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THE ACGUS, MOXPAY, JTJIiY 3, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1814 Eeeond
ATeiae, Rock Island. HI. Enterea at a
Postofflce m Second-claaa mattex.1
Ul VHB MM! ow .
t TERMS Dally, 10 eents per week.
tZ.Cn per annum; In advance 11.50.
AH communications of political or arcnmen-
atlve character, political or relbjioua. noil
k rii imw uuekid lof publication. Mo
iod article will be printed over netltioas sir-
Correspondence solicited from rvarj town
kip In Bock Island county.
Monday. JCLY 3.
Gov. Tanser has declared that if
he wants a renominatinn be 'can and
will get it. John Riley's extreme
modest j is only exceeded by his knowl
edge of expert politics.
' While America is celebrating the
glorious Fourth of July tomorrow the
administration will still be showing
the inhabitants of the Philippines
'what it is not to have an independence
The president presented to Minis
ter Cambon, of France, a superb sil
ver loving cup in token of apprecia
tion of the services of the French
statesman in bringing about the re
establishment of peace between the
United States and 'Spain, a very ap-
propriate and graceful act.
Excmxo times were those of a year
ago today. Cervera's lleet was wiped
off the seas by the North Atlantic
squadron while attempting to escape
from Santiago harbor, thus practically
putting an end to Spanish empire
in any part of the western hemis
phere. It was the wafting away of
the last straw that held Spain to her
West Indian possessions.
Acting Chairman J. (J. Johnson,
of the democratic national committee,
has issued a call for a meeting of the
committee at the Sherman house in
Chicago July 20, in accordance with
the action of the recent informal con
ference held in St. Louisr The object
of the meeting is for the purpose of
considering matters relating to party
organization and other questions
pending of importance.
Tier as best the council will it can
not please the Union. -The morning
paper is now vexed because the alder
men went carefully over the May pay
roll before allowing it at Saturday
night's session. If the council would
pay all bill, ifca &Tt "contracted, hitor
niiris. regardless of by whom author
lzed, or for what purpose, it woul
doubtless come within the scope c
one of the Union's "philosophical de
his sword belt will be just twice as
broad a? that upon tl swrrl belt of
any other officer in the navv. Dewev's
cravat is to be of black ribbed, silk
and two inches wide, and must be tied
in a double knot. Ordinary rear ad
mirals can wear only one two-inch
band of gold lace on the sleeve, two
silver stars and one anchor on epau
let, and a, band of gold lace one and
one-half inches wide on their cocked
hats. Secretary Long was at great
pains to evolve these decorative hon
ors for the only admiral, and his
suit 'will be forwarded to Europe,
so that he may wear it when he meets
A St Loch wise man named Water
house proposes to change the name of
this country from the United States, to
Usona, Being a combined abbreviation
of the title United. States of North
America as now known, which it is
argued by the professor should
be adopted as including the
meaning of the time honored
name, but which is held to be too
long and no longer legitimately ap
plicable to a country that is reaching
out to extend its 'dominion by con
quest and purchase to the four corners
of the earth. We don't believe Prof.
Waterhouse's suggestion will go very
far. There may be a disposition in
Washington just now to discard some
of the fundamental principles of this
nation, but when it comes to throwing
away the name never! Like the Hag,
it stands for all that is highest and
noblest in a government representa
tive of the governed, even if it does
not so typify when back of the helm
in the ship of state certain influences
have been tampering with the compass.
What Republican Say of Themselves.
The republican party is the home
of trusts. Gov. Pingree, of Michigan-
Trusts are the legitimate offspring
of the gold standard. Ex-Gov. Esk
ridge. of Kansas.
The tariff is the mother of trusts.
Henry Havemeycr, trust-made mil
lionaire. Trusts make serfs. Congressman
George W. Prince.
Becai se the majority aldermen are
outgeneraling the mayor at every
point, the Union is much put out, and
instead of giving the aldermen tn
credit that is their due, it sneers at
them, and has much to say in derision
of lion. William Mchmry. this be
' cause Mr. McEniry has advised with
the aldermen on several occasions, at
their sutrsestion. it being found that
the present city attorney had "con
cluded to take a hand" in matters o
political controversy between the
raavor and council. And since the
aldermen have it from the republican
paper that the city attorney has thus
arrayed himself, why should they not
have an attorney ol their own to con
As admiral of the navy George
Dewey's official dress is prescribed
and he must wear it when on duty
His ordinary uniforms are not trou
blesome, but his dress uniform is
gorgeous and calculated to outshine
even a major general's of the army at
a ball. 1 he hero of Manila Kay,
whenever he appears with his "ago
nies" on, must wear patent leather or
black calfskin shoe9. The sleeves of
his coat must have three lines of gold
lace. Two of these will be two inches
wide, and between them will run an
other band of gold lace one inch, in
width. On his epaulets will be fixed
lour live-pointed silver stars wun
two anchors. His admiral's cocked hat
will be anorned with bawls of gold lace
two inches wide, and the gold lace on
i l r
w m . j m
Is bottled from stock hot less thin 8
months old. It fives splendid stiengti
to young mother. Avoid crude new
fTicJ PS I THIS WORLD fAMOLS BMW.
a douim in M. Louis ty To
lsale Dealers, D avenpon. Ia.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the city clerk's oflice, Ilock Island,
until Monday, July 17, at o'clock
p. m., for constructing the improve
ment ordered by an ordinance entitled
'An ordinance for the improve
ment of Twenty-second street in the
cityof Rock Island, state of Illinois,
from the north line of Third avenue
to the north line of Tenth aveni'" "
And for furnishing all the n . f
and doikg the work according to the
plans and specifications on tile at the
city clerk. s oCice. Blank bids will be
furnished on application.
Each bid raudt be accompanied by a
cer tiheti check in the sum ol live nun
dred ($500.00) dollars on some Rock
Island bank, payable to the order of
the mayor of said city, which shall
become forfeited to said city in case
the bidder shall fail to enter into con
tract within ten (10) days after the
awarding of said contract, with ap
proved sureties to execute the work
for the price mentioned in his bid and
according to the plans and speciuca-
tions in the event that the contract
shall be awarded to him. Contractors
are required to furnish samples of the
brick with which work is to be done
Brick used in the work must cor
respond with the samples in quality
Rock Island. 111., June 27. 1899.
H. C. Scivaffek, City Clerk,
No Klght to Icllneas.
The woman who is lovely in face
form and temper will always have
mends, but one who would be at
tractive must keep her health. If she
is weak, sickly and all run down, she
will be nervous and irritable. If she
has constipation or kidney trouble,
her impure blood will cause pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch
ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and' to
purify the blood. It gives strong
nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvet
skin; rich complexion. It will make
a good-looking, charming woman of a
run-down invalid. Only 50 cents at
liartz & unemeyer s drug store.
Alter you nave concluded , that you
ought not to drink coffee. - It is not a
medicine, but doctors order - it, be
cause it is healthful, invigorating and
appetizing. It is made from pure
grains ana nas mat ricn seal brown
color and taste like the finest grades
of coffee and costs about one-Iourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nour
ishment. Ask vour grocer for
Grain-O, the new food, drink. 15 and
We have sold many different cough
remedies, but none has given better
satisfaction than Chamberlain's,"
says Charles Uolzhaucr, druggist.
Newark, N. J. "It is perfectly safe
and can be relied upon in all cases of
coughs, colds or hoarseness." Sold by
ARE NO PLAYERS AVERAGES I DAMAGE BY THE FLAMES.
' Two Bum DmlroTrd and Horse "Loses
Fire, whlcS broke out at 5 o'clock
Saturday afternoon in a barn on the
premises' of Mrs. Henrietta Benser.
1002 Second avenue, destroyed prop
erty valued at $2,000. including a
horse belonging to M. L. Salyard.
The flames originated among shavings
in the carpenter shop cf Euiil Thonn,
which occupied a portion of the barn.
The family of W. P. Quayle reside in
the 2-story brick houseon the premises,
subletting the stable to Mr. Thonn Mr.
Salyard and J. S. Gilmore. The barn
was in flames in a moment, and before
the tire department arrived the frame
addition to Mr. Gilmore's brick stable
adjoining at the east had likewise been
seriously damaged. It was a hot blaze
and it was with difficulty that its
further spread was prevented. As 'it
was, the roof of the Benser home
stead was charred and the barns of
Dan McKinneyand Mrs. Louisa Burgs
ton on the south side of the alley were
each damaged f 100. The loss to the
Benser property is $1,000. Mr. Gil
more estimates his loss at $500, Mr.
Salyard $150, Mr. Thonn $150 and Mr.
Another Evidence of Poor Condnst of
Western Association Affairs.
The Abgls. since the disbanding of
the Western Baseball association, has
been endeavoring to get the fielding
and batting averages of the members
of the Rock Island team. . It seems to
have been a fruitless task, however, as
the appended reply to a letter written
J. Stanley lJrowne, president of the
late association, shows:
"In "reply to yours of recent date I
regret to sav that only two clubs re
turned the scores of games played in
their respective cities. These were
Rock (Island and Rockford. Blooming-
ington ' did fairly well, but Cedar
Rapids did not file the score of a single
game, despite my requests. There
fore any averages that could be made
up from information in my possession
would lie of practically no value."
Another evidence of the un business
like manner in which the affairs of
the league were conducted and for
which the majority of the clubs were
individually largely to blame.
The packets Verne wain and Wino
na made their daily visits to the local
The stage of water at the Rock
Island bridge at 6 a. m. was 9.90,
and at noon it was 9:75. The tem
perature at noon was 82.
J he vt. J. loung, Jr., was here as
usual from Burlington.
The J. W. Van Sant, F. Wever-
hauser and Glenniont came down with
32 strings each of logs, and the Moun
tain Bell with 16 strin-rs of loss aud
16 of lumber. The Isaac Staples
brought 16 strings of logs.
Boats down were the Lone Star,
Lydia Van Sant, Hennepin, Mary B.f
Pilot and Park Bluff; up. the Henne
pin, Pilot, Inverness, Scotia. II. C.
Brockman, Weyerhausuer, Monarch.
TO BE DEPENDED ON.
In the markets of Brazil one often
sees live snakes a epecies of boa from
10 to 15 feet long. They are employed
in many houses to hunt rats at night,
being otherwise perfectly harm let.
They become attached to a house like a
cat or a doe.
'I have received more benefit from
one bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure than
from- months of treatment by physi
cians," writes V. B. Conklin, of Bow-
Arnold's Bromo Celery cores head.
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. .Eeiss'
Because It Is the Experience of a Rock
Island Citizen and Can Readily
A stranger lost in a large city would
place far more dependence on the di
rections given him by a local resident
than the guidance of another stranrer
like mvself. This is a natural conse
quence of experience; it's like a ship
in a strange port a trusty pilot
familiar with the harbor is always
called upon to bring her safely to her
moorings. So it is with endorsement;
we doubt the sayings of people living
at distant points because we can't in
vestigate, but public expression of
loca1 slt!7.CM iu be depended on, for
lis an easy niatttfrlu ,"-ovp. !.t. Evi-
dflnce like the following is heyonA
dispute: Mr. Jrrank liallenger, of 6061
Seventh avenue, conductor on the red
line of the street railway, says
"irom fall until spring it was
steady aching pain across ruv back
Beiujr weak there, setting on and off
the car so often and the jarring add
jolting further aggravated the trouble
There was too frequent action of the
kidney secretions which was very an
noyiog through the day. 1 saw l)oan
Kidney Pills advertised in the daily
papers ana l obtained a box at Alar
shall & Misher's drug store. I found
them just as represented. They re
lieved the pain in my back and regu
laed the kidney difficulties. I had
several colds since, but they did not
affect mv back as formerly.'
Doan's Kidnev Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed Jby
sole agents for the Laited Mates, lie
member the name, Doan's, and take
The emotional litterateur had juet
written a piece of which he was very
proud. The editor looked it over and
"Do you candidly think 6uch opinions
ought to go into cold type?"
I dou't know much about the prao
tical work of printing," was the reply,
"but I don't believe it makes any differ
enca Even if the type is cold, I gness
that article will take the chill off it."
A Senator's Wife
E made over three thousand calls in ts
person and by card during one
winter season in Washington. She
was utterly exhausted in the spring
and kept her bed almost all summer
to regain strength for the next win
ter. Had she systematically taken
June 29 R. C. Noyes to John Ed
ward Jones, lots 17 and 19, block 4
South Park add., Rock Island, $155.
County Clerk to James Quinn, lots
10 and 11, block 1, Holmes Hakes
Ellen S. Webber by trustee to J.
Silas Leas, lot 12, block 4, Columbia
Park add., Rock Island, $750.
30 John J. Ingram to Isaac L.
Vanderslice, lots 17 and 18, block 3.
Black Hawk add., Rock Island,
Peter J. Kail et al to Alexander E.
Montgomery. Jots 3 and 4 block 2,
Candee Grove. ' lot 10, block 3, South
Moline, lots 21, 49, 4S, 50, 58 and 69.
First add. to Edsewood Park, Rock
Island, and tract by metes and bounds.
32. 18, lw, $3,000.
Bnford Post. Attention.
The members of John Buford post
G- A. R. are requested to meet on
Market square ato:4o tomorrow morn
in?, and take the street cars for Mo
line to take part in the Fourth of July
celebration there. J he old soldiers
are cordially invited to ro with us.'
By order ol
w. A. roKKis, commander.
W. P. Qcavle, Adjutant.
tiira V'p All Hope.
Louis Prickett, 509 Bryan avenue,
Danville, 111., writes: I had suffered
several vears with 'asthma, and after
trying a great many remedies I had
riven up all hope. I was advised to
try Foley's Honey and Tar. It im
mediately stops the coughing spells
and I, get my breath more freely. It
is the only medicine that ever gave
De Witt's Little Early Risers act as
faultless pills should, cleansing and
reviving the system instead of weak
ening it. Thev are mild and sure,
small and pleasant to take and
entirely free from objectionabledrugs.
Thev assist rather than compel. For
sale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Reiss and
M. F. Bahnsen, druzUts.
Tin txd 1m Haw tay Bog
Ej night and morning every day, she
S would have been strengthened, sus
S tained and nourished,' so that at
s the end of the season, instead of
5! hing vitally (Sen'ttca atniiiaoy to
die, she would doubtless have been
r in good physical condition or even
in most excellent health.
At all drug stores.
GIRL AT THE HARPER
GIRL, AT 1810 SECOND
WIFP-K G,Kt- AT RESTAURANT,
It Zi Second avenue.
Homes for Sale
Modern house on Seventh avenue S-'i.COO
10-room bouse on Third avenue 5.5KI
Three 5-room bouses on Forty Urst street 4.4CO
7-room house on forty-tlrst street l.WK)
H-room double bouse Twenty Hist street. l.auO
3-story store room ana o-room bouse on
Tbird avenue 3.500
Modern house on Moline avenue l.5t4
Two tine lots on Twenly-tirst street 3.100
Two flue lots on Seventeenth s reet "J 2i0
Modern house on Forty-third street 7 -ViO
Modern house on Twenty-fourth street . . 3 500
7-room house on Twenty-second street.
nearly new '. 3.500
9-room bouse, brick, on First avenue 3,600
8-room bouse on Tweuty-lirst street, fur
nace, modern 3.500
g-room bouse on Seventeenth street, new 3.o)
11 -room bouse on Fiftb-und-a-bulf avenue. 1,4(M
T-room nouse on corty-nrst street, two
7-room bouse and l lots on Ninth street.. S.kV)
7-room bouse on Thirteenth avenue 'J.C00
7-room house on Thirteenth avenue 2.5i0
4- rootn bouse on Ninth avenue 800
5- room house on Ninth street 9U)
Two 6-rooin houses on Ninth street, each. 1,000
z story business block on Second avenue,
lot running to First avenue 7.000
Two good business lots on Tbird avenue
Several fine lots In Black Hawk. Sturtreon
Scbnell and South Park additions on reasona
Many tine bo-"es in Columbia and Sontb
Park, Ouyer s addition and Moline, for sale
cheap and on easr te-ms.
Real estate, lire snd life Insurance.
Much of the Dronertv that we Have can be
boutrht on monthly installments at a low rate
of interest. Kansas. Nebraska and South Da
kota improved farms for sale ebeap. Smal
farms in Rock Island countv for sale or trade.
uau or write,
HULL & CO.,
Mitchell & Lynde Bui'ding, Room 21
Lea & Pen-ins'
Gives most delicious flavor to
Hot and Coitl Heats,
Salads, Soups, Gamo,
VoIsh Rarebits, etc.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
"Ty ANTED POSITION BY A LADY BOOK-
keeper. Address G, A Rous.
WANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at ii8 Fourth avenue.
GD2L FOR GENERAL
Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
"I T A NTED BOA RDERS
at 1 U4 Tbird avenue.
Private f amis v.
GIRT. FOR GENERAL
Inquire 1916 Fifth avenue.
WANTED A HOME FR A BABY HOY.
11L' ln1ulret Fourth avenue. Moune.
VXVANTED BOYS AT THE ROCK ISLAND
v Sash and Door works. Must be over
14 years of ae.
WANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lessons in dancing can do so b
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
A Vr A NTED GOOD. RELI A BI.E OIL S A LES
v man. on commission orsalary. Address
uaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A MAN COMPETENT TO
take charire of a livery stable: can buy
in or can secure a steady po&iiion from V. C.
WANTED-THHEE OR FOCR UNFUR
nfshed rooms for l'jrht housekeeping.
Address I.. C. Murdock, 1U7 Ripley street,
XTANTED GIRL OR WOMAN AS HOtTSE
w f keener, must be neat and fond of child
ren. 10 TUi:d avenue, or Ninth street. South
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions, otf Mitchell & Lynde building, be
tween S and (p.m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address M-." A lit, us.
WANTED A FUSST-CLASS GIRL FOR
peneral housework. Easy work: small
family of four: no washinu, Kood pay. Call
afternoon or evening, lb7; Second avenue.
TANTED SITUATION BY HOUS&
T T keeper. Excellent economist and man
ager: trained in care of children, uood seam
tress. Uood home. Address giving full par
ticulars, A 86, care of A Hues.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, Davenport, Iowa.
VTANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
v v mechanical drawing. Pen and ink,
china paint ing and new method of water col
ors. Children's el'iss Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class In
the evening. Lessons 50 cents. Miss Piatt,
studio 006 Kighteen.h street.
This sign stare on every bottle
Jofca Duncan's Sons. Ageats. New York.
Orviwi mfMi bcmutli'te Um hafc. I
huootei tlniun ant rrwrTh. I
ST ever Fails to Rtore Ortj !
UjLir to its Tauthful Color. I
TXT A NTED T1 LOAN
MONEY ON DIA
watches, iewelrv. hardware.
iniisinal Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
ponds, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paia ior secona nana gooas o( aip kinds also.
The above goods for sale at ii.Uf ib usual
store Dnces. au ousmess transactions strictly
cunnuenuu xxis new numoe. ana location
IhJ Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
TTIOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
-MJ front room in private family. Inquire a
1 nira uvenue.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
W. C. Maucker's grocery store.
TTIOR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
J. Don s store, 161 Second avenue.
FOR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at 1515-1517 Second avenue. Inquire of
TTIOR RENT FOCR FURNISHED ROOMS
t- for light housekeeping, on ground floor,
Inquire tigutn avenue.
TTIOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM, WHAT
A. was formerly tbe Standard club rooms.
Has been fitted up with new and complete
lodge room furniture ana nxtures, and u
open and ready for inspection. Cheap rent
team neat. Apply oi tvreu et aiatn.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RES I
dence with modem improvements. In
quire at 637 Seventeenth street.
"TOR SALE AFTER JULY FOURTH.
A? good surrey horse. Cai be driven bv a
lndy. Apply to John Ohlweiler, care of Carse &
TjlOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
JL All kinds of fruit: good buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one If taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
T7KR SALE A LARGE LOT ON THE
A' southwest cornerof Eleventh avenue and
Fifteenth street. Inquire of U. K. Cain, 1(!9
TTIOR SALE CHEAP. A GOOD SECOND-
hand Alaska refrigerator, in good con
dition, with Ice capacity of lg pounds. In
quire at :i: i m enusin street.
iXR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-AC RE
. farm near town- Lots of fisilt. To be
told cheap to settle an estate. HeVe Is a bar
gain cheap Xor cash. No trade. Gordon st
M The Choicest Vegetables.
As well as fruits that are pick
ed at the proper time, and can
ned t absolutely fresh by the
most reliable packers, is the
only kind yon,will tind at our
btore.' t r -."
We Handle the Choicest
and our prices are always at
tbe bottom. -
Yours for good goods and
NELSON & LUNDQUIST,
CASH GROCERS, 2223 Fourth are. Thone 1090.
FUVE TAILORING ...
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote:' Fall" novelties
In suits the prices rango from $18, $20, 22, f 25 and tip. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $ 5, $5 60, $6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
BUS ENGLIN. .r-j
Rock Island Savings Ban
Rook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Foar Per Cent Paid on
"MOKEY LOANED OH PERSONAL CO LATERAL OS iEAL ESTATE
J. M. Buford, president,
Jobn Crubaugb, Vice President.
P. Oreenawalt, Cashier.
Began business July r, !, and occupy the
S. E. comer ol Mitchell Lynda's
H. B. Cable,
. Jobn Crubaugh,
H. P. Hull, ,
K. W. Hurst,
Solicitors Jaaksoa Hurst.
TTKR SALE COAL IN ANY
X of 50 bushels or over at ti 50 per ton.
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial faonse barbershop. Rock
Island, or baoa James, uuan.
Li KIR SALE A NEAT OFFIC
ms with about 00 ainerent suae
dUng legal blanks or any description of papers
n nst form to te kept in snapa ior writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just ths
ihiac for any' efflue wlih eon tracts, etc., to
Address a. M. w., care oi iu asbcs
T7HDCND A POINTER PCP.
J have same by calling at & L & P.
OST ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
J between Eight-and-a-half and Ninth ave
nues, a Dalr of rota spectacles, tmaer will
please return to Tas A nous office.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H- Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
of Northwestern University, SiSSi00
Cblnfo, EvansUm, 111. the Dean,
Prof. P. C. IX'TKIN, Jtasle Hall, Evanstoa-
The National Collection Agency of Wash
ington, D. C. Will Dispose of the
L. Pfeiffer, Alton 215
Jacob Juensoo, Aruboy
Wolf & Louis Colin, Athens
Ernest K. Cubeen & Ira Kobin-on,
C. M. Cunningham, Anchor
M. L. Gardner. lUooiuington
F. T. Hrubaker, iirubukur...-. :
J K. Ilurtom Hunker H ill .v '
William Bowley. Ilelviderc
T. Wadwortb & Co.. Charleston.'.
John N. Clegg & George J. Hibbard,
E. M. Fitzsimmons, Chicago
R F. Bole, Chicago '.
Julius Muznberg. Chicago
Dr. Kichaid Lull. Chiaugo
Morris A. Newmann, U3 Indiana s reet,
Goldstein Bros., Chicago
C. F. Raid, Siity-Hrst street & Oglesby
John Keogh. Chicago
Louis W. KeLss, Chicago
Frank E. Smitb, 1:21 Market street, Chi
Louis Fink, 87tf Tbirty-lirst street, Chi
cago W. H. WUiford. Canavills'
James T Neville, Chester
Parish ft Casker, Creal Springs
D. H. Patrick. Carmi
Daniel H. Patrick, Canni
Qeorge F. Woods Canton
Thomas H O. Shea, Cairo
J. M. Dasbiil. Decatur
H. D. Wall. Dressor.
Cnsrles B. Lcuubmun, Danville
M. J. Reinhelmer, Danville
AnirewK. Mcfcwan. Dixon
Jobn P. Knright. Kast St. xouis
F. W. Neel. Enneld
Jacob Shurman and Louis Kstzen. JlI-
pin 60S 00
J. f. waiteis. uienaaie 97 xi
Ueorge F. Clark, Hoopeston l.M 28
William Kuabker, ivannoe- ft I iy
W. T. Hubbard & Son. Johnson City... hi
J. F. Resder. Kinmnudy l: 18
W. S. Cabeen. Keilbsburg 25 75
W. S. Cabeen, Ketihslmrg 6mS 37
L. M. Churchill, Little York 2,aSH 4i
W. M. Ilnkerton, Monmouth JH4 37
C. K. Cutler. Monmonlb 15a 41
N. W. Montgomery, Montgomery 1.8M1 IH
T. L. Campbell. Marlon at 7H
vv. J. Fooley, waiuKm m 1)4
W. D. Foote, Mattoon SSI GO
William Moser & M Friedman. Monoa I.Xfll 73
I. Oil! 11
George VV. Haines, Mt. Pulaski..
R. H Ashop. Alakanda ,
George H. Brown. Morrisun
Bernard & Isaac tiaer. Metropolis
David H. Humphrey, Murpbysboro...
E. T. Bmltb. Neoga
P. C. Paul, Nashville
M. E. Melvin, New Bedford
. M. Dougherty, Pomona
T. T. Robinson, Pomona
F. K. Downey, Paris
Dr. C. C. Ransom. Potomac
George A. Seely & Co.. Prairie City.
Charles E. Hurkenbueil, Peru
L. A. Gneudling. Qulncy.
I .'4 01
S. T. King, Roodbouse 3X7 43
D. W. Reeves. ReevesviUe CW 41
J. A. Burt Produce company. Rock
Island '.. fi 75
R. M. Lonanecber, Robinson 33 fts
L. Hall. Raleigh II 25
Hoyt A Fus-elman, Sprlngtleld ion as
Jones A Harper, Simpson
Prendergrasi Bros.. Streator.
Dr. J. D. Donovan. Sullivan....
Abraham togler. ht. fcimo
T. B. Humphrey. Tunnell HUL
J. M. Vinson, TiinnH Hill
James Bourne. Taylorville
Haines A Hidweil. Taylorville
Frank Morlock, Vandila
C. E. SneU Co.. Vandalb....
L. V each. Vienna
Ira Stevens, Watseka
W. A. Smsllcy. Youngstown..
Send bids to the
NATION AL COLLECTION AGENCY,
Washington, D. C.
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L. Simon, " X. v
J ld.Uulo4 : X
Young America I m Hirr
Loose , I I - ' I
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ebralflrcU: 1 I
bll r bira; y
celeMo it vi. S
once a year to eel
birth Jay. We arc
all tbe patriotic to
in roman candles, giant'erackers,
rockets and HAiJS, 'as well
cannons, pistols iid atimunitian
all kinds. TLnS are, all lian-u
cracker-jack goodijat lowjdown prieci-
Aa J. RIESS,
Fourth Avenue and
ilrd St., Kock Island, II
ana 1 rimmings
;i by none. This
All kinds of repairing, and
plumbing, pas and steam
titting done qnickly and in a
thorough manner. Supplies
furnished and every order
given prompt attention.
1805 First Avenue.
Subscribe for Ths A sacs.
stone does not wash or ftolor the
wall with alka'l, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will . receive
careful attention and be returned
protaptly'at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles 'from
Island on theC. . &
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 wil
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos
buildings can lie seen at lloH
No. 12, MiUhi ll &.Lynde's Lni!
ABTIIUR BUERALL, MaD.-j
Rock Island or Colona. I1L
1 1 ll
Dr. Wllllama Indlar
OiolnKiit wl. ire I ;
illcedti'ir SDt It
ai.sys- ths Itclimg at one
as a or;uitit-, gives insta
lief. Dr. "Ivilllamu'lndlanpil
dimii UnrenarMl for Piles ar.
Ins; of the prfi st parts Every -
warranted. BforiT"'i"f mi
Hpt of nrtrff. to eeats snd I.O. wi
AUfACTUBJfi CO.. iiov- Cievai. .
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