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THE AKfHTB. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. 1898.
reWsata Dally sad Whi j rt ii Beeoo
Avcate.Bo-.k I iliad, CI. watered at ttspost
eles m mrnUxHm auttef.
Ia rai Nam or J. W. Pottkb
. TMMa-DoIly, 10 seats per WMk. Welr,
VLOO POT MIIB tB SdVtaM IL(0.
All rirMinlraUrni of political or irpnnn
tjvs character, BolitJotl er nUgleu, Host aavs
IMl attached tor pnblUetlon.v Be tuck
Srtlala win be printed ever Ictitiost signature.
Oorraspaadasea toUcttd front every township
lm lock bind eouty.
Wkdnesdat, April IS, 1898.
DtBMiilM Ooagnssloaai Coaveatlon,
Public notice Is hereby given that a demo
crallo convention to called to meet at the
oourt bouse In tbe cltj of Roclc Island, Illinois,
at IX o'clock noon of the 15th day -of
Jane A. D., im, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the office of
representative for tbe Tenth Congressional
district, and to transact any other business
that may come before said convention.
Tba basis of representation at such conven
tlon shall be one delegate for each two hun
dred (!W) and eioess of one hundred or more
democratic votes east for llryan and He wall
la tba eleotlon of lam, The number of dele
gates allotted to each county In said Tenth
Cowrie salon nl district Is as follows, to-wlt:
Rock Island. 2
County conventions in said Tenth Goncrcs
slonal district will govern themselves accord
A. D. He mi KG, Rock Island. 111.
R. n. Hiiwax, Cambridge. I1L
GK)R(.I H. Kanis, Aledo, IU.
D. W. Rom, La Fayette, 111.
C. O. Crsio, Galesburg, 111.
(jCORGl 1UNSAU, Fulton, ni.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for tba office of county superintendent of
schools, subject to the decision of the demo-
oratlo county convention.
D. W. Matthews.
Tba undersigned wishes to announce him
self a candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for sherlll of Rock Island county, and so
licits tbe support of bis friends.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
tba office of sheriff of Rock Island county, sub-
Ject to tba decision of the democratic county
convention. m. M. Unities.
Yielding to the wishes of my friends I hava
consented to become a candidate rr thn.icm
ooratle nomination for sheriff and invite the
support of those who think me worthy.
C. W. Negus.
Aaouleslne to the
my friends, I bereby announce myself a candi
date for the shrievalty nomination, subject to
we aecision of the democratic county con
venuon. a. D. Hl tsiso
Having determined to become a candidate
for the demooratlo nomination for county su
perintendent of schools, I hereby solicit the
support 01 my inenas loosing to mat end.
. o. I. amutux.
1 herebv announce mvnelf n a r.miM-itn
or tba democratic nomination for county
aupwnntenaent or scsools, subject to thede
cwon 01 tne aemocratic county convention.
Chabi.es C. Swisiif.h.
To tba deli gates of the democratic conven-
Won tor tbe nomination of candidates for
county offices at the coming November dec
Hon: Gentlemen After years' successful
tenoning as principal of graded schools', and
having been chosen by the democrats in other
eountle at two different times as nominee for
tbe office of county superintendent of schools
I hope yon will not think me too presumptuous
w aaaing sucn nomination at your hands,
waien 1 ao. itespectfully,
W. II. SlIBKUA.
Bcmkmreb the Maine.
Tbk best that can be said of Presi
dent McKinley'e meisago is that it i
Now it congress does its duty it
won't be many days nntil the Maine
bat Deen avenged, and. Incidentally
spamta domination in Cuba termi-
Tni battleship Orecon. the Peoria
Journal says, ia now playing the role
01 imi snerman. r.very day she
outs on auu miles from her trip to
nay n est.
BlNEATII the Btarrv Vianns
till inacrihn "In hnn Rittnn Vi -
Under Spain's yellow rag the most
hhhu jituiuug luivur can carry in
truth no further than "in hoe."
Not onlT the foreign affairs to
mtttees of the senate and home, bat
the president, may well place confi
dence in what Gen. Lee savs of Cuban
affairs, both as to the cause of the
loss of the Maine, and as to the actual
It the season for new life in nature,
Bew Tiiror in onr physical Rvstcms.
At the fresh sap carries life into the
trees, so oar blood should give us
renewed strength and vigor. In
lit impure state it cannot do this.
1 and the aid of Hood's Sarsaparilla
is imperatively needed.
It will nnrifr. vitalize and mrich th
blood, and with this solid, correct
foundation, it will build up good
health, create a good appetite, tone
r your stomach and dkrestive onrans.
' strengthen your nerves and over
come or prevent that tired feeling.
Tint bat been the experience of thou
sands. It will be yours if you take
iinrftnnnnim The Bast
I"" Spring Medi
etas and Blood Purifier. Sold by all draeftsu. f l
Mood's Pills EXlfSSST'
worth of the present Cabin govern
The strongest proof that the pres
ident's message was a very tame af
fair is found in the fact that the
Spanish people are not already in
dulging in riotioas demonstrations
and butchering each other ever its
The total failure of the Diode
bill as a revenue producer will b9
submerged by the taxes which the
people must pay for oar war prep,
arations. The stress of war will be
pleaded as an excuse wben. the time
comes when an exense mnst be
made. Keokuk Constitution-Demo
Congressman B. F. Maksh made
another dramatic speech in congress
yesterday on the war subject. He
took is? ue with the president's mes
sage, and held that the action pro
posed waa not enough; that he be
lieved congress should at once re.
clare that a state of war between the
United States and Spain now exists.
WHif the Mark Hanna scouts, tent
out to intercept Lee and nrge that
be moderate his comments as to
Cuba as far as possible, in order that
the administration's conservative
course might not be disturbed by the
portrayal 01 iacis, met mm tcey found
that they had tackled the wrong mn
Gen. Lee considered the suggestion
an insult to his intelligence and his
Americanism. Ha did not enter the
White House in the most friendly
mood toward the president in conse
quence. Gen. Lee is of the old stock
of American blood, frank and fear
less, outspoken and true.
Many of t he most important events
in American history have occurred
in April. Here are some of them as
compiled by an eastern journal:
April iv, ins, battle of Lexington.
April 24, 181G, first ensaeement of
April 12, 1861, Summer fired on.
Apri 113. 1861, Sumter surrendered.
April 14, 1861. Lincoln's first call
April 9, 1865. Lee's surrender.
April 14, 1865, Lincoln assassin
It will be another link added to the
chain of coincidences if in April,
1939, me unuea btates snail engage
in war wun a pain.
ruEsiusNr jucaiNLEr tens con
gress that the loss of the Maine is an
impressive example of disorders
which call for intervention. Is that
all? Most Americans regard it as a
crime mat calls lor retribution.
bailors done to death because thev
were Americans win oe a national re
preach which the Spanish flag floats
as the emblem cf soverelirntv over
the spot where they lio. And why
wait for diplomacy? What has di
plomacy so far dene for the honor of
the flag? McKinley nearly forgot;
nevertheless the cry goes forth: "Re
member the Maine." St. Louis Re
public In the house at Washington jes
terday Congressman (Jrosvenor, the
admitted mouthpiece of the admin
istration, sought to explain to his
colleagues what the president meant
in his message, but what he did not
ssy. Mr. Bailey, the democratic
leader, replied to Gen. Grosvenor in
a brief speech, which aroused intense
enthusiasm on the democratic side.
It was somowhat remarkable, he said,
that tho president in sondinz to con
gress one of tho most Important mes
sages upon one or tho most excitinc
questions which had been before the
country in years had concluded with
a recommendation so ambiguous that
it could be the occasion of contro
verey. Other portions of the mes
- . l. j ii . 1 ...
BBgo Buuwen mat me president was
a master of clear and lucid English,
yet in presenting his recommenda
tions he Lad- done so in words that
taxed the ingenuity of the gentleman
rrom Uhn to make clear what he
Gov. Tanneb has tendered to the
gDvcrnment, in case of war, the ser
vices of th9 Illinois National Gaard
wita his own as commander in chief
of that very tine body cf organized
militia. The offer, as the Chicago
Chrcnc'.e remarks, is made in some
such way as the advertising agent of
a circus presents the claims of his
show for the patronage of the public.
The event has not created a univer
sal ssnsation. There is no way in
which Gov. Tanner nor the governor
of any other state, in case of war,
can ex-pilioio go to the field in com
mand of the state troops. While the
militia remain within tae state they
are under tbe governor's command"
He is commander in chief within the
state as long as the troops are not
mustered Ittj the service of the
united Mates. As soon as they be
come united States troops they are
under the command cf tbe United
States officers. Tbe governor must
enlist in the rear racks ia the event
of war, in which the troops of Illinois
become a government body, a fact he
doubtless did not know when he
made haste to offer his services at
the head of the state soldiery. -
As I'a.Aaotrloan Idea.
There is a growing disposition on
the part of some persons to consider
the government as something apart
from the people cf this country as
an entity created, not to do the pop
dar will, brt to rule those whom it
should serve. The sooner this idea
is relegated to the lands of the
"kings, by dhine right,",, from
whence it came, the better it will ha
J lor this land of popular sovereignty, j
THE "GEOWX-UP" DAUGHTER'S DUTY TO HER
You can only have one mother ; therefore, when her stop is prowing alow
and her mind gloomy with forebodings, and you can see that her whole
regularly, then write to Mrs. IMnkham, at Lynn, Mass., giving all the symp
toms aud you will receive a prompt reply telling mother what to do for her
self. In the meantime the Vegetable Compound will make life much easier
for her. It tones up the nervous system, invigorates
the Ixxly, and the 'blues" vanish before it as dark
ness flees from the sunlight. You can get it at any
Mrs. Lorisni'xr,,namsTTill.ErieCo.,N.Y..says: "I
have been troubled with fallingof the womb for years,
was advised to take Lydia E. Iinkham's Vegetable
Compound. I took thirteen bottles and received great
benefit. When the time for change of life came I suf
fered a great deal with faintness and palpitation of
the heart. I got one bottle of the Vegetable Com
pound and one of lllood Purifier and
enabled to nas through that serious
No Humbug Here.
Rock Island Endorsement is What
Counts With the Rock Isl
You can't fool the publio all the
They will find yon out at last.
Every time a man is tooled
Another skeptic is made
Many the remedy that makes the
It fails to keep its promises.
Doan's Kidney Pilis bring renewed
They cure the skeptic.
Plenty of proof of this at homo.
Rock Island proof for Hack Island
Our citizens say they cure back
ache. Cure urinary disorders.
Cure sick kidnejs.
Experience has taught them
Conviction for every sufferer
In the testimony of friends
Read this case:
John Mager, of 293 Eighteenth
street, proprietor of the Architectural
Iron and brass works, says: -'About
a year ago my kidnevs began to tiou
ble me. They gradually grew worse
until in the spring of 1897 I was so
bad that I was hardly able to move
about. There were such terrible
pains through my kidneys that
couia narciy sit down or get up
without sunering irom sharp, shoot
ing pains through my back. In the
morning I felt often so lame and sore
that I oould not get up, and I was
paractically rolled out of bed and
more than once m wife has as3istei
me to get up. I had my attention
called to Doan's Kidney Pills and got
a dox at Marshall & risher's drug
6tore. The first few doses seemed to
relieve me, as I continued taking the
renieay tne pains grew less, and after
using one box I was nearly free from
them. I got a second box aud before
1 Had finished it the trouble left me.
and I have not been bothered with
it since. If my statement will be of
any benefit to others yon are at lib
erty to publish it, for I am only too
glad to recommend a remedv of such
sterling merit as Doan's Kidney
. for sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburp
Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for
me united states, item bemer the
name Doan's and take nn substitute.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher.
Khenmatlsm Onrwl In a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radically cures in one
to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysteri
ous. It removes at once the cause
and disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits. 75
dents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, druggist. Rock Isl
and; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
A Quw (?) MMIclna.
There is a medicine whose pro
prietors do not claim to have discov.
ered some hitherto unknown ingred
ient, or that it is a cure all. This
honest medicine only claims to care
certain diseases, and that its ingred
ients are recognize 1 by the most
skilled physicians as being the best
for kidney and bladder diseases. It
is Foley's" Kidney Cure. Sold by T.
H. 1 nomas.
Scott Ileyuoo.1 strikes It n:ch.
N'l!s. Mich., April 13. It haa ho
learned here from letters received that
Scott Heywood, who wont to Daason
t.iiy. Alaska, last summer, has struck
11 ricn. ana tnat he has taken out about
S.5.0CO wirth of gold.
T Oara a OoM ta Oaa Oar.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All drnggista refund the money
If it fails to cure. 25c The genuine
uas u. d. i. on eaon taoiev.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 ceAts. Reiss
rdug store. 1
nervous system is npset, it is your tmal
duty and privilege to attend to her in
time ! Mother is approaching the most
critical period of her life.
The change of life, that is what mother
is dreading, and no wonder, for it is full
of peril to all but the strongest
There are some special and very
wearing symptoms from which
mother suffers, but she will not
speak of them to any one. Help
her out; she doesn't know what to do
for herself !
Shall I advise you 1 First, end to
the nearest drngbtore and pet a bottle
of Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and see that mother takes it
was relieved again. I was thereby
period very comfortably,
43 Hours to
Lv Rock Ia and B I & V 1 45 p m
Ar Cinclicitii B'g Four 1 10 a m
Lv Cinclonattl Q A C 8 SO a
Ar Jacksonville F C A P 8 40 a m
But two (2) changes enroute,
both in Union Depots. Sleeper
Peoria to Cincinnati. Solid Ves
tibule Train, consisting of Pull
man Drawing Room Buffet, and
Parlor Cafe and Observation
Car Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
Reservation made through to
R I & P By.
R. STOCKH0USE. Gen'l Tioket Agt
Depot 20th str.. Rock Island.
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CLARI AND VAN BDREN STS.
One block from C. H. I. A P. and
l S, &. y. S, II lUroad depot.
Improvi.'mer.ts cort.:;n ?75,OOo.oo have
just been completed, and the house now
oilers every convenience to be found in anv
hntl in.-l,,;r, l.f I .1... '
.. .w, uuiu Hi'i Mil.. ."KI Aid, ClCbim
"tint and steam beA in every room.
Pates 75 cents per day and upwards
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. 0 iter and Proprietor-
D3. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE MB DRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IM!T1TI0MS
Uiolimier positive Written Cnarantefli
by trathon&Yl agita only, tn core Weak Memoir,
Dizzine. Wakefulness, Fits, Ilnteria. Quick.
neea, JtiKht Losses, Kvil I)runa. lick of Conft.
denc. herruaftneas, Lossiiodu. all Drains, Yvath-
lui nrrora, or ureesiTo of iobacco. Upturn,
or labour, which leads tr Hiaary. Consumption,
Insanity nod Death. At atom or br mail, $1 a
box: an for ?V. with written guarantee ta
eare or refund maney. Maniple pack
are, contaiiiirs; v daysr trcbtmant. with full
instructions, 25 ml. Oro sample onlj sold to
soca person. At score or by Hifcii.
tfTRed L-hel Special
i"owar. lost Sliuibood.
auiv"irui.i. uunn art
Rtaruity or nariwuiessj
1 a box; kix for f S. witlJ
to cure in Soars, At
A. J. Kic, Vonnh Aess
agent. Bock Islaad, 11L
Em; Store, sola
White Seal saloon
Health is Wealth
1815 Seccod Avenue.
Are not slys obtainable, eTen at tome of the bigger
stores. Oar stock includes a variety of Beat stylet
all the latett treat: on t, made tor comfort at well as
ttjle. Don't be led ettrty into purchasing odds and
leiQ SECOND AVENUE.
TX7AXTED-A COMPETENT GIRL AT 1SK
TANTED A YOCNO NfRSE GIRL.
Apply at MT Nineteenth street.
1AN"TED-A ;lL FOR GENERAL '
V Louse work at f03 Ninth street. I
TANTED -GENTLEMEN HOARDERS:
room included, luuuire Kl Fourth ave-
WANTED TWO GENTLEMEN ItOARD
ers. Good location. Addrtss H.Tiit
WANTED -GISL TO IK) GENERAL
housework ia family of three, wu5 Twen
TANTED-TORENr AN 8 OR KVKOOM
v modern house May I or before. Ad drear
Vr.NTED WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO
f have shampooing done at I be Columbia
parlors. 1'til Tbiid avenue.
WANTro HOrSECLEANIKO. OR
wsshinir and ironing by tbe day. In
quire at 805 Tenth street.
fANTED-UOARDEKS: CHOICE ROOMS
v and board, with all ' modern conven
iences, M Fourth avenue.
TANTED-A KESPECTAHLE M1DDLE-
? aired lwly forbouiekeeper ia tmall fam
ily. Address care of Tait Ahgch.
COMPETENT HIKI. VOR
hmiMvnrlf Innl. t Mra
L. M Drack, HOD Twenty-Second atreeu
TTANTED-AN EXPERIENCED TRIMMER
v v at the Mlssev T. and J. Malmbei-K'a mil
linery store, Sol Fifteenth street, Moline.
lfANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
v v ireneral housework: German preferred
references required. Appiy at 1001 Fourth
lift VTETl PPT. 1 A m v in ivnr
V V trious men for can vanning and collect-
iuk. ncnu uaoie asu auureaa vo .n. DO, ah
WA N TED GOODS TO 8 TORE IN CHEAP,
elean and litrht atoraira rooms, with '
vator at 10XS Seeond avenue. Johnny Jonaa.
tv 1 -Ufa on toil.
ATANTED AGI!NTS TO SELL OCR OILS
. muu KrccB i nuoi imana ana vicinity.
Permanent position for the right man. The
f k n 1 1 R I li 1 tj mnunv PlovuLnH
XTATK0-10 RENT A MODERN HOfSE
oi irom a to rooms ana Darn, cej
trally located. Call at Suit Twelfth street.
7 ANTED-A6ENTS TO SELL. A lW
v T priced, Krat clas (term proof wu:t
filter. He Is iiuick at a large pr fit. The
voanipion r liter company, Cleveland, Ohio.
TTTANTED-NICELY FrRNISHED ROiM
1 weniy-tnira street south of 8lith ave
nue, or Twentieth street south of Seventh
avenue, Wuick. Address "J. U.," A Bees office
r ANTED GENTLEMAN OR LADY,
v who can give bond, to take charge of a
business in Kook Islsnd. One man cleared
over Sono last year. The Plqua Novelty com
pany, 11o.ua. Obia
WANTED RELIABLE MEN TJ TACK
up advertising signs: tf'M weekly:
steady work. Send 10 cenu for postage, sam
ple, etc. Younr Medicine compnv. H4 North
oiomuo street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED-AqENTS AND SALESMEN;
Ha day plstlng tableware: new pro
cess: eosw but t cents to plate one dozen
knives to wear five years. Send 2k cents f-r
formula. Winkler Chemical company. St
to establish ageoev for aale of latereta
In a Mexican eclTee, rubber and chocolate
f)lantation:ezcemionaloriportunlty' big money
nvestigate. Addreaa 10o3 No. 100 Wasblnstoa
street, Chicago, lil.
WANTEO AGENT3 TO SELL Tn E FTJL
ier fruit huller. It hulls strawberries.
ii 1 rr in i X! w.. ..n
, . "k"' uiT-m w 1111 up, saves
time and lnl.or. perfect in operation, endorsed
. . .. u uitui 0nj,ie one u'iren v
oenis Uem Supply company, Dept. . btatloa
IVTANTKD-TO LOAN MONET ON DIA
foods, farnltura, eta, Hlghen easa prloes
paid for aeeond band (ooda of ali kinds also
roe above f ooda for sale at kaif the oaual
rtore prices. AU boalnea tranaaettona aariotli
iocaa. Two rtajrs on 1M7.
EM OVAL OF THE
Architectural Iron Works
-JX Brass Foundry and
Makan of Heavy and Light Bra and
Brons Casting, Pattern Making and Oca
cral Jobbing. Braas Pipe Bailing. Iron '
and l"r"s Grills, OfBca BaiUncs. Archea.
Gstee aad Fenciaf, lroa Stairs, Doors,
Guards aad Shatters, etc .
Shop and Offioe Cor. of Second Are.
and Twenty-third St
-Tri City Railway
Beck Island, 10.
endt at a flight re
daction when joa
can have the tea-
( ton't chcioett offerlagt at reaionable prices.
Come View Our Stock
LIDIES1 8PEISC 8TILEI.
GENTLEMtS'i SPEISG STTLKi.
SHOE) FOR EVKRTBODT AT KVKKV V&ICV.
f?OTl RACE HORSES. AWMIMUS AKD
A.' show eaaea. W. u. Mauoker.
tjV): SALE-SIX LOTS KEaB TOWN K!00
A. each. Gordon A Ilowmaa.
TXK SALE FIVK irnvt -n siti
TJX)R SALE REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
Ms Ina 111 nP MiiiL jiM Ih. Ihvmi..m I
uire of Thomas Smart, Tls Third avenue.
FOR SALE-LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
Twenty-third street and Nioin avenue: M
foot front. Will sell on ey ternia. Address
T. J. Halpin, Sua Main street. St. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
Twentv-aenond street and Ninth avenus:
03 foot front. Will sell oa easy terms. Ad
dress T. J. Halpin, 6u Mala street, St. Louis,
IJIOR SALE COAL IN ANT QUANTITY
A7 of 10 bunhesi or over at RH per ton, da
UveredC. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at CotnBwwwtal brsiaa barber shop, Roak
Island, or Enos Jamea, Milan.
TjX)R 8 ALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
A? w IU alwmt SO different aUdea, sultaMa for
filing legal blanks or any description of papers
In Hat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive Indei connected. Jam the
thing for any offloe with contracts, etc., to
file. Address II. & C. care of Tae Aaoca.
TJV)R SALE WELL ESTABLISHED nrSI
X news, doing about t3i ouu per aennm; io
rnted on the most prominent comer la the
city of San Antonio: I ouo earn pass the more
every day: one-third tlrst-elaaa farming landa
in Missouri or Kansaa. balance cash or lu
equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Hradley, UK
K. Houston street, San Antonio, Tex.
tjK)R SALE A NUMBER OF VACANT
a.' lots in Slnneta addiuon: very central;
within easy reach of tbe government arenaL
most nf tbe large sbopa la Molme and the
roundhouse of the Chicago. Rock Island A Pa
ciiic railroad. Anyone having the ready cask
Mn hn. An. A. all Af tk.M . . 1
fi"k coulfem- APP'f M L blnnet, 30t
TjlOR RENT-A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
at kju Bixta avenue.
TjXR REST-SAIjOON BUILDING AT IIS
m. seoona avenue by E. U. Guyer.
TjlOR RENT-A DESIRABLE FLAT OF I
-"- rooms at 1 iu r ineteentn xtreet.
RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1I0
s- luiiu avenue, apply v. iMuber.
IR RENT A NICE t ROOM OdTTAGV
m ooutn ttoca insna. w . u. Mauever.
TjlOR RENT- FOIST FLOOR NO. M REV
A. cnth avenue. Apply to George F. Kath,
TTKR RENT-HOUSE AT FOOT OFMOtJNE
avenue ana Tweaiy-third atreet. Apjlf
ea v iviucaovivB.
TJ OR RENT SIX-ROOM HOUSE NO. 9
ot-veovn avenue. Apply to George F.
Roth, Maaonle Temple.
IfOR RENT -TEN-ROOM HOUSE IN THE
lower end of tbe citv. in good repair aad
iiv ssnma avenue.
IIR RENT -EIGHT ROOM HOUSE
Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
Kent l Apply to E. ii. StaOord at Jeckaoa
li Hurst a office.
LWl D-TWO KEYS ON RJ NO OWNER
m- can nave aama oy eailloc at this omoe.
I OST-AN OPEN FACED GOLD WATCH.
4 Waltham movement. Finder please re
turn to this offios aad receive suitable re wars.
1TRITE TO FULTON A YEAGLEY.
ipcbwu. in., 11 yon have aeoouata,
notes or judgroenu va. Trias parties that foa
desire settled or compromised.
T OST-A BLACK SILK CAPE AT HAH
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