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THE ARG0S, THURSDAY. JULY 2G, 1894.
STATE SAVHTG3 BA2HL
cm catMt rmasau itr tt Tan. a
CAPITAL. 1 100.000.00.
a a tea Mull savtnas Baaa, Onanlaaa MM
i PKH OTRST PAllllIfftan
, , ;,0iiMlta4M4wSuwlmra.,-l ,
OpM IM (a. avis I a., asA WMMhU; ana
MatJaf Bifnaa fnunTtotyai
B. A. Asavajaava,
"stlav atu, W. W. Valla,
O. A. Mum, M . A. AlMWurlfc.
J. B. aVI-ros, W. II. A4asa,
Aaaiaw rtifewf. l 9. IhamMf,
II trass Datlluc.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
I BMJa for prtvata partis ta to cardan
a pot of ia wast by lb
Orchard State Bank
af OaCUARD, HXttkABEA .
I. W. Star, rnalonat.
J. B. Dam CasalaT.
atlirhell A Into. Bankara.
i. r. Motoaaoa, Uaaktor Ruck Inland national
ti. t. Carter, t. D. '
takry laatt'a Nut, Wkntoaala dnm,
)ffiliiiai ca anttcilaal.
BATES ft CLXAVZLABD
txtiAj, f -
atlas ottr 40 Million DoUva
of Cm bamU
mU of 8urrrsnip.
Omca-AaaKitoa-a Mock Mock blaarf, Ilia.
aVJFVaxart oar rata; tbry win lavwast yoa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
TnaaU 9bm and Tlava-trta4 Oaaiipaalaa
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rawaaalawkfaatrallabla cosBpaaycaa afore
Taar faaraaaca la aoUdtad.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
READ rLTl jy U WILL
what LnJ tt LnJ do
ll wilt Clrao Sitka and Woolen Goods,
Ribbon, Curtain, and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House. Killing
Molbs and Jietaoving Crease Spots.
Tot Rtsl it. Sam Money tad Labor.
'"' IvIrlTWNInli .
PRICC 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
run z etuis.
Address Hub H. Des Moines, Iowa.
O s" 1
a. e. eoasauT. a. d. oomur.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attornejs at Law.
Offlce aecoad floor, over kUtchell ft Lrndt's
bank. Mono to loan.
Jackson 6c Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OOee la Rook Island National Bank building.
a. . swstaar.
e. l. wtLsaa.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law.
Ofllce la Beagstnn' Block.
Charles J. Soarla,
Attorney at I .aw.
Legal business or all kinds promptly attended
to. Bute's AUoroev of Rock bland eoonty.
Offlce, roatofflaa Block.
McEniry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan Bonej on pood security; mui colluc
tkma. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, banker.
Offlce, Poetoftt.e Block.
R. M. Peaxce,
Rooms 29 and 31 Id Mitchell ft Lynde'a
Building. Take olevalor.
Dr. R. Jay,
(ifllre at tltaaaaro'a llTrry eUbl. Ti lunne
Dr. A Bay,
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Arenne. Telephone, 1170, office
Boars : 1 to 4 p. av and at nlit.
t. a. aouosraDaa, k. d. a. a. babth, a. d.
Dtb. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Cmce 40SBrd at.
Meal dance Tsl Hat at
onim aintTa ?
Or, Barth i Dr. fcollowbuno
. St 10 a.m. I lutolxa.m.
1 to and 7 lo I p. m, itotand? to8p.m.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlce, Whlttaker Block, aonthweat corner
Third sad Brady streeta, Davenport. Iowa
KoonMnaiidl8. Honrs: 9 tolls. m,J to 4p.m.
W. A, Darling,
Knfotit Block, over Kinssbary's store.
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offers for patent drawing. Room I TKCA
Edward L. Ham matt,
Offlce, Room 41, Mitchell A Lynda Balldlng.
Geo. P. Staudunar,
Plana and enpcrlntenrienco for all elavs of
BuiiainKa. Kooma e.i and do, Mitchell A Lynde
Bolidlns. Take elevator.
(8accaaor to H. WAMDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Strueu
MrFit and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best .
Cleaning and Repairing Done
Wll2.PCLkEZ The Greatest Remedi
known lo eolenos for dlneaaw of the M ERVES.
BLOOD and BRAIN the ImportVSta ituSt
Ikaia o? the anatomy that should act In nnlaon.)
Unarmntmd to irmmntlp car Neraoua Proa
t rat loo. Seminal Weakneaa, railing Memory,
Broken Sleep or Reatlaaanein. Headache. General
'leor OebUMy, LOST tHANHOOO,
MlRhtly emlsalons, VarTcooele. Sparniatorrbaia!
PimDlea and all tbe aril eflWta ttt nnthrl
errora, orerwerk and OTer-lndularnoe of any
mr arrwar m mum ana vnmtM
Wfr TAUE AAA RHM MX 900f Ol ClIAaV MX.)
KO CHARGE UNLESS CUBED.
7aW At aflsWiWsa aSM BTt lit tK sMaa..J
eubrafisML If jrovanffer write tons and we win
tll VM thtt raamaiilar aravaaA
WISE PELLET CO.. Si S. Clark S,, CHICAGO.
WILL TRY IT AGAIN.
Senate Democrats Decide
ho nrsTBUcnojra to contebrees.
Only a General Sort of rnderstaadina; That
the Sonata Fmltioa Should Be Main
tainedReciprocity OAera a Way Oat of
the Coal Difficulty, but the "Sugar la
the Gourd" Continues to Remain There
in Proapect for Agreement.
Washington, July 3C. The senate will
accede to tbe request of tbe bouse for an
other conference on tbe tariff bill, and
tbe conferrees will return to tbe meeting
with those of tbe house untramemled by
any specific Instructions whatever. Tbia
was tbe conclusion of tbe Democratic sen
atorial caucus, which adjourned sine die
a few minutes after 5 o'clock p. m. yes
terday after a two days' sitting. While
the caucus did not commit itself to any
definite line of policy in so many words,
the conferrees feel with their Dniocratie
colleagues that they understand what a
majority of them desire, and tbey believe
this to bs that they shall stand substan
tially for the senate bill.
Reprraeute the Geueral Opinion.
This is not tbe individual preference of
niuny, nor iierbajis of a majority of the
Democratic senators, but it represents tbe
opinion of most of them as expressed in
tbe caucus as to tbe only practical course
open to tbe Democrats who thiuk that
the present congress must pass a tariff
bill of Borne kind, whether it be what
they prefer or not. lu other words the
result of the caucus which has just closed
is the re-ascertaining of what was known
when tbe three days' caucus closed last
March that it is impracticable to pass
any tariff bill through the senate which
does not meet tbe deniuuds of the so-called
conservative senators aud tbe Louisiana
Proposition of Jones Accepted.
It became evident soon after the caucus
convened yesterday that the resolution of
Jones to send the bill back to conference
without instructions was the only course
open to the caucus. The other propositions
presented were thoss of Vilas and his
triends, one of which provided for instruc
tions to the senate conferrees to receUe
from tbe one-eighth of a cent differential
on refined sugar without any other change
in the sugar schedule, and the other to
substitute for the present tariff schedule a
duty of 43 per ceut. ad valorem without
any differential, and thot of tbe conserva
tives to instruct the committee to stand
by tbe senate amendments.
Some IHfferencee of Tlew.
Vilas and two or three other senators
opposed the latter course and tbe "con
servative" senators declared absolutely and
emphatically that they would not 'accept
the Vilas proposition to recede from the
differential even though the ad valorem
should be increased to 43 per ceut. or any
other sum within reason. Smith declared
that such n change meant tbe shutting
down of the refineries in bis state, the
throwing of thousands of men out of em
ployment and a general disturbance of
industrial conditions such as he could not
contemplate with composure end would
A Proposition Not Favored.
The Louisiana senators imlicated a will
ingness to accept the substitution of a 45
per cent, duty straight. The proposition
did not, however, meet with general favor
as the wisest course to pursue in view of
the hostility of the Xew Jersey senator
and those who acted with him, aud in
view of the fact that several senators who
stated that they agreed with Vilas in his
opposition to the sugar trust as a matter
of principle, advised in favor of the cessa
tion of all efforts to give formal instruc
tions. Reciprocity as to Coal.
A new phase was given to the discussion
on coal by the proposition that the senate
rate of 40 cents a ton stand, with a pro
viso for admitting coul free from such
countries as make a reciprocity Huree
ment to admit coal from the "United
States free. It was pointed out that this
would give the Canadian coal free ac
cess to this count ry, and yet compel Can -ada
to remit her present duty ou that ar
ticle. The expressions wera so generally
favorable to tbe proposition that it was
regarded as otie of the points on which
a commou ground of agreement iu con
ference could be reached.
There have been few secret conferences
from which so many conflicting reports
emanated, and it was apparent that each
senator took away an understanding to
suit himself as to what implied instruc
tions the conferrees were under. The vote
ou the resolution to send tbe bill to con
ference, agaiu was not unanimous. Sena
tor Vilas and a few others opposing it
and explicitly stipulating that their par
ticipation in the caucus should not be
considered as binding them to support
the report of the conference committee
when agaiu presented.
THE HOUSE LIKES THE ACTION.
A Tendency on the Part of the Represen
tative, to Knd the Controversy.
The action of the senate caucus was re
ceived with much satisfaction by members
of the house, and throughout the eveniug
tbey gathered at tbe public couters aud
discussed the prospect of a speedy settle
ment. Although tbe general understand
ing of members was that the seuators bad
not yielded on iron ore and discuss a reci
procity clause on coal, yet the tendency
was so strong for a termination of tbe
struggle that there was no criticism of
what the senators were expected to do.
Springer said that the caucus' action
would be readily accepted by tbe bouse,
as tbe point had been reached when the
house wanted a bill without auy further
wrangle over details. This tendency in
the bouse to end tbe controversy was very
marked and was participated iu by mem
hers who have heretofore baen unyielding.
It was apparent also that there are many
members who would now prefer to have
tbe senate bill adopted, although they
had heretofore supported tbe house bill
through loyalty to Chairman Wilson and
Bad of a Street Car Tie-Up.
YotJSGSTowx, O., July 20. After a tie
np lasting several weeks owing to a
strike of its employes the Youngstown
Street Car company resumed orerations
with non-union men. Trouble was antici
pated aud while nothing aerious has oc
curred so far an outbreak may occur at
auy time. Ties were piled ou tbe track
at the western terminus of the .rood early
In tbe day by tbe strikers aud cars stoned
la tbe eastern part of the city, but na one
Lyman Trumbull has declined to be
one of the proposed labor commission,
owing to ill health.
John Collins, of Birmingham, Ala,,
with bis daughter went into tbe garden
to investigate a noise. His son heard
them and supposing them to be thieves
shot both fatally.
A member of the French deputies made
a remark during the de bate that tbe pres?
representatives took offense at. They
thereupon withdrew and cast lots as to
Who should challenge the dariug deputy.
Ex-Attorney General Miller says there
is no foundation for the story that. George
M. Pullman was instrumental in securing
the apK)intmeni of Judge Grosscup to tbe
United States bench, and that Judge
Grosscup was appointed solely on bit
William Melville, correspondence clerk
iu the Bank cf California, bas confessed
that during the past thirteen years be has
stolen fSViUcf thelwuk s funds.
At Perry, O. T., tbe thermometer was
115 iu tbe shade Tuesday. .
Steps are being taken at New York to
deport Charles Wiiford Mowbray, the
proselyting anarchist, on tbe ground
that be arrived uuder an assumed name
and entered this country illegally.
Thieves iu a Cleveland. O., hotel re
lieved, W. A. Billings, cf Cedar Rapids,
Iu., of 11,'JUl, which was' in the pockets oi
his vest, hanging up iu bis room.
Mayor I'itzpatrick. of Xew Orleans, lias
sued The Daily States for tllW.OO) for
Arkansas Itepublieans have nominated
II. I Kemtnel for governor.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul (New
York U'juiuu Catuolic) has prohibited ad
mission to membership of any one engaged
in the liquor business. This is iu line
with a recent letter to tbe clergymen of
bis diocese by Bishop Wattersoc, of Ohio,
and indorsed, on appeal, by the apostolic
delegnte. Mgr. Satolli.
The Vigilant broke the throat or her
gaff in her twelfth race with tbe Britannia,
which accounted for the latter gaining ou
her competitor. The damage could not
le repaired in time for Wednesday's race.
A full-grown St. Bernard dog atticked
and nearly killed C year-old George lltr
nett at Washington, when the father
appeared with a base ball bat aud
rescued the child.. The animal
then attacked Barnett, who in
striking ut the brute kuo. ked his wife
down aud the dog was tiually killed by a
The creditors of tbe Godfrey & Clark
Paper Manufacturing company, which
failed at Pittsburg, will get four mills ou
the dollar of their claims.
The Mosquito Indians near Bluefields,
Nicaragua, jt is now alleged, are going to
ask L'ncle Sum's protection againl .N;
caragua. lousiness In China.
English merchants are in a very differ
ent pos-itiou from that they occupied
only SO years ao. Then a part tier iu
any of the great firms made a fortune iu
a few years. Kow the volume of trade
has not ouly steadily decreased, but prices
have fallen to an almost nnremuncrative
level. We have to f ac e continental com
petition and notably that of the Ger
mans. India and Japan send cotton and
cotton goods, taking advantage of the
cheapness of labor.
China to a la:-e extent begins to frrow
its own opium, ami the severe laws
against smnKlinp; are more rigidly en
forced. On the other liaad. the exports
of tea are fast falling away, and we are
actually importing tea into China. The
Chinese tea gardens have been neglected,
and the inferior qualities cannot com
pete with the more scientific cultivation
in India and Ceylon. The government
has never done any tiling for its tea grow
ers, but partly apparently from senti
ment and tradition it continues to foster
the production of silk.
An article of import that has had an
extraordinary impulse is kerosene oil.
Formerly the Chinaman lighted his airy
dwelling wiih the glimmer of a gutter
ing tallow candle or of homemade rush
lights. Now, frugal as he is, Le almost
nuiversally indulges in the cheap luxury
of a kerosene lamp. Saturday Iieview.
A l-tt, r I'roin Henry Clay.
Mr. A. D. IIaga::s of Kingwood, W.
Va., has carefully preserved an auto
graph which Henry Clay wrote him over
half a century ago. It reads:
A -.iu.am, i;th Juno, 1S14.
Deah Slit -Your fiieiirily letter merits a
respectful uektiowleiltcnietit, Lui m cumimvc
is uiy corrcriuntleiit-e nnl so c o:Mniit and va
rious my occupations p.nd eiiitemcius that I
must be necesMrily very brief. 1 urn thankful
lor the (jood opinion you entertain of me. Din
ing a lone and urduons life, now rapidly tend
iiiK ton close, it lias been a treat support ami
a cliiHriii:r consolation to me lo enjoy ihc good
opinion of irood men. 1 have pafsed nwiny
hours In doubt, s-ome ulmost in despoir. of the
power of triuhuiifl .UiMice over taUviioud ami
wronc. And yet the irencral inclination of my
minil and IvrliiiKK litis been to the briclit side
of the human picture. And I still hope to live
to witness the triumph of honor, probity, fidel
ity and patriotism. That yon may enjoy a
long, prosperous and happy life is the fervent
wish of your friend and ob-serv't,
. , , .. II. Clat.
Alpheus D. Ilagans, E.q.
Three little maidr (ram ecuco' fre we.
Free from paics of all d cr p ion;
But nee we we'e tick as tick could be
Cured by the "Favorite Prescript on."
It is a certain panacea
For all the ills of womncliood,
Try a bottle with good cheer;
We know that I; will do yoa Rood .
Dr. K. V Picrec : Dear Sir -My daughter had
been a'ck all her life, and the older the grew the
woree cne wa un'il tbe was the picture cf desth;
the thyaicUna could not do her any tood. I
heard of your "Favorite Pfesdrlptlon" for women,
and I gave her three bjttle , and now rhe la a
perfectly healthy g!r Have recomnenel it to
a great many .utrertrs from'fema'e complaints,"
and it bat cared them. I think it 1 the greatest
medicine in the world, and I have never found
anything te compare w th it
Una. M. J. Uoro,
Wcs.'on, Copiah Co,, atiaa.
Royal Baby'1 Kye Whisky
Is s "Rye as Is a Bye," naturally ripened and
re from all foreign flavor and adulterants, roar
an toed pare and over eleven years of age, recom
mended to tbe connoisseur at a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, conva
leseenta and the aged. See that our nam Is
blown hi bottle . f 1.00 per quart bottle.
"ROTAL RUBY" PORT WINE,
pure, old aod me'.low, therefore best adapted for
Invalids, convalescents and the aged. It rector as
loat vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds
op the weak and debilitated. Quarts, fl. Pints,
00 cents. Pat np on honor and guaranteed by
ROTAL WINK, CO., Chicaao.
For sale at Harper Boose Pharmacy, and by
Willi. Clendenia, Mollne.
MARKETS BY TtLtGKAfH. I .
ew York Financial.
Nr.w York, July S3.
Money on cal! easy. OftVrel at 1 r cent.
Prime mercantile puper r rent;
sterling exebauire firm with actual husiuesa
in bankers' hill, 4H-si(,U for demand aud Is7
(SU;Si Ut siaty ouy; j-.-u-d rates ttifj.
Commercial hills is hi iti.
ti.ver certituauoa, UI.'A'i. no sales; bar t-il-vcr,
llciicu J. .llur.s
United r-utes binds. S"a regular. ilK;
do .Vs coupons, liy; do ' regular. Ill;
Is coupons lli',4; do S M bid; 1'a-iuo
6's of lill bid.
Chicago Crain anil Produce.
Clin AGO. July V.
Following w. re the ;uotatl..in u the
Board of Trail to lay: Wneat-Ju!y. 0ened
M'ac. elowd S4-ptctuller. opened .'
cltwed f-"-1;, ifct?mber. opeti-d rhmed
Chc. Coru-July. opened ;Vl4C, chned al c;
September, njieiied 44Hr". closed taljc: Slay,
opened HSjc. chl Oats-July,
ouet Sit.,--, closed l.V4ir. August, opened
SSc, iWl -77;e; Septeuib-r, o peued Sv,
closed -Tic. l urk July, opened f 12 ."2
closed SI2.V2;: S pteinb r. opened $12 .V."';,
closed 81-'.. 2-4. Lard-July, opened Sti.oi:
Produce: lint ter Fan ry separator. IV
per Hi; fancy dairy, l.V; packing stock,
luilv. Kggs Fresh, We per dor- Lire
puultiy riui kvu. M.ige per lb: sprinic chick
ens, Ihi'i. Uc: ducks. 0S.-tf.Ic; tuik.ys. u.iJh
,ees, M.ir,;',-;.(l p.-r !or Potatoes-New,
Ko 1.2.'iit.l.7. iH-r bbl: Ohio. fcl.Siil 40.
lied raspberri.-s. l.Sil.7. .r Sl-it case
hluck ruspbt-ri'itn, Idiuois. fl.l'1 ill t lu-
0, t oise: black Iwriios. eaily harvest, tl.i
1. M r Iti-nt cas. New le-i-;S0,;2ie .er
Sr-bu box. Honey While clover. Mb mo
tions, nSri; 12'sjo per :b; broken corah, lc5a
lie; dark couili, good coa lition, luloc;
drained Caiiioruia, iie'ic.
Chicago Live Mock.
CliiCAio. July 25.
Live Mock Pries at the Union Mock
Yards today ranged as fuHows: Hde Esti
mated receipt lor tlu dv 27,iid: sales ranged
at fl.H(..il.a piL-. .jn,j.2.i li-ht. l.nu.4.)
rotvh packing. $l.s.V.M. mixed, nud Sl.fij
5.15 h-avy p.iek.us aud -bippiiii; lot.
Cattle Iteccipts for the dav H.iHr, quota
tions ranged at fl.iil i5.i j cboles to extra
shipping steers, $i.:U')l.iu cwi to choicddo
t. 15 f:r toRo l. Jl3i;(as.-, coairuon to
mtiliuin do. S'i.M:n;i buti-hers' steers. f2.25
foo.) stokers. 9Nui.t3 feeders, S1.2)rf
:i.lucuws, t2.io.i;;.iii heifers, tl.r.(,i..V buihi,
Sl.7.Vsji.l'J 'iexai btei-ra, and 18.104.22.168 vcai
Sheep and Lamb?- Kwi-ipts for tUe day,
7.IMI; pnes ram:- I at $2.UD03 7J western,
f l.rQ. 1-J Ti-x.ius, S2.jUuV4.0J nativej,aud ;i5J
lb Lurail Markets.
Oat- ?lsr4ilc; re w, 2?V(j.2Sr
Hnr Tunotal f 1!. u.u.. S10a$l2; wild. IS
ttSK'ielah ja;6: baled. J9
Br.tter Fair Ui choice, Vt ; erean-ary, 17 .
Kcirs rrain. 10c.
Pou'.trj- Spriiig ihlckcus, large, ft W per
TBCIT aSD VLblTAELXS.
Onion 7 per ha
Bidcberr:e, t i a rai?.
CitOe natrbcra pay for e fan aierr
4J'-Je; eoa and neifi a, 2aVc calvt
iheep 4ou V
Mpring lamb, ft 6" C$6 a head.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Eiiociaiy in tlio.Mj wohu u who cro
always at vt:rk upon public opini n by
letters, r."peeoltt and writings uixsop
positiuu to woiiiiiu suff rage tei-m sv lrish
and mirrcw. Tin y ix.-rc-ise the largest
liberty of affecting the public for tiie.n
s 'hvs, but they would deny to tho
nia-ses of women even the secret ballot.
Kudy's Pile Suppository is pnaran
teed to cure piles aud constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
lox. Send stamp for circular aud
free sample to Martin Kudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. II. Thomas
and Hartz & Dahusen, drujrp-istg,
Rock Island. 111.
Wash Your Face with
A pore antiseptic, medicine! toilet soap
for daily use. It embodies as far
as soap can tbe .
20 years pracli-1
treating the Skin have proven
most beneficial. Druggists sell it,
A book on Dermatology witii every cake.
Woodbury's Facial Soap
Aade m Well
nnuu iota say.
ivu u OTi r a m
" Both Day.
ITO tarra f lie Inore Keaulls ia SO Da, a. It acta
TKiwcrfully aud quickly. Cures when all others
tuil. Y miss men will regain their lost manhood,
and old men will recover their youthful vicoi
by using VITALIS. It quickly aud surely re
stores Nervousness, Tnst Vitality. Impotency,
NiRhtly Kmiasions. Iist Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, snd all etlccts of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oB
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS, no other. Con be carried in vest
pocket, by mail, f 1.00 per packas-e. or six for
f&.OO. with a poattite writlea ajaaraatee le rare
r reread the money. Clreiilnr free. Address
CALL SET Ktatiir CoariKV, Chicago uL
Foraale at Rock Ialand by Harper Bouse Phsr
macy and William Clendcnin, Drngeiat, Holloa.
WuhM ZvtrytMag Ttm a Flai
Silk n&nlkarcMof to Oircru Tent
LaM Cutaioi a Scsdalt,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
v. M. & I J. Parker
Telephone No. 12 14.
r- r, .
sura. - sr l iiy
Vl ITS'- m7i aBav AC I I
. ' 1
la the Lest xeseciy for
nil compIai&U peculiar
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSr.
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
HKATl.NO 151) VENT1LATIKQ EsiUlXbltS.
A complete line of Pipe, Drass Goods,
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS lil.OCK, Moline, I!l.
aVi.7 ZFi iL'kJV a " " rvnn. lii-. i,-h a, y. ,.n. . .. .'. r : .' :.' '
J fi tl V'.'i"'"'"''." Urkel l ,.1,4. uZr.
, CSU V 23 H dnn-ui.'l I. ,.. .-.. rlri.. miai v. -n.;,.,. , , r..,.
f - J 'Tniir-t'miiliiMwr.ifli i'ad lo tnnrui.i r. .ii., tie 11 ; 1, ., .
UaokL AM At TOt fMMJ. Adr5iluatVafTEU. " '
?or sale in Rock Island It Harts &
T. F. UURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Healing
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, I1L Tel. So. 1288
f ole Agent, for tbe Funnaa.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avonnc..
Carpenter and Buildev,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXT1I AVEXUE,
8hop on Vine Street
Opera, JE3Lo tuse JBaloon
UEOIIUE BCHJjqCR, Proprietor.
101 sacond Avenue, Cornaf of SUteactli Btrawt, . Oj (Otlta HtriXTH rita'-ra.
The choicest Wins. Liquors. Beer and Cigars a!wav3 on H.rJ
ttm Lane. Kvarr Ua, . n r.n.l.ro. nM t hatim
8EIVER3 & ANDEBSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
vm Kd ha9 TwWlrvli Krmmt. tH-K 1-1 a
City TBus and Express Line.
For Bos or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TIgnSTIT.AgB ft EPEIfCEB. Fro
A TQdClL IKIOK worth
roi.I.tKtt, sent (or lu rente la
' Sealed Cavt loic.
$1 P. r I-.lt at I'ru;i4jL
LOc Trial rke s nt by a. lib
Letters for a4vire 3rVr4
"Conalt'.BR Ieparteiit" are
era by our physicians only.
o fOi v&cmt CO.
II. U. I clnisn, rice jr,
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best ro.iur.j.ed T,t.-iKi hm r.t
west of Chicago.
112, 114 West Ke vent, i,tl, ftn,-.,
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Stf, UU'l 'ilei
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1E03 Second Avevuti
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