred the funeral
of Mis. Hiram Sellers. Mrs. Sellers was
a goos christian woman, a dutiful wife
and a fond and loving mother. Mr.
Sellers bas tbe sympathy of tbe entire
neighborhood in his bereavement.
Mpeak Well ef Year Town.
There is no place like home, be it ever
so. bumble. MacUrcgor, the Scottish
chief and warrior, expressed his regard
for home, when heexultingly and defiant
ly declared: "My foot's on my native
heath and my name Is MacGregor." Peo
ple who stand up. for their cities and
towns, who strive to advance their inter
ests and advocate their advantages, are
they who carry tbem forward in welfare
and increase their importance. To dis
parage one's place of residence or birth,
is a sien of a lack of proper manliness
that amounts to a demerit in any individ
ual. Burlington Ilawkeye.
Tbe erand Woodmen's excuision to
Peoria next Sunday, Sept. 22, promises
to be a erand success . The committee
have arranged to bave the train stop at
tbe fair grounds upon reaching Peoria.to
allow those to alight who wish to view
tbe exhibits at tbe state fair, which will
be in readiness Sunday morning for the
opening. All desiring tickets must pur
chase tbem before Friday evening, as no
tickets will he sold after that date.
U. 8. SldNAL OFFICk, 1
W!-hingtoii,D.C.,Sept, 19. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Fair and warmer.
The liver and kidnevs must he kent in
good condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating these organs.
The Soft Plow Of thfl tUfl rnu ia an..
quired by ladies who use Pozzoni's Com-
1 : 1 m
picxion rowaer. i ry it.
C. C. Taylor
TJnder Rock Island nouse.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate per cent and 7 per
TWO MILXIOX DOLLARH
Loaned by o without lose to any client.
WCtM or write for circular and references.
JfoAMft Lsa . "SM..1
CTVeCJ'lr- JF aw" m
$20000 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interent 7 wt cent Mini annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Koomg S and 4 Masonic Temp e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FIOKE,
213 Main St. DAVENPORT. IA.
mm I I I I I
. Bummer's over.
Now to business;
No more fun.
Now's the time
To change yonr tile.
Every one should
Have a ENOX Autumn style.
Lloyd & Stewart.
BOLE AGEHT8 ENOX HATS,
Rock Island, 111.
Goods arriving every day.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
First cl&9 Incarance st lowest rates.
The following axe among
A pood bnildlne, with store lfert. -""
cMtiun. ditiir. m iftiii floor, and three
ixximi above ; w liter up and down stair, good
cellar, turn, etc.. lot xl50, well located for buel-uef-.
tipper part of Fourth avenue; cbeap.
ne of tbe het money-making locations for any
kind of busmen Deal the Kork Island passenger
f l.OOOwill buy a dwelling with 1 rooms and
mall store, well located, on lhird avenue, now
rents for S 14 a month.
COO will buy a eood house, five rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
Only a few of those One lots in Mixter's addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets.
Two or three arre on the bluff, fine land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & A-DLEfrS.
POST OFFICE JBLOCE,
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $5 00 for 4.20
Children's Shoes. " 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3 60
Children's Shoes, 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 3 00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies' Fine 8hoes, " 3 .00" 2.50
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 SO ' 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00" -75 Ldies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 100
Ladies' Slippers, " 1.00 " ,75 Base Ball Shoes, - 1.00 " .80
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Pine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tSCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
8929 FifUt Atomm. '
f?J I CO -2 13
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many ba.rei
" 1 1,000 will bay a neat house on Twentieth street
A eood lot on the bluff In Rodman's sub-dUls-ion,
$400 will buy a Una H acre lot just outside city
limiu, on bluff.
A very nice property. Just outside of city limits
and citv taxes; cbeap, on easy terms.
One of tbe best 80 acre farms, with first class
improvements in Bowline township; cheap.
A eood house of eight rooms, dry cellar, wster,
ham, snd fine corner lot in tbe npper part of tbe
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and 1 al
A No. 1 business earner store and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two-story frame dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well and cistern, large barn, one half acre
of fine land, well located within a few steps of
M ilan street cars, cheap.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
selected all such anl placed them in a
t iwoauT occurred.