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BEFORE THE EYES.
ften friK'itene ""UU!"'
r c the 1(len PPrance of
kit"- .v..:- cvm' sometimes
or two, but often thou
's!rMn 1 Particularly
. .1- inward a white sur-
'flotids, white houses, white
,3ort"rsr' ' nointa. eon-
. ara nllJ
c rn"tlr by fine lines, and
r m niwnwl a neaueu appear
Unn'T. , likelvtotrvtn
J"tpe. .i.iiikinirit is something
ps " Thevi-onie usually in
I .,ihf same - -w
M'" ;.. ...in.lieis at time.
r .., In- uih linir niter
re Willi """" -v
.!'- . . .
, inilini explains ,n tue ot-
i i,..r t l,A nnriire cit
. ii. rc ile riwd is not well
yon 11 . ,
? I,t M'l'y fc'"l ".ves are
,,, l- tr-!i "if mem.
,1,(1 i"!y '"
.... miiittti rminpffpf
, ami ll" n,t1, I'ncnere witu
,( vimiiu. Treatment is more
If tnc eye-, are out of focus
..; I 1... u..l.nfnrl If ia i m
. . ..I.,.,, 1.1 i .
jtlti jrn;eiiL sui'iu'i isui'io
entirely; siinuia avoni see-
niii.-n " ;"sMine ami let. mem
-U-T i .1 e l
jirvihe n nit of serious dia
promptly looked after.
: 1 .1... ... 1 .
rUH sum Mini wie k'ii. rar is
, tv uttarKwi " ai-sease, or to
and Miner more severely
. . . .1 1..., 1 !!-
-3t. 1" rt't:ai'i i wiiii tic cans
ni ion of ear disease. Dr. Liow-
"ws.sa.vs that he has for along
n struck with the fact that
ris more common on the left
:ot same does not hold good in
ntnen. f rom statistics oi s,UW)
nave come under his notice he
fin I'lare, that the male sex
k; to ear disease than the fe
"naving lxn 1.T1W of the formet
a intter. Anions those in whom
: w.ii atTei'ted there were 47S
'11 TOimMi. Tlie right ear alone
din:.':-men and 107 women; the
i.:s SB men and H4 women. Deaf-
f.ii in bn:h ears in 1,074 men and
t. Amnncthis nuniterthe right
x more deaf of the two in 427 men
fomm, the left iu C47 men and 857
Dtiine-s was equal on both side
n uJ Id! women.
i Ermrily for Whnopinf; Cooch.
iss to Popular Science Xewa Dr.
r:t in a Finnish monthly that
-a! the wild thyme (Thymus rul-iD'ibiii-raNie
number of cases of
I pertussis, one of the patients be-
Lreiiiid of his, ased one and one
1 1 Tne remedy was employed in
h of an infusion, made of 100
-of the herb, 700 of water and W
of mallow (syrupus malvas), the
; according to the child 8 ace
I wpoonful to a tablespoonful.
Lit io twelve times a day. The re-
iXMi from the single treatment
k tbe author's highest expecta-
ktrrone and all of his patients
inp.d and complete recovery.
mi lTliu u a Favorite with
'-ife-ilt iu H,.r SiM-lal World.
: -cret of tieing "a popular
i-itie plirase is understood in
Iur are sr,.e women who are
piipular with their own sex, who
: women friends, but who are
-"itii the opposite sex. Again,
i:iy woin.-i, vvno are most pop
1 nien. Imt who ure unpopular
"-a. Mini are uiideniably bored if
ii: their (vitntiuuy.
- iiii;ei!t!urity of women is
'" ! it :.!i tliem by their
t. pr.r.erl.iaiij- make the best
" o anything pleasantto
'" ' :"'' t-'i thoy siiy it, and "
;" ";" weighs greatly iu
' :r.-:n a mnu's point of
'j ! tmsst be very stupid,
an ; liaiu beforea man
- ' i ;a "lie can't (jet on
'P'-ii ar.ty is derived from
A wiimatt tuny lie
1 i ! picaMuit; she may
' '' all tlmt fushion
" tne way of society en-
oMtn inely unpopu
'"' wi.ineii. Ilerwom
r '.'I of ui;ri ai,j jjt.r Ull:a
1 iire of liee iMnifn ka.
io;iiie mid weaknesses
-i keen and so little
toi. in- sjiiud nature tbaHiO
'a Ho- siting made by her np-ri-mj.rk.s.
"i riie unnnniilMe
' i iii.knn manner and
. who, when ahe
1 so w ith any cra-
ally kind lieartt-1 and
U il 1)1 Hill ; r i,i miKiul
-"" Wei! i. 4 l " . I'
WILU KOit BY THE SC I
t.t. it ,1
"man nntioiiuliir until h,.r
'j-r well; iHlt acquaintances
"I 'riH ;.i,i; therefore to the
,,r -ne remains the brusque,
;,h'iiaii still. Kotism is a
v -'tr.er to popularity. Women
,"i ' 'rwaole only so far as the
Fr"tim concern lln-mw ,
. atiiusemeuts. etc.
a like ivi.Paiff .v',, U n
"IF illll lira I,.,,,.-.. -.-It
are what is termed
I liev I,...-- l.:..l-
,..:, f"'l "f K'Kid uatured
:vV"v i is 'ioiiiijt uy ineir
is is a popularity
uj; the outcome of a
le.l'1"V7 ' ''"'f'tsuly popti
'""'tc f;n'"rabl Psition, bhe
iaoin j f ' I'sP"stion, is cousid-
Kift f ,TO'U ud maimer and
Hut at all times the
,c'evw8'Ve !he most pleasure.
otnr rwT V MnI
"""SPnpttlar women. "
Wild Rose by the stormy sea
Bloomed so fresh and fair.
That the wonder came to me
She was irrowing there
Far from I ome on grassy lea.
On a rock liy wind toed sea.
Blooming-1 right and sweet was site.
In her beauty rare. ,
Wild Rose, say, how can it be
Thou dost bloom so fair.
By thi cold and cruel sea.
Without fear or carer
Sweet thy iome on fragtaot lea.
Where soft skies are nursing thee.
But to bra'-e the angry sea.
Wild Rose, canst thon dare?
Kay, said Wild Rose, I must be
Always f-esh and fair.
And wherever thou tindest me,
God has placed me there;
And I bloo n by rock bound sea
Bright as on the flowery lea.
And my s eets 1 give as free
To the briny air!
Zitella Co. ke in Yonth's Companion.
Historical I Sets on Horse Races.
It is qnite proliable that there are just
now no men who gamble quite so heaviI
except in stocks, as did the "plungers" in
t he early part of this century. There were
in ii I and a lo5 pn mn n-u.
ooo -ioks n , z: "
,. T ' "J "'i"r,nu as late
as 1S a honk fin L-n. nnn - ,
. . " 1-w.uw iaj v,uiAJ '
mainst each of three horses in one race. I
In 1843 the own-r of the Derby favorite
backed him nubl civ to win7vi mio I
the amount of Ii s private bets. The rinit
; J' one circle oi bettors
f 1,000,000 when lecturer won the Cesare
witch. The own ar of more than one Derby
wiuner collected $500,000 on the next set
tling day, and in several other years would
have pocketed a million if their colts had
been "first past t he post."
Most men who now have the money and
the "nerve" to make such enormous bets
have given r.p horse racing in favor of a
game which has still higher possibilities,
and instead of wagering $500,000 on a
horse and calling it gambling they deposit
thestitllfflmniml oa mnK;i -" ,
luaifeiu iu KIOCK
speculation and tall it business. Although
individuals do nc t lay such heavy wagers
as were sometimes miH hnk. nin. .h
of old, much mote money is wagered now
......ii n.-Kea nity years ago. The dif
ference is that. Whll than , v...
$100,000, now ten men each bet $30,000. and
ll.nnl . . . . . I
i " miioiiui wagereu is doubled w
vuuia iu r on. m.
Itercher a First Sermon.
I was with an aunt in Northbridge, Mass.,
resting after a lot g session of teaching, and
Mr. Beecher can-a then Hto-imr viol.
to teach for the f rst time through a vaca-
"" -nu nere, w lit re tie taucht his first
school, be also pi-eached his first sermon.
Evening service was being held in the lit
tle, old school house where he taught, and
the villagers had requested Mr. Beecher to
take charge of it for that evening. At first
he was surprised, but he quickly collected
uiuineii auu consented io preach.
Willi, u'i.11 r WA An.l. .1.. I t a
- " - - icucuiucr LLC ioo& oi sur
prise, almost scorn, on some faces when he
this lad of seventeen rose to address
them. Some tho lght it a farce until he
began to speak. Then attention came lev
eled at him, and for nearly an hour scarcely
one iu that and ence moved in bis seat.
The sermon was an earnest one simple,
yet eloquent. Not once did he hesitate for
a single word. Sentence followed sentence
as smoothly as if they were ottered by a
minister of long experience. Never did he
iu x-iynioutu pu :p or on any other plat
form hnlil nn u , i H i ,rM, .... .1
-''--. --uaviv luilj uuuvr
his control, so thoroughly spellbound,
than in this bis first effort. Mrs. Beecher
iu .Ladies' Home Journal.
White Men and Kegroes at Work.
That the negro has a soul for rhythm is
apparent even in his working hoars. White
men do their work independently, each on
his own individual basis and with supreme
disregard of the rest. In laying the asphalt
pavement in forty-eighth street gangs of
negroes and whi -jb men are employed in
stamping the tap dressing down with
Deary iron disks, heated, and bandied by
means of long v. ooden poles. The white
laborers do their work with a marked and
distinct individuality. The negroes, on
the other hand, heein to naturally divide
themselves into two companies, and the
disks fall resporisively on the asphalt as
the two lines of laborers advance and re
treat. It is appatently an unconscious fall
iuto rhythmic wnrk, but is none the less
striking. New York Sun.
The shnrk is tot
iu its depredation
bathers who fear
ence to pain is u
Mass., some yea
aniples were cut
nature of their fo
and in some cases
men were reniovi
posed t hat such r
them; but sotiie
mens were seen s
opera! ion as rea
happeued. i ores
praved Shark. .
ally depraved and swift
s; it is, therefore, a dao-
in close quarters, and
it are wise. Its indiffer
itorious; at Woods lloll.
s ago a great many ex-
open to ascertain the
xl and internal parasites,
the contents of Xhe abdo
d entirely. It wassup-
mirb surgery would kill
of the eviscerated speci
waliowiug food after the
dtly as if nothing had
t and Stream.
Cornelius Vtiiideruilt'a Wealth.
When the subject of gigantic fortunes is
under discission if course the names of
the Rothschilds i.re promptly mentioned,
but nil hough tin: aggregate wealth of the
various br.-iuuhes of that highly pro! i lie
family must run up far in the hundreds of
millions, it is not, in the least likely that
any individual K ithschild is richer t han
Cornelius Vanderbilt. Blakely Hall in
New York Truth.
A Monument That Cost S0O0.00O.
The monument to the memory of the
Dnke of Hamilton, erected in the grounds
of Hamiltou palace, cost 180,000. It is a
model of the csstle of San Angclo at
Rome; the gates re a copy of the (jhiberti
gates at Florence, and the coffin of the
duke is inclosed in a sarcophagus of black
marble which wa brought from Alexan
dria. Loudon Tit-Bits.
One of the relii s presented at Independ
ence hall, Iu Phil ulelphia, is the yoke and
frame of the old liberty bell. The custo
dian counted the -names and monograms
cut in the old wooden relic by visitors, and
fonud that they n imbered 15,416.
Professor Black tells of a singular super
stition existing ia England which insists
that if the young-st daughter of a family
marries first her Maters must dance at the
wedding without shoes, so as to insure
husbands for themselves.
Gold is so teui clous that a piece of it
drawn into wire o ie twentiet h of an inch
in diameter will sustain a weight of 500
pounds without bi-eaking.
Beside the Iarj e planets which revolva
about the sun. orer 350 others have been
discovered and catalogued, and actence M
adding to tots lut.
i k- s) . f 1.
When anything ataads a test of fifty
'arJ among discriminating people like
the Americans, it fa prettj good evidence
that there is merit somewhere. The
value of medicine is beat proved bj iu
continued ate from year to year by the
nine persons and ftoiilieg, ag well as by
teady increasing gale. Few, if any.
medicine have met with such continued
uccese and popularity at has marked
tne introduction and progress of Bran
oreth'i Pills, which, after a trial of over
nrty yeors. are conceded to be the safest
and most effective purgative and blood
purifier introduced to the public.
That this is the result of merit, and
that Brsndreth's Pills actually perform all
that it claim d for tbem. is conclusively
proved by the fact that thoee who regard
them with the greatest favor are those
who have used them the longest.
Brandrttih's Pills are sold in .very
drug and medicine store, either plain or
H Was Hungry.
"Mary" said Mrs. Hicks tn ,
waitress, "what has become of those
"Oh. mum" renlitxl Mm otIu .
mghtened sob, "the cook's cousin was
here Sunday, and he ate eui all up. He's
the glass eater at the museum, mum."
Bldi Beadacbsand relieve all the troubles incf
dent to a bilious state of the aystsm. auoh afl
ZHzzincsa, Kausca, Drowsiness. Distress aftoc
eating, luia iu the bide, ka. VLiia tiic? zouas
Tematkaele saocees has been shown iucuttng
BeaOfteha, yet Garter's Little Urar PfUs sxtt
MlUXllT VAlimhln in Clornrtiriavf inn r-in-inn mnA ma.
denting thinnoyijcompiiiunt, "while they tvlso
liror and regalMA the bowela. vnif tbeyonly
' lch they wonld bo &lmot pricelen to those wM
uer from thlsdwtreingcomplaiut; butforta
- Xi&i&lT their good neM does Qoend herestid thoo
wvho once try tham will find these little pills y1tv.
bleinom&ny w&ys tht Uiey will not be wil
Jwg todo wiiboot Usem. Ihit after sllak bet;
fls the bane of so many Hves that here U where
I we make our gnat boast. Our pills cure it wMia
Carter-a Little liver Pills are very small and
very eaay to take. One or two pills makea does.
They are strictly vegetable and do no grip or
jrnrpfl, but by ttieir gentle action please all wha
naetnem. InrUlaat Moenta; five for $1. SolA
by droggiata eTerywiere, or sent by mikiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO New York;
SMALL PllL SMALL DOSL SMALL PRICE
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Socs, J
30 Page Beok oi Treatment of Aalstala
aad Chart eient Free.
A. A.3Mlaal Uenlns-ftia, Milk Fever.
B. B. p-iralaa, Lanrirmi, Kkeuatatiass.
C. C. IMatems-er, Mmaal Dlsekarges.
II. D. Bete r Graba, Wanes,
E. K. Caagks, Heaves, Pseemoala.
F. F. Colic or Orieo, Bellyarbe,
i.. Mlscarrlase, Hemtarrkages.
H.H. I riaary umd Kidary Diseases.
Emotive Dlaeaaes, Mange.
J.K Diseases of lliBeatioa, Paralrai.
Single Bottle over SO doaeax - - .SO
ratable Case, wtth Hpedflrs. Manual.
Veterinary Cure OU and Mediator, 81. 09
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, . . l.ce
Sold bv Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anrwhert
and m an qoanuty oa Eeoaipt oi Pries.
HTTMPHHETS' MEDICINE CO,
Corner William and John Sta,, Kew York.
111 UMB 3U teum Th nn) ii awful MmaHv
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from nrer-work or other canees!
$1 per viiii, or 6 nals and large vial powdor. ior 40.
8uu by DucooifTs, or wnt postpaid on reodlpt
of pioe.--HUMPHRtYS, MEDICINE CO.,
Oor. Wiliius and John Etaw. N. 7.
X'x A pamp ilet of Inforniatloo and at- j
Jlui Ka .pr.a!Ul. cnt jrer.
AtidrfSM MUMN A. CO. 4
m o In
For sale by an arsVclass Grocery dealers.
DR. AX X3 EW
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FiSTS. n ihiriai thro I HUM urn IUOBOTS STRJtMTIL
am ivtmi r4t um.ii. w im n.mt i cm!
StV hi Cooi Si. mm mm. ti(aa,i
mil rr la Aiff nalon. Mint aaauinw trmm.
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CHICAGO. HOCR IBLAND PACIFIC KAlL
. . "TR?0'. "omtr Fifth avenua and Thirty
Srt streeU Frank B. Plnmmer. agent,
THAIMe. tLaava. tAaaiv
Council blaffB A Mlimeso-i "ITTr
taDavKxpress f :Sam 1:00 am
S,"? ii111 J ExPre- :B0 am 1 1 :1 pm
Wsshiagtonjipresa .... 9:t8pm l:i6pm
Council luffs i atianeso- I ' v
ta ....... TT ( "Opm niuBsia
Council Bluffs Denver J . .
Idmiteo Vestibule kx f :Mam S:S9sat
CJt,Um,tea ...- SSpm M:Maa
AUantlc Accommodation. . . . 8-80 am g;16 pm
TOomgweal. tGoingeaat. 'Dally.
BCKL1NUTON nuOiI-c, B. o. KAlb-way-Depot
First avenue and Sixteentb St.,
M. J. Young, agent,
t. Loaie Kxpreas air S 4 am
5rtr,u. i 7 86pu.TISpm
bL Paul Jlxprew S:4ft pn. 7 M am
Beardstown Passenger ... 8:65 pm lOiSSam
Way Freli ht (Monmouth) ... :! an l :6o pm
Way Freight (Sterlin.; ... is sspm lOtldam
Sterling Passenger. 7.-20 am 4:48 pm
Duhoou . , ln:-Bim -pm
H1CAOO. MLLWACkKU 8T. PAUL KAllr
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Tweiitieth street, between First and -second
avenue. K. D. W Holm. arent
TRAINS. 'VM Aaaivs.
Mail and axprear 6:45n 9:00 pm
bt. Paui Axpr bp 8:16 im 1:26 atn
"t.A Actocmodatii. ...... t.DC.i. :P:lor;
ft. Aca-n'modation 7:88tr ii:Hfpm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RaTlWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth street F
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Ikavs. Uh-rvs.
Fast Mall Kxprcas 8:10 am 7:30 pm
BxpreM 2:S0 pm 1 -So pm
Table Accommodation 9:10am 8:00 pm
" " 4-OOotn :OS am
MOST DIBBCT BOUTS TO TIIB
East, South and Southeast.
1ABT BOTJKP. ,
" T F v'l.iExpnae
Lv. Rock Island : 8:10 am 20.m
Ar. OriuU 8:51 am 84.m
Cam-ridge :1&am 8:87 pm
0lvs 9:44 am 8 S7pm
Wyominc 10:30 am 4:85 pm
Pntccville 10:39 am 4:6' pm
Peor'a 1:135 am 6:65 pm
Bkomiugton. 1:16pm 9:15pm
Sprlngfle d 8:45 im 4:80pm
JarkiwnTille 4-00 pm 12-06 n't
Decatur :50 pm 10:0ii pm
Danville 8:50 pm 1S:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:85 pm 8:15 am
Terra Ilaote 7:10 pm 10:00am
Evans tile 1:80 am 7:85 am
BUloaU 8:00 pm 7:00 am
Cincinnati 10:00 pm 7:00 am
Lv. Peoria 110:15 ami 4:10 pm
Ar. Rock Island 1:30 pm 7:80pm
Accommodatioc trains leave Rork Is'asd at
IKIOa. m. and 6 45 p. m; arrive at Peoria S:45 p.
m. and t:S0 a m. leave Peoiia 6:MI a m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 8 M
All trains run daily except Sunday. '
All passes ger trains sxtive and depart Union
Free Ct air cat on Fast Exp'esa tctveen Bock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket io all points; baggage cuecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island lo.lt) am 4.00 pm
Art. Reynolds 10 20 tin 5.06 pm
' Cable 11.00 am 6.40 pa
Lv. Cable 8.20 am IS..' 0pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 sail 1.45 pm
" iBocSlslsnd 7 65 am1 8.00 pm
H. B. SUDLOW, B. BToCKBOUb.
Snperintcndeat. Oen'I Tkt. Agent.
UUCQUA1KTTD WITH THE GtOGRAPHT Of THIS COUNTRY WtU DBTUII
MUCH tatUWU IHF0RUAT10II FROM STUDY Of THIS MAP Of THE
CMcako, Eoct IsM & Pacific By,
The Direct Bonte to and from Chicago, Jollct, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Mollne, Rock Island, in ILLIKOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottuinwa, Oskaloosa, Dea
Moines, Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Bluffs, in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIS.
KESOTA; Watertotvn and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA!
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, ia MISSOURI ;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Kelson, io X KBRASKA :
Atchison, Leavenworth, llorton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Minco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY: Denver, Colorado Sprinc and Pueblo.
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich tanning
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAIl.'S
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment.
"ii tniviiw moa vza tUirl29, COUNCIL
BLFFF9 anA Oaf A ft A anl Imi.mm rurriiiA
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECUSING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Klenra with rinln w i
CloatconnecUona at Denver and Colorado Springs with
uiTciguig lauway uuea, now lormlng the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogden and Ban Fnciaco. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Manitoa. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts and cities and 111 tiling 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,
a-aneas sou tn Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS, and ST. PAUL,
connectiong for all points north and northwest between
tn lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired IsJoraaalion
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office ia ta United states
or Canada, or address
C ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
(Ml Manager, Goal Tkt. 4 Fl
cv - --'w
biri WJene tfe Wild Mjyi
ate H7C bloom of
in Ttwor and rank
MADE ONLY BY
Successor to Adameon & Ruicb,
Hock Island. 111.
8hop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tinware
Barter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Oeneseo Cooking Store.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 8ECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. HI. CHRISTY,
fiCAIUFlCTDBEB Of CMCKEBS 110 ItSCSITS.
Ask Your Grocer for Them.
1 pry ate Bert.
The Christy "Otstxk" and Christy "WaFxa."
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office raid Shop 1412 Fourth Arenae, ROCK ISLAND.
Fall and Winter Stock
-OF GOODS EECEIVKD BY-
HOPPE: The Tailor.
t5f Call and Examine.
Open for the Season.
(MoLtTNB aventtk) Joe Huber's Garden,
A magtii Scent place (or picnics, parties, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twecty-serond rtreet and Ninth avenue. Residence 89M
s-v is prepared to make estimates scd do sll kinds of Carpenter work. Give k!m a triaX
Proprietor of tkersdy Street
IE2. OSE 1HL
Ail Unas of Cut Flowers constantly oa iand.
Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest ia Ia. 304 Brady Street, Davenportjowa.
C. J. W. SCHRELNER,
Contractor and. Bu.ild.cr,
1131 and 113 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth svenue.
Plans and specifications fnrn'ebrd on all rise of work ; aim spent of Filler's Patccl I'.d
oUaing BUnds, somelhiLg new, stylii-h and desirable.
BOCK ISLAM). ILL.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Vroprietor.. ,
1W1 Setoad Avense, Cornu of SIrttth Btre - Opposite Earner's Theatre. ,
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Har.d
res Lssrh Wyery Dty , . . Isadvncaes riraVstied ea 8kv t lSevHas
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