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TCL. XIJV. CO. 155.
SOCS ICLAUD, JUL, MONDAY, APBEL 20, 1BS3
i riUrtlA WINS IT consecration of a bishop.
Plct of Holding the Demo-
DATE FIXED AT JUIE 23.
airiea t iHloa mf the I lata Ceatral
Cosaltee la Chleaco Today-The Baafcj
f Hsrsssatatlew b oa the Tate
Chicago. April SO Tba demo
cratlo state central committee met
her today aid fclected Peoria as the
piece of holding the state conven.
tioo by rote of 21 to 9 for Spring
Meld. The date wu fixed at Jane 25.
The bests of representation of del
agates In the convention will be
based oa the vote of '92, which will
iaenre a large'y attended convention.
OJL MURDEff AT CHICAGO.
Joha r. milk Hilar kyOma ml m Gaag a
f It Moi.
CniCAo April ) -John F. Smith was
mifrdorwt intanlay afternoon at hi. plan
of business, 61 Market street, by a gen, of
mon, wro made their esdapo. Hie firm,
Parrk. Smith As Po nati-r.ra 1.
rUora, hal trouble with their painters
mm winter ana a strike resulted. The
.illig woe very bitter, and the amault U
- . , .1 ... . . - ... . A
iipxjDu oainorrsui:. in. liro nion
Vfhlll Into tha mtalillahfrtnot. .nil mttr
afow mnnants' tnlk about work, cm of
fhem UkM if the firm employed only
union Moor, nnut rinltn ham waa not
hoarvL ajid the men loft
A garvg U roofers at work nearby
wMIh raff na dinner about tbla tlnio was
JUhbI by Ova mw. Ona of tho men got
TU In a short time afterward and went
Into a building which waa In process of
ennarrn.-tion ru-jrtiy and obtained a piece
at onelneh gn plpo abuot throj fori long.
Ho Clfflia CMlt rUI I mi at .la n
pnprr fr.m ono of tht roofora to wrap U
1 t . L . - . .
iKiumim notions a can oi nrer.
Kborily (u that hinith waa rnrclea.ly
loaning against tiio rullliiii whlrhcncloars
th4l .llfl.ff,f t !u at,. L..IU. Aa 1. I -
- . -" - - - m " . v. ma
lim-Tuninl when a man err pi up bolilnd
Mm and KlINd him with a blow wlib a
plifn of ioa pipe.
J hn liven, ifm fitter, was arretted
mor 117 ni.i police ami tha proof, while not
taiti.lu.lTn hy any mean, la strong Uiatha
Wo thn mnn who struck Mia mwardly
and f.tUl blow. Other ore held on stl.
tHrioti and thn la,ll.. fiVra la
a i.ru' unturiK-d to brln tb V-naisln. to
LEA0ER3EACH DROP A0AME.
Jlma llall r.JprU firow CalrM ar Tlrad
la) aa(nttfaya Coataala. "
CliL-Ain, April m For two Any i4z of
tho Ltviiie b.vw fmll club, ttiod at tlio
ImnrRtnoo of 1.0X1 and 011 tha thlil
lriipril to .If if, bonMiw they worn oitliur
ir nrnaa r (avrntipe Vrr wt-ra
Kn.ni, irtil:!! tmiH t.i 1or" nil tbo
lithmra U Vm opoiiltiff wcuk. Tho folhiw
JM tilf h"W. how tha Rnma cuino out
fr thq bir e.iyi t tho ioaon ;
r llurd. Won. Lmt (r..
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l.laltlmw. A 1 t St'
L.nrtTllhi I'M Jt,i
KiiDuwIn uru tbo hxxo lall
t".riM Sntiirtlafj At tliKlnim'l Pittf
Imril, ClnclnnnM r); at lnilarllln C1il
C itr-.-'V faiuNTUIn 1; nt I'hllml-lphl.i U.MV
tiu 1, rhllodfJ'.bia II; at Wanttlnirbin
Niw Writ 7. Waahlnutfin ; at !t. linli
( l.-n-l vi l U. M. Lout I; at R.ltltnoro
Itna.Rlyn a, Hilttinoro 0; (Sutiilaj) at
I'liuliiiintl lamlivilKj a t'kuiinnntl 1J;
t St. ljiL C'hianiru 9, rt. L-uki 10.
PERRY HEATH LEAVES JOimNALISM.
"II. Ilia fntamt la Tha Comma ratal Ca
irtta aad Will Taha a llrat.
CltcilMATl April Tho ConituercVU
0:itN. nwtk4 tho following announce.
Ub-nt? "Mr. ivrfy H. Itcath, who fur orcr
two yoora hiw bacn pmldonl and irpncral
ruoanijif .4 Th.i Comnifrctnl Uaxctto, hot
Id hi. Int. pa: n thla company and ha
rwlnl ami mtlivd frura U10 director
and uiAnrttp'mpiik For more thai twontr
yaare Mr. llot'Ji haa bw-n actlrply end
oputntly ohk.uaM 111 ijurnalUnt, end
U'fora rorntPTtnit btiinra. ho will tako a
rnng antlrtpatcd and nmrh needed vara.
fUm, during- which time hp will devote
aoma altuntivo to bla U-iiM. real estate
and otiier tntcrrata lM.atr4 Id auroral
Tba aftnonnceoiepl tlvn rompllmenU
Heath on hU .uccs to imtnr.ginit yio pa
per and the niany linpiMrrnjunta he haa
mala In II In every way, and wlahea hbu
hralln, btpp'ncaa and prosperity, jjj aj,.
puainir of ba UiUmW. m The Comm.rctal
Uaai'tta bo almply took edvantuca of op.
raiKui.ltl.w to maU a bandaome protlt
andla4 a reaplw from activ buia(
ami to Ktva attention to Ma cxtentWa aud
varied private Intarcata
llawaa Katajfjlaaa a lareaaaad Maaabea,
U'A'iriMuTot, April SO. Tha hoiiMpald
tribtita to tha memory of the lata Roprw
arnutlve Cuffvwall of Maaaachuaetta.
The tributes to hla memory rrflretcd tha
hieh eteeni In which ba waa held, and
departed from tha stork eulofriea eua
trnirl!jr dellvcrett on auon occaaalona.
JVfore j.;a rtjli-trlo. began Can nonjrr ported
Via n ruTnl d trUency, tho lat appropria
tion but After tha aolofrle bad been
pronoiuirt 4 on Cngawvll the bouto ad
toura.ai tu e furbev mark of iopert.
During n,e aon. Can a on, bjr en alo
tjuent appal, ,curvJ nnauVnpue ounsenl
to tha pnw.itfu .W a penatn bin for a eon
aiituat.e ,4 U U.. rnado a peaMnal ap
peal ttf TuU, rt t( s,utb Carolina, wbo
hitd objort.j W tbo bill, weth audi cf act
thai lallart w.thlrew bis objection,
aialbly touch.tl i,t the pathos of tbo aol
itiar a story a. l y rnnon.
Miebt IW . I u UaitlaMra.
April i-R..foiTl'n to tbo
ppa'a pM-Kremb diplomacy a Rome
cofrrpomWnl rvm uk that ha doea not
betieTa there U a -.ilk. of the yope aver
maklne hla ho.tM.i,rt.r, t Avinnoe,
thooab at ao uimUt.,j fatluw ,Drr uilrfat
tie a pope at tloltimora.
Aa-chbUtiop Bju Talka af tho JUUttoa al
Church and Stat a.
WasnuTBTOS, April 20. With Imposing
rites ICt, Rev. Thomas 0Gorman waa
eoiatocratod bishop of Slifnx Falls, S. IX,
the ooromony taking plooo at St Patrick's
church, which was crowded throughout
the four hour which the excrcUca con
unied. Cardinal Satolli officiated as eon
sseratnr and ISO bishops and priests occn
ptod the chancel and chapol anU' jilnoU bn
the rosponaee Incident to the services.
, Tho occasion was mot notable, how.
eerr, for the address dulivervd by Arch
blsilop Ireland, who wUl be the now bish
op's metropolitan. Tho archbishop said
In part: "The liberties, tho democracy,
the spirit of progress which ate the stories
of America aro tho outoonro of the deepest
principles of the teachings of ihe Catholio
ChuiTh. Libert and
the world with her, and prospered always
nndor her bre ithinvs. Tho most positive
precepts of the Catholic church go to tho
building of America. She prescribes loy
alty to the stato, parity of personal life,
Eimniy kj iciiow men. 'i no church recog
nizes as her own sphere faith and moral;
sho possesses and claims no mlcslon In
elvil .nil rul i t li. 1 m ....m It th. U
... .... yw..., iiiuk.. n. . uv MllllbU
encroaches npon the sphere of the state
vara sin nil til ill ii nnw r hf smiarsiv
"If the state enters Into the Mnctaary of
DonKicn ran. t nn nrarinf i m tti pa rr tha
church, tho shpoal U to God, nU the state
Is nrdrrfMl tA hra.l ntT lr hiwiffai ar.aM.
t.on oC church and stato. as we have K tn
Anicrica, ciinrcii ana state rcvolviits mo
lf In tfwir separate and dUttnct sp.ien?s;
f tt Ha-.lt ra sail Kr.tilt.ri nnna Af .aI- '..II...
vwavu WHIUVS SIVIIU tl taSlUSS U.IIUW
citizens In admiring It and demanding Its
continuance. The Catholio church wishes
Bo aid from the stato tn the preaching of
the'goapol. Hut liberty from tho stato sho
wishes and clamors for as a sacred and ln-
aiionoDle right liberty la Its fullest gifts
tinder tlio coiiiinou law of tho land.
"1 am nai holla I am priest ami bishop,
till I k -1.1 . t .
bo debarred from ilWlirhts aud prwikigts
acoorded to otiier -citizens bacilli I am a
tatholic or becauso I carry upon me the
Insignia of my priesthood. Aly ords
betray no fear for the futaro.
Amostc&ns aro a mv-mlni.f ilnmrn mli.
ton. convictions and of profound common
enso, am nuy wen Know bow to kop
rhurcll fsUiil tlt.'aiA erarruaiaifi mtA eof ridvai
llbenvits fuU sway and guard roligion
. .- . ae
ONLY ONE THING TO DEMONSTRATE
Aad Thea tba lSartarla Family Will Ba
'In It" Vo Mora.
CniCAOO, April VX Consumption Is
dead, dlphlhctta killed oatrifht, typhoid
annihilated, . cholera has becu stunned
fourteen days, pneumonia wns baroly able
to rdutno Its Work, anthrax art!1 glnndors
escaped with serleu Injury, InOucnza
missed slaughter b'y Its pysttlon under a
tube all tho above being members of this
inlcrobo clan. This '.is the bulletin from
thn laboratory of Prpfcssors Pratt and
VVlKhtmnn. Who bavo announced to thn
world that tho Uoentgon ray Is plzoi."
to the b.icterl'v
1 no List and final cfTorU to rtrrivnJhe
rxjioan ccfonlns l (fcrtns liavo fcf fonr
stone dead- The Invjstlcntora tursko Oils
positive dotOarolton. ao elnjin that
eary fiosslblo s. lontifln precaution was
taken that thcro might bo no possiblo rea
son for their own deception. This Is good
nows. jtut wuat may como Is better if It
comes. The next stop Is to find whether
tno rays will kill llicirontlo bacteria when
ho Is gutting In his work on human tissue In
tho human body. If thoraycanYeachhlm
thcro, then indeed aro tho diseases nnmed
In tho foregoing dead. If It counott then
tno professors navo probably labored en
tirely in vuln.
EVANGELIST TALKS TOO PLAIN.
Waterloo, la., PcApla Mneh Stirred lp by
II. Hot Words.
WAnT.ux'Aprl! . Cltrfccns of Wat-
ctLkj are convulsed over broad statements
lu.-ftto by an evangelist n-garding the mor
ality of this city. In a tnliernaclo erected
especially as a place for holding revival
meetings bo has for sovoral days cast the
gravest slurs on public ofTirlals and prl
VAt eltiaons. In an edltorfal articlo the
koenl paper took lifru to task for this, and
that night tho audiuncooT 1.U00 Was asked
by tho evangelist to docldo between them.
Tho editor In qostion wns present and
a stormy sceno resulted, which ended by
tronlnltiters. Influential in bringing tho
evnnirellst hero lenving tho building, fol
lowed by hundreds of other attendants.
Next morning a prominent lawyer who
had ludor-d tlio statements of the
evangelist was hangod In cfllty, bis flgtirc
bslngplacardixl with. a clairso consigning
blm to an equatoriaTclXinatc.
l.vanapiist Howard Is now threatened
by a mol. Tho evangelist flourishes a ao
volvur and tTaroatcps slnwt the first
man to cauje trouble. Tbero Is intgnso'
excitement tn tho town.
BIG COMBINATION IN SHOVELS.
Will Afreet tha Prtra ef 400.000 Deltas of
AKDKRsorr, Ind., April 21 At a recent
meeting In Boston two weeks ago the
formation of a trust taking in the fonr-
tlx n shovol fatorles In the United States
was begun and It has been completed
here. The Anderson plant, owing to Its
location In the natural gas b?!t, secmt to
have forced the others to tnako a trust, as
the shovels made hero wi-ru made so
cheaply that tho prlaes becaine demoral.
Ired. Tha output 'determined upon will
now not bo over IW.OOv) dozen per annum.
And all product will be hamilcd from ono
place, either Andrrnon or Pittsburg.
"aWs tnlngy of Clavotoad.
Xkw Ynnrt, April xu During a speech
msde at a dinner civon In his honor at
Brooklyn Chancvy M Dvpaw said that
while ho differed radically wlti President
Cl.vcland It was due to that gentleman
to say that he rout of the free coinage
of silver policy and the enur.gizinxJof the
national credit by the trrunipQ of fcupd
mon-y' e.re toure Urgcly d.ue to his throat
ing upun Uiat side, with magniflocjit
couraso and ablltfy, Ue whole atrenKtb
and puwcx of his grrt ofgoe and admin
istration, titan anything else." .
Baryal Parlor? ttaracd. ' I
Tolepo, April aU Bt te explosion of
a barrel of gaaoltne In the Dauntless Bi
cycle factory, Uw entire plant was wreckL
Among the "oases are 2,imu bicycles. The
Toledo Machine and Tool wurks lost
many valuable patletna. The total loss
as about II iO,tXi with Uuuranoc of ll'i. .
IOWA'S MAN HUNT.
Details of the Chase After the
. Swindler Davies.
'PEIMTTTE METHODS OF PUmgUlI
That Have Only Ba Far Baaalted la the
Death or a WMowa 8oB-Davles I. Heard
of But Doesn't Star So The Whole
Conaty Like aa Armed Camp The Crime
er the FociUve and the Way He Made
WlXTEIKET. Ia.. Anrll M Tha exact
i whereabouts of C. O. Davice, the Peru
bank wrecker who escaped from jail her(,
I Is still a matter of speculation. Reports
J have come in from Peru thnt Davies hvd
been Seen On tha KnstU fnrm tin anil
uuiriiaii iuiit-9 eass ui 4-cru, ny people
who knew him personally and positively
Identified him. Tho sheriff and deputies
aro in that part of the country now look
ing for him. Another report comes from
nine miles north of thrs nlaes that
ono has pissed through tho line and es
caped. J. tier believe it was Dnvles. Kiieh
In brief, b the status of a jail delivery and
man hunt which has thrown sevoral
counties into a commotion and attracted
tho attention of people far roinoved from
tbo scene of activities.
Cocaty Is Like aa Armed Camp.
The Davies case has become one of dra
matic Interest For several days tho peo
ple of Madison county, assisted by men
from surrounding counties who have
rushed In to Jlclp thorn, have been scour
ing ovory part of tho county, tut still the
hunted man has escaped them. A man
who has just returned from tho scone of
activity says that tho county, In many
places, resembles an armed camp. In
some of tho towns little or no business
has been dono for s7eral days, tho busi
ness men as well as tho farmers having
iJestrUxl thoir posts to go "gunning" for
an escaped jailbird. Many of the roods
and bridges havo been, regularly guarded
by armed men In this effort to keep Da
vies from escaping, and at least one Inno
cent man will giro up his life. That is
James Donohne.who was shot and who is
still living, but without hopo or recovery.
Faopla Are Almost Ferocious.
Ills story has been told In theso dis
patches. Many aro beginning to assert
that the capture or nil tlio bauk'robbcrs in
the stuto would not bo worth es much as
tills ono life taken by tho mob. There Is
talk of compensating tho widowed
mother by. taking np a subscription for
her. In this and other ways the effort to
capture Duvies Is going tocost tbo county
considerable money. Tho jail delivery
was at .Wlntersct, which is the county
oat of Madison comity, but tho real cen
ter of the excitement and of the mah
hnntlnsr campaign has been Perutho
little town which was tbo victim blDo
vice' schemes. The depositors there wcro
fleeced out of I10.0UO or tH(K0, which
TVn'!kna a mnffr lal tj.m o ..... rf .... r.
Tho people of Peru havb "been bitter al
most to ferociousness against the man
who took their money, and tho women
havo shared In these fcollngg with tho
STOBT OF THE CRIME OF DAVIES.
Aa Expert B steal and Uls Escape by Ton-
( deling Out of JalL
Davies left Peru with the deposits on
July 3 last. If o was captured at Canan
dalgua, N, on Jan. 13 and brought to
JJes Jlolnes. I- rom Dvs Muines he was
t-ikcn to Peru, but tho officers wcro afraid
to Icavo him thcro, as an angry mob
threatened to lynch him. Davies was
therefore brought to Winterst. At Peru
Davies went under tho name of C. O.
Davies. lie has boon known elsewhere as
E. . C. MUnor. His real nanio is L. C.
Douglas. It was during tho early part of
31ay, IS'A Davies bought out the private
banking institution of O. P. Wright at
jLast I'eru. Ho reorganized and Incorpor
ated tho bank and at onto began busi
ness. Tho bank was a private one and
the force employed was simply tho pro
prlotori lie interested a number of Dis
Moines parties In bis hank and sold stock
to thent. Ho kept deposits in two Des
Tlolnea banks, which ho withdraw before
leaving fbr parte unknown
Tho manner of his escnpo from Jail has
caused a 'great deal of comment and some
criticism.- His trial had been set for
Friday. Uo made bis escape just two
uays uciora tno time. 'Iho time itself
shows planning. Davies had been allowed
company In his otll at tho jaiL It Is bo
ijeved that he bad an accomplice and as
elstance in getting oujL It was necessary
for him to sawn ho iron bars of Lis cell
floor, and it was also necessary for him to
make an excavation through solid earth
for top or more feet, requiring the use of
a spado, llotu the saw and tho spado used
in tho work were unquestionably smug
gled in to Davies by friends who visited
The dirt that was taken from the ex
cavation was' distributed about tho jail
and thrown on top of the cells so that it
was unnoticed. The men had worked for
thi-ir liberty for more than two weeks.
The work was ono of tho most wonderful
pieces of tunneling ever done. It is all
the more wonderful when it Is considered
that two mcuaocomp'ithcd it Davies a s
sistant was a Des Moines man, in jail
for larceny in Madison county. First,
the two men sawed the bars which sepa
rated their cells. Then the work of saw
lug through tho fl xr ot Streeter's cell
was commenced. It must have occupied
anme days days of fearful anxiety. From
that point they started the excavation
under the wall of the jail. The exit was
made tn the jail yard, fully ten feet from
the walL How all this work was done
without discuvety U a marvel. It is sup
posed to have oocupiel two weeks.
It Is now thought there may have been
a woman In the case and that she may
have plavcl an Important part In the
escape of Davie from jail. Shortly after
Davies' imprisonment there came from
Dos Moines a vromon who gave her name
as Mrs. JlyJor, a grss widow. She came
to Wlnterset and fealfc aervlae at the Stan
field Uou from wtjich meals aro sup-,
plied to the prisoners ia the county J.iU.
The meals were taken from the hotel to
the prison by George Stan Hold, the pro
prietor of the boarding-bouse, lie now
confesses that the woman and Davies car
ried on a correspondence through notes
blacvd in the .basket with. (be nieaii..
On ono or two occasions' notes were
found concealed In fine cakes baked by the
woman for the prisoner and sent to him
as special delicacies on Sunday! and other
holidays. Tho woman was also In the
habit of accompanying Stanficld and woe
permitted at different times to interview
the prisoner. All this time tho matter
seems not to have aroused tho suspicions
of the jailer, who believed that tho woman
was simply doiug those things out of tho
kindness of her heart It is notv believed
this wouiau wru the real go-boiwecn. And
that she kept the prisoner In communica
tion with, frienila. Sho denies all guilt.
She says Davies" was an old lover of hors
and this fact prompted her to place her
self near him in tho timo of his trouble
MINK MAGAZINE BLOWS CP.
Severn Miners Seat to Eternity bf the Blast
and six Badly Wounded,
Xiehat, Mont., April 2J. An cxposton
occurred In the Broadway mme at 1:15
o'clock in the morning by which seven men
lost their lives and six others aro serious.
Iy hurt The dead am: Frank Doran,
W. J. Morrison, Hugh McKcnzie, ;Dan
O'Lsary, D. If. Rose, John Cairns and
James T. Gallagher. Seriously wound:
Joseph Derocn, James Connolly, Goorga
Doran, Charles Smith, Mike Tobin and
Matt Brown. Several others wcro bruised
The accident occurred-' In the powder
magazine. Frank -Jftiran waa looking
after the, powder vjien tho explosion oo
curred. It is supposed that his candlo
must have Ignited some powder. Ho was
found twenty foot 'from" tho magazine. In
another drift, and must have seen the
dangnr and tried to escnpo. The men had
just finished eating their . midnight lunch
eon and were on their way book to work.
Thirty of tbom had to pass this masjaxlno,
and It exploded as about half of them
were past Those In tho cantor wcro tho
dosd and seriously wounded. The mine
Is badly caved In. Superintendent Cooncy
says thcro could not havo been, over thirty
pounos oi powder in tno msgasino at tho
FOUR MEN CBIISUKD TO DEATH.
Section of Colliery Boof Falls on Then.
After Firing a Bloat.
OLTTIIAXT, Fa., April 20. Fnv men
cngagod in driving a heading from tho
shaft to tho slope of the Eddy erect col
liery, near this place, wore Instantly
killed and a fifth was painfully Injured.
Tho dead arc: James McHalo, of Oly
phant; William Harvey, , of Prlcoburg;
James and Ralph Abbott, brothors, of
Throop. Tho men wore working fat a
point about. l.OOJ feet from tho shaft, and
hod just firod a blast. When tho entiko
had lifted they returned and commenced
to clear away the debris. They had boon
at work only a fow minutes when a sec
tion of Toot weighlug nearly- -thirty tons
gave way,- crushing -the men to death.
Francis Lewis was badly brul.sol. " t
FIRE TRAGEDY AT PHILADELPHIA,
Two Flremea Killed and One Fatally and
Three Othera Severely Injured,
Philadelphia. April S Two firemen
were crushed to death, ono fatally hurt
and three othors seriously injured, aa tho
result of a fire, which destroyad tho old
depot of tho Pennsylvania Railroad com
pany at Thirty -second and Alarket streets
and ontailod a loss of about The
names of tho killed ore: Hugh Mo
Uranngan, of company ii; William JJ.
Stalrrcit. district engineer. Fatallv hurt:
Georgo W. Preston, assistant foreman of
truck A. Seriously injured: Gcorgo Jen
nings, John Bloe and "Samuel Sneyd, all
ei wnam sustained bruises and have frac
Gold Man Fig-hting for Tno States.
WASttixcTox, April JJ. It Is whispered
here that tho pooplo who call themselves
the "frionds of sound ioney" are turning
all their attention to Illinois and Indiana
in tho hope cf preventing ithe eloctlon of
silver mep to tho Chicago convention.
While they arc professing to tako no in
terest In tha inattei they are, It is said,
putting forth n tro nUous effort to cap
ture tho Illinois doleition.
Blood purified, disease enred, sick
nesa and suffering prevented Miis is
the record made each yonr by Hood's
Sarsaparilla. . ....
A cream nf tartar ltrin .t: . .
of all to leavening strength Uuett United
elates Uoccnimml JCnrvi r?.- .
- . .frri .
-Kotal Bakiho Pgwdeb Co, JCxw Tobx CtVT
Cs Zdmt oaf far ft asurso.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ar.
Telephone 1003. .
THE . LONDON
This Receipt for Five Thousand One Hundred and Eighty-sixlDollars
and Thirty-five Cents ($f.l86.f)
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Being cJnly one third of the amount purchased of the Chicago Title & Trust
Company, receivers for Kahn, Schoenburn & Co., one of the largest clothing
manufacturer of Chicago who failed some time ago. We bought this lot of
Suits for about 33 cents on the dollar. THIS IS A MIGHTY LUCKY
PURCHASE FOR YOU. as you can buy a FINE SPRING SUIT for less
than the CLOTH IN THE PIECE IS WORTH. K., S.& Co. have al
ways made the BEST CLOTHING MADE IN CHICAGO.
of it fine all Wool Suits
$12 to $15 for only
Hundreds to select from all this season's make no old goods. We guaran
tee every garment to be First Class.
We go t a
Must be some
thing in it, eh?
YES. WE SAVE THE
ROCK ISLAND PEOPLE
MONEY WHEN THEY
Furniture and Carpets.
OUR.OODS ARE SO
.BRIGHT AND. NEW.
'OUR DESIGNS AND
PRICES SO ATTRAC
TIVE, THAT THEY
ARE ALL SO . GLAD
THEY CAME OVER,
NEW GOODS COMING
IN EVERY DAY AND
MOVING OUT JUST AS
FAST. WE . HAVJiT
ANYTHING OLD TO
BUY THE SUPERIOR
IF YOU WANT THE
& Carpet Co.,
24, S2, 328 Brady St,
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4 7P 7 7
THE circulation of Tint Anow Is now larger than It lias ever been
before In the paper's history, and every month nets a new high
water mark. Not satisfied with this, however, the determination
has been made to pnsli it even farther, ami at the same time give its pa
tens the benefit of its enterprise. With this end in view It has made
avangements to absolutely give away a life size crayon. India Ink, or
sepia portrait to every person wiio will have their name added to
the subscription rolls pitying tl for a 10-weeks' subscription In advance.
There Is no string attached to the proposition whatever
No Requirement to Buy a Frame
Or anything of the sort. Ton pay your subscription, get your order
for a portrait, and get your frame when and where you please. The
pott r Its are reliable and are the same as sold by dealers with a frame
for from ?4 to 810.
The Argus Wants More Subscribers
But It Is willing to be enterprising to get them. Its offer Is made In
good faith to Induce new stibvriptioiw, and In order to protect Iteeir, no
person who discontinues after the publication of this notice (April 7)
will be allowed a portrait to renew bis subscription.
To Give Ail Patrons an Equal Chance.
In order, however, to give old patrons an ennal ehamw, any paid op sub
scriber will be given a portrait by paying a pvmlum or ONLY 60
. Portraits will not be furnished to non-subscribers at any price.
Samples of the work can be seen at Tub Arsus business office
when yon calL
Photographs will not be lost or destroyed, but returned to you with
portrait when finished. , . .
Aa this offer Is made purely to get Tin Arous Into new homes
on ly one portrait will be furnished to each faouseiiold no more than
that will be made at any price.
Costs You Absolutely Nothing.
The portrait If purchased alone (without a frame) would cost at least
2, but hi this way it will cost you absolutely nothing.
SE1VERS & ANDERSON
co?5tr5t6rs and builders.
Offioe and Shop 711 Twelltk treat
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Best Made, Best Trimmed,