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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 18SR.
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Train leaving Rock Inland at 8:05
. m. connects with
The Famous Knickerbocker
Special Solid Vestibule Trains
carrying Wagner sleepers to Cleve
land (car set out at this point, pas
sengers aiioweu to sleep until 7 a.
m.) and New York. Dining Car ser
vice. Train leaving Rock Island at 2:20
p. m. connects with train carrying
wagner sleepers irom reoria to In
dlanapolis and Cincinnati.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
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i i-spot ioo oi iwentictnst.
Bock Island, III.
I Bow to proeure ANTI-WASHBOARD
r 8UAP ruWIiKB frao of ohartre:
BUT "OUB LADI" SOAP.
Cat off tht and of the wrapper,
at place named. When yoo have
W pictnras of our Antt-Wasb-board
Soap Powder, take them
to yoor irrocer or present them
Bt our offloo nd yon will receive
FBEE B 4ponnd package, worth
SAo. Wo maka thia liberal in
dnoomaat to qnickly introdnce
2zi Lady Soap and
ri.ti-T7a-hboaxd Soap Fowdor
Aad holds good nntil all wrap
para on whioh thia offer ia print
ed, la presented to us.
.Vcrhock Cu Ralston
lloap MaBwta. Book Ialand.
BEST FOR 5H1KTS.
the aaooTER a gamble co., citrn.
Notlcw ta Contraetora .
fi-aied proposals will be reccWed at Ihn tity
clrrk- olBrc. Kock Inland, 1:1.. until Monday.
Vrc 17, 1M4. at fto'cl.Tlt p. m.. for the con-tru'r-Hon
of a rtaiidpipe and f.inn ation for tic city of
Rorklrlnnri.i l., and f ir fimii'hlmr all the mn-ti-rla'-
and rinlo the work arroiiUnu to plnta and
pcrlllrallon. on file 1 1 the c i'y clera'- i'IHo.
All b:l mot lie arrnmpanipd with a rertiG-d
check nttietotm nf five hundred (i i ntl) d-ilUr-,
parab'vtn the otd r of tbe tna.or of amd city,
which Khali Ih'mmr forf. Itd to -aid cttT. In r-e
ti e hldurr -hall fail toent-r i to eonirjoi with
aot ro-cd anrctiea to i x. cute tue work for the
price mentmneil in hi bid and arrordini; to the
plana and gcclflca1i.rs in the tvent tbM tbe
contiac. ahull be awa ded to him.
Buck Ialand, III . Nor. 1.1, 1894.
A. D. lit ES1XG, City Clerk.
T. J. MED: IX, JH., Mayor.
E-tate of A' na U. Schocnning, deceased.
Thr nnder-iirned haTing been appointed rxrn
tor- of the at will no t ta lament of Anna M.
Srbnenning.lateofthrconniyof Kock l-laud.rmte
of llltaoia, docca-cil hereby ftte not Ire that the
will appear before the count) conrt of Hock 1-land
county, at the office nf the clerk of aaid conn, in
the city of Rock Ialand, at tbe February term, on
the flrat Mondav In February, next, at which time
all person having claims against said estate are
Dotincd and requested to attend, for the purpose
of harina tbe same adjusted.
All persons indebted to aaid estate are reoacs
ted to mate Immediate payment to the under
signed. Dated th's 4tb day of December. A. D., ISM.
. FRED SriiOENNINO,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, l
Rock Uiavd Cortrrr, I
In tbe circuit court of said Rock Island county,
to the Jnury term, A. D . IW. In chancer?. "
Robert K. w oodhnrn. complain. nt. vs John Ev
ans, tbe ntiknown helra or devisees of John
Evans, deceased. Nancy kr-ns. the nnktown
heirs or devisees of Nancv Evans, deceaed,
tlc'endants. Bill io quiet title.
To tbe shore named defendants and each of
them: Affidavit of your non-residen -e havlnc
been Bled in tbe office of the clork of said circuit
conrt. notice is hereby (t ven to you and each of
loo that the above named comuuinant has fl ed
In said court his bill of eomnliint asiinst you on
tbe chancery aide of snid conrt; that a sum
mons In chaceery has been Issued in said cause
against you. returnable to the next term of -aid
court, to be hmnand holden at the court house.
In the city o' hock Island, in said coumv, on the
rsl Monday of January A. ll. 115, at ahich time
and Place yon will appear aad pit ail. answer or
demur to said bill of complaint if vou see 11..
GE'lftGE W. GAMBLE, INerk.
AwaaacT A Wai kbr. solicitors for Comnl'u
Rock Island, Illinois. Not. 13, A. D. 184.
Kotiea of Sale by Commissioner.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, i
Boca Isxaao Oocktt. I n
It the circuit court of said county, in chancery
Mary Lury Hiiagtns and frank P Hngjrins. vs"
Harvey chase Uug.ins and tieorgt! F. Kotb. in
In pursuance of a decree or a lid conrt. entered
In "aid eacee on the 10;h nay i f Nnvemhr. A. 1)
1894, 1, Richard A. Ilonaldson. special comm a
toner, will on Thursday, the 0th day of Decem
ber, A D., lrfM, at the hour of two c2l o'clock in
tbe afternoon of said dtv. at the south door of
the dwellinir bonsa situated en t"e premi-es
harelnaftar deactlhed, in the city of Rock Island,
la said county, expose at public auction and sell
to the hlphe-t bidder for cash In bond the foliow
hllileatribed real estate, situated in the ounty
01 Rock Island, and siateof Illinois, towlt:
Tbe east nine ) feet of lot number twelve
(13). aad all of tot nnmcer thirteen (13) in block
number three Hi in that part of the city of Hock
Island, known aa the Chicago or Lower addition.
. Dated at Roc Island this .Uth day of Kovem
nt, A. D. Iv4.
KICDARD A. DONALDSON.
, . .. tn cial commi-stomr.
daemon I Htra-T. Solicitors for Complainant.
Chanrery 4aUee. .
ST ATE Or ILLINOIS. I
Roca Islakd CnuaTT. I
In the Circuit Conrt, in Ch-nccry
January term A. D., lsK.
Joseph McMohon vs llenry C. Connelly, admin
istraior, d. b. n. c. t. a. of tbe e-tate or Sarah H.
Cobb, decea-ed. et al. la cnancety. Bill for
Aflldavit or non-residence of William P. Wn.
Bles. Daniel Rugjries. Zenas P. Haggles, Cordelia
Psla-e. Lucy 8. Kugcles. William i. Rngzlea.
Lyuia It. Gotl. 8atnu.il D. Kogtlea, Richard M
Rugglet. Edward N. hugsles. ttarah 1'. Hiigclra,
Mortimer R. Kugglcs, Uardiner Uugsles, Lydia
Paige, Cordelia Paige, Orea Pipe, Frederick
Allen, aud the unkuowu helra and divi-ees
of riarah B. Cob deceased, having been
Sled in the clerk's office of the circuit conrt
of Mid county, notice Is therefore heiehv
given to the said non-resident defendants th t
tbe complainant filed his bill of complaint In
said court on he chancery side thereof , on the A th
day of Novemlier. I'dM, sad that thereupon a
a summons iasnid out nr sain court, wherein said
suit is now psnil'DC returnable on the first Mon
day in the month of January, next, as t bylaw
required. Now, nnlaae you. the said no (-resident
defendants above named, will am P. Kug
gles, Daniel Unities. Zrna p Buggies. Cordelia
r-atge. Lucy 8. Hnagles, William G. Ituggiea, Lv
riia It. Gott. Samuel O. Kugules. Uicbard M.
Ruggle. Edward M. Ruggles. Sarah C. Hiigglrs,
Moriimer It Haggle. UacJincr Kiisli-s, l,dia
Paige, Cordelia Paige, Oren Paige, Frenerick
Allen, and the unknown heir and dl-iseea
of Marsh B. Cobb, dereased, and shall person
ally be and antrear before said eircnlt enrt
on the S ret day of tbe next term thereof, to b
holden at Hock Island In and for the raid
county, on the first Monday in January next, and
piewi, answer or uemiir to tne raid eomplaiu-
ani s ohioi oompiaint. ine same and tue matters
and things therein charged and s a led will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered against ou
according to the prayer of aaid mil.
Rock Itland, Illinois. Nov. 87, 1MI4.
GKOKOE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Ucutt,
How attained how re
stored how preserved.
Ordinary works on Phy
siology will not tell yon ;
l lie aortors can't or
Won't: bat all tlie an me
yon wish to know. Your
an the Key to Life and
lta reneod oction . One
bare the truth. Every man who
avsl nmiu bjiwii ,1,11, IWI. Uliuaill J ,
or develop members weiik by nature or wasted
by dfseaae, auoukl write for our sealed nook,
"Perfect IrUnhootL" o charge Address
EfilE CEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
CRIME LAID BARE,
And the Perpetrators of Foul
TEL CHICAGO rLAT-JAFITOS CASE.
Butcliered Bjr Rb Awtatauir, Wmm Flee da
Belt Defease A Woman of "Nerve" eeta
What IToperty There Was oa the ftodv
rrobably Complete Taeta Cawaeeteal
with the Crael Taking OnT mt Mm Olaug
Adry Hayward'a Confeealoa.
Chicago, Doc 10. The mystery snr
routHling the mnrder of Alfred Barnea,
janitor of the Hiawatha flats, has been
finally cleared np, and Edward Jordan,
assistant janitor of the bnildinfr, is the
sonfessed murderer. The police succeeded
In getting from Annie Mahoney, a woman
with whom Barnes had at one time been
intimate, the admission that the crime
was committed by Jordan. She repeated
the confession in the presence of Jordan
and he acknowledged it correct. The
story of the Mahoney woman was told in
tt stolid, indifferent way, she apparently
feeling not the slightest compunction for
her part In the awfnl tragedy, and she
even at times laughed loudly during the
recital. Her story was that some time
ago Jordan came to her and said that
Barnes was urging him to give poison to
a policeman named Allen, ngninst whom
Barnes had a grudge, and he was afraid
that Barnes would injure him if he did
not do as he wished.
Annie Washed t'p the Blood.
The woman warned Jordan to beware
of Burtics, whom sho declared to be a
treacherous man, and told him that if he
did not take care of himself Barnes would
put poison in his food and kill him in
stead of the policeman. Wednesday night
Jordan went to the woman and told her
that he had killed Barnes in afiglit.andtuat
the body was lying in the cellar of the flat
building. He asked her to come and help
him clean tip the place. She went, and
found the body lying on a heap of coal
near the furnace. She and Jordan
strippped the body, and she took tw in
money and a watch found in the mur
dered man's clothes. She said she con
sidered herself entitled to this, as Barnes
had cheated her out of tatX). Sho washed
up the bloodstains around the place as
well as she could, and then went away, in
order to give color a story that ho had
gone to Dakota.
la a Woman with Much Nerve.
Thursday she met Jordan and Jersey on
the street and they told her they had "put
the body in a box, which was still in tho
cellnr. She went with Jordan while he
engaged an expressman to take the box
away, and then to the flat and watched
the men bring the body out of the base
ment. She laughed heartily while telling
this e iotle. declaring that "Jersey wns
frightened all the. time and did not begin
to have the nerve I had." She went with
the men when they took the Itotly away
and urged them to carry it to the Lnke
Shore and put stones in "the box so that
it would be sunk in the lake. The; re
fused to do this and lunied it in tho
street where the police found it. Tiie
Mahoney womun freely ndraitted that she
wits glad Barnes was deud. As soon as
she had finished hcrconfession Jordan was
brought In and she repented the confession.
Jordan's flea is Self Itefenaa.
Jordan admitted that he killed Barnes
and when asked with what he had done it.
replied ' calmly: "You hsve the tool,"
meaning the ax in the possession of tho
police. He snid: "Butm;s and I had an
argument over a missing bolt in the fur
nace. Uc called me a liar and rushed at
me. I grubbed the ax and knocked him
down. He never moved or spoke after the
first lick. I had to hit him, for if I hnd
not 1 would have lieen killed myself."
The balance of the story as told by Annie
Muhoney was fully eorroloratHl by Jor
dan. Jersey has also confessed his share
in the crime. The reason Barnes had a
grudge against Policeman Allen was that
Allen had been forced to arrest Barnes
owing to the hitter's relations with
THE SOLUTION AT MINNEAPOLIS.
Adry BaywarA Cornered Into Confessing;
What He Know.
Minneapolis, Dec. 10. Notwithstand
ing Adry Hnyward's statement that if all
the police officials told him wns true (re
ferring to the pretended proof the officers
confronted him with) he would still say
nothing, as he would not have his broth
er's blood on his hands, he lias finally
wenkened and confessed that he knew
that Hnrry Hoywanl had been plotting to
murder Catherine Ging for some months;
that Harry had warned him (Adry) to
have a good alibi for something might
happen, on the night of the murder; that
he (Adry) had told a friend, Ix-vi M.
Stewart, all he knew and that Stewart
had refused to believe that Harry was in
earnest until he heard of the murder hav
ing actually been accomplished.
It was the confronting of Adry with
Stewart that caused the former to own
up and the following is snbstnntially what
he told: "It must have been near Sept. 1
Harry came to me first and said there was
easy money to Ire hod in the life insurance
business, and he was going to hove some
of it. I thought at the time he was joking,
and was surprised when ho came back to
the subject often. I don't remember when
it was he told me first he had a particular
person in view for the consummation of
his plan, but I think it must be almost
two months ago. Then he spoke of Miss
Ging. I lived in the flats with her two
weeks, and might have aeon her, but did
not know who she was." Adry tried to
Induce Horry to give it up but Horry,
when Adry said he would interfere.became
terribly enraged, and Adry seems to think
he was hypnotized by his brother.
Adry's confession proceeds: "When ho
spoke of Miss Ging he told me he could do
anything he liked with her. I asked him
how, and he told me I evidently didn't
know how easy it was to influence a
woman who had got to be 90 years of age
and had got a lover of whom she thought
everything." Harry did not say he wns
the lover, but that a man who was the
l-jver of a bO-year-oid woman could do
what ho liked with her. Finally Harry
about three weeks ago asked Adry if he
would shoot a woman for $2,000. "I told
him I would not, and said I would give
him away if he didn't give up the notion. ,
He got into one of the rages that mark
him occasionally." And Adry goes on to
toll how Harry hypnotised ;hiui so that
though Adry was nut afraid of his brother
physically he was incapable of opposing
Adry continued telling how Harry had
irt -d ti induce him to shoot Miss Ging,
but finzfly went to him "aud told me ha
had a man to do it Blixt. I asked him
kow he knew Blixt and ho said he had
been looking him up nn1 hnd documents
with notary's seals attached that would
send Blixt to Stillwater whenever he
Harry raised his finger. About e p. m.
Monday, an' hour before the murder,
Harry came to the door of my room and
knocked. I wont to the door with my
wife and little boy. Harry didn't come
in. He said: , 'Have you got that five!''
I had the money and gave it to him. As
he turned to go, Harry said: 'You hr.d
better look out for yourself tonight ; some
thing is going to happen,' and then I
knew he intended to have it done that
night." And Adry insists that he was
powerless to do anything to prevent tbe
STORY OF THE FOUL CRIME,
As Declared To Be Correct by the Police
And this Is the story of the qjime as the
police declared it to be after putting to
gether the details they had collected:
They say that MissGing's insatiable greed
for money enabled Hay ward to lure her
Out on her lonely drives; that Hayward
told her a story of a gold brick or a stolen
diamond locket that could In bought at a
great sacrifice. On tho first drive they
failed to meet the man with the stolen
property, who was personated by Erick
son. On the second drive they met him,
when It was arranged to meet again on
Monday, when Miss Ginar should bring
When the time came for the third trip
Miss Ging had her money with her. and
getting into the buggy at the West Hotel
drove out Hennepin avenue, taking Blixt
in at some point near the Ozark flats. The
two drovo together to an out-of-the-wny
place on the Inkc of t lie Isles boulevard
and met ErieUson. A conference followed,
and while Miss Ging was leaning over the
side of the buggy talking with Erickson
Blixt, who sat baside her on the buggy
seat, held the pist:l to her head and fired
without a word of warning.
Erickson mennwhilo stood by and wit
nessed the affair, and after the woman's
struggles had ceased got into the buggy
with Blixt and drove to the spot where the
body was found. After committing the
bloody deed Blixt returned to the city and
disHsed of some of his clothing to Ole
Erickson. Erickson left next morning
for Iowa Falls, la., where his wife is em
ployed in a hotel, and there hnd the cloth
ing washed. He returned to Minneapolis
and sold sonic of the clothing to a pawn
broker on Washington avenue south. The
remainder of the clothing was undoubted
ly burned in the furnace of tne Ozark
But all the above is shown to be wrong
if wliat Blixt says is true. For Blixt has
now confessed and swears that Harry
Hayward was the man who shot Miss
Ging. and that he ( Blixt ) only went out
on the road where the murder occurred to
bring tho buggy hack to town, Harry
Hayward, alter committing the mnrder
managing to get liai k to the city at about
7:15 p. m. so to show himself at that hour
and make . his apparent alibi secure.
Blixt sas that Harry had tried to get him
to murder the woman, but he refused. Tho
story of Blixt the police have found, fits
in exactly as to time and place and is prob
The motive of the crime was the secur
ing of tho insurance on Miss Ging's life
and the stealing of her money.
Harry Hayward was greatly afTW-tcd by
the news broken to him at the jail thnt his
brother had confessed, but he atiU stoutly
maintained his imiocfiK-e. He snid Adry
might think he was telling the truth, but
he was not. - w
Bloody Clothing nt Iowa Falls.
Iowa Falls la , Di-c. 10 A bundle of
bloody clothing found here has caused
considerable excitement. The fact that
Ole Erickson has lieen arrested in Minne
apolis for complicity in the Ging murder
would lend color to the Sitory that the
clothes have some connection with tlie
deed. Erickson's wife and sister are now
living here, and Erickson came here with
a bundle nf clothes last Tuesday, it is lie
licved, to have his wife, who works in a
hotel, wash the clothes'- for him. His
sister says she did some washing for him,
but saw no blond on the clothes. The
clothes found here are in possession of
Chief of Police Clifford, who says he also
found a piece of carpet with some flesh
ANOTHER INSURANCE MURDER.
Chicago Has One in Which the Victim Was
Chicago, Dec 111 Sebastian Meyers
and John Goetz have been arrested on the
charge of murdering Louis Peters in ar
dor to obtain an insurance policy of tl,0JO
on his life which Peters had taken out in
the Independent Order of Foresters. The
crime was committed on March 4 last in a
saloon kept by Goetz, who is a prominent
member of the Foresters. He persuaded
Peters to take out the insurance policy
and to make an assignment of it to Mrs.
March 4 Peters and Meyers, who were
both enamored of a pretty servant girl
employed by Goetz, met in the saloon and
began to quarrel. Meyers was heard to
sny that, if he had a revolver he would kill
Peters and the police now declare that the
revolver was supplied by Goetz, who had
all along secretly fomented tlie ill-feeling
between tho men and had arranged with
Meyers that he should get into a row with
Peters and put him out of the way, so that
Mrs. Goutz could obtain the insurance.
This plan the officers say was carried out.
Too Radical for the Evangelists,
Napebville.'IUs., Doc. 10. The report
of the committee of tho Evangelical con
ference on temperance and Sunday ob
servance was too radical and it was re
committed for modification. It was also
decided that no ecclesiastical body can
control local church property except the
body holding the deed, and now a plan is
wanted whereby no local society can close
its doors against a minister sent by tho
annual conference. Tbe court of last
resort, noted in these dispatches heretofore,
will be composed of elders chosen from
each annual conference. There will be but
two bishops, one for the east and for one
the west, and both able to preach in Eng
lish or German.
lllinoia Kpiacopaliaaav 1
SPKISUFlELD, Dec 10. At tho seventh
annual synod of the 'diocese of Spring
Sekl of he Episcopal church, held in the
Church of tho Redeemer, Cairo, Rev.
Henry M. Cunningham, of Elkhart, was
re-elected secretary and John J. Cassett,
of Lincoln, treasurer. The report of the
treasurer showed that the diocese is in ex
cellent financial condition. Bishop Sey
mour read the annual address.
- ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
Tlie duebeea of Leinster, the taa noted
stistocratH! beanty of thl. generation. la
dying at X nttone of consumption. She
caught a chill at tlie duke's funeral a year
II. V. McCnllomgh, of Detroit, la la
trwublo at Dayton. O., on a charge of sell
ing the leaves of the oak, beech and willow
It is reported at Kew York that the
names of a numlter of society readers of
that city and Chicago are to be made pub
lic as having smuggled into this country
rich costunres made in Paris.
Three masked miscreants attacked Buck
Stimmerlin, 74 years old, of Buchanan,
(ia. He put np such a gallant fight that,
although fatally wounded, he drove off
the outlaws, killing one of them.
Arthur C. Brown aud Henry C. Recce,
of Auburn. Ind., were killed, and Henry
Harris, of the same place, fatally shot in a
fight with tramps in a box car on the B.
and O. at Deshler. The tramps escaped.
There is anxiety In Milwaukee In
marine circles over the non-arrival In port
of the steamers Codoras and K. P. Ran
ney, coal laden and forty-two hours over
due. Referring to the current expression
"right of the people to issue the currency
of the country" Pnrfossorr Laughtin at
meeting of tlie Bankers' club, Chicago,
said it was tho "rottenest kind of mone
On the issues of Irish home rule and the
house of lords presented by the Liberals
the British Conservatives have just car
ried the Briggs division of Lincolnshire,
and created a stir in British politics.
K. L. Burrldge, editor of tho American
Creamery, of Chicago, snid in an article
thnt Professor James Wilson, of the Iowa
Agricultural college at Ames, wanted
money to recommend a churn and now
the editor is asked to prove the charge or
pay the prefesssr Ti.n"
Running the Clork Back arm rd.
This apparently impoib'.e feat Is easy to tue
watchmaker, but more wonderful is lbs necto
mancy which makes tbe old yosng again. Yet
that is very much tbe effect Dr. Pier.e's Favorite
Prescription baa on multitudes of prematare'y
wore out, broken-down women, who seek In it
relief from tbe manifold woe of their sex. Back
ache, dragg ng pains, displacements, nans:,
functional derangemett and irregalaritiea dis
appear before iu use as by magic
For nuninf mttbers and a'.l debilita'ed and
run down women, it is the most effective rrs'.or
at.ve tonic and sootbing nervine. Hipe!e mel
ancholy and produces refreshing sleep. To
those about to become mother, it is a priccle
boon. It lessens tbe pains snd perils of child
birth, shortens labor, promatea ths secretion of
an abundance of nourishment for the child au4
sUoru ns the period of confinement.
Whea Baby was sfc-k, we gave her Caagcaia.
VCdce she was a Child, ah cried for CasCorla.
When she became Mina, she .-lung to Castorka.
Whea she bad Children, she gave t
Children Cry for
We Offer Yea Rraawdy Which
Insure- Saiety to Lite of Weaker at Child.
s-awasiaoaaw aj a. BU
k Anrr mintr cts nrrrifT- err "nuiniir
B Friend 1 aalf-rwHl bat ltttl pain, nd did
W di vzeiirKe that Wvkreni aftrwr1.
StartOftl ITI KIKh Ca.r14.MM. a BSC IB 1lAK.
iMxter Bpruisft. tmtu
Srnt by Van nr TxpTm.om ralfrf of f1..
I tH-rbotUsr. Px4. to Hoc bira mailed
Frat. told toy ail Druamw.
iiirtbiw iota say.
THE QRBAT sW..!;
TOTZBjfr-S Tne IMTf llaMMI fa U BaWraa
lar.ak7Awfi.llta unH . .. ...
oil. 3unu men will retrain their tost manhood
ana ola mt-n will recover their youthful
by mm VITALIS. It onickly and surely re-
Nthtly Kmitwions, Loet Power. FAilinc Mem
ory, Uafttin Oiseastea, and all effect of self
insanity and consumption. Inniftt cm taartnr
VlTAl Bin Atliatai rNsaa h ..-.--.1 i
Bocket, Ity mail. ft.M per package, or six for
.'' psettlv wrtttea rruarawtee ta ear
ar RTaad the money. Circular free. Address
call an juiatBi fwarABi. miiani. uu
For sale at Rock Ialand by Harper Bona Phar
macy and WUlhun Clendenin, Druggist. Bollne.
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Cfrarvaaraw TmiimT TwattMTrsgMUm.
Ctmttm. taawfjallsn th- m9mea mt saisls sattU ax mrmmimoummm air.
rtmHM t aatsM-satwam. wr stlr aarceti. yrwyot-ty.
CakStSSTris. SatnTSBf" tmw fm, tewara v. swiaaea a--,
lil-af ltaBr-T ' 1 tT-
Cmmmiim wart w. tm axis atse fcrJt-. mlT. It U mm saald la Wlh.
all, auay mmmtmwXlTmm
at tt talw-t gssi" stast''wm sarBsr ewry rmrpm-r
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Children Cry for
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
r.J ?kzl:i C3.
Hot Water Heating
llt-l 21 E. 17lh St.
Rock Island. 111. Tel. No. 1288
hole A certs for tbe Fa-aiaa.
rBmaupoBATBD cnti trb stats law
Rock Inland Savings Bank,
hOCK IgLABD, IlX.
Ovm daiiy fmai laa.Ulp. mu, aad tatarday e-v-au-g rraa T t t afchast.
five per oeat Intor-rst paid on Deposit. Money toaaed on Pemona'. col
lAteral er Real EetAte aeearitj.
r. U ITCHBIXs Pratt.
P. U mtKtmO. P. CL laaukeinn, John Cwamh. PM1 tincU, R. p. WalL L. aiaaor,
B.W Herat, J, c Buford, Joha Voik.
JacasoB Af hreaa, BorleBors.
JaVy , BOB. aad e-capp the
JOHB M. PABIUOK.
PafOiimoiJ a con
Painters and Decorators
PAPS3 BAXB.CS3. ChlSJOSSSi. tte.
ZZZr. 113 lTfstMsth Ct, 10CX IXXASS. ILL.
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 7.1 Twelfth street
3. P.BcwaaPiBt. Toa Bnunaui
Plumbers, Steam, Gao Fitters.
onae HeaUne and Sanitary Flnmbiag. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank
Shop and Residence
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, HO: S821 SIXTH AVEHUE,
Cliap ob VIm etTCtyL BOCK I8LAKD.
City Bna and Dsprcca Lino.
For Bat or Exprese Line tolephoBB 1141, aad yon will recelre
TPirrr.ina a ctpcsh. Props.
wrMh fhm yafawBac. f
-M m ssjsam-. Srf H -arltTaowt gsn
f tmr Iatfaukta aad Children
Craii-4 lika It. It
a tfcaatr Irvaaa. I at tt BBaalhera fc.y
saafc sua mrmrHcmnr, mrf mm
aJ - Al J
tkBrjr - u - Ut eJ tm .1 or pmaul.-.
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See. and Twa-
W C. DBXBBAirw. vice Trmn. i M, BCFOR9. CaaLlrr.
srinsas rotBeref Kltrfcetl LveAs't taew Mi-Mat
BEKBT A. PARI DOB
t.ensral JohMng done on short rest 'rm
aad sauaraetkn. gruraUaF4
No. 811 Third