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THE ARGUS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1895.
To WHOM tT MAT WN'CSRS:-!. Jams McCtrtney,of oer city, baa been Kiting me the Fal
lfrti.ii iivj rm.c :on.uminion t.'iire for .boot Se week, and lam pleased to ht I bare been
vrr.ll. Iul,.''iirll l;..r re I bstfaa this teea ment I ejonl I eCarcelT fM unnil t umllr Mot Imk.
f-iet in lied 111.4I ilil ir"t P '"I'll after o'clock. I had conube aad iw.au with severe tains in
nir loni'K i.t '--It Vf'T Unauld anil ink after coughis.;. aim .pit spa treat qaaotity of parnlent
inaiur. . . I en-lr " k d-n town and Uk. my treaimants. I aow arise at S o'clock; cooh not
n-ar an mur', : -pit up vtry li't.e matur; mr lungs an now f--ee from pain and I 1o not bare tuoa.
all-gone h.,;ii:iI r!n.ir.if frelines I need to bar.. Io fact, I feel far beter Iban 1 bar. forMT.ral
yum. AHh.Hi-ii i o"o unuer ireauneni onjy
I i mi vt niM. most neeruiy auvise
laklni: the K..II' rton i onsom rtlnn Cure 11
wtio bar iincucrtl int aicjo. lor nearly l year..,
W. J. Hart, 122
Mr r:i . 1 tt..
Glove and Fur Store.
1605 Second Av.
Who does not want her
washing clone in the
shortest time ami neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who use
i't the best results, bc
rauso it i.-i made from
Kiirh materials that it
cannot injnro the most
delicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
Follow litem and you
will tiud that you have
struck a pood thin;;.
"?2EAT EOCK ISLAND TAB SOAP
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Snap Makers. Bock Island.
EE1H J. Mill,
13 uy. Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your I'atrunago is Solicited. .
Office lHJt), Second Av. w
Harper Hooae Block.
TBI BATH flOQUS
Hath of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, eleetro-thermal, etc, may
bo obtained at the Sanitarium
Hath Kooms, on the first floor of
the Harper Houso.
1 tor L.aaies rom 9 a. m. to
T 2 m. on week davs For Can.
llenten From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
nvwetx unye un sunuays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Ktectric and Electro-thnrm.l
baths may be obtained at anj
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with btU
I cent r Hi rx jiyimni irr a nvn
ih trade Acane
ou approval. Wo
TlToa and proves
t v,..rv a.-rn' cnul tJbl b.crclo anlTO
Ycunsr. Ladies 'TSSS
1 If bom cr elris arnilytbrTDraatbamnUnaoai
tiuucdud. Writ, for particular.
ACMC CYCLE COriPANY.
Davenport. Sent. 9. 1895.
aoont ooe mootn. all my frieada eaa notice nt
an persona who have long trouble, not to put off
this city by Dr. J sates McCartney,
East Eleventh Street, Davenport.
partis Opera House,
Wednesday, Oct. 2.
Spec! .1 Appearance i f tha
GARRICK BURLESQUE CO.
Direct ftom tbe n.rr e Theatre. Niw
Yoik, prt-ccmioz Herbert A Porraer'a
Tho Or'g'n:ICut. Special Scenery and
Trice f 1 SO, 1, 75c, 60c and 25c. Free Hat ens
S( at sale Mondty morning.
Notice la hereby (rleen that the undersigned
baa been a' nointrrl aeafirneA of the Knr.lt Island
Heating and Plumbing cnmpuiy. and all Den .na
hn din any cla m or claima against com
pany are brrehy notified to preeent tbe line to
me or io Anair rietant. my attorney, under
oath or affirmation within three raouiha from
thi. date, whether raid claima are do. or not.
All persona indebted to .aid aenicnor are ra-
quearea to maae prompt payment or the aame.
Dated Sept '.
THOMAS B. DAVIS, Aralgnec.
Aaat PLia'ajiT., Attorney.
Iirtate of Joaeph F. Blorhltnirer, Deeeaaed.
Tne nnderalrned havlna been appointed ad
ministrator of ibe estate of Jo-euh r. Ulochlimrnr.
lata of tba eounty of Rock Island, a tain of
Illinois, aecaaaea, nen oy gives notice that h
will appear before theennntyconrtof Hock Island
county, at the ofCce of tbe clerk of said court, in
the city of Hock island, at the December tr no . on
the ft rat Monday In llecL-mber next, at which time
all persons bavinir claims anainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend, lor tba porpoet
ui iiKTiua; me etime aojuausu.
All persons indebted toaaidesttte are rencest
d to make in mediate payment to the ander-
lated this 2:11 day of SepUmlicr, A. T 19S.
FRANK W. DUMhLIVOBK.
Administrator with tne Will Annexed,
STATB OF ILLINOIS,
In the clrciiitVonrt, inchancary. Forecloitre
1'ascal B cer.her vs. Anna H. Anthony and Frank
Notice l hen-br ffiven that be virtue of a H
cree of said cnrt. entered in the aoovc entitled
cause, on theMi ayf Septemhrr. A. D , ls'J.", I
shall on Satmdaythe td day of November, A. D .
IMA. at the hour of I o'clock in tbe alt. rnoon, at
the front door of the court houe. In the city ol
Koca Island In said county of Kock Is'at d, tn
satirry said decree, sell at public vendue, to the
hlchert and best bidder f Jr cirh in hand, that
ceitain pari-elof land, sltu'te In the county of
rtoca imidu, ana siaie or Illinois. Known ana
deacrined a fol'oas. fo-wtt:
Ut numtx r t ine () In block number ore (1)
In Rronk'a audition to fie ci'y of Knck Islm 1.
Dated at Fock Island, Illinois, this 3d day of
BepteniDvr, a, af., ivo.
EI.WIS K. PARMBSTBF.
Ma-tery In Chancery, Rock Island t'o'.nty. 111.
McEaiRT A McBKinr,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Hoc a Islasd CODSTT, I
In the Circuit Court, in Chancery. Foreclosure
general sio o,biu.
Tbe Home Building and Loin association, of
Clara Rosalia tfathilde Kaatne. Carl Robert
Kastner, the Kock Island Brewing corapane,
John Spi (ri-r. Joaenb J. Lercb and Joaeub B
Greve. partners as Leicb A Greva, H. F. R ram
mer Manuracturing- company and Bean
Notice Is hereby cen tat by virtue of decree
of raid court, entered in tb. above entitled cau.e.
on tue imn nn oi duly, A. u , iMia, I sliall.
on Saturday, the 19-h day of OctoScr. A. U., iwe.
at the hoar of 1 o'clock io the afternxm, at th -north
door of tbe court honae, in the city of Rock
IrUn-1, In aaid county of Hoc a Island, to satiafy
said decree, sell at r.ublic vendue, to the hivhuat
bidder for cash that eeraln parcel of land,
situate in the county of Rock I.land and s'atc
of Illinois, known and described as follows.
Lot nnmherone ID In block namlnroiis .11 In
Oliver s third t3d) addition to the city of Kick
Dated at Kock Island, ri!lni, tb la 17. h day of
ovpieuiDcr, a. a, i . i
ELWIN K. PARMBNTEP.
Master In Chanct ry, Uock Island Count . III.
Jacaauf A Bi-imt. Complainant's solicitors.
H pacta I Asaeana.nt Notice).
Notice is bereny elven to all persons Intcn a'ed,
that the cily council of tne city of tock Island
baviag ordered ibat:
A aystem rr sewers be const roc ed in tie Sixth
ward on Twenty-seventh, Thirtieth and Thirty
second streets, and sifth, Seventh and Elgbtb
avenoes, and the alleys through Harper's second
addi Ion. General Hodxan's addition, Warner'a
and Kroeger's subdivision and Dodge's adiiitlon
Tbe ordinal ce fur the same h. lag on file tn the
odlce of the oit clerk, said city has applied
to tbe county court of Hock Island count. In
the e'-ato of Illinois, for an aae.sair.pnt of tbe
coat of said imi rovemei.t accord inz to bene
di; and an assrafm.-ntthor of biv ncneen made
and returned to sa'd court, the final ba arin?
t hereon will be beld al Ihe October term of
said court, coalmen log on th Tin day of Octo
ber A. D.. 18!.
All person d- airing may then and th -ic ap
pear ai.d make their drfenre.
Dated at t ock Island, Illinois. tM SBth d of
September, A. D., ISUTx. James Hlaisoill,
B. F. DcGaaa
CHinr.E, Bt ronn.
veax r.:ci TM22 vi::"uj
.. i'-imt. IB-Dan. vamt.
fiuVrf"y rxl qnlrklr. Cares when a"
IL'i-Tonn M gain Ion manbuod: old
E?2If20Jet.Tua,n,"' leor. AkMhitelyOgar.
l!?C5"'T' S'y ralaalMa, let Power,
Falun., MeaMtrTTVavatlas Bla-
inaiacrfTtim. a-ard. nrfhu..!.. BMi te..rtL
US? ii!?".'n'P0 wurthlosaaohstitute oa
ISf-p?r NEkVIOSa. or aend for tt.
iT? ati T SS'S.l0 To'P!?cie.. ITcpeJd plain wrap.
Erfv J".- or O .,r SVS. with A rrillra
BMtCV. lXIIlDhlrl fnut hlvaU t - - a - -
aaww j ana m uuf aa.y.1 am r. M Taaejat a.
S.IJ h. ST a. I
HIS NABROW ESCAPE.
A METHODIST MINISTER'S EXPERI
ENCE WITH INDIANS.
B. Waa the Sot raweangar la StaaTW
That Waa Attacked Thm Driawr Waa
Killed, snasl th FreaaelMrr Atteaafstaal to
Taka Has Plaea A Lawky Taaabla.
The CherenDes and Kiowas were on
ihe warpath in 1867. Stage stations
were attacked and burned, telegraph
wires were torn down and thrown into
wells, and all regular communication
on the over land trail was abandoned. It
was the duty of Captain Powell to estab
lish the stations, leaving a guard of
two or three men at each, and to push
on toward Fort Lupton. The country
was swarming with Indians, and small
parties of white men moved only under
great peril. At one point along the river
the command met a stage, which pre
sented an amusing sight. On the top sat
five men, armed with long guns and re
volvers, while from the inside peered a
woman and three children. The captain
persuaded the party to place itself under
his protection, as a coach had been at
tacked the day before and the driver
killed. At the Wisconsin ranch the
coach and the dead body of the driver
were brought in. The lining had been
cut out and tho woodwork was riddled
with bullets. The savages had torn open
the mail sack and distributed the let
ters over the plains, after tearing them
open as if in search of money.
The next day at a spot called Living
Springs, .40 miles north of Denver, a
long, lank individual walked into camp.
The stranger called for the officer in
command and was conducted to Cap
lue man introduced himself as a
Methodist minister from Denver," said
Colonel Powell. "I asked him how he
happened to be so far from home. Ho
replied by saying that he wanted to bor
row a gun. 'If a coach comes through,
said he, 'I want to go along and kill
souio of those red devils that were after
me yesterday. ' I asked the man to sit
down and tell his story. He did so, say
ing that he was in the coach whoso
driver was lei lied the day before.
looked at him in astonishment, but he
told his story iu such a straightforward
way that I believed it Ho explained
that tho day before was quite warm,
and after dinner he had pulled off his
coat and boots, and being the only pas-
sc'iarrr in the coach had stretched him
self across the scats inside and gone to
sleep. His story went as follows:
" 'I had not been napping very long
when I was awakened by the most in
fernal yelling I ever heard in mr life.
I looked out the window and found that
30 or 40 Indians bud attacked tho coach
and were pouring volley after volley
into it. The driver had turned the
horses, and we were making remarkable
speed toward Godfrey's ranch. A shot
struck tho driver, and he fell off tho
" 'Then I thought my ouly chance of
safety lay in reaching the boot and get
ting hold cf the lines. I climbed out of
the door, crawled into tho seat left va
cant aud discovered to my dismay that
the lines had fallen between the horses
and were dragging on the ground. "
Continuing his narrative. Colonel
Powell related the story as it came from
the lips of (he minister. The Indians
continued their frightful shouts, and the
terrified horses plnnged forward at a
paee that threatened to wreck the coach.
Tho minister climbed down to the
tongno of the coach and mode a wild
grab lor the lines. At the same moment
the coach lunged across a gully in the
sand which had teen formed by a storm
the day before. The minister lost his
hold and fell headlong into the wash
out Tho coach passed over him, and a
moment later the pursuing Indians
da&hcd by on horseback after the coach
Tho minister lay perfectly still for
several minutes. Then he peered over
the plain to see that the coach had been
stopped a short distance away and was
being robbed. The minister saw only
ono means ol escape. Tbe Indiana
would certainly return for his scalp,
and his only safety was in a bold dash
for the Platte river, several hundred
yards away. The river was wide and
swift, and ho might succeed in crossing
to the opposite bank. The project was
carried into execution. In his stocking
feet the white man made a dash through
800 yards of cactus. Two red devils
attempted to head him off, but the
thoroughly aroused minister of the gos
pel far outclassed the natives of the
plains as a sprinter. With a prayer
upon his lips he plunged into the muddy
water and reached a small island in tbe
center of the river.
Looking back to the shore, what was
the astonishment of the man to see two
strangers, apparently white men, stand
ing aud beckoning him to return. The
Indians had retired, and the two new
comers were officers of Fort Lupton,
who were returning to the fort after a
hunting trip along the river. The min
ister swam to shore and was escorted
to a place of safety.
Colonel Powell remained at Fort
Lupton for several months until the In
dians quieted down and danger had
passed away. Then ho hauled down the
flag and abandoned the post, marching
to Denver in order to cross the Platte
river, on his way to Fort Laramie. At
that time the only bridge on the Platte
river between tbe Missouri river and
tbe mountains was at Sixteenth street
in Denver. Denver News.
A larpe number of the millionair!s
who constitute tbe plutocracy of Aus
tralia and who practically rule tho
roost out there are, if not ex-convicts,
at any rate the offspring or descendants
of individuals who made tbe trip out iu
manacles and who left home for their
country's good. This is one of the rea
sons why colonial magnates no matter
how wealthy, generous and respectable
are always looked upon with a certain
degree of .raspicxan. Chicago Record.
WHEELS FOR THE POLICE.
A Plan to . JSaanat Pavaaaaart Cop ye re
Chief Kessler, of the Davenport
police , force is agitating among tbe
aldermen over there the idea of pro
riding certain of his men : with
wheels. Not that some of them are
so abundantly so equipped already.
but that he believes efficiency will
be attained by providing a few in a
tangible and physical way. The
Democrat says of the proposed inno
Chief Kessler has been working
some oi me aiaermen, ana ne pro
poses to work some more of them. In
tbe interest of mounted police for
this city. It is not proposed to put
a patrolmen on a ramping charger,
with a cowboy's saddle, a carbine and
a lass, but to place him on a modern
aign grade bicycle.
- I'aad Uaawhera.
. "Tho bicycle is used in this way in
a gooa many places, in tturlmgton
two or three vears ago the chief of
police was himself a crack rider. Io
other places there are two or three
mounted men whose business it is
to get over the ground quickly when
tney are railed for. v here tbe ex
periment has been tried in a rational
and sensible way it has resulted sat
isfactorily. It puts an officer on tbe
scene of war in a hurry, and does so
noislessly. It relieves his feet of a
good deal of needless walking and
running, and keeps him fresh. It
enables him to cover more ground;
or to cover a given amount of ground
oftener. and it has other advantages.
It is a scheme with enough, stronsr
points. Chief Kessler thinks, to com
mend itself strongly to the council
and he has ardent hopes that he will
be upheld by the council in it, and
that tbe wheels will be ordered. The
spectacle of the staid, sober, heavy
weight policemen of this city break
ing tneir necks and the injunction
against profane swearing while learn
ing to master their vicious wheels
will be a show that will stand almost
any admission tbe city may please
to cnarge lor it. ihe treasury re
serve can be raised away above low
water mark by hiring a hall and giv
ing tnis exhibition under a reason
able scale of prices."
The suggestion may be made that
after the Davenport police learn the
ways of the bike, the stringent or
dinances over mere will be rigidly
enforced as to the blue coats as well
as others, t o the end that they may see
bow they like them, and who knows
that Kock Island may not profit by
naving some oi us alleged policemen
mounted. Good thin?;. It would
aid in pushing them along, and be
sides people mignt tben be. able to
see some of them.
Wednesday nis-ht at the Bnrtia
the reigning New York success.
Thrilby," will be presented by the
tiamcai uunesque company. Ihe
engagement is for one night. As
one would imagine, "Thrilby" is a
burlesque upon Paul Potter's olav.
"Thrilby." How successful the skit
has proven, is best illustrated by the
leugtuy run u enjoyed in Kicnard
Mansfield's Garrick theatre. Nw
York. No burlosque since the davs
of "Evangeline" has met with the
hearty approbation of New York
theatre-p-oers as did Thrill.v "
"Thrilbv is not a vehicle for h
forms and pyrotechnic music, but is
i i . . , . .
an oiu issnionea ounesque, contain
ing many songs and quaint quips.
27 Swan V. Hokinson to L. F.
Baas, lots 5 and C, block F, East Mo-
line Heights, f70.
John Wilsenholm to Charles Lamb,
nj. nw, swj and swj, nwj and swj.
nw,. swj, nej. , 20, 23. 18,800.
Licensed to Wed.
28 August Eley, Miss Mary Edd,
Where Did I Uet This Dreadful Coach?
No matter; the question is: How
shall I get rid of it Use the Pineola
Balsam, a soothing combination of
the remedies nature has put up in
tne pine ana otner Daisamic trees.
It cures the inflammation and tick
ling in the threat and if taken in
time will prevent the spread to the
lungs. Ely's Pineola Balsam is
strongly recommended in cases of
asthma. rwentv-hve cents is the
price. Tell the neighbors about it.
Trmtha Tersely Told.
"Folev'a Honev and Tar la n nt
the standard medicines nasi) in ila
Work in ir Woman's Home aaanoi.tinn
at 91 Smith Penria at root ChiraaA rt
uk. jslixx. Med. Supt.
"Folev'a Honev and Tar cm vpi Ihn
best satisfaction here."
C. F. Bickhacs, Roseland, 111.
"M customers call for Vnlsr'i
Honey and Tar when wan tins' a food
cough syrup." J. H. Klssb,
For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
Misses Dec ock and Hess wish to
announce to the ladies that they are
now ready to do all kinds of plain
and fancy dress making at reasonable
prices by Madame Kellop-tr's svstem
of French tailoring. Rooms over
Hess Bros', grocery, 1620 Second
MHaoaaaolas Kara rata.
Onlv $9.13 to Minneanolia and re
turn Via the Bock Island & Albert
Lea route. Tickets on aala at th
C. R. I A P. ticket offices Sept. SO
to jci. a. inclusive. Keturn limit
Oct. 31. Two through trains dailv
in each direction by this route.
Children Cry for
Hard wood for sale at McKown's
If yon want a pure, wholesome
drink call for Carse Ohlweiler 's
Rev. T. W. Grafton departed for
St. Louis on a week's business trip
The Parlin A Orendorff Plow com.
pany is about to abandon Canton.
Has East Moline designs on this in
Scott county republicans Saturday
endorsed F. W. Smith and E. Muel
ler for tbe representatives, and nom
inated E. G. McArthur for sheriff,
John H. Goering and Monroe Ebi for
supervisors, C. E. Sheriff for sur
veyor and Dr. E. S. Bowman, the
latter of Rock Island county, for
coroner. The formalities wero en
tirely empty as are the honors be
stowed upon'the nominees.
Matters of a legal nature relative
to the removal of the head Woodmen
offices from Fulton to Rock Island
were more thoroughly discussed at a
meeting of the joint committee
Saturday evening. The refusal
of Mrs. C. B. Kinyou to renew the
option held by Walter Johnson on
the Sixteenth street property, held
as a probable location for the offices,
was also reported, Mrs. Kinyon ex.
plaining that she regretted the move
in ever allowing an opticn. Mr.
Johnson had secured an option on
the Rasmussen property, on the cor
ner of Fifteenth street and Third
avenue, at the same terms.
Reference was made In Tm Annus
of Saturday to the building for
which Dr. W. J. Harris, of Chicago,
let the contract that afternoon to C.
J. W. Scbreiner. The new structure
is to ba erected on the north side of
Second avenue, near Twentieth
street, adjoining Mr. Case's new
block, is to be of pressed brick, two
stories high and will cost, as stated,
IG.500. There will be three 20-foot
storerooms, 38, 4-1 and 56 feet lengths
with flats above. The excavation
for the building was begun this
morning, ine enterprise shown by
Dr. Harris in following the laudable
example set by Mr. Case thus builds
up what has heretofore been an eye
sore in what should be an attractive
part of the city.
Hard Coal Market.
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
nas been lor many years, and this is
the best time to lay in your winter's
supply, uaii on E. u. t razor for
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
"I Was No Good on Earth.'
Dr. Miles' Nervine strengthens
the weak, builds op the broken
down constitution, and permanently
cures every kind of nervous disease.
A bent one yearmg I tram mffUcte
sriils sir rroef ante, efcepleaaneata
f"rcrj.3tT orataaf feat sa y Ira;
Might tnlpttatiott mftap heart,
Serious torn or lapse of sstcaHaru.
Weighted doers trffJa- rare asset
worry I completely lout appetite
And felt wur viialitu tcenrtma out,
M sew anestfc, irritable au tirrd,
t weight tram remJuced to MOO osh,
In fact I team no ooom on earth.
A friend brought
me Dr. Miles' book,
"New and Start
ling Facts." and
I finally decidde
to try a bottle of
Da. Miles' Be
Before I had taken
one bottle I could
sleep as well aa a
lO-yr.-old boy. My
rTliejs I ha taken the mLrth bottle
Ku weight increase to M7B bm.,
The mentation tnmu legs teat gone;
Hv nerrcm mteadie completely;
Mw utcutorg warn full rcctore.
Mv brain acrsn ed dec rerthan etrr,
X felt nmgooaammuv mtanon earth,
Itr. Mile Hemtoratlre, Kerrine im
A. great medicine, I aomura gomu
Augusta, lie. Walter B. Burba a a.
Dr. Miles Nervine la aold on a positive
rnarantee that the first buttle will benefit.
All druRKlsta sell itatd.S bottles for IS, or
It will lie sent, prepaid, on rorvipt of prica
by toe ISi. Atilea Medical Oo, Elkhart, Ind,
Dr. Miles' Nervine
like the lady's, is faultless, because
it is made to order by as. Oar suita
always show the absolutely correct in
style, and are examples of wbst ar
tistic tailoring can accomplish. No
matter whether it's a business outfit
or an evening suit, our creations
have a quality about them that's all
our own and commands the praise of
good dressers generally. Only high
class tailoring can make the attire
what it should be.
- F. C Horn, the Tailor.
U;l Ppw- emirs
l1 . This
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 East Second street
1 a9Vn af
tension out of
t. : .. .1 . . r . i
awiuua ui uircau.
rVnJ sic. and receive
"ctf, wruirr wua iMMjtufta ior your machine, (resale
woumoaodaii Inainicllee boo un thread and aewlnc. Free.
a. vs. iiy fc-j
WnJJMANTIc THREAD CawmimMticnn.y
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Konsy Loaned on Personal Collateral or .Real Estate Security.
J V Buroan, President
Jona Crubauuh. Vice President.
P UutiiwiLT, Cashier.
Began bush-ess Jnlyr, 1890, aad neenpy the
8. E. cor. if ltd all Lynde'a new building.
JOHBT M. PABTDOaT.
PAnZDOEJ Q GOIJ
Painters and Decorators
FAFE3 aUXaZ3, GOHITOS, ito.
SHOP, 419 atomtMath EL. SOCZ XSIASB. ILL.
IL t IcJAVITT
318 Brady Street.
The Boston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to the
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their offiee, are received as
a credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
fEnnUCT TCET8 WITBSUT Mil
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and Bridge work a specialty.
Sec Our' "Prices.
SHrer Plllinz. SO cents aad up
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Boston Denial Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
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Is prc-etniimitly the best spool cotton for hand
owing or machine aewinir. It is the tinmvrst
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or ravels; is always uniform iu quality, thickness
uu siivugui. it never breaks itsclt or breaks the
needle never puckers the scams or throws the
order. It costs no more thou poorer i
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