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4 THE ARGUa TTEDfrESDAr, FEBBUABY 19,1896.
nrtTie A"RflTTH I to pabnc opinion, and If tbo public gen-1 8HEOiiTALic..n ratiiAfc I -.- 1 I ..... I - , . g
Wbdiuoat, Februabt 19. 18 M.
Vital statietlca of Massachusetts
show that la that state women at
nnob longer lived than man.
Winn a radios of two miles from
tba canter of Palmyra, Maine, live 20
persona mora tnan 80 years old.
Mow tbat tba ioa baa bean broken
at tba Union office. It may coma
easier xor it to speak nereaiter.
Thit sat tbat black snow fell yes.
terday la Illinois. No wonder after
want nappened la Chicago Saturday,
TRB'anlat rumor baa rone forth
tbat 8he.br H. Cnllom ia teking a
particular Interest In tba nortb pole
uiscorsry. l net is not anrprisin g.
A baby boy weighing seven pounds
and having a heavy bead of hair and
two rowa of teeth was born to the
wife of Samuel Megoine. a merchant
of Lexington, Ky., a lew days ago.
Clam E. Cabs, the paranatal pol
luciaa or tne ciassio city of Uales-
burg, is once more grooming his
ateed for active work. Clark wants
to be United States senator and
claims to have been riven hia latest
inspiration by friends whose urgent
encouragement, he says, justifies
him la making the race. Peoria
lias. Seinxkr, b 70-year-old woman
of Janes vllle. Wis., recently tried to
go to Arkansas aa a piano. She was
moving ber furniture and proposed
to save two tickets by arranging
bertha for herself and grandaugnter
la a piano box, but just before start
ing time the railroad men discovered
the plan. Now she must buy her
ucxets or remain waere ane is.
The powers be blessed for one
thing! The A bo i s has at last
stirred the Union to remark that the
republicans of Illinois are mostlv for
McKinley for president, but it pre.
lers to wait a little longer on tne gu
bernatorial issue before it expresses
itself. On the question of its own
preferences the union has not yet
ventured bcyona recall, ii it can be
kept awake it mav speak further
later on. The local public, however.
la long suffering so far as the Union
Michigan is paying dearly for re
turning the republican party to full
power In that state. The taxes have
been doubled, corruption runs riot
la high places, and aa insolvent
"machine" rides rough-shod over all
mea who dare to protest against the
coarse pursued, ine repuoiican
party has regained power in New
xork, and tne oldest repuoiican
paper la New York City says that
tne state capital "is laiestea or po
litical crooks, brigands and bucca.
nears." The people of Illinois have
obiect lessons In New xork and
Michigan which cannot fail to deter
tnem irom returning me repunucaa
party and its cotxupt macbiae to
TAa Mate la
Xa France we find that tbe potato
Was placed on tbe royal table in tbe
year 1018, but It was Parmentier, an
apothecary, who really introduced it and
did all be could to get it generally cul
tivated. though not without tbe assist
ance of tbe government In 1771 a high
prise was offered by tbe Academy of
Aleaaaorai for tbe difooveryox a new
food which would fill tbe place of ce
reals in case of a famine. Parmentier
showed hia potatoes, and Louis XVI gave
him SO morgan of land to plant tbem
on. When showing the first flowers of
hia potatoes, tbe king need tbem aa a
buttonhole bouquet. Queen Marie An
toineote had them in the evening in her
hair, and at once princes, doles and
high functionaries went to Parmentier
to obtain such flowers.
All Paris talked of nothing bat pota
toes and tbe cultivator of them. Tbe
king said. "France will thank yon same
time hence because you have found
tread for tbe poor." And France bas
not forgotten Parmentier, for I aaw my
aelf la 1883 potatoes growing on his
grave in tbe grand cemetery of Paris,
tbe Per la Chaise, and I was assured
that they irate planted there every year,
so that hia serrioM might never be for
gotten by .frenchmen. -oarnal Royal
The hansom cab is perhaps tbe most
convenient hackney carriage in tbe
world. It ia light and bandy to drive,
reasonably safe. and. to the trained Lon
doner, not too difficult to enter. Bat it
has one serious drawback, of which we
are reminded every returning winter.
This ia that the seat to very liable to
get damp in wet weather. A mile or
two's sitting on the soaked cushions
may easily result ia rheumatism, sriaU
ca or a general chill, ending la a more
Ot leas serious illness.
v Th hansom cabman Is
TWMM-BHj. M MM eat MK. week.
to public opinion, and If the public gen
erally were to take to examining the
state of the cushions before engaging
tne cabs it la probable tbat means
would be found to keep tbem dry. Even
as it is, the men take a good deal . of
pains, but are not too well seconded by
their "fares," who are very disposed to
get out, leaving tbe doors open, where
as a moment's' care will shut them.
British Medical Journal.
WEIGHT POSSIBiC'TIES OF CARP.
If Wan Vad aad Trntos, Tfcay Attala Se
Big fish chronicles are always inter
esting. Attention is Just now being be
stowed upon the weight possibilities of
carp. These fish are notoriously long
lived, and, provided they are not caught
before they have had a chance of living
long, and, provided again, thev have
few enemiea and solicitous keepers to
supplement tneir natural food supply
regularly, it is only natural that they
ehouM grow to a relatively great size.
Under normal conditions, of course, they
oo not exceed a few pounds, and, as it
ia tne normal conditions that prevail.
discussion of what they might attain
may be regarded by not a few as some
thing of a futility. Still, they are some
times placed In peculiarly favorable cir
cumstancca, and, as the question is
really concerned with what weight they
can reach, it is not such a futility after
We must go abroad for the bincest
carp of which angling history has to
telL In a private pond in Saxony there
used to be a pair of breeding carp whose
united weight in Saxony measure (7 per
cent heavier than English) reached 91
pounds. The male was 43 pounds and
tne female 48 pounds. By good living
and attention they even exceeded this.
In 1 1 years tbe male put on V pounds
and the female 12 pounds. The pond
whicn afforded a home for these crea
turea was a famous one. In one year
4,000 pounds of carp were taken from it
to say nothing of tench and jack. In
this same pond which, by thewav. cov
ered 17 acres tbe proprietor had left
several carp for breeding. Five of these
weighed 103 pounds Saxon, and the
largest of the five, a Spiegol carp, aged
18 years, drew in the scale 31 ponnds
English. The sge of the two first alluded
to could not be estimated. They were on
the estate when it was purchased from
another family, SO years before.
We have never to our personal knowl
edge known a carp that exceeded 22
pounds to be caught ia English waters.
A brace which weighed 85 pounds was
once presented to tbe late Lord Esre-
mont A curious thing about these bis
fish is their tamenes. Mr. Pennell tells
us he has seen carp in the garden ponds
of Rotterdam eagerly following visitors
about to be fed, while one immense fel
low, with a side as broad as a flitch of
bacon and an appetite that seemed in
satiable, actually pursued him for near
ly 100 yards along the side of tbe bank
until hia stock of bread bad run out
This fish, be adds, must bare weighed
IS pounds. Their rate of growth has
been approximately computed to be
5 pounds during the first six years and
6 pounds before tho tenth year. Pull
Ala ll uaactta
The A nay la Kapotooa'a Day.
Tbe Russian army was strong in reg
ular infantry, but weak in well disci
plined cavalry, although the latter defect
waa largely supplied by the Cossacks, a
peculiar body of riders from tbe Volga
and tbe Don, who paid the rental of
their lands to tbe crown by four years'
military service at their own charges.
Then, as now, they fought with barbar-
lo ferocity. Tbey attacked in open for
mation, each man for himself, and gave
no quarter until the czar offered a ducat
for every live Frenchman. Tbey were
known to ride 100 miles in 24 hours,
and their services in pursuing an en
emy were invaluable. Professor W. M.
Sloane in Century.
Oat af tha Maatha af
Little Effiewent to svniurnim anA
when the rabbi called next dav. wiuhino
to be sociable, she said to him, "I heard
you speak your piece yesterday."
"Did Too. mv child?" ha uid
surprised, half amused. "How did you
"Oh." answered the honest child,
'it made me awfnllv iImki " iii.
can Hebrew. "
Send your address to H. E. Back.
lia & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills are easv in
action and are particularly effective
in tne cure oi constipation and aick
headache. For malaria, and liver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action,
but by riving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Hernia? siie 26 cents per box.
Sold by Harts A Ullemeyer, drug-
"Mystio Care" for rhematism and
aeanuria cures In 1 to S days. Its
actios npoa the system ia remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
onoe the cause, ana tbe di
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 71 cents. Sola
by Utto GrotiBB, druggist, hoc is
land and Gust. Schlegal Sob, 230
west Second street, Davenport.
Should know that Foley's Hoaey and
Tar ia absolutely the best remedy for
au diseases of the throat, chest or
lungs. Dealers are authorised to
guarantee it to give satisfaction la
all cases, so cents. For sale at M.
F. Bahnaea's drag store.
Dumas fils had enrt manners. He was
shy. Like most shy people, be vanquish
ed this defect by going into the other
extreme. Be softened as he grew old
and took a relative polish at the meet
ings of the academy. The tongue was
always shrewd : it could be cruel. Tbe
code of social amenities waa at the time
I speak of a sealed book to him. I recol
lect a tilt between him and an Irish
girl, brought up in Paris, who sat op
posite to him at dinner. She was singu
larly plain. But ber ugliness was most
amusing, and she was a witty, good
tempered being. The nose was abort,
funny, retrousse, tbe mouth wide and
laughing and the tongue lisping, bat.
aa tbe French say, bien pendne for rep
artee. Dumas, after staring some time at
ber, put hia forefinger to the tip of hia
semiaquiline nose and pushed it up. He
kept it so for some time, still staring.
The pantomime was RrosEly impertinent.
I thought end so did every one else
tnat tne poor girl would burst into tears.
She laughed, not a bit hysterically, and.
feeling she was an object of general at
tention and of sympathy, made a funny
remark on the grimace that M. Dumas
was pleased to give himself. He began
to rally ber. She flung back retorts.
never heard such a mimic war of words
before or aince. It ended in a splendid
victory, through good humor and wit.
on the young lady 'a side. She spoke
rrencn to perfection. "M. Alphonse"
waa then on the stage. Mr. Ernest Pin-
ard, who listened with rapture, cried.
"Mademoiselle enfance votre Alphan
sine I" Alphonsine was tbe comic actress
in that play.
Dumas retired from the combat net
tled, but he did not long bear malice.
He afterward said what a pity it was
that la jeune Irlandaise etait dans le
m onde. She had the vis comica in a
greater degree than any actress or actor
he had ever seen, and proved that when
l'ame est bien faite there cannot be
ugliness. Paris Letter in London
Schiaparelli, the astronomer who first
discovered the so called "canals" of
Mars, did so with a much smaller tele
scope than those in use in many other
observatories at that time. And yet be
is a very nearsighted man. Garrett P.
Servisa of Brooklyn,' in speaking of his
nrst interview with the eminent Italian,
said that Schiaparelli would hold a vis
itor's card within five or six inches of
bis eyes in order to decipher it The sin
gular part of this story is not that a
man with such an infirmity should be
able to outdo other astronomers, for
keenness of vision depends rather upon
the retina than the convexity of the
lenses of the eye, and the eyepiece of a
telescope can bo tocuesed so as to suit
the latter. Bnt it does seem a little odd
that the gifted scientist in question
should habitually refrain from wearing
eyeglasses. Possibly be has a theory as
to the effect of their use upon his visual
Hero is a diamond. tiara a iwira nt
charcoal. Both carbon : yet between
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tnem sianas me migntiest oi mam-
clans nature. The food on your
table, and vour own bodv: elemant.
ally the aame; yet between the two
Hum ms ingestion, ine Broiler oi
growth or decline, life or death.
We cannot make a diamond?
cannot make flesh, blood and bone.
ao. But by means of the Shaker
Digestive Cordial we can enable the
Stomach to dicraat food which wnnM
otherwise ferment and poison the
system. In all forma of dyspepsia
anu incipient consumption, wun
weakness: loaa of flesh, thin hlnrut.
nervoua prostration the Cordial ia
tne snccessiui remeuy. xaxen tWitn
food it relieves at once. It nourishes
and assists nature to nourish
trial bottle enough
to ahow ita
merit iu cents.
Laxol ia the best medicine for chil
dren. Doctors recommend it in
place of Castor Oil.
Of the West Point graduates who
served in the Federal army during the
civil war one-fifth were killed in action,
one-half were wounded.
New York, the irreatest nf nm mm.
mercial citiea and the leading seaport,
ia also the greatest manufacturing state.
Tea want ot a medicine hi that it shall As
you good purify and enrich your blood,
throw off that tired feeling, and give yea
health, strength, courage and ambition.
inaxflla la the onl v trna blood nurifier
proailnaotly ia tba public aya today, and
It muts these laquiramanta perfectly.
This Is proved by the testimony ot thou
sands of people. Hood's
Builds up the nerves by feeding them on
para blood, creates an appetite by toning
the digestive orgmas, overcomes Tbat Tired
TanlllIM ft Vlna k MmJ
- m 0 fc I. w maim mwvw,
and gives sweat refreshing aleep. Toe
may raaliae that Hood's Hsrsspsrilla
this by giving it a fair trfaL tasdst
Hood's aad oaly Hood's, fl; six forks.
Hood's Pills 2.
KSV S EwZt2i2r Scaasaa1
jraeasnteflnas bavins bsea tpvetawa sd
uuwamz ec ua mat at Maul Hi
wul aaaaar safore tha coaatTooi
ocnuitT, at ta aOot ot lA clerk at MM eoan. la
thecfty ot Back aiiaad. at taa Antil rna aa
BW Brat Maaeay ia April aaxt, at wale tba
u prnHwa aannf cttiaa atrunn asM aatata at
MlMMrHMiMtauual, tor tae poraoaa
Dated tfcjs Uth day ot rebraaiy. A.D. IKS.
BBMBXBTTA BT. HZAOT. Adariniatntrlx.
atata af Vin B V arh.m
Tli iT . . 1 . a k I - i
feasor of tba arteie ot Mary dTb. ftckare.
efiaiaala. itetmet aeiaar glrea rotica last ka
will appear scrota the coast coart of Rock lelaaa
eonw, at the eatea of the clerk of eaid coart, la
mot j in MrajK louuKi, a mt Afrit ienn.oa
' awar mm jtprii kis m wnica vaja
all pemoas aartas claim, agaiaat ald estate are
aetata ted tsqaemedte attend, I or the porpoee
All persons radebted te said rstsle are req na
iad to ante latsataUla names to taa andar.
Hated this 14th day of Febrairy. A. Dw MS.
HANS SCHAVK, Administrator.
Bock Islutd ouuarr. f
.w- z:..;rr-; .r v"-- ""-."
M.t Af KMMT 1.1-.. 111 l .
pniiwj vi ua tramigma. uaon&a f ona.
i. i .u vtiuiMi ui ADorrv
Joharaa. .deceased, for leave to sell real estate
araald deeeared. at the F.braar term. A. D..
ISBS. Af Mart ik If j . .
Fetraerr, A. D. 1S9S. I shaU on the IS h
day ot Marcti, next, at the hoar of t o'clock p
.. sell at poblie sale at the south door ot ihe
- o ci.j tn hock iBtana, in
aaideoaatr. the ml ruate daKribad an rolVowa.
fa tiff Int n t.. I .1.. .- Li L i. "
forty-BTe 4&) ia Chicago or Lowrr addition to
the city of Mock bland. In the ronatr of Rock
Island, lad state at Illinois, rebj-ict to a mort
Ka Ilea of Be hnndrrd and iziern and ih'rtj--ST
anndredth iSSIS t5 dollar. In favor of the
" . imwi DililCTIOK. ttoaa a. oa
7 '"7- "..m. iiu ue i juvwuig icrma, lo-w t
eaB la haad.
listed this Uth day of February, A. TV, 1S91.
Admin'stralTlz of the estate of Andrew Johnson,
LOOKING the SAME
as a tailor-made suit isn't being
as good a one, and as a matter
of fact, the finest ready-made
suit in the world won't look like
a made-to -order one more than
a few weeks at tbe moat. For
dress occasions, at all events,
you want a perfect fitting suit,
even if you can get along with
the other kind for business. We
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage ia Solicited.
Office 180, Second At.
Harper Bow Block.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, alee,
trie, electro-thermal, ate., nay
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladles From I a. m. to
IS aa. oa week days For Gen.
tlemen Prom Jj. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will m open from 7 a. in
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen oaly.
Eleotrio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bat;
IL IX. BBIGGS,
EcilEstite, IiisiiRi.ce. Leans
AND HOC8ES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Are., Bock Island.
abases head el Ms hi Boeth Bosk Ttlaad aa
WANTED A COOK AT X SBVE3TH
"ALB HBW 8-BOOaT HOCAB. StS
ixtaaiaane. Apply oa preaneea.
ANTED-A COOK AT 1710 MNTB AVK-
aae,aiana. a agea at pat west.
TJ7A9TED BOARDXR9 TS PE1VATB FAB
nj at r.sa aeTeata avanne.
1T7A1TXD-BC07TD HAND SIT n arrron.
" tools. Address -X care ot Tas Aaaca.
CO El VT STORK BOOV. tl KIOH-
f"a eirjox dj u. Taj lor, Jt Kiaeteaath
rrrAWTiD-To bxchanob dintai. wobk
toraaoodnwadalia. Addrca, "a." care of
PR HISr-A 6-ROOM H0C8. 4IS PYDR.
taaata ifaMt a j n i . j.
WANTJD-A OIRL FOB QKNERAI. HOTJSB.
Ar-ar-. ua m
ewaaa FeJ W l.U, 1 aKtaataVt.
I7AR RAT.aVA nrtrra inn snnaa .
ta,th .r.. rV- .li "TLl . '
OI lAnd atA n,SaTaltr.Svnea. .a .a a an -
TjrrANTSD-FIR8T-Cf.AH 8ALISMK!! FOR
77.lSbiiatto?-, rata and spectaltiee.
Aflr frhSaSl 1 hah Barswti1aia a l aa. tr .
WTKD-VSahQXTIlXTSm BY A CBRTI-
f""i"i narae, late or vaaeliester.
FOB SAIK A FIRST-CLASS SlTOOTTTtO
fT- cf?.h.1.Lr,d 9'ct- Addreee Chari-
"Visa. aa s.A AIKBIOTOU tinl.
pUPILS WISHING TO LSJARN PROr UVh-
H lihsMh at aasaeat malaAil a 11 a .
nhiu uJrI e.u o. mi-
J w arww anajuta avouUB,
HA5RI.?LlEyiW'PBAt'R W AND
" Z7?l A ' m" rooos handled oa
eoniniMlon. Caah paid for all ralaabla fnrnl
tnre Ber jre barf ne gire me a eaU 1S11 Second
WNTKD-A POSITION AS 8TKNOSR.
" " - J jh"t o, a Tone? Hdrwho
can f irrals i her own marMw. Good refanc
aTlTshTI. AH ! at aaTt-ai t7k-t n . Z
hirf.V -aaipocil, IKK
"a aivauv, MVUUB, 111.
WATEI-TO BUT FOR CASH SI COND
. wmnpnin. aioneT t
Jon cha-tele and all articles of value. Goods
' wmj m enmmiaeion. isva roar or-
. w. donee.
WANTED-MEN WHO WILT. WORK FOR
...... Km-.s dj wampie to aeaiera, az-
al-i.iV- n ee. uoaeenoHl
bSSl OhT compny-71 w- 'onrth .treat, ciacln-
lITANTRn ltnn.inrD. n
Sm h JT Sfl?? e,,e and Rrd Star slimr
81S TwaSS fc"" r,7"?J05ea
e .WB, iiawuiwfsr, price mi.DU.
WApIT,OLARS 1,0 I'"ARN TUB
" ncn Kalloaa- ejatera at Mil Second ave-
' h bjiiutbi emnrncee tne model.
K.-.r Clzr . .""5IU -raw. rrenea
basting and bonlor for only S10. Veaal price tor
. . . ' - -m. a. ajawaoB.
TVIR RAT. 17 VlPTUt , . nm.ii .
- v . 1 -"iraier pieaenre isunch.
made to o-der for shallow draft. The beat hn.t
mace. Bun moinrat tv fr
. " ""r 1 . r;"- ra'uoniars rarnisked
r.:.- "- -."areas vox vst, lm Urosss,
EllinO TO ANT If A Iff np arnw..
t?.iT jrn;. , :r" , trmTon p-
, vrwua, aawvvaawaa ABB Bjrc9 II BBMMSJ Wa
EtT.i'Lpi" t"1" P" week to work for
" - K-v.u.. nmnati m sevmonr. SIS
Sooth Hixth lp..t d.1""""!
, a WW.UM
riTPST OrtBViro aucirsT. . .
VJ naaaaam an bt aSlOU, WUIHf Ul DBlL
prent.iidf0tara lost, or.tnlen prSperrj, th.
DIM nf vnne tnlnaa Tv .
octru. riirAl4) coMnlutloot. CHI from 8 7
w w ar. aaw, Wi WUBIJ roarUl sTtTeei.
Caas. Buuaa. Itanaaar.
EIGHT NIGHTS, commekciko
Sunday Evening, Feb. 23
The Supreme Favorites,
GORDON & GIBNEY CO
In a grsad repertoire of pliji, opeo
lag ia the great romantic drama,
.Un formed Bsnd end Clsssle Orches
tral The Best Compear oa the road
PLAYING AT 10c, 20o AMD SOo,
Grand f amil matinee Satardajr at 8
U sad 111 West Second Street.
I Sigh Class Seeds
Of all kinds auitabje for the
moat critical market Gar
deners and Trackers-
CLOVES AND GRASS SEEDS OF
Garden Tools, Seed Drills.
Cultivators. We carry a
complete atock of the cele
brated PLAXJET, fU.,' TOOLS.
Send for Cstalogaa.
Wkoleaale and BetaiL
A Rare Opportunity
To Secure Good
A Sale Extraordinary Now On.
We quote a few prices that cannot be beaten and
Allison's Standard Library.
oonna in ciotn. iz-mo., good
paper, clear print, publisher's
prices! 1, sale price 37 J c.
Albion Edition, elegant cloth,
gut top. stana works 27c.
The Famous Allison's Arun
del series, comprising history,
fiction, travel, adventute, bio
graphy and religion. Thia splen
did edition will be sold daring
the aale at 20c or 6 for a $1.
D & H Classics. Handsome
and daintj handy volumes, 100
titles, sale' price 18c
R. ORAMPTON te CO.
172 J Second Avenue.
Pianos with Harp, Mandolin and Zither Attachment.
Pianos with Music Drawers.
Pianos with Electro-Gold Wires.
Washburn Guitars, Mandolin's, Etc.
Music Books a large stock of 50c folios just received.
Sheet Music largest stock in the state.
All Musical Goods.
Call and See the New Mandolin Pianos.
116 West Second Street, - Davenports
BBATIVQ AMD VKMTlXATaia BBQIJIXXBA.
!l bW I "atavai lie
Ml Me I JEI
II U1 ggjgl-JM a
AH loads ef 1
Offioa and Shop 731 Twelfth street
1 jackets and Fur Capes
At Less than
120 Jacketa for $10.00
fl " 7.60
fl " S.00
10 " 6.00
A Grand Display of
BEE O HIVE
jWest Second ttreet - . ; DAVENPORT
At i (c We have decided to
place within the reach of the
public such authors as Doyle.
Mitchell, Bertha M. Claj and
othera of equal reputation, at aa
extraordinary low price, a handy
pocket edition, bound ia cloth,
During this sale we will make
special prices oa sets: Dickens.
Dumas. Eliot, Macaulay, Lytton.
. Ruskla and othera.
Make your selection before
the stock is broken.
UP TO DATE AT
If You Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MOL1NE
ca shaft aetiee
Cost of Materials.
WO Far Capea for. $15 00
AT HALF PRICE.
Spring and Summer