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KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, MABCII 28, 1890.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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CIIAS W. YERBURY. Manager.
W. B. BARKER,
has purchased the well-known
Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street,
-arid hoprts to retain the euatom of Lis predecessor.
will intke a groat effort to iMrpd utUe the good name of this
Old Established Grocery
that It h alw.yj enjoyed by dentin? only lit the let goo Is, at the Lowest Prices.
Successor to A damson & Ruick,
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i ft A&Lzvni fit
k liinuiiunij uinuiiiiuui,
i AV! lllllUiXUilU UlUULLAlllWlj
tp Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
ISIfSecond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Elm Street GroceiT
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard & Browner)
FLOUR NrD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make price3 as low
aq the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
Proprietor of the Old
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire etock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
S"Fresh Farm Produce always on Land
Mr. "mart desires a renewal of hi. old trade and will try and give patrons prices and treatment
S of yore.
Contractors and Builders,
ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER WOHK DONE.
fQeneral Job' lng done on short notice an J.satlnf action guaranteed.
Office and Sbop 1412 Fourth avenue,
CITY PAINT SHOP.
DRUCKItllLIiER & CO.,
Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
rAll work warranted and done to order on short notice.
Shop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 3d and 4th avenue.
bctJi her time and her kor,
fmfl that tar rlnThpc rilh n
softer lhan those of her
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
. L FAIRBANR & CO.,
AND DKALKH IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
85"Rest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 lSlh Si. Telephone 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
WW MA 'U N V
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
COMPLETE IN ALL
For CtttdlocuoB Address
J. C. DUNCAN,
KEEP TO THE EIGHT.
Do not be Imposed on by any of the
In itattons, aobsUinlea, etc., which are flooding
ths world. There is only one Swift's Bpedflc,
ai d there Is nothing like It. Oar remedy eon
la ns no Merrniy, Potash, Antenle, or any pota
oiiOQs sobetance whaterer. It builds np the gen
eral health from the first dose, and has never
failed to eradicate contagions blood poison and
Um effects from the system. Be sure to get tbe
giooine. Send yoor addrees for our Treatise on
Bood and Skin Diseases, which will be mailed
B. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Oa.
Bljod Purifier, Tonic,
and Brain Food.
A Most Remarkable Remedy
Wh th Conquers and Eradicates Disease- There
ma; be no ailment so serions but that a faithful
cou sc of this medicine will restore yon to health.
Wc trnly believe it to be TBE BEST compound
(purely vegetable) which con be prepared, and
use l. ilne -La Grippe" has added another ter
ror 10 the list, it Is with renewed atirfaetlon we
can as.iire yon this medicine will overcome it
and leave yon free from ita baneful effects.
Many of you know something of the nnparal
ellel virtno of (his wonderful compound, which
not only builds and tones up the wrsttne ener
gies, but It also purifies the blood and enullca'es
all ulseie. It Is a pure Mid eleeant vegetable
conponndand instwhal is needed. Druggists
ran ei iu Send for advise sad circulars.
It is warranted. We shall be bappy to send
pamphlets" giving many particulars to all wbo
wiai them, $100 per bottle. For further par
lion isrs address
THE GKEA.T RESTORER WORKS.
IcOO Portland Ave. Minneapolis, Minn.
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done, a specialty of furnishing
all kinds of Stoves with
Castings, at 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. Proprietors.
A. D. HUESING,
Bepresents. among other time-tried and well
kne wn Fire insurance Companies he following :
Poyal Insn-ance Company, of England.
V ewbexttT Fire Ina. Company ul N . V.
Buffalo German Ins Co .Buffalo, X. Y.
itnebeater German Ina Co.. Rochester, N. T.
Otisens Ins. Co., of Fittborijh, Pa.
S in Fire Office. London.
I nion lu. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Ci.. New Hiveu, Co-"n.
It ilwauaee Mi'ijhanica Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
German fire Ina. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office No. 1608 Second Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
Ti old Fir and Tlme-trM Oesnpsataa
IiOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
Ii4m as tow aa any reliable company eaav aflasA.
Yoar paonaa to anUcttaA.
VMai la Argaa block.
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
9rinc for Uvnteria, I)iine.l''il. Neuralgia, Waks
fuiiitf., Muntal lepr.ruon. burtwiuniror Uie liraiu r
suitmtr In Insanity aud lewlluir tu nii.ery U. aT and
iinth. Premature Old Ag-e. Burriine. lit or Power
in elinar wx. involuntary 1.ok-i, and Spormatorrtuca
l-aawd by ovurtet tlon of I ho train, ssltlu-a or
r-lndiilen. tai l, box ct.nt.in" one niootn'. treat-
vt .'Pi?' - L m '"?x J' '? ,or mt ' mall prrpdd.
ith eatlj order for lx boles. Kill Mnd purvhaier
m nnM to rerund money If the treatmrat fail, to
cutis. Ouai axttoui lued and iron uioa aold ouly by
Dra?giats. Sole Agents, corner Third arenas and
Twentieth street. Bock Island, 111.
GOLD MEDAL, FABIB, 1878.
W. BAKEK & COS
1 mbmotuielv par mnd
it U aewMe. -
No Chem icals
an nwd is h prepAntioa. It Imm
morm tium thtm Moum fte Mrndl vi
Cocoa n-iwd iritfe Surch, Anowrooc
or 8ugw, u4 Utarvfora far dot
tcanumic!, oog U thorn, m wnl
m It u deliciou-, iKmruuu&f,
nd admirably adapted tar invalida
ai well a for pvraona in Itaattk.
Hold br Groeers TerTrher
W. BAKER & CO. Dorchester. Mass
sal sallafarttun in lbs
enre of Uonorrboea. and
Gleet, i prescribe II and
feel safe in recommenc
ing it to all aunerers.
a. J. KTm, H.D.
r..l,t l.y Drnnists.
PEERLESS DYES bst
For BLACK STOCKDiGS.
Lain 4n 49 'lra that welthar
smubs. au usljtsr jraas.
Bold by Druggist Jit
Peerless Braixe Fai rts colan,
Feerless 1 tmdiy Stnina. -
ri '- -Ink ,t
Peerless Shoe ft Hanass Drasaia
The llreat Restorer!
f TO ft 0ATS.j
THE FARMERS, TOO.
A Prohibitory Tariff for the Hop Growers.
Oar arsjw Exportation.
It is not to be wondered at that at a
time when the tariff mania is attacking
so many people of all conditions and oc
cupations some of the farmers have
caught the infection, too. The farmers,
aa is well known, have almost uo "pro
tection," and all the other protected
classes prey upon the farmers as upon no
other portion of our population. The
farmers are so numerous and are so scat
tered over the land, have so little organi
zation and so little means for getting
their case heard by those in authority,
that they get fleeced right and left, and
are, then told that it is all for their own
It is almost natural, therefore, that a
limited number of farmers, pursuing a
special form of industry like hop grow
ing, should take advantage of their posi
tion to join in the universal clamor for
high and higher "protection."
The hop growers of New York have
petitioned congress to raise the duty on
hops to 25 cents a pound. The duty now
levied ia 8 cents a pound, and this is
equal, at present prices, to 40 jer cent,
ad valorem. The duty asked tor would
equal 125 per cent, ad valorem. Mr. De
Lano has accordingly introduced a bill
to make the duty 20 cents a pound, equal
to 100 per cent, ad valorem.
The hop merchants of New York city
have presented a countor petition, in
which tliey make out a strong case
against the claims of the growers. Ac
cording to the treasury reports we im
ported last year 5,584,000 pounds of hops,
and we exported 10,038,000 pounds. As
we are able to sell abroad twice as much
hops as we buy, it is somewhat curious
to see the reason for any increase. 1
The growers state that the hop industry
is in a deplorable condition; their prices
are lower than formerly; therefore con
gress must come to their relief. But the
prices of wheat and corn are also much
lower than formerly, and no amount of
pretended protection can benefit the
grow ers of those grains. Their surplus
product, which is simply enormous, goes
to foreign markets, and prices are regu
lated there by conditions beyond the
reach of the strong arm of congress.
The same is true of hops; one-fourth of
our total product is sent abroad and re
ceives the price prevailing in non-American
Our growers will doubtless get their
prohibitory duty through congress. But
they should remember that it is a matter
of much graver importance to thein to
have a market abroad for ten million
pounds of American hops than to exclude
from the American markets five and one
half million pounds of the foreign arti
cle. Retaliation ahroad may result; for
there have already been expressions of
dissatisfaction among growers iu foreign
countries that American hops were in
vading their home markets. If there
should be retaliation, the American
grower may know who will be hurt most.
Bn is it not a comical thing that the
American grower should ask a prohibi
tory duty against the very foreigner
whose markets he successfully invades?
Another Truat ia ProapecU
It is reported by The Sew York Com
mercial Bulletin that the manufacturers
of ingrain carpets are in a . bad way,
prices being very low and competition
very keen, and that a combination scheme
is on foot.
This will be another one of the numer
ous trusts which are intrenched behind
the tariff bulwark. Carpets of the kind
named pay a duty equivalent to nearly
half their cost abroad.
Here, then, is a case where "protection
haa done it work" iu first work. Sharp
competition has been developed and
prices have gone down. Hence protec
tion must now do its second work it
must give birth to a trust for the pur
pose of getting more protection in an
other form. The president of the sugar
trust remarked recently that the great
trust over which he presides was simply
endeavoring to do for itself what con
gress had undertaken to da for it; in
other words, to protect an industry by
keeping pricea up, and thus making
goods dearer to the consumer.
But the protection of the carpet mak
ers haa had another effect. The high
price of the wool they need has fostered
the use of shoddy to an extern never be
fore seen. The common coarse wool
used In carpet making pays a duty of
two and one-half cents a pound, thus
adding about 25 per cent, to its cost. The
senate bill of the last congress proposed
to raise the duty to four cents a pound,
or about 40 per cent, ad valorem. The
present demands of the wool growers
seem likely to result in an increase equal
ly great, and perhaps greater, In the
forthcoming tariff bill of Mr. McKinley's
Where are those eminent Republicans
in congress who have said that those in
dustries which form themselves into
trusts shouldhavethe tariff prop knocked
from under them?
Let them speak out now.
England is one of the countries which
are spoken of by high tariff delegations
before congressional committees as "tbe
poor and poverty stricken nations of the
But the commerce of England, for the
month of January reached a point never
before attained, by her, and was, conse
quently, greater than the commerce of
any other nation, at any time in the
The manufacturing industry of Eng
land is just now on such a boom that
labor is reported to be actually scarce.
The labor unions are not able to meet the
demand for skilled laborers, and over
time ia general in most of the larger
establishments. Tbe present year prom
ises to be the most prosperous that Eng
land has ever had.
Will the protectionists then drop Eng
land from their familiar old "pauper la
bor" argument? Or will they change
their tune and demand all the higher
protection because the British laborer
has full work and higher watros?
Wbat it Costs
Must be carefully considered by tbe
great majority of people in buying even
necessities ot life. Hood's BaraaparUla
commends Itself with special force to the
great middle classes, because tt combines
positive economy with great medicinal
power. It is the only medicine of which
can truly be said "100 doses one dollar."
and a bottle taken according to directions
will average to last month.
The Lake Shore railroad horror dem
onstrates the necessity for a brake that
win not break.
For MARCH is ready on the News Stands
at Ten Cents a copy.
All the editors connected with The Ladies Home Yr
Journal are high salaried
best to be had for money. f
The Most Distinguished Writers
-ifc ill tllP Unirrrl .rnt-pc arc
1 names as
' Rev. T. DeWitt ralmage,
A Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney,
Josiah Allen's Wife,
' Margaret E. Sangster,
vj Susan Coolidge,
J Kate Upson Clark,
Kate Tannatt Woods,
Louise Chandler Moulton,
2 Mis. Lew Wallace,
a I All1 re rnflo - af
a i. I VS. 11UI1UI LUJ V. 1 KJ liIVl 3
$ finest published, and the
v'such names as
-rt FREDERICK DIELMAN,
il W. HAMILTON GIBSON,
3- As an experiment,
iiilj vuur liimuv. it is
T..1.. m. o
iu juty ioyu, on
Their tosicss Booming.
Probilily no one thins? haa caused such
a general revival of trmie nt Hailz A
Bahnoen's drug store an th-ir giving
away to their customers of o many free
trial hoitles of Dr.King's New Discovery
for consumption . Their trade is simply
enormous in this very valuable article
from the fot ihat it aorays cures and
never disappoints. Coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat
and lung diseaors quickly cured. You
can test it before Imjini: hy setting a
trial bottle five, large size 91. Every
The transition from long liuw'ering
and painful Mokness to robust health
marks ao epoch in the life of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is treas
ured in memory and the agency whereby
the good health bus been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is beard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So manv feel they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
stomach, of lonsr or short standing tou
will surely find relief by ue of Electric
Bitters. Sold at 50c and $1 per bottle
at n,rtz fc Bithnsen's drug store.
BCCKI.EN'S AUNIC4 SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns un 1 all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz Rahnsen.
Bck Beadaebe and relieve all tbe trouble fnef
dent to a bilious rta te of the system, auoa an
Xlzzh.ess, Kausea, Drowsiness. Distress aitor
eating. Pain in tbe Hide, ko. While thvir most
lemsriaiilo sucoohs baa beea altown ia eating A
ficad&cbe. yt CsrtAr Little Llvpr pma are)
cqimUy valuable in Constipation, coring and pro.
Venting tuisanncyingcotnplaiut, while they also
correct allcUsordcrsot theatomach.atimuitethk
Jiver and regulate the bowela. vtn il Uiey otiiy
lAcbetbey wonld be almost prioeleas to those M
'Suffer from thisdlatnaung complaint; but fortu
nately their goodueas does noteud heretnd those;
whoonoetry them will find these little pillavata.
able In so many ways that tbey will not be wit
mg to do witboat them. But after allalcabea4
la the bane of so many lives that beraiawbeT
iwemakeonr great boast. Out 'plllacureitwhlla
Others do sot.
I Carter Little Liver PHI are very small ami
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dosei.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by Uieir gentle action please all wbo
naethem. InvlaataSoenta; fiveforSL SoU
by druggist ewywtmre, or eut by maiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMAUP1LU SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
n "LY, CATARRH
uream uaim I fivh;V1
rA i" -iri uniti
Allays Pain and
T- " '',
Heals the Sores. Jt
TRY THE CURE
A particle la applied into each nostril and 1
agreeable. Price 60 cent at Oraggtata; by snail
rezlstered,60eenta. ELY BKOfB-Re. U War
rea street New York.
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writers, for they are thenr
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Mrs. Elizabeth B. Custer,
Margaret J. Preston,
Rose Terry Cooke,
Harriet Prescott Spofiord,
James Whitcomb Riley.
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artists engaged comprise t
WM. ST. JOHN HARPER,
W. L. TAYLOR, and others.
and to introduce the Journal
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I THE 1 RATELEUS NODE.
CHICAGO. KIICK ISLAND PA) IKIC MAI.V
way-IV pot enrnt-r Fifth avenue and Thirty
fir t Mrgpt. C II SkBlion, ascot.
1 tLT. ;Arrit(
Council Bluff Miuuem-1 ,
ta Hay Kipws M.50 am aiSiM am
Kanaas City Day Express... B-W am 11 -00 pm
.'.iihif, oir."i- ....... fl B( PD JalUOpm
taExprM. f! ":5pn, 7 :80 am
Council Hinds Omaha ,' ,-,.
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f ' n-Kw, 8.30 am
ansa. City Limited... .... 'ln is pm M:S4 am
Denver Vetibnle E iprca. 11:41pm 3 : W am
tlioing west, jftoing east. laily.
TJUHLtNGTON RttlTTE- B. 4 O. RAIL-
J- ay Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.
M J. Yooi'p, agent.
T K A INS j urn j .!,
tt. LoUI KlIirrM. -.4 am . T 1 a a r
St. Liui. Rxprrsa j 7:60 pm S:40;pm
8L l-anl Ripreac j 7 So am
K Paul CntM.a -. Irt
llranf-Iown Passenger i 8:5tnv ii:0Rani
Way Prelvht (Monmouth)...; :UI ami l:S0pm
-ayrreiiini imeriiait; ii:wam; :uam
Sterling Passenger , 8:(sm: SrSOpm
Duhngiie 1Q;5 am- :10 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PACL KAIL
way Racine Si Southwestern Division De
pot Twer tieth street, between First and Second
avenue, a. u. w. Holmes, agent.
Man and ipro-
St. Paul nr. .
Accon modati n .
S nM pDn
OCK ILAXDA PEORIA RAILWAY DK-
pot rirst svenne and Twentieth street.
Mall ami Express
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South-East
I SO pm
3 97 pm
S &7 pm
4 35 pm
4 57 nm
8 13 am
8 50 am
5 17 pm
9 11) nm
1 K pU
in u -...
10 7 am
6 A5 pm
8 57 pm
0 45 am I
St. Lout. Mo
9 IK .
S 00 am
8 15 am
10 15 Dm
. bonisvuie .
Passenger trains arrive and denart from TTnlnn
y depot Peorlr.
avMjiuiuwBiiua uaia ir.Tn nor. ABianu v.vo
p. m. arrives at Peoria 8 SO a. m . Leave Peoria
7:15 p. m. arrives at Rock Island 1 :05 a. m.
11 00 am
a na ,.m
Lv. Rock I-land .
6 40 pm
A com. i-i'lAc
6 1 am IS 60 pm
7.10 ami 1.45 pm
6 A3 pm
a uo amj s.tw pm
Chair car on Past Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both direction.
U. B. KL'DLOW, K. BT0CKHOD8E,
Superintendent. Wen'l Tkt. Agent.
FAST MaIL TRAIN with Electric lighted end
Mteaa heated Veelibaled train between Chi
cago, MUwaakee, St. fanlaad Minneapolis.
TRAN-CONTIN KNTAL .'OTJTE with ElecTic
liKhtednd Steam heated Vestlbaled trains be
tweva Chicago and Oooncu blufla, Omaha or
bt. Paul and the FaciSc Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chlcace
Kansas City and 8k Joeeph, Mo.
6700 MILK OP BO AD reaching all principal
points ia IlllnoU, Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa,
Missouri, South Dakota and Nona Dakota.
For map, time tablsa, rate of passage and
frelghLew., apply to the aoaroet eta tie agent
of the Chicago. MllwaakM St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad agent any where la Ue world.
R08 WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager. Oea l Pas. T. Aft.
lr For taformatioa la reference to Lands and
Tw owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee
bt. Paul Railway Company, write to H, . Haa
gen. Land Oommissioner Milwaukee. Wlaoonsla.
O A.RPETS AND
Now that House Cleaning is cloBe at Land, those visit
irjg Davenport should call at IIOLBROOK'SGreat Car
pet and Fnrniture Rooms,', there you will find Eight
. floors stocked to their utmost capacit7 witlx everything
that is needed to fit up a house, from the plainest
Kitchen to the finest; Parlor. Chamber 6uit3, Parlcr
suits, Dining Room sets. Ball sets, Kitchenets"at pri
ces to suit you all. When you are over there, call and
look through, it will save you money.
w. s. holbrook:,
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OCOGRAFT OJ THE COUNTRY. WILL OBTAIN
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM" A STUDY OF TBXS MAP CF
T'i-iCwla aefX? W?M-IP.
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Including- main lines, branches and extensions Eaet and West of the)
Missouri River. The Direct Boute to and from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa
Peoria, L. Salle. Moline, Rock ULand, in 1LXJNOI3 Davenport, UicaUne.
Ottumwa Ossrolooaa, Des Moines, Winterset, Audubon, Harlan, and Council
Bluffs. In IOWA Minneapolis and St. Paul, in M INN SOTA Watertown
and Sioux KtaUs, In DAKOTA Cameron, St. Joepph, and Kansas City, In
MISSOURI Omati a, Pairbury, and Nelson, in NEBRASKA Horton, TopW-a,
Hutchinson, Wichita, BelleviUe, Abilene, Ca'dwelL in KANSAS Pond
Creek, jin?aer, Fort Beno, in the INDIAN TERRITORY Dd Colorado
Bprlns, Denver, Pueblo, in COLORADO. FREE Reciinintr Chair Cars to
and from Chicago, Caldwell, Hutchinson, and Dodge City, and Palace Sleep
ing. Cars between Chicago, Wichita, and Hutchinson. Traverses new and
vast areas of rich farm ing- and grazing lands, affording1 the best faculties
of intercommunication to all towns and cities east and weet. northwest
and southwest of Chicago, and Pacific and transoceanic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Leading aU competitors in splendor of equipment, cool, well ventilated .and
free from dust. Through Coaches, Pullman Sleepers, FREE Reclining
Chair Cars, and (east of Missouri River! Dining Cars Daily between Chicago.
Des Molnee, Council Bluns, and Omaha, with Free Reclining Chair Car to
North Platte, Neb and between Chlcaco and Colorado Kprlnga, Denver,
and Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas City and Topeka. Splendid Dining
Hotels (furnishing meal s at seasonable hours) west of Missouri River.
California Excursions daily, with
VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
Solid Express Trains daily between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
with THROUGH Reclining Chair Cars (FE.E) to and from tnose points and
Kansas City. Through Chair Car and Sleeper between Peona, Spirit Lake,
and Sioux Falls, via Rock Island. The Favorite Line to Pipestone, Water
town, Sioux Falls, and the Summer Resorts and Hunting and Fishing
Grounds of the Northwest.
THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to
travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, K annas City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul.
For Tickets, Map. Folders, or desired information, apply to any Ticket
Office In the United States or Canada, or aadrea
E. ST. JOHN.
OaiM-tlti iaa get,
THE MOLINE WAGON.
TUB 10LI1 WOI CO
Manulacturers o! FARM, SPRING ani FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall sad complete line of PLATFORM and other Spring Waoo, especially ed-pted U Ue
Westera trade, of eeperior workmsn.htp and nm.h lllaotrauxi Price List free on
application. See the MOLIMK "AoM before purchasf.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid B milder,
Office and 8hop Comer Seventeenth 8b . . T ' Tclonrl
and Seventh ATenue. iSianU.
rail kind of Artistic work a apertaltr. Plans and estimates for all kinds of
tnreiHd en armliratwwi -
OHLWEILER & SP1LGER,
Oontractors arid Biailders,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th street?,
(Fred Koch's old aland.)
(7 All kind of Carpenter work and repairing done. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street. -
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