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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 1894.
Txc awocua a owiu co, cum.
jr h tee.
TaT or rU.l5i.IS,
Hnri Inuint oriiTl, i
In the cirru cnnn of aaM Rnrk Ilaad comity.
Tn tha Heptemher tcra A. D. In cfaan-
Mary ritr'nbaa. WlrWI CVTorinrll, Wil
liam O'Dmm-n. Jiam O'Konnpll. Mairrte O'fxrn
nll. Alien OTKmnell. Mare rcikmni-ll. Kites
n'Donnell, Menrarel O'Dmnrll. Andrew O' lion-ne-l,
Mary (I'ImmII, Kiln O'DnanelL, Maria
O'Penne II, Xmrin A. O IMmrrll, Nora O'Don
riell. John T. VOonnell, Mrcan-t O'Donncll,
Mlente U'Donarll. Mary Affnee O'lmanrll.
Mi-irep?ney.Kiueae eViheirri anl J . K -lhr.aoii.
Amiamtof Min-fpiriitrimi of Murla O'Oiwncil,
Waurtre A. O'lhrnaell. nra It'DnniH-ll, John K.
D lNinrwII, mrrt O'lNmnrll. Minnie Ulion
Hell, v Airaee iritnnm-ll. tEIIa o Ihmnell,
MarraTt I t'lawiwll, Amtmr rifinri, alary
iriiunae.il. KI'm -inaoell.aml thai tiro nu'd- art
of Jma ol)nnft'U ta on known, Imtiteaord with
the aNv defendama. Mictuu-I (l lkiiiatll, Wil
liam O'Dvonell. Alice oTonncll. Mary
IV.kinnell, Met rtforj, Suirine H.
Shepnnl ami J. K. Jhnton. hav
ing; aan AH h the clerk'p ofore o( the cir
cuit ronrt of aatit eonnty,mrfice le therefor-' here
Hy riven to the paM nan reetoent ttefondantethat
In complainant lint her kill nf eranplamt tn m o
ennrv. rn the rhwrry aide thereof, on the S.Vh
Siy of July. 1!. and That therrapon a minnim
Inaetl oat of raid mart, wherein enltl nil' n now
pefioinc. retnmeble on the ft mi JMnmt-y in the
month of Mpmher nr an I hv law r.-oulred.
Now anleae Ton, the paid non rraiHom ria-fend-art
above named Man ('Ionnt-l. Manrlre A
H'lHirn-ell, Nn- o'lHmn'll. John F. O ltfinnrll,
Margaret O'ltontwll, Minnie o'pnnnell. Mary
Arnea Olamnell, Bi'x ti'Dnnnell, Margaret
O'Oonno l. Andre o'lftinnell. Manr O'lfc'nneil,
Rlma 'lBie I and Jamee o'Ponnell. aball jer
eonaily he and appear before paid rlrrult court on
the flft day of the next term thereof, to b-? hnlden
at Horn Inland In and fur the aaid county, on the
r Monday In !ei I tnN-r mr. and plead, an-
ewer or demur to the paid complainant' hill of
eoaip'alnt, Hie eanie ani the matter and thimrt
therein charuail and ated will hr taken a oun-
feaad, am) aderrra enti d agalmt uoacco:u
ice to the prayer of aaid Mil.
bated at Knrk Inland. Tllinoln. fhl SMh day of
dork of paid t uri.
fuI.I a WtLD. CaitnpUinaot'a rwlicitor.
TATE OF ILLIShIS. I
k'Ttt launn ( in ktt,
To the rVptrmber Urm, A. D., ISO I, tlrcuit
ronrt in cnanct ry.
Anna I'aaatt, couiplainaut, ts. Wlllina Caxatt,
To tbaabnen naoied defendant. William Oaxatt
Notice hort hy cieen to the paid William Oa
xatt. that the abore-namrd eomtilalnttit hua thin
day flied hwr hill of rnmplant In paid conrt on
tna rnancery atne rnrretir affamet yrn rnr dtenrca,
and that a eummnne In rrancory ttieren(ion ianed
ont of aaid cart acalnet ou. t"ie a hove named
defrmlant, rrtnmaule on the 11 '"t day of the next
torm of the eircntt ennrt of aaul ronnty to he he
Itnn nnd holden at the ronrt hotto, in the city
nf Knrk leland. In paid Rnrk U'and rminlv. on
the Jret ktondnr in Mep'amlwr, A. I. l"iM. aa
la hy Inw ri'qnlrtil. ard whirh nilt i atill pending
la aaid ennrt, at whieb time and place you will
appear and pK-aU, anewrr or demnr tn el bill.
kiuuiil w. Allll.r;,
Clerk of pid t'lmrt.
Jacktiii It UrmT. Complatnant'p Hoiieitora.
R k lpiand. lUinoiP, Joy a I. A. D. i-M
Xataie of riamol Fowler, deeeaaed.
The nnderpiffned bavtnff been annotated admin
latratnr of the etate of Dar.lel Fcwler. late of
tba eiinntT of Kora lpiand. auia f Illinoia. d
eeaead, hereby pieea nntica that ho will appear
before tha ennLty conrt of Hock lland conn
ty. at tha office of tha clerk of petd ennrt. In
the cltr of Hock Island, at the October term, on
tha Crt Monday In Uctobir not. at which
time all psreon l.aYimr claime aca.LH aaid aa
tale are notified and rcqneated to atu-uu for tba
parpowoT aaein toe paroe aojn'ea. All par
aona Indebted to aaid aptate are reqneelcd to
raaaa Lrasaaaiare pamient to rne onaeriroei.
BTItilN UKLKY. Admimatrawr.
DaUd thia Slat day of July. A. I. loM.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Oftee Corner riftaeth atraot and Third A,
Baeeeada the Molina BaTlnra Baas. Onraalaad laat
i FerCm HTKHT m 01 BEftSITS.
Oricaaiaed aider State Lawa.
Open rrora a. ra. tn t m.. an4 wewneeday aa"
atarday aighw froaTtoSpai
ftiaraa Sataant. rrealder.t
M. A. Atsewnara, Vlea-Preeuiat.1
i. 1. UaaaawAT. ... uaahlcr
r liter )lBae. W. W. Walla,
O. A. Roea, H . A. Ainewirth,
W. at. Kdwarda. W. B. Adama.
AaUrew rrine-e;. V. V. Hamenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for pnrate pertlee la tha car das
a put of the weat by the
Orchard State Bank
of OatCUAKO, MKBKABIA.
a. W. Daat, free! dent.
tnehall Lynda. Banker.
J. r. atobuiauB, vaahiar Bock Ialand National
. C. fa-tar. M. D.
Henry iy Bona. Whole eale Groan.
Wkalaaala Dealer a4 Iraporarr at
Wines and Liquors,
111! bbUI18 Third Are
IT- ...a;.-- -A?;?,
e W iiai-a-l" Ji J
. e. ooanraXLT.
a. D. oomnuT.
Connelly ic Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office aeeond floor, orcr Mitchell A Lynde't
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson Ik Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Book Uland National Bank boil ding.
a. d. mtiir.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law.
Offlc tn Bcr.ptUm'i Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lofral btwlneaa of all kioda promptly attended
to, Btatef Attorney of Hack Ialand connty
Office, foe to race Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Lou motiey on good aeenrity; mace collec
tion a. Bcfcrence, Mitchell A Lvnda, bankere.
Offloa, Poatoflco Block.
R. M. Pearce,
BcxtM and 81 in Mitchell It Lynde'a new
Bcildtsg. Take elerator.
Er. R. Jay,
Office at 8taaee:n'e Uvcry etabl. Tel phone
Fhysician and Surgeon.
1134, Third A Tonne. Telephone, 1170, Office
Conn : 1 to 4 p. su and at eight.
i. a. aouovBcaa, m. s.
a. a. babtb, a. s
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeon
Dr. Barth Dr. Eollowbnah
t ta to a, m. I in to 12 a. m,
1 to X and 7 ioSB.ra, 1 to 6 and 7 to o p. av
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only
innce, wiuttaher Block, soothweat corner
Third and Brady airacla, Uatenport, Iowa
Kooma 17 and 18. Bonn: 9 tolla. nu.1 to 4 p.m.
W. A. Darling,
BnfoTO Block, orer Klnaabcrr'a More.
Stocker & Kerns.
Architects and Superintendents.
Offer for patent drawing. Room ITNC
Edward L. Hammatt,
Office. Boom 41, Mitchell A Lynda Building.
Geo. P. Staudtihar,
Plana and euperintendenee for all daee of
nuumnva. uooma aa ana do, autcbuu a liynde
snirainaT. xaaa eieeaeor.
Johin Voile Sc Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
siding. Flooring, Wainacoating
18th atreet, bet tb and 5th are
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons, Curtains and Carpets. It has
no equal lor Cleaning House, Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
rn Uti It Situ tioeej el UUr.
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PRICE 13 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS..
. Address Haan H. VmiSaiam.Jom.
WAITING ON THE PRESIDENT.
Congreaa Ready te Adjowra an
ClerelaiMl Acta oat the Tariff.
Washington. Auei. aa The final action
of the president on the tariff bill is the
nly thing that stands between the senate
and final adjournment. It is the general
pinion that with the bill passed upon by
the chief executive adjournment could be
arranged within a day's time. The last
the appropriation bills received the
fiual consideration of the senate daring
the past week and even without the pass
age of the Murphy resolution there would
not have been much probability of any
general legislation.owing to the likelihood
there bring no quorum. The latest
roll call discovered only forty-five sena
torstwo more than 'a quorum in the
Several have left since and it is entire-
probable that the session today will
open without the number requisite to do
business in the face of an objection. It is
probable, therefore, that the daily sessions
from this time forward will be brief and
that only bills to which there is no oppo-
ition from any senator or over which
there is no contest will be taken up. The
Democratic managers hope to have the
bill repealing the, provision in the tariff
bill exempting alcohol used in the arts
and iu the manufacture of medicinal prep-
ra'ions included in this list.
There appears likelihood of opposition on
the Hepublican side, aud if there should
be this bill will necessarily go overuutil
the next session. The Democratic mem
bers of the huauce committee aUo hope to
report the supplemental tariff bills dur
ing thj week, but do not expect action on
them. The bouse of representatives is
ready to adjourn at any moment. Its
work has beeu completed and it is only
awaiting the action of the senate and of
M'PHERSON WANTED TO RESIGN,
Bat His Friend Induced Him to Becon-
eider Ilia lerterminatton.
Washington, Aug. 20. Mcrherson
came near tendering his resignation as a
senator from New Jersey. He went so far
as to procure a blank form of resignation
and was preparing to fill it out when some
of his friends, learning of his decision.
went to him and succeeded in persuading
him to forego his resolution. They fouud
him at first quite determined upon re
signing, and only after much argument
luntienccd him to change his mind. IU
health aud a desire to take an indefinite
rest were the reasons he gave, saying that
as he could net attend the senate the only
honorable course was to let some one eUe
His friends told him that the session was
nearly over and no more important busi
ness would come up so, that there was
nothing to keep hiiu here. Furthermore,
ii ne resigned, although the governor of
Afw Jersey wa a Democrat the legisla
ture was Hepublican and will meet in
extra ression in October, when it would
surely elect a Republican in McPhersou's
place. The senator was convinced and
will retain his membership and will inv
mediately leave for a long rest.
Senate rroeeedinpi Condenaed.
VN asiiingtox, Aug. 23. The senate
adopted the resolution putting White of
California in the finance committee vs.
cancy caused by the death of Vance: also
Murphy's resolution against any tariff
legislation on which there is a contest at
tuis session. Oray a resolution instruct
ing the finance committee to report
sugar duty bill with the differential
stricken out went over with a proposed
liepublican amendment re-enacting the
present sugar bounty. Lindsay offered 8
resolution against adjourning before strik
ing ont of the tariff bill f - benefits there
in to the sugar trut, vh?a was amended
to include the whisky trust aud went
over. The bill to reieal the tax ou alcSUol
used in the arts failed for want of a quo
rum. JLa executive session was held.
Won't Sicu River and Harbor Eilla.
A AsniSUTOK, aa The river and harbot
bill, carrying tll,4"9,lsu, became a law
without President Cleveland's signature,
the legal limit of ten days huviag expired
at midnight Saturday, within which he
could sign or veto it. It is the third time
during Cleveland's two terms that a rivet
and harbor bill has bacome a law without
hisapproval, the only other bill of this kind
submitted to him having been vetoed.
Will Try to Ur port the Free Llat nil la.
Washington, Aug. 20. Harris, acting
chairman of the senate finance committee,
has called a meeting of that comniittet
for today when it is understood that the
supplemental tariff bills will be taken up
and an effort made to have them reported
notwithstanding the senate's adoption ol
the Murphy resolution declaring against
the practicability of all efforts at further
contested legislation during this session.
Barely Had a Majority.
Washington, Aug. 20. Mnnderson'i
resolution for free sugar with bounty u
sugar raisers, as in the McKiuley bill, wat
adopted by the vol which, however, wat
not a quorum. The actual vote was
Yeas, 21; nays, 20 Stewart voting f or th
first time for weeks aud voting aye. Bonn
of the Democrats tried to break theii
pairs in order to kill the resolution, but
Showa tlie Way the Wind Blowa.
Washington, Aug. 20. The treasurj
department has mailed to customs officer!
copies of the new tariff bill in order thai
they may be able to properly assess
duties when the new bill becomes a law.
Burning or an Oil Train.
BUFFALO, Aug. 2. By the burniug of
the train of oil and other freight at
Cheektowaga the New York Central rail
road loses nearly 1 100,000 and Brakeman
1'bed J. Snyder nearly lost his life. He
was blown from the top of a freight car
and enveloped in burning oil. He will be
disfigured for life. About forty cars were
destroyed, besides three buildings near
the scene of the explosion.
Street Car Blot la Teaaa.
SAN ANTIOMO, Aug. 20- An attack tnt
made ou a street car by meu in sympathy
with the striking drivers. A riot en
sued, but nobody was seriously hurt. Ou
the return trip of the car the motorman
stood off the mob with a Winchester rifle.
Several arrests were made.
Bioiolde ufa li'araner.
Muscatine, la.. Aug. 80. A well-to-do
German farmer named Johu Kibbiuk,
aged 80, committed suicide by hanging
himself in his corn crib. Family troubles
are assigned as the cause.
Twang Uirl Horaethiaf.
Springfield, O., Aug. 20. Flora Mo
Crass in, a young girl of Cedarville, ia in
Jail for stealing horse. She was arrested
- before far hfliaaf hrfakti.it
Colonel John Arkins, manaser of the)
Rocky Mountain News, is dead of gastri
tis at Denver. He was S3 years old, a vet
bran of the Union army aud proud of the
tact that his title was purely honorary,
he never having been higher .than cor
Two hundred industrials, mostly of
Jeffries' command, have reached Minne
apolis on the return from Washington,
but any they will work around there for
awhile and then make another raid on the
Soma labor organizatio ns are urging
upon congress a head tax upon immi
grants of from 130 tof W. They say it
would restrict immigration and be a tax
paid by the foreigner.
Among Father Keninn's patients at
Woerischofen, Bavaria, at present is Dr.
Koch, who is trying the priest's water
The Sioux City Athletic clnb has of
fered (25,000 for the Corbett-Jackson fight,
with a guarantee that it can be pulled off.
Jackson says it will suit him, if the com
pany will put the guarantee in the shape
of money for training expenses in case the
fight cannot be pulled off afterU,
Lucie Sam has seized aboil $70,000 in
due bills which Kansas business men
were issuing in the place of money to buy
the products of the farms. The seizure is
based on the law forbidding circulation of
anything as money that looks like green
backs. The Amoskeag corporation, at Man-
cnester, N. H., announces that on Aug. 27
all the machinery of the compauy now
idle will be started up and the entire
plant will be run sixty hours a week.
These mills employ nearly 10,000 persons.
l ne wholesale paper house of IStrnett,
Pringle & Co., at Chicago, has been closed
by the sheriff. The assets are estimated
at t30,0m and liabilities at SAO.OOO.
John Claude, a well-known ticket broker
of St. Louis and at one time president of
the Guarantee Ticket Brokers' associa
tion, is dead, aged Sb years, of consump
An Atlantic, Iowa, barber got insect
powder into the bowls in which he kept
his face powder, and as a result the faces
of a number of his patrons are very sore.
A case of the detestable secret marriage
has just been developed at Xorwalk, O.,
where the marriage was kept a secret a
George Messier, of Dunellen, X. Y., sold
out everything six years ago and left the
place, also a wife and family with nothing
to live on. He returned the otlierday and
his wife locked him out aud would have
nothing to do with him.
The mayor and council of Carbondule,
Ills., are not getting along because the
mayor is a Prohibitionist so far as Car
boudale is concerned, aud the council is
A dispatch from New York says that
Henry George will probably again be a
caudidate for mayor of that city.
Six weeks aco Charles Lyons married
Mrs. Tomliuson, a rich widow of Mexico,
Mo. He took her to St. Louis, and there,
after robbing her, deserted her. She
finally borrowed money enough to return
A scientist who has been making obser
vations says that Manhattan island is
steadily sinking and New York city will
be submerged in a "few" centuries. He
also predicts the same fate for the entire
K"iresentati ve Shaw, who has been ill
at Ean Claire, Wis , and jt expected to
live, is much better at latest reports, the
greatest point of danger having been
Charles Timmig, a farmer living near
Mascoutah, Ills., has just sued for (iOO
aud recovered from Henry Arnold the
sum of $52 as damages for failure of the
latter to procure him a wife as he had con
tracted to do.
Frank Wade, aged 11 years, while fly
ing a kite from a housetop at Chicago fell
off the roof and was fatally hurt.
Five hundred tons of hay . have been
burned by forest fires in the vicinity of
Urautsburg, w is.
Makes m Novel Appeal.
YAU'AEA.iso, Ind., Aug . Lewis H.
Girton, a wealthy citizen of Bristol, is un
der heavy bonds for assault with intent to
murder. He has issued a notice to the
public praying for the appointment of
twelve guardians to aid him in reforming
his life. He said that by the result of a
strange hallucination his past life has not
been what it should, but that he would
be able, with the moral co-operation of
twelve citizens, who are to direct his busi
ness and domestic affairs, to make himself
a useful member of society.
Major Worth Acquitted.
Omail Neb.. Aug. 20. Major William
Worth, Second infantry, who was or
Jered court-martialed by President Cleve
land for ordering Private Cedarquist to
participate in target practice ou Suuday,
was acquitted aud released from custody.
The findings of the court were that the
orders to Cedarquist were warranted by
the exigencies of the occasion and that
the proclamation of President Lincoln
was not in force at present, not being
port of the army regulations.
Killed by Burglars.
MEr.r.lMAC, Mass., Aug. 20. Three bur
glars entered the house of J acob Crosby
shortly after midnight and by their noise
awakenei Mr. Crosby and his wife. Cros
by was seen to get out of lied by the meu, all
three of whom immediately attacked him.
Mr. Crosby's brother hdward came to his
rescue and was shot through the !ody and
instantly killed by one of the burglars.
All of the robbers escaped, having failed
to secure any booty.
Slept with II is Dead, rather,
Philadelphia, Aug. ,. lUther than
be punished for reckless driving Fireman
John C. Peck, 44 years old, of engine
company No. J'J, Koxborough, committed
suicide by turuiug ou the gas in the room
he occupied at the lire station. Not kuo'
ing that his father was dead, 1-year-old
Johnny Peck crept into the bed where the
body lay and went to sleep.
Suit to Foreclose m Mortgage.
SPOISCFlELD, Aug. 30. In the Sanga
mon couuty circuit court John U. Sport
all, of Chicago, a surviving trustee and
representing holders of the first mortgage
bonds far 3U0.O00 issued by the Jackson
ville Southeastern railway in ibtX), com
nienced suit to foreclose the mortgage on
the same. The auit is asked to operate
agaiust the Jacksonville, Louiaville and St,
A Bother Miehapto the Vigilant.
London, Aug. 20. The match race be
tween the Vigilant and Britannia has
been declared off, owing to the fact that
the American sloop struck a rock while
going to the starting point and earned
away iter centerboard.
POPULISTS OF COOK COUNTY
Gather at t k aa.. Meet at 8 and Ad J oars
In Knw at :SO.
Chicago, Aug. 20. After a stormy and
futile attempt to elect a temporary chair
man the Cjok county People's party con
vention went to pieces. C'hairmau Chrit
O'Brien, of the cotiuty central committee,
finding that the trades unionists iu the
couveutiou oiitiuiinlwred the Populists,
dec-lured It adjourned. The lights wen I
turued out aud after exhausting tbeit
wrath the delegates dispersed.
It was one of t lie most turbulent con-!
vent ions from its tardy start to its prema
ture finish ever witnessed tn Chieaao
which is noted for stormy political funo I
tions. A It hout:h set for 2 o'clock the con
vention waa not called to order until 1 1
o'clock. Tiie session lasted little more I
thau an hour. At 7:30 o'clock the ball
was in undistnrhml possession of the po I
lice. Such is a brief summary of the Pop I
ulist county convention.
The Local Marfee.
Hae TltnoifV. f-IV nnUnd. MlVCt -
aojauijeiougn -Gi; naiao. is.
Bitter Fair ta'eauiea, tJc; CraaaaT-,. Me.
eah. 1 lc
Poultry SDrhur chickens. larce. II 90 ncr I
FRUIT AXD TBeBTABLBS.
"aima- SMC p !
Hltieburries-SS-lO a case.
Uraiiea-oc per iu.
Cvtle Butchers oar for e tr t-.
4L4v,r; eowa aad balfaia, iViOV ; -lv
Spring lamb. tS VaJUte a head .
Coal 8oH. Me.
"hcti Kahy wa 4-lc, pnT rtr Ca.'Ha.
atien she was a OilM, xhe cried far Qwtoria.
Wben she became Mb, aho clung to Castoria.
Im-u kbe had Children, kbe cave Uiem Csaturaa.
HAYE3 ft CLEAVELASD
Repreaentirc over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Slra Life. Tomarto-
Bonds of Snr--tT-stip.
orFH'K Beiif-tin'e. bloc Hock Islaad, tils
rV6.-cnre onr ra'oe; tbev will iDtereet voa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
rta old fire astl Tima-trke OasipaBlaa
Lcssss PrompUv Piil
8ata ae low aa any rellaMe soapan can aServ
Ynar atmusa ia eollrrtat.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLERi
(Doccisaor U U. WKSDTJ
Merchant -:- Tailor,
113 Eighteenth Street.
afaaFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
C.Mtiij.rfjr and Repairing Done.
poaiertully and quickly. Curea arbeaallottaete
bit YrninK anen will mraia toelr Mat aaaaboad,
aodoldax-a will recover their youthful Iffat
be osior VITALIS. 1 quickly and aurely
vtorea ivervouanewt. unai vitality, lanaoteecy,
Mirhtlv KmmiomL lt Poarer. S,mllina lleaa.
cry, eVaatinc; liaeaaea. and all eSecta of aelf
abate or exceaa and lnUiscrrtloa. Wsrrta oC
anaanltT and conaumption. loaiat oa baTlrat
VITA LI, bo other. Caa be earned la eet
et, uy I
avail. Sl.ee per packatre. or I
arMb a aaaiUie '
ad tae aaaaey. Clretilnr tree.
Voeaala at Bock lalaad ay Ha
Saacy aad WtUlaas Claadaals. IpTasglet, Meuas.
1st Day. SpasjO1. jTa-".
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THE GREAT SLyXTX
FRENCH REMEDY ig&ZT
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"OtSCASES Or WOMEN AND CHIUffilN,"
a toe anna aWors, imt tf far 10c
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Uannlacturers cl F.4RM, SPRING AHD FREIGHT WACOM
A fall and cerapletallre of Flatfota aaa other !"rf W aewia.orr.aTly eesmea U ts
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J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOU2T M. rARllrOK.
PARIDOU & SOIVT
Painters and Decorators
SHOP. 419 SroatMtili St 23C2 YJL
nCOSPOKATED CVOBB THE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Bock Islabd. III.
Upea daily rrora t a. ta. to I p. lav. aad atarday erectLjr rroa J ts 8 eYIost.
Five rer oent In tar est paid on Deposit. Monty loanMl on Feraonal col
lateral or Real Estate aeenrity.
f. L. MITCH ELU Prast. f C OEXKMANS. Vice PWt. 3 tCPOKB, Ca-w
f. L. MltehaU, F. C Denkn aim. Jnha CahaT-r1i. rMI Stnrt L B. T. UalL U S'.axm.
B. W Horet, 1. M. Kuford, J.n Vols.
J Acajtoa as Hob, holantora.
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Ther are penrpt.rae ae4 certain In raaart. 1h etTitil'Ie. IW.it,.-- Siaaa.
' txilat. eaatacrwaarctlAO. A4drae ffcat. at n.il La Cnvci.i.4. U.
For sale bj T. II. Thomas. Drnpejjst. sole aent, Kork Ifland. 111.
Carpenter and Builder,
Shop on Vine Street.
CONTRACTORS nn.l BUILDEKJ
All khHe of earieter
Ollice and Shop 721 Twelfth Mret-t
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City Bna and Ezprcca Line.
For Bna or Express Line telephoB 1141, and job will receive
eeurvi to CIRL8 a raiuk-aa. w
aWelornuent aaa Uint rn-vtU 111. .,.
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f ares 1'ttlintittlon, Sf,
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preventive tuoitnitji .t .u.lii.
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happy old ace.
leeullar to the female a t, 7i-Mini,
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Baa sea 'a a reliable, aaontbty, racalattne eaedietoe. On if t arail
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S821 SIXTH AVESUE.
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