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THE AUGUS. TIlUliSD.V V. EPTEMHElt 21. 1803.
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Oorrespondenee solicited from every township
I-, Rock Island count.
T iu kdav. September il. is)3.
Toe prince of Wales' yacht has woe
another cujj. If the prince continues
to take cups at this rati"1 he will soon
be ir.toica.e;l with victory.
Is Southern California the bee
continually make preparations for a
winter which never comes. It is re
gard. 't as, a great joke on the bees.
Tin: "tear? ran down my aching
brow" is an allegation on a tombs-tone
in a San Francisco cemetery,
an instance probably of one whom
sorrow completely upset.
An Oregon woman quarreled with
her husband, and to spite him she
took a dose of arsenic. Then with
true feminine consistency she ran
three miles to a doctor.
A w.imax put a "want adv in a
New York pa per and recovered a lost
wij. She should have inserted an
other and recovered the hair she lost
before petting the wig. Don't be
afraid of petting too much of a good
Theodore Thomas' Columbian or
chestra objects to giving up a i.ooo
a week contract to aid the reforms of
the management. It might even
agree to play some American music,
as a last resort, to prevent being
It is reported that the government
has forbidden the landing of lemons
from Italy as a precaution against
cholera germs. Nobody ever sup
posed that microbes were possessed
of such sour dispositions as to live
Emi'ei.oi: Wii.mam is. after all,
going to have a big yacht of his own.
Emperors have often engaged in
more harmful pursuits than yacht
ing, i-ailing in a comfortable yacht
is much more innocent employment
than wading through slaughter to a
Down in Georgia a man told his
neighbor's wife that he loved her,
which was sufficient provocation for
the husband to kill him. From this
we infer that if the slayer himself
bad t )Ul his wife that he loved her,
lie would deem it the proper caper to
While the Italian laborers of Col
orado are drawing their savings
from the banks and hustling with
them back to Italy, Italians without
savings, but with a load of cholera
perms, have been landing in New
York. It is not a fair exchange and
the country kicks.
A van and wife recently appeared
in the police court as the sequel to a
domestic imbroglio that sprang from
an a,-gument as to the proper method
of conking corned beef. And the
judge let them go without having
ascertained and declared what really
is the proper method.
To r.s.-wPF. the payment of duties, '
amounting to not less than S:i),inr), j
on his recently built yacht, the Yal- j
ianthas. it .is charged that W. K. j
Vanderbilt has transferred its own- i
crship to a yacht company. As com- !
pany property it is allowed to enter j
the New York port free. I
Thk notorious marquis do More?, 1
whose b-iTiess i- to rail against ;
members tar Mie Ho brew race, was j
not it "r. too proail to borrow
money of them. It v.-a only -hen j
the note:i matured that his j.rido I
came to his rescue, and he decided to !
sever all business relations. I
A New Zf.ai.and genius lias in
vented an electrical machine for
playing the piano forte. His jrenius
appeal's to be misdirected. Now if
he had originated a simple contriv
ance for painlessly electroeutinsj
piano forte players he would be
looked upon as a public benefactor.
The decision of the sealing arbi
trators may- drive many u woman to
plush or heavy cloth or result in the
depiction of scores of pocketbooks.
It will, however, prove a bles-in-j in
eo many other respects that its pres
ent disadvantages to the fair sex
will be overlooked even by those
ambitious to wear sealskins and dia
monds. Pf.rhaps the most curious occupa
tion conceived by a woman is that of
dinner taster. She is a product of
Parisian refinement, as yet unknown
in this country. She Bpends a pari
of each day in visiting houses and
tasting; the dishes intended for din
ner, tshe suggests improvements,
and shows the cook new ways of pre
Central Park is badly tunneled 1
by moles and Hew York park com- !
miasioners have appropriated 250
to pay for the serviced of a mole 1
trapper tor three uonths. 1 n:s man
cleared the moles out of the park
seven years ago. He buries long wire
traps in their holt s. He has driven
the destructive i.nimal out of Pros
pect park and Greenwood cemetery.
An English woman in London
chased a thief wao had stolen her
poeketbook, caught him and held
him by the collar until help came and
he was arrested. A young woman at
Copenhagen showed similar pluck;
as a reward she was presented w ith
a diamond brooch by the chief of
police and a new paper man offered
to marry her out of admiration for
M ill t.ladstoue Aboll-h tbe l ords?
Whatoulil be more . perfectly il
lustrative of the difference between
the British lords Mid commons than
their ropective treatment of the
home rule bill? In the popular
branch of the legislature iustice to
Ireland was order -d by a majority of
votes in a fill house. Jn the!
aristocratic branch it was denied by'
4i'J to 41 . or a ni:ij ritv of o7- in at
total of 4 Go. " j
The sinillcaiue of this contrast
ought not to be 1c -t sight of. for it is
fut; ( f on iaous prophecy. j
What the peo;i!e i-f'the United j
Kingdom want, a- indicated by the
action ef their . lec ted represcnia-
tive. il.e aritociacy of the kingdom '
oppose with aim ?t unanimous ac-'
ei.tniat ion. The lines that divide the1
liritUh people we:-e never before so
sharply drawn. it ;s apparent that
there can be lit !e in common In-,
tweellthe lliase-. who Control the'
empire, and the c ase w ho subit
upon the forbearance. ?luggihness
or timidity of th people.
This overwhelming- majority, to
which the lords spiritual wa stun,
moiied, doiibtler-s. I.y Lord Salisbury
with a purpose. He wished to give
Mr. Gladstone sr me idea of the job
he has on hand if he thinks of pack-'
ing the house of 1 rds with new home'
rule peers. To create :7t new lords'
at mice hi orde-to carry the bill'
through the uj;p r house would prae- '
ticaliy be to re ohitioiiize the gov
ernment and wije out t tie const i t u
Hut a question :iri-es:it once which
seems tt have ec iped t he view of the
Ketween creating :!7l new peers
and wiping the h use of lords out of
existence altogether, there is hardly
a mora! ililTen-no . True. Mr. Glad
stone could not d the latter without
the authority of tire people, while he
might do the firmer with the con
sent of the s,,ver -:gn. Hut the peo
ple of England a e not. ju-t now. in
a mood of profound re-peet for that
old nobilitie." w hich their forebears
prayed to have left to them.
(I:i the contrary. Great Britain to
day i infinitely t iore democratic in
sentiment and ch:.racter than she w as
under the lord protector. She is in
tolerant even of the aristocracy of
cash, and has little but contempt for.
that of title. A movement on Mr.'
Gladstone',, part toward the aboli
tion of the hereditary house and the
su bst it ut ion of an elective bod v com
parable with our own nol le senate
noble in its tradi ions, if i:ot its pres
ent personnel an I practices would
be dangerously p pular.
Whether home rule for Ireland is
sufficiently dear the English heart
to make it an e( ue for this revolu
tionary measure, we do not care in
at'iirm. Daily Anerica ha- its own
ideas on t lie stibj -it and believes that
Mr. Gladstone is leading a erv sp-r-'
illess and indifferent public. Hut it
believes this, that if the success of
home rule should ultimately be found
to depend upon the abolition of the
lords, the prospect of fattening t he '
ancient grudge o' tiie people against '
the peerage would gie an almost
enthusiastic im n tus to tln cau-e'
of Irish self-govi rnmeiit.
The ijiiestion. linn, is tiii-: Ha
not Lord ."Salisbury, in making a
show of strength again-; the bill, in
oi d.-r to pre i n! t he creat ion i if peers. '
overreached himself bv bringing into
immediate consideration the ijue-tion !
of abolishing hi order a- a legi-la-1
The IriMin an' Apoloirr. f
An old an.l popular Irish clergyman
had a disagreement with one of his
parishioners, a n.an of great wealth ;
but vulgar habits and abusive tongue. 1
Upon hearing from a third mrtr that '
his ancestry had been spoken of dis- i
paragingiy tv tins rich boor, the
old parson, borrowing a Scriptural
metaphor, exclairied: "Why. sir, my
father would not have set him with
the dogs of his f ock." This remark
reached the ear of the nabob, who
immediately rept ired to the clergy
man and demand' d an apology. The
good old man list ?ned patiently to the
ravings of his parishioner, and closed
the discussion wil h the remnrl-! "Hirl
I really say that my father would not
nave set. you with his dogs? I was
wrong, sir; I believe he would:"
rush) is; Trails.
It is not alone in America that bar
bers show extra ordinary persistence
and ingenuity in pressing their wares
upon customers. An American who
has been travelirg in France relates
that io Paris the barber who was
shaving him stepped two or three
times on the side of his foot.
At last the custDmer called out:
"Please don't dj that any more. I
have a corn."
"Exactly what I was trying to find
out, monsieur," said the barber,
blandly. "We have an excellent pre
paration for removing corns, for sals)
at one franc per lwttleP
Wbitecaps in rrnnkim comity, aiiks.,
burned tbe gin of a farmer who Bold bis
cotton at less prion than the combine of
farmers had fixed t.non.
Prices of a l ew Actocraphs.
Some prices on antograph letters are
as follows: From Charles Francis Adams,
1So9, 50 cents; long letter in German by
Hans Christian Andersen at Copenhagen,
(5; John Quincy Adams, 1S41, $5; P. T.
Barn Tim, 1S67, 75 cents; Joseph Bona
parte, in regard to the sale of his dia
monds and on political matters, dated at
Philadelphia. 1S23, 4; Ole Bull, $4.50;
President Cleveland, letter regarding
Mrs. Cleveland, 1S90, $3; C. Corot, on
art subjects, $3: Edward Eggleston, on
sending copy of a novel. 75 cents; Na
thaniel Hawthorne. Concord, 1862, $12.50;
Leigh Hunt, three page letter on note
paper without date, $4; Jean Ingelow,
$2.50; Washington Irving, $6.50: An
drew Jackson, $7.50; Louis Xni of
France, signed document, $3; President
Monroe, commision of a major in the
army, on vellum and signed by J. C.
Calhoun, $2.50; Joatjuin Miller, auto
graph verse, $1: Marshal MacMahon.$2;
Ouida, $3; Ellen Terrv, $1; President
Tyler, $2.50; Victoria. Duchess of Kent
and mother of Queen Victoria. $3: Benja
min West, !0.
An order of arrest signed by Robes
pierre, also signed by Couriion, is val
ued at ?."; a salary advr.nce agreement
of Richard British y Sheridan, 7.r;
Jonathan Swill, with seal of the deanery,
s.i0; photograph of Theodore Thomas,
signed and dated. 75 cents. New York
Si:i;r.l.;rly i-nongh it appears that Pop,
the only absolutely distinct genius onr
country has yet produced, was incapable
of humor and that even his levity was
artificial. Hawthorne, next to Poe in
originality and far s;love him in style,
was but meagerly equipped with smile
provoking material. Bryant, our great
est poet, maintained a lofty seriousness
throughout his work.
It may be saci ilego to say so, but the
truth is Lowell was the founder of our
levity, lie never could l quite a relia
bly serious thinker, but could at any mo
ment break of! into f unmaking. Hnmor
is good in a fresh and natural state, but
so is a Tieach. Cut and dry either, and
yon have a jvior article for a regular diet.
We Americans have fed upon laughable
things until our faces show the wrinkles
of a grin even when in solemnest rejiose.
We are never sure of one another, but
must wait awhile after each communi
cation to find out whether or not it is a
joke. The effect of highest sincerity
cannot be reached in the midst of all this
burly burly of chafing voices. How can
one be serious. while everybody else is
There Wan .Just One Man.
There is a gallant congressman who
once had the reputation of sowing wild
oats broadcast. When he was first run-'
nir.g for congress, mary breezy stories
were told about Lint. At last he gave it
ont in the h-::i of his c-.m; a'gu that he
would sp.-i.lc riuutly iu defe::s- f his
morals. It was a Populist c.i.-tric. :-.:id
he had a big nr.dieneo. Th spee:-!; ev, rv
one liked, but n:.t.l th !.:- s- :i: -ice r
a word was sr..-".: sV..;t tl:j advert 1st .1
subject. At ;; 1- ; ti. ,.!,";.":ate srr.c";
his hand r.t:d-r 1:1 -1: j ulled i-r.:
several box-s o:" i: ; '. :::.-;rs.
Gei:tl, ..: !:." !; c: ,.. -. i.:i: acctt:l
of having t- ::: ::i S.-. 1 P.irric;:!..
instanc-s h v- lr,. :, ; -. ,;; f.u.t. j
wish to z:r.' s ?.! i :. -. t::is as- : -,
blage a preset of
If there i ; :.
done what I i; -.v.
step up a: 1 .':
For a long t ;.-: ti
lent. Bur o; ":
far back s, at :-f
Faid in a hi. h. re--
a o i.; ., v i. e g ir-
. - U-..M h .s n er
..vili h, ; I-::-.
I'.o t.:ie ta.v-d.
.' "o" - r ..-r i kept fi
11::; - t . ...uister iu ;.
.; -...!. ar.ise and
;:i-:v voice. "Coionel. 1
don't smoke." .-ran I ritu-i-co Argonaut. I
li!li't Ivmm IlisOv.n Child.
At Ai:;i-t:n:i. jt-.T uf-er the artillery
had Im ii K'.iririi'.y the Rock
bridge (Va.) b:.-tt ry v.-us standing wait
ing orders, tit neral Lee rode by and
stopped a moment. A dirty faced driver
about 17 s;;id to him:
"(General, are you going to put r.s in
Think of such a ('nestion from such a
source to the general of the army, espe
cially when tk::t general"? name was Lee.
'Ye, my boy." the stately officer kind
ly answered: ' I have to put yon in attain.
Dv.t what is your name? Your face
seems fatnili-.r somehow."
"I don't wonder yon tiidu't know me.
sir." larigli-.nl the lad; "I'm so dirty, but
It was the general's youngest son.
whom he had thought safe at the Vir
ginia Military institute. "God bless you,
my son; do your duty!"' and the general
rode on. Washington Post.
The Art of Graceful Walking.
It would seem sometimes that the art
of graceful walking might be r.nmbtred
among the lost sciences, so few women
master the accomplishment or even ac
quire any approach to perfection in this
exercise, which is the foundation of all
others. Every one succeeds in propelling
themselves along by means of their feet,
but that is not true walking. An Eng
lish authority says. "The body should be
held erect, the shoulders down, chest
extended and the leg moved from the
hip, the whole figure aljove being im
movable." Philadelphia Times.
Men overfastidious in their choice of
tea have been victims of their too vivid
imaginations. One man objected to a
brand of tea purchased by his wife, pro
nouncing it "weeds," and accordingly
selected a choice kind. His next ctip of
tea was pronounced perfect. The color
was good, and "That's a cup of tea for
yon" was said with emphasis as he drank
the second cup made from the "weeds"
his wife had bought. Good Housekee
ing. Times Have Chanced.
Thieves who entered the house of the
pastor of St. James Methodist Episcopal
church in Harlem stole $S00 worth of
silver. The surprise is not that they stole
it, bnt that the minister had it. Times
have changed since the apostolic itiner
ant said, "Silver and gold have I none."
A Borgtar Alarm.
Theother night people living near King
street worer.v ' " - -(" 7'
"Thieves," "burglars," etc., m a it-mate
voice. The bold men hurried on their
clothes and rushed ont into the night.
There on & tin roof stood the figure of a
woman clad in a light wrapper, and ia
tremulous tones she declared that there j
were burglars: '" - -r . As she wo-' '
not vent n- . '- '
the men . . ,
themselves with clubs we; i. on the
roof and in through the window and
down the stairs. But the burglars did
not show up or even the slightest trace
Down in the cellar, however, they
found a lighted lamp which the lady had
left there herself in the earlv evening
and forgotten about. A grown daugh
ter, who was the only other occupant of
the house, had looked out of Ler winder
in the night, and, discovert r n r'-'-r.m of!
light out across the lawn, called her:
mother, who took it to be light from a
burglar's dark lantern, and so gave the
alarm. S pringneld Horn estoad.
!! Hoys at A&trrry.
What bad boys there are at A -buy
Tbe Kuitii-r boy here is a Itttlo dcuu r.
in human form who goes in bathing wit!:
all his i lot l.t s nil and keeps his mother
and 1.:-- various nurses at high concert
pitch ;.!! t'r.o time. This is owing to the
j.bsei.cc of the paternal presence during
the v.i -, Feminine correction means
notblr. : to an A::u-ri.-aa boy. and that's
all t . y g, t down here, for you can't
very . ell take your C-l.it.-st hoju fr.l one
sic;;- and administer a corrective spank
ing with a whole hotel full of guests
ready to dech.re yon inhuman for so do
ing. Ct. New York Herald.
A Ctr.uce Make ?5'nC jr Better.
A " m ii.-.:ci. y.-n fa i v. W ei', read ard
ju.ice r joiirst-:.'. on have catarrc . JVnV
offrn d f.ir an :!:ct-.rsh?e C:ei- ra;a-rh !n the
!ua'. t- je-oiirlit.-rs ol lr. s;;t. Ctarrh
l'erit'J v .
sm;-unis of Crcirrh Hea.'ach-. .S-:rnc;!on
of thi' ros-.-. i:cha-c-fari;,; ii.:o tin' Itrea',
omet'iiirs rifac. watery ai d acr: !. a o-.hirs.
tl.ir", le'-aci' u-. m3io::s. p'.:n:len', l-loocy.
I u'rij a- ii i5'i.s:v ; ey- ? wi-ik, in?-lii :'n tnc
t':irs. ('t.;:::-.-. : i ffr.st- lnn" : ryut-'.l ar.il taste
lin; airt il. kihI tenera: t ii i-y n y a few cf
these inptunw nre --cly t He : re-eni a: or.ce.
I r. Sai-'s Ki-mt o-rurv s the "or-t ca-e?.
Si- cents. :il by dn sii: ewrywt.tTo. $Vi0 or
a ci;rt. Either "i-u'd Ik- accep'ahle.
A Reliable Druggist's Opin
ion of Kickapoo Indian
Every Chemist, Every Botanist nn J every
physician who is unprejudiced recO!rni2rs
in the Kickn;oo Indian Remedies rare and.
valuable qualities not possi". ie to be found
in any others.
They also rcoomiic the fact that the In
dians l-y their Ufe, training and natural
knowledge, secure the very choicest kind of
roots, barks nn.l herbs, frathered at the
right season and properly prepared to pre
serve their medicinal virtues.
No c'.a-s of people in the world can com
pete win: the Indians in this particular.
That is why Kickapoo Indian sazwaand
the other Kickapoo Indian Remedies al
ways p:ve such satisfactory results.
M. O. Mokft, Eat Dot-glass, Mas-.
Mr. M. O. Morev, Dispensing Pharmacist.
East louitlas, "Mass., is a well-known
tlruircist ami n chemist of liiitli standing,
t'mler ilnte of February lti, l-y3, Mr.
Morey writes :
"It gives me pleasure to Indorse
Kickapoo Indian Sczn, not only from
observation, bet from my own per
sonal use, End I always take pleasure
in recommending the Kickapoo Indian
Remedies to rr.y customers, iwirticularly
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa. which, to my
personal knowledge, has proven very
beneficial to several people in this
town who hare suffered with blood
disorders. Sagwa has certainly
performed some wonderful cures
The Kickapoo Indian Eerueriies de
serve the widest recognition and the
fullest confidence. The safety
guaranteed in tbe use of this remedy
alone is sufficient to commend them to
all thoughtful people."
When your Illooil is bait nnil your skin
tell the" tale by Blotches an.l Eruptions;
when your Liver is out ot onler, your -Stomach
not performinir its Duties, an.l a Dull,
Heavv. Lp.ncuiil Fee'.ins pives you Warn
Inir ilo not ileter. Respond to this Signal ot
Assistance From Nature.
Drive these bad feelinps out of your
pvstem before a lor.g spell of sickness
makes vou its victim.
Kiekiipoo Indian Sairwa is the best reme
flv for you to use, because it never tails to
benefit at once and restore health, strenirth
and vigor to the debilitated if its use is
followed. Best of nil, you are not filling
your svsteiu with l.nli.le of Potassium,
Arsenic, Strvclinine or Bismuth.
You do not have to take anv pills with
this remedy to relieve yourself of the ac
cumulatiou'of minerals from its use.
Kickapoo Indian Saswa restores the
stomach, liver and kidneys to a condition
ot perfect health and wiien these organs
are healthy tliey need no medicine to make
them perform their duties.
Kickapoo! ndian Sagwa,
mule bif the Indians rVom Jiots, liarkt and
Herbs ci their own gathering and curing. The
Grandest J.t'tr, Stomach and Blond Jieiioratrr
nown. All druvgiatt. fl per bottle; C for fo.
000 . . (i . .ii. . ii . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . .0(10
5 Hair Death!
iiis'Mi'l? remove and f( rc ietrrjs ob- '
. jec'li-naiile na r. wlie;hr u(mn the hani-s. c
lace, !. rm or in c.. without (ii-colors' iun
- or injury' the most delicate skin. It was
1 fi k nrrr rum ths set ket fokxi'l or '
C KfA s Wilson, si-kiiowleopi-d by ptiysi- C
; cions ss the highest authority and itae ;
mi'Sf eniineni dernrn'oloirisi and hair fperia-
list that ever lived. linriDC hi or'.vate prac-
ticeof a li'e t tn-t among tbe nohlity and ar- '
. istocracy of Europe he prescribed this re- .
c-pe. ce. SI by n al). s enrely packed.
Correstxmdei.ee conic ential. 8o!e Aeents c
I fur America. Address 1US SKUOKl'M !
e KOOTHA1KGKOWEKCO. Dejit. K, 5T C
South Mb avenue. New York.
oo o""o t"-0'"O"'o-,0"o" ooo
' : rzijcrr experienced when
a.i.:7 inada aware that you
; . .-i: i ciaboliccl -arrangement
The underlying cause ia
in the LIVES,
nd one thing 13 certaia no one
w ill remain a dyspeptic who will
It will correct
Acidity of ths
Ei1 fonl gase,
'anil at tha same
?srt the Liver working ami
all bodilfi ailments
"For mere than three year I s-Sere-l w.ta
Dysl-epsia in its vont form. I tried several
dc:ir. but they afforded no relief. At list I met
Simmons Liver Regulator, vhich cured me in x
short lime. It is a good medicine. I would col
be without it." Jam as A. Roane, Phiiad's, Pa.
Has oar Z Stamp In red on irrappera
J. H. ZEIL1S A CO., Faiiadelphia. Ps.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Opec daily from a. m. to S p. m.. and Saturday evenir.-:? from 7 to s o". ;c
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Perscra r
lateral or Real Estate security.
. L. ITCUELL. Pr-.st- F C. DESKMASS. Vke Prest. J M. EfFi !-.:. (
P. L. M'tche"!, F. C. Herk'-sr.r.. Jchn Crnhsurh, Phil MitcheU. H.P. H L - -E.
W llr.rst. J. X. BuforJ, John Vo'.k.
Jacksun i Hckst, Solicitor.
Ees1"5 business Jnly S.!'?.', and orcc;y ths
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDER:
Ail Kinds oi Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing doce on short notice ard satisfaction pnaranteed.
Office nd Siow 121 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAM
Establ'shed 1SS0 !SH3.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money bv buying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Wocdware, and Bmehee, at the Old ard
Reliable 5 a" 10 Cents Store.
MRS. C. BIITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave
A. BL A.CKK ALL .
Maccfacturcr of a'l Unit of
BOOTS AST) SHOES
Gems' Fiue Shoes a Specialty. Knairirg riotc Lcat:y and prcrr.ffy.
A ebare of tour patrerace res; ectful'T K!:cited.
R 4. HrosoN.
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpertering promptly attended to Esuxa"
furbished when de6ired.
Shop cor. First ave ard Seventeenth st. Rock ls!ar.i
SiVD RCHITECTURl IRON WORK.
A" kind? of brs-s. nr.-t.se ard atamicca bronze earing, an ,ti4 ard tecrv Xi
a t-ria.tj of brass metal pattern and aitietic ork.
Shi-i sb C rnrt-t Wl F'rst stcrnt-.t err Ferry lardinp. . m'-CK 1:
J. MAGEK, Proprie'.cr:
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expra
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TIM3EKLAXE & SPENCER, Prcpt
C.J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
111 1123 rurth avecue. Becidvnce 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plant and fpeclflcatiottv furnifhed on all clataei of work; a!o airent for WUler'i t'
'iHE ffOBLJ'S Hi
Libit lu. G,n-ra, E,
r:-. Jompany in tl
uicitv Bailding, t-. Ia-.
with General Eitetri r
pany's ;ipp3rntt;j t; ;
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witn oenrral El-f.ii,-pany's
Generators in MucL!n-i
eosifccsst corner of l!:t(he". A Lyrct - t.. ;
231 Twentieth stret
1C1S Second Avenue. Rock I-:.;:'.. L
M. J. Paf.s?e
Brass Foundrv ).
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If.lIDFiCTCSEI CF CEKltES is: v&
Af k Yonr Grocer for Tben
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