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I'ABTL'RF, THE MUCK
0F the 1HGIIKST GRADES.
I.WVS r.RASS SEED,
11 IK PRICKS ARE LOW
K.RTHAX EVER BEFORE.
Kverything for the making
f.l a rich lawn at
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JI:;TASS ui S2E3 ST02X,
jl3 and 115 West Second St.,
H w f Pr,.onrp ANTI-WASHBOARD
POWDER free of charge:
p.L'Y -Ol'R LADY" SOAP.
Cut k!T the em! of the wrapper,
st plwc named. When you hare
:;.' pi-tiir of onr Anti-Wash-h.vir.t
S vip Powder, take them
t yntir grocer or present them
nt "'iirollire ami you will receive
YKV.V. a 4-pound package, worth
.'.V. We make this literal in
iliHTmcnt to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Atti Washboard Soap Powder
Ami hiM pom! until ail wrap
piT on which this offer ia print-
!:. is presented to us.
VYarnock & Ralston
S ap Makers, Rock Island.
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WitoleMi Dealer tad Importer of
Wines and Liquor
HIS and 1618 Third At
ii ul Tirol
w" J 'TALISt It quickly and surely n
I', .'.. "nnva. and all effecta of self
in. .Ti."r '"'"w nnd Indleerellon. Wards off
. J""' KHimimptlon. Inl on having
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!" a eeartlte writ lea naraatse to ran
."'"' tan man, Circular tree. Address
w.ai.r sUiautr OWjriRI.
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i Ladies' Doable
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BELONGS TO A PAST Afl
In this enligfttemd
5 Too have Dr.
Mows Fleaaant Pel-
.thoyVo tbe amaUese.
astest to take aixi
meat in their action;
better because tbey do
Tbey have tonto
effect on the lining
meiiiliraiiea, and per
manently curs Consti-
bdigestion. Sick or Bilioas Headaches!
stomach, and bowela.
. P- 1. V. Pinner.: Iwr Sir My whole
ayatem mm to have urxlonrone a ehamn
wofxlcrf illy Imriv'd ami 1 nolonper bavnat
"tbeWHos." It la woorttTf ul. Uioirood
the "Pellets" have done my liver oomplalnt.
Grand opening of
Sunday May 27.
of the World's Fair
All of the principle fea
tures of that famous street
able features eliminated.
Admission to the grounds
and street free.
AMUSEMENTS AND BAND
CONCERTS EVERY SUNDAY.
Cafe now open,
ortis Opera House,
Thursday Night, May 24.
Accompanied ly MR. WM. RED
MOND and a company of play
ers, tinder the direction of
MR. W. M. W ILK I SON. in
The Three Guardsmen"
The fill- rf fpnt. for tl.li nnUlile en?' gemci.t
oemineuraa 1 ni ..ly. May i'2, at FluLc'a.
XrTE Tbe pet foi mince will ba entir.ly in
Pr ees-ss, CO. 75. Si and f 1.C0.
Will exhibit at Rock Island
Wednesday, May 2
A superior entertainment consisting
of all the best features known in
modern show business. Two per
formances daily at 2 and 8 p. m.
Popular prices of admission. Show
grounds on Twelfth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues.
This oonpon will tahltih Idea Ity
ai a mbacriber to tbe ROCK
ISLAND ABOtJi, and will tie
accepted for any oral! of the
'T.cturesane America" cent
and three eonpona of different
Gathered Jewels of Bong"
an cents and tlx coupons of
icturraqna World's, Fair "
ft easts and throe coapons of
dill, rent eates.
Tuesday, May 22.
City eabacrlbrrs will pr tent the
at-b and the conpons at the
ARGUI oflsa. Ont of town
anbacrlbers will mat taa ewb
and the coapons to this Acs
with tbe order for the part de
aired, and It will be mailed
Ihem free of any farther
Ofllctol Proceed laca of Last Nlabts Coma-
ell MeeMBf .
City Coukcii. Room. Rock Ii.vr,
May 21. The council met in regular
semi-monthly session at 8 p. m..
Mayor Medill presiding, and all t.h
aldermen present. The minutes of
the last regular and subsequent ad-
juuiu.H uiccimga were reau &nl ap
The mayor nominated J. Henry
Lidders for poormastcr. Continued
by unanimous vote.
The mayor nominated Max Kautz
for patrolman. Not confirmed 6
The mayor nominated George B.
Hanna for patrolman. Not conlirnftd
6 to 8.
The mayor nominated Richard
Cams for patrolman. Not confirmed
5 to 9.
The mayor nominated Dennis Mc
Carthy for patrolman. Not con
firmed G to 8.
The mayor reported the delivery
of the iron bridge recently purchased
from the C. R. I. & P. Railway com
pany. A bill from Timberlake &
Spencer of $27.10 for transfer, and V.
M. landing's donation of his ser
vices as superintendent, were pre
sented, and the bill of Timberlake &
Aid. Manckcr, from the fire and
light committee, submitted a report
deferring action on petitions for ad
ditional street lights until the an
nual appropriations arc made. Re
port approved. Also a resolution to
inspect the Keator building, alleged
to be dangerous, which was referred
back for a recommendation.
Also favorable on the petition of
E. W. Hurst for permission to erect
8-inch brick walls on the single storv
part of the building about to lie
erected by him on Twentieth street.
Report approved on motion of Aid.
Also as to the Paulsen petition to
extend a frame building,, which was
granted. Ordered placed on file.
Aid. Bladcl moved that the offer of
W llliam Don to rcbind the balance of
the ordinance books in leatherette
for $12 be accepted. Carried.
Aid. Kuschman moved that the su
perintendent of streets be instructed
to remove fences on Third street, be
tween Seventh and Eleventh avenues.
Also favorably on the lietitions to
rp . - -j i, 1 . .
nt i-L-rmin Mill-waits to graue.
Also favorably on the petition of
the C. U. Telephone company for
leave to erect an additional pole. Re
Aid. Roth, from the water works
committee, reported favorably on the
petition to lay a watermain on Forty-
second street. Adopted.
Also favorably on the petitions to
lav mains on Fifth-and-a-half avenue
and Third, Seventh and Sixth streets.
Also that Robert Hudson had been
granted permission to lay a short
main at his own cost. Adopted.
Aid. Corkcn moved tbat the peti
tion in relation to improvements in
Columbia park lay over until after
the appropriations are made. Car
Aid. Kennedy, from the special
committee to examine the tire wagon,
reported that the wagons were not up
to requirements, ana recommended
certain changes in equipment and the
withholding of $100 from the riur
chnsc price for one year as a safe
guard against defective workman
ship, with an allowance of C per eent
upon it. Report accepted hv unani
The bill of F. A. Fries for $996 was
then presented, and the city clerk in'
striK-ted to pay f-S'J6 on the contract
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Aid. Nelson offered a resolution
declaring the Rock Island Union and
The Aicgts the official papers for the
ensuing year, at $100 per annum, for
publishing proceedings. Aid. Ken
nedy offered an amendment includ
ing the Rock Islander. Aid. Dauber
offered an amendment to include the
Volks-Zcitung. Aid. Mauckcr moved
as a substitute that tbe matter be
laid over to the next meeting. The
substitute was lost 6 to 8; the
amendment of Aid. Dauber was re
jected; also that of Aid. Kennedy:
and the original motion was adopted
by unanimous vote.
T'he clerk read jietitions, which
were acted upon as follows:
People's Power company, for leave
to open paved streets to make ser
vice pi h; connection, together with
a bond. Granted on motion of Aid.
Bladel, and bond accepted.
Attorneys for Rosa Hetter for pay
ment of a court award. Referred to
Aid. Foss'offered a resolution ask
ing tbe city engiueer to report such
change of grade as may be necessary
on Seventh avenue east of Thirty
eighth street. Referred to street and
Aid. KuBchmann offered a resolu
tion instructing the city engineer to
accompany the alderman of the Fifth
ward to lis grades for sidewalks.
Aid. Corken moved the establish
ment of a tiro alarm on Eighth ave
nue and Seventeenth street. Referred
to the lire and light committee.
Aid. F. H. Schroeder moved that
Fourteenth street, between Seventh
and Eighth avenues, be filled to
grade and placed in passable condi
tion. Referred to street and alley
Aid. F. H. Schroeder presented a
petition of the board of education J
for a sewer to the No. 6 school build
ing. Referred to sewer committee.
Aid. Cramer moved that the street
and alley committee be instructed to
place Eighth-and-a-half avenue in
passable condition. Referred to street
and alley committee.
Aid. Fobs moved that when -the
council adjourn it be to next Friday
evening to make the annual appro
Aid. nelson moved to reconsider
the vote by which the Volks-Zeitnng
was authorized to publish proceed
ings of the city council. Motion
adopted, 11 to 3. (Manckcr, Dauber,
Aid. Knschmann presented the
commissioner's estimate on the Nine
teenth street paving improvement.
Approved and the city attorney di
rected to institute proceedings in the
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Cor
ken. A. D. Hl'esixg,
Rock Island a Tie for 8oeond Place No
Kim k isianos..
l'o Mnlnt s ...
Tho closing game
Island and Des Moines was prevented
oy rain yesterday, and tne only game
played in the Western association
was between Lincoln and l'eoria. It
resulted in a disastrous defeat for
the former by a score of 23 to 2.
The games at Jacksonville and
Pooria were prevented by rain.
The Lincoln club play this after
noon, tomorrow and Thursday, and
St. Joe, Friday, Saturday and Sun
day. The Small Pox Case.
Summer Wood, the late small pox
Eatient, was sent in the direction of
onvcr last night as far as 12 would
take him. He was also provided
with some small change, which the
doctors and the officers at the sta
tion provided. Wood had been at
the pest house six weeks, and that
the disease gained no headway in
Rock Island is due to the rigid pre
cautions and the admirable handling
of the case by Drs. Eyster and Sala,
the former as health commissioner
having charge of the case, and the
latter as county physician having the
responsibility of prescribing for the
patient. Schmidt, the nurse, was
discharged last night, he, like Wood,
being provided with new clothes
throughout, and both being sub
jected to a thorough disinfecting be
fore leaving the pest house, which is
now locked and boarded up.
A New Serial.
Owing to the popularity with
which its serial recently completed,
"Foes in Ambush," was received, and
the interest taken in it as it pro
gressed from week to week. The Ar
gus has arranged for a story of
equally attractive features. It is by
Charles B. Lewis, otherwise M
Quad," and is entitled, "A Yankee
in Gray." While the drift of the
story arouses keen interest as it de
velops, there is much also of the
thrilling nature. It is fully copy
righted and handsomely illustrated.
The opening chapter appears next
To Whom it May Concern: By
order of the board of directors of the
Rock Island Plow company, a cor
itoration organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Illinois,
notice is hereby given that the cap
ital siock oi said, the Uock Island
Plow company, has been increased
from three hundred thousand dol
lars (1300,000) to the sum of six hun
dred thousand dollars (000,000).
Date and the corporate
seal of said company
I SEAL V affixed this 7th day of
' May A. D. 1894.
President Rock Island Plow Co,
Attest: W. J. Kablke,
Secretary Rock Island Plow Co.
The Pittsburgh and J. K. Graves
The J. K. Graves came down with
eight strings of logs this morning.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 9.10; the
Holled Peas Excellent.
An anclei t story tella of two unfnr nna'es a ho
were conoemnej to make a long pilgrimage with
peas in tl-etr eboes. Tb feet of one of tbem. at
thecal of tbe Journey were terribly sore and
wollee. Hi i companion's were not hurt lo the
leatt. Being arked tbe reason tic replied: "I
bo ltd my peas." Win man. Why shonld men
and women and children make the pilgrimage of
lite with pa'n and achee troubling tbem, not
only in their feet, bat all over, when a simple
rmedy will effect a care Dr. Pierce's Goiden
Medical Discovery Is potest to cure dyspepsia.
"liver complaint," skis disease and kindred
troubles arisinzTrom te same source.
Hoane -Seekers' Exearsoa Baxllngtoa
On May 29 round trip tickets
will be sold at half rates to all points
on tne miriington route in Nebraska,
Kansas, Wyoming, South Dakota and
eastern Colorado. Tickets will be
good for atop-over at any point west
ui luu juiswan river on going pas'
sage, and will be limited to 20 days
irom aate of sale. For pamphlet de
scriptive of western farm lands, send
to P. S. Eustis. General Passenger
agent, C, B. & Q. R. R., Chicago, III
Bowtk &ofc lalaad Canona.
The democrats of South Rock Isl
and are requested to meet at the town
hall in South Rock Island, Saturday,
May 2G, at 7:30 p. m., to select five
delegates to the democratic county
convention. w. s. Gardner,
I I :
Pay your water rent.
Insure with Huesing A Hoeft.
Choice pineapples at Bnncher's.
Fresh strawberries at Buncher's.
Buy none but Johnson's extracts.
Johnson's extracts are strictly
Ask your merchant for trade re
Columbia park lots for sale by
Picturesque America" bring in
Kindling wood for sale by E. B.
McKown, telephone 1198.
If in need of a carpenter see W.
Wicsener, 207 Sixth avenue.
Tbe Abgls World's fair aeries is
in popular demand. Preserve it.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Wax beans, string beans, green
peas and cauliflower at Buncher's.
Dr. F. F. Foulds and wife returned
from their visit to Alton last night.
Mrs. M. C. Rice is yisitinc her
mother, Mrs. T. Loeb, in Odkaloosa,
Ladies jackets at half price at Klu?-
Haslcr-Schwentscr Dry Goods com
pany. R. R. Bern is, the Fulton boomer.
was a caller at The Argi s office this
"Picturesque America' are you
getting the series? Back numbers at
The Argus office.
'Picturesque World's Fair," the
best published. The Aug us is now
disposing of at 15 cents a number.
Bartholomew's Rochester. New
York, and Schlitz's Milwaukee beer
i draught at the Belvidere J. W.
Mrs. Joseph Katz, wife of Left
Fielder Katz of the Rock Island ball
club, arrived last evening from Bel
Accessibility to all street railways
an I to both cities is the peculiar fea
ture oi uoiumbia park lots, lor sale
John V. Dauber today received his
commission as gauger at Peoria.
He will go to Peoria June 1 to enter
upon his duties.
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet on Wednesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs" Cramp ton. 627
A fpw of thA pVinlnecr. Pilmirrunl
park lots (hitherto rescrveJ) with
sidewalks, sewers and watermains,
for sale by Guyer.
George Schmitt, of Edgington.was
adjudged insane in the county court
this morning and ordered committed
to Jacksonville. He is 32 vears of
age and single.
A party is being formed in Rock
Island to visit Kureka Springs. Ark..
in tbe near future, and special rates
are Demg made by the K. 1. & V.
railway for the trip."
While in the city do not fail to ex
amine the new scale Kimball piano,
and also see and hear the Kimball
portable pipe organ which is run by a
water motor at isowiby s.
There will be an important meet
ing of the Y. M. C. A. this evening
at 8 o'clock. The meeting will last
but 30 minutes, and every member
is requested to be present.
Bargains in second hand, upright
pianos, some nearly new. Est ay
pianos, Hallet & Davis, Kimball anil
Bowlby. Must be sold this week.
Easy payments at Bowl by Y.
Rev. W. S. Marquis having deter
mined to remain with the Broadway
Presbyterian church as its pastor, a
reception will be given him and his
wile at the church this evening.
Paul Hull, of the Chicago Herald,
wno is writing up the political situ
ation in the state for his paper, ar
rived in Rock Island last night.
The Argus acknowledges a pleasant
James Taylor, of Taylor Ridge.
passed through Rock Island yester-
uay on bib way to Aiaivern, Iowa, to
visit his son," John C. Taylor, also
l: .1 - i . a . . , .
uib uauiiLcr. Mrs. a. rrey, at nmi
The ladies chorus of Augustana
college give a concert at the college
chattel tomorrow evening which
promises to be a very fine event, a
feature of which will be the rendition
of "Minister Bells."
A telegram from Chicago today
conveys the intelligence that Morris
Rosentield passed a comfortable night
and today his symtoms are as favor
able as could be expected after nn.
dergoing such an operation.
A May festival will be given on
the lawn of St. Joseph's church,
Thursday evening under the anspices
of the Santa Maria guild. If the
weather is unfavorable to using the
lawn it will be held at the parochial
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to enre piles and constipation,
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Hartz & Bahnsen, druggists,
Rock Island. 111.
Phillip Gross, the 10-year-old son
of M. A. Gross, was accidentally shot
at Black Hawk Watch Tower Sunday
afternoon. Gross, with several com
panions, was practicing rifle shoot
ing, when one of the boys shot Gross
in the left arm near the shoulder.
The boy was brought to Rock Island
and Dr. Kinyon dressed the wound.
Louis S. Bowman, son of ex-Circuit
Clerk . H. Bowman. Jr., sailed
last Saturday for Europe to attend
the world's congress of Y. M. C. A.
ward he will travel on the continent
exclusively. He is one of the assis
tant atatA aAf.rAtiAa fnB. llll-:.
o iu 11IIBUI,
wrltH hnma in f 'L. 1.. J . 1
- - " " " . ui-u, inu iuc
estimation in which he is held is
enow a Dy tne unusual distinction
which has iust been conferred unon
Special Cow clave.
A special conclave of Evert's
commandery. No. 18, Knights Tem
plar, was held in its asylum in Ma
sonic temple last evening. The or
der of the Red Cross was conferred on
four companions, after which Very
Eminent Sir, J. P. Sherwin, grand
senior warden of grand commandery
Knights Templar, inspected tbe
camp in detail. A banquet was then
served and an evening of general en
ihe grand commander has extend
ed an invitation to Evert's com
mandery to hold the district conven
tion in this vicinity in the near fu
ture. As yet no definite action has
been taken in the matter, but in all
probability tbe invitation will be ac
Tonicrht At 8 nVlnrlr will nponr tho
marriage of Hudson E. llalev and
Miss Mae Shantz.
The marriage of Miss Antonette
Sanders to John Holtzhoimar iwnn
at the German Lutheran church at
i :30 tomorrow evening.
Cards have lieen issued by Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Blakcsley announcing the
marriage on June 5th of their daugh
ter. Miss Ella Averv KI.iVpsW ami
George C. Blakeslec, general secretary
of the Y. M C. A.
Recovered Tbroagh a Dream.
In 1877 an uncle of mine living in
Desoto, Mo., was murdered for his
money. The murderer onlv mt a
small amount in greenbacks", and no
ciue to his bidden gold could be
fonnd, until I consulted Madam
Hutchinson, and I entered into an
agreement with her. She caused me
to dream to the exact spot where the
money was buried. I then went to
the spot indicated in my dream, and
after a little digging, found a box
containing f 2,500 in gold.
A. T. Spixotta.
Be convinced at Madam Hutchin
son's. 231 Twenty-first street. Her
charges are: Ladies, 50c; gentle
men, f 1.
The description of the horses stolen
from John L. Long, at Rural. Satur
day night, is one a spike-tailed roan
mare 7 years old and 14 hands high;
the other a bay horse, with heavy
mane and tail, with white right hind
foot and a white spot on face, 7 years
om ana io nands high, lne Rural
vigilance committee offers a reward
of $50 for the capture of the thieves.
A harness was stolen from Andrew
"I had what some of the doctors
call nervons dyspepsia. There was
such a nervous feeling in my stom
ach that I could not rest day or night
for three years. I took three bottles
of Hood's Sarsaparilla and now my
stomach feels all right. Last winter
I had a severe attack of pain in my
side so that 1 could not turn over in
bed. I got one bottle of Hood's Sar
saparilla and now am well." Sarah
r. carrel, t'ittsneld. III.
Hood's Pills cure sick headache.
The Puzzle Solved.
Perhaps no local disease has puz-
r.ivu ana uamea tne medical profes
sion more than nasal catarrh. While
not immediately fatal, it is among
the most nauseous and disgusting
ills the flesh is heir to, and the rec
ords show very few or no cases of
radical cure of chronic catarrh by
any of the many modes of treatment
unm tne introduction of Kly s Cream
Balm a few years ago. The success
of this preparation has leen most
gratifying and surprising. No drug
gist is without it.
EzenrsoBS to the Sooth.
Excursions on May 8 and 29, at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets
limited to thirty (30) days from date
of issue; choice of routes offered;
stop-overs permitted within certain
territory. Detail information upon
R. Stockbocse, G. T. A.
Depot, foot of Twentieth street
Rock Island. 111.
All persons owning or keeping
dogs within the city are hereby noti
fied to register and pay tax on the
same on or before June 15, 1894,
which tax for the ensuing vear will
be 2 for each male and 3 "for each
female dog. M. H. Sexton.
Chief of Police.
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick,
eta may be had at the "Burlington"
office to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. SO days from date of
sale. For particulars" apply to
Agent, Rock Island.
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
Look Oat for Counterfeit.
Beware of imitation brands of
Pillsbury's Best flour, which are now
on the market, and take no other bnt
the genuine, and buy only of good
respectable dealers. Examine the
The indications for the next 24
hours are occasional local showers
and very little change In tempera
tare; northerly winds.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tbe many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with,
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
' Ita excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acta on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drug
piste in 50c and f 1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig 8yrnp
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, Ton will not
accept any substitute if offered.
BJC TOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want board rrs
Want a partner
Want a aitoattoa
Want to rent rooavs
Want a servant girt
Want to aell a farm
Want to veil a bouse
Want to exchsnee anytblnw
Want ta sell household roods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to at-11 or trade for anything
Want to And customers for anything
USE THESE COLTJWra.
he daily argus delivered attocb
. door every even in for 10c per week.
aktfo an Experienced si aE qirl
at ys Twrai it-lb street.
JOR SALE A CA'n REGISTER, ALMOST
. new, at Wright A UreenawiH'a.
ANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
noueors;,ai Ao. VH Tar, aty-thl d street.
WANTED ALE4f AN; 8 LART FROM
start- l ttamiil ti'a m lip ,1m' rv.
nurse'vmeo. Ci.ica'o. "
WAS1 ED A COMPETENT GIRL FO GEN
aWral krtK sua war raer Iiau -.
need app-v. Ad-re t " a acre office.
PR RENT A KICK FURNISHED ROOM ON
erouod floor suitable for maa and wife or
two gentlemen Apply at bit Tweutteta street.
BRECKINRIDGE BOH. BREACH OF PRO.
ift. History of litieantx. I lusirated.
Aeeuts surer, ncpa-allelltd. 100.00 air ay
sold. Outfit free. A-nts Wanted. W, U.
(Bui-SOS Co . 8;h str.. Cincioa.ti. O.
WANTED PAl ESMKN-tHi per week, rllina
ckctrie lirht outfits lor bouses, atone sad
soot a. Motors for runulng maetinery. and other
popular pa'emed articles, outfits complete wbea
snipped. Eest prnpie bijr; permanent sitaatm i;
no et rience. w. P. Uarr.soa A Co, Clerk No.
14, Columns, Ohio.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And a complete line of
mixed house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
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Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eightoenth Street.
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Oieanlng and EepeJriag Done.
John Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
St, hat. Third sad Iwarlh i
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