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i" I'lttsbure Bulletin.
;aE WOODEN SHOE.
etui "! "
3C,tI!l! i-.mi I'.-iiTHiiini had fallen
'"attb.- ruiirliision of a grand
;1(.,.,1 I iy a liiw intermitting
1, 1 tn yiflil to the Teme-
! vi-n Kitve rise to np-
l..r 1. -
ft ,i Ii-.im'os was alrenily
r:u. ' m '"i-meJ to have hi
:-n.-n li-.i by a thread,
-itocli misrht sever.
n- u:ri:,itii'tily ordered soli
;, rr ' and a strict regimen
,r.v thei-e proscriptions,
-i : . tin; Villa Lutetian,
j I'ninNiiiere. This ex-
.;.!.iiwiit, which no longer ex-
i.cii- exclusively for the reeep
:re Kvallliy invalids. A
t:,i .r'-iiiiv house stood in a
.. ir ii'ti, where each patient
a; i!l and enjoy eitlier soli-.-y
:,t hi-, choice. A (?reat
- li.'iise was that every one
nr ,.r i-iie pleased, in the even
:r;n; to the solitude of his
j..;t;:ntf in the -tjames, music
!,. in the drawing room.
ir.iiiy iK-lontced to those who
. ;ri:is.M : tie eveninps in quietness
rai-tit. There was plenty of gossip
31:11 tiif drawinc; room; three or
jri'iti oiii maids fell on him tooth
Ljes, ir 111 i'i-, imicjuuwra mis
He salutes uo one and
55eai 11 writ, lie takes his 1k)w1
m a:, i-wr in the garden and then
tut) ifi'.v one approaches. What
:Vpjrfni malady," said anot her;
so tiint there is some terrible
aiiutr. iiU life; ome love story, I
uail," addled a third; 'Pagauini is
: there's iio mystery about that,
rcneniiier tiiat concert which was
jdit favnr of the families who bad
f'liu tiie inundation at St.
Tiie pvat violinist refused to
il it tiecatise he mould have had
aruitouwv. Depend upon it. he
x,werelieta mil in our society,
: iv lur similar favors."
:c; Ktiswd pretty well how he was
! by Lis fellow boarders, but, like
obi. lie eared for none of these
His health lieeame gradually bet-
ntue wiioie house he never ex-
i a wurd with anv one excent
Tr.i- was t he housemaid who at-
cnbrni: aciieerful, innocent con n-
ii.e gay prattle when she served
'"n availed to dispel the cloud
.iJ.:ua.;y iarkeued the brews of
ra.na Xicette presented herself
nriKipum countenance, and
MK!.Lst without uttering a word.
Jiu. win) was amusing himself
:nz piece of ivory for the handle
uotieed the chanee in the
am! questioned her upon it.
' tie matter, my child? Yon look
ees are red; some misfortune
ii: e indiscreet to ask you. what
nut precisely; but"
lixwl hi d great black eyes on
i f .-aid. "1 see how it is. After
:! y.u a thousand promises be
;'i:i. and you no longer hare
- "f 1. in."
t feli.iw ! He !nu r.nlttufl m
:- nut it was not his fault."
iiit'ie conscription be drew a
'" an 1 he has been sent away
1: ,., L. ,.,, 0M 1 : 1miHir rjid
i.,ir,e ! her face in her white
. could you not purchase a
"1 drawing her apron, smiled
; ii-r tears.
-r is jesting," she said; "how
:" " :.' a i-uhstittiter"
ir ' are tremendously dear,
' r.-tKirt that there is going
r 1 " (il hundred francs is the
"' Mil pressed Xicette's little
weeu his long sallow fin-
s a-, niy girl QOn't cry: we'll
Ik- dune "
t-t:-i mil 1 i 1. 1..
'" "l iUVhCblAJUK. lie
r' on; winter arriTed, and
-in iau said to him:
"ir, yi, u must not venture out
md until after the month of
a to obey," replied the mu-
LEGAL. I THE IBATELERS UUIDE. j :
"niter a comparative degree
J"K r" ' longer the pleasant, shady
siruen as a refuge, he began
" 1 lif t la in t K a HraK-intr
;"r d.ntier he used to throw him.
Of Crimson nlt anl nmmm
.'""in turning over a volume of
;.;"la S!Pping a glass of sugared
Lk' ";es";ifcty gossiped on about
L W.0 ays. but he affected not
km, "rt 4iuly Jid not heed them.
-I'pruacued 0n the aDDiver.
' I"' exists iu Frauoe dear to ita
".tai.t. a wooden shoe is
.j.T'T'ier of the hearth, and a
ji'ry, is s'tpposed to come down
T laden M-i,k j
tti: h , .... r ...
hr t """-a ne uiis 11. uu
5 l' ear 'rith "nother the
' ti " ',bue "nriches the trade
!'UU' r,f the 3410 of December
turn , " r,nie critics were in
. . tivti er
' k' thls evening." aid one.
r.i... ' i"enin- n.ofo .attA
' '"oner P. . -
to., ,ani was, according te
"1 the drawing room
sofa, sipping his eau sucree, when an on-
isaat doiss was Heard in the corridor
Presently Nioette entered and announced
that a porter had arrived with a case di
rected to Signor PaganinL
"I don't expect any case," said he; "but
I suppose he had better bring it in."
Accordingly, a 'stout porter entered,
bearing a good ied deal box, on which
besides t!ie address, were the words!
"Fragile, with care." Pagaoinl examined
it with -sc me cariosity, and, having paid
tbo messe lger, proceeded to open the lid.
His long, thin, but extremely muscular
fingers accomplished this task withont
difficulty, and the company, whose curi
osity caus Ml them somewhat to transgress
the .bounds of good manners, crowded
around iu order to see the contents of the
The mt.sician first drew oat a large
packet, enveloped in strong brown paper
and securd with several seals. Having
opened this, a second, and then a third en
velope appeared; and at length the curious
eyes of twenty persons were regaled with a
gigantic w ooden shoe, carved out of a piece
of ash, an 1 almost large enough to serve
for a chil l'g cradle. Bursts of laughter
hailed the iiscovery.
"Ah!" said Paanini, "a wooden shoe. I
guess tolerably well who has sent it. Some
of these excellent ladies wish to compare
we to a ch Id who always expects presents
and never ives any. W ell, bo it so. We
will see if we cannot find some method of
making th s shoe worth its weight in gold."
So sayii tr, and scarcely saluting the
company, 3'aganini withdrew to his own
apartment, carrying with him the case and
During t iree days he did not reappear in
the drawit g room. Xicette informed the
company that he worked from morning
till ;.i . r
mi 111111. vim carpenters tools. Iu fact.
musician, wnose nands were won
dronsly flexible and dexterous in other
things besides violin playing, had fash
ioned a pei feet and sonorous instrument
out of the clumsy wooden shoe. Having
enriched it with one silver string his work
was complete. Next day a public notice
apiieared that on New Year's eve Paganini
would give a concert in the large hall of
iue 111a lj itetiana.
The great master announced that he
would play ten pieces-five on a violin, five
on a wooden shoe. .The price of the tickets
was hxed at twenty francs each. Of these
only 100 wre issued, and it is needless to
add that tin y were immediately purchased
by the elite of the beau monde, who dur-
lngseveral months had missed the pleasure
01 uearing i-aganini. The appointed even
ing arrived; the hall, furnished with com.
fortable cha rs, was prepared and lighted
for the oce.ision; elegant equipages were
stationed atong the Faubourg Poisson
niere, and expectation was on tiptoe te
know what the announcement respecting
iue wooaen smje coma possibly mean.
At length Paganini appeared, smiling,
with every appearance of renewed health.
and on his favorite violin played some of
those marve ons strains which never failed
to transport his auditors to the save nth.
heaven of delight. Then he seized the shoe.
which, in its new guise of a violin, still
preserved so newhat of pristine form, and.
his whole bi ing lighted up with enthusi
asm, he commenced one of those wondrous
improvisations which captivated the sonla
of tois .hearers. This one represented first
the departnrjof a conscript, the tears, the
wailing of h s betrothed, then his stormy
life in the ca np and on the field of battle,
and finally his return, accompanied by
triumph and rejoicing.
A merry peal of wedding bells completed
the musical crania. Long and loud were
the thnndet of applause; " even the old
ladies who disliked Paganini could not re
frain from chipping, and bouquets, thrown
by fair and jeweled hands, fell at the feet
of the music. an. In a corner of the balL
next the door Nicette was weeping bitterlv;
the symphony of toe conscript had gone
straight to hT heart. At the end of the
concert the receipts were counted; they
amounted to z.uuu francs.
Mere, isitette, saw fagamni. "you
have 500 francs over the sum required to
purchase a substitute; they will pay your
bridegroom s traveling expenses."
Then, after a pause, he continued: "But
you will want something wherewith to be
gin housekeet ing. Take this shoe violin
or this violin shoe, and sell it for your
Xicette did to, and received from a rich
amateur 6,000 francs for Pagauini's wooden
It is now, we believe, in the possession
of an English nobleman, who was former
ly British embassador at Paris.
He was a big brown dog, the pet of the
regiment. Co onel R , his master, had
brought him from Madagascar, hence his
name. When he first joined the company
he was devote 1 exclusively to bis owner,
but in the course of three months he had
become everybody's dog, and with good
reasou, for all the men made ranch of him.
When we were at Fair Oaks, Va., Mada
gascar first bet an to do picket duty. There
was one outpoi-t where he always spent the
night, no matter what soldier might be on
duty there. 1 be various sentinels tr.ed
vainly to coax him to other places, but he
It gave a fe low a very pleasant sensa
tion to have th it big brown do curled up
asleep near him. Madagascar would lie:tr
the slightest sound. If a leaf or twig
rustled be wat on the alert, and would
start off to investigate. If he found every
thing quiet he -vould return, lie down and
go to sleep again. But if it was an enemy
or a stranger lie would growl and stand
guard until the sentry spoke to him.
One morning in winter, just before dawn,
Madagascar suddenly rose and trotted off
to a line of oaks. He growled, and the
next moment there was a smothered ex
clamation in a b oarse voice. There folio .red
burst of flame in front of our picket line,
and a shower of bullets whistled by us.
One man was shot.
We returned the fire, and then, after a
few random sb its, silence again reigned.
Madagascar ha 1 evidently frustrated the
enemy's plan of surprising us. For when
the relief force came, there was no sign of
the attacking party save their tracks is
the mud, showing their line of retreat.
But where wai Madagascar Two hour
after the little skirmish was over, the no
ble dog was discovered dragging Limself
painfully toward the picket post where ha
had spent ' the night. He was sorely
wounded, and despite all that could be
done, he died that day at noon.
Madagascar fas buried, wrapped in a
tattered flag, and his comrades of the
picket line fired a soldiers' volley over the
dog soldiers' gn.ve. Youth's Companion.
Where Her Mind Was.
"Just at the nost impressive point on
the Danube," sa s a woman who has been
on the Danube; "when the grandeur of
the view had silenced everybody, a young
bride voiced her appreciation. With all
har neighbors ch dtiug with emotion which
prevented speed 1, she burst out, Have 1
got to wear thii ring always aa itia.or
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Mock Island "ocktt. t 5
f-.KIoJheVirca,tCoa 'trjr Term. 1891.
Catherine Jan-en va Audreaa Janaeru la Chan
cery. Affidavit cf the non-residence of Andreas Jan
ata !i -.""""L defendant, havin-f been
?'L in, th ," office of th? e rcait
?T.J?k ""d .eonnty. notioe ia there
STJt?rT??7 Pven tothe raid non-resident defen
dant that the complainant Ued her billof complaint
'r?.aOT.brChBnreryide thereof on tbe
Twentieth day of Nosetnber, 1881. and that thera
upona summons its ,d oat or said conn, wherein
said anil l now pending. retaroaMe on the first
Monday in-the month or January next, as la by
Now, anless yo the said non-resident defend
ant above named, shall personally be and ai ix ar
before saia circuit court, on tbe nret
day of the next term thereof, io be hollies
at the city of Jtock .iand, in and for the said
connty, on the Brat Monday m January next
?.1.P- U!in,yer or. demnr to the aid com
plainants Nil of complaint, tbe same, and the
.H,.,n". ml 'b'fg therein charavd nn e tated,
will be taken as c.mfesse.1. and a decree entered
a ain you. eco ding to V e ( rayer . f aaid bill.
Rock Island, 111.. November. 111
GEO. w. WAMBLE,"
Clera of said Court.
Jcvsc n a Hci.t, Coronl'B isol'rs.
PXKCUTOR'S SALE OF HEAT. K3
x-i TA1 K.
Public notice Is herebv given that on Vondav,
December 14th next, at th Hour of 2 o'clock p m
ai tne north dour of the court bouse in the city.,f
Rock Island, county of Keck leiand. and srate f
lllm-as, by virtite of a dctroe or the circuit
conrt or sa d county, entered on the lth dav of
October, IHKt, in acenain cause pending therein
when in the Hoard or Foreign Mission oi ihe Pres
byterian church in ih- U. A. and other are
wuiiiiuii una min im urconn II and others
aredefendaiit,i,e under- ignet. an executor of the
lasi w ill and tetamei,t of John McOonnell, 1-te of
sd osnmy dto aed, w ill sell ui pnblic ale to the
hi(.'heei binder, the real estate, -ituaied in said
Rock Island county, described as fol ows, to-w t:
l ne southeast quarterof section thirty-six (SB).
'""""T i-rcii'ceii ronn range two (xj,west
of the fourth p. m , or so much thereof as maT be
n-PHMJirV trt MH'l.f v .ulrl Ama 'I' i.
Rock l.-lana. IU , Nov. SI. 1891.
au l. m l-u.mmcll. Executor
plHICAQO, ROCK IBLAVD PACIFIC KAIL-v-
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirtv-
Estate of A-nanda Eabc ick, deceased.
ThnH(lApiimAit I..., ... - ...j
. . . . . .., s w auiuieu execu
tor of ihe last will Ld test,.m.-ijt of Amanda
Baser ck. late f the county of Rock Island.
at., a n III. ..! .1
IZr i. i"ro, nereuy eivea notice
that he will appear before the eouctr court or
KfM-b Ill-nil -nnntv at . K L 1 . .
, , iimi-c ui uiv cim 01
aid conrt,in the citv or Rock Island, at the Feb
ruary term, on the first Monday in February next,
at which tune all persons having cleirxs aeainst
HAlri Mtat. .,aw.iiA. ..J - . . . . ,
,T auu 1 tlj LIITK'U H KlieUn
rupw! uiiip me sameaujustea. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make) inmMlMl nuvman . V. J . I
----- j i 'it luiuciFiiciiru.
Sated this th day of November. A. D. lt-91.
HJNRY i CONNELLY, Executor
Estate or John Heittman, Deceased.
Tr e DnrJersia-rieit tlfiinnff hwsn nnniniaJ avam
nu-'xor ihe last will and testament or John
ut'ii mii, jaie 01 me county or Hock Island, state
t.f lllinoi-, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court or Rock island
countv, at the office or tha clerk or sal 1 court, in
tbe city of Rock island, at the January term, on
the first Monday in January next, at which time
all persors having claims aua nst said estate are
umifl- d and ree'iertedto attend, for the r.n nun
of haiing the same adjasted. . All persona in-
uruicu uiikiuriiue are requesiea to make im
mediate paymeut to the nndereiimed.
iMted ihi ISth day of November, A. I 1991.
HARLOTTE HEITTMAN, Executrix
Estate of Daniel O'Brien. Deceased.
The undersigned, having been aunomted ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Itmiil
O Brien.iaie ot tne county or Rock Island, state of
minors, ueceaseu, nereDy gives notice tnat be will
appear before the county conrt of Rock Island
county, at the office of tbe clerk of said court, n
the city cf Rock Island, at the Jaeuarv term, on
the First Monday in January next, at which time
all persons having elaims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having tbe same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne unaersiened.
Dated this lltadsy ot Vnvetnber. A. D., ISM.
DAVID BROWN, Executor.
Have just returned from the east
where they have purchased a iine of
of all the latest stjks, and inyite
tbe public to call and examine
We hkve a full line of Boston Rubbers.
307 TWENTIETH ST.
ft! o .4
Pp Eg 1
I'll 'y -mi
For sale by an firav-daaa Grocery dealers.
23 FL. SAIIUEN'S '
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IMMIVCwUTEUCTIlC MIT All SltKNSOII
, TwMImmm tmrrrmtu of i er-ririrti" throock mil WRaK
PA RTS. rvtarinc ihm m U RALTH maA TMIUHOI BTBKMlTwL
; TRAINS. tLaava. Uaiv.
Council Bluffs Minneao-1
U Day Express f :35am lOam
Kansas ty Day Express... 6:80 am 11:18 ptn
War hi ngton E I pre.. S:Mpm 1:US pm
Oonncu luffs A Minneao-1 ,.-.
u --resa f ";wPn 7 .D6 am
Council bluffs A Denver I .
Limited Vestibule Kx.. f '-5m 8:89am
Kansas City Limited 10:B5 pm 4:M am
Atlantic Accommodation.... 8-30am 18:15 pm
tCtoing west. IQoingeast. 'Daily.
CKUNOTON ROCTK-C B. A Q. RAIL.
. . Depot First avenue sad SixUenth at..
M. J. Yonng, agent.
TRAINS tliTl. aaaiva.
St. Louis Kxpresa :0 am 6:t0am
8t. Louis Bxpresa I pm 7:18 pm
St. Paul Bxpreaa 5:45 pn. 8 OS am
tteardstown Passenger 9 M pm 10:SSam
Way Freuht (Monmouth)... 8:08 am 1 :50 pm
tiling Passenger 7:12 am R-48 pm
Savanna " 10:36 am 8 4b pm
CmCAUO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. t"Ti Arbivs.
a;J and ixpreo 6:4B-iu 9:00pni
St. Paul Exj.r. ss 8:15 em 11:25 am
't.A Acco-nmodation :00pn 10:10am
?t , Acmn modation 7:8Bn i:10pm
ROC& ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenu and Twentieth atreet. F.
11. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS Laavs. Aaerva.
Fast Mall Express.... 8:10aro! 7:30 ptn
Express 2:u pm; l:8pm
Oahle Accommodation 9:10 am, 3:00 pm
' 4 ("m nm 8 :0S am
MOST DIHKCT BOTJTK TO THB
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Is'and..
Cam' ridtie ....
Fsst VI. Expnas
8:51 am 8:04 pm
9:15 m 3 :-'7 pm
:44 am 3 57 pm
10:S0 am 4 S5 pm
10:39 am 4:57 pm
:125fim 5:55 pm
8:45 i m
6 :35 pm
8:00 n m
l '05 n't
S: IS Nm
Lv. Peoria 110:15 am- 4:10pm
Ar. Rock Island 1:30 pm 7:30 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Is'and at
o:uua. m. ana tup.n; arrive at Peoria 1:45 n.
m. and 8:30 a. m. leave Pecuia 6:00 a. m. and
7:15 p.n; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 2:0
All trains rnndsllv exretit Sundav.
All passer ger trains arrive and depart Union
det ot, Peoria.
Free Chair caron Fast Express beta een Bock
Ie'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets io all points; baggage checked
uimugu mi uesiiuauon.
I Armm I Arm:
Lv. Rock Island 9 In ami 4.00 Dm
Arr. Reynolds... ,101 ml 5.06 pm
" Cable 11.00 ami 6.40pm
a on - . a t n
7.00 am ; 1.45 pm
' I Rock Island
H. B. 8UDLOW.
Oea'l Tkt. Agent.
WfACQUUIfTEO WITH THE GtOQIUVPHT 0FTHI5 CCJKTWWIU OSTAIrl
MUCH VMliaSU INF0RVATI0N fftOU A STUDY Of THIS MAP Of THE
DcctHc trmt rU iMtMtl), ? forlcit wA.OUO i cask.
HaBMUlf I Brr-d ID ,lT OMtba, Kkid pUbpIU4 rrC
I. , A ruimn lmt fif infwwaHA. '
V I Ihtain PaUni. a ' ? ... . AT
iDAHW pwrh 4K
s Sol urn4wir.
, fw York.
CMcap, Eoct IsM & Pacific Ey,
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
rcuna, lm sane, Moiine, HKm Island, .In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muacatine, OUumwa, Okaloosa, Del
Molnea. Winlenet. Audubon. Harlan ami CmimII
ElutTs. In IOW ; Minneapolis and Bt. Paul, in MIST.
KESOTA; Va.own and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron. B3mL,.b and cii. i. iitcipdi.
Omaha. I.i mil! n l-'airhurv ami Kaknn InX-L-nD.cv..
Atchiaon, Leavenworth. Horton, Topika, Hutchinson!
nicniia, ueiieriue, AMlene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS; Kingiisber, El Reno and illiico, in ISDIAM
TEREITOfiV: Denver. Coloradn Rnrin .t.a
in COLORADO. Travenea new areas of rkh farraln.
and (raxing lands, aflurdlng the best faclliUee of lnter-
Comniuntcalinn An all Imim .nil 4IM . . .
northwest and southwest of Chicago and ts Pacinc and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all eamtiattton In aDlenfnr r .i.
between CHICAGO and DES MOIKES. COUNCIL
PLrFF and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
Flrst-CLaai Daw Omviimm. PRrae arcrrerun nn.n
CARS, and Palac Sleepers, with rjinlnc Car 8ervk-.
Cloaa cnanectiona at Denver and Colorado Springs with
lTergi.g taUway llnta, now forming th nw and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which nperbly-srralpped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake CUy. Olden and San Francisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND la also the Direct ana Favorite Lin ts and
bom Manltou, PlkCs Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic rssorusjclueas mhxtngdistrlcUtaColc
DAILY EAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph sod Kansas City to sad from all Im
Bortaat towns. ciUes and sections In Soatlwra Nebraska,
Kansas and tat Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from rsneas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS sad BT. PAUL.
oeDnerUocigforali poiti north aod Borthwest b-twera
the sakes and the Padflc Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or dead red information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Offica la UM United gtatsa
C ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
W YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OER THE WORLD
AS FAR AS YOU COULD CO.
a better soap tIjaN SANTA CLAUS
YOUD NEVER CET TO KNOV.
Successor to Adameon & Ruick,
Wm PRACTICAL HACHIHIST,
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second A-venu,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tinware
Bcocter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Geneseo Cooking StOTwa.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. lYIa CHRISTY,
UA1UFACT0REB EF CRACKERS 110 BISCUITS.
Ask Your Ororer for Their.
1 hey are Best.
The Christy "Otstir" atd Christy "Waria."
Fall and Winter Stock
01 GOODS BECEIVID BY-
HOPPEl The Tailor.
CSPCall and Examine.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing dote on thort notice and sa:isfacticn guaranje d.
Offlco and Shop 1412 Fonrth Aweane, ROCK ISLAND.
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, J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street
This new Sample Boom is now open for business. The best of Wines, Lienors sad be
Imported Cigars always on hand.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence SUS
ar""T.s prepared to nuke estimates and da all kinds of earpenter work. Glvt kirn ststaL
Proprietor of thefBrsdy Street .
A1 klials ot Cut Flowers sonatantly oa hand.
Green Bosses Flower 8 tore
One block north et Central Park, ta largest la la. S0t Brady Street, Dvenport.Iowa ,
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and. Builder,
1121 and lia Foarth a venae. Betldeaec 11 Fonrth aveaae.
Flans and specifitatlons furnished on all clasees of work : alto sfrext cf vTiller's Patent
tliding Blliids, someuilnf new, ityUshandotelrabls.-
- BOCK rSLAND. in-.
- GE0BGE SCH1FEB. Proprielor. 1.
1601 Second Avess. Cornet of Sixteenth Btres . , Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Clear always on Hand
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