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Published Dailj nkWekly at 1-J4J Second.
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
1. W. Potter. Pcbusheb.
5 Tmms Dally Sue per month; Weekly tt.VU
. tT amnuia; In advance $1. 50.
,- All eomannlcaliOB of critical or anniinenta-
trve character, political or religions, moat have
rati Dame attached for publication, do such
- article will be printed over fictitious signatures.
tnoymout communications not noticed.
" Correspondence solicited from every township
I n Rock Island counts.
ThitksdaY, September 7, 1893.
A wise investment an advertise
ment in the Daily Ano.rs.
Kvert ship van! a!on; the lakes,
with 'one exception, is idle.
MADKiiisti have a World's fair
next year. Antwerp is to have
Tlr.KEAKTEit the saloons in Chicago
: must elose their floors at 12 o'clock
War between France and Siam is
not of va;-t importance to this coun
try. The principal import from, the
latter place has consisted heretofore
ol twins, and the American product
is now fully equal to the demand.
. Tub first sign of trouble for the
traveling" man is to "be "called down"
by the senior partner of the house at
home. The acme of mUfortune for
him is to be called in. Ho feels then
like calling his unprofitable clients
Seckktaky Carlisle lias requested
the resignation of John -S. Lathrop,
collector of internal revenue for the
Third Iowa district. Dubuque. Mr.
Lathrop entered upon hi duties Oc
tober 1, ls9. It U .aid. that this
plum will to John C. Kelly of the
Sioux (Jitv Tribune.
Os a recent night a woman saluted
an acquaintance with a dousing of
vitrioL Possibly when the drug
clerk sold her the stuff it would, not
have be;n presumptuous on his part
to have inquired respectfully iDto
the state of her mind. A woman
with vitriol in iier temper and
pocket both, is a pestilence on a
email scale. '
A' Lawn rnrrwer with a fifty-inch
cut eight inches ' wider than ; the
largest ever turned out before has
just been made to order for use on a
large polo and lawn tennis ground
near l'oton. Think of that when
you are pushing your little eight-inch
machine on the front lawn at home,
and remember that there are harder
lots than yours In the universe after
Speaking of woman's sphere, a
stag robber in Arizona has been
scai ed into a frantic run by a femi
nine passenger's pistol, and a San
Francisco burglar walked into the
arms of a housewife, who clung to
him till the police did them part.
Members of the timorous sex some
times forget how easily frightened
and helpless and reliant upon man
The knowledge that the tie w silk
now being made from wood is almost
as inflammable as celluloid will not
tend to make it popular. . Women
will scarcely- want to decorate them
selves in- a material -which will con
stantly threaten a burnt-oiTerihg.
What the ingenious". French must
now dp i? to weave in a littlo as
bestos,' so as to retard the impending
Two negro burglars who were rob
bine a grocery store in Atlanta -were
caught after they had filled two big
bags ready to carry away beoause
they couldn't resist the temptation
to stop and luxuriate in a hejp of
fine watermelons that they found In
one corner of the store. His over
powerinf love for the luscious water
melon is something that no genuine
negro ever can resist
The announcement is made that
the son of Cyrus Field, who wrecked
the fortune and life of his father and
then pleaded insanity, is not crazy.
As nobody ever believed that he was,
the announcement will be received as
reliable. He is nominally a lunatic,
but goes and comes as he will. The
gentleman i'jems to be in that happy
condition where neither the asylum
noriue jail has any, terrors for -him.
Y H - -- t
GEpRtaj Roman- of,Xew.York. with
two companions, -has started to 'walk
from that cty to Sao' F'ranciscd. All
they are to eat on the trip,. is 'throe
teaspoonfuls a dayvo an.jellxir ftrhicb.
Mr.. .Roman has iiscoyerpd. VWe hope
these men will" not b as unlucky -as
was the man who .-tried ;j.he experi
ment of. feeding kirf horaet on rhav
ingg. Just as soon as tlue hoi e had
learned, to live on,' shavings ha'dwt.
The rullnian Palaee'"Car company.'
with a capitalfttock of 43,-0aiK),
and, an.,. equalised .value e.-tangible
property of 1 1000,000, jwaffasseiaed,,
last year by thaloard of equal4aion
at $1,851,000, orjonTy-lgol.OOa'het
assessment :bj the ibpartl'oabove ilie
tangible property "f the .'company.
This is less than"oneth.irt4eth of tne
full ralueof the stoek of IheT'ttJIman.
company;, and it is -well known, that
the stock; of thi' Company is worth
more Ihaa 75 per cent premium.
There seems to be some equalizing to
do there somewhere.
L-uoyca. service. l;,li?L .iL.JZ,.X SORTSr5 I - cWa Me iiw.ikHu-v A v -5
Love called to a your g man wlnnlngly.
"Come; Join thr rank sot my company
And take the field in my service."
But the young man said: "There areother
.. Than blushe&and kis es and flowers and rings,
... Of far' more worti than your aervipe. r ,.
There' business M1 sport and pleasure and
r-. :-.art! : -i . ' . v ......
Toor war is mere fol y, your weapon dart;
I've no time to bp ire tor your service.
' Lore turned lightly i.way when he heard the
rebuff. . -
Of young volunteeKi there were more th&D
. .. To fill up thu ran is of his service.
' But time, pessing by, made clear to the man
That thy are tbe wi at who Join when they
caa ' '. '.'' '' : .
':. , The worshipful njika of Lore's service.
So he offered to Love his jewels and coin;
Forgetting his aire, he thought he would Join
The throng who p resscd to Lore's service.
' But Love' answered lightlv: "The day has
gono by. "
A sere autumn lcf It too old nnd too dry
For a garland w orn in my service.
"You can buy if you ike a friendly regard.
And perhaps it raaj seem if you try very
. As if you were in niy service. .
"But the raw recruitf f or my housw-hohl piiard
I take from the youn ,; the old nro dehnrrcd
. Fnm taking the iths of my service.
"The countersign's "Youth." CaB yon ptv
it:-" "Ah. no."
"Then right about f ce. You're too old and
.'To learn the dots js of my service." ,
C. F. Ji hnson in Temple Bar.
" The Sailor t nt Seclnsion.
Years ago, wlira the f ;ill rigged uian-o'-war
was "right in Jiue,"' the ILirtford
put into Boston h irbor and dropped
anchor of! tlio - Cha-'lestown - navy yard
one fin duy. . The 1 Hartford at that time
was as much an o bject of wonder and
admiration as the 'g til ant- New York or
Boston is today, nnd visitors fiocked
aboard her in great iirtmbors. ITi r cjiv
tain, an obliging man, made every effort
to see that his visit its were well cared
for, and personally tt showed, party aft
er party vr the ship. At the mess
hour it was his habi to take the rurions
down to the berth d ck that they might
see how tlie sailors ate their meals. That
was lefore they had tables on loard the
vessels of war, anil when the mess cloth
was spread on the d--ck.
The sailors did not mind tliis at first,
bnt after a time it l)ecaine irksome.
They came to the c inclusion that their
privacy was Ixing iiterfered with, and
so finally they docid' si to pnt a stop to
it. The- next time the captain took a
party down to slio.v them bis happy
family as it paid tribnte to the inner man
an old salt, the acknowledged leader,
reached for a certaii. bowl. This was the
.signal, and forth witl. a dozen sunburned,
brawny arms were stretahed forward to
ward that -self sain ? bowl, and lively
tussle for possession ensued. The cap
tain ?toii aghast. Snch' nnseenily con
duct paralyzed, him, but before, he could
recover there vvas.ai. apparently vicious
"scrap", coing "m, ai d before his visitors
too. This , was too much for him, and
afterward . the ttailors partook of their
meals mrinternipted. Bost'Tii Glole.
Snblimity on Pike's I'rak.
. One of the snblimo ffects in nature
i3 occasionally seen by those who climb
the tall and isolated peaks of the Rocky
mountains in Colora hi. The dryness of.
the air and the strong heat of the after
noon sun cause a raj id evaporation from
tlie brooks, sxrings and snowljanks on
the niouiitain sides, and this moisture,
rising on the warmer air, condenses as it
reaches the cooler, hinner atmosphere
aliont the mountain top. The traveler,
looking down, sees c'onds literally form
ing below hint and growing thick and
black every instajr,, so that as they
reached his level they roll skyward and
in huge- masses of "vapor that eclipse the
view and bury him ri darkness. Light-,
mng occasionally "fraps from the clonds.'
and a mountain top is a particularly bad
place to lie in Tit tvucl 'a time. .The stone
signal Service station on Pike's peak has
been nearly wrecked by lightning more
than once. New York Sun.
The Well f Frozen Air.
Near Dayton, Or., there is a well lo
cally know as the J-well of frozen air."
In drilling it a strat um of frozen clay
and gravel was encor ntered at a depth of
53 feet. After passu g through five feet
of tlus utiuiemiiR cavities were encoun
tered from which cold uir came with
sharp gusts. The es ape of the air from
the well may be lward a distance of
nearly 200 yards, and it is so frigid that
it is not possible for any one to hold his
hand over tho oj en.ng for more than a
few minutes withoct having it frozen
stiff. A bucketful of water set near the
mouth of tho well -vill freeze through
during one night's lime. It is needless
to add that work on he well was aban
doned as soon is thes -frigid blasts found
vent through the orning made by the
flrill. Philadelphia l"ress.
A New fcitreet
An attempt is bein
to utilize the power i
plication of the lrnik
as to render aid iu '.
made in England
bsorlwnl in the ap
s to tram cars, so
rcstartiiiK the car.
A; spring is cbiirged,
which crji.be re-
leaatd and will start
aid of the horsey. - A
tbe car without the
forward, and not a
t once given to the
recoil movement,' is.t
wliuels, but its actior
cane - f " need mjch
can be reversed in
as ? -overrunning
A trial of Beveral
points at junctions;
months hiis been givf
with; satisfactory rt
Telegram. . . .
n to the apparatus
suits. 2v.ew York
The Horse Knew Yi hat Was Keeded.
A remarkable exkfl ition of instinct was
exhibited, by, .a horse a.t Oil City; one
day last week. Sunc ay night the horse
was brought into the stable lame, and
the. stablemen thought it was from a
sprain. They were rubbing the leg with
liniment Monday rr orning, when the
horse broke away from' them and ran in
to a blacksmith's shop in the .rieighbbr
hoodV' Here he whee ed up to the horse
shoer and lifted up hit lame leg. ' The than
examined the legend foot and found that
an improperly driven nail had penetrated
into the quick of the foot. The shoe was
reset, and the horse r turned to the barn.
- The. Union.- Pacific- railroad .cross J
nine mouqtajo. jaoges , , y , , ..,
The Turkish'civ'alfy is hdmitted 'to
be the finest In all Europft.rr.-,-It
cots L'ntle Sani $150, a. shot; to
tiesjr cahnbnj piate an4 SfunA. vi ( '
Ilarvard, the oldest American uni
versity, was attended by 2,969 6j,u
dontslast yoarV ' '- i- !' eyoc. .
A collection of) postage ;,stamps has
been disposed of for GO, 000 francs by a
native of Bordeaux. ..r ,,,, , , ;
average duration of the " reigns
of Englibh sovereigns has been twen-J
ty-three and one-half years. . "
' Wlliam is the commonest masimllne
name. 1 Next ; in poptita-rity ' comes
Thomas, and after that Jarcrs.
'; 'A '- medal, "believed to ' have' been
struck ; by Frederick the Oreat, was
unearthed by a farmer at Hoostek, N.
Y., recently. " ' -
An American mosquito is reported
to be biting its way into fame in
England, where it has appeared in
large number. - -
In severe paroxysms of coughing,
from whatever cause, a tablospoonful
of glycerine in hot milk or cream will
give speedy relief.
A Florida man has a fondness for
alligators and is said to havo, lived
on nothing rut the meat of saurians
for over three years. " .
Mexico sends the United States
every year 510,000,000 wc-rth of "heni
o.uen rope, the cordage out of which
hammocks are made.
' The island of St. Helena, where -Napoleon
was held as a prisoner, has a
population of 4,000. It has an area of
forty-seven square miles.
Fifty-six years ago thj block on
which ilia Chicago post, office now
stands was sold at auction, for $505.
It is now worth S.", 00; 1,000.. ..
...Probably the oddest-town in the
state of New York is Alfred Center, in
Allegheny county. . It is a farming
section and every Friday night at sun
set work of every kind ceases. Mirth
and merriment ire likewise put aside.
Then for twenty-four hours the time
of all is given to worship, hymn and
SAID IN JEST.
Landlady Let me help you to the
Saratoga chips. Mrs. Newboarder
No, I'll try the tooth p4ks; they seem
to be of softer wood, I think.
"You are certain then that this is
your umbrella?" Smith Certain? .1
Should say so; here are Jones' initials
where he cut them the lay he bought
Persevering Widower ft was she
who drove me In drink. ' Miss A." a
little -weary What could she have
driven you to that you would have
Snooks What makes you so glum?
You say her father did all he could
to hasten your suit. Sledgeby You
do not seem t- realize that I was in
the suit at the ti:ne
'-One of you boy-, has been stealing
raLsins again; 1 have found the seeds
on the floor. Which one of you was
it?" Touimv It wasn't me; I swal
lowed the seeds in mine.
"You know you wrote an editorial
tellin' the people to give the new
mayor lots of rope?" "I did." "Well,
they done it-" "llone what?" "Lynch
ed him this mornin' before breakfast?"
Little Dick Tap, didn't you tell
mamma we must economize? Papa
I did, my son. Littls Dick Well I
was thinkin" that mebby if you'd g-et
me a pony 1 wouldn't wear out so
many shoes. -. : , .,.-....,
: Custoiner--Why . don't you throw
those loafers nodding around that
table into the street? Hartender
D'ye take me for an anarchist? DOn't
ye know It's against .the" law to fire
bums in the. street? .' . i
Mistress How is it one never hears
a. sound in the kitchen when your
sweetheart is with you of an evening?
Servant Girl Please, ma'am; the poor
fellow is so bashful yet; for the pres
ent he does nothing but eat!.
Traveling Man A chop and a cupof
coffee, quick. My train leaves in
twenty minutes. Waiter Yes,, sah;
seventy-five cents,' sah. "Do you
want pay in advance?" "Yes, sah.
You mav be gone before it's cooked,
sah." - - -
Fourteen men have jumped from
the ISrooklyn bridge.
"Watch macher ant clocks ant
jawlery" is the tiny written sign that
greets the eye from an area window
in a street in New York."
A Harvard law student, who acted
as his own attorney in the case against
him, was sentenced to five days in the
Boston house of correction for caus
ing a disturbance in a horse car. '
Pet. names ' are - nonv officially
banished from the roll of teachers and
pupils in 'the Boston .public. 'schools..'
This order of the school .commissioners
applied J both . sexes. , Johnnie .and
Willie-.and ,Taniy- .must ..go. with.
Nellie. aad Minnie ajid Carrie; mu-.: i
! At 'the 'recent auction ' sale1 of 'the
personal property of the,late Governor
Samuel ,W.; Hale Vof Nevr Hampshire
shares ; of ' mining, electric and other
Btocks haying a par value of, 82,700,000
and promissory notes with a face value
of, $57vQiiv were I sold to. the highest
bidder fox less than 87. v. -." j i; . v
A Brooklyn5 merchant Vhose street
number Js 2 makes iise of this numer
al in advertising his business upon his
show window n this wiaa: .,- 1 ;, : ,
Repairing & Cleaning :
; attended.;; ! j-it r. j
I i'iin $.:oi'.'' -J fc
! It is the distinction of Rev. Mr.
Blodgett of Greenwich, Mass., that
during his long pastorate of the vil
lage church there he has buried more
people than the town contains. He
has officiated at 624 funerals, while
the entire population of Greenwich at
the present time is only about 570.
Against tailor cut dresses draped by
women we enter no kind -of caveat, yet
it vrfuhl seem jn th highest degree de
sirable that' the department of millinery
Should not beluvaded by 'inenv The ad"
vocates of female labor contend, it is
true, that men suffer from an incurable
incapacity to build bonnets. .Oorfmier
cially they may be practicajly "man.
milliners," but technically and artiskfel-l
ly it is only a daughter of Eve 'ittki can
construct that airy, mysterious and al
together delightful structure, a first rate
fashioiialelbonhet.. 3 $ '-
i"j At) optimist haa'declared tliat if a fe
male i faff capacityv' poodtaste iuid
approved skill as a needlewoman were
locked np by herself in a top attic with
nothing on her work table but an onion,
a tomato, some bits of colored paper, a
few feathers and some red andTfMrtt
tape and green ferret she would'be able
in tho course of a few hours to construct
a most elegant bonnet which, however
coarse iti texture it might appear to the
eye, would photograph jn, a most piotur
esqnrand syimtetrieal..ipep Whereas,
were ihe skillfulest of male artificers in
trusted with a similar task and with
carte blanche in the way of silk, velvet,
plated straw, rare feathers, lieads, jet,
spangles and artificial flowers, he would
not succeed in producing anything be
yond a ru le, clumsy and ungainly sim
ulacrnm. of a bonnet.
As a maker of hats, equality with if
not superiority over the other sex may
perhaps Ik; claimed for the man. lie in
vented the lady's hat, ho adorned it, he
beribboned it, ho plumed it and he hand
ed it over to lluliens, Vandyke, Gains
Iwrough and Reynolds to le perpetuated
as a monument of masterly skill and ele
gance in their deathless canvases. Lon-
don Telesrrtit.S. 6
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The Sydney Sunday Times has a de
licious advertisement of "a grand sa
cred and classical concert to lie given
this (Sunday) ni-ht."' The j.rqgiannno is
conjose'l of tno work f Laift, Le Bran,
Adams, Pinsuti, Levey and others, and
among the songs (tlum.u;1.! whet her classic
al or sacred is not explained are "Simon
the O llarer" and "W e All "Went Home
in a Cab." Admission to this rare con
cert was free, but a "cdltvtion at the
door" is announced. Perhaps that is why
the performance is called a sacred con
cert. Doct tiring Kb Masse, j ,-
Today in- iiitA.i;il. at- Harrow, the
boys are doctored eu masse. Each one
is served with two grains of quinine at
morning and night as a safeguard against
the influenza. The drug is administer
after prayers, and the ceremony has thus
a double solemnity. As the boys go out
in single file they are met by the matron,
who .gives each oao his choice, of powdei
or pill.'1 Tin? choice- -rhade', the drug is
swallowed and so the lino is gradually
shortened. Lorrl- K.-pnblic.';
i Fo'.id Knock-la wi Elcw.
1 lie uh.4u b'yw jjiatx uiiilcat plav;
Trw b'ow in evtrv eTline;
Th rwprtet rfrtrrfr? Mntr-n
l'nt wind l'on all the ti ne.
fr fr.m catarrh bow their not-s.nl quacks
Mow a!out tl.fir "Ciires ". It. Sap "3 Catarrh
liiiieilyistbeOiilyinI.iM.b e ore. Its proprie
tors back no thi claim liyrffeT ng 5fi0 for ever'
case tt;ej tail to Cure pcnntticnily. Th's is an
tin si: f wt'rah:e bow at humvi:?crj- diminc from
men of sterlins rt-pntatiua and amjilu capital.
Nasal Ciisrrh cannot ro-lti lhc ; o'evejr of this
remedy. It Hops discharger, 'ca iii tie senses
cute, the head cl- ar. and the h ea:h normal.
Of ull drngistr, fiO cents.
Fits All lits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great '. Nt rvo Bestiorer. No
fits after the? first VlayV liseJ JMairvel
ous curela ' Triaise'uud trial Lot
tie free to tit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street. Philadelphia
Pa ror s!e br, 8U-vrirutrri6ts: call
Fors!e br4 sU-'tfrtifjists:
HOM. Z. AVERY,
Omc or THt LasiecsT CoaTRaerosj r Bust o
KM II NCBHASKA. . .
HEART DISEASE SO YEARS.
Geand IstiKB, Km.,' April 8th, 1M.
Dr. Mile Medical Co., Elkhart, 2nd.
Ge-ttlemer : I had been troubled with . r .
itmout ant nosi or necovenr. I would l.uv,
. very Uid sink -toiilifivhrf
ltotetber,' W t WRnrj it VTiswit' '
Uie rreatest difficulty that my circulation cou:V
ek to consdoasness again. While in this condi
tion I tried your Nia McsnT Cuec, and botri:n
- to improve from the first, and now 1 am able to do
a exd day's work ra man 68 yearsoaca, I give
Dr. Macs New;Hct Cure U tbe
credit foT.my rPCoverT.!HiioT?rsixrucibstimi
'I have tukeitanyaltoousth I keep bottle irh
,houre in case I should need it. I have also u.xcd
your Nerve and Liven Pills, au1 thinks
sjreat deal of them. 2. AvtBV.
i ! Sold wi Isiliv tiuaraoteel t
Dr. MILES' PLLS.50 DpSEs25CTS.
Ustn Prton Rwtofrv"
ABAn& NVKW DlSSASBS. Only-
curt r A'flw Ttctws. hti. FtiUts. tte.
1HPAX.L1B1.B t Uken ft dtrertAd. A Fit ftt
ffrsi day's mse. Treatise nd fa trial bottle Umc to
Fit patients, they py-inz express ches on hnx wliea
-mei. S?n1 minrv P. O- afvl eirerc turns fli
-"I trltc Pk-Kl INi-I-z-u A- hSt..lhtlania,P.
s-T-srv " ;ii
iscast roBTMt last so YtR. na sitnouiia i
4 tri Hted by sblp tihyicums and Jiisd.cwv
cTilL-S,IJtr4!adilydrnHk wi k,i
LT.psTTio naocaaMiiata. iW t
J AH NS &
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Tinware And Hjcsk
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
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, IXCOKrKATED UXDEK THE STATE LAW.
f Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
y ' Open Oailt from 9 a. mUo ip. and Satnrfay everiiegi fspm 7 to s cVlock
V Tiye per cent Interest paid cm Deposits. Money loaned on Personal c.-'.
lateral or Real Estate security.
P. L. M1TCHELI, Prcs't. F C. DEXKMANN, Vice Prts't. J .V, BCFulUt, ( ,J.-
!, . . dirctoro: , ;
T: L. Mitchell, F. C. tnkn-ann, jobs Clubmen. Phil Mitcri( II; H. P, 1M!L l. v-. ,
1 ' E. W llurst, .1. M. Buford, John Volt. ""
Jackson i IIcbst, S"litor.
Began business July 8,1800, and occupy tbe seut beast com rot llityhell Lytide's lc-st tu:a.
. OEai,KTt IN
N'yXi NJ ftV
CONTRACTORS1 and 'BUiLDEK
All Kinds ol . Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing dose on short notice and eaneraction guaranteed.
Office awad Sluon 121 Twelfth Street.
Ketablifhed 1880 1SHS.
ALWAYS THE. CHEAPEST.
Save money by buying your Crockery, GJaeevaie, Cut
lery, Tinware, Wocdware,, and Brnehee, at tie Old ai d
Reliable 5 and 10 Cents Store. 7JJ I j ! ) i I j ' j j f
MRS. C. BUTSCH'S. 1314 Third Avf
.'fir;,- rr ir.-r'-. ' ' .- -
Gent' Fine Shot a Specialty., Ecpairing done natlr and pnonptry; '.;
A share of TOtir p&trofcae respectfully feflciteJ.' ' 1 w 1 ' " " ' ; 1
Sffj fli bOTJl'-O YSb .1618' Srfc&jdrAVeai6i:lRkfclad. i:
H i. Hudson.
HUDSON. & PARKER, .
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.11 kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to Estimate
fuiHislied when desired. ......
Shop cor. First ave. ard t?eventeenth st. Rock Island
Roek Island-Brass Foundry
AKD ARCHITECTURAL JRONt WORK.
Al' kinds of brasV':ae nd:'aininfciim bronze eisbrialf sbajet and teavere 31 ale
V specialty of braes metal pattern and artistic work.
Sncr kd OrncB-At lfll First aTtnne. rear Ferrj landiBg, - KOCK ISLAM'
... i ; -:- : J. MAGER, Proprietor;
Opera, 3E2:o ixjso Baloor
j EQBGE SCmfE prpprietor,- w
j 101 Becond Avenue, fynel if SiitttWithStreet ) . V Opposite B aroer's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Henc
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Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
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