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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, JUNE 17. 1895.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Chicago, kock island pACiric
" Railway Depot eorrer Fifth avenue and
f iilrty-flrst street, Frank H. Plommer, Agent.
Hector Liauuid JtUunu..
Ft. Worth, Denver K. 0..
Oaubl at Dm Moiue.
tiinaba A Minn-apolis......
UmahaA Dc Howe t.t...
pimahai Minnealia Ex..
Penver, Lincoln A Oicaua
Ht. fanl ft Mtnneapol-.
Kar.p City St. Joseph....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
tKaiisas city A St. Joovph .
JHuca island A Washinirton.
$i;nic.ro A Dea Moii.ua
Kock WlanriAStnan Accom. .
Itnc. Iiaml.&Hnioklyn Ac...
Arms',. Departure. tDstiy.exccptStxdsy.
All other, daily. Telephone lows.
BTJFLrNOTON ROUTE C.. B. A O. RAfb
way Depot First aTetne and Sixteenth
street, M. J. Yoacs, ajent.
Bu Louis Kxpre.a 7.00aui . 7:ipra
Ht. Lonts Express 7:io pm' am
Sterling, Iol)tiqaeSt. Paul t ptn 7:f am
Bear-mown Passenger : 2:50 pm 11:11 am
b'crllnir, linhnqiiO t.Pa':l t 7 &5anl B'tOpm
Dailj-. tDailj except buuiliy.
pHICAOO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
Patrw.y Kwine A C.nthwestern Tilvision
Depot Twentieth street, between Firat aid
Second avenacs, E. D. W. Holmes, A ire at.
Leit. I ahuit.
Mail and Express,
bt. Paoi &xpreaa..
T:'J am l:4Spm
4: pai; 11 15 'IP
ock Island a I'kohia Railway
Depot Firat Arctiue and Twentieth street.
Earterii E "t he Trilby".
I'.oria. sileu:s Ma. I six...
Cable (via Nherrardl Accom.
4 :1U all
J: or, am
1 : 15 ptr.
b. VI .r.l
S :40 am
3 SA pm
Pas-enuer trli.a leave '.. K. I. A 1. (Molina
avrii-jc) i1fHit five rfii minute. tarlier than time
given. Train markvil dany, all ctber trains
uafly cxrevt rurday.
nui'.i.isuToN, Ckdar Kapius a
Northern l:&ilway, depot foot of llndy
rtret t, Ltnvmpurt. Ja. Korton, Uu. Tii't A
Jl :tAl i m tV 45 pm
Wwt l.iiHTty 'rra-ii
" No, "
ok :!. an
n Diiy. nuaiiy except r-.?nua7. tioimt cortb.
jr;n,.j Hnnth and ent. o. 18 iuli between
CeL'ar tapida and Wcttt L1lcity.
Inaugurated April 21
TO THIv EAST.
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Ar Mai toon
Ar Kvanx lllu......
Ar Terra liauto ...
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4 10 am 8 05 am
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THROUGH (JAR SERVICE
ROCK ISUtSII lX) BT. L)flS.
Train leavinj: Uock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St
Louii, passing throiifrh l'ckin, Ilav
ana. Sjirin'riiclil amS Litcblitli!.
Lines east of l'voria carry tLronh
couulivs and slcepinj; cars on uight
trams to principle cities.
(ion. Ticket Aent.
W.J. YOUNG, JR.
The Elerrant Electric Lljrht Steamer.
W. A. Blaio, Sla.tor; L. B. SriTcn, Clerk.
Leaves !!ek Irian,! for Mureatlne w
I!iitn. Kcithrbnru, UqauHki, and llur
III g:on ctery
Ami I'kiuav, at 4:30 r. M.
Nice room and good meals. Stc'al rales
la partlt-a nf tie cr more who with to
make the round trip. Tho Yontnr ha.
been r-y tecenlly purrliaaeJ ai d dUed
up for thir trade, and W ir t ruri.a.e4 by
anytliliic on llio MiLaMppi fur cance
GEOKOE LAVONT 4 SON. ARcnts.
Dlaraor.d Joe Line Wareioore,
Notice to Contrnrtors.
Scaled proposals will be receiTed at the rl!y
cVrk'a oln.-e. Vock 1-laud. 1.1. until Slon lay,
Jane 17. IHiii. at S o'c !iK p m., for cociructir.g
the Improvrme'it ordered by an ordinance of the
rtiYnf Horx I'iant, ra-r, d February 4, l!".
ammded Ai ril . 1. entitled "An tirdiiar.ee
fur the cm-tniction of a rrt m rf sewers in the
fcrv.nib ward, in ne city oi i-i.mu. in
Plans and specittatiuus ess be l.m at the cit
el, rlt'. nriic.
All bii mart b a.c.mr:inld with aecrt:i'od
chork In the sum of nee hundred dollars (tsttll
inyable to the onlrr r ine mayor oi me cuy. in
ca.e tue biddersnaii tan to cnier luto voniraci
w:hiu lo diva after Die awarding or raid con
Iran, wilb apircte-d sDr.'t:e- l execute the work
ir tliu price ruentioueu in ins uiu.
Kock Island, 111.. J Hue III, KJ.
A. D. UUEslNG, City Clerk.
!t J:f.5ani a:lm
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M-aj am 4:10 am
7:Sinre: 111:15 pm
14:15 am t 50 am
I 2:50 am r S:1oam
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V tl ..,.'.'siPinl .Asir'
r"'. a. - z- i-r irf
rtrinira rnmfnrt and iinnroveuiant and
tends to personal en joyir.cn i when
rig'at'.y usM. The nuvn, who live bet
ter than others and cn j iy life wore, witli
l.i r.rr,ri'tnrf hv more Tiromntlv
adapting the world's ltest producU to
tllC LeCUS OI pnvsiCJ.1 l:ii:, win aiiei
the value to health of. 'ie pure liquid
laxative principles ctnlra-jed in the
remerty, Svrup of Figs.
T, r.T.iinii ia. rlim try' its nrpaentinff
in the form most accept ible and pleas-
nt tn 4t, tfiatn thn Tpirr. thinif and trulv
beneficial proj erties of a perfect lax
ative; etieciuauy Ciea ic:u g mc si -irui,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently cumg onrmipaui
i l.nj rriw.n at isfnftii -n lo millions a
A V A.U . .
net whit the approval ! the nietiicai
prvifcssinn, becau it ac-.s on ine ivui
ntra l.iror r.nr! 1WCIS WllIIOUl wetK
ening them and it Is petfectly frca from
pvory objertionai'ie suit naucg.-
Pvrup of Fic i-4 fir tele by all drug
mdaiii nrni ?1 liftth r. but it is man-
Hfactureu liy le tjani'inua r ig cyrup
Do. only, whose name i pnutcu on t-very
Li the namr. SrrUB of Fitrs.
and l-eiii well inforttcd, you will not
accept any substitute u oiiereu.
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you '
will find you have
struck a pood thing.
G2EAT CRTS ISLAUD TA3 SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warn ock ci Ralston
Soap Makers. Kock Island.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
" can afford.
Your Patronage is Solicited. ,
Ollice Second Av.
Harper IIuUjc Block.
Witt 1V3EH EVUGE ViSORG'JS
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eiinrk lex, ftiiilntf S.prar.ry, .osuntT lil
intiic rrTi-'i. WanU rtl.iMtnity and cni nation.
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ITow attainej how nv
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would reiram cxu.al vlpir Ior tlimovn lolly
cr develop niemler weuk by nature or wnstod
tie dfnhM h.iilit wri I f..r nnr IM:tlo1 hnok.
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WHIPPED THE TRAVELERS.
Capt. Shelley -s Team Receive an Vnmercl-
Yesterdav's game resulted disas-
teronsly for Capt. Shellev and bis
elect team oi commercial .ball play
ers. The varnish peddler removed
his diamond reralia, in which he
had distinguished himself so proudly
riuav, forever, and will endeavor to
forget that he was ever elevated in
the profession, and advised his
brother sampie-slnfffjcTS to navigate
in his footsteps. The traveling men
were swelled up like peacocks over
their former victory, a repetition of
which thev were conuuent of before
ever reaching the scene of battle,
where Shelley ordered bis subordi
nates to their respective guards
la Napoleon. But it was apparent
from the start that the ginger which
characterized Friday's contest did
not accompany the travelers it
is said that abelloy bad them out
practicing until two or three
bells Sunday morning, and as a con
sequence "Rainbow" Mullen did not
report for duty whereas, the oppos'
ing side, mostly picked players, the
majority of the business men having
got enough, was there to win. The
expected reaction came in the sixth
when Capt. bhellev went gardening
and placed Frank Brough behind the
hickory, and appointed lruuy
sphere-tosscr. It sounded like :
Fourth of July celebration for a few
minutes. The holders were given so
much work that tuey fell exhausted
among the whiskers of terra Iirnia
Kvervbodv took a punch at Trilby
Abo Roscnlield did some great stick
work, making a few home rang, in
one of which, sliding home, front
downward, on a cigarct stump, he
was photographed. I went v-one run
was the total, and hellev s Indians
drew a deep sigh 'W relief when the
last man died. Thev had that tired
feeling, but made another stagger
anyway. With the hope of reviving
then their contestants let them
get four runs, but it was useless
Shelley and his players couldn't lift
the bat. They ttuit. and returned to
the hotel with expressions like pall
The Players and Score.
The players lined up thusly at the
beginning of the game
Murines Vsn. Pofl'lons. Trawline Men,
Kriward Polly Pitcher.... .. ... PS broilir
T ISreheny Catcher 4 J shelle
J P Dolly First I M lMrtla
l.ouu Korcnneid sccota t A Wa.-bhurn
Ah. Hoet.!ield Thirl G SI Freeman
J Hendricks Center Field.. J A Lane
4 (,l is HitMt Held...Chnrls Mr- uah
Ol'f Atstiion l. :ftFi.! d )! B P-itt.-rson
1) Nof .rker Miurt Stop W M Mnnln
t a 4 3 s
.o a o (i si el
.2 0 0 0 3 4-
13 E. 15. Atkiuyon to V T. Ball
lots 10. 11 and 12. block B, Moline
Water Tower company's add, Moline.
W. II. Corbin to Charlotte Warner
lot 7, block 1, village of Carbon Cliff
14 F. B. K. Pettit to William
Peltit, unit lots 2 and 3. block 19
Chicago or lower add., Kock Island
14 Estate of Calvin Trucsdale.
Deposition of William E. Steele, sub.
scribing witness to will, tiled an
approved, and will admitted to pro.
bato. Letters testamentary issued
to Charlotte al. lrtiesdale, executri
named in will. Bond waived by sai
Licensed to Wed.
17 Enoch Peterson. Moline; Mis
Elnora Morth-llill, Kock Island.
B. T. P. U. COXVENTlO
Baltimore July 16 to 21, 1893
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice witn the most interesting sceiv
erv and historical associations. It
the Chcsajieake &OhioR'y. via Wash
tngton, "the Knme, the Alps an
the Battlefield line of America"
along tho great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most lamous oi V irginia battle
The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric light
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Ches
peake Bay, Old Point Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C B. Ryan
Ass't. I. P. A., C. & O. R'y., Cincin
Troths Tersly Told.
Foley's Sarsaparilla cleanses the
Mood, gives tone to the system, ira
parts life and vigor, and makes the
weak strong. 1 rial size, 60c. M. r
Bahnscn's drug store.
For Over If ty Year.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used lor children teething.
soothes the child, softens the gum
allavs all pain, cures, wind colic, an
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Then Baby was si-k, w rare her CMorfe.
When she raa a Chill, she cried for Castorta,
VUr she berame Miss, san chnur to Caotoraa,
W&ets the tad CVUnrc,she svethem Caetorhk,
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. j
Pay your water rent.
Leal lard at Schroeder's.
Choice white oats at Gilm ore's pork
Edward Green, of Galesburg, is
visiting E. M. Wilcox.
Scotch summer suitings and fancy
trouserings at Emig's.
Otto's next subscription concert at
the Elm street garden occurs Thurs
The new Scotch novelties at
Emig's are iust the thing for hot
Mrs. L. D. Mndge passed through
the citv Saturday on her way home
to Tavlor Ridge from a month's visit
with Iowa friends.
There will be a public sale of the
butter and cheese factory at Coal
Valley, Saturday. June 29, at 2
o'clock p. ni. F. Naylor. agent.
Dr. A. V. Elliott, of Beresford.'S
D., a former Rock Island county boy
who has become a credit to his pro.
fession in the west, is spending the
day in the city.
For June only, Emig the tailor.
will make a special oner on summer
suitings and tronserings. You arc
respectfully invited to call and ex
amine goods and get prices. Call
Shakespeare's delightful pastoral
play, "As iou Like it," is to be pre.
scnted at the Tower Wednesday
evening by Morris' especially select
ed .company, and a remarkably line
production in nature s wonderland
may be anticipated.
The Friday Bowling club of this
city entertained the Kock Island
Bowling club of 14, headed bv rrcsi
dent Robert Wagner, at the Schuct
zeu park alley Friday evening.
lucre was a merry bowling match, a
good supper, and other entertain
ment. I he Rock Islanders will
probably return the compliment be
fore the end of the summer. Daven
Tho Port Byron Globe, speaking of
the commencement exercises of the
Port Byron academy and the concert
given in connection with it, pays
this deserved compliment to a gifted
Davenport musician well known in
this city: "It was a good thought to
have presented Miss Alma A. Rose,
of Chicago. Her solo for the piano
was selected from Chopin, and was
a marvel of clear tone, firm touch
graceful lingering and bringing out
of melody. She plays with expres
sion entirely appropriate to the na
Hire of the music. Not to indulge
in dangerous superlatives, her sing
ing was as good as, if not the best,
oi any tnat we nave ever Heard in
Port Byron. Miss Rose is to be
highly complimented for volume,
purity of tone, clear articulation and
good expression.". .Mrs. H. E. Rose,
of Davenport, mother of Miss Rose,
gave a character song that capti
yated tne nouso.
SAYREVILLE'S AMAZING HUES.
A Jersey Klnsphemy In Tel low Set :
Symphony of Bloc.
Probably tho most reniarkablo bit of
color to bo found within a radius of 100
miles from this city is the little hamlet
of SayreviHc, N. J. From an artist's
poiut of view Snyrevillo is impression
istic in tho nightmare sense of tho word.
Its Furrouinlinas aro beautiful, for it
stands on a little LIu'f overlooking a
spreading in:irh, through tho center of
which a sp.trkl:::i river runs to lose
itself in a rift of the faraway hills. Tho
marsh is a dull, grayish blue, tho river
gives a steel bluo eliect, and far away
the distance of the hills blends in soft
gradations into tho hue of tho sky. In
tho midst of this gora of a landscape
stands S.iyreville, yellow in every sense
of the word. It is a blasphemy in yel
low set in a symphony in blue.
Iu tho neighboring villages there i3 a
legend as to how Kayreville becamo yel
low. Thry say that when tha town was
first bnilt there wasn't a painted house
in it, and that one day an enterprising
peddler on his notion selling rounds
saw in this an opportunity for money
leaking. He procured a large quantity
of damaged paint at a nearby city, all
cf tho paint boing in various hues of
yellow, from bright orange down to tho
dullest buiT. This paint ha' carted to
SiyreviHo and sold at low prices, and
still with lareo profit to himself. Then
the town set about painting itself yel
low. Somo of the people pooled their
interests and their paints and ornament
ed their houses with tho combination.
Others ran to stripes, and having used
np one tint filled jn with tho rest. One
man tried polka dots in chrome on a
background of greenish buff, with bril-
liant cfltct. When tho work was done,
tho peddler caino back with a big con
signment of staring green, which tho
townspeoplo bought, and with which
they painted their blinds. Tho result
was pleasing to tho Sayrevillers, bat
Btartliug to sncb few outsiders as
chanced to journey to that town.
In tho W4r?e of time two household
ers found courago to break away from
tho prevailing yellowness. Onoretiaint-
td his bonso in robin's egg bluo, the
other tinted his a deep mageuta, and
now these two buildings stand out con
spicuously and give just encregh color
tono to tho viilago to accentuate its
nmnzirig effects in yellow. New York
Rheumatism Cored la a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
Island, and G. Schlegel & Son., 220
W. Second street. Davenport.
The Akgls, 10c a week.
A. W. Clark, of Montana, who has been
nroDOsed as a candidate for vice president
on tho Democratic ticket says be does not
want an official nomination and would
not run on any but a f reo silver platlorm.
Zimmerman and Johnson.the two wheel
wonders, are to meat for Jo.ww in mo
near future on a track selected by Zim
merman. Asbury Park barred.
Miss Voorhees, daughter ot tho Indiana
senator, is in Europe and spent a lew
days in Berlin last week.
No Americans were hurt In tne riots at
Cheng Tu, China, nor was much Ameri
can property destroyed.
Pittsburg Is preparing to maso a lively
campaign for tho location tnero oi tne
nozt National Republican convention.
Bailllo, Unionist, has been elected to
tho British parliament Iroin invernes
shtro another gain for tho Conserva
tives. nr.iaslinnncrs hnvo aDDcarod near Peso-
tigo and lu other parts ot Wisconsin and
begun destroying the crops.
Expressing his opinion ot tne appoint
ment of Richard Olney as secretary ot
state, Joo" Manley, tho Maine Repub
lican, who is now touring in r.ngiauu.
says it was the best that could have becu
Peter Consino and wlfo tried to cross
ahead of a Michigan Central train noar
Monroe. Mich. They woro thrown forty
feet and fatally wounded.
John Hudson, a negro wheelman, won
the annual Halliday road race, lllteCA
miles, at Mansfield, Mass.
Dr. Henry Palmer was found doad in
histed at Janesvillc. Wis. Tho deceased
was surgeon of thn Iron Brigade during,
tho civil war. " "
The recent rain. In Kansas stave saved
many acres of wheat that It was feared
would orovo worthless. 1 no crop is no w
estimated at Si, 000,000 bushels.
At tho Randall mines, Richmond, Mo.,
William James was Instantly killed and
Ben Brown fatally injured by tho prema
ture explosion of a blast cf dynamito.
Tha Horr-Harvey silver debate) at t,hl-
caso will begin July 10 and go on every
day until It is "talked out."
Monroe and Mercer county (Mo.) Ltorn-
ocrats havo adopted resolutions domand
iL.,the holding of a free silver stato con-
A cyclone wiped out thousands of acros
of crons In Grayson county, let come
houses were blown tlown.
Tho "now woman" has nppearod In
Mayor Strong's matrimonial court at
Now York. Sho evidenced her presence
by rctusinst to say "and obey in the
uiurriiitro service), the was a widow.
Charles L. Fair has begun suit at ban
Francisco to break Ids father's will.
Three Hani-Car Men Killed.
ELKISS, W. Va., Juno 17. On tho Dry
Fork railroad, near hero, somo men un
dertook to run down grado on a lumber
car. Tho car got beyond their control,
and they 8avvl ihqmsclves by jumping.
Tho car. however, wont on ana struct i
band-car with live min on it, Tho dead
aro John Daily, Michael Kuttcrmun and
Felix Ray. Mortally hurt; bolomon
Gonspers Eatlmate of the Idle.
ST. Locis Juno 17. Samuel Gompcrs,
tho well-known labor leader and agitator,
addressed an audience at Arsenal island
yesterday afternoon on topics of Interest
to workingmen. Gompers spoke on le
half of orz.iniZTd labor, stating at tno
outset that S.OJU.OOa pconlo were out of
employment against their will.
Sn.pected of Being a Crook.
. Milwaukee, Juno 17. Samuel M. Al
ton, alias Adlcr, about O years of ago,
was nrrestod here on suspicion of boing
a crook. Ho was trying to get a copy of
the seal of tho statu of Alubama made,
evidently for counterfeiting purposes, as
a large number of miscellaneous" lerul
documents and biauk Cirt'.Ueatas were
fcund in h'." ..
The Argus. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
iThe Railroad an.!
The Bu;ii?e?s arM
I and all other men who have to 5
look ncnt while at work, should i
i know about "CELLrLOin" Col-
S LARS and Cuffs. They look ex- I
L g actly like linen, wear well and 5
5 being ualcrproof do not wilt
down with heat and moisture. I
They do not soil easily and can
be cleaned iu a moment by sim-
1 ply wiping off with a wet sponge I
g or doth. Do not confuse these in
I your mind . with composition i
E poods. Every piece of the gcau-
me is stamped like this : g
I Ask for these and refuse anything
I else if vou wish satisfaction. Kc- I
member that poods so marked
E are the only waterproof goods
I made by coating a linen collar
giving strength mid durability.
If your dealer should not have
E the "Celluloid" send amount di- I
rect to ns and we will mcil you I
5 sample post-paid. Collars 2sc
each. Culls, 50c pair. State size
E and whether stand-up cr turned- I
I down collar is wanted. , h
Ithe celluloid company,!
427-29 Broadway, New York. 5
Eitate of CalTln Truetd!, deceased.
The ander!k?cel hiving bca appointed txru
trix of the lift will and u pamnt of Cahfn
Trnedle, Kteof tic county of Kock Inland. iite
of 111: 001 decaMl. ht-rety ivi police u.t she
wilt Appear b-fretbecmiiiTy court of Kock 1 fluid
eoumv, at the office of the clerk, of mid coart, ib
tbeciiyof Ifncic lalatid, at tte Auut tern, on
the first Monday iu Acguct, nett, at a faicta time
all persons bavin claim aifint -aid evtate are
notified and rrqneU-d to attend, fur tbe parjtoaa
of bavin the tame adrirted.
All perioiiii indeMed to eaid relate art irqaca
ted to maka immediate patucitt to the coUvr
aif.'ccd. jMtd th? 14th day of 4 nnr. A . I iHOt.
UAItl4TT .al. T&UflDALB, Executrix.
ED ROOM SUIT?
If so you can get one at W. S. Hol
brook's, 10?, 10 and 107 East Second
This week for
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Secoml strcct
rs,i nut thtw of these winced trade
.i.:t. ;n nr.Tv.nr in ilii. nnnrr.
. -i r' -- i i-- :
, seed them to the manufacturers of c
Wi!Hn)>ic 5tar Tbre&d
With yonr address, and n two cent stamp. In return, yon will receive
' a beautiful set of paper doll dresses in colors, for girls and Nys, and an
instructive lHKkm thread and sewing. Wtllimtuitic Spool Cotton ia
best for machine sewing or liiind sewing. Ask the dealer for iu
WILLLMANTIC THREAD CO..
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral otCReal'Estate Security.
J M Brronn, Preldent.
.Ions t in iiai cn. Vice l'rcsident.
1 UuiEiuwaLT, futhier.
Ttgan bnslress .TnlyS. lsiio, and ocenr-y the
S. S. cor. JlitcUell &. Ljndo'a new huilding.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
uporTit a tine walnut, elm,
backberry, or other largo
tree, r.nd is already pVovid
cd with abundant shade.
These lots are (in the very
best part of tho city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Bcxa 21, IStxioll & Lynis Eloc
Wastes Everything Fna a Fire
Silk Haniierchlef tot OlmuToat.
loco Cartalai t Bvedalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.-
1. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
Incorporated Under the
C F Lyndc,
11 P Hull,
E W Hurst,
J at Uuford,
JirKsoa A IH'hst, Solicitors.
CUKES (iOUT. RHEUMATISM
Testirnonlals free, lllclily endorsed by doe
tors. Itefer to Hon. Henry Carse, tx-mavor of
Kock Inland. Write todty.
SWANSUN UIIKUMATIC CUBE CO.
1W liearborn St , fhlrago.
Sold In Rock Island by T 11 Thomas and liar
shall & Fuller.
1803 Second Avenue.
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1S16 and 1618 Third Ave
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarlofa
Eath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From I a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tletnen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
oil 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 iftinng business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath