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THE AUG US, TUESDAT, JULY 10, 1894.
How froqnently, my once fair Bister, the above remark has been
dropped about 3-011, whose complexion was once the pride of your
admiring friends and the envy ot your rivals.
You arc not, however, the only example of the fearful havoc which
the Ravages of Time have wrought with
COMPLEXIONS FAIR AND BEAUTY RARE,
bnt yon will find t!irri nt evvrr stop down the jiath of liiV, uixl their number kwpa
ConMnntly inrmirini:, nB ild no creeps on npace.
Iher ik no Iniii-iT any excuse ir your ignorance inmost mmtnui 01 tup inrt
that Fnll'iwne ami Wrinkle, those twin bletiiifdien which f.illmv ia tlio train of
advnnrins jvain, ran 1 removed and your eoinplexion restored to its pristine soft
ncwi and iairnc.", Vy t!ie ue of that wont pleasing and healing of jill lotions for the
Empress Josephine Face Breach.
It makes tlio ru'vlir.-: kin like velvet, drawing out the impiirUies from lieneath
the Biirtixv, and Uuvuii; the kin coft and fair.
The most ltinate Freckles will le removed by the conscientious
liso of three bottle; the niott torturing Eczema wiil be crnianently
cured by tho ue of two lot'lcs ; Pimples, Acne, Blackheads, Tan, Sun
burn, Moth Patches, &:d Crown Spots, by the use cf frora one to two
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Druggist and Optician.
J. MT. SCHAAB,
STATE SAVINGS BAKK.
OSctCmn firu.nu itiMl and Third A?
CAPITAL, $1 00.000.00.
oeessds ttaa Molln. BaTlors Baas. Onranlawl im
s rtrcm btket ruD m deposit
Organist nadcr Stat Laws.
Opra froa t a. fa. to S d m. and Wednesday and
Saturday nights fratn? to 8pm
Powm Ssinrbb. preaider.t
B. A. AraawimTa, . Vle-Prr:jr.t
i. f. HaaaawaT, ... Cfc-kicr
Porter Skinner, W, W. Wells,
O. A. Rn, H . A. Alnsworta,
6. H. Bdararda, W. U. Adam.
Aadnv rr.lwir, r. F. Hsntenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Bad for pmats parti e in the rsnlra
pot of U. ni by th.
Orchard State Bank
f OaCUARD, HESBABKA .
M. W. Daarr, Pnisldent.
4.8. Din Cashier.
Mitchell Lynda, Kinkm.
J. r. KotHa.ua, Cashier Hoc bland hatlraal
).'. Cator. . n.
Uenry Dart 'a bone, Whol.nl. Anna.
um.Bondufw aolicttad. vr
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES ft CLEAVELAVD
tleproMatiog orcr 40 Million Dollars
of Cash MMta
Tlr Lift. Tornado.
Bonds of Sorvtyatdp.
OrriCaWBengstna'a bloc Bock Islaad, tils.
cart ear rata: lbs wtU interest job.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old fire ad Time tries OoaipaalM
Losses Pronptlv Paid.
Kates at low aa any reliable company eaa afford
Teat faUeaase la solid tad.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
. D. C0KKCU.T.
Connelly Ac Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office ncond floor, over Mitchell A Lynde's
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson &c Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Bank building.
a. t. swaaacr.
C. L. WAX.KEB.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Office In Bengnton's Block,
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal basinets of all kind promptly attended
to. State'! Attorney of Bock Island county.
Offlce, FoetoO.ee Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good eecarity; mace collec
tion.. Reference, Mitchell Lynda, bankers.
Office, PostoftVe Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Room. 29 and 31 In Mitchell & Lynde's new
BoUdlng. Take elevator.
T. Lb Silvls,
No. 1718 8econd A venae, over KreU Math's.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mitchell A Lynde's Block. Rooms : and 34.
formerly occupied by Dr. Lodowis. Take ele
Physician and Surgeon.
IIM. Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170, offlce
rioun : 1 to 4 p. m-. and at night.
i. a. aouLowaosa, . s.
a. a. babth, a. d.
Dra. Earth & HoUowbush,
rbysicians and Surgeons.
Cflite etward st. Telephone low
Dr. Berth I Ot, Bollowbueh
te 10 a. m, I 10 to is a. m,
1 to3and7toSp.B, I to sand 7 to 8 p,m
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wblttaker Block, southwest corner
Third and Brady streets. Uatenport. Iowa
Rooms 17 and 18. Ilonm; 9 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p.m.
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offers for'patent drawing. Room 2 T M C A
Edward L. Hammatt,
Offioc, Room 41, Mitchell Lynde Building.
Geo. F. Stauduhar,
Dans and snpcrlntendence for all eleaa of
Buildings. Rooma 63 and 65, Mitchell Lynde
W. A. Darling,
Buford Block, over Kiiwabuiy's store.
3IINEES GO IN MOBS.
Collision With the Troops at
THREE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT.
All Bring: People Who Were Attend
irg Strictly to Their Own
One an Old Woman and One a, Young
Clrl Another Mub Loots a Store at
Ladd and the renple or the Recion Stay
I'p All Night Row at Seottdale, I'u.,
Helena Working KrrcMM and Striking
11 ana lleromee a Itiot In Which Titlaena
Are Involved Strike Newa Note. Rather
a Quiet Day General Walk-Out at Chi
cago Today at 4 p. m.
Chicago. July 10. The great strike of
the allied trades is now cer'ain. The
all-night session of tbe allied trades of
this city decided Hint If Pullman re
fused arbitration every member of a
trades onion in this city should wulk out.
A committee of the unions, accompanied
by a committee of aldermen, hnd a con
ference with Vice President Wicker, of
tho Pullman comprtny. and that gentle
man's reply to the nrbitratiou was nn
emphatic no. The strike will becjin this
afternoon ut 4 o'clock.
SHOT OVER RIOTERS' HEADS
And Caused the Trittli. of Three Entirety
DASVILLE, Ills.. July ia-The Shelby
ville train, due iu this city at 10:30, arrived
at Westville, a station six miles south of
this city and two mih-s from Grape Creek.
Near West villo ure the Kelly ville and
Pawnee mines, all of whom are shut down
in sympathy with the railroad strike and
lack of transportation facilities. When
the train drew up at thp stal ion it was im
mediately surrounded by a larne crowd of
miners. I pou the situation beinn made
known, the superintendent mndu up a
tr tin, a company of milit ia st.it iom-d at
Danville Junction were loaded on, and the
train proceeds topi he scene,
fl About one mile from Westville a larce
crowd of miners had collected, and upon
the approach of the train bearing the mili
tia bei:ati warlike tlemoustral ions. Sev
eral pistol shots were tired at the soldiers,
who returned the lire by shootinii over the
heads of the mob from the train, intend
ing to scare them. Mi Clara James, the
17-year-old daughter of Jonas James, was
standing iu the doorway of her home. A
rundom bullet struck her just lielow her
right breast, and she Uiedulmost instantly.
Mrs. Michael Gleunau, a widow, was cross
ing her garden. Two bullets struck her
and she died in five minutes.
An unknown man received a mortal
body wouud and will die. llesistauce
developing, the militia left the train and
charged the crowd, securing three prison
ers. The cDowd dispersing, and no timber
resistance being offered, the troops re
turned to their train, which had been
coupled iu front of the passenger, and the
trip to Danville was made without inci
dent. More Store I.itUii; Ht I.mibl.
LADI, His.. July 10. Two stores wero
looted at this place yesterday afternoon by
a mob of 4( 0 uon-Knglish speukittg miners.
luecityis now guarded bv lift v !enutv
sheriffs, f armers and miner-). The tta-
uoim. nanEs nave removed their valuables
from the city, and many if the business
houses have closed temporarily, lieports
from the surrounding districts are tot lie
effect that the anarchists of IVru, 1 aSalle,
and ot her towus are moving toward Spring
Valley for un attack on the place. The
town is now guarded by the liock Island
and Gulesbunr militiaconinnnies. 11 men
and by 1L'5 deputies. One hundred extra
ucpuues irom iTineeton nave leen ordered
w spring alley. Jiait the population ot
Kureau cotiutv rem.iine.l nn l:ir . nii.iit. in
the various towns receiving the latest re
ports irom tne sear ot trouble.
BREAKS OUT AT SCOTTDALE.
The Mob Spirit Troves t'ulrliins and
Doesn't lrav tlie Color Line.
PcoTTDALE, Pit., July 10. Seottdale is
the tcene of tie wildest excitement. A
reguW pitched battle was fought be
tweeu the negro coke workers and the
town authorities and one negro is fatally
shot and wiil tlie. Previously three ne
groes rami) into town from the Pmnter
coke plant.. The strikers, on getting sight
of them, setup a howl and ran the men
almost to their homes, throwing stones
Olid making every kind of threats. When
the negroes leached home they raised an
excitement among the neighbors at the
plant and forty of them started for the
jsix linns were (omul near the plant and
were bntlly bent en, and a rush was th?u
made for hcottdcle, the maddened negroes
eutering town, each armed with clubs and
revolvers. A fight was soon raised be
tween the negroes and the police authori
ties. The colored meu beenme frautic
aud in a few seconds resolved themselves
into a mob and commenced shooting. The
officers calletl upon the citizens for help,
and a rush was made for them, wheu they
all took to their heels .and ran out of
town. They were followed by 300 or 400
citizens who gave them close pursuit.
Word has teen received from the plnnt
that the negroes are arming themselves
with Winchester ritles and will return to
town to rescue their comrade taken iu
charge by the police. The citizens are in
a fever of excitement. The Sons of
Veterans' headquarters lias been looted
of itsuns aud every firearm to bo found
has been brought into requisition. The
iron workers in the mills arc in sympathy
with the strikers and are in high rage,
and swear vetigcunce against the negroes
if tlicy return.
Another Strike of Miners Coming.
PANA, Ills., July 10. A local labor leader
confirms a report that the United Mine
Workers have set the 10th of next Septem
ber as the date for a renewal of tbe minors'
strike, lie added that a great many min
ers bad been taken into the Knights of
Labor since the recent strike, and that if
Mr. Sovereign called out all Knights of
Labor in sympathy with the Hailwuy Un
ion his order would practically cause an-
other general strike of miners before the
date set for it.
The War In the Camr d'Alene.
Boies, Ida., July 10. Preparations are
making for active hostilities In Cceur
d'Alene. Miners are notifying all un
friendly to them to leave at once ou pen
alty of death. Governor McCounell has
ordered tbe state militia to get ready la-
move nt once. Five companies will pro
ceed to Shoshone county as soon as trans
portation can be arranged. They will be
aided by federal troops.
A Fact All I . My era Agree On.
Angola, lnd., July 10. M. N. Noble, a
chosen representative of the AmericanRjiil
way Union at Ashley, a division town on the
Waliash, and W. W. Wyrick, proprietor
of tbe hotel at that place, came to Angola
to consult attorneys regarding a question
of law. Tbe union demanded that Mr.
Wyrick refuse accommodations to the
forty or more United States marshals sent
there by the government to keep order.
W hetuer or not ynck would be liable
for damages if he refuses to entertain
them wns the question. All attorneys
consulted, concurred in the opinion that
lie would us liable if he did nut admit
them to bU hotel.
Life Saved by the Strike.
Chicago, July 10. The chronic statis
tician is at work on strike mortality, and
has figured out that the tie-up of the rail
ways is saving human life. It is this wny :
hen all the railways of Chicago are in
active operation they kill two people daily
on an average. The strike has been ou
twelve days, and the railroads have been
tied up that length of time. Hence twenty-four
lives have leen saved. Seven tier-
sons have been killed a a result of the
A Major's Way Out or the Row,
Minneapolis, July 10. Mayor Kustis
telegraphed in reply to Mayor Pine;ree, of
Detroit, that he would gladly joiu him in
a request to Debs "in the name of God,
couutry nnd humanity to call off this uu
jiist strike nnd boycott, nnd give our men.
women aud children work and bread."
This done he would join in strongest pos
sible efforts to secure the arbitration of
the differences between Pullman aud bi9
Resolutions of Old Soldier.
Hut u Falls, Ills., July 10. At the regu
lar meeting of Willeuderton Post No.
70 G. A. U , of this city, resolutions were
passed; that, "our services are hereby
tcudered to President Cleveland through
our department commander for use where
we may be ordered to uphold the supre
macy of thtf" general government; that the
L uited states is above all slates and the
president above all governors."
Refused to Strike ut lela Order.
Alton", Ills., July 10. A message was
received by the American Ilu.il wny Uuiou
of Alton from President Debs ordering a
strike on the Biufl line through sympathy
for the PuHmau meu. The local uuiou
wired buck that they had no grievance
and were opposed to a strike when their
action wouid neither ussist nor bcuclil the
Arrests t attsed hy Strikers.
DfLl'TH, Minu., July 10. The strikers
at Siooner. Wis., have caused the arrest
of Kugineer Keeuan und Conductor Prast,
ot the Umahii road, lor running a train
through Spooner faster thau lifteeu miles
au hour aud without blowing the whistle
or ringing the bell. They were placed un
der 5JU0 bunds to appear July l'J.
Work of a Muu ut Spokane.
SroUANE, Wash., July 10. A mob nt
Sprague stoned the special train carrying
two companies of militia ditched the cars
in frout of it nnd rau a car of oil on the
culvert east of the town and bnrued it.
The trestie west of the town was also lirc-d
uud lifleen leet of it burned. The regular
troops have urrived.
Strike Huts (.rain iu the I'ielil.
StILI.wati.E, Minn., July 10. Delega
tions of farmers from all over the state
have called ut the prison to ascertain the
reason for delay iu shipping binding twine
that has beeu ordered. Fifty cars of twmo
are ready for shipment, but cannot be
moved, and grain is rotting iu the tield.
'tiot 1'ieti" After Seven Years.
F.L Paso, Tex., July 10. F.ugiueer Spen
cer, who worked ou the Michigan Central
railroad during the strike in lss-7t nrrived
here from the City of Mexico, and being
recognized by the strikers, was beaten, in
sensible. He is now in the hospital.
Ore llmitllera Strike.
Asiitabi'LA ll.u:!:;!:, O., July 10. Over
COO ore handlers employed by M. A. llauua
&, Co. have struck uecause of the discharge
of two gang bosses. It is proluible that
the ore handlers employed by other com
panies will go out through sympathy.
All the State Militia at Chicago.
Srr.lNGKlELU, Ills., July 10. Upon the
request of Mayor Hopkins, of Chicago,
Governor Altgeld lias ordered out nil the
remaining regiments of militia in the
state, aud directed them all to go to Chi
cago. Strikers Iteturn to Work.
Dktkoit, July 10. The strike in tbe
Michigan Central yards came to au end
when every employe who had been disaf
fected returned to work. At the Union
depot the situatiou is unchanged. "
Offering Kenards for Outlaws.
Boise, Ida., July 10. Governor McCon
nell has received word that part of the
works of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan
mine nt Wurduer has been blown up.
Sheriff Cameron wired that be was un
able to protect the property. The gover
nor thereupon offered a reward of 1,0U0
for the perpetrators of the dynamite out
rage, $1,(KW for the men who murdered
Knebone at Gem a few days ago nnd $1,000
for the arrest of any persons engaged iu
other outrages in tho Cceur d'A leue. He
also wired the president asking that
troops be sent to the disturbed regions.
On the Itig Four Itoad.
Tehue Haute, Intl., July )0. The Big
Four employes at Mat toon went out
again and the St. Iouis division of the
system is tied up tight. Morning passen
ger trains from Mattoon nnd Terre Haute
were annulled. The officials have served
notice on the strikers that new men would
be sent to take their places. The situa
tion is very quiet now, but an attempt to
introduce new men will cause trouble at
once. The Chicago and Eastern will at
tempt to move a freight train from this
city, the first time since the strike com
menced. Incendiary Fire In New York.
New Yoke, July 10. Fire, with every
appearance of incendiarism, started be
neath the lower stairway of a crowded
tenement house at l.VJ Division street
about midnight. The tenants for the
most part went to the roof, but a pointed
iron fence prevented their escaping thence
until the firemen came and demolished
the fence. Others of the tenants reached
safety by the lire-escape. Ieua Appleton
was severely burned and Jacob Epsteaa
sustained a bad wouud on tbe arm.
KELLLY'S ARMY ARRESTED.
Militia of West Virginia Gather to tbe
Common weal era.
CatTLETTBURG. Kt.. Julv 10. Kellv'a
common wealers, who captured the east-
bound freight train ot the Chesapeake
and Ohio arrived at Keuova, W. Va.
Governor McCorkle ordered Companies I
and G of Huntington to go to Kenovaand
arrest the army. Under directions of
Sheriff Lambert the militia arrested them
and are now guarding them near the
dejiot. The governor aud his legal advis
ers arrived at Kenova on a special tra.n
aud tried to induce the army to go back
to Kentucky, which they refused to do.
The men received three meals and aeem
contented. The general impression is
that the governor bus made a mistake by
stopping them at Kenova, as they would
have proceeded on through the state to
Washington, July 10. The president
has sent the following nominations to
the senate: Sherwood Dixon, to be at
torney of the United States for the north
ern district of Illinois. Postmasters I!.
W. Greer, of Whitehall, Ills.; Ambrose M.
Craddock. Slielbyville, Ills.; Johu C Selt
nor. Turner, Ills.; Nuu McCullock, Mout
Ielier, lnd ; William 11. Lightle, Gas
City, lnd.; J. M. Hummoud, Hamburg,
Iu,: Charles A. Burr, Kochester, Mich.;
li. F. Thomas, Carthage, Mo.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York l-'inaneial.
Stw Yoiik, July 9.
Money on call easy. Offered at 1 per mint
Prime mercantile ujier 2V'- per euut.:ster
liDi; exchange steady itii ac tual business in
bunkers' lulls jss'j for demand and 4K
felN!4 for sixty days; posted rates 4tii4.K.
I l:i uiercial hills 4s j.
Silver eertiheates liirful'i; no sales; bar silver
C-1-.... Mexican uolhirn 51?4u,
L'u.t'sl States ln.inis, a's regular, HT
do i"s cou;hjis. llT-; do. 4's real.ir, li;i4;
fs .-.MiiKins, llo!4: mi. :Ts, ftl; l'atillc 0's, of
Vi, lot bid.
t hicao t;raiu uud I'rndure.
CmcAt.o, July 9.
Followiii were tUe ou otati-ni-t on the
Hoard of Tra ie t-nlay: Wheat July. iien"l
o'-V". closed "(IVt su-j-teiiiln-r. oiieuel &sH
closed .V"4c; Li.'e.-uilH-r, oj-:;cJ ul'v. closed
Olsc. t orn--.liny, owned t!rv, eloned 4i'e;
fe'teiulier. otieueii 4i:M -. cliooj 4,- October,
0i,ed -. el-is-.-i :!7'4j. .at July,
o;etie.l :v, ,.ose.l August, opened
i."-"', il-.'-e.l .'-4: Sept.-tiilu-t. opened -"!"-,
closed ai' tc. I'ork July, ejienej fl2
closed tl-ii; Septeniii-.-r. u;eued 51-.-rnl.
elosed Sl'JIii l.ald July, cleued V.70,
l'rodnee: llutter "ancy separat.ir, 17J
I7U.C per lb: l.nu-y dairy, ll-j,14--e: paciiug
stork. 10-1 lie. Llj.s-n. i lie per'ui.a. Live
poultry Chirkeus. t.r lb; (.prime chick
ens. 1-'- ' W : ilu-:t s-'.s--; turkeys. 6 f.sc;
peese, :si.'a.i4.li p.T tUu. 1 otatoes Bur
banks, '...!',h; per bu.: Uebiou-. s.V',litv: mixed
Moil;, s. Hie; new (.otatov. M'.juaiu j.r bll.
Ha-pli-.-riies. jl.oi l.s", j.r ii vjt use. Honey
Unite cljwr. l-;i s-i ti-.ns. 11 ;i-..- j-r
lh.: broken i-oruU li 11.-; uurt romb. icood
couduioa, 1 t.;i i i.r : stramaU Caiiforu.a, -ic
t'hirngu L,iie Stork.
Obicaco. July .
Union 8loek Yards i:.-eeipt were ! cat
tle and '.mi sheep all driven in. No sales
reiK-r:ed, and prieta entirely nominal. The
managers of Hie st' k nrds exts.st t-j us
able to nt e.vc live stock on edueauay or
Tbe Local Market,
liuy Timoui.. f 10. nplatJ SloatlS: wild, t
Q5K': floo.h ltiaT: bslid. t
Bitter W tn choice, 14c;cresGie;i, Kt.
Ufi t'TStsi-. 10c.
Poultry :-pritux cLlckeuf, large, f J T5 Kt
rst lT AM) VKOCTABLBS.
Oniona fl per he
lttippbrrra-g- Dlack. $2 10; red, J 3 s cspc.
Cattle Bitrhfrs pay tut orn fi steerp
t.-T4Hc; cows ami Uelte'S, SH'SV" calvcf
hprii. iamb f a head.
KuJy's Pile Suppository is puaran
1p'd to cure jiiles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents h.t
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Itudr, Lancas.
tcr, l'a. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Il:irtz & Buhnsnu, drutrists,
Uock island. III.
Warts, Tiuiplcs, Freckles, Wri-i-klcs,
Superfluous Hair, all Facial
l'icniishes, ami SLia Diseases.
i.cp;ular registered rhysicians.
Call or write. Consultation free,
is? West 4id Street, N. Y.
Sonil KV. for a little "Heautv" r
in:-ic l.VI paK3 on skin and
r-Mlp. care ef ibehiilr. preserve-
-.ion oi i.ne eofiitexion, reinovm 1 B
i f alldkin bleuilFhrii. in sltit the V ta
icv.ultof 3i j remra praerlual entie 7a
rn neereaTlti trie aaln. Bi&liio, 1
t.i-:ieu, i-f i'j a;i-jn--ia. Wl 1 .1 IMiin-'
pie ot 1 acini Euap.
7ashos Zverytaizg Trem a Tins
wu aianaxarcHioi to a Circus Tent.
Lace Cortalsia Specialty.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. & I J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
John Yolk: 5c Co.
Vannf actnnm of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds o wood work for Miters.
ShjhicunU SU bet. Third and FoartB aresoes.
I3 lite hczt remedy f 1
T.i all cocmlciiita Ttrrul!:
all complsirilj peculiar
A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR.
GASH." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
ULAT1XG AM1 V ki, TILAl 1NG tNilX -
A complete line of Tipe, Brass Gocds,
Packing Hose, Fire Erick, etc.
DAVIS I5LOCK, Moline, 111.
T. F. UUKKE.
Steam and Gas Filters.
Reck Island Heating
and Plumbing: Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, IA. Tel. No. 12S
role Ajrer.l for the Fcm.an.
J. T. I3IXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
1 loprietorof of
All tc".-" or Cut Flowers conflUstlj or. band.
one block from Central fark, largcn in Iowa.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, KO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop oa Vine Street KOOK XSJ.aND.
City Bus and Express Lines
For Ilus or Express Line telephone 1141, and you R1 rca ite
TIK3KS TjAEX & 8PENCEB. ProD
SEIYERS & AKDEESON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
AU Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
Osnoral Jot-MaR atoas a short Kt t and saiwraojoa rca-miiire.
mm Uai 11 Twlftk mtrmm. kiN'k IMLJir. '
iKKOKi. AM AViUL I
For aaib iu ILviX loUud hj 11 -tr tat &
A K EPICAL BOOK worth
Ivoi.l.ArH. arat for 10 rralc u
St Per IU(tlo ot Pruccirtt.
DOc. Trial Flze sent If mail.
lettrra for advice Virktal
"r.rnsniung iv pjintm-M " are
seen hy our i-ht-laut only.
H. ij. Oilman. Serif,
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
112, linVwt Stvtnt. t ntli str.et.
Telephone 11 1. II- k l-:n !.
1803 Seescd Avenue;
the Bradr street
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