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..,-r nFP GARMENTS
I Th pp SOLD.
and I Vuily at
l,-1 inf of the Kepn-
,.FI" . -
. .. rinse eariy
tf,,C " tionofthe Old Clothes
f d no business at all
l i,,ihw to afternoon on
1" T thereore", the closing hours
h-" raily unusually hrisfc
W"1: , th south of Bavard
I" v amervdowu, was crowded
h-m:"" '....!. i,o.,
, ,'h rrowil extended aero
: , ., ext remely difficult to
Li i,n.ii'h the shoutinic
- ir iloors. Xearlv
r'l!"",Dlli,1.m lml a suit or two of
rjtbintf thrown over his left
!C' h he hail just, pun-lmsed or
l . Timn. flidn't seem to
I I f Fit''''""'1 SJtUKt 1J, Oli'l LUC
...yllfl !" ,K """" . 1 J .
.inn. m liii? cimiiiii in
I-- , . i... i.'. tr.wip.n steamers.
. n he M"1 j . i-..-- - .......
..riae. Hud even then it was
, ..'n.rMWll lilt'lll. Ainu- io lll
-?ilu? . I 1 1
P : ... n-wn clean nanus ami icra.
'v w.i in tlrk. clothes, and they
fcu Ifi.-a 1 1 1 . i- tincuil
kimisof t!ie one for whom the
IB.) TMr. nr.Ai.r.i.n m.c
cts.- were the buyers, men with
.',niH I ; r- Mini Hint ted beards.
Stii.iin:.. i mining tr
:y from Baxter street,
- Jrrsej" t it y iiiii inline cneaper
cii)tli:" scores witlna a ra-
inifs. i ne next cuiss are
vrrs of the goods vended, and
I from t lie man no publics a
,-totli mere-hunt wlio roams
iUlU U;i uii.ii m turn oc.ti.C3
fjrJeisey, (.llermir tinware and
anil pins mm utniitrs in tx
iirr-.iiirljt!y soiled summer over
coat of stvle silK bat.
ihatliruntf of dirty, vicious faced
;i,e pavement there seems to
I--Ch tuckering going on as id the
1 ne exchange Is in real
'viim.'i oiii large oarroom. i na
i! barrels are grimy wit h accu-
ai Jin, ami the floor is but-little
ti.e pavi'iueut outside. Along
on lie left are a number of chairs.
I amen sittins there are the principal
li Iceyhave dirty bills folded be-
,:iiar dirty lingers on which one oc-
uyratches the gleam of a diamond,
l inpwiiets lilie.t with small change.
L in excellent suit to need paper
-trpidl character has two chairs
1 1? with purchases. A man offers
lidirn ciuth suit, pretty well worn.
.'Jail to ilie light, rapidly looks it
oiciiants every button and offers
JIAKIXG A BARGAIN.
vreiier wants half a dollar, and, in
In. npui:y turns tlie suit about and
s best points. No, forty cents.
::k collector offers to throw in a pair
'sill's sliiies, but the dealer won't
i -'.a at any price. So they baggie.
."jurbanniniiiK with two or three at
-.-.ail nil talking at once. The forty
r : length accepted, and the man
.Ufsooes uuder his arm and a little
Lerrli tiieni at the dark end of the
tuje for three cents.
I. 15 rer.v little drinking going on,
jf every one is so hurried and ab-
: in his business. The barkeeper
Matin up occasionally by pounding
aunier anu yelling, "Beer! beerl
wr: Then one of the dealers
twa bargain by offerine to throw In
tiimj a thimbleful of spirits or a
tait-k. dark leer is gained down.
tmtrini- anil dickering never pause
iKumtnt, nowever, and so smart are
"iwn altera bargain of a few centa
hat of the old clothes change hands
r "nr iimes uuring an hour or so.
or the dealers have sacks made
'nating in which they jam their pur-
' m one or these had in it a num-
?ieces of women's underwear t.hnfc
I'-eif they might recently have been
"a the lawn or trrwn h.lir of a
h-Tril.a. But there were no wnmen
rsail no women among the crowd,
Won worn by the fair hot wttmvI
,'wifiMd to cloth coats and shoes.
fiitng prices seemed to be ridicu-
-Waliyi. you bad no Drevious ae-
h-mw with the second har.,1 l,nnc nf
''"set. Suits seemed tn run fmm
ei--iity cents; Coat from twenty
nuia ien cents to
'Its; dd Vests were a Ama nn tha
'K.D'i old hats were sometimes sold
: ,-" nv" e-nts. There were dealers
"-as:iepiit. ..- i ..
' "in. auu buoes.
,rHKS Tilt UAV IS OVER,
'its had the liu.it ..,.11
I . !''"-.' us much as they were
A missing imttou would
Cents, fritveii TMifkpl; hnlns
'"re. a!1( t,e ,. ,iiinj,itj
-riitiiiizrti t Kw :t .l. .,,i
rtiiriied allj tills nmde uew TJ)e
".even wnen much frayed, ob-
-'"ClilCK tl. ............
1.1, ,,, umiikri, was over, anu
I --idiitre. where ,lilv -,,.
f'f 'in'!!,T'1r,?t ,le"lt;r8 -ii the world,
. .u ,, i n,... ... A n ii i . rr
;i, : 'v- iiicu nniKCU VIL
nises thrown over their
jmgln.gtlie little money they
. - maKe out of their sales.
m liiv.inl i .
- .i . . -- ...irri nun in lr.a ri-iirn.
'rre u,re a uumlier of little shops
... f "' the chean tir or.,1
"-icio' ,,.. Llf ' v..r""
'nv in t a i
'iinii uext morn
, ,J iie country, bai
--miner ""a Iur the ma-
mw t Z "r OIa hat- Nothing
- of h 1 1 n , however old or worn.
Mans T K0e9 t0 tbe P"-1,
lJ the . " luc "cuange.
la or J".: B."ttle basement halt a
lit. ., 1 Wllors workinar wv tnr
1 t.H.- ... - J
?r-sint.- tl i patcmi-S -,-a mending
la..- V. Glomes hllrnhniwrl ir tha
lotues purchased at the
men , c w-verai worKshops
ml th "'el- wrk up tne old
'""'"H Of nlTl a 0tber8 Where
JKit.M into new ones U a
5-d nfr',"UI"!r,lt-Te buslne-a.
- ,?' deaI,? who dallv visit th.
.WK7rae from two to three
ionof ,Bctwi11 J"" -
uinI. " iw-n-n-ity of the old
to t,th. yuUr c,L,t oft Barmen W
New York AdTertiaer.
WATER -4 A HEALTH CONSERVATOR. I
TTT'PSTi A "V 'rrvrriji."iT7 r i i
rm. . , -- V-y T AJ JAJJi2i H --" XOtfJ.. 7
NERVOUS EXTRAVAGANCE. I THE TRATEIjERS' GUIDE. I
It May XM UmkI lotcrnally as Well aa Kx
tenally with Gad Kesnlta.
The Internal n e of water is a subject
about which physicians have had much
discussion, and aiout which not all doc
tors are agreed. Its value as an agency
for the prevention and removal of dis
eased conditions la, therefore, too little
understood. Judiciously used, water taken
Miternally may le made one of the most
important factors ia the preservation of
good health and hysical vigor.
Nearly eery c ise of inflammation and
irritation of the Madder may by the prac
tice of copious wter drinking, especially
on the empty stomach, be palliated to
such extent as to cease to give even annoy
ance. Nothing that an be taken into the
stomach will bettar conduce to keep it and
the general system in a healthy state than
a pint of water about the summer temper
ature of hydrant water. A ranlr frrtm sin
half to three-quarters of an hour before ! tner isn t one Person in a hundred who
breakfast. .doesn't do that?' he asked. 'Do what?"
The first few sw allows should be small ' she.8ai,, thoroughly mystified. Move the
and within a few Keconds' intervals of each I C wl'en sittiuK down. You moved it
other, but the last half should be taken in ' fveTlil ,nches and I wanted you in exactly
as lnrge gulps as possible, with the hi I tnal''Kht.'
erect and chest well thrown out I Probably you never noticed this, yet ob-
The principal bi nefit derivable from this I sc"f'.0 confirms it. Now, why should
practice is perhaps the mechanical flushing I ?.y , yi '""'"'B Put her chair where she
out of the uudiger ted contents and the ab- 1 t!1,nk8 8he wants ,t, move it in the act of
sorption of the t dditional water into the ltVnK down? It is from a habit of irreso
circulating system, although some of the I ,ulon fud nervousness, a failure to do just
good effects may be attributahlA n what she meant to to make her intention
Many People Wast Energy That
Kead on Great Ooeaalona.
Do yon know what an immense amount
ot nervous energy people waste continual
ly, which might be stored npf" asked a
physician. "A very nervous person Is apt
to have little tricks of manner which she
fancies are a help to her and cover her con
fusion, whereas they are really an injury
and loss. A habit of wriggling in your
chair.of twirlingsomething in your fingers
as you talk, of biting your lips or tapping
on the floor with your foot or a hundred
other things, it would be a decided gain to
"Very few people realize how rare a
thing it is to Bit perfectly still or to do
things composedly without wasting any
effort. An oculist who was examining a
patient's eyes placed a chair and told her
to oe seatea. i ben immediately he asked
her to get up again. 'Do you know that
small quantity nf the
go straight to the mark. Probably it is
mouth, which isi icidentally carried down QU.!J u,ncon8cious with most people.
and t he local toni.i influence of the water' 1 1 learning to write or to draw you
Whatever may lie the rationale of this LT'Y i , 1 ,J' yur h?nd and draw lines
treatment its effi.acy as a promoter and , s , no dev'tin or ragged
preserver of healt i is second to none The ' " ' I . .alwaJ"8 correct and firm. It
body should not be prone again for at least 1 IIJ wh,,e to try to do everytbing in
three-quarters of nn hour after drinking ' e ,me !Ta'' with no raggedness, no
The temperature of the water mar. n ra.bl'"K off-
matter of taste, be disagreeable at first I lmM every nervous person knows, it
but that objectiot will soon become insi.- . 8eems aIni,0it impossible. You feel that if
nificant before a little resolution There J aeoarred from 'letting olT steam
is no situation in whinh firtr,r.u.ui 1 ou must go crazy, or jump ur or down.
disinclinations miiy be more profitably an- i ,r SMrream or do something to horrify or
J 1 I Shock nonnlp
Jiieii. i '
V.rel,Ai..n.n u . .1 "Well, but try it. Keen nerfert 1 p tm
j iu; wu y ii li r snouiu not . . . - , , , - 1 j
be taken npon an empty stomach. Th. 1 J?'6 ,1?le yUr ""?' or your
practice of drinking hot watering. f. I """" " -'"'"er, or giggn-, or
meals, which pre ailed extensively a short ' Jour throat, or say unmeaning things
while ago. has fdlen into merited "tT" ! ,Vrefrlfld-t0 be""t- Ke"P
pute. ".lt up minute after minute. You will be
The stomach does not until after a Inn,-, n.VK""!a to,tlna how lo" 'a do it.
.!. I V.:,: .: . II men, WUeil VOU CHIlOOt Stand it anv
i Mot : v erV hot " ! ?er,make your escape and do some of
i.,i -ii ' , . ... . tne violent things vou have in mind V-...
" -""i")- "-ura no ioou snouid be .;ii fi,i ,i. . i . .
j "- iuiui. une uysLeria
i ico a weeK or oreak a window occasion
ally without using up half the nervous
loree that would leak out in these little
unsuspected ways." Pittsburg Dispatch,
taken Into it in mediately after such
draft. New Y'ork Mail and Express.
Coine Down the Outside of a Buildliiir.
A crowd of Madison square promenaders
was earnestly contemplating the northern
wall of the Hotel Bartholdi Tuesday. This
is what they saw:
A gentleman in a red blazer was coming
"' " a rope nana over nand with the agil
ity of a sailor or a South American mon
key. He was an athletic young man with
a blond mustache and blue eyes, and every
movement of his limbs and body indicated
The crowd held its breath as the young
man descended. When the venturesome
athlete reached t'le sidewalk he was seen
to stagger. But lie held to an iron railinc
and shouted up tc four men who were look
ing from the window above:
"I'll bet you I can come up the same
There was no response. The crowd
closed around the athlete. He gazed
around at the fcices of his audience and
then turned and went into the side door of
The four heads above disappeared from
view. The c-owd slowly dispersed under
the direction of a park policeman. The
rope disappeared. It was hauled into the
seventh story wit dow. All was quiet on
The red blazer gentleman was a promi
nent yonng Canadian, returned from Eng
land, where be 1 as been playing on the
Canadian football team. He arrived in
New Y'ork a week ago, and has been cele
brating his return ever since. He consid
ered the Bartholdi episode a bagatelle, and
said he could have climbed back again
with ease. New York Advertiser.
Bees, the common go-betweens of the
loves of the plan zb, cease to range about a
thousand or fifteen hundred feet below
snow level. And why? Because it's too
cold for them? Oh, dear, no; on sunny
days in early English spring, when the
thermometer doexn't rise above freezing in
the shade, you will see both the honey bees
and the great black bumble as busy as
their convention tl chmacter demands of
them among the golden cups of the first
timid crocuses. Give the bee sunshine, in
deed, with a temrature just above freez
ing point, and he'll flit about joyously on
his com nui u is tic errand.
But bees, one must remember, have
heavy bodies and relatively small wings.
In the rareiied iiir of mountain heights
they can't manage to support themselves
in the most literal sense. Hence their
place in these hifrh stations of the world is
taken by the gay and airy butterflies,
which have lighter bodies and a much big
ger expanse of wing area to buoy them up.
In the valleys and plums the hee competes
at an advantage '.vith the butterflies for all
the sweets of life, but in the broad subgla
cial belt on the n ountain sides the butter
flies in turn have things all their own way.
They flit about like monarchs of all they
survey, without a rival in the world to dis
pute their supremacy. Popular Science
The ITupardouable Slu.
Cbollie (desperately) I'm on me beam
ends, me deah loy. I must either steal
some money or b ow out me b wains.
Bertie But th.it would be ah er com
mitting a cwime, wouldn't it?
Chollie Cwim-Jl That don't mattah,
Dollie (decidedly) But it will oe Dad
fawm, deah fella a.
Chollie Too tw.ue! That settles it. No
stealing or auicice for me. Pittsburg Bul
" Rest in tlie Harber'a Chair.
There is one place in which even in the
midst of the bus est day the most hurried
men rest, and th it is in the barber's chair.
No matter what cares and perplexities,
what schemes and anxieties fill the mind,
the moment the soft fingers of the barber
begin to pass ovtr the face there comes a
lull in the turm il of the brain, and for a
blessed uuarter t f an hour there is quiet in
the cerebral cells. Boston Courier.
In the Breakfast Boom.
Tf nmnticable have the breakfast room
face the morning sun, and in the window
act some blooming plants, m w n:p.ai
by others when I bey cease to blossom, .net
in the sunlight jpon them and the table,
and try to greet the dawning iay wiiu
happy converse na genue hwwuki-.
ing so well fits man or woman lorwi.
duties of the day as to begin it with cbeer-
tulDM Yankrx Blsde.
Do not confuse the Famous Blush of
Rosrs with the many worthless paints.
powders, creams and bleaches which are
flaodiDf; the market. Get the genuine of
yonr druggist, T. H Thomas, 75 cents per
bottle, and I guarantee it will remove
your pimpu s. freckles, blackheads, moth
tan and sunburn, and give you a lovely
W hat is mure attractive lbo a pretty
face with a iregh. bright comp.exion? For
it. use Pozzom s Powder.
For MEN ONLY
YOUNG MENOLD MEN
tl ta l Hi isilx Br THf alsTilTS OF tlSEASE.
Tt j sua laroic aBorts to frst tsnulni,
m. bat aot knovtur auw ta nn-a-ufmii-r
ST-OSHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
. tk!l five up In onpfeir ftBd iok lot aa Mrlr
' - KMaiHWllMTIilUril
OUR NEW BOOK
stmt ftw, Mst-raid, ftwtvMl
for ..alt Urw.xritiii4
M . AftaCtlOtM ef th
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by mathodi xcls.TJy mr
Lost mr PaJllmc Mmim4,
emaral ft Marroma Da
bility, WukaM mt Body
ul M1b4, Sflacta of Errors
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OEftANB fAETU of BODTbU Bltvla oo41 Utorata4.
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Tro emu rrW ihria. Pnr ftook,rnllTnlanatir.nfttid pranfh, aidraaa
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO.N.Y.
M 1 . - X
L.C- VIM. 'K
G. E. VISWALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shot Stort.
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Men's and Ladies
Hand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalograe.
C. E. WISWALL 4 CO.. 160 Slate SL Chicaoo.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC BAIL
. . WT Depot comer Firth avenue and ThirtT-
urt sijbct. rrana H. Plnmmer. agent.
TRAINS. tLaavn. tAuiva.
Council Blafla A Minneso-1 .
taDav xpres.....!?i :n lOam
l:V?S,tJS,yBxi,reM-- :W am 11:1 pm
Washington Bx Dress 88pm is Mom
Ooancu e lufti Mianeso- . " pm
ta x.x-iess ' :Mpm 7 XX am
Connell Blaffs Denver ...
Limited Vestibule Sx ' 6am 8:89am
"""C!'' Limited. lO:Mpm i:Mam
AUantlc Accommodation.... 8-30 am gqs pm
tOoingwesl. tQoIng east. 'Daily. '
BURLINGTON ROUTB-C, B. Q. RAIL-
, W-pepot First avenue and Sixteenths.,
at. J. Young, agent.
TRAIN8. taava. aaarva.
2h "T XpreM :4S am :, am
SU ?JnJ BxP 6:46 pm 7:M km
ardistown Passenger 8:65 pm 10:Sfiam
Way Freight (Monmouth)... :ffiam l:BOpm
Way Freight (Sterling) 18:85 pm 10:lOim
Sterling Passenger 7:20 am 8:48 pm
Pnhoooe in:sB sm g :oa pm
HICAQO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Laava. Abbitb.
8 f"" Express 8:15pm 11:85 am
"t. Accommodation 8:00r.n 10:16 am
Kt. A Accommodation 7:88 hp 8:10pm
OCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbatb. Iabbitb.
Fast Mail Express 8:10 am 7:30 pm
Jf"1 2:)pm! 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodation S :10 am i 3:00 pm
J " 4 00pm 8)6 am
For sale by all Irst-class Grocery dealer.
V A pamp Het of Information and ab.
i 4 stractu ' llie ..AWa.ahaTii.ir u.
ObUIn Intents, CaTenta, Traded
viipynKuia, awu jne..
yaaaiM aauaiM m,
1 Vv -111 I KrAHWMW
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island....
10 89 am
ii omingion 1 :15 pm
riMui; lu. . ..........
Terr.; Haute ,
St. Iouis .. ,
C'lDC'riDa 1 ,
3 57 pm
4 -35 pm
4 :57 pm
o: .m :.ipm
4'00 pm 18 -05 n't
8:50 pm 10:11 pm
8:50 pmil8:10 n't
n:sa pm s:15 am
I 8:00 pm
Lv. Peoria 110:15 am!
Ar. Rock Island 1 :30 pm
Accommodation trains lesve Bet Is and at
o:uua. m. una owp.m; arrive at Peoria 8:45 p.
m. and 8:30 a m. leave Peruia R:D0 a. m anl
7:15 p.m; arrive Rock Uland 4 :00 p. m. and 2:05
All trains r"n dailv exrent SnndT.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cr air car on Fast Expes fcc taeen Bock
Is'ond and Peoria, both diiec'lons.
Thiongh tickets to all points; baggage checked
uiqiujjii w uitbi xiiaiiou.
Lv. Rock Island.
10 2ii km
" I Rock Island . .
. B. SUDLOW,
6.20 am l-0pm
7.00 ami 1.45 pm
7.55 ami 8.00pm
Gen'l Tkt. Agent.
0NACQUAINTEDW1TH THE GEOGRAPHY DFTH18 COUBTRTWlU 06TA1V
M0CN VAUMtU MF0RIMTKM FH0M 8TUDT OF THIS MA Of THE
Clucaio, Eoct Manl & Pacific Ey,
The Dirert Routs to and from Chicago, Jolist, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumvra, Cnkaloosa, Dea
Alolnes. Wlnteract, Audubon, Harlan aod Council
Bluffs, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MIN.
NE30TA; Watertovn and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joserh and Kansas City, in MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Kelson, in KEBBASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horlon. Topeka, Hukhinaon.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Kingflalier, El Reno and iliuco. in 1XDI as
IERRITOBY: Denver. Colorado SDrinss aud Puhin
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter-
commnnication to all towns and cities east and west
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Clsas Day Coaches. FREE RECi.rvrKn raim
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dlulug Car Service.
Closs connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
. STANDARD OAUOB
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped train run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Laks City, Ogdea and San Fncisoo. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct and Favorite Lin to and
from Manttou. Pike'. Peak and all other sanitarv and
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
coonectiong for aU points north and northwest between
ths lakes and the Padflc Coast.
For Tickets, Maps. Folders, or desired Inibrmatfam
apply to any Coupon Ticket Omcs la th Unlud States
r Canada, or address
ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
Geol Manager. . Geal Tkt. A Pass. Act,
CEICi. X JU..
Hje bM)vAjzre fye Wild ftfyn
are ibe blowomc of beate
in tvor a.nd rnk
tle fyeatfyerand fyyi
SAiSTA CLAUS SCAP..
SucceBBor to AdamEon & RTjick,
Hock Island. 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet.
First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done. .
t3"8econd Hand Machinery bought, eold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and T'nroe-
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Geneseo Cooking Store.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1608 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, ITaL.
J. Itta CHRISTY,
MilUFACTUHEB OF BACKERS .ID BISCUITS-
Ark Tour Ororer for Them.
1 hjr are Best.
The Christy "Oystxh" aid Christy "Warra."
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Offioe avnsl Skop 1412 Fourth Atsbus, ROCK ISLAND.
Fall and. Winter Stock
-OF GOODS BKCEIVBD BY-
HOPPE: The Tailor.
tSCall and Examine.
fpen for the Season
(molmtb avbntjb) Jqq Hubert Garden,
A magnificent place lor picnics, parties, etc
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth arenoe. Residence 8839
lafT prepared to make estimates ard do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give him a trlaL
Proprietor of theJBrady Street
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest In la. 804 Brady btreet. Davenpori,Iowa .
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Bnildcr,
1121 and 1183 Fourth avenae. Residence 111 Fourth avenne.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also agent of VUler'i Patent Inside
Sliding Blinds, omething new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
6E0BGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
MM Second Arenac, Corner of Sixteenth Btree . Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer andCIxran always on Hand
Free LascaBvery Day . a S caadwlches Furnished 8h t Netlra