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THE ABGUB. THURSDAY NfcftEMfcER 14, 1895.
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Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. in. carries through coach to St,
LouU, passing through PekiD. IIt
ana. Sprinirticlil ami Litchfield.
Lines vast of I'voria carrj thronjrh
coachea and alwpinj? car on nijrht
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Who does not want her
wishing done in the
bortest time and neat
est wsj is hard to find.
Thoao who use
(ict the boat results, bo
cauae it is made from
uch materials that it
cannot injure the tnoit
tleiicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
Follow them and you
will iind that tou httvo
struck a pcod thin.
aSSAT ECCZ ISLAND TA3 SOAP
Softens the ikin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Hoap Makers. Book Island.
Joiin Voile t5c Co,
Sash. Doors and Blinds,.
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builder
1MSM, oat tt aa4 ItA s
Hie Terrors of Paralysis. '
OVERCOME AT LAST BY THE AD
VANCE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Tha TcaUaaaa af a Maa Wka Waa Half
Daaal for Poar Yaora Ta-Doj aa
Well aaWI Stroaaj aa Er.
(from Iht Onvtsa, A". Y, Palladium.)
DeaDita hia aixt.Rvo vor nf m x.m
intense menttl and bodily affliction, he haa
btrn oliiiged to endure for nearly five c-ara,
Mr. Theo. J. Whe'ler of awego, X."Y., if
till a fine looking man. lie answered the
rportr'B ring at the door bell and invited
him into hia ozr aittinj room, where he told
the following atory :
"It waa on the morning of Xot. 27, 1S88,
that I waa atricken down. I attempted to get
op in the morning a usual, when 1 found that
I could not use my limba or feet. At first I
thought they were asleep and rubWd them
briskly with oiy hands for several minutes,
but without result, finally I got back into
bed and aent for Dr. S.,M. Bennett of this
VI I hit.-. lie informed nie that I had auflVred
hat ia eommoni? railed a tmt r nnml.
yia. The nnmbneaa continued to spread,
aeenmpanieil by a prickling sensation, until
the en lire lower half of rav bodv, as well a
my ea, was afleeted. SIv' bowels and kid
neys rotiiseU to pertorra their functions, and
waa onjy relieved by mechnnical proem.
I wa not sati-tii-d with Dr. Bennett's dine-
n-e, and sent for Dr. Low, of Pulnski. lie
only confirmed Dr. ilennelt'a statement and
advised nie to a-t readv to die. For six
mouths I lay in bed at the home ofmy
niece, y.rn. ft. A. Ptnfitld. nnilile in h-m
over in lied, Ii.inlly, nr .1 requiring constant
attention r.nd c.ire. Finally 1 crew used to
my bi lplevncHS and would crawl out of
bed. and tri'tini nurtic.llv dressed i,M
drai m boily about thi" house, using my
iikc on in.'.ini wncii creepina, but
unulile to help mywlf in thu lcat with my
lower limli. Thvre was not the t-litrhtvst
feelin? in the lower iait T mv bodv and a
necl!cth-u:t into my afilicted pun's would
not proiliire the slightest pain. This went
on until ei'-!it months asr. ( Inc duv I read
in the WutiVia of a t'anndian gehlUman
who siiiT.TPd from pnmlvsis anl who had
foiin l relief in Dr. Williams' I'iuk Pills.
I determined to give the medicine a trial,
liefore I could hifrilly hope for results I be
gan to feel a mirkYd improvement "in my
condition. 1'ir. t my kidneys and then my
bowels bqan ua:.i, after 'a lap-e tif over
four years, to perform th-ir natural func
tions. The numbness left mv body and the
sense of feeling returned. 'This Vontinued
until the numbness had left my limbs en
tirely. Now I run jro up to the village
with one. eaue and in the house I go around
without any. It is with the trrentest i leas
nre that I recommend Dr. 'Williams' Pink
Pills to the public."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the
element necearv to pive new life and
richness to the blood and restore shattered
nerve. They ore for sale bv all drn!rists,
r may lie had by mail from' Dr. 'Williams'
Medicine Co., Scheneetodv, X. for Sua,
per uui, ur tu uoxes lor i.iAJ.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
JICE IW FALL
CAW BR 8KB AT
E. l DOHA,
The New Merchant Tailoi
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper 'House Block
And Floor Paints, '
. FRANK ILL
1810 Third avenue.
3T- 'f AvJl
off "S t p g
H M Q "
o the NationalConvention of
Knights of Labor.
ATTEMPT TO DESTEOY,TKE OEDEE
Declared to Have Been Fail ore Capital
DtsaMiauaeefl and the National Bank
Routed HfT Boycott of the laMei'a
Notes Defended Declare It a Kighteoo
HovemeBt and Ask the Convention to
Give It Official Indorsement.
Washixgtox. Xot. 14. The chief public
Interest in the meeting of the Knights of
Labor waa the addresses of General Mas-.
r Workman .Sovereign and General
Worthy Foreman Michael J. Bishop.
Much of Sovereign's address was devoted
to the alleged treachery of those who
headed the revolt against the general offi
cers of tho order during the past year.
He reviewed what he termed their "devil
ish ' treachery," and their efforts to "dis
rupt the order." Ho explained the heroic
methods which had been used to weed
out the disloyalists, ' and said that today
for the first time tho order presented to
the world a solid and unbroken front
battling for the brotherhood of man and
the freedom of labor from the thraUdom
Draws a Very Graesoine Picture.
"Labor is now between the devil and the
deep sea," he continued. "Capital has
monopolized the elements of production
and lubor is in competition with itself for
the right to live. A money oligarchy is
fast wiping out tho last vestige of individ
ual liberty. Construction by judicial au
thority is already given to law placing
all labor organizations in the category of
criminal conspiracy. Misdemeanors of
tho most trivial character have been raised
to felony without sanction of the law and
used to imprison representatives of lubor
organizations, and injunctions followed
by charges ot contempt have been used to
condemn labor leaders to tho felon's cell
without evidence of guilt or trial by jury.
l he associated bauks have declared war on
the money of the people, and tho whole
plutocratic fraternity has invaded -tho
rcoini of free government and constitu
Hi Boycott of National Banks.
He made some suggestions as to the best
methods of strqngtuening tho order, but
the principal feature of tho address was
his nppvui to tho general assembly to give
to his recent order boycotting national
bank notes its ufL-.iul sanction, llo de
nounced the ttction of the bankers con
vention held at Atlant.i and said: "After
carefully reviewing tho wreck and ruin
wrought by tho money power and the de
signs of the sound money clubs which pro
pose bonds and gatling guns for a solution
of the labor question, 1 issued a boycott on
tho notes of nationul banks, and if I were
to dio tomorrow I would declare it the
most righteous act of my life. It exposed
me unsounu money ol the sound money
advocates, threw plutocracy on the de
fensive and forced the national banks into
humiliating confession of their pre
posterous acts of bad faith with tho peo
Warna Them of Concentrated Wealth.
The address of General Worthy Fore
man Bishop also dealt with tho attacks
mode upon the Knights of Labor by tho
revolting members, and contains an ap
peal for stronger organizations because of
tho "abnormal progress made by concen
trated wealth and the fact that It is con
stantly more firmly entrenching itself be
hind barriers which every day become
more tlilticult to overthrow." He called
attention to tho evolution of machinery
during the last few years and the elimina
tion of human skill from all forms of pro-
Uuctive industry. -
. HI lew of Labor Having Machinery.
"This has gono-on," he said, "until the
typographical compositer, the. cigar mak
er, tho locomotive engineer, the skilled
worker in wood and other craftsmen
hitherto considered safe from the general
danger, have this year seen the final qui-
ctus of their hopes. In the near future
'common laborer' will be a fitting uni
Both addresses were referred and the
balance of the day was devoted to routine
business, including the appointment of
tho leading committees.
YOUNG WOMAN GETS $15,000,000.
Daughter of a Poor Philadelphia Gardener
Possessed of Immense Wealth.
Philadelphia, Xov. 14. A remarkable
romance in real life comes to light by the
sudden and unexpected inheritance of a
fortune of tlo,00J,0U0 by the 25-year-old
daughter of a poor gardener, William
Kelly. The legacy comes from the estate
of a long dead uncle, Peter Kelly, who
amassed a vast fortune in the Australian
gold fields over thirty years ago. Peter
Kelly was living with his parents in Lan
cashire, England, when the Australian
gold craze bruko out, and he went to that
land to make his fortune.
Nothing was heard of him until nearly
a quarter of a century ago his mother re
ceived word that he would soon return
home a millionaire. He did not come,
however. Inquiry was begun and the
son's story of his millions was verified,
part of the money being in Australian
banks. The family received the interest
on the fortune, which was valued at $13,
iconic time ago W llliam Kelly learned
of the existence of a will in which all of
the estate was bequeathed to his eldest
child Elizabeth. At first he made no ef
fort to secure it. Two years ago, however,
he engaged an attorney and the enor-
mous legacy will bj placed at the disposal
of the girl fsnis weeku
Jew Baiter Elected Again.
Vienna, Xov. 14. Dr. Lueger, the antl-
semitc leader in the reichsrath, who was
re-elected burgomaster of this city on Oct.
29 last and whose election" Emperor
Francis Joseph refused to sanction, was
again re-elected burgomaster in accord
ance with his announced intention of hav
ing himself elected over and over again
until the government yields its approval
to his election.
Indiana Were ayllled by Other Indiana.
Denver, Xov. 14. A special to The
News from Man cos, Colo., says: Tour
correspondent has just returned from the
scene of the killing of the two Ute Indiana
about seven miles north of Manoos. The
bodies were found in a tepee -on Chicken
creek and were certainly killed by other
Indians, presumably Vtes, as the rem
nants of two close by camps were not
CASE OF INTEREST TO VETERANS.
C'd Soldier Preference Act Fp Before Ba?
State Supreme Court.
Boston, Xov. 14 The full bench of
the supreme judicial court, heard argu
ments on a case brought 'against tho civil
service commissioners by F. B.. Brown to
test the new veteran preference act In
the case the petitioner prays for a writ of
mandamus to co:np.-l the respondents to
rtify his name for appointment as a
niemb?r of the state police, he having
passed a competitive examination and re-
jived the highest mark among tho candi
The respondents, aetinsr in accordance
w:th the vet jnins' preferonco act. certifio l
the name of E. D. Bran over that of the
petitioner on the ground that the former
wasa vet.-rau. 'i'hj petitioner contends that
tho-act of IhVj is unconstitutional and
that he Las aright to retain tho original
position nt the head of the x-ligiblo list,
and asks that tho court cumpel tho com
mis.sioncrs to restore him to his rights.
THURMAN IS 82 YEARS OLD.
Notwithstanding His Recent Serious
new tie Haa a Good Appetite.
Colcnbus, O , Xov. 14. Judge Allen G.
riinnnan was fi years old yesterday. On
account of his feeble health there was no
selebration of the event. Numerous tele
grams of congratulation were received
from prominent men. Judjre Thurman
Bras able to cut heart Uv, and soems to ho
rapidly .-hnking on the effects of his recent
cjury. The Thurman club, which lias
visited the Old Roman regularly on his
birthday for a number of years, sent a
tloral piece and resolutions regretting that
his recent affliction would not permit the
members of the club paying their respects
n person, vlic club extended its heartfelt
sympathy in his ufiliction, on! expressed
hopes for his speedy recovery. ' Judge
Thurmnn was much affected when he re
vived the kind rem mbrancj of the club.
FOUR MEN KILLED AND FOUR HURT.
Brief Detail of a Railway Wreck on the
Southern ltuad in Alabama.
Nashville, Xov. 14. A special to Tho
American from Birmingham, Ala., say 3:
Details of tho wreck on the Southern rail
way at America, Ala., discloses the fact
that four men were killed and four in
jured. The collision occurred between a
freight train and a wuri train, the latter
backing on the former without placing
signals ahead. The casualties were as fol
lows: Tony Cunniniriiam, Moses Metier,
..like Bailey and U:ve McDonald all of
tho work train killed; P. J. Matthews,
Phillip Sevrcll (engineer nnd liro:i.ia on
the freight), and Pink Wilburn and An
drew Townsend (of the work train) mora
or less injured. The dead men were in the
caixKise of thu work train which collided
with the engine of the freight and were
unable to jump as the rest did.
Record of Free Delivery Offices.
Washington, Xov. 11 A report has
been prepared for First Assistant Post
master General Jones showing that in tho
free delivery offices investigated by tho
secret ageuts from Aug 21 to the present
time the following have been found in ex
cellent condition: Illinois Lincoln, La-
Sallc, Bloomiugton, Mattoon, Cairo, De
catur, Rock Island, Kvanston, Quincy,
Galcsburg, Moline, East St. Louis, Peoria,
and Sterling. Iowa lX-s Moines, Keokuk,
and Burlington. Indiana Elkhart, La-
Porte, and Goshen. Michigan Lansing,
Port Huron, Jackson, Grand. Kapids,
Flint, Saginaw (west side), Pontine, Ionia,
Gciger Seems "Stock on Hotels.
Boston, Xov. 14 The Plaza, 0110 of the
largest apartment hotels in this city and
formerly known as Hotel Grandee, has
been sold by auction for c370,iJ0. Albert
Geigcr, of this city, was the purchaser.
This is the third big hotel purchased by
Geiger within a few days, the Mapicwood
in Bethlehem, X. H., purchased for $300,
OUU, and the San Marcj in St. Augustine,
Fla., for KOO.OlW, being the others recently
Xame Was Kuntz at Kansas City.
Kansas City, Xov. 14. In July last
William Kuntz, who was employed as
chief engineer at the Fordheim brewery,
left Kaus:is City to go to Fort Worth,
Tex., where ho claimed to have a brother
living. Kuntz came here from St. Louis
in tebruary last, bringing a .woman who
passed as his wife, and one cniM. At St.
Louis he was employed a-ftster me
chanic in tho Green Tree bram9
Drum men' Day at Atlanta.
ATLANTA, Xov. 14. Drummers' day at
the exposition brought 5,003 commercial
travelers to the city. Tho exercises con
sisted of u street parade of tho drummers
and gorgeously decorated floats represent
ing the business interests or tho city. At
the exposition there was a commercial
men's congress, at which many mutters of
interest to the commercial south were
Banquet to Archbishop Ireland.
Omaha, Xov. 14. A banquet was given
at the Omaha club last evening for Arch
bishop Ireland. Tho affair 'was a very
elaborate one. John Hush was toast-
master. The other speakers were Mayor
Ben lis, Archbishop Ireland, Governor liol
comb, J. M. Wool worth, W. F. Gurley,
Henry Estabrook nnd Jttditor Koscwatcr.
Burled Under a Falling Wall.
Newark, O., Xov. 14. By the falling of
the walls of the new Huiscy glass works,
now in progress of construction here, Sam
uel Cooper was buried In iU j debris and
killed; Albert Boss and William Brook
ins, of this city, wero seriously injured,
and Thomas Hastings and Addison Sid
dons, of Mansfield, were slightly injured.
Cramps Are Throngh with the Indiana.
PhilauelphTa, Xov 14. The battleship
Indiana bos been completed so for as the
builders are concerned. She lies at the
dock at Cramps' all ready to be transferred
to the navy uupartmeut. The Indiana ig
expected to go into commission at League
Island navy yard next week.
Another Crank at the White House.
Washington, Nov. 11 A man giving
his name as Herman Hillycr and hia
home as in Missouri was taken in charge
by the police at tho Whits House, and his
sanity will be inquired into. He said he
was being chased by a swordfish, and de
sired the president's protection. .
Hotel Company la Liable.
Dallas,. Xov. 14 A jury has rendered
a verdict for $13,000 against the Oriental
' hotel here. The judgment is in favor ot
Maggie .Sline, a servant, who sued for
52.OJ0 for being injured in an elevator ac
cident. Several other servants have suits
pending bnnaa of the as-" ffflfdfnt.
WENT TO SEE THE NOBILITY.
Duke and Dochesa or Marlborough the
Xew Yobs. Xov. 14. Tho duke and
duchess of Marlborough were among the
guests at the horse show last night. Tho
scene in the garden when they arrived was
more brilliant than at any time during
the show. The duke and his bride took
seats with Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt
not in a box, but in the first row back of
the boxes. The Astors and all the other
leaders of society were present so that
there was a wonderful display of dross.
Moreover, the attendance of the rank
and file of Xew Yorkers was great, on ac
count of the expectation that the duko
and his bride would be visible, so thjt
the horses, which ostensibly form the at
traction, were altogether secondary in
point of interest. Xo night iu the histo
ry of Xew York horse shows hasseensuch a
crowd as that of last night, and when the
whereabouts of theduke and duchess be
came known their corner was besieged by
1,003 men and women, principally the lat
ter, almost fighting for a glimpse ot the
section iu which nobility sat.
Xew York Financial.
New Yors, Nov. 11
Money on call nominally 14 per ceafc;
prime mercantile papar, 51 a' par cent.;
sterling exchange firm, with actual busi
ness in banker.- bills at 4fc8aiti'i for
d inland, and 43itliai i tor sixty days; posted
rates f&s.S and add; uuaiinereutl bills. 450',
bilver certificate 61 -4 ta; J; no sales; bar
silver. Mexican dollars, 6L
United States awvernnieat bonds steady;
newi sreg., i::i,: do. coupons. l-" 8l; a sreg.
11a; as coupons llo; 4s reg., 111I4; coupons.
lis; 2 a rog., vi; Jacino 0 3 01 aj. loi
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Nov. 13.
The following wero the quotations on the
Board of Tral-j today: iMieat November,
otx-ned a8c, close! oij-fc; December, opened
o?fcc, closed 5740; May, opened 014C, closed
62. Corn Novembar, openei 29c, closed
Sc; 1 lecemlw-r. opened -t4c, closed gc;
May, opened 2f?ie, closed 2S-?4C. Oats Novem
ber, nominal, closed lvc; Decern tier.
opened We, closed lsgi; May, opened 2u?)J2.
closed For .November, nominrtl,
closed $15: January. op-aol tJ.10,
closed Pi.l7l. Lard November, nominal.
closed S-o.45; January, opeaod tj.52Ja. eluded
I Produce: Butter Extra creamery, 22s
1 per lb; extra dairy, life; packing stock, 9
I (a lie Ev'?s Fresh stoulc. 19 j per do. Poul
try Spring chicken. Us psr lb: old hens,
6' -c; roosters, 4s; turkeys, T'iS:; ducks.
, 9f J'jic; gic ?0adoO per dox. Potatoes
i Uurbanks, Sl'i.'iJo per bu; sweet potatoes, llli-
' nois. 1.5oiU pjr bbl. Apples Fair to
; choice, l.iJ.5J. i.t b'jL Hoaoy White
; clover, 1-lb sections, fancy, ld'tlfc; broken
' comb, 10'12c;extrat.;i,o4i3 perlb. Cranber
ries Cape fjol, St.aJ34.0J pjr bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Cmc aq;. Nov. la
Iavo Stock Pricjs at tha Union Stoi'i
yards today ranged as follow; H ss Esti
mated receipts Tor th9 day 4-',JJ): sales
ranged at S2Ja.4J.70: pigs, X50aJ.tJ light,
xj.4Ji9J.4a rougn paclunj. i5Jal.tsJ mixed,
and $a.tM)$3.8J heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated recoipts for tha dav
1G,0JJ; quotations rangod at $4.60 $4.9J choice
to extra shipping steers, fi.OJi34.aJ good to
choice do., J.4aiaj fair to goji, fJ.2Ji.5J
common to medium do,, !.9jiJ.4J butcher
steers, f2.1S($iSJ stockTs, JJ.OJsJ.7i feeders.
$1.2J(93.a'J cows, t2.4Jj.6J.7J hulf.Ts, IL7.xsl.6J
bulls, 2.(Aia.2a Texas steers. west-
era rango steers, and$J.OJ$i.0J veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the dav.
ll.UUj; sales ranged at t t"j51.2o westerns,
tl.TJ(32.5J Texas. ai.VjjJ, J. J nail vea, aadijJj
The Itocal Market.
' SKAIX, STO.
Torn New, SMiiS.
Oats New. ltkat'Jlc
Hay Timothy. flS13: upland, (11; wild, $7
wtiu; biouko. i09b; oaiea, 911.
Boner rair to Choice, 17c; fresh cream.
Begs Fresh, 17a.
Poultry i'hlckena, Sc
firese 74 c.
Cattle Batchers pay for corn fad steer
SHdftac; cows and heifers, SfccttSHe; calve,
Spring laaitt, 4c a pound.
Coal 80ft, 10c.
Geo. Heinzmann. mslor ot the 82d H'lno'
Infantry, says: "I wa shot four time
dnrine the war, and bave suffered SO year
irom WOUND KHZEK ATISM. TDP-e i 'tiles
Schracre's Sl.OOO.OOO Rheu
matic Cu en eo-fpleUfly cored me, and
1 cnet rtollv andbeartilr end- m it as brii p
all it is claimed, and being the best thiog
I know of for the Roy ia Blue who have
riteamatism." 77 Fifth avouae, Unlearnt.
Major Heinzmaa haa a challenge gold
medal for conspicuous gallantry on the bai-
Guaranteed the best remedy on earth for
Tribe mutism and Neuralgia Write today.
SWAXSON RHEUMATIC CURE
167 Dearborn Street, - Chicaoo
Fold by T. H. Thomas and Marshall At
r lsner, agents lor Koct itiano.
50,000 Persons Cured.
TiUSE BATH E00U5
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., ma;
be obtained, at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
IS m. on week daya For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week daya On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric ' and Electro-thermal
hatha may be obtained at any
time during busineae hours.
Gymnasium connected with bat"
"IVC Vfiil aon Ijuuat. I'lfnjutl, Cop ,
ilker in Moot. lUir-Kil-.il V.riM COOK
'HEX EOT CO SwT Hasaalt Tenante,
Chleaao. ftl for proof, of cures.
Ul, eaeeAroe. Worst rva nrrn a AA
aa et any.- loo ah mj, - )
aTL JM1RTT sraatrm aanarrrmtlcna of Cfaatarta with tlie patrtiawc af
- y . inllllow erf peraena, Txraa.it wa to apeak c.f It w-jtbamt gwSmg,
It Is TinqnesrtirmablT the beat remedy for Infanta and Children
the sarerld haa ever arnvawTa. It la auarmlea. Children Ifhe it. It
grivea them health. It will save their live. In it Mother bava
e"raT'"g which la abaalntely aafo and practically pwfaet mr a
Cnstorta deatraye Wftrma.
Caateria allay FerorUigefla.
Caatoria prevents vomiting Soar Curd.
Caatorla enrea Piarrhasa and Wind CcHe.
Caatnrla reHevea Teething Tronhlesi.
CasrUrria eara Conatipatieii and natnlcnoy.
' Caatafia nentralize tha effect of carhanie acid gaa ot poiewfwis air.
Cartoria da wot centaisi morphiins eplmn. er otber rare otic prfsperty.
Caatoria tiaslmflate the food, regtilate the stomach ad bawel,
gtvina; healthy and natural sleep.
Caatoria la pat tap in onar-alto hottloa only. It is got Bold In hnTfc.
PemH allgw amy eme to aell yoa anything oio on tho plea, or yrotabisj
that It la jnat aa f?oodw aid
S that yon get O A - T -
Children Cry for
Made in Doe-vvah-jack,
Burns any kind of fuel.
They keep the fire all day an(l night.
Steady heat, clean and comfortable.
If you want the best, we sell it.
See the Name on the Leg.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island, 111.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J M Brroan, Pre.ldent.
Jona Cacaacaa, Vice Kreaidaot.
t OaazBAWaLT. Cashier.
Began bosines Jaly t, 1980, and occupy the
I.C cor II ItchaU Lnioe'i new balldin-
V Dp" Pedrs
taft mim C . . k. Si ffaf.
WWH jsaaaiaaswaja,w mm aa aaw aiaaaw aai ma a ai easa,, nJWVM , t.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy. Rock Island, all.
Painters and Decorators
papss Bauraziis. Gi&sjasnssa. te.
SHOP. 429 8rwataTstk EL. H0CZ ISLAITT5 ILL
8EIYERS & ANDERdON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Office and Shop 731 Twelfth street
"will aasrwei every pnrpoae.'
O - R - I - A .
Incorporated Under the
C F Lynda,
U P Boll. .
Jacssoa a Bean, Solicitor
maa aes4 a rllol. Bsoath'y, rsr-nlstlBC awdlela. Oaly tiarml
tha oreat art.s shooHt be oal. II jam want the hast, get
A A -m . - fed AT BaavSB an t i a a . "
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tobbuur Son ea abort aoOos
sal sstltfartloa taaiaati is