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TILE ABGHJB, THURSPAT, JUKE 18. 19Q3.
Those who have used salts, castor
Oianv home and maniifnrtiirwl nnnntivH l-i-Kvnr 'VV
that in such treatment there is no possibility
of cure from constipation. These, remedies are
at most physics and do absolutely no good.
In fact they frequently provoke piles, fistula,
didtis are traceable to their use.
Soon the ordinary doses of these
physics fail to have any
effort iiTv-in tVio
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and creates rich, red blood. Mull's Grape Tonic Is the finest thing
ever known for constipation. It is guaranteed to cure you. Large
ample bottle sent free to any address on receipt of to cts. for postage by
Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, 111. Send your druggist's name.
All drvQQisti tell 3IulV Grape Tonio at 60 cents a bottle.
Many who formerly smoked
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CHICAGO. R;CK ISLAND
V & Pacific hallway Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1811 Second are
cue, or O , R. L A P. 4epot
PifUj avenue foot of Thirty-
PfwirlA hrftnrth deiiAL foot of
Twentieth street. Vrnlr H P'.unmer. O P. A.
lenver limited A Omniia..
Ft. Worth, Dnver & K. C.
tOxnaha A Minneapolis....
Colorado A Ore ah a
Des Mole ea & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Des Moines Expret-
B. Paul ft Minneap. ' .
Denver, Fv Worth A C.
Kansas City, St Joe & Calif.
tKoc Island & Washington
Chicago A DesMc.lxes
Koch Island & Brooklyn Ac
Omahi A Des Moines
lu.tcar Kpfds, Tipton
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ROCK 1SI.AND AND PUORIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
. no trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 5 minutes in advance of time gtver.
3 w u
8:10 am B.40 pm
Jl :45 pm $5:65 pm
:: t5 am
t:0 am t4:55 pm
t3:2Q pm 2:20 pm
t8: 45 am
Peorls. Sprlngflld. St. L.
Poor". a, Springfield, Indian
lngton, at. louis
Peoria, Indian tpollfl, Cin
cinnati, Blooming ton....
Cable A Rherrard Accom.
Cable A Sherrard Accom.'
Arrival, ri'eparia.d tuauy except cut
d&v Phone Went t3. West 1123. West H?.
- CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A
jf;KBt Quincy Iepct second
avenue and Twectieth street.
FRANK A. HART,
Pawneer A pent.
Si. Louis. Srrlagaeld
Oalesburg, Peoria anC
Bterling, Mendota and
Bt. Louis, Kansas City,
Denver and PacLflc
Bterling and point i In
termediate Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, tdlnn.
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuc.ue, and
Clinton and Intermediate
7:30 am t:3& am
i7 30 am t6:3S am
876 pm 7:10 pm
f7:25 pir t7:10 pm
87:40 pm 7.00 am
t7:00 am t7:00 pm
87K am 7:00 pm
s. Stop at Hock Island 25 minutes
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
A St. Paul KaUway. D.,
R.L4N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Tialns for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east snd wett.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-j
Dabuque and St. Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
Tvnv nt -47 B ra via l1 rt th rlvwr.
ACME PACKET CO. Dal'y line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Kvery afternoon at 3:15.
F. R. HOPKINS. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
ule: Steatntr Helen Blair For Muscatine, Bur
lington and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday at 4 p. m and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
Steamer Silver Crescent -For Muscatine
and Burlington by daylight every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at II a. m. Fine
service and low rates. Parties can go to
Muscatinoon teamer Belen Blair and re
turn on Silver Creceot at 10:30 p. m Fare
for round trip 63 cents.
. p. R. HOPKINS, Agent.
For Clinton, Dubuque, Lat'roKse, St.
Paul and points between, steanler
Dubuque June 23, at 10:?,0 a. m.;
steamer Quincy June 28, at 10:30 a.m.
For Muscatine, Burlington. Quincy,
St. Louis and points between, steam
er Dubuque June 27, at 9 a. m.; steam
er Quincy Julv 2. at 9 a. m.
geokge lamont, Agrt.
Office: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
ephones: Old 1103, new 6105. .
E CLD nilUf nwAu. wisra cttbc
oil. and the
of temporary or obstlnata
would not cure. First, Mull's Grape Tonic Is unlike any
other treatment for constipation. It la the greatest and
most positive laxative known. But that Isn't what cures.
It Is the tonic properties of the grape and other fruits
that strengthens the worn-out muscles of the Intestinal
tract. Mull's Grape Tonio builds flesh, makes strength
10 Cigars now smoke
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of dental work
3all on us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be tirst
class in every respjet. If you are in
aeed of a set of teeth call and te our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
lo fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 2SC
Bone filling 25 C
Platinum tilling 50c
Silver fillings S0C
Gold fillings, fl and up $1,00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,00
Set of teeth, $5 and up 5. (JO
fl5 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Seconcl Ave.
Over Speidel's Drug Store.
I have been troubled a jrreat deal
Tvitli a torpid iiviT, vhi h produces constipa
tion. I fount! t'ASf WKKTS to be all you claim
for theu;. ;.ni wcurcii Mich relic-f thu tlr:-t trial
th;it I purchased another suiily unci wa: com
plielv rur' tl. I shall be o:ily too plau to re
cojruTien'l Ciisoarct.s whenever the opportunity
is prriented." J. A. S.Mn n,
il20 Susquehanna Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Ploa"nt. P.-latbl. Potent. Tanto Good. Do
Good, Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. 10c, Hie. 0o.
S(rtl U,mr4y rorapsar, fhlraco, Sonlrml. Sw Tork. 320
lift Tft SIAP Sold and pnnrantced bv all 5rng.
HU" I U'OHv gista to CLKK Tobacco Habit.
ONE WAV AND ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE
FiKST AND THIR0 TLESCAYS OF tACH MONTH
Direct coonecllnns t ClnclnnaH from all points
W3ITE FOR RATES.
W. A. BECKLER, N. P. A Chicago, HI.
D.r.JKOWN,.E.P.A. Detroit, Mlci.
W. W. DUNNAVANT, 1JA. Warren. 3.
CHA8. ZELL. D. P. A. Cincinnati.
W. O. MXH K A BoOHT, O. P.A.. .. Cinoinnati.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Sash. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All
lagle and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ill AND 329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,
! Iff p f pi
iMin i i '
An inquiry has come from New
York City asking1 for one Ambrose
Hickey, who it states was last heard
of in Davenport. The inquiry states
that he has a fortune amounting' to
something over $100,000 waiting for
him in the east and that the attorneys
for the estate are trying to locate
him. From the inquiry it would seeiji
that the man was about 40 years of
age and that he had spent most of
his time in Davenport. ' The money
left to him comes from the estate of
a distant relative who has recently
passed nway. A careful search in the
city directory docs not reveal the
n;ine of Ambrose Hickey, however,
anil inquiry gives no further light
on the subject. The supposition is
that he was a laboring man who
came here for a few mouths perhaps,
and whose name was not in the di
rectory. Another union has been formed.
The colored hodcarricrs organized and
the officers elected arc: President, An
drew Laccy; recording secretary, J. J.
P.uekner; iinancial secretary, Charles
Kobson; treasurer. Grant J'ergusou.
The union has become affiliated with
the Trades and Labor Assembly and
the members have been seated. An
other meeting will be held next Mon
The Betatl Clerks' union, No. 403,
held a meeting at Kedmen hall Tues
day evening and three new members
were admitted. They were J. N. Nigg,
Lew N. Apple aiul A. M Hurtles. New
applications were also received. It
was arranged to gie a dance at
Kchuetzen park July 1. The follow ing
officers were elected: President, AYil
liant Carlson; 1st vice president,
Harry Buff; 2nd vice president, A.
Hartman; recording and correspond
ing secretary, II. E. Creswcll; treasur
er, Paul K. Albrecht; financial secre
tary, .1. J. Schebler; past vice presi
dent, L. J. Wynes.
An important sale of West Third
street property has been made by C.
Emory Harrison, the real estate
agent, whereby for a consideration of
.flO.OOO, Mrs. Margaret Ilegenberger
has sold to Mrs. B. F. Aufderheiile, a
lot with a ol foot frontage anil a
depth of IjO feet, located on the south
side of Third street, between Harri
son and Kipley .streets. Mrs. Aufder
heiile has made the purchase with the
intention of erecting a four-story
office building upon the property.
Attorney 1). N. Ely will probably
make a trip into Mexico for the pur
pose of securing depositions to use
in antagonizing t he evidence of the
Mexican government, which is seeking
the extradition of ,1. II. (Ireenwell of
this city, on the charge of murdering
.1. L. Stanlield within the. boundaries
of Mexico. ly the consent of both
the plaintiff, the Mexican govern
ment and the defendant. the I'nited
States froverniiieiit Commissioner W.
C. MeArthur has granted a :0-davs
continuance in the (ireenwell case, for
the purpose of allowing the Mexican
government, through its representa
tive. Manuel Martinez, to scenic the
evidence of witnesses who have not
yet appeared in the case, and whose
testimony is vital. (ireenwell was
brought back to the city anil will re
main here until his case is again
At fS o'clock yesterday morning at
the Sacred Heart cathedral, occurred
the marriage of Jerry Ilyan. a plumb
er in the employ of the Davenport
Heating & Plumbing company, and
Miss Amelia Koch, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Koch, of K!:!3 Third
avenue in Mt. Ida. The young couple
will go to housekeeping at lM'J West
Ijocust street, where they wilj be at
home after duly 4.
At St. Joseph's church yesterday
morning, Bev. Anton Niermann of
ficiating, occurred the marriage of
Frank Buefer. son of the well known
musician, Michael Buefer, and Miss
Mary Hclfrich, one of the estimable
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Same Good Old Blatz.
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cine Co.. Madiaon, WU. It
keep you well. Our trada
mark cut en each package.
Price. 33 cents. Nevar o!4
In bulk. Accept' ubU
Te ask your VWttUU .
young ladies of St. Jo.seph'js parish.
The ceremony was followed by a
wedding breakfast at the home of the
Yesterday morning at the Sacred
Heart cathedral. Very Bev. James
Davis, V. G., united in marriage John
Kinney, a plumber in the employ of
the Davenport Steam Heating com
pany, anil Miss Hariet V. Beck, both
of this city. William Shanley and Miss
Annie Kinney, were the attendants.
A wedding breakfast was served at
the home of the bride's parents on
West Locust street, after the cere
mony. The couple will be at home af
ter July 1 at 1410 Bipley street.
The death of Mrs. Frit. Gerken,
nee Christian Nissen, occurred yester
day at the family home, (il West
Fourth street, after a rather pro
longed illness. Mrs. Gerken was born
in liensburg, Germany, March 11),
1S45. Her father, Johaim H. .Nissen.
came to this country when she was a
child of ." years. For a number of
years her home was made, at Jersey
City, N. J., but for the past :!(' years
it has been here in Davenport. Her
father will be remembered as one of
the unfortunate Davenporters who
went down in mid-occn on the foun
dered steamship Schiller, US years
ago. Mrs. Gerken is survived by her
husband and two children, Fd 11. Git
kVn, and Miss Johanna Gerken, both
At 6: 13 Tuesday evening, at the
home of the parents, Mr. anil Mrs
'Herman Wesenberg, nf 170G AYojst
Seventh street, occurred the death of
Otto Wesenberg, the 10-months-ohl
son of the family. Five sisters and one
brother besides parents survive.
C. T. Darling has received word an
nouncing the death Tuesday night of
his only sister, Mrs. Fvalona Eastman,
at (iroton, Yt. Mrs. Eastman expired
after a prolonged illness.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheville,
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Are you going to Colorado? We
have the trains and the low excursion
rates. Are you going to California?
We have the trains, and July 1 to 10
will have low round trip tickets on
sale. Do you wish to go north, or
cast, or, in fact, anywhere? If so,
call or drop us a line and let us fig
ure on your trip. F. H. Plummer, C.
P. A., 1S13 Second avenue.
C. It. A tj. Railway Siec!al Extartlon
June 1 to Sept. 30, St. Paul and Min
neapolis and return, $12.
June 1 to Sept. 'M, Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo and return, $20.73.
June lt anil 17, St. Louis and return,
July 20, 21 and Minneapolis and
July 1 to 10, Denver, Colorado
Springs and Pueblo and return, $24.23.
July 1 to 10, San Francisco and Los
Angeles and return, $30.23.
'Phone 11 so, C, B. & Q. depot. Twen
tieth street and Second avenue.
In laying the cornerstone of the
great lava arch ,the gateway to Yel
lowstone park, at Gardiner, on April
24. 1003, said:
"The Yellowstone park is something
absolutely unique in the world. No
where else in any civilized country is
there to be founu such a tract of veri
table wonderland, where at the same
time not only the scenery of wilder
ness, but the wild creatures of the
park are scrupulously preserved as
they were, the only change being that
these same wild creatures have been
so carefully protected as to show lit
erally astounding tamcness. This
park was created and now is admin
istercd for the benefit and the enjoy
ment of the people. The only way
that the people as a whole can secure
to themselves and their children the
enjoyment in perpetuity of what the
Yellowstone park has to give is by as
suming the ownership in name of the
nation, and by jealously safeguarding
and preserving the scene y, the for
ests, and the creatures. At present it
is rather singular that a greater num
ber of people come from Kurope than
from our own eastern states to see
Gardiner, the Gateway to the park,
is the terminus of the Northern Pa
eific's branch line from Livingston at
the boundary of the park, and park
tourists change from trains to stage
coaches at that point.
The park season extends from June
1 to September 15. Send six cents
for "Wonderland 1003" and park fold
er and map. Charles S. Fee, General
Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Paul,
Sued by nil Doctor.
"A doctor here has sued me for
$12.50, which I claim was excessive
for a case of cholera morbus," says
B. White, of Coachella, Cal. "At the
trial he praised his medical skill and
medicine. 1 asked him if it was not
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Bemedy he used as I had good
reason to believe it was, and he would
not say under oath that it was not."
No doctor could use a better remedy
than this in a case of cholera mor
bus, it never fails. Sold by all drug
John Seaberg is missing from his
home, 833 Fifteenth-and-a-half street,
and his wife and four children fear
that he has made away with himself.
For the last two weeks Mr. Seaberg
has been out of work. He had brood
ed constantly over the fact and re
peatedly threatened self-destruction.
Monday morning, however, he bright
ened considerably and at noon left
the house, telling his wife that he had
secured work at Xew Shops. Nothing
has been seen of him since. Mrs. Sea
berg visited New Shops yesterday,
but could obtain no clew as to her
husband's whereabouts and no man
by his name is known to have been
given employment there. John Sea
berg is 50 years of age, small in stat
ure, smooth faced and worked for the
city during the spring.
The dedieation of the George Ste
phens memorial organ will take place
at the Unitarian church Saturday
evening, this week. Prof. Henry W.
Matlock, organist, will be assisted by
Miss Emalyne Tomilson, elocutionist,
and the Unitarian male quartet.
Stockholders of the Plow City Build
ing and Loan association have elect
ed three additional directors. The new
directors elected for terms of three
years each are: O. F. Anderson, John
Swanson, Henry Liepold. Myron Jor
dan was elected for a term of two
years to fill a vacancy on the old
board, and the newly named members
will meet with the old tomorrow ev
ening for organization. The hold
over directors are: A. S. Wright, C.
F. Hunt, M. W. Battles, Jr., W. II.
Christison, H. S. Fristoe.
Word has been received by K. B.
Knox that Andrew Anderson has died
in Burlington, la., that his remains
will be sent to Moline for burial at
IJiverside in the lot with his parents.
No definite word has been received,
but it is thought that the deceased
was the Andrew Anderson who was
formerly in the grocery business here,
conducting the store opposite the
postoftiee, now the Bichelieu cafe. If
this is the Anderson he was earlier a
grocer in the east' end, and was at
one time city editor of the Dispatch.
He was a prominent Odd Fellow.
The committee appointed by the
Moline Endowment Fund society met
with Mrs. John Anderson on Sixth
avenue Tuesday evening and planned
for the observance of John Ericsson
day, July 31. on Augustana campus.
One member was appointed to in
vite an out of town speaker. The
committee meets next week when
plans will be announced. It is intend
ed to make the affair not solely a
money-making event, but as a fitting
memorial to the great inventor.
At the third annual field meet of
the Sunday School Boys' club of the
First Congregational church Tuesday
afternoon, some fine records were
made by the promising young ath
letes. There are three classes in the
club and they are trained under the
direction of Herman Mieilke, and the
field meet eery year comes as a cli
max to the training. Only two classes
participate in the events this year.
The events took place at the Devin-
ney farm in Hampton township, and
the most cordial reception and en
tertainment were afforded by the De
vinneys. who have counted it a pleas
ure to entertain the boys tit the three
successive meets. The Misses An-
thonv and Putnam and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Huntoon chaperoned the merry
JMinpticity marked the marriage
ceremony uniting Miss Mabel Me
Mann, of this city, and Passie Francis
Akers, of Cleburn, Texas. The -cere
mouy was performed at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hillhouse, rela
tives of the bride, Bev. Willard offici
ating. The couple were unattended.
The Misses Mary Gilmore, Jessie Zieg-
ler and Nina Golden, close friends of
the bride, were the only guests, be
sides relatives. At 7 o'clock the hap
py couple departed for their future
home at Cleuurn. ine urine is a
charming young lady with a host of
friendw in Moline. Mr. Akers is a
prominent resident of Cleburn, en
gaged in the drug business.
Moline debaters at the district meet
ing of the Swedish Kpworth league
in Galesburg won from Galesburg
Tuesday, evening in the debate over
the advisability of merging all chris
tian churches into one. Four judges
voted for Moline and one for Gales
burg. The Moline speakers were Miss
Mvrtle Nelson and Miss Jennie Ny-
quist, while their opponents were col
lege graduates, Miss Bose Peterson
and Henry Frickson.
William M. Booth, of Chicago, as
trustee for Deere & Mansur company,
and D. M. Sechler Carriage company,
has started suit for alleged infringe
ment of patent against the Moline
Plow company in the federal court
at Peoria, against the Sattley Manu
facturing company, of Springfield, in
the court there, and against the
Janesville Machine company, of Jancs-
ville, Wis., in the court at Madison.
Driven to Deaperatlon.
Livinir in an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to desperation in case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth; 25 cents, at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
Meals ttie Siclc and
The Marvelous Skill of Dr. Horrie
in Curing Every Sort of Disease
Has Made Him World-Fambus
A Modest Man Who Lives to Do Good to Others
He Cures Hopeless, Helpless Cases that Seem
Almost Like the Miracles of the Bible Times
So-Called Incurable Disease Yields Readily
to His Treatment and He saves Thousands
that Have Been Given up to Die.
His Work of Charity is Unbounded and He Gives
One Week's Treatment FREE to All Who
Call Before July 1.
Probably the most famous doctor
on the face of the earth today is- Dr.
J. Alvin Borne. One of the most model-1
and unassuming f men, yet he
stands today at the head, looked up
to and resjH'cted by all the noted
specialists in each branch of the medi
cal profe.-ion, in the old world and in
the new. Some of the greatest medi
cal discoveries of the age are the pn
tlucts of his deep study and research
in his splendid private lal. oratory. All
this has brought this M-ientist the
praise of the learned men of the
world without stint, but far above
that he values the thankful words of
gratitudethat come in the letters from
humble people whom he has by his
marvelous skill saved from a certain
and horrible death or a lifetime of
misery and sickness. It seems as
though all diseases are alike to this
physician. He cures them all. The
stories of his wonderful cures of
hopeless cases told by the happy pa
tients themselves read like romances
or the miracles of bible times.
There is no question of the doctor's
sincerity in his claim that all diseases
can be cured bv his marvelous meth
od, and one can hardly doubt his abil
itv to carrv out his claim after having
talked with people whom he has cured
quickly and afely of all kidney and
lier disease. lung ami stomach trou
ble, consumption, constipation, rheu
matism, neuralgia, catarrh, bronchi
5 When Seeking a. Good Ta.ble Wine
To the East.
Boston, June 30 to July 4. Only $25.02 for the rouu,!
trip from Rock Island. Long return limit.
Detroit, July 4 to 13, both dates inclusite. OuU $l? v
for the round trip from Rock Island.
llaltifnore, July 17 and 1; $23.70 for the ruud tu;v
Further information on request. Call or write.
tis, paralysis, diabetes, lost vitality,
nervous debility, insomnia, blood pois
on, anaemia, female weakness and ail
ments, eczema or .salt rheum. It mat
ters not what the disease nor of how
long standing, nor how- many doctors
or remedies have failed. He has re
peatedly renewed the youth of old
men and women has of ten ' instilled
into jaded men and women, new vital
ity, health' and strength. To weak,
weary women he has brought the
light and happiness of health. For
worn-out imm he has relighted the
sparkling vitality of youth. He has
cured the crippled and healed the
sick, and he has gone about this quiet
ly, unostentatiously, but nevertheless
with the unbounded success that is
winning him the. gratitude of all sick
anil helpless men and women.
It seems a personal pleasure to the
doctor to do these good deeds quietly
and peacefully. His only desire or
anxiety in the matter seems to be to
extend his aid and counsel to every
sufferer on the face of the earth, and
at his own expense and without charge
he is giving one week's treatment ab
solutely free to every sick or ailing
person who calls before July 1. lie
is indeed a remarkable man doing a
remarkable work, and every sick and
suffering person should avail him
self of the marvelous skill he gives
them absolutely free. Thousands ha e
saved a siek friend's life by sending
him their name.
Dr. Home also has one of the finest
N-Kay machines in this country. It
was given the first premium at the
Pan-American exposition. All are in
vited to sen it and also receive a $10
X-Bay examination absolutely free,
the only condition being that you
call before July 1. Call at once and
J. Alvin Home, iVI. D.
And Associate Physicians, rooms 4;,
.10 and .11. Mitchell A- Lynde build
ing. Cct a COMPLETE CLUE
seek no further than Simon Lew
is' store. Our line of clarets, sau
ternes, sherries, ports, Khine wines
and champagnes represent the best
vintages of Europe and California,
and our prices are as low as can Ik
prices are as low as can be quoted
for genuine grands. Our whiskies,
brandies, liquors and cordials
maintain the same high standard
wc guard so zealously as to wines.
Let us show you our stock.
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE.
Market Square, cor. Seventeenth
Street and Third Avenue.
F. H. PLUMMER,
C. P. A.,
ROCK ISLAND. It.U
BOYD, D. P. A., Dau-nport, Iowa.