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THIS ABGUS, WEDNBDAYo JUNE 23. 1807.
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t par i a ina ; la advance (1.60.
All etwanaaleatioaa of po Heel or anamaitta
ttro charaeter, political or reUiioaa, nut ts
MolMaw attatlwd lot pahlkalloa. Ho nek
artlcla trill ba tirtated ovr tcUUoaa sitnAtanaa
. OMeaoaBdcaaa solicited traa evanr townahln
TCEPAT, Jdkb 22, 1897.
TBAT WU OOiU A IMt hatoh nf
southern Illinoio appointments that
rrwmw oiciviniey aieposea of ja
Sewator Allux, of Nebraska.
thinks that the widows of privates
should bare eeual pensions with the
. widows of officer!, tad he will noon
doliror a ipeeoh upon the abject.
' And the senator wore the bine end
eirried e mmket.
John Wiiaxaiir says that on
account of republican failure to brief;
ooai prosperity, tne ''powder of
patriotism is wet with the tcare of
the poor." It teems to be impos-
Hole to trast in promises and keep
jour powuer ory.
Ssvsbal members of the Chicsgo
polloe foroe were tamed loose to
bant one lone hyena, which escaped
from a park xoo. They had as much
success as on their nsaal hunt for
blind tigers." They didn't catch
him St. Louis Chroniole.
William J. Bar ah has Riven, and
the board of visitors of the univer
sity of Virginia has accepted, an en.
dowment fund, the proceeds of which
nob year are to be nsed as a prise
for the best essay on city govern
ment." from tho pen of a university
Th hissing and hooting given
the mention of Henna's name at To.
ledo yesterday must have proven
another element in convincing the
repnbliean national boss that a cabi
net position would have been vastly
preferable to a senatorial toga at
tended by so much nnpleasantness.
A kkcbnt censns of the Illinois
penitentiary at Joliei shows the
umber of convicts to be 1,319. Of
these 225 have had a common sohool
odooetion, and 90 a high sohool or
collegiate education. Only 86, or
1 per cent, are illiterates. Only 271
have been addicted to intemperance,
and while as many as 762 were mod
erate drinkers, yet 286 more than
the number of drunkards were to
tal abstainers. In the matter of
piety only 216, or less than 1GJ per
ont, are without religions prefer,
raees, and on the soore of national
ltjonly 809 are foreigners. There
is something to think a boot In that
Bipcblicak statesmanship of the
boss order is well Illustrated in the
past two years in Pennsylvania. In
January, 1895, when Gov. Pattlson,
democrat, retired, there was a bal
ance of $6,000,000 in the state treas
ury; In November next there will be
deficit of $1,000,000. The republi
can assembly in 1895 created 60 new
state offices, and increased the al
ready large salaries attached to a
number of old offices. Now Auditor
General Mylin Is nrging that the
traoiie school appropriation be eat
down 11,000.000 to help the state
treasury ont oi the threatened bank
ruptcy. Wkal TUIaaea Waste.
The demand made by Mr. Tillman
in his argument upon the tariff
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mu, in .utj waiter ui anna, ii
there was any stealing to be done he
or his people wanted their share.
That is, if the American people were
to be robbed under the name of pro
tection for the benefit of corpora
tioftt, etc., which received the bene
Zt, that he wanted the tariff so ar
rtriged that hie people would get a
:str share in the steal. "This." as
an eiohange says, "is the whole ba
sil en which the idea of protection
Is promulgated. Almost everybody
have the same idea in their minds
that they should be protected by the
government; that they should be al
lowed to charge more for their par
ticular goods than they are worth
for their own benefit, and for a bene,
fit whloh they claim to divide with
tie people who work for them. The
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only reason whv the idea-of vtroteo.
tion has existed as long as it bets is
because there are ao nuTDMn1 Kn
get or think they will get their share
u uw BMBung, ana oar. xiumau is
about rieht in demandinr his share
of the ateal If he is to be a party to
the enactment of a robber tariff."
Illinois Dt moeraoj .
At a meeting of the democratic
state central committee at the Tre
mont house,- Chicago, Monday, the
farther control by ex Gov. John P.
Altgeld ot the party working forces
was the paramount subject of dis
cussion. While the attempt of the
ex-governor's friends to fretze the
long-time secretary, Theodore Nel
son, ont by catting his salary, suc
ceeded, that efficient official resign
ing, vi hen that act was performed,
the anti-Altgeld forces elected a
successor in the person of Arthur C.
Bent ley, of Pittsfield, a close friend
of the former secretary of state, and
the ex-chairman of the committee,
W. H. Ilinricbsen. Gov. Altgeld orig
inally opened the fight in the commit
tee by naming a non-member of the
committee for chairman in plaoe of
Mr. Hinrichsen, and when he was
found to be Involved in scandal, the
governor succeeded in going outside
of the committee again for the exeo.
utive officer, and J. W. Orr, who
presided Monday, was elected.
AJex J. Jones, of Cook connty, of
fered the following resolutions,
which were adopted:
Whereas, The traditions of the
democratic party for the past 70
years, through its long series of vic
tories and defeats, have demon
strated with historical accuracy the
fact that in every campaign where
its position was one of equivocation
and uncertainty it has received and
merited defeat, while in every pub
lic cause where it assumed and main
tained an affirmative and aggressive
position on the great Issues ot the
day, its campaigns have resulted in
ultimate triumph; therefore, be It
Resolved, By the democratic state
central committee of the state of Ill
inois, that we believe that tne future
success of the democratic party, in
state and nation, lies in a fearless
advocacy of the financial declare
lions of the last democratic national
convention in favor of .the free and
unlimited coinage of ailver and gold
at the ratio Of 16 to 1. indflrmnHAnt
ef the other nations of the world.
Senator J. P. Mahoney offered the
following resolution which an
Uesolved, That the thanks of this
committee are hereby tendered Theo
dore Nelson for the hnnt. anil
efficient manner in whloh he has pet-
lormea me a a ties oi secretary of the
democratic state central committee
for the past six years.
Former Seoretary Nelson says he
will devote his time in the future
lartrelv to nrivate hnainesa intnrnsta
although he will not give np politics
Detroit, June 23. About SCO men In
tercstea In fighting the Bell' Telephone
company met here yesterday end began
the organization of .the "Independent
Telephone Association of America." the
object of 'whtrh la to protect independent
telephone Interests, etc.
Dr. King's Mow Discovery for ConaempMoa
This is the best mediolnn in tho
world for all forms of cousrhs and
oolds and for consumption. Every
1. . a 1 a . . . -. ...
uuu.B is guaranieea. it win cure
and not disappoint It has no eqnal
for whooping coughs, asthma, bay
fever, pneumania, bronchitis, la
grippe, cold in the head and for con
sumption. It is safe for all ares.
pleasant to take. and. above all. a
sure cure. It la always well to take
ur. iving s ntew uie rills in connec
tion wun ur. lung's new Discovery,
a iuey reguiaie ana tone tne stom.
ach and bowels. We guarantee per
fect Satisfaction or ratnrn nnnai
Free trial bottle at Harti A Ulle-
mevers drusr Store. Reimlar aiana
r .1 a J mm '
Bhooaaotloaa Coratf la Throe Doya.
Morton L. 11111, of Lebanon, Ind
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint, her suffering was terrible, and
ner Doay ana lace were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
in bed for six weeks and had eieht
phvaicians but received ao benefit
until she tried the Mystic Care for
rneumattsm. it gave immediate re
lief and she wa able to walk about
in three days. I am sure it saved
her life." Sold by Otto Grotian.
1501 Second avenue, druggist. Kock
Island: Gust Schlegel A Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
moot ruwi ruao.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will core blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once.
acts as a poutioe, giving instant re.
uer. dt. w imams' uraian rut oint
ment Is prepared only for piles
ana itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
mail for 60 cents and $1 per box.
Williams u'r'G. co., tf ops., Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drag
raet swots rooife"
overcomes as when inferior prepara
tions are recommended tv nnscrnpa-
Ins dealers as "just as good as Fo
leey's Honey and Tar Congb Syrnp,"
when we know the oneqnalled merits
ot this great medicine. Sold by M.
. sannsen ana a . ti. a nomas, arug-
When biliooa or ooetive eat a
carat, eandy eathartlrt, eon guaraa-
H ANNA:. "WINS OUT.
That Buckeye "Man of Destiny"
on Top at Toledo.
TJAME8 THE CAMPAIGN 1LAXAGEB.
Compromlae FaiU and the District Meet
ings Settle tho Only Fight Before tji.
Cunvention lirju AttemU the Bi
metallic LeiKu Meetiaa at Clncimoatl
and ItepUe to Fruf. Bateman'a Charge.
Iowa Silver Mea Gather.
Toledo. O., June 23. The Ohio Repub
lican state convention assembled here
yesterday and will continue today.' The
occasion has been one of bitter fac
tional fighting for two days. Senator
Hanna wanted Major Charles F. W.
Dick, secretary of the national commit
tee, for state campaign chairman.' Gov
ernor Burtinell and other state officers
wanted Chairman Kurtz, who has man
aged the past two csmpalirns. retained
In that place. Hanna and all the others
of the opposing parties are here and
there have been several conferences be
tween Senator Hanna and . Governor
Bushnell, with intermittent conferences
with their respective favorites forchalir
Dian. At none of these conferences
could the contestants set to on amicable
understanding. Hanna proposed to
have Major Dick withdraw, and the lat
ter consented to retire front the race If
Chairman Kurtz would also do so. The
proposition was not accepted. Governor
Bushnell insisted on his right by pre
cedent to name the executive cttalcman,
and Kurtz said that since the fight had
been made on -him he could stand de
feat,' but be could not compromise.
Settled by tho District Steeaiags.
The contending- factions carried their
claims into the meetings of thedelegates
Dy congressional districts yesterday an
ernoon, and Hanna won by more than
two to one. He controlled tho district
meetings and the convention more firm
ly than the St. Louis convention last
year. Major Dick claims Hha commit
teemen from fifteen of the twenty-on
congressional district, with twO'dlS'
tricts contested and four districts con
ceded to Kurtz. The Kurtz men con
cede their defeat,- but claim eight out
of the twenty-one committeemen. Hanna
and Bushnell had conferences again last
night. While the governor regrets the
defeat of KurU he will not decline re
First Session of the Convrntlon.
The convention was called to order
In the elaborately decorated .Armory
Phortly,after 4 p. m. All the 5.200 seats
were occupied, and standing room was
in Remand. AsRepresenftlveGiosvenar,
ex-Secretary Charles Foster, Qovemor
Bushnell, Senator Hanna arid other lead
era entered the hall they wera given
ovations. Only routine business was
transacted: the usual speech-making
was attended to. Grosvenor'is temporary
chairman. After the conventions ad
journed the committees jnJt andthe-con-ferenccs
between the'Hanna-and Dick
and the Bushnell and Kurtz men con
tinued. General Grosvenor was made
a member of the state committee' from
Kurtz's old home district. Kurtz is mow
a resident of the Columbus district,
which was carried by Dick," as was the
Springfield district In which Governor
Scores on the I tall Field.
Chicago. June 23. League diamond
rworos yesterday were: At Brooklyn
Boston 4, Brooklyn 7; at Baltimore
New Tork 2. Baltimore 4; at 'Cincin
nati St. Louis a, Cincinnati 7; at Pitts-
ourg cnicago 3, Pittsburg 1; at Wash-lngton-Phlladelphla
IL Washington 12:
at ClevelandrLouisville 14, Cleveland 5
Western Lcaeue: At draw. A PinMi-
Indianapolis 6. Grand Rnnlrfc 5- at Mil
waukee St. Paul 2. Milwaukee 4; at
Kansas .'lty Minneapolis 5, Kansas
--ny ii : at uoiumbus Detaoit 3, Co
Western Association: AtS Qulncy
Itockford 1. Quiney 8; at Burlington
Dubuque 5,- Burlington 20: or St Joseph
Cedar Ranids 3, St. Joseph rl; at Dea
juoints 1'eoria 3, lies MolnesM.
BrltlAher Defends IMs.TIsk.
Lynn, Mass.. June 23. Aiu Erlifhflag
was torn from Its fastenings. whfJe flying
from a window in Market equare Sun
day night. It was trampled! in the dust,
but-later was recovered by Its owner, an
r-ngitsnman, who, with a revoBver In Jii
hand, aaain placed the flag ia the win
dow and defied anybody to rsmove it.
Boakloa'a Aralea . Halve.
The best Salve in the wnrlil far
Cuts, Braises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cares
rues, or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to ftive perfeot satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 35-eente per
oox. ror sale oy Harts a UUemyer.
For Infants nndCfcJldren.
MatfsoaS "imfStS JrAtTt
Thiwaa Dtmi Store mm Toanh Avoaao Stag
Store. . .
" Cures talk" in favor WTfM
of Hood's barsaparUla, Q I
us for no other medi- al km
cine. Its great cores recorded in truthful,
convincing language of gratef ul men and
women, constitute its most effective ad
vertising. Many of these cures are mar
velous. They have won the confidence of
the people; have given Hood's Sa rsa pa
ri tia the largest sales in the woid, and
have uiade necessary for its manufacture
the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood "a
Sorsaparilla is known by the cures it has
made cares of scrofula, salt rheum and
eczema, curee ot rheumatism, neuralgia
and weak nerves, cures of dyspepsia, liver
troubles, catarrh cores which prove
Is the best In tact the One True Blood Purifier.
I . . it'll cure l'yeT 'Us; easy to
11UUU a rills uu.e,easruoK.'aw.c.
Notice of Final Settlement. ,
Xstetaof LomuoC. Kliott. deceased.
Public cotiea Is neicbr riven that tha under-
fitraed, K. O. KlllflU. will attend bs'cre t ho
county court of Rock Island county, at toe
court hoove In Kock Island on the IT h day of
Jnne. 1897 next, for the purpose of making anal
settiemnt of sid estate, at wbich time and
place be will ark for an order of distribution, and
will also sak to be discharged. All persons la-
leresiee. are nmicea to anena.
Kock Island, El-Jane 7. vm.
N. S. Iuior, Administrator.
8 TUB so t, Maaseajab. r- -.
Executor's N otlce.
Xststeof George M Liter, deceaaid.
The undersiirnsd havlnc been apnolsted excu
tors of the last will and teslamert of George
ai:xver, iato or me connij or kock lattano.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
tbst tbey will appear before the connty conn uf
Rock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
anid court, in the cits of Kock Island, at tha
July term, en the first Monday in Jnly
next, at wnicn nine ail permna navrog Claims
against said estaM are notified and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to the no-
Dated this ti day of If ay, A. D. 1987.
CaaaiaBs K. Mixtcb.
Ssnta of Don Beck, Deceased.
Tie nsderslKnod bSTlne been aDDotnted admin.
tsuator of the estate of Dora Beck, lae cf
the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
GCMjieu, nereDy gives notice mi: ne wtu appeal
before the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, at tbe eouttty coon room, in the
el'.y of Bock Island, at the August term, on
the first Monday in August, next, at which time
ail persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to attena for the
f urposo of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request'
ea w maze uumeaiaie payment to too unaer
Dated tbls 7th davof June. A. D. 17.
Gottukb Bbok, Administrator
Application by Conservator to Sell
STATS or ILLINOIS, I M
booa IsujrD CotnrrT, I
In the conntycoon of said Seek Island county.
To the July term A. D., 1SK7.
To all persons conoerned :
Public notioe is hereby given that tbe under
signed conservator or rretierick atangelaon, aa
Insane and distracted nerson. has filed in the
office of tbe clerk of the count court of Rock
Island county in tbe state of Illinois, a petition
for an order of said court authorizing and em
powering him to sail tbo following real estate
simsted in the said county of Kock Island and
belonging to the sa'.d Frederick Masgelson,
Lots number seven (7) and eight (8) tai block
number one (1) in the township cf South Mnline.
And Ibat said netitlon will henpaMiitMl for a 1-
lnwanee on the first day of the Jolv term A. D..
IMff, or said conn to be begun and held In the
city of Hock Island in said Rock Island county
on iitc limi jnunuay or .jiiiy, a. ij , lror, or as
soon thereafter as counsel can be beard, at which
time you can appear and sbow cause, if any you
UM.C, .UJ BM1U M3a.LllU FUUUI'l IJ.-L Uf? mOHQ.
Dated this 6th day of June. A. D . 18U7.
John J. Koaoa, Conservator of said rederlek
WIlliax L. Lcdolph. Solicitor fcr Petitioner.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be receive at tha e't
clerk's office, Kock Island, antil Tbursda. July
Is. 187, at 5 o'clcck p. m , for constructing the
miiinivenifme oreerea Dy tne ordinances en
titled a- follows:
An ordinance for the improvement of Seventh
avenue ia the city of Roek Island, state of Illi
nois, from the east line of Twelfth street to the
west une or seventeenth street.
"An ordinance for the improvement of Seventh
avenue in tha city of Eock Island, state of Illi
nois, from the east lini of Twenty-third street
ie west une oi -i mruetD street "
Aud for fnrnaln. all th. materia's rft af. tnv
the work according to plans and specifications
w m " hilj rjeiK i omve.
Blank bids will be furnished on application.
Bach bid mu,t lie acrnrnr-ar.,, A with aa,r fla
check in tbe turn of five hundred (liVjJ doliaia
on some Rook Island hank, payable to the order
v, uic uwxor oi sam city, wuicn s rtaii become
forfeited to taid citr in eae the biiidar h,l fn
to enter into contract, within ten UO) days after
.uw .... uiuis oi seia sontrai.1, wi:n approved
sureties to execute the work for tbe ptiie men
lionsd in his hid and aecorrtlne to the plans and
speemcatioDs In the event that the contract shall
be awarded to him.
Vooiraotoig are required to furnish -.ample of
brick w.th wbirh work Is to ba done. Brio nsed
in tbe ork must correspond with the samoles la
quality and atyl. -
Rock Island, Id., June IS, 1897. '
A. D. Hubmko, City Clerk.
4ff?t "W 1 snni
a lilliilv ifilAa
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a QUAPANTFPn rmai.,
' mmmmmmw u VUIWUJ
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
hv nil pminaans V...::
J muuuvui, l-'xiJ'aiWliUlS
as the best for Kidney and
mrAA-m t .
rtice 50c una Suoo.
fleMbvlf F rmnr.ia
m:3Trs czsyee nus.
The (Treat remo
oy tor ociwae
all sMuruua die
oases of tbe gen
of ettber sex.
ram mm. tmmm
tm Errors. Mental Worry, excessive mo-of To
bmaxtor Optam. wklefe trad tpqinaaiiUuu aad
laoaiiity. Wit every C order wo five a wn
ts etiarutr to core or rvruad the mawsy.
Salr atJper box. s boxes for . hi.
men fimrn cwux, rimiMi. sms.
asroas aao arraa oatBia.
AttoTBsya at Law.
i Rook Island and miaa. Rock Island S
, otBoo over Kreli Uathv store; sm- JJ
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee la Book Ialaad Natloaal Bank I
3. J. ROACH,
Attorney at Law.
i Abstraeta. CoUoewoa Areaey. Of
i flee over 1707 Boeoad avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
MoWev to Loan. Oanoral lnl Xtmmt.
i aeaa. Notary Public. 17St flanimS ava
i nue, Bulord blook. ,
I a, D. BW KM BY. C-Sa. WALUB,
SWEEUTET e. WALKEB,
Attorneys and OoaaeeUora at Law.
Offlee la Beagstoa Block.
CHABLES J. SEARLE,
State 'a Attorney.
CnnnnAllna. m Immr nn.. I . !
' , " -" " vun ua wuife
McKNIBr A McENIBT,
Attorneys at Law.
I eoUeeUona Refereneo, Mlteaeli ft
l f.vnfla, hanVaai .tm a a m..- i.
I Lynde Building.
I C. L. SILVIS,
, Over RreU Hatha, 1 Second are-
DR. J. D. CNANOST.
Offlee, Boom H, Whltaker Block,
corner Third and Brady sareoM, Devon-
N. T. DENTAL PARLORS,
Hi B. Third St., Davespors.
fmmimamm uumx wian sne eioewie I
I oatashone. Painless extraotln. AU
1 work at awA-hMle iha ...... i -t .
k rin.,..,.l a i n
' .mi m.wtmmm ,w IV Hra
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON,
Eye, Car, None and Throat Only.
a OfflAA. WtilttMlr.a Bbub - - -
I corner of Third and Brady streets, '
I Davenport, Iowa. Booms 17 and 18.
. lt..u- D lalt . , . .
I aawwa. , W h,, Wf p, jaj.
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
a, Areiuteet and Superintendent.
Room 41. llltahell A t-vnila hnlMlns ,
S third Boor. i
Arohiteeta end Buperlntendenta.
Boom n, Mitchell Lynda BoOdlBd.
1 Sooond Ooor.
i ' n i1 i i ai
HESRT GAETJB, Prop.
i Cut Flowers aad Oeatftts of an Kinds
9 City store, ISS7 Seoood areane. Tele-1
P"gene J, Curno
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company! repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
roar Patronace Is So 11 el led.
Oflesj ISM. BeooMl Aw.
Harper Honae Blook.
r u 'imin n a a 1 1
Wasli Day Troubles
are done away
with, the wasliV
ing is gotten
out of Hand
and on the
and no wor
aV n ami 1 T M . at T JtM
Santa Clans i a
laundry and creneral
well and injures nothing. Sold everywhere.
Made only by
THE N. K. FAIR RANI? rninAWV rmrirn
(CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Oar Zleetrle Sarbirt for tho treatmenl of Karroos
Dtaaasoi. Rhnnmalia... aad X Kay Work.
NSRVOUd DEBILITY Ezhaoelire drales. sleeplessness, threatsaed W.
!!7' uaaoa, mental SalaatoLA, ot a oum eaeaiia as Sao to ear ran oLsatUsi
CATiRim Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rhenmatlsm. Borcft.U, Syphilis. Blaoi.
ll!7l'!L.n " Sli iaj n son a aalefcH aaa parasat oaied tf ant aAiaaKOl ay f
tea of Bedldna.
VARICOCELE Is the most active causa of nervous deb.litr. Wi tren.
months with others whss we tnarentee yoa a penatnaat ears la aevsa dirl hi oar ealalo
meUiOdT Birdrocelo cored la thruo dara-oa oala.
WOMEU Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex
We have eared many eases glvea ap as honeloaa. and we may be at
o nations perforated at your home 11 desired. Abdominal and bci
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous
0 OHLT CURABLE CASES TAKEN o
If yoeaaBMasa.w-ite. Bandrass oaiod hy aaD. Boars StsU.lMa.fUS. SJi.aays.
ltia 1 SO. Beat of references and credenUala.
DR. J. G. IVALStl.
OmCK-lH W. Third 8U, MoChlloujh, BaUdlaf . Deyeaport. Iowa
couia ie no more popular.
Illustrated " Yellow Fellow Year Boot," giving fuller details and
showing the various '97 models, may be had for the asking. '
Finished ia full orange (The Yellow Fellow) or black, at yonr
The price is $150, but it always pays in the end to have the best.
E. C. STEARNS & CO., ,
Factories: ' Branches:
SvAACliS, N. Y' Bltfaw. Nt. V..
Toaorro, O.NT. Sa FkA.vasco, Cau
C A. SPEKCES, Ag eat. Rook Island.
IF RIP VAN WINKLE
Oaate to eerth again, his first
beer. If he ha 1 the sense that
be would iasist upon getting
BrewlBu eompaay. We claim
brewed thaa ours, and vou (ret
purs malt aad hops, and pleat
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xwa'aa n.1 a a UUvauUt I
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes.
should consult s.
i aatla ta earn m. aa.MMl .
1 bcata aenrerf a opaclaiiy .
Stearns tandem 'niM
wherever it appears. It looks so grace-'
ful, runs so smoothly, without a sign of
effort on the part of its riders, that one
cannot but wish to exchange places with
Tandem riding is becoming; more
popular every day; the Stearns tandem
request wculi be for a glass ot
bis creator clothed him with '
tbe product of tbe Rock Ialaad
that so tetter lajrer was ever
fall value for your useaey
of It. Get tha Bock Ialaad.
ISLAND BREWING CO
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