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VOL ZLH NO 278
- SOCK ISLAND, ILL.. TUESDAY. STPTPtottj 11 io .
A SCHOONER SUNK.
The Dora French Goes Down
Kan into by the Portia in a
Peter Jackson Declines to
Sign with Corbett.
The African Don't Like the
Sioux City Offer.
O.tt Island. Sept. 11 The Steam
t r l'ort'm. from St. Johns. N. p., an,i
Halifax. X. S., tor New York, which
nrrivr.I h-re this morning, reports
that she ran into and sank the
i ln'onrr Dura French yesterday nf
trmoHn during denso fug in the
Vineyard Haven Sound. Captain
French and three of the crew were
.larkana R.ruam to Sign.
('hicado, S!pt. n ret).r Jaekson
rrfmes to sign the agreement to
ti'lit C'orhrtt unless the time bo set
I .r three cr four monthM from date,
tid tin- p'.ace be specified. The Sioux
fityi-lnh rufnses to acquiesce, and
tin negotiations are thereby called
Thry Vm Ilu lns I.lttla (lama.
OwrNMmuo, Ky., Si-pt. 1L A sensation
w:i rivaled here by an enrly morning raid
in:iil.! on a K:r.lline untiie in progress in
t!if r'iir of the Planters ilou.p. Three
i:!i,-iT Milled the room nml found Mite Se-Iim-,
of IUtulerson, K-publicAn citndi
il itti (nr ruiiKrms; J,.t,o Miackelforcl,
i.riift Ilnreti, A. S.inrki., Tliemlorp Wn-sh-lmru
unit John Wnitvra all well-known
men. Sjbree nnil ltnrcti ple.itlitl puilty iu
tin? eity court ami were lined, but tha
other cusva were continued.
Krpt I lie I'ulr 0;.cu Miifiitay.
T)anvili.c Ills.. S.-pt. U. To ninkenp
Iiiwm iluriiitt l.i-t wek, civickmI by niiuy
we.ither, the iHuvills Fair associnlinn de
cided to ktwp tho fair cp -n. TliU iolicy
ilu! not uiett thr approval of the reliiiiii.s
lv tiir.Uiird Krtiou of the community.
Tlirrtt were no nice or ftnme of nuy kind
to drawing t lie Bportiiig clement, c.iiiae
i'letitly tin! nttriulntiro was very lijrht.
Vlie ftiite rvn-tpls amounted to about $.
Shnulil Lrt Thau Itob tlie Itaneal.
Vai:i;i:s, O.. Sept. 11. K. F.iriscoe,
raohirr of a bank at Cortl.iud, prevented
A. Jtinnimr. a rich rcileiit of tlmt place,
from Ictnr, riilitwd of f 1.7(H). lluuniim bnd
liern perMiuded to draw the niouoy La. two
1,-reen khIs tneu, hut the cashier suspect
Intf that all wits not riibt delayed honor
ing the check fur a Invr mititites and thu
rK-imllers evidently realizing thut they had
bfL-u f illed Immediately fl.'d,
Slrnrk Iwlre In the Same rtare.
CnitAOo, Sept. I. Tiint lightning does
utrike the name place tiwee xomutimeJ'.Tn8
Ktinwn I y the recent storm here. At 7:M
Ji. in. the house of Nicholas (j. IV'UZ at
1.01'J it icine avenue w:w struck by liclit
v.Aiii. Hardly had the oc- iip iiits recov-rri-il
from the friglit tbnn a second bolt
(Tuck the liousu. No mm was hurt, but
Lining..- amounting to rivi was d.me.
Narrow t.rti)ie of 3Xlners.
Wii.K!'.f!;ai:i:l, l'a., Sept. 11. An ex
l lnsioii of him orcurred in No. 4 slope of
the lVnuiylvania Coal enmpany at Pitta
t'Hi. (hie hundred miners ut work had a
narrow rrac. AH K"t out, hotTever.witb
the exrrptmii of Sop- riiiteiidcnt IJrydeu,
ulioe luxly was fouad later. It is sup
posed that he ignited the pus that caused
Ilrhlr Iltown llimu by Wind.
S.:s.w, Midi., Sept. It. The Urlstol
srre't bridge, ov-r which an electric street
ear line runs was b'.uwu down during a
vmd ntnrm just as a loaded car was ap
prumdiiiu; the liridu'i'. No one was on the
:riu ture ut the lime. Chimneys, roofs.
Mini other portions of a number of mill
pi.iiits were, blown down and other casual
ties nro reported, but there were no iu
:rius to persons or loss of lif.
Slrurk Affaint Non-irnion Man.
Omaha, Sept. 11 All the coojiers cm-j'l-.vtd
in the Swift & Co., pocking houses
n; S tutu (Jimdia struck beaiuse the man-UL'-'r
refiis 'd to discharge two non-union
liieii who were employed during the re-c-iit
strike of the butchers. The strikers
ntimmiice that If the two objectiunabln
tiien are not discharged immediately all
the roi.jiers iu the other Louses iu boutb
tinii.ha will striue.
I.i.artl limit from I lie Mediterranean.
l.'ils, S. p:. II. United States Am
taailor Ihiyitrd has returned to this city
fintii the Mediterranean, where he has
teen pj,iyini a t. ip on board tho steum
. irlit tketro, beloiigiug to Sir Johu
la the Itawa Hall Arena.
f'ltirAiio, S-'pt. 11. Followiug are the
l'iusiie scores recorded: At Chicago
Ikninn Chicago V; nt Cieveluutl New
iurk 13. CieTelmid 4; ut Louisville Ualti
u.orv li, Louisville 0.
Tlie U., C. U. & X. railway will run
Imnieseekers' exenrsiona Sept. 11,
"'pt. J5 and Oct. 9. Tickets on salt
to points in northwestern Iowa,
oiithwcstcrn Minnesota and South
Iakita. at a rate one fare, plus $2
I'T the round trip. Good 2d days
fnn date of sale.
Tickets at the above rate will also
be sold to points in Kansas, Nebras
ka, Missouri. Colorado. voniin?.
l iah, Montana, JJew Mexico, Mani-
tolia. Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala
'jiiua, Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian
Territory, Oklahoma and Texas.
lull particulars will be furnished
by ticket agents. " J. MoitTtis,
(ou. Tkt. and 1'nss. At.
Cudur Kapids, Iowa.
MANY SEE THE ROYAL DEAD.
Re-aln. of Com,, V,
HdiuImi. . .
.iuea la victoria.
IXMK)N-, Sept. 11.A 1,,,. k .
persons visited the Ktm, ti..-
hist look at the body of the Comte de
1 aristae hero of the royalty of France.
All were perfectly orderly and showed
renuine sympathy with the afflicted fam
ily. The court circular says: "The qneeu
uiuca concern the news of
the death of the Count of Taris. His
royal highness was related to her ma
jesty throUL'h hi. I..e. ....u- . i .
eL'rnrh Wa,.R ln.of the prince
: IT . u,so Closely connected
to the queen, his nricle and auats bein8
near rehuives to her majesty. The queen
entertained inmm j
I . .p,.. tUD tUUDC
i i ',V"1M Tom 8lie hl"1 kuown from early
Louis Phlliniw Alhnrf r
, - , - ...vv.vu vtivnin, tumw
ue t nris, wasAhe Kramlson of the Bourbon
KinK Louis Philippe, and his death severs
one more link In the French Uourbon dy-
ii i two l,r''uches of the
me oiuor and youuKor, but in
1SSJ C.itllPt de CliRl.ilmr.l , .
suntative of the elder branch, died aud
Comte de Paris fell heir to bis claims to
the French throne. In 1KS7 all the direct
heirs of families who had reiened in
France were exiled by the chamliers, and
since then tho count had livod in England.
During the American civil war the Comte
de 1'aris served with distinction in the
ArUiV of the P.itmii.n mi lh. f..I.,
ss a captain without pay, and that fact to-
lnt ki.. a..:.t. 1. : . ... . 1 . .
i,K.i7. nii.ii uis iicrieei, ueporiinent had
endeiircd bim to Americans and iu 1S!K)
"""ii ne visneu tins couutry he was made
the honored gunst of the republic.
OHIO TOWN FIRE-SWEPT.
Many Families Made llomeleiw and Ttasl
m 51en Itiilnetl.
Massiluin, I)., Sept. 11. The little vill
sie of Dulton, located nine miles north of
here, wus almost totally destroyed by fire.
Tlie fire originated ia a stable and while
tho direct cause of its origin is unknown,
it is presumed that it was prompted by
Iran. ps takiuc quarters there for the
night. Tho entire loss is estimated at
12 ',000, the heaviest loser being the Royal
The poslniUce department nnd its entire
contents were included in the flames.
C'nnloii, .Masi!loii and OiTVille lire de
partments were hastily summoned and
responded, but their presence was of uo
uvatl, as Hiiflicient water could not be
procured to do any pood. The citizens
arc frantic wit h pri-.-f over the loss of their
business hloeks and residences, uud home
less womeu mid children aru seen on every
corner cryim bitterly. All the telegraph
wires burned down, and the only cornmnn
cauun with ths outside world is by traiu.
Knrman Horses I:urnetl to Heath.
TfUNEU, Ills., sept. 11. The famous
Oukluwu stock farm of Mark V. Dun
ham, breeder of fa mo. is Norman-I'LTeher-ou
and couch horses, met with heavy loss.
LixhttiiUjj struck oue of the small barns
in which were five thoroughbred horses,
setting lire to the barn arfitwsrmatjiig too
horses iu the presence of the farm bands.
Tney were valued at from f 1.5 0 to ii.t)
each. The total loss will be nearly S'.y.UUO,
with no insurance.
Itoth Lee Ite-ampntated.
CLKCTOX, la., Sept. 1 1. Slate Senator
Silas W. Gardner submitted to the opera
tion of havi'jg Imth his legs reamputated.
Sixteen years ago be bud both legs taken
oil I y falling uuder a train, nnd the
wounds had never fully healed, although
with the assistance of cor;; limbs he could
walk as well ns any one. The ends of the
nerves healed in the scars and caused him
much pain. Three inches were taUeu
from the right Ivj and one inch from the
left. Mr. Gardner is tiie senior member
of the lirm of Gardner, LUtchelder &
The Wheel in the Army.
OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 11. Lieutenant
Donouau, XT. S. A., arrived here on a bicy
clu at (i:lU p. in., having covered the dis
tance from Ciicyeune to this place, 007
miles, iu OJ. l-.i. nnd l')iu. His wheel
curried toe usual equipment of u private
in the tield ihree days ritiou,Springlield
rille, Colt's revolver, canteen, blanket,
tent aud thirty rounds of ammunition.
The lieutenant is satistied that he has
demonstrated the use of the wheel for
military purposes, which was the object of
Lost 0.1.0DO While Asleep.
Milwai:ki;e, Sept. 11. John OTlomke,
a resident ol Scamoru street, has lost
Jl.COtl in treasury uotes ns a result of be
ing tired and inclined to Meep ou his lawn
iustead of his bed. lie reached home late
nt night, and lay down iu bis yard und
slcpL till morning. When be went to
sleep he bad fl.no I in bills 111 his pocket.
and when he awoke he didn't have a
dollilr. Iu the nfternoon he was arrested
lor threatening to snoct his wife, whom
b.dicVea kuons where the money is.
Arreitt of a Iliaiuotitl Nipper.
ST. Lot'ls, Sept. 11.-James itryaut,
alias J. C. iVirton, wiih several other
nanus, has beea urr.-stcd hcrj lor dia
mond iiippiun". He is said to lie oue t f
the miMt expert tmeve- in this nue iu the
couutry. Jle was caught by W. A.
Kitty, a business man lure, lrom whom
lie hipped a tan shirt stud, pulliug so
hard us to get caitgitt iu tlie act. itolty
Ijainmered the Ihief uulil policemen com
pelled liiiu to desist. Lryaut tiiuie here
elstn a Musle-lax Candidate.
ST. LoLls, Sept. 11. N. O. Nelson, a
manufacturer here, has accepted the cou
gressioual Humiliation offered bim iu the
Twelfth district by the Single Tax league,
whose ietition contains 7,0tX signatures.
Mr. Nelson's platform will be free trade
aud single tax.
The Latest Charade.
My first if he wonld fain suereed.
Mils- five and keei my whole;
Mv Heron ! reiredic hec mveu
"The life of many on:;
Wt tletd 's whiit mt whole will oo,
ThV mes o'er us roll:
Jtv fnnrrn my firt won need t fill
If you will take my whole.
Tho answer U one of the best remedies for ft -...,.lo
trnuhlej ever kcowo. For lieriodical pains.
excessive Howing. probpns, heartnif :owu, iu-
aiumation. nervous beadachTS. na all diseases
rcsiiltiug from "fem le weakness."- There is
nffthieir . enod as Ir. Pieicc's Fsvoritc Pre-
scriptinn. The oi lf remedy eo cerUiu In results
Ibttcsn tie sold nnder a guarantee. Money re
tanutd it it doesn't cure.
Wild Cars Cause a Smashup
on the Northwestern.
ST. PAXIL LIMITED TEAUT DEEALLLD
Fireman Killed and Engineer and Several
Othera Severely Ilnrt - H,.w the Acci
dent Happened Mail Train on the Wa
bash Goes Into the Ditch Near Saane
man. Ilia. Dnglneer Killed Ontrlht
and Fireman Mortally Injured.
Chicago, Sept. 11. The Northwestern
St. Taiil limited passengsr train. No. 60S.
was wrecked two miles north of Harring
ton by a collision with two loaded coal
cars. The fireman was killed instantly
and four others, three of them passengers,
were seriously injured. James McMahoa
was the name of the man killed. The in
jured are as follows: A. J. Bliss, 47 ye.ir3
old, floor merchant of Boston, Mass., left
leg fractured and badly bruised; Conrad
Green, baggage master, left leg broken,
badly cut about the head nnd bruised
about the hotly; Mrs. Jeffries of Carey,
Ills., injured interna' ly and in a critical
condition; A. J. Vondreau, postal clerk,
cut about the head and face and severe
contusion of the spine.
A Fatal lown Grade.
Tlie accident occurred soon after 7
o'clock. The tracks north of Barriugton
are on a steep down grade and several
cars got loose, and, running "wild-' out of
the VHrds, two of them came to a stand
still on the main track. Engineer Stern
was nimble to see the obstruction until too
late ou account of the darkness. He
jumped nt the last fuomeut and saved his
life. The engine, mail car, buffet, smoker
and express car were derailed aud
smashed. McMahou, tho fireman, was
killed instantly. An engine was sent for
and brought the nuburt coaches with the
injured back to the city, where the train
was met by the ambulances from the
Desplaines and East Chicago Aveuue Po
' Mrs. Jeflerirs Condition Serines.
The greatest care was taken to keep the
accident ns quiet as possible. The injured
were taken to different hospitals, nud nt
the cflices of tho road information was
given out with marked reluctance. Mrs.
JelTeries was ia the bullet car when the
crash came. She was thrown violently
against the seats and to the ground. She
is in a delicate condition, ami at the hos
pital grave fears were entertained as to
her recovery. Voudreau, the mail clerk,
was also severely hurt. He was uncon
scious most of the journey back ou ac
count of bis spinal injuries.
' WENT INTO THE DITCH.
Fatal Accident on tlio Wiittasa Itoad Near
Faiubcky, Ills., Sept, 11. The north
bouud mail train No. 10 on the WabrsU
railroad was ditched when three-quarters
of a mile out of Saunemau. E. L. Miller,
engineer, of Chicago, was kiilel outright.
Oilman, the fireman, received injuries
from which he cannot recover. The en
gine, which was numbered C73, in charge
of the above crew, was thrown to the left
side, while the mail car was thrown to the
right and the remainder of the cars stayed
ou the track. Coroner Zimmerman of
this, Livingston county, impaneled n jury,
who, nfter examining all the available
witnesses, returned a verdict that they
were unable to determine as to whus
caused the accident whereby Mr. Miller
lost bis life. Conductor D. H. Powley of
the ill-fated train aud others iu the traiu
claim that the speed was not fast, but
thut the stop was mude partly by apply
ing tlie emergency uir brake, which Mil
ler accomplished before his tugiue keeled
over into the ditch.
Freight Truln Jumps the Truck.
Sr::iNi;FU.l,l, O., Sept, U. An east
bound freight train on the Dig Four roud
jumped the track three miles east of here,
piling up sixteen cars iu the wreck. Two
trumps who were stealing a ride were bad
ly hurt, one of them probably fatally.
THOUGHT IT WAS WATER.
Phot kins Accident Cauaed by 1'ulting
Gasoline in a I'ite.licr.
DlXATrii. Ills., S-pt. 11. A shocking
accident occurred at the home of John V.
SVilkins. While preparing supper Mrs.
Wilkius placed gasoline iu a pitcher to
put iu the tank. One of Ler daughters,
thinking tho pitcher contained wcter,
poured the gasoline into the collee pot to
make colTee and put the pot. on ihe stove,
leaving some gasoline in the pitcher.
Instantly both ve-sels were iu a lilnze.
The p. teher was tlnmvu into tiie yard, nnd
the blazing Vessel ignited the clothiug of
Pearl Wilkins and her little brother, who
were iu a swing. The girl was so bad. y
burned that she died. The boy was
scorched ou the hands nnd urins, and
Mrs. Wilkins, Mi.-s McCuue, and Mary
Yolk, who tr.ed to strip the iren.:ed girl
of lier clothing, were seriously burned on
the bands, nrius ned face.
Killed While Hunting lur Money.
ColXMllIA, Pa., Sept.. 11. During a
storm the house of Jacob Garoer, iu
Hupho township, was struck by lightning
aud burned to the (.-round. Mrs. Garhsr,
who is insane, bad been accumulating
money withoat her husband's knowledge,
bad her savings iu notes, gold and silver,
which were hidden in every available nook
and this lact becoming known a niimbcr
of young men began u .search for the treas
ure. They found n'oout fl.KI nnd were
still ut work wheu the guide wall, two
and n half stories high, fell. John L.
Kiseuberger and Ertiest Houghtenlierger
were buried in the ruins. Eisenberger
was instantly killed, but his compuuioii
escaped witii a few bruises.
Locomotive Firemen lit Convention.
IlAUUlbBL-iiG, Sept. 10. The fourth bi
ennial convention of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen liegan in this city
with Sou delegates. The entire day's sea
sion was given up to the reading of the
report of Grand Muster Surges ut who oc
cupies the chair.
Mother and Son Killed by Lightning.
WuiTKHALL, Mich., Sept. 11. Duriugan
electric storm here Mrs. Jacob Smith and
a son were instantly killed by lightning.
They were sitting iu the kitchen with
other uiembera of the fuuiu, who es
caped with a alight shock.
THE ELECTION IN MAINE.
wH Unofficial Itotarns Show a RepuM
enn Gain and Urmncratie Loss.
Al'cisTA, Mc Sept. 11. To rain and
general spathy is due a very light vote at
the state election. Though the Democrats
admit defeat they do uot show a symptom
f discouragement. The Prohibitionists
and Populists are not largely in evidence,
to far as returns indicate. A heavy rain
put a quietns upon the telegraph and tele
phone wires early in thejevening, but re
turns have been received by the Associated
Press from over 101 cities nnd towns, and
these indicate that the stnte has re-elected
Governor Cleaves (Rep ).?over Charles F.
Johnson (Dora.) by a mnjority which will
This is the lnrgsst in the history of the
party. The Hepnblicnns have carried
every county in the stn'e and it is esti
mated that the legislature will have a
working Republican majority of 125,
which insures the re-election of Senator
William F. Frye. Thomas B. ltied has
been re-elected to congress bv a plurality
estimated nt iOOOO. Nelson Dingley, S-th
II. Miliig.-m, ,-ind H. lioutelle arc aiso re
elected to congress by majorities ranginu
from fi 0 0 to !t,000. The total Vote will
piobably uot exceed l'O.dOX
Kctlasd. Yt., Sept. 11. Returns from
all towns iu the Sitate received by the
town clerk here show the Republican ma
jority to bo 7 310 and the plurality 2S,
oTiS. Clieiul returns will change these
figures very little. The following is tha
iinaiy.-d: Republican vote 1SJ1. 42,73r;
1KHJ, 33.4'ii Democratic vote 1SI4. !4,
SWl; lsiO, I'J.SIA Republican gain. 0,214.
D iuocratic loss, 4,S7:J. The senate is a
Republican unit and the house stands as
ioilows: Republicans, 2:i1; Democrats, 'J;
Populist, L Three towns mmle no choice.
Left of Tlit-lr Ou n Free Will.
Washington, Sept. 10. Some time ago
reports reached this couutry that a party
of Sioux Indians, under contract with a
Willi West show, had lieen stranded in
Antwerp and returned destitute to this
country. The reports are contradicted in
a communication received by Indian Com
missioner Browning from Vice Consul
Lou is Hese nt Antwerp, who says that
the twenty-five Indians belonging to the
Pawnee ltiil show left Ant werp satisfied
and of their own free will. The remaind
er of tho contract Indians were t i.K- ted
to be sent back to Dakota a Unit five weeks
after the departure of the tweuty-tive.
l'revenleu iy i runce.
IiOXDON. Sept. 11. A epecial dispatch
received here from Rome says that the
pope is reported to have expressed a wiah
to arrange the tronbles between China
and Japan, but he was prevented by
France, who feared that the intervention
of the church would undo the work
France was carrying on iu t he east.
The earlier symptoms of dyspep
sia, heartburn and occasional head
aches should not be neglected. Take
Hood's Sarsapariila to bo cured.
PUREST ASD BEST.
HALVES, I Qfc. QUARTERS, 5$.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lyndc Vug.
3 JCew Organs, worth $ 85 $G1
1 " "135 85
1 " " 115 78
1 2d-hand Organ "t. fi.) 25
2 2d-haod p.5 to
1 2d-hand Piano 75 40
1 2d-hai:d ; 125 75
One Fine Organ, almost new, worth
$100, at $70. -
One Good 7-octave square piano,
Ono Good Ortran if taken nt once,
1717 Second Ave. Bock Island.
406 Fifteenth Struct, Moline.
' mm., mw-m. riuuE riLUEs uaia.
Big Store. Blue Front.
Have You AJoney
If so, read this:
7 Per Cent Loans.
The following is a partial
list of completed Jlilt-vdf'ed
first mortgage loans on Land,
which we offer for nule, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and rccrued
interest. The; i have
beuii carefully selected by
us. and ore first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 I'tu cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
Prr J off nt
Amovnt. CV'. Timr. hturiry
$1,600 7 b yra f 5.2iK)
800 7 5 yrs 1,700
420 7 5 vrs 1,000
1,800 7 5 vrs 4.500
250 7 5 Vrs 3,000
800 7 6 yrs 2,500
1.000 7 6 vrs 2,400
1,500 7 5 vrs 4,000
800 7 5 vrs 2.000
1,500 7 5 vrs '3.500
1,000 7 6 vrs 2.001
1,400 7 5 yrs 3.55C
1,200 7 5 vrs 3.3(H)
The securities we oiler arc
especially adapted for tho
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to ail the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present his coupon to us
for collection. For further
informatioa call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. BOTH,
Supt. Loan Department
I make a specialty of repairing or
furnishing parts for any
Bicycle, and guarantee
satisfaction on ail work
If your wheel needf attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Razors sharpened on abort
DY gushing advertisements, but
for good first-class, honest
made Clothing, there is no place
THE LONDON, ft
We show the greatest line of
Combination Suits coat, two
pants and cap all to match.
Ages, 5 to 15 years.
For correct styles we are the
people you are hunting for. Un
derselling everybody on everything.
Get yonr FUR CAPF.S
lengthened and made over
in the new Fall and Win
ter styles. Sealskin coats
made" to order, refitted,
The late fall stvlcs in
LADIES' KID lX)VES
now on sale.
1605 Second A v.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunions
TRICE 25 CENTS.
This remedy is eold nnder a positive guarantee; and we will cheer,
fully refund the money if you are not satisfied with the resulta.
Different from any other, it will allay the pain instead of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, who praise it highly. We
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITz"
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist. Fifth Avenune Pharmacr,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
For sale at mil shoe stores.
H. ' EM
Impossible to miss the place.
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