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THlE JLRGUS IllA v MAECH, t i, 1892. '
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Intelligence Column.
iiTiPv-" Cv " ' iv, rc"1 t y,,ir uour
"' I t U'i per week.
, ir '.err a: 8 ti Nineteuuh street.
uitnK"i' A iloon and fistu.
, ' i. i': II i 'iptin; fr nur't nl.ir' Cill
, . .v i ! rei-ts, iJ:ive;ilM---t. Iowa.
i. -. V viU" ni mi t" n lli'j
,.. , ." .-ill ni'liOi Thin nn-niio.
V. A'Umi.
'" oll!KIM. No 'U-Hvcilns or
, ., ,-i.tihi .-. steady wo-,
"it - -i.--.-i !! - ani!lts trrv.
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i,i-ti r. 1. 1 B'-"'" in
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. !. Hi.
ftu ' ' -nu n to t ki' o'diT
fri.: . :-l .irt.ilii"!:il tree.
iri'i-'-'C. No ctnerii-nc"
U f r.'.i ,- r. , nr. d Oooo PAY.
' f'l.:SUAN A CO., KoCH9TEB.
1,i:s'.;:. s-ate A'-.F.sr to
. : : ir t- t i i-oim principal citv,
. v. . ,u;r.ii our Uusiner anil ap
,.' m l - i t" in every city in ilii
r :n. v -r- iti'tnuoil, and tay a net
,i t , ' ;i..t r.-:it. TUB UNION COM
711 li-.t!viy. New York.
.-kiTS everywhere for "SHEtT'S
HI iv iUKV-ii -or tne woKUu ; prouio'u
n ('-".i I." Di'xu-r. Inil , c f arud $'Ut in 4
K i llnry Kiher, r'lainui-U, Mas.. li7
... . IT II M-irrw i:arfllll IVnn .
r, Th rty minute?. Th grea'est hook on
t U till DOlll ll l 11 n .iiiU i.in.mio m... ,.
j" ii.-Mk on credit. Freiiiht piirt. Beautiful
( J1. Addrcs, (ilohu Bible Publishing
J ms ( Hftnut street. Phil idelotiia. Pa.
iBOFESSlONAL CARDS
J. M. BEAKUSLEY,
roRNKY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
"rTtiy, 1715 Second Avenue.
I JACKSON k HCBST,
fTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
rational Bank Building, Rock Inland, 111.
i SW.KNKY. CL.WAl.klB.
I SWEENEY & WALKER,
TrORSBYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OBce in Bomjsloa's "loos. Rock Island, Ll.
.HtEMKY & McEMBF,
roRN'EY'8 AT LAW Loan coney o eood
. -nritv. mako collections. Kefercro. Mitch-
I Lynde. bankers. Ofllce in Foslomce block.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE DAILY AKfciCS.
LK EVEHY EVENING at Crarapton'B
tmd. r ive cent per copy.
" j7P."kYSSS, M D.,
sician Surgeon
'ioiT'th a feneral rncti.e. makes a
ri. n i tvof di'aenf women.
: i, 1 ..'J i'Co!iil Av... Hick Inland.
. .r ..d Ave. and Fifteenth ftreet.
..ur: !o i a. m. n 13 to 5 p. ru.
Telealione No. V.i '
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST,
Teth extracted without nain by the new
t..,t.
Second avenne. over Krell t Math'n.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
Architect.
! r. la i juperintenlence for all class of
Rnllitinoa
"a- VI ami 55, Mitchell Lynde bnilding
TAKE ELRTATOB .
IRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
1 Dental Surgeons.
hell k Lynde'g Block, Rooms 29-31.
(Take Elevator)
R, M. PEARCE,
DENTIST.
i- -a '.: :n M.rchell t Lyndc'a new 'block.
Tili-j elevator.
tL
411 V
1 tAUKORY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
BEST FOS
General Household Use.
ive Your Orders for
SOFT COAL
-AT-
T r
J amp s,
'troct nd Tcntbavenne.
3- I-W.
H- F. LAMP Manager.
ROTAGON
WCT ni rrcrwo a i-u'e
SUBt FIIDf truiu a i m r
u,LURJNR7 TROUBLES in Y0lt0.
&E-AGE0 OLD MEN. Nli
ITY OA B!SAPPOINTWklT.bBipot-
w ' ""v.-f ib worst cmm in tt hirr
1 Vfor-i, l-e .I.HE pERU DRUO CO-
inBira.rar.i.nv"3. " 1
SHELTER ON MONT ELANC. '
The New iiin Shelter Trcctfil by M.
Vi Hot of l'.trit.
Now that the awnt 01' Mont B'.anc is ut
tomiitCTl in all s,-aMiw, vintor iucludtsl,
the i).-w slicitt-r Mi ti-il Ijy the nnitiilicfii-e
of t. Vallot, ..f 1'aris, is of particular
value to .Tlveiit irons iMotinlaiiicors.
The HlicltiT ;-'.-mi!s imnu-diati'ly below
thesiimniil. " nut IJlanc. m tin- Hrx-ln-rs
;li-s 1?osm', ll)r than l:i,i(!U fed alove the
a 1-vel. The iariu mi ts(f the woxlen
, Li -
Tin: ni:w alpine siikltkk.
Imt vrvn; careful y lul.jtisteil ami marked in
the valley, ami tl viiled into loads of thirty
pounds weight. Hetween June 15 and
July el. litO guides from Cliamounix car-rii-d
11 loads of building materials and
ninety loads of furniture, tools, provisions
ind S'.icntilie in-truments to the Dosses.
Kvery asi'eiit tool, throe days, and on July
'Si M. Vallot prn ceded there with seven
assistants to ereet the hut. This took four
days, during whi di the party was camp
ing under canvas tents in the most intense
cold. Had weath t compelled them to de
scend on July 'JU, hut two days later M.
Vallot, accompan ed by his wife and Mr.
Jjturence Koth of the Blue Hills observa
tory,' in America, ascended again, to have
the work finished by lining the inner walls
with stout felt, a nl piling Moues around
the outer walls. The shelter is divided
into two rooms, cne containing nine field
!edstead. an oven and two cou'.ingstoves,
with the neeossa y kitchen uteiiMls and
provisions. In the second room are a num
ber of self acting scientific instruments,
Hvnilable to visito "s by special permission
of .M. Vallot.
I'litirtN.kaMe ijlass.
Of t he various ai tempts to replace brittle
Class by a similarl , transparent but flexi
ble reM-ling body, that of the Austrian en
gineer, llerr Eckstein, is worthy of record.
J l is process, as des si by The Industrial
World, is as follows ;om four to eight
parts of collodion w . -I are dissolved in 1
per cent, in weight ol . : her or alcohol; this
Solution is mixed villi iioin 2 to-l per cent,
of castor oil or other r.nnresinous oil, and
from 4 to 10 per ct nt of resin or Canada
balsam. This mix up- is spread on a glass
plate and dried undo.- the influence of a
rurtvnt of hot aii.ln which it is trans
formed in a short space of time iutoa trans
parent, hard, vitrei us plate, the thickness
of which can be rej. ulated as desired. The
material thus obtained is said to resist the
action of salts, nlkalies and acids, and is
odorless. The advantages which it pas-
Besses over glass are that it is flexible and
almost unbreakable. Its inflammability is
much inferior to that of other collodion
combinations, and ii can be further reduced
by the addition ol magnesium chloride,
while an admixture of zinc white produces
ri ivory appearance. Any color or shade
may be imparted to the new glass."
Punching Steel.
Mr. F. H. Lewis, of the Philadelphia En
gineers' club, in a paper on the use of soft
Bteel in bridges, saic:
It is desirable tc place a limit on the
thickness of punch - steel. The thicker
the material the i: renter is the danger
caused by punchinj. Recent tests made
show that punching injures steel less than
Iron, up to say three-ipiarters of an inch
thickness, at which xiint the two materials
Bre about equal in this respect. Beyond
this point the value if steel after punching
decreases quite rapidly as the thickness in
creases. In iron fhe percen age seems to be much
more constant, the range being only from
KJ to 'J per cent. The character of the
fracture after punching is also materially
affected by the thickness of the material,
lus was seen by examining the photographs
submitted. .Mr. I- vis proposes to limit
to one-half inch the thickness of mate
rial subjected to punching, except that
in girders over lift) feet long it may be
nine-sixteenths of h i inch, in top chords
and end posts live-eight hsof an inch, and in
shoes, pedestals and bedplates, three-quar
tors of an inch.
Iron Turning in Cu.Ii I'oiimlutioun.
A very simple, n etlnxl of laying the
foundations for a lov.- wooden building to
be used for storage of machinery uu a
bwaiupy location which did not furnish a
firm subsoil is described by Engineering:
"Casks were set in holes in the ground
along the line of posts and were filled to
the depth of about oi.e foot with iron turn
ings. The posts were set in the casks,
which were t hen filled with iron turnings
compactly rammed ia place. A solution
of suit anil water was then fclowly poured
river these turnings, which compactly so
lidified i'.ito a hard m.iss. The heat of the
oxidation of the iro i was so great that
the posts smoked an 1 were charred, the
latter fact probably b -ing the reasou why
they have not n.s yet exhibited any signs of
decay, and in this respect the use of iron
turnings furnishes an advantage over the
Use of concrete for caf k foundations."
His Lust Sensible Speech.
Almost overy man learns, sooner or
later, to think of his doctor as one of his
best frieuds, but this fact dvs not bin
der the world from laughing nt "tbe
profession."
''How is our patient t'uis moruing?" in
quired a physician.
"Oh, be is much worse," answered tlio
sick iifiin's brother. "Ho has been de
lirious for several hours. At 2 o'clock
. or thereabouts, he sai.l, 'Vhat an old
woman that doctor of initio is!' and he
hasn't made a rational remark since. "
Youth's Companion.
Kl-erythlng Cornea to Him l'ho YVuIta.
1.
IV.
Texas Siftings.
Vulcanie Kruption. and the Moon.
According to Seienc j M. Palmieri, direc
tor of the Vesuvian ol servatory, is rcspon
aible for the statcmen - that all the great
eruptions of Vesuvius take place at the
new or full moon, and especially eclipses.
The eclipse of June 17, 18U0, was accom
panied by violent earth qurreuts. On tbe
other hand. Captain de Aloutessus, who
has patiently accumulated observations
Rod data concerning earthquakes, has now
a catalogue of more ' han 60,000 of these
phenomena individually discussed. He es
tablishes that earthqu ikes are distributed
Uniformly throughout the day and night,
that they have no relation to moon culmi
nations and astronoi lical seasons, and
that such coincidence s which have been
claimed in the past rest on insufficient
ground.
The Keynote nf Hall anil Churches.
Dr. Ephraim Cutter is credited with the
Statement th&t every h ill or church has its
keynote, and the audience will hear better
if the speaker's voice it pitched and held to
the keynote of the root l. To find the key
note, sing the natural scale slowly, evenly
and smoothly, or play his scale on piano
or organ. The note which is most prom
inent is the keynote.
The Flgrnre Nine.
The figure nine, that has appeared In the
calendar once in a deca le, with 1880 came
to stay for more than 'a century till 1909,
Inclusive.
A Daughter of F.ve.
It was Saturday evening, on Sixth
street, just before dark.
Two littlo rubbery chunks of brown
scuttled over the uneven sidewalk,
around rickety wooden steps, and by
the banging stable doors, in mad haste
for a hiding place, while- the third
plunged her shiny little face into the
depths of very doubtful blindness, amid
her spreading pudgy fingers, against the
whitewashed weather boarding, and
shrilly piped in the dusky air:
"One- two-th'ee- fo"- fiv'-six-seben-a-ni-ten.
Hi spy, tucky fly, debblo git yo'
w'en y' die! Lay low, w'ite folks, I'se
a-comin!" (
A sudden, nnexpected rush from be
hind the nearest door, and four fat littlo
hands spanked the wall like a drum.
"One, two. th'ee for me. I pat fust:"
"No y" didn't."
"Did, deed an double I did."
"Why-y-y-y, Cleinentiner Iledgerpaff :
How kin y' darst':"
"Deedeu 1 did, Lily Cousins: I pat
th'ee pats fo' you bunk agin th' wall 't
all. Crost m' haht, crost m' libljer, folk
what lie don't lib fo' ebber! Now then,
y' better b'licve me! (io hunt Annie:''
Two big, fat, round, suggestive, eyes
rolled -over until they bore direct upon
the puffing Clementina.
"Wlier ish slier" whispered the ebon
Lily's most wheedling tone.
"Ain't ergonter tell. Yon jus' go
hunt;" and Clementina backed against
the boards with decision and virtuous
vacancy.
But Lily never budged. Her stubby
little toes were pigeoned against the
curb. 11 t big eyes roiled dubiously up
and down the bounds of the game. Then
a subtlo gleam crossed those midnight
orlw. In a manner that was careless
calmness, nonchalance and serpentine
suggestivetiess all in one, she poked her
hand into her dauby little pooket. "Om
'...ft,. ..: ..r ....... c n ..i :.i
i $5.t.ivi juei- ut nii., iis mi sine bum.
"Don't kcer! don't keer! Ain't ergon
ter tell. Ain't ergonter tell. You jus'
go hunt yourself:" vociferated the incor
ruptible CIc:;!Ciiiin i, glaring up r.t the
cold sky and bustling her hands behind
her, out of temptation's way.
But Lily cither did not hear or did
not heed. Her face was Sphynxlike,
and her calm voice went softly on, "Om
got two pieces er wax," and 6he plumped
one in h?r month and smacked her full
lips lusciously.
"Don't keer? Ain't ergonter tell, no
how!" came the unfaltering rejoinder,
but Clementina's month began to water
at the corners, and she swallowed hard.
"Mighty good wax! Ymn-m-m! Yuni-m-ni!
Sehlosch-schlosch-echlosch-erosh-losh!"
loudly chewed and champed the
wicked temptress, with smacking lips,
open mouth, and jaws reeking with
gummy, liquid delight, while one hand
stretched placidly out to the tortured
Clementina, who closed her eyes hungrily-
"Umpah! Ah-h-h! Huff-uff-uff !" puffed
the wicked Lily, wafting her sugary
breath into the very nostrils of the quiv
ering Clementina. "Hi, golly! Thisher
wax's norf ul good! An th' udder hunk's
th biggest, an gotter gilt paper on it,
an er gum rubber t' snap, an er pitcher
card!"
A grimy hand crept out from the'
checked apron, eager fingers, yet re
luctant, closed hurriedly upon the bribe,
s Clementina's voice, emanating from
her rery shoes, gasped, "B"hind th'.
cohncob bin in th' coal shaid!"
. The dark deed was done!
Benedict Arnold had betrayed his
country. Cincinnati Commercial Ga
zette. , '
A little Girl'. Eipjrience in a Ligh'.honie
Mr. an 1 virs. Lmren Trescott are keep,
ers of the gov. lighthouse tti Snd Beich.
Mull., and ate b'etd itD h liatiyhtsr,
four jears o'd. Lt April she was taken
down witii measles, followed witu a
dreadful cough and turning into i fever.
Doc'ors at heme nd ct Detroit trested
h?r, bit1 in viin. he grew wor-e rj id y,
ur til die w is a mere h tniiful ' f bonis."
Then she irierl Dr. KirigV New Discovery
and afier the u?e of two and a hf hot-
Ls Was complete;; cured. They Siy
Di. Kind's Njw Discovery is v.i rth iis
weiubt in gold, yet you rriav ;ct a tri 1
bottle free at Har'z & Uahnsers dr Jg
store.
6T.ti.N(iT!I AM) HEALTH.
I' ju are tint feihnsi suone and
henlthy. try Electric Bitters. If '-La
Grippe" h-ts left yo'i weib Hnd wexrj, use
Electric Bi'fers. This remedy ne-s di
rectly en livir. stomach aud kidneys. gen
tly aiding those org ii-s to perform their
functions.. If you are Ullictcl with sick
beadrtche you vili find s needy aril per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
One trial will convince you lhat this is
the remedy you need." Lirge bottles
only 50c, at Hartz & Bahnsi n's dru
store. "
BUCKLKN'fi AHKICA SALVR.
The tiet salve in the world for cots,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is Kuuranteed to give perfect satisfhetion
or money refunded. Price 35 cento per
box. For sale bv Hfrtz & Bahnsen
I can recommend E'y's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catanh from per
sonal exDcrienee. Michael Lterr, I'uar
macist, Denver.
I had catarrh of the hefd and throat f. r
five years. I used Ely's Cream Btlm.and
from the first application I was relieved
The sense of smell, which had been lost
w;.8 rt s'.ored after using one bottle. I
have found the Balm the only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, and it has effected, a
cure in my case. H. L. Myer, Waverly,
N. Y.
We Offer l"o a Teemed!
which Insures Snfr'r tf
Aie of Mother e n-'
" KOTKF.R'3
liobs pontine ;n ..' : ,
l'ain, Horror c:.i" . 'at:.
AfterusliijrnnrWtrleo? ' Mo.'her' Fi-ien1 t
sunvtvo hut little priln.und Uio uot "xp-jriei.ee
weakn.-ss al'terwurd usual In sued ras. Airs
Ajinik Gaox, Laiuar, Mo., Jan. 15th, lsai
SVnf "by express, chains pn-paM. on receipt of
price, Ji.fiO per Ikmiic. boot to Mothers nialieil free.
BRA Ob' I '.I. D lUCtil l. i roFi CO..
ATLiAXTA, ga.
SOI.O KY ALL DKlIi"' "
SOLD BY HABTZ ft B4HK8EN.
DOES
YOUR
Head
ACHE
Will Cure any
kind of
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKB
KRAUSE'S
HeadacheCapsules
$500 Reward for anv
injurious aubatanea found
In theM Captulea.
mm MMSMmm L.
Monev raftinr!i.d If not
a. we .... Sent postpaid
on receipt Ol price,
Twenty-Five Cent.
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines. Iowa.
Forfa'ebv all drtiggistt. ITartz & liahneen,
Wnolceale anenta.
Cocoas
MADK BY THE
DUTCH
PROCESS
are "Treated with Carbonate of Soda, Magnesia,
Potash or Bicarbonate of Soda."
The use of chemicals can he readily
detected by the peculiar odor from newly
opened packages, and also from a glass
of water in which a small quantity of
chemically treated cocoa has been placed
anil allowed to remain for several days.
Far more than One Ji untlretl Years
the loii.e nf Walter linker C' Co.
hare matte their Coeoa Preparations
A 11 S O J. V TIC 1. Y V V Ii i: , vsiug AO
Patent I'roeess, Alkalies, or Jiten.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Vigor ofYouth
Easily and Sjteedilv Kt gained by usiu
HAZZARAK'S
ESS SB B CTAI
SI
This gtmnine Turkish Kemeiiy positively cunB
NervouHiu'BM, WaltefuhiPFH, Kvil JreHinHLaK6i
tudo, Paiu in the linck. Viral KxhaaHtion, nmi
eli diseases cauHfd by Krrorh of Yttuth or Fx
cesaes. It is convenient t carry and easy to
use. Price $J.(KJ jr lix, or it for rsi.OO. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money refunded, Riven
itu each order. If tbe irusgirt you ask
for Ha-zarak s Turkirih PilU hae not got them,
don't let hnu fool you with hiH oily tongue and
sell you eomethinn el He iitHtead. but send price
to us and we will forward to you by mail, in
plain, unmarked package. We al ho" treat pa
tients bv mail. Address THE HAZZAUAK
MEDIClNK CO., 200 South Sangamon Street,
Chioago, I1L
Who deslm a (rood business position In the World's
Fair city should write at once for ITospectus or the
mons Metropolitan Business College, Chtrafro.
ihitisnalfarllttlf-sf orplaolnff irraduatea. Established.
M. years. Occupies Its own bullrilnir. Artflress,
O. M. hoWKKS. PrliicloaL
lozzoftirs
MEDICATED
COfVSPLEXION
Inifmrtu Tiiiiier fitn-ririiTii. y ( thenktii. fi
I move ' in ii. iiie?-., i rii-ii.- tula iir-ilirutinns Kor
mM'li)' 1' tir-i --I... tjriitn?i If or iiia.itKt lir LA eta
in numn by
i. a. ruizosi.
UTAIMSY -PILLS"
Dr. Renison'e Kellab'e Remedy. Famous every
where among the ladies as ssfe. prompt and
effectual. Tbe orisinal omm' salvation. Price
tl eent direct, sealed : information free. Address
Oi ton Medical Co.. Boston, Mass.
euiCH AM O S0 ITIVI Snirnr rT
Miial. aK X U A L Dt.i LIT V M LOST
VITALITY kiwvB. A Marvellous I !-
riier.fmintTtanRitM iimiL .i iiwisi.nr r
mmmrmstMl. bir.fm. Ba.R.r.CATON.Sl(Z.lMtMUSU.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Mine Wag on Co,
,i I If ' 'I --T-T "T Tr"r"rr?Ti p. L. i L ,
Manufacturers of FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
apphcaUon. Bee the MOLIXK WAGON before purchasing.
WE ARE ALWAYS TN IP WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
liaung them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises. '
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
Proprietors. .
CENTRAL MARKET.
For CHOICE MEATS Gn tc . .
H. Treman & Sons,
Poultry
and
Game.
Pork Packers.
Oysters
and
Lake Fish,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave
INCORFOKATBO tJNDKK THS BTATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
rock island, ill.,
Open daily from a. m to 4 p m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 80'cleck
Five per oent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security '
omcBss :
I P. REYNOLDS, Pre.. t C. DBNKMANN, v.ce-Pre.. t. M. B0POBD, Chi.r.
DIR.OTOR8 :
P. L. Mitchell, K V Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crnhaneh, H. P. Hall
Fb.il Mitchell, L. Slmon K. W. Hnrst, J. M. Baford.
Jaoksok HdB8T, Solicitors.
-Bcgan businces JulyS. at d ocenny t hesontheast corner of Mitchell & Lynde'l new
J . T. U LXON
MERCHANT TAILOR
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Wool
ens.
1706 Second kwiuv
wr ""- ! -W ' I II " k
"ni.iiik njijiv, puck'Pi i
Itoses, Wuhan and Ie;raw. both for 50c.
t iuire CbrysautUeiuums, each 50c. X
set j.
. uwiru ftui.- JtafKt'l i.e. I
woAa'uk1 Kfor? 'iuji rCa h"VC V,tK'' Fear free, who orders St
r l.... r. ... .. . .
v.....u. i i imrmpr. parKf.1
. - nii..n iiiiupr,-- pcrio., ,
1 ansies. our snporh strain, loot almost
Tansy, i;ra chuiur ' pauketl
...I5e.
30c
.Or.
it5c
.rtTn WMJUt, IQ3Z. ofanr.harmcrcaUlops. Kvrrv
J cents, which nKij-beiud tata"""5' onc- iri
',actM f 40-lb. Ont HIER wiih enrh ordr when dosirM.
mm
fflPBp J i St. ji i ,i in.,) .i .
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second ATenne. Corner of aizteentta Btree Opposite Harper'a Theatre.
The choicest Wines. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
.free Lnsch Xrery Day
Sandwicne. Furnished an Snort Kotlna
CHAS. DANNACHER,
Proprietor of th.Brady Street
I Ail kinds of Cut Flower, constantly on hand.
Green Bouses Flower Store
On. block north of Central Park, tbe largest In la. SOt Brady Street, Dartn port,Iowa .
A. BLACKHALL,
Xanofactnrer of all kind, of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fin. Shoes .specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A shar. of yonr patron ajrereapectfuEy solicited.
1818 8eeond Aienne. Roek Island, LL
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