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THE AKGTJ8, THUHSDAY, APB1X 18. 1895
;. THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PBICAGO, KOCK IBLAWD PACIFIC
Railway Depot corner Flit avenue sad
fhlrty-BiM street. Frank H. Plaauaer. Agent.
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Ft. Worth, Hearer A K. C.
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tEaana City A-et. Joseph.
tKuca Island A Washington
tChteaaro Des Moine.
Rock l.lsndasrnsrt Seeom..
Bocs 1-Isn4& Brooklyn Ac.
it 1 sSpn.
7 40 am
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Arrival, t Departure. tDalty.exceptSaaasy.
Ail othera daily. Tetopboa 101A.
BCRUKOTON ROUTS C B. Q. HAIL
way Depot Firat avenue and Sixteenth
treat. BJ. I. Yoane, agent.
L imuls Jinxes a 55 am
Bt. Loail Xxpres. 7:) pro
Sterling, uanr.qne a St. nil t a; pm
Beardatowa Passenger. ..... :59 pml
Daily. tDailj except Sanday.
"HICAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. FADL
Rmilway Racine m Bvnthweitera Division
'Depot Twentieth atreet, bat ween Pint aad
Second arenaes. K. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
TtAfS." Lsavst. sanies
Wail and Expreea TtOO am lAva
Bt-Fanl Kroress 4:flfl pra 11 -4ft am
Dock Island Pkobia Railway
x Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
r- a. tuwaw.ii, aeent.
Faxt Mall irees
Peoria Way Fn-lsht
'lile y1 Sberrardl Ac...
Cable Accommodation ....
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UCRLISOTOK, CKDAR RAPIDS
fcorthera Railway, depot foot of Bradi
atreet, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, Uea. Tk't A
M :4U pmiblO:SS i
M:S0 ml blO i
Wel LllK-rl Trn.r.-
0ilr. ouaiiy exeent fnnaar. tuotaz north
tlolnK Bonth acd eaat. ho. 18 runa betweea
Cjcar Xipuli ana Meat uneuy.
U You will ride
H a Bicycle
Of course yon wQl ride. All the
world wilt fashion, pleasure.
It takes a while
sometimes for the
world to recog
nize its privileges;
but when it does
it adapts itself
fore, you who are
in the world will
ride a bicycle a
bicycle if yon desire the best the
world produces; a Hartford, the
next best, if anything short of a
Columbia will content you.
$So$6o; for boys and girls, $50.
PCI 2 XFG. CO., Hartford, Conn.
Baataa, Kew Tot. Cfckat
Baa Iraactara, Prarideace, Baoala.
A C4vt4ainr - comprJQemiTe, bcaattiol t any
fr, or by aid for two Vontt pUniM. Tha
book te'lliof T1 trTBwColnrbin1 Hrtford
Wholesale Dealer and latporter of
Wines and Liquors.
MIC and 1C18 Third Ave-
g S o
: . . 'J.
Called It Incurabr.
"I bad a painful nicer on my anUa,
cians called an
old man's sore,
due tothe poor
tale of mjr
ore pread to
the aize of a
ancer, and I
bad to give op
not perform an
DT advanced are. 78 yean, in itself was a
barrier, and thai only temporary relief
could be given. I waa pining over my
misioixane vara mena urgea mefto try
Hood's Saraaparilla. I bad taken but part
of a bottle when the eruption looked more
nealiny ana alter laiting 0 Dottles toe aore
completely healed, leaving? only a sear.
Hood's Saraaparilla also helped my whole
system as I have not felt so well for vears."
JOHH B. Cprbieb, West Lebanon, N. H.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Uw.
Mice acrond Boor, over Mitchell ft l.TMlt
aaak. Money to man.
Jackson At Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Once in Rock lilnnd National Bai.k hniltllne.
a. d. awaaaar.
c a, WAUtaa.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorney b and Councillor b at Law
Omea ia Bengeton'n Hlor.k.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
hoatnoiis of all kliiot pronptiT attaaded
co. etate-a AUomey 01 Koca laiaaa eonmy
Ufflce, taatoOaa Block.
McEniry & MoEntry,
Attorneys at Lw.
Loaa money oa good (Mcnrtty; aae enl'oe
rjoo. Hefreneo, Mitcheil a Lynos, naiiaera.
Otnee, Foatw.' a Block.
Dracic & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Rnnm Tfl Baldiis, corTU.J avenae
lira urmn a m. ic.
Edward S Hammatt,
SI H hitakrr bailding, taveoport. Ia.
Geo. P. Siauduhar.
Flan and enpertnteiKlenea tn a!1 elan of
Bnurtnc. Kansas d am o, auscnuu i.yno
BaikUns. Take oleratut.
Dr W. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
Bice In Treeman'a "w bail line, corner sev
entrenth ftrcet and Ib'rtt avecne, lock lflaml
Telephone o. 1038.
Dr. B. O. Miller,
Orer M year experience. Makes nurrelons
care la Acute aad Chronic diseaee. RairaaTiaa
and Bbcbalsu Included. Office 1509 Second ar.
Offlce hoar 9 a. m. to S p. m.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only
OaVa, Whlttaker Block, oethweat eoraei
Thlnt aad Brady streets. Oaten port. Iowa
Kooms IT and V. Boar: 9 loll e. nu,l to 4 p-m.
1. a. Bouowacaa, a. d. - a. a. aaara, a. s
Drs. Bartb & Bollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Baaiaa.BV I IU to 1 a. m.
1 to stud t Hsp.n. I tteaandtuep,.
W. A. Darling,
Boom (.Mitchell A Lyade'a building.
R. M. Pearce,
Room H and tl la Kitcheu 4 Lynda's 1
BafiAaS. Take skmw
Is a Chance
CUT OUT THIS ADVER
TISEMEXT AND RETURN
TO US WITH FIVE CENTS
AND RECEIVE A BOOK
CONTAINING FROM EIGHT
TO FIFTEEN FIECES OF
CLASSIC MUSIC. BOTH VO
CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
Woodyatt Zlusic House
.1717 SECOND AVE,
V. B Or send as four two
cent stamps and we will
mall tho book to too.
. a. ooaaau.T. ' a. n. oombu.v.
WHY BEEP IS HIGH.
The Question Dr. Salmon Is At
Present Investigating. "
EE ADMITS TEAT OXEN ARE SCARCE,
Bat BTanta to Know Whether the Scarcity
la AU That Has fat l the Prlca of
Bouts sad aaaka Lift of tb Eabanji
oa Mexicaa Steer, mad IU Probable Ef
fect Tie wa of a Cattla Uaiaer Bla;
Foi a Bnaeflt to Farmers.
Wasrixoton, April 13. The official of
the deportment of agriculture are pursu
ing their investigation in the recent big
rise in the price of beef, and it is more
than likely that they will have something
definite to any within the "next week with
reference to the cause of the matter and
the probable outcome. Tho action cf the
department in raising the embargo on
Mexican cattle is expected to have the ef
fect of keeping the price of beef from go
ing up higher, even if it does not cause a
djelino. Dr. Salmon, chief of the bureau
of animal industry, suid that there was
an undoubted scarcity in cattle in the
west sufficient to account in putt for the
Increase in the price of dressed beef.
What the DepartsneoX Wants to Know.
."The only question," said he, "is
whether jtMpScarcity is sufiizicnt to ac
count for it altogether, or whether the
few big men who control tho beef market
have not, to a certain extent at least, an
ticipated the effects of this scarcity ; in
other words whether the eEect has not
come before tho causo. Whnt wo are
anxious to know is whether tho price of
cattle has gone up in proportion to tha
rice of beef. It is not any easy mutter
rj settle, and our agents are meeting with
sorno difficulty in getting at the facts iu
the matter, but the reports are beginning
to come in."
Cattle Have Keen Getting Scarcer. .
For some time past," continued Dr.
Salmon, "cattle have been getting senrcer
and scarotr in the west and especially in
the southwest. The condition of the
grass has been so poor that cattle have
well-nigh disappeared entirely. In south
western Texas, for example, where there
used to be tremendous herds, there are
practically none today. Thore has been a
great improvement in the grass this year
in Texas and in other western states, but
tho cattle are not there to tako advantage
of It. That is one reason that influenced
the deportment iu fts decision to raise tho
embargo on cattle from Mexico.
The Quarantine Agla9t Mexico.
"Mexican cattle have been looked upon
with disfavor for the reason that Texas
fever is known to exist on the other sido
of tho border, and a quarantine has been
kept upon tuciu in the summer. 1 he ac
tion of the packers in raising the price of
bet f to such an extent resulted in the de
partment raising the embargo. The de
partment has increased its force of inspeo-
tors, and all incoming cattle will bo
rigidly examined. I'urtliormore, the Mex
ican cattle seem to be in an unusually
good condition this year."
A MAN WHO RAISES BEEVES
Gives Ills Views oa the Qnestion Tronblina;
Cuicago, Aprd 14 S. W. Allcrton
does not agree with Secretary of Agricul
ture Morton that there is a combine
among the big butchers to advance the
price of meat. Being himself a dealer in
live cattle, and so a competitor of tho
"Dig Four," or the Armour-Swift-Mor
ris-Hammond combination, his opinion
may be said to have weight. He ex
plains the rise in the price of
beef as a natural consequence of i
the falling oil in tho supply, j
Those localities, western Iowa, Kansas,
Nebraska and Missouri, which have hith
erto supplied the markets with beef dur
ing March, April and May, have no cat
tle, or very few, to sell thin year because
they have had no corn with which to feed
them during the winter.
Allcrton says: "Throughout Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio and eastern Missouri the
farmers can't afford to feed cattle corn,
because it is worth too much generally
40 cents a bushel. The cattle we raise are.
therefore, placed upon the market to the
best advantage in the fall. But in Iowa
and Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri corn
is worth only 20 rents a bushel as a gen
eral thing, and where there is a good crop
it pays better to put it into beef. This
can be done to the best ad vantage by stall
feeding for the spring market.
"Last year, as you kuow, we didn't
raise enough to live upon in Nebraska,
and throughout that region which has
supplied the spring market with beef, and
ol course there are no cattle for sale. The
supply Is cut oS and tho price must ga
up. I take no stock in what Secretary
Morton says regarding a beef ring. They
are the last men in the world to advance
the price of teef. They have in fact
tried repeatedly to keep the price down,
because they are the ones who lose on a
rising market. The shippers make money
by advancing prices, but ;the slaughterers
and the dealers in dressed meat make
money on a falling market.
"The reason is they cannot advance the
retail price of meat without great damage
to their trade. The moment they attempt
t put up the price the people cease to buy
meat, and the demand fails off. I saw in
one of the papers a short time ago a state
ment to the effect thut the packers make
at least f 37 on every head of cattle alaugh
tcred. That is absurd; if they make 87
cents they do remarkably well, and in the
course of a year are making a great deal
"Peopie wonder how the 'Big Four' and
others can buy tho cattle in Iowa, ship it
to Chiccgo, dress it, ship it back to Iowa
and then sell it in competition with home
slaughtered beet," continued Allcrton.
"It is easy to understand how they do
this. With their wonder.' ul appliances
tor handling cattle and disposing of por
tions which might go to waste in country
abattoirs, they can actually slaughter the
cattle enough cheaper ao that they can
compete in the same, markets with the
home butchers. For instance they can
disDoee of the tallow and trimmings to
better advantage, and they can got B or 4
cents a pound more for the hides.
"But tell m this, if the 'Big Four do
not make a good market for beef, why do
shippers sell to them!" They might send
their cattle on to Pittsburg or Buffalo,
There they would not have yard charges
to pay, and to a dosen other markets, tut
they don't do that. They send their cat
tle here, and are always glad to sell to the
Big Four,' because they make the de
mand for the cattle. They have made
Chicago the great live stock center that it
is, aad 1 consider Mr. Armour mad Ma
Swift and the rest the greatest " benefac
tors the farmers of the west have had."
WHY CDONNELL WAS HANGED.
Btateaneat Attributed to aa Ex-Attache of
the British Home Office.
Losdos, April la The extraordinary-
statement is made, upon the authority of
an ex-eonfidential attache of the home
office, that it was not originally intended
that O'DonnelL who assassinated James
Carey, the Pbceuix park murder inform
er, should expiate his deed upon the
gallows. According to the disclosure in
question O'Donnell was to have been
sentenced to death, and his sentence then
commution to lrfe imprisonment as an in
dicated that the government regarded his
offense as not without palliation. "
O'Donnell himself, however, spoiled
this portion of the programme, when,
upon the death sentence being pronounced,
he stood up in the dock in the Old Bailey
ami defiantly shouted at the top of his
"God save Ireland and the United States,
and to h 1 with England."
This was taken by some members of tho
government as confirming a current belief
that O'Donnell was merely the agent of
the American Clan-na-Gael, ahd conse
quently Sir V Uliara Harcourt, then home
secretary, determined that the law should
tako its course.
Lord Chancellor Selborne and Earl
Granville were in favor of the -original
programme being adhered to, but liar-
court took the ground that O'Donnell had
convicted himself of being allied with an
American conspiracy, and contended that
the bngusii government could not anord
by mistaken clemency to tolerate Irish
American terrorism. O'Donnell may.
therefore, be said to have been his own
FUNERAL OF JAMES W. SCOTT.
Attended by a Large Gathering of tha
Friends ot I he Departed Journal 1st.
Chicago, April 18. With a church
Backed as full as it would hold of friends
of the deceased, many of whom could not
got inside at all, tho funeral services over
the remains of James W. Scott, late pro
prietor of the Chicago Herald, were per
formed this morning, beginning at 11
o'clock in old St. James' (Episcopal)
church, tho cfiiciating clergyman being
Kev. Ernest M. S.ires, rector of Grace
(Kpisoopal) church, assisted by lie v. Dr.
F. W. tiunsauius, pastor of 1'lyuiouth
The service was the beautiful ono of
the church and tho choir of St. James
provided the music The honorury pall
bearers were: W. C Bryant, of Brook
lyn, secretary ot the American Newspa
per Publisher's association; Ferdinand
W. Peck; Norman Williams, president of
the Chicago club; John H. liamlinc, pres
ident of the Union League club; Melville
E. Stone, vice president of the Fellowship
club: A. T. Packard, president of tho
Press club; James Griffon, president of
the Chicago Typographical nnion; H. W.
Hawlcy, editor of the ThuesHeraid; H.
H. Kohlsaat, Robert A. Waller, Hurry G.
Selfridgc, and Ernest A. HamiiL Tho
eight active pallbearers were old employes
of the Herald as follows: Knbcrt Ansley,
A. F. Portman, Charles L. Loveland, K
W. Jenks, F. K. Van Hauler, V. II.
Khoades, Charles A. I&rnoru, Frank P.
Eh lea. t
Illinois Legislative Proceedings.
Springfield, April 13 Both houses ot
the legislature hare adopted resolutions
expressing sorrow at the death of James
W. Scott, of the Chicago Herald. Salo
mon, of tho department stores committee,
reported to the senate that two Chicago
department store men had refused to an
swer questions ot the committee, and
asked the senate to force them to answer.
The mutter was sent to tho judiciary com
mittee. The bill to repeal the trust law
so that miners can get better wages was
made special order for next Wednesday.
The bill to prevent trains from obstruct
ing highways longer than ten mtnuces at
a time was passed. A number of bills
were advanced. In tho house the bill f ir
a state board of arbitration was passed
with an emergency clause. The bill de
claring express companies common car
riers was also passed. The bill to increase
tho number of state mine inspectors from
liva to ten, all to be paid by mine owners,
failed to pass, and notice of reconsidera
tion was given.
Eeojtalatioo for Wlaconaln.
Madison, April 18. The assembly
agrcel to the senate amendment to the
joint resolution for adjournment fixing
the date on the 20th inst. instead of on
the 18th., which means that the legisla
ture will adjourn on Saturday. Tho
joint resolution for a constitutional
amendment forbidding the use of passes
by members of the legislature and state
oCiciuls was left on the table, the assem
bly refusing to take it up. The joint
resolution providing for a constitutional
amendment to make sheriffs eligible for
re election for a second term was killed.
In the senate the LaC rosso normal school
bill was killed. McGillivray's arbitration
bill was ordered to third reading with an
Poisoned by aa Insane Woman.
New York, April 18. Five young
women, members of the Church Settle
ment society of the Episcopal Church of
the Redeemer, are just recovering from
the effects of arsenic poisoning. The drug,
it is thought, was administered by ayoung
woman who came highly recommended
and was taken into their household to en
able her to study their methods of work.
Miss (iuerncy, the bead ot th9 society, ad
mits the truth of the foregoing statement.
"There is no doubt," she said, "but that
it was the work of a maniac."
The Fag-at Over That Coavf nUoa.
&FRIS6FIELD, Ills., April 18 The bat
tle over the call for a Democratic conven
tion to consider the silver question con
tinues with unabated vigor. Senator
Palmer has matte a spirited reply to a
statement of Hinrichsen, in the course of
which Palmer says he did charge and
does charge that the call, ot which Hin
richsen admits himself to be tho author,
is treacherous and disloyal to the Demo
cratic organization and Democratic prin
Iowa Misters Coins; to Work.
OTrCMWA, April IS. A break has come
in the coal mining trouble. Troops have
been withdrawn from Cincinnati and
gone home. Jlany men are going to work.
Word from Boone county is to the effect
that w) men hate gone to work there,
with each operator paying what he pleases.
B. aaa Ol Pssins a LHrldand.
New Yore. April 18. A dispatch from
Baltimore announces that the Baltimore
aad Ohio directors have voted to pass the
A33REVIATED TELEGRAMS. j
" Jnd;re CiUlerslosve, r.t Now York, d
niod the npti.iciiiun of alimony in the
pcmling suit of Mr. Cutting for separa
tion from her tushand, rx-Congrcssman
John L. Cutting, of Sim Francisco.
John Miils, firnuriy an engineer on the
Chicago and Listera Illinois railroad,
was killed by tiu explosion ot a locomo
tive at S in Bernardino, Cal. .
Carrie J. Dewey, agel 30, formerly a
snake charmer in tha Birnum shows,
killed herself with pari green at Bridge
K. A. Bianford, who after being four
teen years a fugitivo from justice, sur
rendered to the Austin, Tex., author!
ties, has been discharged, there being nc
evidence against him. He was accuse J oi
Oil is so high in tho leading markets
now that speculators ara growing wary
nn3 dealing with caution. The result i
a reaction from ?-.Gy to V2 1? per barrel at
At Saginaw, Mich., a German Lutheran
school superintendent named Uichter re
fused to accept a United States llag foi
the school house with the sentiment,
"Ono country, one flog, ono language."
The inna who was captured at Wee.
hawken, N. J., was Terry, tho bandit
He says he will give all the trouble possi
ble before ho goes back to M ittewan asy
lum, and extradition proceedings have
L. L. Elliott, a cigarmakcr, committed
suicide at Danville, ills., by taking mor
phine. - He was despondent 011 account
of drink and financial embarrassment.
This was his third attempt.
Somerset countv. Pa., was 103 years old
yesterday. The event will to elaborately
celebrated nt Jounstown on July i.
Mary K. Hughson and George Kinfl
are under arrest at Muskegon for n.iisou
ing Nathan Douglas, and investigation ot
the woniau's record leads tho sheriff to
believe that she is the notorious Kate
Bender, of tho Bender family in Kansas,
which committed such horrible crimes
twenty-live years ago.
AC tho convention of the National As
sociation of Sheet Iron and Cornice Work
ers, which has just closed at -Indianap
olis, T. J. Bitter, of Chicago, was elected
president. The next meeting will bo in
The Loral Markets.
Corn re w, 43&ISC.
flax Tiro:nv, $tl&19; o-iln" 11023114
tun, oiiJi: eionga lOiio; miR'a.iu.
FBCIT ADD VEGETABLES.
Potatoes 002 S6c.
Onions Sue per do.
Bn -tor Fair to choice, Ko; fresh crea
err SO .
Poultry Calckena, 7c; turkeys, 8c
Cattle--Butcheie pay for corn fed iecn
4ti-; cows- and heifers, 540; calves
Uiigi 63 50.
Spring lamb. J33Sia heal.
r Li KJL.
Coal - Soft. 10c
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 13c per poond.
We Offer a Remedv Which. Uxed 1
Directed, Insures Safety to Life
of Mother and Child.
I Bobs confinement of iu Fain. Korror aad 1
jusa, aa many testily.
"My wife used only two bottles. She I
. was easily and quickly relieved; is now
J. s. MOBTOft, Harlow. N. C.
Sent by exnroM nr msll, on receipt of nrlee.
v ptr notil.wBold ly sll Druviruts. hook I
1 BRAnnri.D RrorXiToR Co.. Atlanta. Oa. t
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
bo obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ro. to
.12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
A word to those goinj
to build this comin;
season! If vou are eo
inr to build a nice res
idence tret figures from
the Colons Stooe Co. of
Col una, 111., on a cu
stone building of white
or veriffated sandstone.
If vou build of brick let
them give vou figure
on the trimmings. If
yon build a frame or
wood building let them
give you figures on the range work
it will improve the look a-d valneof yonr
rtou-e iS per cent, home of the nicest bnlldlnea
In the state are ballt of Colons stone. Ity H
means btre joor atci-Urct rpeci'y. Colons stone
to be nsed in jonr bn'idirg. Samples of ctone
no pnmovrapns or oaiiniutfs cn ne vea
Kcom It, Mitchell A Lyade'a Oulldinr.
tnents Ha part ty5a,-rrt frafeth tba Ajsx n
bicycle, wtehw somt ffiem on vorrrrml. No
WTjrls cKe tmOl tvbe t-cje-e avtzItv mJlyoim
Young Ladies e2aT?'
If bor or n rl a appTf b-; iTjkfft be vH iwflOBkw.
wum -car vmnimacm.
ACME CYCLE COrtPANY,
k.Vli Vi'nV'T'""! mVl"-
for infants and Children,
OTHERS. Do You Know 10.
Bate man's Drops, Godfrey's Itordud, many eoaucd Soothing Syrups, sad
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine t
Po Tent Knew that opium aad morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons f
Po Tow Know that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons t
Pa Tow Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your chad
antes you or your physician know of what It Is composed f '
Po Ton Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Bat ot
IU ingredients is published with erery bottle t
Do Ton Know that Cactoria Is the prescription of the famona Dr. Samnel Pitcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than
of all other remedies for children combined f
PoTon Knew that the Patent Office Deportmeat of the United States, and of
other couatries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
Caatox-ia,, and Its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense f
Po Ton Know that one of the reasons for granting this Korernment protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless?
Po Ton Know that 35 average doses of Castoria are famished for 85
cevta, or one cent a dose 1
P Ton Kwo- v ftat when poesessed of this perfect tanpuratton, ytmr chfldrea may
he kept well, and that jo may have unbroken rest t
Wells theeo thing are worth knowing. They ara facta.
Children Cry for
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible& Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the countiy. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottfed 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.
J. T. HIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOBH If. PARIDOH.
PARIDOM & SOW
Painters and Decorators
CHOP. 419 Seruitweath Zt, SCCZ ISLAND. ILL.
SEIVEUS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUIJ-DEU!
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Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
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Brewing: Co. Beer
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