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THE ARGUa WEDNESDAY, NOVEM13EK 25, 1891.
OF A KING.
..px SCHOOLBOY RELATED
i ' .... -o nc ITAI V
l0 THE nUL-tn v,
TImmikIi Few New
f Hla Existence.
witl, otlur Hys nd Seem
Hi, Mothers Americas.
inrini; ejtrlv nioruiuiror
.i im Mara mo, may lie
.... vnih avenue from the Bris-
' o,,iH,l hvhis little brother.
""' ! ' . .........ti.i.r Thorn km
'u . . .. .1-iv in mi1 ilv
!!! -' . ,
..... .limit the lit V like auv
u ' -
; t ri' il
'j ,,,,,, tli.it would turn npon
... i i:ik were it known
:S'" .,, iuciiili-ri'iit tliromr thiit, a
I 1'uMire inarniiiH was
.r.ip " , . . .
t' I I I I I 1 . 1 l"". . . I.... U.lll M.Xt
l.mv lit; likeil America.
Vw Vi-rk are so frequently
,. , ,.f ti e peanut ami ton
,., it U tint to lie wondered
icle appears upon the
l:i . Mir mioiUiI result.
;;; l.-r. iy of old, this little
!;. He does not chat
: :t':'l t lie corner either,
. in it pour, Hie is none
i in l..i Marches.-i Helen
. loeeupies sumptuous
... , i avenue latnuy Hotel.
, r'y !i yr.ir- oM, and lull for liis
a'ul. iiitwiiiistaiilini his
, !..! a blond, fair haired mid
,i U iuMi interviewed in his mum
;,jr. i:r .-iiowed remarkable self
. an,i .in ingenuous cordiality
.. iit a nice. riy, courteous
,. iii :i ui: of fawn tweeds, patent
on In- -hapely patrician feet, a
;N (To i'. immarulate linen, and
; ;..v.k i.med across a full, broad
THK YOfNO COrST.
t.-.-far!' hi" entail brother, was of
I ..i hi mat Count Robert belontreil
i uipany in the military battal
it IWtkt iey school, but thought
:.i iUe to teil it himself, all of
.:. .tt-l t.u t iii the small, black eyed
ot. f'f. sre enough, when the
j ii:. t from his own room and
'.ii.fl. he was "pleased to say"
Cr-;1'1:' H "f the Berkeley battalion
jji;'.my. and when questioned as
. '. i ' l ! X- . " i
2)'Wht that "boys had such a
:iu America." He liked best of
jir.'.l in tlie hiji Seventh I!eiment
t iliI w:n very proud of his connec
o liw Leciou of Honor military
"jj R-Vrt was lorn in New York,
ton abroad when very youn, and
:lm jtiirs ai;o whs entered in the
:iiiiu Forty-fourth street. He
s fir nmre enthusiastic over his bi-
:h,n over his titles, und said "he
cart: much about being a count, but
to command an army, like bis
ri room, (jeneral ban Marzauo,
laileriui'liief of the Italian forces in
'African battle at Massowu."
U ttranduepliew of King Atna-
H'i Marie Dal I'ozzo Delia Cisterna
lu interviewing his parents the
ii'tiictrii that they are entirely sat-
Amencan systems of education
xy of any ratik or class. Unlike
American families, they have
rA ;: neres-ary to select Europe,
wr have learned and taken advan-
...4;nricii'a broad educational ideas
SwY'irk's vast facilities for thethor-
tusaeil traiuiuj,' of their boys.
l!inn;-de San Marzano, the boy's
l-a Ei-tmew of Cardinal San Mar.
tl KjUje. Hb stiends much of his
principally in Paris. lie is a
i" ii. an. nruiid of his huuuv land
iilo' hi- huvs.
Bjlwru's irrand mother, on his
riikie, is now liviug in a small town
'J.anil is a widow. She was the
(inlja-sailor to the court of
'': lVrhii. A life sized portrait of
WlIiu woman now hangs in one of
l"".iPI)iiit.Ml drawing rooms of the
ZMi-.-ramlmotlier, on the father's
rx-rto Marie Dal Pozzo Delia
q ii-ti i,f Spain from 1ST0 to 1S73.
i-i--i 'and, A maileus, sou of Vlc-
"f Itaiy, reigned.
'-' i nut re-embles his sister, a
'i o. r .-.eiit v, not a little, nnd
" !!': "iini;er brother, Charles,
'""d Italian characteristics.
.iMiiii-e Helen, is a ilevont
c,.,i iiiotiier, giving up a
y-'V-ry to the care and super
i.-r I, ,., e,i,c,ltion, her daughter
her -clinoiinj'. She is an-
!-:-.t; ..,n f ti,,. many lovely Amer
':i' win, occupy the much coveted
Kive. She is a sweet,
.'i n r: an. too, and was a Miss
'..: i:. N,.w York family.
0 f ij Hull her u I'mntnn. anil
' "I. dti l i, colisiili.ri.il ur Mm Rurl--
"Uu excellent scholar, bright aud
!1" 15 irniiinilirifiu na
' " mi, iiiAUiliiun.
'.In ai.i.., . . . .
I -"1.. lacing on firth ave
With ,'tiiti from foreign lands.
! t;',1",'-". quaint antiques, costly
' ji'JiS XV mill ! wt ...
.. - u"im -...A lur
'- r.iii vi..., i
i,, , "u ui pes tries wnose
r k I 'y age confront one
., ."' S,,!P cut of the hotel
' "It'" to- t ...... f.. I ..I
il, I "'"i eienuuue 01 a
-n. tK "M lik suddenly
4 1 New Vor-- -o -- atmos
. ,ly co"-er in the little
, ".iimni Versailles.
. "'-.tlte. Ir:intn... ll.. 1
- I'k f i"'1"5 ov--f.-y with the
luoue one regret
''',., , L vl-- was Just a
'-ul L i 'lKK,i laJ- 8uorn - I-06"0
, . irom -'p to to-
Triampha of Chemistry.
Chemists distinguish between various
kinds of sugars. To one class belongs cane
sugar, which is formed in the- in- ar cans
orgnum beet and maple, and which we
use at the table. To another cus belong
the glucoses, of which t. .; . .vJ:
occurs in grapes and other fraits, and the
'- manuracturea oo a large
scale from the starch of corn, are wmples.
Some time since Professor FUcher, of
urzburg, Germany, succeeded in the
synthesis of several sugars closely allied to
fruit sugar. He has found a way to trans
form glucose into a sugar of the type of
cane sugar. We have long know i how to
convert starch and cane sugar to glucose.
The process is one of changing a more com
plex compound to a simpler one. But the
possibility of reversing the pro-iess was
long doubted. Yet just this is what Pro
fessor Fischer has now accomplisl ed.
Still more remarkable, I was olng to
say but the time for calling snci things
remarkable seems to lie past is t ho account
or the preparation of an albumit oid com
pound by synthesis. How carbc hydrates
and fats may be prepared artificially we
have come to understand. But the albu
minoid compounds contain more chemical
elements, aud Hre far more comp.ex; they
are indeed the highly organized material
of vegetable and animal life. Tl at these
substances could lie made iu the laboratory
has been hard to believe. Yet Professor
Schntzeuberger, of Paris, has reported to
the French Academy of Science the syn
thesis of a compound similar to the pep
tone into which the albuminoid of our
food are transformed in the process of di
gestion. Professor Atwater it Ct ntnry.
How the Wind ISlrw.
He had been up in the new states. In
consequence he was full of most marvel
ous experiences which put Munchausen in
the shade and made Colonel T m Ochil
tree nn inexperienced and veracious young
ster by comparison. Here is one of his
stories: "I was traveling on the . B. and
It. or some other road with thrt-e letters.
The wind had leen blowing over the town
where 1 had been stopping at tl e rate of
from forty-five to fifty miles an hour for
six weeks. It blew and it blew and there
was no let up. The shingles had to lie fas
tened to the roofs with rivets anc. the male
population wore no whiskers. Doors aud
windows were closed ami battened to
windward and in many cases tl e houses
were secured with immense ox chains.
"I took a train for the east one line morn
ing with the breeze still blowing at that
terrific rate. It hapiened that the direc
tion of the wind was exactly tht- same as
the train. The track was as straight and
level as a foot rule for 500 miles. Going
out on the rear platform I ligh ed a was
taper and stuck it between the bmrds. It
burned as straight as ir in a closed room.
There was not a nicker. The wind and
the train were going at the sane rate of
speed and there was a perfect calm."
- ta a
Well for aenslbla Amoriran
'"pre-,., "--'ecbap is devoid of
!,0'f , '-ers into fun and the
.. Jl On si i.ai
iUw. f 7 lral-wi untie Atner
!; 0, ,1;','t ,!le" are, without a rag
-V.-v becomes general
lot it Advertiser.
Ka. -umg Uemarka.
m-t.,!?' ,1'l"try trying to open a
trnoi n?ttkiD.' Kood deal
'n . , -""ui it.
""''liJ , m tbe kitchen. "What
iih... -'""'pen that can of toma-
v ron coT." be growled
!,-Iy.ou w,!re trying to open It
STATE OK ILLINOIS, 1
n"1?10?1' ?art to ,h Jnry Term, A.
D., 1892 In Chancery.
appointment of a trustee nndcr the last will and
eX.t?m?nt.of 8ar"h - Uobb. deceased.
Affidavit of non-residence of Wlllian P. Rue-
?nl. H1 QV, Kn?B'. 8r-h
Rusnlea, Lucy 8. BugBles, Dariel Rufglea.
R't'gle. Mortimer R. Koftler, Gai-
lf ' P 'Ke 0n 'ipe andVrederick Allen, and
tUe nnknowo hai.s at law of Sarah B Cobb de-
the circuit conn nrsai. county, uotlce is there ro re
hereby givtniothu said non-resident defendants
tbatibecornplaiiant nled his petition or bill of
complaint in raid oonrt, on the chmcerv Mde
","TO'" n; twenty foonh day of November,
lB'Jl, ani that thereupon a summons Issued
pntofsma conrt, wherein said suit U now penil
Iub. leturnable on the first Monday in the month
of January neit, as is i.y law required
0". nnle-s you, the said non-resident defend
ants above named. W illiam P. Rucales, Willi m
Si Uiisleii t",rah c- R,,e-h. fjd'a R. Ooit,
Hlchaid M. Hnggle. Lncy 8. Rmrgles
Daniel Rugehs, Rusfjle. Mor
? Riwiles. Gardiner Rupcle..
I nrni'li. P. . I ...it- I .. : ,. . , . -.7 .
enck Allen and the unkno-n heirs at law of
faran B. Cobb, deceased, t hall peroonallr ba and
ap ear before said licuit court, . n Hie Hist day
01 the next term thi ieof, to be hoto.n at Rock
Island in ai d for the said coun y, on the first
Monday in January text, tnl pletd, atihw. r or
demur 10 lue sa;d complainsut's bill f comi Iain',
the same and the matter and thing- therein
charged and sia eJ will betaken as confcs-ed.and
a dei-ree ent. red ag.uist you accoidJng to the
prnvcrc f said bill.
Rockleland 111 , November SK, lPftl
GEOKUE W. liAMhLK.
Clerk of sa d Court.
LrciAS A nM , Cotrpt s Scl.
THE TRAVELERS' HUIDE.
piHICAQO. ROCK IBLAND PACIFIC RAIL
w way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thlrty
arrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
Council Bluffs A Minneso-1
ta Day Sxpress J
Kansas CHty Day Express. ..
Council rlnffs A Minneso-1
ta x-ress f
Council Bluffs A Denver)
Limited Vestibule Ex.. (
Kn. rMt T In-.taJ
Baths In Paris One Hundred Tun Ago.
The Parisians who preferred :old hatha
a hundred years ago, or at the c immence
ment of this century, took them in the
Seine, without paying serious attention to
those wno were passing along t ie quays.
The Paris of today is morescrup ilous, but
as swimming baths are numerous one ob
serves the proprieties without beintr great
ly incommoded. The bathtubs of the end
of the last and the commencement of the
present century were made with a view to
economizing hot water. They were, in re
ality, tubs slightly elongated, with the
head slightly raised, in which one could
neither conveniently sit nor lie a', length.
That in which Marat was assassinated
may still be seen at the Grevin museum,
and one of those of Bonaparte at Fontuine
bleau. Neither is of a model t lat would
meet any sort of favor in America. Before
the revolution wealthy French nobles had
luxurious baths made in the form of sofas,
reclining chairs or couches. Sometimes
baths were mule sufficiently capacious to
accommodate several persons at a time.
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
The Varnish Tree.
Some years ago Professor Pa;in planted
in the Frankfort botanical gard n some of
the trees from which it is stated the Jap
anese obtain their lacquer or var lish. The
tree is known to botanists as the Rhus
vernix, and it appears there are I ow thirty
four healthy trees, some thirty feet high.
Professor Rein has taken sap lromafcw
of the trees and sent it to Japi n for trial
by native artists. It is, however, almost
useless for Europeans to attempt to com
pete with the Japanese in their line, but
the lacquer, if it can be made from trees
grown iu Europe, may be used lor other
purposes tliau varnishing wood.
The Rhus coriaria. or varnish tree,
grows in many parts of what may lie
termed the Mediterranean distr ct, and its
juice is known for its deleterious or in
jurious properties, and has consequently
been let alone. The Japanese, however,
seem to understand it, and it is certain
they make a beautiful lacquer or varnish
from the juice of their trees; but they keep
the processes secret. EnglLsh Mechanic,
A Fulling with Few Men.
I know a lot of men who are n it credited
with being sociable, intelligent, entertain
ing, honest and so on, simply because they
themselves have incorrect notions about
letting their good qualities become known.
It is men of this class who are out of work
quite frequently, because they are either
afraid to ask the favor of being permitted
to work for some one on a sa ary or be
cause they neglect to -let their employers
know that they are doing some other fel
low's work besides their own. Excessive
modesty of this kind is a positive vice, and
one, too, that is exceedingly hud to up
root. Detroit Free Press.-
CorroaT Sublimate at m Hair Producer.
The Medical Record describes a new
treatment for promoting thegrc wth of the
hair, which is said to have been tried with
almost uniform success in Framie. A num
ber of patient were subjected t intrader
mic injections of corrosive sublimate in
strength of two to five bundrsl, and the
growth of hair over the bald spots was
more rapid than after other motes of treat
ment. A variety of vehicles w ere experi
mented with, and it was found that an
aqueous solution was the best. Several
Injections of not more than live or six
drops were made around each patch.
Taking a Mean Advantage.
A confectioner of Talare, Cal , agreed to
sell to a stranger all the cam y he could
eat for ten cents. To the consternation of
the dealer, the saccharine glutton ate three
pounds and then stopped, not because be
had enough, but because the dealer would
not let him take a drink of wtterand go
an again. New York Recorder.
Electroplating underwent a revolution
when nickel plating came in. Now they
plate with nickel buttons, stove and steam
ingines, and all this gives emp oyment to
STATE OF ILLlXOfS, 1
Rock Island ("ouxty. fss
In the Circuit Court Jatuary Term. 1898.
Catherine Jausen vs. Andseas Janaen. In t'han
cety. A flidavit cf the non-residenre of Andreas Jan
pen, the above defendant, having been
filed in the clerk's office of tho e'reuit
court of paid county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident defen
dant that me complainant filed her bill of complaint
In said conrt on the chancery side then o ton l he
Twentieth day of November, IBM. and that there
upon a snmmnns iss '.d out of said court, wherein
said suit Is now pending, returnable on the first
Monday In the month of January next, as Is by
Now. unless you the said non-resident defend
ant above i amed, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day cf the next term thereof, 10 be holden
at the city of hock s'and, in and for the said
connty, on the first Monday in January next
and pli ad, answer or demur to the said com
lilainaul's hill of comulaint. the same, anil the
matters and things thetein chanted aud stated,
will betaken as confessed, and a decree ntered
a alr.st ou. ncco ding to t' e 1 rayer of said bill.
Kock If land. 1)1.. NovemberSo, 18l
GEO. W. UAMBLE."
Clera of said Court.
Jackson a IIci.t, Compt's Sol'rs.
1 Executor's sale of rbal es
Public notice Is herebv given that on Kondav,
f ecember 14th next, at th hour of a o'clock p m
at the north door of the couit bouse in the city of
Koca Island, county of Rock Island, and state f
Illinois, by virtue of a decree of the circuit
court of sa d county, entered on the Mtb day of
October, 1891, in acertain cause penning therein
wherein the Hoard of Foreign M iseion ol the Pres
byterian church In th U. S A. and others are
complainants and William HcConn 11 and others
are defendants, the undersigned, as executor of the
last will and teatameut of John McConnell. lite of
said county deceased, will sell at public sale to the
highest bidder, the real estate, situated in said
Rock Island county, described as follows, to-w't:
The southeast quarterof section thirtr-six SI1.
township seventeen (17), rortn range two (,wet-t
oi tne tourtn p. m , orso murn tnereor as may be
necessary to sa l-fy said decree. Terms, cash.
Rock Ulaua, 111 , ov. SI, 1WI.
3AM I RL M'CONMCLL, Executor.
Estate of Amanda Baboxk, deceased.
The undersigned having been anDointed execn
tor of the last will aid testament of Amanda
Babe ck. late ( the countv of Rock Island.
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island connty, at the otBce of (be clerk of
said court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Feb
ruary term, on the first Moaday in February next,
at which time all persous having clain a against
Raid estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
mate immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 2 th day of November. A. D. If91.
II EN KY (!. CONNELLY, Executor.
Estate of John Heitttnaa, Deceased.
Tne undersigned having been appointed exec-
ntrix or the last will and testament or .John
Ueitiman, lute of the county of hock I-lmd, state
of lUitioM, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will Hnnear hefiit the rnuntv minrt nf Ftork Inland
county, at the nftVe of the clerk of said court, in
the city or Kock island, at tbc January term, on
the first Monday In January next, at which lime
all persots huving claims aya'nst said estate are
notified und reqneited to attend, lor the purpose
of haclni the tame adjusted. All persons in
debted to said est ite nre requested to make im
mediate payment to tne niiueri!mcd.
Dated tin ISrh day of Nnvemhnr. A. D. 1891.
CHARLOTTE UEITTMAN, Executrix
Est'Jte of Daniel O'Brien, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed ex
ecutorof the last wilt and testament of Daniel
U'Brien,latc of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, ncreny gives notice mat ne win
appear before the connty court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Rock Island, at the January term, on
the First Monday in January next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate are
untitled and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne undursitmed.
Dated this ink dav of November. A. D., 1891
DAVID BROWN, Executor.
Have just returned from the esst
where they have purchased a line of
of all the latest styles, and invite
the public to call and examine
We hive a full line of Boston Rubbers.
3C7 TWENTIETH ST.
Jolirj Volk Sc Co.,
bash Doors Blinds. Biding, Flooring,
sad all kinds of wood work for builder.
Xtghteenth 8U. bet. Third and Fourth sves.
tQolngwesl. tGoingeast. Daily.
tLaavn. t Anai vs.
1 KX) ara
7 Xf am
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M.J. Young, agent.
St. Louis Express ! fl arr
Bt. Louis Express........... 7.85 pm
ou raui axpreat 6 :45 pre
Beard-town Passenger 8:65 pm
Way FrelL-ht (Monmoutb) ... 8 :08 am
-twling Passenger 7:12 am
Savanna " 10:35 am
7 .18 pm
8 us am
8 4s pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mail and Kxpresn
St. Paul Expr-pa
i :10 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet F,
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Express
8:10 am i 7 :S0 pm
2:80 pm! 1:80 pm
9:10 am! 8:00 pm
4 00 cm R:0R am
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO THK
East, South and Southeast.
Fast IU'l. Express
Lv. Rock Island 8:10 am S an im
Ar. Orion 8:51am 8:04 i.m
Cambridge 9:15am 3:i!7pm
Galva 9:44 am 8:57 pm
Wyominir 10:30 am 4:85 pm
Prirctville 10:89 am 4 :6: pm
Peoria 1 :iis m 5:55 pm
8t. lonis .. .
1 :15 tint
3 :wi pm
6 :85 pm
io :ni pm
7 -H ftm
Ar. Rock Island..
10:15 ami 4:10pm
1:80 pm 7:80 pm
Accommodation trains leave Ro'k Is and at
6 :00 a. m. and 6 45 P. m : arrive at Peoria 8 :45 n.
m. and 9:80 a. m. leave Pecuia (5:00 a. m. and
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 8:05
All trains rnn dally exrept Sunday. tm
All passe ger tralna arrive and depart Union
Free CI air car on Fast Krpes tetveen Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both direct Ions.
Through tickets io all points; baggage cnecked
tnrougn to destination.
Lv. Rock Island ; 9 If) am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... :10 20 am 5.05 pm
Cable 111.00am 5.40pm
Lv. Cable 6.20 am WO pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 a to 1.45 pm
" I Rock Island 7 65 am1 8.00pm
H. B. 8UDLOW, B. SToCKHObb,
Superintendent. Gen'l Tkt. Agent.
UNACQUAINTE0W1TH THE GEOOIMPtlY OF THIS COUNTRY Wilt 08TAI
MUCH YIUBU MF0RMATI0N FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
Clicap, Eoct IsM & Pacific By,
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Roc Island, in ILLINOIS:
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Oakaloosa, Des
Molncs, Wlnterset, Audubon, Har'.an and Council
Bluffs, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and St, Taul, in 311 X
KESOTA; Vtaterlown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA
Cameron, SU Joseph and Kansas City, ln MISSOURI
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Kelson. In NEBRASKA
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hortnn, Toneka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and JJiuco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Sprinjrs and Pueblo.
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of Inter.
commnnlcation to all towns and cities east and west.
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VXSTZBUZJC EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of emilnment.
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES, COUNCIL
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KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via 8T. JOSEPH.
Ftrst-Clasa Day Oaacbes, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CABS, and Falace Bleepen, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Bnrfnn with
diverging railway lines, now farming th new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogdeo sod Ban Finc!aco. THE BOCK
ISLAND ia also tht Direct ana Favorite Line to and
nam Alsnltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic rtnorti and dues and mining districts la Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Tmm BC ' Pli- a. M m ....
- a- -w-s-Etn. awu ABUsH VAwJ IsV tUia IJlJaJ UU ITU
Kansas and tb Indira TerrUory. Also via ALBERT
IU! DrtfTTT" A V- a . . . .
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th lakaa snH V,m b.lstA rva
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pply to any Coupon Ticket Office n the TJnited States
or Canada, or address
E. ST, JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
otni Manager, Oeol Tkt. A Paat. Aft.
IF YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OER THE WORLD
AS FAR AS YOU COULD CO,
A BETTER soap tI-jaN SANTA CLAUS
YOUD NEVER qET TO KNOW.
Sncceseor to Adameon & Ruick,
Hock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. Firet and Second Avenne,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
fggr"8econd Hand Machinery bought, eold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and Tiawie,
Baxter Banner Cooking and Heating Stoves and the Geneseo Cooking 6tov.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
1508 SECOND AVE.. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
IMIUR EF CRACKERS I1D BISCUITS.
Ask Tonr Ororer for Them.
They are Bert.
The Chriet j Otitr" and Christy "'Wat.
Fall and Winter Stock
OF GOODS BECEIVED BT-
HQPPE: The Tailor.
fS-Call and Examine.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter "Work Done.
General Jobbing done on thort notice and satisfaction goarante d.
Office and Shop 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
This new Sample Room is cow open for business. The best of Wines, Liqoora and Sue
Imported Cigars always on hand.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Bhop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth STenoe. Residence 393S
aWIs prepared to saake estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give him s trial.
Proprietor of th -Brady Street
Ad kinds of Cnt Flo-ver constantly oa band.
Grrea Houses nower More
One bloc aorta of Central Park, the largest is Ia. 304 Brady Street, DavenporVIowa.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1128 Fourth avenne. Residence 111 Fourth avenne. -
Plans and specification fnrnls hed on all classes of work : also agent of Wilier' Patect Ustde
Sliding BUnds, tOBaething sew, stylish and desirable.
-'" ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
GEORGE SCHAFEB, Proprietor. .
1801 Second Arenas, Corner of Bixteerath Stree Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
free Lunch iTery Day . . BandwichesFtinililiedonSto-tWotSr