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THE AE&US, TUESDAY, MAECII 128, 1899.
Published Daily snd Weekly at 1B4 Second
Ayenue. Koclt llnd, HI. Entered at Uie
Post office as Second-class matter.!
Ui TBI IAMB Or J. W. FOTTKB
TERMS Dally, 10 cent per week. Weekly,
R.0O per annum: In adrance II .&0.
All communications or political or arg-amen-tatlre
character, political or religions, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
acta article will be printed orer fictitious aig
natures. Correspondence solicited from erery town
hip In Bock Island county.
Ti E'DiT. March 28.
For Mayor TBOMAS J MEDILL
For City Clerk A. D. HUKSIXG
For City Attorney C. B. MARSHALL
For Treasurer W. H. McINTYRE
. - , tJ. H. KERR.
AM. Dupery.sors .... , UEORUK c. DCRVAN
For Assessor H. J. LVCHMA.NN
For Collector KMMETT K. REEVES
Fir.it Ward DAN McKrNNEY
Second Ward CHARLES HKIDEM ANN
Third Ward DAN CORKEX
Fourth Ward CHARLES ULECER
Fifth Ward T. A. PENDER
Sixth Watd J. W. SNITZER
It TheArs;a) kaows.ofcoorse.that
Mac's name has Iwra shifted from first to
second place on "the corner's slate, and
t hat Mac Is hustling: tooth and toenail to
become the nominee for city clerk. Mac
has been trying; fors week now to set np
his pins for his nomination, bnt It Is little
help he sets outside of his corner push,
sod the chances are that he will cnt as In.
significant a Afore In the convention for
city clerk as two years ago he cut for may
or. MAC'S KEI'ITATION AS A MAKER
AND HREAKEK OK PROMISES IS Of A
LASTING DESCRIPTION. I'nlon, Feb. 0,
After all it is Dot unnatural that
it should require a double headed
Johnson to even attempt to elect a
double beaded mayor.
Ami so lios.s Steve O'Connor, as
a self-constituted, "corner'Mnstruc
ted source of republican infor
mation, lias ietered out. too, eh?
J. S. Clakkson, of Iowa. "formerly
chairman of the republican national
committee, is a candidate for secre
tary of the United States ' senate. If
hf (jets it, it will put him promi
nently before the people and enable
him to pose a.iin as the prophet of
A New Voiek mail carrier while
jjiitheriu; mail from the street bo.xes
found a baby do iu one of them.
The bad boy of the neighborhood was
proiiably rejonsibIe for the animal
bciti;; there, but h; didn't make him
wlf known. The puppy has lnien
adopted by the force as a mascot.
Dkspite the most desperate en
deavor to misrepresent the facts t hat
the combined elements in the Union
otlicc can employ, the people of Kock
Island can not be swayed from their
purpose to elect to the city attorney
ship a man whose jualilications have
lcen tested, whose experience is of
inestimable value to the city, in pref
erence to one whose only explanation
is the imagination that the republican
party owes hiui this particular ollice.
One "who has iven up a particularly
attractive federal apjKjintment which
Congressman Prince secured for him
two years sx'o when he was turned
down, merely to come back to Kock
Island and ajjain assert his claim.
Kveky part of the hydra-headed
Union is kept so busy these days en
deavoring to explain away the weak
ness of its own ticket or prevaricat
ing about the opposing one that the
sheet is neglecting entirely current
events as they come up. Two im
portant meetings, held last evening.,
one of local merchants, who enter
tained distinguished visitors, and the
other of colored citizens to arrange
for a reception for the brave loys of
their race, who have leen in Cuba
lighting under the stars and stripes,
were ignored iu order to give time
and space to what evidently strikes
the Union and all its pre sent "day vol
unteers as of more inijwrtance to
Kock Island at the present time the
attempt to elect a man branded by
his own party as the champion prom
ise breaker, to the mayoral chair.
American citizens, it is safe to say,
will rejoice in the contemplated ob
servance of May 1. 1H9'J. as "Dewey
Iay." to be made for that one cele
bratiou a legal holiday bv the action
OV il l. NAr."i
of the Globe for
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KRM.ll MEDICAL LftWS,
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World moned f RnMTtrttv snrffwil t
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31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branca Eotue. Ova ClAMtrorks.
Jjn tivimtm. MtwuMtrrm. mud.
V OUST wata( .5'
KTOJUCOAL tMat for
of the various states in the union.
There is good reason for the Ameri
can desire to thus distingnish the first
anniversary of the battle in Manila
bay. The glorious victory then won
by" Admiral Dewey and his men had a
tremendous influence in bringing
about the speedy termination of the
war with Spain. It was a revelation
of the aggressive abilities of the
American navy. It broke the Span
ish spirit at the out3et. creating a
national panic well nigh paralyzing
in its effect, and which needed but
that other victory off Santiago to de
velop into a complete rout. In ad
dition to its immediate influence on
the progress of the war, this great sea
tight also added immensely to the
prestige of American sea power. Y ith
the triumphant thunder of Dewey's
guns at Manila the lankee navv
sprang at once into the front rank of
superbly effective militant forces.
European critics awarded to Dewev
the fame of having fought a sea battle
that stood without a parallel in the
completeness of its destruction of an
enemy's fleet. The lory thus won by
JJewey belongs to His country as wen.
Mav 1, should be celebrated in
memorable style. Every stake and
territory should and will join in the
Fcade's Eccentrlo Ens:llh. f
Reade's nse of the English langnaga,
too, was eccentric, not to say Indiaroua.
In "A Simpleton," when he wished to
signify that two peoplo turned their
backs on each other in a fit Of te uper,
he wrote, They showed napes." De
scribing the complexion of the . New
Haven fithwives in "Christio John
stone," he says, "It is a race of women
that the northern ran peachifies instead
of rosewoodizing. In Jteadiana." he
describes a gentleman giving a luncn to
two ladies at a railway restaurant as
follows: "He souped thmii, he tough
chickened them, he brandied and cochi
nealed one, and he brandied and burnt
sugared the other" (brandy and cochi
neal and brandy and burnt sugar being
Reade's euphemisms for port and sherry
respectively). While he was preparing
his series of articles on Old Testament
characters he read what he had written
to John Coleman on one occasion and
came to this startling passage in his ar
"Having now arrived at this conclu
sion, we must go tbo whole hog or
Coleman objected to this phrase.
"You don't like the hog, I see," said
Readc. "Well, it's a strong figure of
speech and ii's nnderstanded ot the
people; but yes. yon are right. It's
scarcely Scriptural. So out it goes."
A correspondent reports an occurrence
which took place at a night school.
" Williams, " asked the instructor,
"which is the largest island in the
"It's either Asia or Africa," replied
the yonng man to whom the question
"I am speaking of islands, Williams.
Tboso are continents."
"I think not, sir," drawled Wil
liams. "When the Suez canal was cut,
it made islands of both of, 'em, sir.
Come to think of it, sir, tbo largest is
Asia and Europe. It's all one piece of
ground." Youth's Companion.
Future of the Itlcj-cle.
It I lurreed by a'l bicycle manufacturers that
tlie l'. models represent the perfect wheel.
Improvement seems to be Impossible. Pre
cisely the same thiinf is true of Ilostetter's
Stoioach Bitters. It represents the limits of
Hcieace in overcoming disease, and it is im
possible to make a belter medicine for the
stomach, lifer or kidneys and blood. A few
doses of the Bitters will start weak, nervous
and bloodless people on the road to Mremrth.
A regular course of treatment will brinic back
the pink to the cheeks and sparkle to the eye.
Sleep w ill come naturally, and it will be re
freshing and healthful. Dyspepsia, indigestion
and constipation will be completely banished,
and the blessinK of true health bestowed.
Never take a substitute fur this perfect rem
edy. Nclatlc Khenmatism Cared.
I.. Wagner, wholesale druggist
Richmond, Va.. says: ! had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard of
line results from others who have
Sold by Otto t'rotjan. 1501 Second
avenue. Kock I!and; Gust Sch'.egel &
Son. 220 West Second street, Daven
port. DrlDk Ciraln-O
After you have concluded that you
ought not to drink coffee. It is not a
medicine, but doctors order it. be
cause it is healthful, invigorating and
appetizing. It is made from pure
grains and has that rich sk.iI brown
color and taste like the linest grades
of coffee and costs about one-fourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nour
ishment. Ask your grocer for
(Irain-O. the new food drink. 15 and
We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ia our home. We
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or myself
begin to catch cold we begin to use
the Cough Remedy, and as a result
we never hnve to send away for a doc
tor and incur a large doctor bill, for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
fails to cure. It is certainly a medi
cine great meiit and worth. D. S.
Mearkle. General Merchant and Farm
er, Mattie, IJedford county. Pa., For
sale by all druggists.
Croup instantly N relieved. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Perfectiy safe. I
.citt una. ji any urug BLure. ror
sale by Marshall & Fisher.
Cures' Crip, Catarrh, Asthma,
Bronchitis and all Throat
and Lunr Diseases.
THE INHALER IN USE.
Munvon's Inhaler has been an im
mediate success. It only requires a
few moment's test to demonstrate to
the user that at last a rational cure
for these diseases has been invented.
Professor Munyon simply tells you
what the Inhaler will do, and then
throws wide open the door, that you
mav investigate it for yourself with
out cost. He is willing to abide by the
result of your trial. He knows "that
the experiment will mean a recom
meudation of this great cure. He is
certain that relief will come, and that
restoration to health will follow.
Iletter than medi
Jtetter than doc
Itetter than coins;
to r lonaa. -
Better than any
thing you have
It reaches the sore
It heals the raw
It from to the seat
of the disease.
it penetrates ob
scure places where
drara taken into
th atomacu can
It arts as a bain
u;r-fr -e!"i i kT
ami tonic to the
M hole system.
If you have a cold, try it.
If you have the grip, try it.
If you have a cough, try it.
If you have catarrh, try it.
If you have sore throat, try it.
If you have weak lungs, try it.
Price with everything complete,
At all druggists, or mailed from our
Try it Free of Charge.
MARSHALL & FISHER'S
Harper House Pharmacy.
Polite attendants will be on duty
all day and evening to answer ques
tions and demonstrate its value.
Kverybody is invited to give this In
haler a free trial. No trouble to show
it. You are welcome to a treatment
whether you purchase or not. The
cost is only f 1. At all druggists or
mailed from our ollice on receipt of
Sciatica, lumbago and all rheumatic
pains cured by Munyon's Rheumatism
Cure. Dyspepsia and all Stomach
trcubles cured by Munyon's Dyspep
sia Cure. NintV per cent of all kid
ney complaints " cured by Munvon's
Kidney Cure. Headaches, colds and
coughs, impure blood, general debili
ty, nervousness, all quickly cured by
Munyon's Remedies. The remedies
cost mostly 25 cents a vial and are
sold by all druggists. There are 57
different cures for 57 different ail
ments. TREATMENTS 1Y MAIL,
Write Professor Mnnvon for advice
which is ABSOLUTELY" FKEE. The
most obstinate cases successfully
treated in the strictest confidence.
"Guide to Health' free.
Munyon's H. H. R. Co.
1505 ARCH STREKT. PHILAt ERPHIA.
"So in your last place yon were yalet
to a count? When did 70a have to cali
him in the morninp?"
"At half past 7."
"Call me at a quarter to 8!" Flie
There wu only an edition of 750 of
Herbert Spencer's "Social Static." It
took 14 years to selL Of the "Princi
ples cf Psychology, " also brought ont
at the aether's cost, only 650 were cold
in 12 years. The first series of essays,
COO copies, took 10 a year.
T&t Imd Ym Han Ahrars Bought
fellow Stones Can Be Made to 1. 00 It
Like Gems of the First Water.
- "There are tricks in every trade" has
grown to be an adage, and this proverb
holds especially good with regard to the
jewelry trade, which for "ways that
are dark and tricks that are vain" fair
ly takes the palm for roguery.
Although a great deal of capital, time
and labor have been devoted to counter
feiting the diamond, very little snccesa
has been obtained from a fraudulent
point of view, as the diamond possesses
extraordinary qualities of hardness
and brilliancy, with which no imi
tation, np to now, can attempt to vie.
'"Paste" of all kinds can be tested by
means of a sharp 6teel file, which
scratches its surface.
A method of successful imposition
with diamonds has, however, been dis
covered, and the originator of this swin
dle actually defrauded the pawnbrokers
of London alone in one year of upward
The general public, as well as jewel
ers, are aware that diamonds of a yel
lowish tinge, or, as they are called in
the trade, "straws," are worth very lit
tle. Large stones of this color, even
when weighing from 10 to 100 carats,
are quite common and will only fetch
in the market from $5 to $20 per carat,
the value, of course, increasing in ratio
with weight. Diamonds of the same
weight, if of the first water, or perfect
ly colorless, would be worth from five
to ten times as innch.
The methods of the individual refer
red to were as follows: He purchased a
quantity of "yellow" stones, and then
by a simple yet ingenious process suc
ceeded in imparting to them an evanes
cent purity of color. This was done by
procuring two ordinary glasses, a kettle
of boiling water and a threepenny
packet of mnuve dye.
The "yellow" diamond, which was
perhaps set in a gold ring or pin, was
merely dipped in the glass containing
the dye. and then in clean boiling wa
ter half a dozen times, and allowed to
dry, when it presented all the appear
ance, even to the eye of an expert, of a
magnificent stone of the first water.
' The next move was to place the ring
on the finger, and the well dressed dia
mond dyer would sally forth, enter a
pawnbroker's and pledge the ring for at
least three times its worth. Within 12
hours, however, the effects of the dye
would have disappeared, and the pawn
broker could only wonder what on
earth was wrong with his eyes when he
advanced so much money on snch a yel
Fortunately, owing to the magnitude
of this individual's operations, the
fraud was discovered, and now pawn
brokers, if they are suspicions of a dia
mond's color, immerse it in nitric acid,
which destroys any dyo that may be
present without in any way injuring
the stone. London MaiL
"5?iyw, there's the people that buy
canaries, said the bird dealer. "'Queer
people they are. -The canary has no
more love in it than a cat not so much
as a cat has for a cauary. It loves noth
ing but feed, and it can't make believe
as much affection as a cat can when it
wants something. But hundreds buy
canaries and love them queer people;
lonely people mostly. Some nave friends.
bat that makes no difference about their
being lonely. Nobody loves them, just
"But the worst is nobody wants their
love either. They are hnmblelike,
though. They don't expect lova All
they want is something to love not
much of anything, juet anything. So
the cauary does.
"Yes, I sell lots of 'em canaries, and
I can tell every time a customer comes
in the door if he wants a canary or ca
nary feed." New York Commercial.
We, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
1iorst von hoeckritz.
Ten thousand demons gnawing
awav at one's vitals couldn't be much
worse than the tortures of itching
piles. Yet there's a cure. Doau's
Ointment never fails, ror sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
Before the discovery of One Minute
Co'.-.irh Cure, ministers were greatly
disturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. J-or sale ny 1.
II. Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F.
Corner Third Avenue Nineteenth
Bright Reading Rpoms,
Social and Game Rooms,
Evening Educational Classes,
Any self respecting man irrespec
tive of creed or nationality may join
iMOTT'S PENNYROYAL ftLLS
Tb-rr ovrrrofr) WctvkBrM, trrriru
Unt r svni omiMloMBcrcasc vior
a4 Dan 1 tit i9bt of mentrum.
tiwa.- Titer WAfo it arei
to trirlt at vonMibuoa, eroding de-
ronsf.Mt f orriBt tltd boOT. No
. k tKym m rraMMly for womem eqwsU
tbm. Cllraot ! ftirm life b-
For sale bj U. F. CAhn&cn, Oruggita.
O. M. HtSTOON, Manager.
Telephone 111?. Office hours I to 6 p. m.
New Subscribers Since last Book Was
1002 Apple, J. S.
1272 Bahnsen, F. W., res.
4092 Drs. Burkhart & Burkhart.
4371 Collum, John & Co.
4283 Ellenwood, L. V., residence.
4181 Gregg, Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4343 Kerns, George M., res.
13S6 Lockney, Rev. J. F., res.
4093 Looney & Kelley.
1956 McCaskrin & McCaskrin.
4472 Palace of Sweets.
4104 Reed & Bollman.
4144 Robinson, M. B. & Co.
4082 Summers, R. G. & Co.
1332 White, I. S,, res. ,
4444 Britton & Paulsen.
4402 Cash, George W. Son.
1280 Kerns, S. A., res.
4391 Lewis, Simon.
4482 Pearsall, George & Son, res.
1275 Ullemeyer, Charles,
1276 Wilcher. Phil S.
4351 Connelly, John, res.
1266 Loeb, L. res.
1223 The Rock Island Club.
1123 R. I. Plow Co., Kerns, S. A.
1180 C, B. &Q. freight ollice.
1158 Morris & lewis.
4503 Boynton, E. W., res.
1255 Keitu, J. W.
1285 Trefz. Wni. res.
1710 Ball, Dr. .1. A., office.
4803 Bleuer, Fred.
4801 Cramer, O. E.
4893 Dolly Bros.
4802 Eastman, W. II. & Co.
4594 Godfrey, E. F.
1153 Haas, J. L., res.
. 1299 Heidemann. Chas., res.
4051 Hubbe. W. C.
4374 Kerler Bros.
4942 Koch, John Sr.
1298 Lippincott, Chas., res.
4702 Maucker, W. C, branch store
4602 Maucker, W. C, main store.
4603 Maucker, W. C, livery.
4bU4 .Maucker. W. c, res.
4072 Palace Cigar store.
1319 Streckfus, John res.
4903 Tav lor, C. C.
1298 Ulrich, Jas. II., res.
4701 Wagner, Robert res.
4591 Ehiner, E. A.
4801 Bear, Jonas & Co.
4894 Crow. Mrs. C. M.
4891 Eberhart. E. C.
4904 Folsom, II. D.
4373 Pearson, Sidney C.
4093 Ramser, Jacob
4741 Siemon, 11. T.
4361 Totten, W. C, res.
N B. Cut out the above and paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
airectory lor reaay reference.
In beautiful array will
be shown at the
grand millinery open
MRS. D. LA FRENZ,
and Tuesday, March
25. 27 and 28. Car
nations to callers.
1324 Third avenue. Rock Island
Dr. WiiaIn Indian PH
Ointment wl. Xre Blind
Uleediijff an licking
Pile Ol nt-
Everr box is
jiy anuririKts. ty man ou
eipt of price. 641 cents and f I.OU. Ul I " J
MANUFACTURING CO.. Props.. Cleveland. OLuk
Sold by M F. Banbsen druclta
8 awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plana sent
as Xor estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Book
Island on the C, B. & Q. B. B.
Traits Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12. Mitchell & Ljnde'i build
ABTUDB BUB BALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colons, III.
If. M M II R
tl ,Jf H If lies. 11 ubKortu.
4r 14 N aiiays me ltcniut'ai
11 H aasias a poultire, elves in
nt lief. ilr. Williams' Indian
metit is prepared for Piles
LI Inn of lbs urivate parts.
.O Are always se'ling the best poods
they thorouphly understand how to buy and are ulways Kivinir their eus
tomers the benefit. We wish to call special attention to our line of eof
feesi Having completed a contract for aei-eral thousand pounds of diHer-
rl ent grades, each (Trade to be roasted especially for us and shipped as we
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee unsurpassed in quality at
jjjZJ bottom prices. Note the following quotations:
Our Golden Rio at
OurN. &L. Santos Pea berry
Our N. & L. Imperial. . . .".
Our N. & L. Java
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha
Let us also quote you
Sehepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound .... r ... .
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar..
Knameline stove polish . . .
Rising Sun stove polish . .
Heinz's sour pickles, per
CASH GROCERS, 329
Drink at the Fountain oi Health
and be made well
' The most successful
and the most sclentilio
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
His reputation for yearsla Davenport. where he haRcuredhundrediofchroniccases Riven us
as hopeless by others, proves coaulusi vely that his scientific methods of treatment cure when
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CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, Liver and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanoe
system of medicine.
OMiJN suffering from Diseases of the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys,
Nervous Exhaustion. Palpitation of he Heart, Dyspepsia, or any disease peculiar to sex
f houlil call on the trreat Suec-lalist and ijet an opinion on their cae free of charite.
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Drains, Night Losses, Defective Meinorv. Threateped Inianty. Loss of Will Power, Ment
Delusions, Sleeplessness. Lost Mauhood, Weakness of Men, etc.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of .Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent euro In seven days by our painless
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nam
erous acknowledgments we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and surgical cases is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not. trMe Limn with nt.hera. hut innit-.ilt. iih nt nnit &nif
regain your lost health. There Is a siai;e In every disease that aan be cured. Java,
you passed that stace? If not. do not experiment anyl ontttir. but consult us at onoe. Pur
Ibermore'we offer it. 000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make it an objens
to investigate ours. No other specialist offers such a fair proposition. ONLY CURAiiLK
CASES TaKEN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun
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OF&CE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVEXPORT, IA
We are now busy getting in our spring 2f
stock. There are many snap bargains in
our stock upou which prices have been J
placed that will merit your attention. The j&
receipt of new goods make the old ones j
move aad we have put prices on them that .('t
will make them go lively.
& ounc CMADO
- Come quickly and
& pocket book a favor.
I L, f V. ' i - j7 S . 1 'ft
Rock Isand Savings Bank,
Rook Islands III.
Incorporated Under tic
HOBEY L0A5ED 05 PIE305AL COLLATERAL OS EEAL ESTATE 8E0UEIT1
. J. tf. Buford. president,
John Crubaugb, Vice President.
P. GreeBawait, Cashier.
Becsc business July Z. lWO, snd occupy the
b. H. eorner of Mitchell Lndo
at the lowest prices, simply because
3 pounds of jelly
Ilonev Drip svrnp, pe
Sorghum, per gallon . .
I rice and raisins, per jjl
1 r. -, . . 1 i"W.
Canned peas, 5c, 7ic and
3 for.. 1 25c
Fancy patent Hour, per
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. Thone 1090.
DR. J. E. WALSH.
Late of Chicago, former
ly Sunreon-in-Ohlef of St.
EVERY DEPARTMENT. &
you will do your !
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now Is the time to hare youi
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleas ore to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
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