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TI1E A Hi; US. SATU11DAV, JULY 1893,
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Published Dally and Weekly at Second
Avenue, Bock Island, III.
J. W. POTTF.lt,
Tiaa Daily 50c pur monto; Weeely M .00
par annnm; in advance $1 .SO
All communications of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religions, mast have
real name attached for publication. No such
tlele9 will be printed over fictitious signatures,
Anoymons eommunlcationt not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
I a Kock Island county .
SATUKDAY, Jllv 1, 1893.
Catt. Anson should withdraw
from the league race and endeavor to
enter the college hasc Ijall tourna
ment, where his "colts" inijrht win a
A Iexas lawyer has .sued for a fee
of over l3."j.0!)i. whieh he claims is
due him from the Choctaw Indian?
It is a bir fee for Texas, but that i
what he is there for.
A movement is on foot looking to
ward a reunion of the armies of both
north and south that fought at A
niattoox It is desired that the
meeting be held at Fredericksburg,
Va.. in 1s;m.
Illinois has now one of the nuift
effective anti-tru-t laws in existence,
the Ferns law. enacted bv the last
lejri-Iature. The bill became a law
by Gov. Altireld ji'acin !iis siirnat lire
to it last week.
1'iirilou of the AimreriKl.
St . Louis Republic .
Whatever may be said, either in
general or particular, in coiideriina
tion of Gov. AltircM's ardon .f the
Chicago AnarchiIjr4ic is entitled to
a defense airainM tfi'e re blican
charge that the tumlon is a receipt
for the Anarchist vote at the election
of last vear.
This charge is madi
without any eilort at
san editors who could
fact la.-t year t hat t In
when mere assertion i
time is p:i
'ould be ma
potent i:i Illinois politics are, per
lr.ijis. itic:patile of lcariiinj; it at all.
Tle y would do well, nevertheless, to
learn that aault. alike unwar
ranted by the facts and unjust i tied
by the occa.-ion. are tilled with pos
sibilities of react ion. It is due to
theii- party, if not to themselves,
that they -Ii n I f rellect iipon how far
such assaults are like ly to help rath
er than hurt their object.
At the time of the Anarchit trials
in Chicago, John 1'. A!t:re!d was one
of the few citizens of that city, out
side of the Anarchist societies, who
denounced not only the procedure of
the court and the methods of the
state's officers, but who insisted that
action of the city authorities in dis
persing the Haymarket meeting was
arbitrary and without authority of
law. He did not then and does not
now defend the doctrines of the An
archists per se. It may be admitted
that he has gone entirely too far in
that direction in his effort to justify
the pardon of Fielden, Schwab and
Neebe. But in doing so he only evi
dences a zeal which is clearly the re
sult of conviction, and could not pos
sibly be the perfunctory work of a
man in the formal delivery of poods
for the delivery of which he had al
ready contracted, and in exchange
for which he had already received a
If suspicion and surmise could
properly enter into such discussions
as this, it would be fair to say that
there is a widespread belief among
men of all parties in Illinois that
nothing but the candidacy of Alt
geld prevented Gov. Fifer from par
doning these men early inithe cam
paign of last year. The ex-governor,
it is well known, frequently ex
pressed the opinion that the ends of
justice had been fully served in these
cases, and he had been petitioned by
large numbers of the business and
professional classes of Chicago, in no
way connected or in sympathy with
the Anarchist societies, to pardon
the convicts. The nomination of
Altgeid by the democrats, whieh de
stroyed any hope Fifer may have had
oi political advantage trom such a
pardon, is said to have decided him
against it. However that may be,
his refusal solidified the Anarchist
vote against him and rave it to Alt-
geld without any pledge or bargain
If there is politics in Gov. Altgeld's
action it looks more to the future
than the past. The nomination of
Carter Harrison as the democratic
candidate for United .states ,'ehator
must depend upon the t'ook county
delegation in the next democratic
state convention. If that delegation
is divided no Cook county candidate
can get the nomination, and 'when
Altgeld himself may be a caieli-late
two years later, there will be no Chi
cago to shut him out from a place
among contestants. If there is poli
tics in the pardon it is on this line,
but there is more reason to bolieve
that Gov. Altgeld lues sacrificed him
self to a cohvictUf more than to an
-( it' Deep.
"I don't eaeatvliy you call him greedy
when he gavo yon his nice larre npple to
That's just it. Of coursa I had to
give him tho VicgSst piece then,
cago Inter Ocoft V
The pipes of Pant Not idler now are they
Than when their canning fashioner first blew
The pith of music from them. Tet for yon
And me their notes ire blown in many a way
Lost in onr murmur infra for that old dty
That fared so well v-ithout us. Waken to
The pipings here at land; the clear halloo
Of truant voices and the roundel
The waters warble in the solirndo
Of blooming thickets where the robin's breast
Sends op such ecstaiy o'er dale and dell.
Each tree top answers, till in all the wood
There lingers not one squirrel in his nest
Whetting his hanger on an empty shell.
James Whitcomb Riley.
Delivering at Telegram.
A man went with a telegram to tm office
In Broadway. It vaa midnight. Handing
the paper to the fellow in the cage he said:
"I want that delivered at 8 o'clock to
The fellow in the cage said, "We can de
liver, is wiuun an o our.
"I don't want lay friend aroused at 1
o'clock in the morr mg. Send it away from
here at 7, so that ho will get it at 8."
The f (Hlow in the cage was puzzled. "T
don t do business that way," he declared.
"I wouldn't know how to fix it so as not to
be delivered at once."
After a great deal of cogitation a bright
Idea struck him. If you pay the tolls on
the words, 'Don't deliver till 8 o'clock,' "
he said, "that will ilo it all right."
And so the custo ner paid t he extra toll.
But did the scheme work? Xot much.
"Within an hour a messencrer boy arrived
with the dispatch an the house of the send
er s friend. lie ran;; the bell for 10 minutes,
Then there came a policeman who asked
what the matter w is. The messenger bey
said he guessed some one's wife must be
dead as he had an important message that
naa got to le delivered at once. So the po
liceman hammered at the side of the house
with his nightstick ind awoke every one in
it about 30 all told
In the midst of tae uproar the dispatch
was delivered to the person for whom it was
intended. Tremhlinc at the fear of a irreat
bereavement, he otn ned it. nnd read as fol
Will expert you to c inner Troiiay. Jim.
The messensrer bey rn back nrotv.l of
having done hisUnt: . m-il the loo! telesraph
company increased :rs capital by ;:;,000,uo0
the following day. New York licrald.
Drsratliug the National I'nifomt.
Military men are much exercised at the
deirruil.it ion of the r.acen's uniform in Lon
don as a costume fo - sandwich men, and I
synipaihize euiireh with their feelings.
But what would tl.ese feelings be could
they but witness wh it hn Wen lately seen
in S:r.h Africa:- I !c;:r fr:.m Durban that
hutidii d! oi o'.il tin ies and trousers w!ii!:h
formerly graced the ;:ia:dv term of Mr. At-
kics have lately bee:, sold .:! to the coolies
and natives of Ne.t-.l ( ne witness lestilies
to bavin;,' j::st hh i i the .stt- t a criulv at
tired in the treiiM-i- of ... hi-Ulanl rcgi
niei't ..ml n Scim:i St.-ifTon'shire tunic. T
have einliavori il toi uluee theliritish arrr.y
to take a little l::o:e pride in itsoHici d
garii, btit if this -ort of thine is not
pped I fear t hat no amount of anr.inieiit
will )revei:t soldie s living asliame-d of
their clothes. I.oiuh ,n Truth.
IjVA ' al.
In tin nmtttr oi Gin B . Ens'in il"itnr.
The niidersiL'iH'd Itere v irip iwiiice that Ons
K. Knslin, lin'n lni-iiies in the r!tv of Ii,rk 1s:-
miii, in the county iif Koi k 1 liisi'l. knil ctste of
inini i ilia cm the 2:n i ay er June A. I. l'.O,
tr.u:sf r to theund.TiiiL'n ;d :isa!-iL'ut;c all liisprop
e ty for the benrtit of Ms criditors. arcnriliii!; lo
the provisions tf the &"t conctrainii u-ii;nm'M.t.
AH porson bavins c'aiin aciint Gus I.
Enffiin are herf'by notitii-d to present surh elKiois
ui uo' oath or ntlirrmitinn, to me at Kork Island
in naitl comity and Hta e wittln tlitej months
from this date.
Dated this aithduy of J nn" lS'.W
J. H. CLEL.WD. Asslsrnoe.
JOTICK IN ATTCHMENT
STATR OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island custt. f
i:ircuit court of Kock Inland county. September
term. A. D. 1893.
The People's National Hank of Rock Island, 111.,
tb C. W. Moster, In attachment.
Puhlic notice in hereby given to the said C. W
Mother that a writ of a Uichmeat issued out of
the office of the clerk of t le circuit court of Kock
Ilad county, dated tie tttith day of May. A.
D. ISSC), at the suit of the paid People's National
Bank and acainot the e-tate of the said C. W.
Moxher for the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,0(10.00)
dollars, directed to the s ieriff of Raid Kock Island
comity, which said writ uas been returned exe
cuted. Now, therefore, unlet you. the giid C. W.
Mother, fhall personally ie and appear before the
said circuit court or Ko k Island county on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at
the court house in the ci y of Kock Island, in said
county, on the 4th d y of September, A. D. 18S3,
give special bail and pleal to the said plaintiff's
action, judgment will be entered aeainst you, and
tu favor of the said Peocle's National Bank, and
so much of the t roperty attached as m av be suf
ficient to satisfy the said judgment and costs, will
be sold to satisfy the same.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. Haas, Plaintiff s Attorney.
June 48, A. D. 1893.
BTATE OK ILLINOIS, I
Koce Island Cochtt. f
In the county court; of !d county, to the May
Term, A. 11. 1MH.
James R. Johnston, administrator of the es
tate of Rnsilie Hartnae 1, deceased, va Emelie
Koher, Alice Eiiirel, Theodore UaTtnacel, Wil
liam UattnHgel, Arthur lartnngel. Edwin II art
nairel nnd Paul Hartnae 1.
Allidnvit of non-residence of said Emel'e Ko
her, Alice Enzel, Theoiore llHrlniiL'el. Willinm
llartnau' 1. Arthur Mart iafcu and Kdwin liart
n?el haing been filed in the oIKre of the clerk
of said county court, tioti -v is hereby given to the
said Kmeli4 Koher Alice Eugel, Tiieodore Ilart
rugel. William llartnage , Arilmr tlurtmigel anil
Edwin Ilaitna. el, i..-irs cf the said Rosalie llart
nai:cl, deceased, that tie; said Jume.s K. Jidin
ston, ixlruinwt ntor of the estate of Kosalie
Hurtnael. deeensi d, fi ed in the said coun
ty conn on the loih day " f .Inne. A. I) , 13:13. hi-i
petition making the sai 1 Emelie Koher, Alice
I'nrrol, 'I heodore llnrrns :el. iViaia i Hurtnitel,
Anhur Ilar'naitel. Edw n HurttiuKel fud I'nul
llartmigtd. dvfeudunts, p-aviiii! for nn order di
renting him 10 sell. Rr :Ve purpo-e cif psyiitg tt e
fiebts of said estate, tlw following decnued real
The norta twenty ('iOi 1 cres of the west half of
the e;et nulf of suctio 1 nine (!) in township
seventeen ( IT north r-uje two (2) Wfst of the
fourth (41 principal me idian si'u at(n! in the
county of ltock Ifland. s ate of Illinois, except
ing tli uefrom the following described real estate
taken by the L'ni'ed States govirnmcnt for the
building of the Illinois ai d Mict.lL'uncunul. Be
ginning at a point on the half section line forty-
iwo (4-.il chaius and tirty-seven i5i ) links south
of the southwest coner of ths southeast quarter
01 saiu seeiion nine () ai a running inence eouiii
sixty-three (G3) degrees Hid forty (4H) minutes
east ( 8 63 nenrees 49 E ) thirteen chains and
twentv-fonr links (13 24-1 10 chains) ih nee south
fifty-two degreca and fifty -five m'nutescast (S 62
degrees S5 minutes E) t?n chains and fiftv-niue
links 10 59-100 chains) more or lets to the east
line 01 saia west Rait 01 the east half of said
section nine CJ) containing between sa'd line and
Roc'i Biver eight and twenty two hundredths (8
ss-iuui seres more or less
Thnt a summons therct pon be issued out of
snid conn against the ab ve named defendants
returnable on the 1st day or the term of said
county court, to be held f t the conrt house in
saia county on the first 'fttnday of July, A. D.,
i-in i. as is oy mo law requireu, wnicd suit Is now
pending. Now, nntess yea appear in said court
on tne urst aay 01 tne At gust term, thereof
ho hplfl At. thf rnilpt. hnnm. ,n tha
of Rock Island, in said connty win5
state, on the nrst Mocda ' of August. A. It. 7803,
and plead, answer or dermr, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
aeainst yon, and judginint thereon against you
Dated this 14th day of , one, A. D. 1893.
H.l ALMA R KOULER, Clerk.
McEnhit McEmbi Solicitors.
1 trill. I I. 1 1
Special, .: ssessmewt
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
that the city council of the city of Rock Island
having ordered thnt: t ertain strips of ground,
.iear the ceite-of Seventeenth and Nineteenth
streets from the south line of Third to the north
line of ronrth avet ue n speed vely. r ow occu
pied by the Puvenport fc hock Island RaUwav
company with its tracks, curves and other ttrue-
tures, ana iipp lances for the passage of
it motors aid cars, be excavated and
graded, improved and paved., have ap-
fi ied to the count court of Kock Island connty,
n the state of Illinois, for an assessment of the
co-its of said I.T'orovemeLt according to benefits;
and, an a8tssment thereof hiving been made
and returned to said court, lbe final bearing
thereon will be had at the July term of sa d
conrt, commencing on the KKh da, of July. A D
All itcrsons desiring mny then and there ap
pear and mnke their defense.
Dated at Roek is'.and, Illinois, this 27th day of
Willi x VcTonocbie.
t HARLtS E. CA,
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill io
383, issued out of the clerk's olKce of the County
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain IndKrr.ent recently
obtained ae-aii.st Henry Ehlers In favor of
Rudolph I'riester, out of the land, tenements,
goods and chatte ls of the said defendant, Hen
ry El.lurs, I have levied upon the following
property, to-wit .
lirt of lot twent -two (2i, set-lien four (li
towihip seventeen (17). noith rst-e one (l)
west of the Fourth tirincipid meridi-m. situated
in the conn y e.r Keck Island and thestateof Ill
inois, us shown by the isessor's plat of lsfil.auil
containing six (0) seres, more or le.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
pose forsaie at public auction all thr rigln. title
and interest of the above nay ed, IKnry
Elders.in and to the cbove deycrihe jiproperty. ni
Thiirsdiiy.the jHth day of June.lSWi.'ift ao'clo "k ;.
m , at the north door rf the r.our". ?ioiik in the
city of liock Island, in the county c'rttock I -!,in.1 j
and state of HPnois, Tor cash in hir.d. to satisfy
said execution and f.-e bill . j
Dated at ltock Island this 7ih iluy f June. A .
j. i). Gordon.
Sheriff cf Rock Island (Viuty.lllinois
l"MINIaTK.TOri'S t" L SI
OK REAL F.STAT'.:.
Uv virtue of an order m. d"Cto of Tj.- eiei' ty
court, of IJik 1 slat d coni.ty. m if iUiie-i ,
made on Hie petition .f the tin.i. r-'gned, Jan..-
.lidmti.n. adniiiii-tr.iior o' tt:e 1 s;t-.- of
T.10 .ur s B. l'1'olriiei!, dfCetit a. :tt tile .Y,w
term, A. D., 5H'.i3. of snid court. : "W t. 0:1 ih - ::A
diy of May, A. D., ls'.3
At an o der en ered on tli-1 !: il ty 't .lu-ie.
A. 11.. 1s'.i:j. ordcrin:: n n.aiiv.r'.i-ini:
I sli-ill 011 the Hull dav of .:.ilv. A. l.. l- i.'!,
between the ho irs of loo'cloc'i in the furemam.
ami 5 ' lock in the afternoon of said d ly. sell at
pnniic stile, at the north dnor ol the ci.urt ho'i-e.
in til-., city of Rock Iland. in said comity, tie
mil estate described as fo.lows. to-wit:
j hat certain tract or narccl of land situated In
the northwest qnarUv (4) of section number
twenty eigLt (is), township number nitiete- n
i r.u, ncriii range tnree ia), ea-t of the r ourtti 11
principal meridian described as follows, be: in
mm.' iiil.ss feet east of the corner of section;- '!').
21, lis and 'J!i, in th3 townsh'p Bfarcsnid : tl.t ice
ou.n him reet, tti-jne north sh- dei;rers, ( lts;
lil-i feet thence north SOU de'rets. v est an; f ei.
to the section 1-ne ; Ihonco we.-t en ne sect . 011
in. leet to mo ptace or nesimiinc.
Situated in the iownhii of ( ai.oe f'ri 'k.
county of Rock Isb:nd, state of I'.'ino 5. on the
following terms, to-w.t: tu-h on delivi.rv of
Dated this mtli day of Jure. A. ii . IS'.'-S."
J. U. JOUNSTON"
Adminisirator of the Estate of Thomas B. O'JJ m-
pj-ciAL Taxation Notice
Notice is hereby given to :til nersons inter sted
that the city counivl of the ci'v of Rock Island
having ordered thit Seventeet t h s reet nnd Nil e
teeiith street frorr. the son'h line of Third 10 the
north line of Foerth avemi' s. also Tv. enty-third
s: reet from south line of Third to the north line
f r ourth avernes. itrid a' o from tro ?oa:h l'ne t
of Fifth avenue (Mst to ti n south 1 ne of Ftf.it
avei ue wes'. tb-m e smith a:ong s-aid Tweiiti-
third str.et to aline R10 f- et sontn ot and parallel
with the scnth line f Ntrtb avenue be curD ci
with curbstones cxcavnel and graded., im
proved and paved.
Sid ordinance for said insp-ovemcni is on fiio
in the office of the citv cler-i of said city, an . sid
city has applied to the county court of Rock I -1-and
county. Illinois for an assessment ani levy of
the co-ts of said improvement upon and froiu tbe
lots and parts of lots a' d tracts of Umd contiguous
to the line of aid improvement in s;iid ordnance
ordered to be constructed in i.roportioo to the
irontage.or sucn lors, pans 01 lots and tracts or
land upon the improvement so ordered to be
constructe I as aforesaiii; ard an assessment
thereof having been mu.te and returned to said
court the final hearing thi reon will be had at the
July term of said court, commencing on the
tents day of July. A. D. 1MB
All peieons desiring may t&ea and there appear
and make tbeit defenses
Dated at Kock IslHiV. Illinois, th's Twenty-
seventn uay or 0 nnu Pvt-Uai..-
Charles K. (At
Sealed proposal will b recj&d at the City
Clerk's offlcsKock Island, IlVhtil Monday,
JuiyS,lSM aT5 o'clock p m., forll"nstructing
the improvement ordered by an ordinance of
of the city of Rock Island, passed June 7,1893,
entitled An ordinance for the improvement of
Seveteenth ana. Ninetenth streets from the
sonth line of Third to the north line of Fouth
avenue, and of Twenty-th rd street from the
south line of 'ihirdtothe nonh line of Fourth
avenue, from the south line of Fifth avenue east
along said Twenty-third street south to a linejkil
feet south of and parallel with the south !inf yl
Ninth avenue." tnderltie above ordinance, tte
said streets are ordered curbed with ciab stones,
excavated and ended, improved and pA e4 with
pavins brick of good qualiy
Plans and specifications lor said improvement
on file at the City Clerk' office.
Ah uids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $500 payable to tbe order of
the treasurer of said rl:, which shall became
forfeited to said city In case the bidder shall fail
to enter into contract with approved sureties tt
execute the work for tb plans mentioned in his
bid and according to the plans and specillcationj
in the event that tbe contact slia 1 be awarded to
The right tT reject s ly or aU bids or proposals
is hereby xpres;ly rentrved by said city.
A. L. ir. h.S'i,ci;v Clerk.
Rock Islund, 111., Juie l i. IS'.,:.
Notice is hereby gtv n to a 1 persons interested,
that ihe I'iry Council of the city of hock Island,
having orderid that si lewa!ka be obstructed in
thut rart of said city known and designated as.'
the Third ward, on the following named streets
therein, to-wit. Thirc. avenue. Fourth avenue,
Hxth avoEuer Seven! h avenue. Twelfth street,
Tliiitecuth street, Fou teenth street. Fourteenth
auuone-naii ajreet. 1 ..teenth street. Sixteen" h
treet, and seventcemh street, and that
said ordinat ca for said init.rovement is on fllr
in tho olIi:e o' ihcfity Clerk of said citv. and
said city his upplled to the county court of Kock
Island count?, Illinois, for an assessment and
levy of the coif of said improvement upon and
from tee lot- mid parts of lots and tracts of land
contiguous to the line or said improvement in
said ordinaree ordered to b constructed, in pro
portion to the frontage of such lots, parts of lots,
at d tracts ot land upon ihe Improvement so or-
u.-icu w ire t,uusi rucieu us aiuresa u; ana Bu,?-f
sessmeut thereof having been made and retutiedl
to said courr, the final hearing thereon
had at the July term of said court, commeri
on the 10th day of July. A. D.. 18t3.
All person desiring may then and therl
pear aim make their detens e. 1
Hated at ito-k Island, Illinois, tbii 20th ill
June, A. !.. lStfj.
i V. M. Blasdi.no.
Milton G. Iji-ls-I
T..., , t.. . ..
r'rioirsB Raising aod.Mov jig-
Raising Lrick buildirigs espee'liy
I 1515 Seventh Avenue. B . 1S1
otio-c ' M V7 JY74lfst f7rssi dprfsT-rrA 'Kw
. iteLtbseiiiB. morjij otUci iime-tried na Ui
known Firelnsnrsnce OolnpaI,;e he following
Hoval Insuranct Comps,y; of Buglatid
Weschester Ktre lea. Company of "S. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buutaio, N. V
rtnester Herman ins. Co., llochuBlet N .
iMtitens Ir.s. Co., of Pitlsbari'h. 'a
rnn Five otHcc. Loudon.
Cnion lr.s. ;o., of Califorr;:.
Security In. 1 New a-ivca, Ooi
Mitwunkee M.-chanics Ii.s,C.., vinwauKe .. ,
renuan KirIs. Oo.,of Peori.i.;i;,
Office Cor. 16th St., hi-..: St.c.and Ava
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAND
Ui r -eriuno ,,v r 40 Mi.iion Dollars
Tire. Life, Tornado.
Bonds, of Suretyship.
OrFli'i: Room 21. Vitchei: 4 Lynde's block
tort Islii el. l!s.
CT"Se. ure onr rate: they wiil interest you.
j. M. BUFORD,
General . .
Thv jid F:rc a:,i Tiir.u-triud ComptiEio
Losses Promptly Paid.
K&Tc a- low a ai;y rrliaM'o fom;vaT:y i-sti ailori
Your i'utroriaeti (oi!c:a'd.
; Of J r-i
Das it your own way.
It b the bett Soap made
For V asniiig Machine use.
ARNOCK & RALSTON.
(Sncccssor to II. WEXDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
jpuyFit and Workmanship Guar,
anteed the Best.
Cleaning and Repairing Tone.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
iN(ui:roi:ATEi) ixukii thk tat-: i..ur.
Hoik Island. III.
Oicii .!a:!v fro:a a. m. to 3 p. m., att.l
Five per cent Ir.tere.st paid on Deposits. Money
lateral or Real
P. L. 5t ITCH ELL, Prst. F. C. UKXKMANS, Vi.e Pr-4
P. L. Mltche'.:, . C. I'et k-m-ti, John Crnbinrii. I'hi! Mittv'.l. li.I'. Hi.il. L M
E. l!i:rt. .T. M.
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Bepan business July . 1-S :. an.l c:c-.i;.y tbe southeaft eorn
- D2ALTT. IN
Manufacturor of all kirde as
BOOTS AND SHOES
' Oent'i Fine Shoes a specialty. Rsrwirinc done neatly aclpromta y.
A hare of your patronage respectfnlly pouched. (' j
1618 Second &.veon. Rock Islan
K . HUDSON.
All kiads of Carpentering promptly attended to Ebt.:-'
inrianea wnen aeeired.
8hop cat. First ave ard Neventefntli at. Ruck Island.
m ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AP kinds of brass, oroide and alnminnm bronze casng, all shade? and tcmpere
a specialty of brags metal pattern and artistic srork.
SboT rt Orricr At lsil First averne. near
1801 Second A, venue. Corner of Sixteenth
ne choicest vvtne. Liquors,
i'ree Lunch Every luv "
Save raoiu-3 bv hnj icg yonr Crock rj, HJase w are Cut
lery, Tinware Woedwar?. aufl Bfehes, at tl eOM ac
tteiiaoie ;i an nj enis tort
J. Mi GHRliTY,
C. J. W. SCHFEINER, L
1121 1123 Fenrth avenae.
Plane and f pecificatione fnrnlshed on ali classes o also aeert f or, W Uler'i Patent.:Di
fa'idinir Blxdr.scmeUiiEg new, gtjh and desirable.
, i' BOCK ISLA5D ILL
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1706 Second AveiiL
Satar.iay evei.i. fr..:n TtJ o'cioe's.
I. M . IIL'Ul.Mi. C'a-
H-for !. John
Ilt'ltr - T. '. l:e:t
bp:; i Ly!:le's new bi..
M. J. PABK
Brass Foundrv T !
KOCK ISLAND I
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mimm of immi m
Alt YHQrore r for Th n .
They are B
nuns : tin
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HOCK IS I . A' V H'
anc Builder l X
KeaidenoilJ ronrth avenue.
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