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THIS ABGU8, TtfECDAT, FEBIttJAIlT 8, 1C0B.
Batata of Charles Ctto. Deceased.
' The aadanlgrxd hntM eeea appointed
mraistratnx at the estate of Caerlrs
Otto, lata of the Bounty of Hock Islaad, ata a
f Jlttaoia, deceased, hereby ghrea actios that fee
win appear before the county court of Kock Island
pea sty, at the office of the clerk of aaid coon, ia
tka city of Rock lalaod. at the April trrai oa
tka Int Monday in April next, at which ttsae
an aereoat haricg clalma sea nat aatd aetata arc
Borises aad req'ieited to attend, for the purpose
af having the name adjusted. An persons in
debted to aald estite are reqoeatad to make Ik
edlafe payment to the andersiroed
Dated taw lSta day of January, A. D. 1865.
ELIZABETH OTTO. Administratrix.
Tttate of John O'Brien, deceased.
The nndonlg-oed hs-ting been appointe d eiee
ajtor of the last will and testament of John
O'Brien late of the connty of Hccc Inland. state
- ef Illinois. decss. hereby elves notife lhat he
will appear before the ooanty court of Kock Irl
and connty. at the office of the clerk rf raid emit,
in the city or Reck I alind, at toe March term, on
the flrat Monday ia March nes", at ah'ch time all
pa none having elaime eraicst raid Mate are no
illed and reqietted to sttetd, f jr the parpoee of
hannf the aame adjusted.
All persons indebted to fall eetate are re
sjuered to make Itaaed at? payment to the oa
Dated this 28th day of December. A. D.. ISM.
ANDBE O BK.EN, Executor.
state of Bana ElcfekH. decaaaad.
TheanderaiirDed having been appointed exeea.
trix of the last will and testament of Hans Ein
feldt, late of tte county of Boca Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby givi a notice
that she will appear before tbe connty court of
Rock Island connty, at the office of the clerk of
aid conn, in tbe city of Beck Island, at the
March teim, on the drat Monday In March next,
at which time all persons hiving claims against
said aetata are notified and requested to attend
for the parpoee of having the same adjusted.
All oereone Indebted to aatd estate are re
awested to make Immediate payment to the an.
Dated this 24'h da o December. A. D. 1804.
CAKOLISE ElXPaLDT. Kxee trix.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe rlty
clerk's office, Hoce Island, III., until Monday,
Pes. 4, 1886. at 6 o'clock p. m.. for constructing
the separate improvements ordered by ordinances
af said ctt. entitled as follows:
"An ordinance for the Improvement of Thir
tieth stteet from Ibe south line of Fifth t venue
to i he north line of teventb avenue, all in tie
city of Rock Island, state of Iilinoi-,' passed
Jan. 11, li-
An ordinance for the improvement of Seventh
avenue from tbe eat line of Seventeenth street
to the west line of Twentieth street, and from the
east l:ne of Twentieth street to tbe west line of
Twenty-third street, all In the city of Rock Isl
and, state of Illinois," pawd Jan. II. 1MB.
MAa ordinance for the Imprnvoaieiit of Twelfth
street from the snath line of Kourth avenue to
the south corporate limit of the cly of Kick Isl
and, state of Illinois." passed Jan. 11. 1C95
And for famishing all the materials aud doinv
tbe work accordinc to plans and specifications oa
le at the city clerk's office.
Blank bids will be furnished on application.
Bids must be separate for each improvement
above specified, and most be accompanied with
a certified check n tne aum of five hundred
(S'OO) dollars, payable to the order of the mayor
of said city, which shall become forfeited to said
City, incase tt.e bidder shall fail to enter i'to
contract with auproved sureties to cut cute the
work for the price mentioned In his bid and ac
cording to the plans and specificatis in tbe
event that the contract shall be awarded to him.
Contractors. are reaulrcd to furnish samples of
svick, with which work is to be done Krick
sed In thi work must correspond with the sam
ples in quality and slvle.
Kock island. 111.. Jan. 14. 1ST5.
A. 1). HUBSING. City Clerk.
Huesing c Hoeft
Representing imong other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester, N T
Westchester Fire New York
Buffalo Oer tan " ...Bnffaio. N Y
; Spring ttordoa " Philadelphia
verman rire " Peoria. Ill
Mew Hampshire Manrhe-ter N H
Milwaukee Mechanics ' Miltraneen. Wis
( Security " New Haven, Coun
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenne, secon floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HATES' & CEB&VUABB
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Tire Ufa, Tornado.
j Emplojer'a Liability
I rnovm a vrvn
Bonda of 8arwryanlp.
OPnckBeogstoa's block Sock Islaad, in,
aaarajetare eat ratea; tney will interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
IneaM lire aad Tteerled Cempaides
Iawmsss Promptly Paid.
I mw as any reliable eompaayeaa
Tear ratrnaaaa la aolteMed.
yltSom XTtrytUag Tern Fls
Z2t EndiiTchlef to a CireuTtnt.
Im tatalu Bpwdalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. U, PARKER.
rdephone No. 1214.
fie price cbcd jcr tie crfaj
fradetokecos. will Jisd ftis
Irand superior fo iJl ctteisS
beware or iMiraicns.
. a. ooitsxi.y. a. a. cowaaiXT.
Connelly & Connelly.
Attorneys &t Law.
once second foot, over Mitcten h Lyidili
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Borat
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rook Island National Bank bnfldlnr.
a. a. swbbjib. a l. waLann.
Sweeney 6c "Walker,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law
OfUce la Ben Baton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lreal bnslness of all kinds promptly actenevd
lo. state's Attorney at Boca Island cuanty.
Offlce, toatoace Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa noner on nod eeenrity: maae eollee-
t!mm, Reforenex, Mitchell at Lsnoe, bankers.
umoa, roatomce nuoca.
Dr. R. Jay,
Offlce at BUaeaen's livery stable. Telcpaore
E I. Marstoa, M. D.
Office over Harts ft Cllemeyer's droj store.
Residence T32 Twenty-fonrth street. Offlce
telephone 1UB7. Residence telephone 184.
Offlce hoars 9 to 11 am and t to 4 and to 8 p m
Dr. B.O. Miller,
Over 30 years experience. Makts marvelous
caret In Aeate and Chronic diseases. RBiuaansa
and 5euaL6ia Included. Olce 15011 Second av.
Cfllee honrs 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Dr. Chaa. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, WhrttakaT Block, soathwest corner
Third aad Brady streets, Davenport, Iowa
IT aad It. Honrs: Inlli m 1 to 4 p. m.
f . a. aoLxowstraa, a. d. a. a. Baara, b, d.
Drs. Barth & BoUowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Clhee 4Pttrd st,
te 10 a.m. I lutol4a.sa,
1 tot aM 7 to sp. m, t talaedt bSp,m.
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Rnnsa T M f! A Bniidlnc, cor Third arenae
and Nineteenth a re t.
Edward L Ram matt,
41. Mitchell a LraxSe BsiktlBC.
Geo. P. Standnhar.
Flaae aad eepetttrtendence far all class of
BalldtBga. Rooms sj and as, MJickeil a kyada
BaildlBsT. Take elevator.
Moom 4, Mitchell ft Lynde's building.
R. 1L Pearce,
Boosae and 31 la MttcaeU a Lyadei i
BaiMBS. Take elevator
FEU ALE PILLS.
Aaew.reUMS and saw reAx lor sl
srsmaasjr y or saiara vara
m nssd ay ever ae.eee
kly. Iwrlenreasa jgesx
aver. ft. rr boa. or t.-ai ku SV. Bset
mill la puis wrappar. Sarin SB
atsaaas f oraarttevlsrs. sd Wlnj
ewntAawir: mttM Hrnni
Sold by Harta A- TJllemeyer.
NOW COMES REED.
Maine Statesman and Finan
cier Has a Scheme.
A BILL WITH. 0HLY WO SECTI05S.
Prwvldes far the Isasmnee f Govern saent 3
Per Cwt "Coin" Bcriai s Tide Over the
DifBealty AsmI Here Caanea Carlble and
Pays the DiOtrnlly Dawsn't Exist, far
There Will Be srx;,ooo,OCO Carplavs oa
Dee. 31.1S3 Hatlonal Motes.
Washigstos, Feb. 5 Calculations of
the supporters and opponents of tbe new
administration Unancial bill bare been up
set by the Interjection of a new factor into
las campaign. Reed of Maine, tbe Re
publican leader, bus brought forward a
n?w plan for which be is endeavoring to
enlist tbe entire strength of bis party,
and which be will offer as a substitute for
she administration scheme if be thinks
his plnn can command sufficient support
to make it a factor in the fight. There
are but two sections to the Reed plan in
the form in which he has snbmitted it to
bis colleagues. The first proposes to re
strict the law of 1875, which authorizes
the secretary of the treasury to issue bonds
ti redeem the greenbacks, to 3 per cent,
4reranaesit 3 Per Cent. Srrlp.
The second section authai-izj; tiic srre
liry of the tieisury. when tliero is a de
ficit, to issue certificates of intK'b:e Iness
to pay current expenses, the certiorates to
bi in sums vf (59 and tl 0, nn;l any
multiples thareof, Learing ir.trr'ss t.t 3
per cent, and payable in "coia." The hill,
as Reed explained to the Republicans
whose support bo sought, is but n tem
porary expedient to tide over the present
distress. Tho substitution of "coin" for
the gold provisions of the administration
plun is expected to win for it the tolera
tion if not the support of the free silver
men, who bitterly oppose all propositions
to discriminate by stipulation in any bill
in favor of gold. Its comparative sim
plicity, it is expected, will commend the
bill to tho house in preference to mors
steed at Work for Bis Idea.
Reed devoted himself assiduously
throughout the day to clonk -room consul
tations with the Republicans. He first
endeavored to elicit the opiuions of the
gold men and then talked to tho silver
men. The measure of his success is diffi
cult to estimate. Tho plan is to offer
the bill as a substitute for the admin-s-tration
bill, and by polling tho solid Re
publican vote while the Democrats are
divided on the administration bill make
it the most formidable proposition in the
held, and perhaps induce the Democratic
opponents of the administration bill to
rally to its support. Chairman springer
and his colleagues have counted on most
of the Republican votes for the adminis
tration bill and have prophesied that it
would poll about the same support that
was given to the repeal of the purchasing
clause of the Sherman act.
Silver Senators Noticeably Active. -Interest
in I ho financial question about
the senate centered in tbe activity of the
silver senators, nnl tho frequent consulta
tions held by them. This, taken in con
nection with the call issued by Voorhees,
for a meeting of the finance committee
today, led to the general supposition that
an attempt would be made by the silver
advocates on the committee to secure the
reporting of a free silver bill. Inquiry
among tho members of tho committee
failed to develop absolute assurance that
the effort would be made, but enough
was said in many quarters to indicate
that tho general supposition was not
without good foundation and to Justify
the statement that the silver men are very
hopeful of bringing a free coinage bill out
of the committee, if not at day's meeting
at tho next one to be held.
TREASURY OFFICIALS SERENE.
They Have Fiarared Out m Sarnie of 33,-
COO.OOO So Bond base Yet.
A spirit of serenity pervaded the treas
ury department that was quite in contrast
with the anxious looks and hurried move
ments of the officials last week. Secretary
Carlisle was in his office and saw all
comers, which he has been nnable to do
for some time past. In answer to all in.
quiries Carlisle stated that he had noth
ing to sny on the financial situation. As
sistant Secretary Curtis, who has returned
from New York, was also in his office and
accessible to ail callers. He, however.
would not sny whether his mission in New
York had been successful. ek far as can
be learned no steps have been taken to
prepare plates for another issue.
But tbe thing that gave the officials
most satisfaction was Secretary Carlisle's
report to tbe senate that there would be a
surplus of '.2,.00,ai on Dec 81, Itfitt.
Trcsury officials generally express the
opinion that recretary Carlisle's estimate
is conservative. It is urged that the cus
toms duty on sugar alone should bring in
at least fiio.OUO.OUu during the next eleven
months and that the revenue from the
income tax is likely to reach 340,000,000.
The receipts from general customs and
from whisky withdrawals arc expected to
materially increase from now on, which
it Is believed will bring the receipts for
tbe twelve months np to about t3SO,50U,-
Tbe disbursements for the year. It is
thought, will not exceed 3351,000,000, leav
ing a surplus after deducting the 17.000,-
000 deficit for last January of tU2. 500, U0U
The internal revenue officials, in figuring
on the receipts from income taxation, esti
mate that the returns prior to July 1 will
amount to 10,000,000, and for tbe re
maining six months 30, 000,0 a
OFFICERS SHOWED BAD JUDGMENT.
Shoald Met Bare Gone H mating la Chhaa
a TOM critical Tiane.
Washington, Feb. 5. The report from
Shanghai that a hunting party from the
United States ship Concord has been over
powered and carried off by the natives
near Chin Kiang because they bad acci
dentally shot a Chinaman, although not
yet officially confirmed baa given rise to
grave concern at the navy and state de
partments. Chin Kiang lies an the Tang
Tse river, 144 miles above Shanghai and
just below tbe Grand canaL Tbe country
is famous for its game, and whenever a
naval vessel ia in tbe harbor the officers
avail themselves of the opportunity to
It ia felt at tbe state department, how
ever, that the officers ot the Concord
showed very bad jodginent In indulging
in their desire for sport while the country
is sodavtorbed and the nativca are so jeal
ous of tbe presence of foreigners. It is
r. jl believed, however, that tbe party Is in
great danger if the commander of the Con
cord shows prudence in dealing with tbe
Brief wf Coog ewsasesja Prewcetsjam,
Wasbtsstox, Feb. & Secretary Car
lisle sent to the senate a statement that
there would tie a surplus at tbe end of
this year of 33,500,000, after paying off
last year's deficit. Tbe credentials of
Senator Nelson, from Minnesota, were
presented. The honse bill for a military
park at Gettysburg was passed; also the
bill to regulate navigation on tbe lakes.
Tbe District appropriation bill consumed
tbe balance of tbe day.
The bouse adopted the conference re
ports on the fortifications and army ap
propriations. A special order was car
ried for debate on the currency bill to
day, tomorrow and Thursday. The omni
bus war claims bill was defeated, and the
asrricultural appropriation passed. More
Hawaiian correspondence was laid be
fore the house. Hall of Missouri charac
terized a statement of Hatch as a false
hood and the sergeant-at-arms had to in
terfere to prevent a row.
Amoant of Beads To Be leaned.
VTashisstos, Feb. 6 The amount of
bonds which tbe administration contem
plates issuing and may give notice of at
any time now is 3100,000,000 of 4 per cents.,
to run thirty years. Arrangements, it is
believed have been practically concluded
assuring the government that these bonds
wi'.l be paid for with foreign gold.
Kosnlnarleoa Favorably Received.
Wasuixgtos, Feb. 6. The senate judl
tinty committee has voted to report favor
nblv the nominations ot Holmes Conrad,
of Virginia, lor solicitor general, and L
M. Dickinson, of Tennessee, for assistant
CLUNG TO THE FORLORN HOPE.
Tag Goes in Search or the Ghostly Hall of
the Chtoora aaut Folia.
Chicago, Feb. 5 At 11:15 a. m. yester
day the Dunham tug T. T. Morford forced
her way through tho river ice and ont
into the almost interminable floes in the
lake on a reconnoitering trip. Tbe destina
tion of this stanch tug was uncertain.
She was to proceed as far as possible
through tho ice, following a routo laid
ont by Captain Graham. Aboard her
were at least three men who anticipated
that tho trip would reveal some informa
tion concerning the missing steamer
Chicora. They were W. J. Hancock, clerk
of the Chicora; M. B. Rice and "Doc"
Ballengcr. Tho latter is a relative of
Druggist Pease, of St. Joseph, and all are
acquainted with a majority of the occu
pants of the lost steamur.
Undismayed by the certain report from
South Chicago that tho dark maw out in
the lake supposed to be the hulk of the
Chicora had disappeared, and was thonght
to be but a dirty, sooty snowbank occa
sionally the resting place of fatigued
gulls, this trio ot determined men sat in
tho pilot-house of the Morford and told
their plans for the search and then took
the post of lookout as the tug smashed
her way through the drift ice. A crowd
on the dock watched the tug until she dis
appeared in the wilderness of floating ice
and then it watched her smoke.
In an interview Mayer, one of the at
torneys for the stockholders' committee,
said tbe stockholders will immediately
proceed to reorganization of the company.
A thorough investigation of the books of
the company will also bo made. Judge
(Trosscup, after an informal conference
with the new receivers, stated that the
trust would be run on business principles
and tbe affairs of the company be con
ducted as nothing had happened. There
falls due today 31,000,000 of the bonds is
sued last summer. They will be renewed.
Rebate vouchers will be paid as they fall
due, if the receivers can see their way
A ROMANCE IN SCARLET.
Two It rot hers Separated ia Childhood bat
Later Marry Sisters. a- -
Pout Jebvis, N. Y., Feb. 5. Tho wed
ding of tbe Rev. George Washington
Scarlet, pastor of the Reformed Church,
in New Hurley, and Miss Laura Tuice,
the 19-ycnr-oId daughter of bis house
keeper, adds another link to the chain of
romance with which tbe dominie is con
nected. Ho and bis brother, John Adams
Scarlet, were found parentl'3ss at a tender
ago and taken to a orphan home in New
ark, X. J. They were too young to toll
their own story or give their names. Be
cause of tho red kilts which they wore
they were called "Scarlet," and the name
ticorge Washington was given to the
elder, while John Adams was applied tc
The boys were in a short time adopted
by farmers living in tbe same Pennsyl
vania county, unknown to each other.and
for two years tbe boys were unconscious
ly within a few miles of each other. They
were sent to Rntger's college. There they
made good records for themselves, and
were encouraged to study for the minis
try. Their professional studies ended,
they married sisters and entered upon tho
active duties of their chosen calling. Tbe
first wife of the Rev. G. W. Scarlet died
about six months ago from injuries sus
tained by a falL Tbe sentiment of the
congregation against the dominie for
marrying his housekeeper's daughter, es
pecially so soon after the death of his wife,
was so strong that he resigned his charge.
Well-Kaowa Showneaat Dead.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Feb. 6. Daniel
Shelby, manager of the Music hall in this
city, died suddenly of heart disease, aged
57 years. He was well known in the
theatrical profession, having managed
houses in New York, Buffalo and Chicago.
Daring his residence in Buffalo he was an
intimate friend of Grover Cleveland. A
wife and son survive him. Mrs. Shelby,
bis wife, is now singing with an opera
company. Shelby's home was in New
Jtotbiac Startllas froaa
Cirr of Mexico, Feb. 5. In spite of
the many announcements that yesterday
was set for a definite declaration In the
Guatemalan embroglio, nothing has
transpired np to this writing and a state
ment of policy is not looked for now until
today. A labor demonstration was held.
and same ten thousand men with banners
aad bands marched to the palace and call
ing ont President Dias tendered their ser
vices to tbe country in case of war with
BHADFjUD. Pa.. Feb. 6. In
wrestling match here last night Cannon
beat Rosa, winning three out of 3ve talis.
. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS
Jack Dempaey, tbe "XonpareU." Dt is
stated, la liable to end his life a vnawtae,
He is declared by the doctor to be in
a state of melancholia that makes It un
safe to leave him alone.
The Phoenix glass factory at Menace.
Pa., burned to the ground. Loos, 3175,-
Obituary: At Moweaqna, Ills., James
G. Stewart, 63. At Houston. Tex.. Mrs.
Henry McKennan, of Baraboo, Wis, At
Columbus, I :L, David Cohen, 81. At
carroiiton, ills , George B. 1'rice, MX
Central and Southern Illinois and In
diana are flooded with "green goods" cir
culars, inclosing an alleged counterfeit
bill as a sample, which is declared to be a
The B'nai B'rith of Illinois, Michigan,
Wisconsin. Iowa and Nebracka met at
Omaha and elected these officers: Presi
dent, S. Filtx, of Kalamasoo, Mich. ; first
vice president. Rev. A. Nordon. second
vice president, S. Lubliner; secretary, E.
C. lianiburgfr; treasurer, David Fish, all
A large party of negroes from Alabama
is on its way to Mexico to raise cotton.
The Swedish Lutheran church at Du
luth, Minn., burned during the Sunday
school session. The fifty children escaped
just in time to avoid the falling roof.
As a result ot the crusade started bv
Evangelist Tracy all tho saloons and
gambling houses in St. Joseph, Ma. were
closed promptly at midnight, Saturday
evening, and remained closed all day Sun
day. New York police raided the billiard
rooms of Maurice Daly and Georgo Sios-
son. Forty-three players were arrested at
the latter place.
Jacob S. Coiey. of Massillon. O.. lec
tured at Milwaukee on the "On to Wash
At Excelsior Springs, Mo., it is proposed
to revive the custom of ringing tbe cur
few bell at an early hour in the evening
as a signal for children to leave the streets
snd go to their homes.
The Minneapolis branch of the Moline
Plow works was burned. Loss, 3100,000
By two explosions of gas In the River
side furnace at Steubenville, O., several
men were severely burned and one, at
least Pat Timlin will die.
The severe earthquake shocks which
havo been felt in the district ot Tuxtcpcc,
Mexico, almost daily for the past tour
weeks, are becoming moie frequent and
severe. Almost every house in the town
of Tuxtepec is in ruins and the damage
will amount to many thousands.
Corn new. 439t5e,
nav TimoUiv. 3190318: nnl end. Biaatll:
wttd.as10;slongU. aaa37; baled. $.
raCR AXD VXQETABLZa.
Onions 30c per oa.
BaOar Fair to choice, 18c; fresh creamery.
Kprs rresa, 2o-
Pouitry Caicaeas, c; turkeys, 7c.
CattleButchers nsv for corn fed steers
H95n cows sad heifers, SJita.; calves
Spring au&b. SMOSc a ponnd.
foal Soft. 10c
Wood 33.50 per cord.
Wool 1 1c per pound.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for CBatorav
Wheal she became Miss, she crane; to Cssaoraa.
When she bad Children, she tve them Csstettav
Children Cry for
Coi.nx, L., Dee. 2, 18S& My wife
used "MOTHERS' FRIEND" before I
her third confinement, and says she
would not be without it for hundreds
of dollars. Dock Mills.
Bent by gMllistss er mull wi . t
t si . per Duiue. noos in MUTUEIui
I mailed free, cold bj all Druggists.
i Baanrraxo RcoanroB Co., Atlanta, Oa. I
Snots. iiiMa Old Horse. U leers
raJlinst Write Cos eeea Co,.. sT May
o s" 1
Q 1 2 s :
far Infants and Children,
nOTHERO- Do You Know that
IdhdaJ Batman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, maay so-called Soothing- 8yreps. and
saost waned ira for children are composed ot opium or morphine ?
Pa Test aie-w that OTanmsjdanorxt
7a Tew Kwwvr that mnsimteuiiMljIsaidTnawlsaMa iaCTilrlid to aril
PsTssKswr that yoe. staadd not
SBueas you or your physiciaa taiowcf Wsatttt to compart t
Pa Teat Kwewthat Castoria Is a parety vegetable twsarsttoa. and that a hat at
tts Intredients is published with every bottle t
PaTaaiKawas- that Castoria Is theiaesistfatacr the tamm Dr.!
That it has been in use for nearty thirty years, and that mora Castoria Is bow sold than
at an other wsnririiffs for children rorrhlned t
Pe Tew Kmew that the Fateat Office Psanutsaaat at the United States, sad ot
other eoaatrtea, have award exUualre right to Dr. FWcher and his amrigns to aaa the word
' and its f onnam, and that to
Pa Tern Kssw that one of the re aeons
Because Castoria had bean proves to he aasslsnsly haamleaat
Pi Tew Kaww that 3S avwraarei doses of Castoria are tarnished for 35
casarta, or one cent a dose t
. Pa Tarn Kasxw fa whsnr3ssa
he kept well, and that cw rosy have unbroken rest t
Wellt these tAinai worth knowing. They are!
Children Cry for
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
R:sk Island Heating
and Pitting Co,
Hot Water Heating
119-131 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288
Sob) Agents for the Ftratsa.
laOORPO BATED tJaTDBB TBB 3TAT3 LAW
Rock Island bavmgs Bank,
Rook Isxabtd, III.
Open dally from a a. m. to ip. av, snd Bstardsy evsnauri from T ta t e'eloek.
Flw per cent Interest paid oa Deposits. Money loaned oa Personal col
lateral or Real Estate eonrlty.
r. I. KTTCHXUh Prist. r CBMKtUiAS,V)cTtmn. 1 BUTOKD, Caatdar.
1. ls Mltehtn. t. C JsansiBSBB, Joan Crabtngh. FM1 at lteeelL B, P. Ban, L. BRrer.
M. W Hurst, J. M. Baford. Joan Volk.
jAcaaoa as Hobot, BoUattors.
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SEIYERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Plumbers, Steam, Gran Fitters.
onae Heating aad Sanitary Plambine;. Basement Bock Islaad Nat. Baak
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 8i i Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: S821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vice Street BOCK ISLAND.
Oa Mock fiea Ceatral Park, larfeat talewa.
Oity "Boa and Espre3 Line.
For Bai or Express Line telephene 1141, aad 70a will receive
TTglTeIT.Ii A KB ft ETOJCBB, Props.
persnit any nlHnras to be given ;
Imitate them la a state prison offense ?
for gTaathar this soament protect loa was
ta erst syraerr
Sec and Trras.
General Jobhmr; dona on short notice
aad satisfaction guaranteed
of Oat Viewers coautaatly oa haad.
301 Brady street, Daren pott. Ia