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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1894. 3
Not Ire In ODtrartnr.
. il r.-"ni"nl will hr m-elvrri at city
. i.T r. Ihk-Is l-tnd, III., amll Monday.
I "H I. at Nu'caAt. It... for i-iin-trticlli.r
,,.,v,-,n..pf. i-r.n rt d by an ordinance of
, ; . . till" - n firitlnftm for th. ir
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- : il ilmnr oik arrunlinE lo the t Im
. . n or. II ritl thr rify clerk' iifilrr.
., , . ti-ii-i in- in r.iniiwnii i wiiit a rrnilinl
. i tmi'l'iM.innM, to tSooriiirof
...r .r villi rit, h,i a rhall hrrntnr fur.
. --.ii i l.v in mn i In- I, idirr rli ill full m
i ' i--;ir t nn h at;irnv, d aarrilra ti ir-
. -k fur tt.r price nn l lmfl In hi hid.
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,i n ..i' III. i-m.ir.ct lonld iti- ururdcd h,
!. ..Vii. I;i -lime ?7. Iiut.
A. l. Ill fcfttM;, City Clerk.
ti'f to Contractor.
r-"i-il villi he received at tfic dry
. Maud. I!!., mill Monday,
:-'I. -t ' in In. a p m., fi.r natrnritne
, . ., .turn', ordered ttr an ordinance of
. I .jb ordinaire lor the Im
i: it ..' i- ifh av-n-ir fr.mi the cat fine of
,,f. -lr.-i tl.c wet line f riitlilniuh
t tin-1 in nf hiv k luliimi, lu.," pa-xtl
1 i-n. mm Lit fnrnirui-j ali the mairrialt-
l. w..rk ii-ritriirr In Ibr plma and'
,i ii "ti Mli : til. i i jr clerk', otlire.
..n u-ili.. ai-mmmmril with certified
i.- i m nf . m. puyahlr to tlie or
. f i'i,' travnr of aauiriiv. which rball he-
i.. mi. n i qiilr IT Inrnarihr hldilcr -hull
ii ir iiit.i r-i.ttait Uh approved
i . n rll f lie wurfc fur the prire
i . it, i.i. imi and arrordtag to tit iai
i. ii . ii in tin- rvjui ti.ut Ilir contra.it
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Nmlir t- ( imtMrtnm.
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A. P. TITKEIt,
a-. ! . t -I- (.nnipt -.ilirr uf the turn-ury.
, fl ' il V I'll l"dder or I
ft lUU "Trouble?
' A , , Catarrhal troii
. - .ti want inimedtr.te relief and
(i.t . .
For pale by all rtrucl'ts.
''- ! 'what Ir. SDj'itT, formcrlj
1 report. Mrs:
nil-faro, Varct. 7, 18'.3
1 liiini. Aflum ftfi'l, ti'y;
I'fiir rf.r:ir - My ;t itiioti w firit ntl,cl
n P..K ' l-.-t vrjir in tin Crt-c of '.iptnlti !.
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v- Hii mi i-tv n',ilir;ti (ii'il inct kMtn-iyi
a tti.ll.inm'ititi nf I.I'hIiIit). Afirr ('rv
ti : i-n -u-ii r-tn'iliaH wifiMint avail, ,h:in
v. rt -n::v Html, mn! thr I niinv-avttl wai i
. : cfur lUr ?.rl t(i-t thni a nnuplftc cure
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I Ml I'
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t.f riiir. U in itv otn ffttnllr wp rrry
i:np-ovt"i hr a ff-w fl1. anrl rB'licl!y
n I r : Ii rmn a iM- k nm nrwliral txiht
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ti i ti- u v-r' itii imii ti tiiim.tiiitr. aiid
In 4 . il I lt- Piirft f orrn-itittnl t"l,
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i il r.tii::i- lit pfi'ril- H In all rrm of
. ii i r ,r r ittrr.:il mil!.r lu tiri'fcrvncr
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t r i iii Ir.-n, Jhk" c:ui in rt'lird noii
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' t.. ni mat it will mcvt all Uit-
i "4. Kttlf Itl r;Wy.
k )sur Irue
-let lur home rtt
ririnj?? comfort and imrirOTcmcnt nnd
tPTi-U to iienoniil enjoyment vlioc
rightly uct. Tbc ninny, wlio live het
U r tlmn othors and enjoy life mort witli
hss rspcii'Uture, by more promptty
adaptim' l!if vorld's lx-tt riroducU to
the Iiwdn of pliysical Ix ingr, will fittest
tiie vuluo to lioaltlt of tlie pure liquid
lasativo pviticiploR embraced ia tlie
remedy, Syrup of Fijs
lu t snt-lit-iicc U due to its prcspntinp
in tlie form root accrptnMe and pleas
ant t the tvtc, the rcfrrshing and truly
bi-nt'ficiiil proTK-rtiea of a iH-rfcct lax
iwive; c JToctually flean.-infc the system,
disiH'lIing clii., liea.laclies and "levers
nnd iHTinaner.tly ciiriiif; constipation.
It haa pivrn Kitisf action to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Ijiver and rwc!s without weak
ening them and it i.-t perfectly ft-e from
every objectionable eubstanee.
iyrtip of Tier in for sale by all drutr
eists in Title and $1 liottles, but ;t is nian
i fact u red by t'.ie California Fig yrup
Ho. only, whost name imprinted on evrj'
packatre, aUo the name, iyrup of Fis,
end lieinsj well inforn:eii,you will not
accept any F.ibstitute ii oilt-red.
WgE S PELLETS The Grta!f?sl Rcmed,
..ii. 'iii..m:iviiii- niriiiM.j.ionn,, KFRVES
BLOOD and BRAIN (the inii-onnTii :i, f"'-
tin...- ii thr- niinr j.m.- 1I...1 .i.....i.i . .
- , . " .' iii'inu m i 111 iiiumm.l
l.rnntr,il to f frinanrnthi cart Nrrvutii r'rrm
tnitiim. Simltml w .-hIsiicks. l-ailliit; Mrmory.
I.mki-ii M. or l!i-tli-tiie-.s. Ili-adKclie. f ii-ni-ntl
La-.iti. H- or lk uUitv. LOST MA HOOD,
Ntu'ht! l.mtsii)ii. uru.K.'clf. .sinrmKUirrhiia!
I iiiii.l..-'. anil 1. I the evil cllii-.n 01 mouthful
errnr-i. overwork nnd tiver-iuiliilccnee of auw
nature. Ji lonrt vp tf,r miirr rv't'tit and erenuts
" " uu UVUt (Ol VIlUL-r bcx.)
NO CHARGE UNLESS CURED.
f o.r f r.Ttnln Curt. l tn A.lvir-e nn! rir
fiiliira frii'. Il yon -.imi.-t w riit- to u and we w ill
'; "te 'xit riniiily fur your t-a-e Trlh
t. rttui CO., tit 5. Clark St., CHICAGO
New Organs, worth
t ri", $01
I 1 2.1-!iainl Oran
i 1 2d-hanil I'iano
1 id-hand "
)ne Fine Or'an, almost new, worth
loo. at $7i.
j One Good 7-octave square piano,
1 at (75.
j One Good Oran if taken al once,
j at - ).
1717 Sei-ont! Ave. Kock Island.
106 Fifteenth .Street, Moline.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
lat Mcht Regular Monthly Conncll
Citv Corscii. Room, Rock Island.
July 9. The city council met in
adjourned session at 8 p. m.. Mavor
.uciiui presuiing, ana an tne alder
men present except Koss and Roth.
The clerk read the report of the
special committee appointed to in-
speci stanapipes in other cities. It
recounts facts ascertained in relation
to various standpipes, and recom
mends that if a stand pipe is to be
erected to supply our bluff region
mat it be piaeeil in some other loca
tion that the one selected that will
lie less dangerous to propertv in case
of bursting. The report was'received
and ordered placed on file, on motion
of Aid. llladel.
The clerk read the annual report
of the president and secretary of the
Uoek Island l'ulilic library, which
was received and placed on file on
motion of Aid. Kuseuinann.
The clerk read a petition of K. L.
Nailer and other property holders
for a change of grade on Twentieth
street. Referred to the street and
alley committee and city engineer,
on motion of Aid. l'-Iailel.
The clerk read a petition of the
People's Power company for lea' e to
open paved streets to make pipe ex
The clerk read two petitions from
Jacob Seherrer and others asking
watermain extensions, beferred to
the waterworks committee.
The clerk read a petition from
Charlotte Vogel asking that a side
walk on Nineteenth street be relaid.
Referred to the street and alley com
mittee. The Clerk read a petition from
Doerring & Co., asking a rebate on
dramshop license on account of busi
ness interrupted bv tire. Referred
to the claims committee.
The clerk read a document from
Rose Hotter transferring her judg
ment against the city to Mi-rgaret
Doennecke. Received and placed on
lile, on motion of Aid. Maucker.
The clerk read a letter from the
Police Telephone & Singnal company
staring the price of combined lire anii
police alarm boxes is jj.1,10.
Certain citizens interested in the
Twentieth street improvement were
invited to address the council, on
motion of Aid. Johnson, and C. L.
Walker spoke in behalf of the P:;ilev
petition to extend the (i per cent
i;raile some I'OO feet farther, shorten
ing the per cent grade to that ex
Aid. Maucker moved that lh
mayor am! clerk In; authorized to
order an alarm box for use in lluber
& Peetz's addition. Referred to the
police and finance committees on mil
lion of Aid. llladel. with instructions
to ascertain the number of boxes
really needed, and their proper loca
Tlie clerk read a communication
from Judge Adams in relation to the
Twenty-third street improvement as
sessment of James Carl. The mavor
was instructed to make the proper
correction on me collector s hooks,
on motion of Aid. Rladel
The street superintendent was in
structed to clean the fourth avenue
pavement, on motion of Aid. Rladel.
Aid. Nelson ottered a resolution
directing the city clerk to advertise
for proposals for the erection of a
st.'indpipe to contain 30,0'K gallons.
Al l. Maucker moved as a substitute
that the matter be referred to the
waterworks committee, the mayor
and waterworks engineer. with
tower to consult an expert, if neces
sary, and report in due time. Sub
stitute accepted and adopted.
Aid. 1'. II. Schrocder moved that
the matter of the cost of putting in
a load pipe to the Jack fountaiu. be
referred to the waterworks commit
tee to report at the next meeting.
Aid. Cramer offered a resolution
for the establishment of grades on
Twenty-eighth and other streets, and
requiring the street and alley com
mittee to make recommendations.
Adjourned on motion of Aid.
Kennedy. A. 1. Hrcsixc.
A Million Friar ds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have fount! just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consunip-
uon, cougns ami colds, jr you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
il has-wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or monev will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Ilartz
& I'Uemeyer's drug store. Lar"e
bottles 00c and $1.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. K ing's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King s rvew life puis,
P.ucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate togtiaranteetheni
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results ilo not follow their
use. 1 hese remedies have won their
great jxipularity on their merits.
liartz k Lllemeyer, druggists.
BICKLKN8 AKMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped bands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively 2ures piles or
no pay required, ft is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2A cents per box.
r or eaie oy nana t uuemeyer
Drubv, Jnly 10 The people of
Drury and surrounding country are
fast coming to the realization of the
fact that Rock Island affords the best
market for the disposal of produce,
etc., as it was only the other day
that James Hayes was usable to sell
a load of wool at Muscatine. He
could not dispose of it at any price,
as there were no merchants ot tbat
place interested in such merchandise.
and later he sold the wool on the
Rock Island market at a very fair
price. Rock Island is conveniently
near, her varied markets and indus
tries are numberless and her business
men are pretty good people to tie to.
Last week (Jus Anderson lost his
barn and sheds, and hay, corn and
feed to the amount of $500 bv fire.
Mr. Anderson has the sympathy of
the entire neighborhood, and he
should not be backward in his de
mands for any reasonable favor, as
his friends would be only too glad to
J. II. F'ostcr bossts of having the
best corn in Rock Island county,
and, while not a betting man, he'is
willing to bet ice cream at 10 cents a
throw that he has that very corn.
No tips go. but it is safe to assert
that Mr. Foster would have the lone
cm! of a wager.
Ekgingtox, July 12. In viewing
the political situation, it mav be
stated that the democratic ticket is
all right in this neighborhood.
Charley Xegus' coming out last week,
while strictly a visit, anil not a po
litical move, has made for him a host
of new admirers, who are ready to
swear by Charley, for they know he
always exercises the greatest judg
ment and discretion. Si Gordon
will not be called upon to trade
horses or children for votes, and Is
O. K. for a big majority here and
at Reynolds, Illinois City, Buf
falo Prairie, and all surrounding
towns, as is also Marshall and the
balance of the ticket.
Why Eror Krgti Are Made So Thick.
It takes a lens while for a beer kef; to
wear out. It has a tough constitution
and is protected from internal decay by
a coat of pure and hard pitch. The pitch
nsed oil the modern ker is lunch superior
to that formerly nsed. It is clear, taste
less anil tough. An empty Ixvr keg will
stand a great many hard knocks before
the pitch wales off.
The kegs wear out, when they do
wear, externally. They are wit and drv
alternately, ami this promotes decay.
Then thoy get a great deal of nmieces
s:;ry baiiKiii": around between the time
they leave th" brewery and are brought
back again. Everybody, from the driver
ami railroad and steui::bo;:t hands down
to the barkeepers, seems to think the
kegs ate indestructible. A whole car
load of empty k-gs is frequently thrown
Iroia the car oowu to the ground. A
single empty keg is often thrown 11 feet.
It ree.lly isn't necessary to make the
kegs as heavy, so far as the keeping of
the l eer is concerned. They began by
being made heavy in the old "days. The
frewers theu deemed it absolutely rep,
nisite to make them that way to'with
stand the pressure of the later. The verv
fact that they were math) heavy and
clnmsy subjected them to ronsh ban
dling. Now they have to by jiade heavy
nnd extra material has to lie put into
t lie beads and staves simply because of
this handling nnd not from any danger
on account of the internal pressure of
tlie beer. Chicago Tribune.
Home nnd Ahroud.
It is the duty of everyone, whether
at home or traveling for pleasure or
business, to equip himself with the
remedy winch will keep up strength
and prevent illness, and cure such
ills as are liable to come upon all in
every day life. Hood's Sarsaparilla
keeps tlie blood pure ami less liable
to absorb the germs of disease.
Hood's Pills are baud-made, and
perfect in proportion ami appear
ance 25c per box.
Iteriured Exruraion Kntpa to the Kast via
the IS.. V. it. N. Kail way.
National Fdueational Association
meeting, Asbury Park, N. J., July
10-13. istlt. One fare plus - for the
round trip. Jickets on sale from all
stations July 7 ant! X. Good to re-
tarn until July 2'.l.
Annual' meeting Young People's
Society of Christian F.ndeaver, Cleve
land, Ohio, July 11-15, 1894. One
faro for the round trip. Tickets on
sale from all stations July 9 and 10.
Good to return until Aug.'l.
Annual meeting Baptist Young
l'eople's L-nion, Toronto, Out., July
l'J-22, IX'.ll. One fare for the round
trip. Tickets tin sale from all sta
tions July 17 and 1H. Good to return
until Aug. 8.
For further particulars inquire of
station agent or address the under
signed. J. MiiKTtiN,
Geu'l. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
What Will Dolt?
Medical writers claim that the suc
cessful remedy for nasal catarrh
must be non-irritating, easy of ap
plication, and tine that will reach the
remote sores and ulcerated surfaces.
The history of the efforts to treat
catarrh is proof positive that only
one remeiiv lias completely met
these conditions, and that is KIv's
Cream Balm. This safe an! pleas
ant remedy has mastered catarrh as
nothing else has ever done, and both
physicians and patients freely con
cede this fact. Our druggists ketp it
Cholera at s.. I'rlrrsliurR.
ST. PhTinsm ta;, July 10. Thirty-nine
new eases of cholera and thirteen deaths
from the di.swi.se were reported here. Five
new cases were reported at Lkibleu, ia
Davenport Mile Track Kacea July lo. 11,
12 and 13.
On the above dates a special race
track train wid leave the C, R. I. &
P. depot, in Rock Island, at 1:15 p.
m. daily, and run through to Mile
Track. Round trip tickets 35 cents.
A magnilicent list of entries has been
secured for this meeting, and grand
sport is to be expected. Strasser's
band will be in attendance every day.
Ladies free to track and amphithea
tre Tuesday and Wednesday. Re
member the special train leaves at
1:15 and returns after the races.
Kiot at Spragnr, Vt anil.
Minneapolis, July 10. A Spokane
Wush., special to The Journal says: News
bus reached lure from Sprague that a riot
is iu progress there. Non-union men have
been stonnl uud nu engine and several
cars wrecked. Troops have arrived here
from Fort Sh?ru:an and are patrolling
the tracks. Two tr.iius have left on the
Nuitiieru Pacific for the east guarded by
eoldieis. A ciiiz.-us' law and order com
mittee has tiec-u toruied uud many of tlie
sinkers say they will return to work.
1 ire at Lake Geneva.
Lake Gknlva, Wis.. July 10. Fire
broke out iu oue of the upper stories of
the Whiting house, the laigi-st hotel on
the lake, aud within an hour r-tduced the
building to nslies. The hotel property is
ok tied by tlid Whiting estate, but was
n.auaged by Clark & Hart. The loss will
be iu the iieighburhiK-d of i,ilU. The
builuini; was of wood, four stories, uud
was out. of the most commodious anil
popular of the Uoteis skirtini; the lak9.
Strll.:; r:iocr Une llic Torch.
AsilLAM), Ky., July 10. The drum
sheds at the mouth of mine No. I of the
Ashland Coal and Iron Railway compauy
at Uraut, were bururd by stiikiUK Car
ter county coal miners, owiug to the i;u-uoaucrim-tit
by the conijrit.y that ali lueu
occupying ibtir propi-rty aud not comply
ing with their terms, weulu be couvicled.
The llertie Flnsli!
''henh tltin check aiFtim -d a deadly fc 11 -,
And ull the rose lo one n-raU foot w th-Jretr;
Thr cal'rd It h-c'ic; 'ivai a Hint fitmh
More Cxud ard deepcrtliin the maiden blush.'
Thut trrrililr tdiro of roasumTitioti c mett like a
warnini; sit'orl. Ltt no cm disregard it. If
I hey do. tlmn day by dii cmiumpt:on will take
firmer h.-l-.', until it? victim lies ri trnhircd with
the deuil. For a1! d'.ne-pe and wcnkiii'-ei of
th - Innij-, hro-c .1 i. asthma cnuinc ami k'ndrcd
ailments I)r I'irrce'a (;.ld: n Mtd cmI L-iwover;
in a snvi-ri-iira letiitidy.
3 - - - -
twAjrftf tnd timiZar Oosplalsts
ffiPiEiaetiired ancer the rjtriDrp"t
CERKAM ME213AL LAWS,
kroscnaea try eminent physiciatej
DIM & Evnei 1 rr
mm m 1, B a s B a aa m
OnT CPIluinevr.Traf)vnlrMAnrtinT' -'M
1 took al"n on package for Dr. Kiclter's firm : 9
F.Ad. Richter&Co. New York. 9
Z9 ItfliKEST AWARDS . S
12 Branch Bacsea. - - - Own GlancnrV. fl
:.r ard sec y,)r ?n;r i,T not,t vt,0 f
lvorrkr tz. V. S: cuiel Harner hJUi.e
1 narii.i cy. ck Isiaui. 111.
Aaic & Well
,v 1 -."
vJ-t-cl ' SOU-. DBy.'l,-,!
rrwiurra the AlNite liesulfa in SO Ila.s. II acts
powtrtuliy jiiul qtiu-kly. C iin-.s w i.C-n all c.tln rr
in 11. 1 .W117 men will refrain th-ir lost manhood
nnuoiuui. n will rettover their youthful visroi
ey usins VITAL1S. It quickly and surdy re-
Stnr-s Nervous-i. aa. Lost X'lUllitv. Inipoti-ni-V,
Nifrhtly r.mias'ons. Lost Power, Fnilin? Mi-ai-ory,
VVasiinir lnseasi-. nnd all cUcrts of self
aLuse or exces-s and iiiuiscn tion. Wards ell
insimity rout ronsuintition. ltisist on havitijr
VITALIS, no ot t'aa be curried in vi st
pecker. Iy mail. SI.M ?'r rac!;a.-r. or six for
5. (Hi. vrit.-i a posiiite nridco raaraalee t rare
Or rrfand tlie nutiirT. Cir-nl-tr lr-rr. Addttss
uu Jiti iir.j.i.iik i, ttiifhfat, ia.
For anle at Kock I!nd by ITarpi-r Ilonse Phar
na'jt and William Clt nder.in. flruRcift, MoKna.
(soccuasor to n. WZTSDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailcr,
119 Eighteenth Stiet.
MvTFit and Workmanship
autccd tho Best
C -aLun and Rua;riK Done.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
KiDDons. curtains and Carpets. It has
no eiqual for Cleaning House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grca-e Spots
10a Need It. Sam Monsy aril Lstor
FOR 8 ALE EVERYWHERE.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
Address H and H. Des Moines. Iowa.
Lrrry PAIB WAKUIXTCU hj
TCLLET BROS. & CO.,
ItA! a m n ! a'aalCAOO. ILL.
mm J bLnlf
T. H.'JHUMAS, Druggist and Op
tician. Eyes tested free of charge.
WHAT inJ 00 Inl DO
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
MinalactoiEts ci FARM, SPRING AND FRSGET WAG038
a rah aad complrt line of Platform and other Pprtrig W aona. eepecxafly aaaptaatetta
u.ni trade, of paper: or workBu-t:rhl ard finleb lilaatraud fnce lAtl fcaa mm
vtKcauou. chk tLe MUIJAJ b.-fore varchaalnx.
IKCORPOKATSO CICUEE THE fTATB LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Islasd, III.
Open daily from a. m. to A p. and Satsrday evenror rroa 7 to .Yloafe.
Five per cent 1 uterus t pairl on Deposit. Money loaned on PeraonaJ col
lateral or Keai Estate aecurity.
t. L. HITCHXLL, Ff1. ITC. DffNKMANN, Vk frael. J M. HUrXIHO, Gacatat
V. lu michall, r. C. Dankmarm, Jobr Crahatirh, Phil M-.tmrlL II, P. fjnlL L. ttaaoe.
JL W Hnri-t, J. V. Buford. John Voik.
Jacfcaoa . UcaaT. bolieitora.
D gaa btudneaa Jnly 1, lsvi, k& occapy th. wntLcat comer of Mitchell Lrcdc'a mem ka1kra
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose House. ' '
Residence. 410 Seventh street.
SCHMEIL, FAEID01T & SOU,
Painters and Decorators
PAPSE HAUSELS, CALS:mZ2S. etc.
SnO?, 419 i5mit6Cth St, EOCS ISUL1IS. Ili.
vjiLUUUZ Kt'llAiER, Proprietor.
Wtl second Avenue, Uotou of PtxtoMiUi HUvet, . Opposite Uaruv TiMtra.
The choicest Wine. Licuors. Beer and Cicars a! wavi on Htnd
Vraa Lunch Every Dat . BWwaJava ran.lai.wlvB tea Motto.
I. F. BiCUI FIELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gaa Fitters.
IIoaw3 Heatine and Sanitary Flombic. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
.. i r a i l v
wiicimi'u a u
For bale by T. II. Thomas. Druggut, ole agent, ock.Uland, LU.
Call for Rock Islam!
Brewing: Co. Beer
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