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THE TtOOK ISLAND AliGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1889.
IOWA'S II f HAL ROADS.
Titer Mmt a In ITetijr Hal d.
tta.Maia Prartleal MaKaTrBttoM
aa I Haw I iMpnve Thf, Xever
According to the Davenport Demoerat
Qattlte, the roads of Iowa have by no
means become accustomed to the wheel
of civilization yet. 4The wagon roads of
Illinois are not ao proverbially bad aa
those in Iowa, vet there are tome practi
cal itieaa advanced by the Iowa contem
porary that are of interest. The Demo
About this season of the year, some
tines earlier, sometimes later, the coun
try road supervisor get in his work, aid
el and abetted bv the farmers in his dis
trict. Aa a rule the highway that he has
mended is a hard road to travel. At the
best it is full of humps and hummocks
that make a half bour'a drive the equiva
lent of a ia.-lr.ure of chills n fever. When
the ground la dry the places that have been
worked beat up into adust so fine and
dry and everlastingly impalpable that it
would rather Mr about on a still day than
lie quiet. When it rains, a milk wagon
needa four horxea to pull through. On
the hills breaitlwork are thrown arrosa
the track every flflv yards for the purpose
of turning tbo water so it won't "gullf ."
Fenple who have driven on a trot over
these monuments to the intelligence of
the supervisor have been known to come
down clear outside the right way. Where
a low culvert is needed to conduct the
surface water of a small swale or a little
ravine acrotts the road it is built on stilts
and a 4 -story pile of dirt is heaped on
top of it. To strike one of these
obstructions wild your horses on
a trot feela much like encounter
ing the fiat of fate. W here the
ground is level and nee -Is absolute
ly no working at all is far better with
out it this rural engineer has a patch
plowed and scraped along both sides of
the proposed track, upon which he piles
the accumulated dirt. In this way the
cauteway of varying elevation is formed.
It takes a good driver to keep on top of
it, and failure to no ao often results i
derailment and disaster. Two loads of
hay, for instance, that happen to meet
on one of these formations are fixed a
good deal like two trains with but
single track. The hollows at the sides of
this embankment are rather ornamental
than useful. They get full of water up
to the neck and stay full all summer,
Mart, frott. and miasm are their portion
ana woe unto them that f -all therein. The
young man from town who trioa to pass
the slow motioned farmer with his fly rtsf
and full intent to give him the dust can't
find room between the track and the
swamp to get by him. Sometimes a pro
cession of half a dozen vehicles can be
found dragging their s'ow length along
one of these mountain passes, all anxious
to trot along and get home but held back
by a span of mules mth a double decked
load ot lumber for a new barn and a pare
as a.ow as the mills of the gods.
Roadmaking is not a hap hazard busi
ness, but has been carried to a science
Men who know all there is to be known
of it, now confess that it is far from per
feet ion. How much of a waste of mon
ey then is perpetrated in every county
every year by bap-hazard work, and be
cause of the lack of proper tools.
It would pay this county and every
oMier one in Iowa, to employ a compe
tent engineer to look after the highways
and bnices. Make him responsible for
them, and pay him enough salary to
command fair talent. Let him study the
highways and make plans and formulate
his ideas for their improvement. Give
him enough money to keep them in good
condition, and allow him tools and such
other facilities as are demanded for good
work. Don't turn him out of office ev
ery year or two, but keep bim long
enough to engraft upon the county high
ways aome sort of system in the work of
their construction and their repair. Go
about the business of road making as
though it was something worth doing
well, aa it most certainly is, and slop
fooling away time and money in efforts
that may be well meant, but which are
the result of indiscriminate guess work,
rather than of intelligent theory confirmed
and established by successful practice.
When tbia thing is done or something like
it, Iowa's country roads will liegin to as
sume the character of highways that can
lie traversed at nearly all seasons with
comfort, safety and some degree of
Edward Harrington appeared in his
new play, "Old Lavender," to a good
house at the Burtis at Davenport last
evening. Many were present from this
city, taking advantage of the street car
returning after the show. It was a
atrong attraction, illustrative of the high
er and lower life of New York and it was
Next Monday evening Fenner fc
ITane i i . , ,
a week's engagement at Harper's theatre.
The company is one of the best on the
road, being strongly endorsed everywhere
and it gives a good guarantee of its mer
it. Mr. Barnes, of New York, will have
its first dramatic representation in Dav
port at the Burtis opera house Tuesday
night, Oct. 1. Manager Frank W.
Sanger, of the Broadway theatre. New
York, where the dramatization of Mr.
Ounter's great book had its initial
production in this country, will put
the play upon the stage with
a lavish band, as is evidenced by
the number and quality of artists who
were engaged to illustrate the drama, viz:
Messrs. Phil. Uoatcher, Young, Weston
and Arjobn. The piece is divided into
five acts. The first representing the cir
cumstances which led to the duel between
the unknown English officer and Marina's
brother Antonio, and which caused the
Coreican girl to take the oath of the Yens
detta. The second relates to her adven
tares in Egypt, and her falling in lova
with the English lieutenant. The third
act which takes place at Monte Carlo,
shows her departure and the pursuit of
the lieutenant, and her love for bim con
quering ber yow, her cnardian's disap
pointment and his curious conception of
a revenge. The fourth act is again in
Corsica where upon the slopes of Del
Oro, at the borne of ber childhood the
Cotsican wedding takes place. The fifth
act Love conquers. These scenes are
enlivened by comedy, viz: Mr. Barnes,
peculiar courtship with Enid Anstruther,
and the exploits of Maude Cbartris and
ber mother. The original production
comes direct from the Columbia theatre,
Chicago, to Davenport, making but one
To the young face Pozioni's complex
ion powder gives fresher charms, to the
old renewed youth; try it.
Tanner was a warner for the adminis
tration. It ia upon this bint that it is
proposed to put a Warner in bis place.
OUR JURY SYSTEM.
A MeesalHK lajantlee la the Preaeat
MyMem a'aaaaea That 0st I
The Chicago Time wants to know,
since jurors are kept under lock and key,
and not allowed to read newspapers, or
to converse with anybody, why iudges
are not thus abut off from the world and
held aa prisoners, too. That's just what
a good many people would like to know.
If a juror cannot be aa well trusted in a
criminal case as a civil proceeding, or if
there ia the least reason w by be should
not be trusted at all, be ia not fit to serve
aa a juror. Under our present system it
often happens that the men who compose
the jury are more prisoners in reality
than the actual prisoner at the bar whose
case they are to bear, and day in and day
out they are locked up at night like ao
many animals kept away from their
families and business for indefi
nite intervals. The anarchist. as
ell as the Cronin case, both de
monstrate me uciairness or our
present jury law as it applies to the
The statute most assuredly ought to
be amended with regard to jury service.
Jurors should not be made prisoners in
any instance or denied any more privi
leges when out of court and still in the
service of a court, than the judge. The
legislative action that amende these
practices should also abolish entirely the
abominable and expensive grand jury
A Novrl lir llthifc-uiahrr.
Our t'oriii.i.i t'orrcstkiihli-iit makes l.riif
referemv to tlie level tu ailfd act of an ama
teur Hretnaii in that t-iwii lat Wednesday at
the recent I1h.:.
T. F. turrill ns the iiibii.
In the mid-t of the uproar he noted with
alarm that the rvf of bis tiouw also had
caught tire from the flying sparks, and that
merry M.i was creeping among the
Hut here came the rub! Everything
about his premises that would hold water
had been surrendered to the use of the tire
fiphters, and lie as absolutely without
means to convey water upon his burning
Iid he desiiair? Never!
Hushing to the pond, he sat down in the
water, then with all the moisture he could
conceal about bis person he hastened up the
ladder that rested airninst the eaves of his
building and mo.t eiTeotuuIly sat down upon
All rights reserved. Dexter Gazette.
! Quincey'a Grare.
Mr. Mackay writes to a London journal an
follow: "I mas sorry to see the folio wine
item of news: 'It is alint thirty years since
le Otnncey died, and his last resting place,
in the west churchyard at Edinburgh, under
the shadow of Ca-tle Kock, and marked by a
plain, weather stained mural tablet, is
known to comaralively fw, and from its
utterly neglected condition is seemingly cared
for by no one.' Tb mural tablet is not
weather stained, and bis grave u not utterly
uegiected, but well cared for by some loving
hand or other. When in Edinburgh I almost
aiways visit his crave, and when last I was
there, and as the birds sang about the
grounds, the trees rustled, and the sun shone.
I could hardly think of him sleeping in
more lovely snot, nave it might be along with
Wordsworth and Hafley Coleridge in the
churchyard at lirasniere." New York Sua.
Tba Spartan Virtue ef Fortuoda
Must be possessed in no ordinary degree
by those who bear the panes of rheuma
tism without complaint. We have never
heard of such an individual. But why
not, ere the life long martyrdom begins,
extinguish the germ of thia atrocious
malady with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
the efficacy of which as a preventive of
the disease, as well as a means of reliev
ing it, is well established and amply at
tested, during the last thirty-five years,
over professional signatures? It expur
gates from the blood those acid princi
ples which beget the pain and inflamma
tion characteristic of this complaint,
which, it should be recollected, is always
liable to terminate life suddenly when it
attacks a vital part. The bitters also ex
pels the virus of malaria from the system,
remedies dyspepsia, kidney complaint,
constipation and biliousness, quiets tbe
nerves, and invigorates the whole physi
"Tbe worm that dieth not" is tbe cot
ton worm. He comes around to take a
boll as regularly as the bar-room beat
comes for his lunch.
ADV1CK TO MOTH IKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mr.
Winslow's Hoothing 8yrup for children
thing. Its value ia incalculable.
mediately. Depend upon it mothers
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom
ach and bowels, curea wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs, Winalow's Soothing Syrup
for Children Teething is pleasant to tbe
taste, and ia the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and phy
sicians in the United States, and is foi
sale by ail druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents per bottle.
When a thing is fashionable it is said
to te all the rae. The rage is mainly
with those who cannot follow the fash
A Oreat lerpnaa
Ia in store for all who use Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, tbe
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it is sold on its
merits, and that any druegist is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you a
sample bottle free? It never faila to
cure acute or chronic coughs. All
druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large
bottle 60 cents and f 1.
A natural mistake: Little brother (bed
time) "Why don't you take your stock
ings offr" Little sister (whose mother
buys tbe cheap black kind) 'Ts dot all
of 'em off 'at will come off."
Who of us are wuoout trouble be they
small or large? The blessings of heal to
are beat appreciated when we are aich
and in pain. A backing cough, a severk
cold, or any throat or lung disease axe
very troublesome; but all of these may be
auickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and pleasant for
children. Price 60 cents.
Tbe pug dog fills many a man
with tbe disappointing thought that be
might be handsome if be were only ugly
Pond's Extract for pain and aches. Try
itt It gives Immediate relief, then per
manent cure. Tbe genuine is reliable.
Imitations win disappoint you.
The instinct of oppression is in all of
us. Even the meekest sewing woman,
when ber prices are knocked down, re,
venges herself by felling her seams.
Iiaae Wat Was a Lima Kan.
rtm ifuvisnlv to six of bis tall ouii-
slog friends nho asked how be felt
among ao many men, "that be was a six
pence among si:; pennies, worth them all."
Sozodont is juit so; there may be many
preparations for the teeth, but it is worth
The theory that stimulants weaken the
voice gets aback-set when one meets
man howling drunk.
The most obi tin ate cases of catarrh are
cured by the ute of Ely's Cream Balm,
the only agreei.ble remedy. It is not a
liquid or snuff, is easily applied into the
nostrils. For cold in the head it is mag
ical. It gives rjlief at once. Price, 50c.
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
TUESDAY EVE., OCT. 1.
The Great Drana dirwt frem the Broadway
Theatre, New York,
Illuminatid by Special Scenery-
Prire: & SO. 7 and 11 ;
sale opens at
the Theatre Satntdny, Srpl atth.
A NEW DISCOVERY!'
For the eir ef Seminal weak-
neat, Inpoiency, nocturnal
EmlsslM a, and stunted oe-
velenme rL aw-Onr-
kiy Wtwn. Applied direct to
kaeParta No amoMoa dran that
rain Um omaoa Huamit4
f tr or nooey fmhwim. cuc
to an r part nt toa i. o. ac
Mini? packed tre irour
receipt ef W.
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
Purei Palatable! Popular!
l'aKTEta Purt Bert tneormn
trnted form. 4ia m Jar. Uqini In bollie.
HMKkr'n And it luTalnable for
Soup. ww. Meat Sauce. Bouillon, no.
A IWf f, fttronitiy rwoaiaendeJ br
leatflnc physician, for invalid, infant au4
oihr. Am eititntf and atrenffiheniaa.
Aak jour c rnegiM or grocer for
Armoui's Beef Extract
Or MUKl I
aV. fnr aamnla nackace and
tcnptiT pamphlet, to
ARMOUR fit CO., Chicago.
John Volk & Co.,
M ao of art nrer of
Saab, Doort, Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
aal all kind of wnod work for builder.
Elghtecnta &U bet Third and Fourth lr .
Dr. Tait Butler,
(Aitat State Vrtcrinartao of Iowa)
(Sacce or to Dr. J."D. Rutherford.)
Ofllce hour It a. tn. to t p. m.
Dentistry a Specialty.
( ftlce: Cora' Feed 6tabir, Market equare,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Browaon tba Hatter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
Peron at d Main Street, Daranport Iowa.
J. IV1. BUFORD,
Ta old Fir and Time-tried Oaapaalaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
aSae as tow a any reliable eomnany eaa
i war patronage ia aoMCUaa.
KtaU of Henry Hakker, deceaaed.
'Ih nndKM f7naH hataririA Su.... - . j J
Iwmtrix of th MaU of Her.ry Hftkktr. Ute
aflMMn.li nl D.w I.1..J .... . ,., .
- . v. abimuu. puiwui jiimnie, ae-
ceaaed, here! y fifti aotic that ebe will appear
the office of tie clerk of said court, in the city of
Kock Island, X tie December term, on the flmt
Monday tn December next, at which time all
twraona haTi-if claim against aaid estate are no
tlflMI mri ... i . .
kTi-i the at me adfaatad. AU perm indebted
Dated thia ktta day of 8eptemher, A. D. 1089.
y7f - f a wkui 4
tlBltbylhr Mw Impkovro
W l . tn -la aft
it) MirrilH: i.Hraufaw-. C'tKC
rKritATIVB W (.AKKKt. SV.
lt f hm
t-mt it ,u b.tl (JVfei-n,ilfHrrii
9SJ iUBWliT or f'..t
Imper fmmtmovrt a II (Mhr rWii V on
VrMK unpe,. ffmrttltOVff IN WhfT lwlif VVom CaMN prl-
.w-.i-r carat ja inna Miaja cVUM mihtet4r Uni
may tw fvond Ott
ni at utu. f.
ROW ELL. a COS
Kmntit Am aaiaaiao Btraaao (10 apmos
titmet), ba afi
tiaua- eouut 4
rt It powder never vartet. A marvel of purity,
tfenfrih and wboleaomene; more economy
than the ordinary kind, and cannot he sold by
eom petition wttn tn multitude of lowteet, short
weight atom or phosphate powder, fold only a
Mm. RoYal Baaiaa Powdbb Co., 10 Wall St.
FR SALE 4 GOOD FAMILY IIORSK AND
Nrw Phaeton at a bargain. Enquire comer of
Vine and Twenty nxth rtreet. - 6 t
ONK HUNDRKD AND FIFTY CANARY
Bird tat a!e. Hood ninrer Kuaranteed; in
quire of Ernenl Wery, No. TIDfecond ave. 18-St
SALESMEN WK WISH A FEW MEN TO
ell our good by namplc to the whnlcnale and
retail trade; on alary; largeat mannfacturer in
onrline; incloee Sc etamp; Wage $,1 per day;
permanent po-iiion; mnner advnnrcd for waeea,
advertii-ing. Ktc. ( KNTENN1 AU M r' X.,
jnnoi t'lnrunati. .
WANTED AO FNTS for on r SFW PATENT
'Iri-frnof safe : nu xlsxlh; wviKtit
lba. ; rviatl prtxeSK: other In proportion. IIIkIi
et an ard imlver medal i IVnl. niual KxHition.
Kare cbance : permanent buolnem. mr prl-e
loaeat. We are not in the wife pool. Kxoltiplve
tern lory iveu. Alplnr ia(e i-o,. tinctunatl. O.
(hryer to stt a month can remade
D I J working for n; atrents preferred who
ran furnish a horae and give tbeir whole time to
the basinee: upare moment may be pmotabIT
employed alo; a few vacancies in town and
ritiea. B. F. JOHNSON CO.. 100 Main hi..
Kirnmonu, v a.
N. B. Please state ace and bnsines erne-
rience Never mind about sending stamp for re
plr. B. F. J. Co. apl m
Tie Great Restorer !
1HE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable iK yelop
rnent of Ibis Age of Progress
A little inTpsticatinn will convince yon that
mnrb as is riaimrd for THE 0KKAT BE8T0K
KS tbe half ia not told.
l..lMft From ahatever form of com
plaint whatever malady. Here is Your
For or alar containing a history of this Won
niarn. Ribedt, and some remarkable letter
from people well known, addree as below,
Tlir Grot trstorr Puinurtpla! W.rls,"
19iT8 Portland Avenne, Minneapolis. Minn.
tWl'rict $1.50 per bottle. For sal by orug
COMTORTABLB and CIXGANT
For Sal br Leading Dvalora.
tC'fi Solalj t J VK. EAHSE, T7,N.Y
J. X. ItEARDSLET,
I TTORNET AT LAW-Offle with J. T. Kaav
iworuiy, 17 Second Avenn.
ITTORTTET AT LAW. Oflra la Rock Ialaa4
LAauoaai Bank Bniidlue, Kock Ulaad. EL
a. b. irmrr.
SWEENEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEIXORS AT LAW
noow in Beajrston' blook, Kock Island. VL
Asecahty.makeaeollectlot'a. Krferrnca, Mitc
it A Lynda, bankera. Offlcs ia Potofllc biock.
TTORVItvq IT t. W 1.-. -
tuv nw notm.
POK SALE EVERT EVENING at CraasptoB
a new piaua. rive eenta per copy.
IK S. 8(HUREA,
ARcHTTaXT ANU SUPERINTENDENT. Mala
office Cincinnati!. Ohio; Branch office over
rtrat national nana, nock Island. fts ly
8T. LUE178 COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
fl" THIRD AVENCK, between Tenth and
vaievenu streata. feb 14-u
Ml. 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OFFICII KKJfOVXD TO
Booms ST, as and ts,
Tk Klevator. DAVENPORT. I A,
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANTON
Hard Coal, Brick, Tile. Etc
Ofllce comer Fourteenth St.. and Second Ava.
BIf O haKirriunivr.
aal satratwtlon in the
cure of Ootnrrlii a and
Jleet. I prescribe It and
feel ufe in reoommriv -In
It to alt sunVrer.
a. J. STOMl'R. ".!..
fold tr Drorirst. .
PEERLESS DYES best
f or black ktockhgs.
la 49 (alar that aetthrr
aaat, Waah Uat Nar Fad.
o'.d by Snurrlata. Ala
IVertew Branre Paints d colon.
I'eerleas Laandry Bhuaic.
Peerlea, Ink Powders j colors.
Peerless Shoe 4 Harness Dressing.
Perla tgg Dyea S coluca.
rjariUKaiY STOCK. No prwrtoo
lBaUfiA !., K.
nenoj reaulrad. WrlM for terms. I .
Will be sold daring the next
To Close out our
as much as possible, we will
prices that will allow NO
will be refunded if yon think
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St.,
W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the well-known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
-and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor.
He will make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of this
Old Established Grocery
m a a .a a
-that it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best good 9
AT THE LOWEST TRICES.
New Elm Seet Qrocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard
K LOTTR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a 6hare of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
DO YOU LOVE
Your wife and children ? If so don't fail to take home
a bottle of
DR. VAN DYK'S KIDNEY CORDIAL
The greatest appetizer and remedy ever offered the public.
HARTZ & BAHNSEN",
Tailoring -:- Establishment!
I have opened at 420 Bradv street, Davenport, with a new
and complete stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS.
Call and examine our stock before purchasing.
A. D. WALSH.
A. D. HUESING
Represents, among other tlme-trie4 and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Iioch'r N.Y
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Feoria, 111.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Office No. 16(18 Second Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Floor & Table Oil Cloth.
Oil Cloth Stove Patterns
Our alt wool extra super
are tbe best ever offered for tale in tbe city.
212 212-4 JJ
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tWB.t solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and aa many new
customers as wish to" favor him with
offer these Blankets at
you can do better any
Patent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
aeccMor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
0"lt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Koebler'a
Price 50 cents per box.
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farms in tbe safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
Prompt payment ef principal and interest
HEINZ & niRSCEtL,
Davenport, Iowa. ;
Promptly and aaatly executed by taa 4MCa Job
CV" "fecial attention paid a Coatas lal w ot
TLM B PMm fit
. M 1 ?. i-f.l Fl-
d B, ZIMMER
Star Block, - Opp. Harper House,
13 RECEIVING DAILY HIS STOCK OF
Spring and Summer Goods,
f the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
W av ' - " r
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
E. C. Hoppe,
STo. 1SOS Second Ave.,
Hock Island, 111.
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite llarper House. The choicest Imported
"WINES AND LIQTJORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. OHBI8TY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
utrTACTBtii or CaUeuif in Biacmt.
Ask your Oreeer for Uvasjv They are best.
SWsacla)ti: TasCarlatr "TfTM" aaat Ska Okttaty WAf)n.
RCC IBLANT), ILL.
II. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St . T n 1. Ti J
and Seventh Avenue. : XvOCK island.
sTAll kinds of Artiatlc work a specialty. Flam and eitlmatei for all kinds of buildings
farniahed on appUcatton."
1$ THE MoJv,
taat jack: uviu.
TRY SANTA ClAVS SOAP . (( K.FAIRBANK c'o AC
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This is the ITonse, that Jack built
These are the parties, that lived
In the boose, that Jack built
These are the Clothes, that were
Worn by tbe parties, that lived in
The house, that Jack built.
These are the Machines, that wa-,1
The clothes, that were worn hjr
The parties, that lived in the house, n
This is tlit Soap, that was used
la the Machine, that wa-lied the
Clothes, that were worn by I lie parties,
That lived in the bouse, that Jack l.uili.
DAVIS & CO,,
A cotnj lcte itork of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
B ose, Fire Brick. Etc.
-Sola A (rent f r-
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SI0HT FEED LUBUICATOKS.
Wa gnaraatca every one rrrect, an will ptid Cops.
Twenty day'a trial, to n'iuueilile parties.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contra
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Talapnooa mS. Realdenee Teler-tona (al.
No. 1707 Second avenne. Rock Island
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