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T .MS I ROCK ISLAND ARGUO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 1890
Prizd Takers at the Kock Island
THE SECRETARY'S COMPLETE LIST.
An Ialerentlaar Her-rd af What Were
Regarded aa ike Brat Kxhlblta la the
IMaplay at ve laal ek.
Secretary Saddorii. of the Rock Island
County Fair, association, has completed
bit record of the premiums awarded in
the various classes of exhibits at the fair
held at Coe last week. Through his
courtesy the Arqus is enabled to present
the following complete list:
CLASS A CATTLE.
DIVISION 1; SRORTHORR.
Ball I year or of nr Simon Trent, 1st
Ball 4 jn and nnder 3 yrs Henry Geniing 1st
. 44 " ' W H Ashdown d
Ball 1 Tear and nnder 2 Simon Trent 1st
Ball calf under 1 year Geo Allen 1st
" 44 W H Ashdown 2d
Cow S yeara or over Simon Trent 1st
Heifer 1 year and nnder " " lt
Ueifer calf nnder I year ' 44 1st
44 - 44 W II Ashdown J
division 2; JBBSRTS.
Ball 3 years or ovar A D Keeley 1st
Cow 3 yeara or over Jot n Broqiiesl 1st
Heifer t yeara and under 8. A D Keeley lat
Utifer 1 year and under 1 " k 44 1ft
OIVISIOM i; ROlBTRrMg.
Bull 1 year and under Jere Pearsall 1st
Cow 3 yearn or over Geo Liphardt lxt
Ueifer calf nnder 1 year " 1st
DIVISIONS; RATIVEti AS D CROSSES.
Bull i years or over lieu Liphardt 1st
Hull 1 year and nnder a Peter Kn?d.ihl lsi
Cow S yeara or over Wiliam Wright 1st
" Minion 'I rent d
Heifer 4 yeara and under 3 11 Saddoris 1st
Ueifer 1 year and under i... Simon Trent let
H Saddorts 8.1
Heifer calf under 1 year A D Keeley 1st
Steer 8 yeara and nnder 3 H Saddoris 1st
44 1 year and nndtT 2 " 1st
Ball and Are of hi; get .. Simon Trent 1st
CLAsS B UORSES.
srrnioH 1; draft horses.
Stall on 4 yeara or over Jame Fry 1st
Colt nnder 1 yreithereex ChssOpdyke 1st
" " " Cnae Aendown 2d
Span horses draught J Coe lot
Mare or gelding 4 yean orover..Lery Peareall 1st
J Coe 1
" 44 3 ysand itndl.J H McConnell 1st
44 44 3 44 4 J Coed
" " i " 3 C Peareall 1st
44 "8 3 John Stalled
division S: all work.
Stallion 4 ym or over C J Golden 1st
ID Koller Sd
" SyrsandnndeH Ilasrh McCail lot
Colt under 1 year either sex li Oenang 1st
John Shall ad
Span of hones all work J Unnter lot
M H Wilson 3d
Mara orgtldin? 4 yrs or over. .. . Henry Genane 1st
ts and nnder4...Levy Pearsall 1st
S 4.... Jas Pearsall id
44 44 8. ..Peter EtuMahllst
S 44 3 John shall ad
Brood mire snowine 4 colts and 3 vs.. .J Snail 1st
Peter Kngdahl d
Division a: roadsters.
Stallion 4 yrs or over William Smith 1st
44 8 yrs and nnder 4..... PKLpsonlsl
44 it yrs and nnder 3 B C Warren 1st
" X yrs and under a leo La Hue id
44 1 yr aod under Oaylor & Steeo 1-t
" 1 yr and under 9; S A Wiison 2d
Colt nnder 1 year either sex Geo La Hue 1st
T D Fuller 4d
Double team In harness John Shall 1st
" " WW Pear-all Sd
Hare or gelding 4 yrs or over Levy Cralte 1st
WD Webster d
. 8 yrs and nnder4..UP Sowers 1st
44 44 4Peter Johnson id
44 yrs and ucder3..S A Wilsou 1st
44 8 S B FC'jxXd
1 44 9. Geo La Rne 1st
1 44 4....S A Wilson 9d
Broodmare showing 2 colts und 3ysS A Wilson lat
ueo La Hue id
CLASS B MULKS.
Male team Hugh McCail 1st
44 colt N Durbiu 1st
CLASS U SWINE.
Boar 1 year or over chss A shdown 1st
" Prank Garnet d
Boar nnder 1 year W H Ashdnwn 1st
brood sow 1 year or over " 1st
Brood sow uuder 1 year " " 1st
Pen six ptg and 6 months old C Asbdown 1st
" " " W U Ashdowoid
Display hogs " 1st
CLASS E POULTRY.
DA IK BBAHMAS.
Chicks Frank Moody 1st
Chickens Mrs S Price 1st
Chicks rnk Ashdown 1st
Chickens Frank Moody 1st
Frank Ashdown i,t
Chicks Frank Moody 1st
Chicks Mm S Price 1st
Cbicketia 44 l-t
whi-r com INK.
Chicks Mrs S Price 1st
Chicks Alf Spaid 1st
August trotenberit seu
Chirkeoa Alf Snaiu 1st
Mrs 8 Price d
Chick Mrs 8 Price 1st
" Frank Moody d
Bronze Clifford Saddoris 1st
Mrs 3 Price!
Beat pair Frank Moody 1st
G Williams d
Pekto Mrs S Price 1st
" Frank Moody l
Mallards G Williams 1st
Aylaebury Frank Moody 1st
tioukou Mrs S Price 1st
Display poultry Frank Moody 1st
Coop pigeons Robert Wendt 1 st
" AH Wendt Md
Pair canary birds GeoOwlenlst
Mrs i Moody Sd
Pair rabbits GeoDiirbiu lt
CLASS F PA KM PRODUCTS.
Winter wheat Hugh McCail 1st
Spring wheat c Ashdown 1st
Peter Kuitdahl 1
Rye Peter Kngdahl 1st
" Jesse Pearsall Jr id
White oats peter Kn-dagl 1st
M Jl W ilson ii
Field com white.. A B Smith 1st
Field corn yellow A Saddoris lt
W U Nlcolson l
N Dnrbln 1st
Tankee corn N Durbin 1st
Sweet corn J Sburtlefl 1st
" jl AUassontd
Popcorn A Wells 1st
N Durbin td
Barley Peter Kngdahl 1st
Buckwheat Henry Genuug 1st
' Harry Uenung 2d
Timothy teed Peter Eogdahllst
" John Shall d
Clover seed K N Flickinger 1st
" Peter Kngdahl ad
Broom corn MJ Kider 1st
Corn on sulk : K Pearsall 1st
H Kngdahl lid
Greatest variety grain and seeds.. Aug Kipper 1st
CLASS F VKGBTABLKS.
Sugar cane 8 stalk R Pearsall 1st
" Able Hainad
Sweet pumpkins N Durbin 1st
J Shnrtleff &1
Yankee pumpkin MrsS Price 1st
U Saddoris Sd
Three large aquash R N Flickinger, 1st
Three small (quash at
' H Saddoris. Ud
Six Mangelwortzela Mrs s Price. 1st
Irish potatoes, early Jesse Bryan, 1st
" J Shnrtleff, d
Ute Alf Suaid. 1st
" August Kipper, Ud
Display potatoes j shnrtleff, 1st
Sweet potatoes " 1st
Onions " 1st
" A Saddoris, 2d
Beeta J Shurtltff, 1st
Turalps Hugh McCail, 1st
John Shall, M
Parsnips J Shnrtleff, lat
Rutabaga Peter Kngdahl, 1st
Kohlrabi J Shurtleff 1st
Mrs S Price, !id
Cucumbers John Shall, 1st
Peppers J Shnrtleff, 1st
Radish ' 1st
" Mrs 8 Price. 2d
Cabbage early J Shnrtleff, 1st
late D AMalaskee 1st
44 ' AD Keely. Sd
Larrest (quash or pumpkin N Durbin 1st
" " i Shurtleff Sd
Joseph Karr xd
, Mrs S Price 1st
Peter Kngdahl lid
J Shnrtleff 1st
" Mrs S Price 'Ai
Maskmelon J A McDonald 1st
J Shurtleff id
Onion set " 1st
A Saddoris lid
Display garden seed August Kipper 1st
Display of vegetable J Shurtleff 1st
Salsify ' 1st
Hop :t A Wells 1st
, J Shurtleff 2d
Tobacco, i Dan Fiinn 1st
CLASS F DAIRY AND K ITCH UN. .'
' ' DIVMI011 8. '
Batter In Jar Mr A V Holllster 1st
Mr John Shall 2d
Butter in rolls Mrs Dsnlel Kipper 1st
: .......Mrs Geo Genung.Sd
Cheese Gilt Edge Cheese Co 1st
..i;ieveiano vneese r actory aa
Wheat bread, hoprlsiDg ... .Mrs Louisa Smith 1st
....atra nary r fniiipsxa
m saltrising Mrs J Shnrtleff 1st
BUcnit, hoprising Mrs Wm Bankes 1st
" saitnaing. mrej Minmen ii
Sponge cake Mrs O P Sowers 1st
Mrs Mary P Philip 9d
Jelly Cake ' ' 1st
Fruit Cake Mm C Walters 1st
Marble cake Mr J Shurtleff lat
Mrs O r sowers m
Coroanuteake Mrs Mary P Philips 1st
White cake Mrs J snumenisi
Mrs Mary r rninips a
Cream cake Mrs Nora Wreath 1st
" ..Mr aiary r miuipa su
Ponnd cake " ;sl
Ginger cake ,
Hickory nut cake rtacnei ro isi
' ....Mrs Mary P Philips M
Chocolate eake -Mrs ilia Cool 1st
Mrs .nary r rumps au
Angel food cake " J"
Dounhnuta Mrs H Baker 1st
" Mrs J Shurtleff d
Cookie Mr Nora Wreath 1st
Mrs Mary P Philips tfd
Greatest display pastry... 1st
CLASS ia r nuns.
Greatest variety api'les Lnta Pearsall 1st
C Ashdown 4il
Greatest variety crabapples N B Pearsall 1st
" Luts- " a
Six varieties winter apples C Ashdown 1st
Lilt Pearsall 2nd
Six varieties fall api'les? " 1st
C Ashdown ftl
Collection plums Wm Wright 1st
" ..A t Keely Xd
Six varieties grapes Miss Anna Ashdown 1st
Sample grapes ..A'igast Kipper 1st
i A Maiaskee 2 a
CLASS G CAN' NED FltUiT.
Canned gooseberries ."."Mrs J Moodv 1st
" Mrs Louis Smith Sd
Canned blackberries. ........ ' 1st
" " MrsJMooilySd
Canned raspberries Mrs l.ouisa Smith 1st
Mrs J Moody 2d
Canned dewberries Mrs Louisa Smith 1 t
Mrs J .VnodySd
Cai ned elderberries Mia Louisa Smith 1st
Mrs J M. o.lv2.1
Canned strawberries Mrs Daniel Kipoer 1st
Mrs Louisa Smith id
currants " " 1st
- J Moody d
cherries " Daniel Kipper 1st
" J Moody Sd
" plums ' Dsniel Kipper 1st
- " Louisa Smith 2d
peaches " 1st
" J Mowly 2d
" grapes " Ttllie Simiisoii 1st
" " " Louisa Siu.th Sd
" crabapplea " - 1st
J Moodv d
Greatest vari'ty canned fruit " Daniel Kipper 1st
" Louisa mith 2d
" " " " J MHHly Sd
Preserved gooseberry ' M P Phi ipa 1st
blackberry " lat
" raspberry " " 1st
" S Price 2d
dewberry " MP Philips lt
" ' S Price 1
elderberry " M P Philips 1st
S Price 2d
" strawberry " MP Philips 1st
" " Price 'd
currant " MP Philips 1st
cherry " ' 1st
" plum ' 1st
peach " 1st
" S Price Sd
grape 44 M P Eiiilips 1st
" crabapple " , S Price 1st
Greatest variety preserves.. 44 M P Philips 1st
-4 " .. 4' S Price Sd
Jellies gooseberries 4- J Moody 1st
44 Geo Hunt 2d
blackberry 41 S Price 1st
" " J Moody d
" raspberry S Price 1st
44 J Moody 2d
" dewberry "' 44 1st
44 Louisa Smith 2d
4 elderberry 44 S Price 1st
44 Geo Hunt 2d
" strawbeny 4" J Moody 1st
. 44 Geo Hunt sd
14 currant 44 S Price 1st
4- 0 Moody 2d
44 cherry... 44 Louisa mith 1st
44 J Moody 2d
4 plum 44 S Price 1st
" 44 J Moody 2d
44 peach 44 OeoHuntlst
44 J Mi-ody 2d
44 grape 44 S PneV 1st
44 44 44 Geo Hum Sd
Jellies Crab Apple Mrs Louis Smith 1st
4 44 Mrs J MoMlysd
Greatest varieties jellies Mrs S Price 1st
44 44 ...Mrs Daniel tipper 3d
44 44 44 ...Mrs Louisa Smith 3d
Grt'st var fruit 4 vegt pickels.Mrs M P Philips 1st
Catsup 4 Lonsa Smith Isi
Wine Aujjust Kipper 1st
Vlneirar. 44 " 1st
Miss Celia Pearson 2d
Display dried f-uit Mrs 11 A Hosenkraus 1st
CLASS O-HOl'SK PLANTS
DIT1S ON 3.
Collection n-nias Mrs MP Philips 1st
Mrs Louisa smith 2d
44 pansies Miss Ella Liphardt 1st
pelunlas 44 ' 1st
44 ptiloxdrnmmondi... 44 44 1st
44 cut jteraiiimu Miss Allie Shall 1st
Day lily Mr 8 Pnci-l-t
4 Mrs J shiirliiffS,!
Fuchsia MrsS Price 1st
Geranium 44 1st
Wax plant 44 1st
Beconta Mrs J Shnrtliff 1st
Hanging basket plant MrsS l-nce 1st
Cactus.. Miss Allie Shall 1 st
MrsS Price 2d
Display plants and flow, rs 44 st
H.xiucl everlastiug flowers Mrs C J Golden lt
cut flowers Miss Nora Wreatl lsl
4- 44 Ella Ledhardt Sd
CLASS H FINE ARTS.
Collection oil painting A H Wendt 1st
44 ... Miss Grace Hollister Sd
44 cronio A 11 Wrndt 1st
44 oil pnt'nn by artist Miss Grace Hollister 1st
44 ..Mrs Carrie Warl'tian Sd
Fancy hair work Mrs S Price 1st
Plain 44 Mrs J Moody 1st
Bead work Mrs Wm Parker 1st
Mrs Louisa Smith 2d
Crayon drawing Mrs Geo Allen 1st
Collection shells Geo Uleojst
44 Mr Hattie Hoxie 2d
44 minerals lt
Miss Allie Shall 2d
44 stuffed birds Joseph Behlmire 1st
44 insects Charley Pearsall 1st
W N Pearsall 2d
Sample feather work Mrs J Moody 1st
v 44 MrsS Pries d
CLASS I QUILTS AND RUGS.
Patchwork qnilt silk Margaret Whiteside 1st
44 44 Mrs Thomas McCail Sd
4 44 cotton Mrs Ura Smith 1st
44 4- 44 ...Margaret Whiteside 2d
44 worsted. . ..Mr M P Philips 1st
4 44 44 Miss Jessie Saddoris 2a
Fancy bed spread Miss Anna Cool 1st
'. Mrs Geo Liphardt 2d
Braided rug Mrs s Price 1st
Mrs Win Bunker Sd
Fancy rug Mrs ) P Sawyers 1st
Mrs Lena Shrarier d
CLASS I CROCHET AND KNIT WORK.
division 2. .
Sofa pillow Mrs Lena Shrader 1st
Mrs Manda Kerry 2.1
Worsted chair tidy Mis Wm Parker 1st
44 Miss Ella Liphardt 2d
Cotton yarn chair tidy Mrs Lena Shrader 1st
MrsWP Philips 2d
Cotton chair tidy Rachel Re Tar 1st
44 Mrs Jane Gibson 2d
Linen chair tidy Mrs V J Golden 1st
44 Mrs Geo Allen 2d
Worsted lamp mat Mrs Wm Baker 1st
44 Mrs Geo Allen 2d
Worsted scarf , Mrs Wm Parker 1st!
44 Mrs II A Rosnkrans 2d
Wonted flowers Mrs S Pi ice 1st
Carriage afghan Mrs Geo Al en 1st
Mrs M P Phillips d
Ottoman cover Mrs C Walters 1st
Java canvas work Mrs Wm Farrier 1st
44 44 Mrs Wm Parker 2d
Pin cushion Mrs M P Philips 1st
44 Mrs Lena Shrader 2d
Buggy foot mat 44 44 1st
; 44 Mrs 8 Price 2d
Fancy knitting Mrs Ed M Roberts 1st
44 Mr Wm Parker 2d
Knitted lace 44 44 1 st
Mrs Ed M Roberta 2d
Crochet lace .... Mrs Louisa Smith 1st
Mrs Wm Farber'Jd
Display crochet work Mrs C Wall, rs 1st
44 Mr Geo Allen 2d
Spatter work ' 44 1st
Felting Mrs Nor Wreath 1st
Pair slippers home-made. Mrs 11 A Rosenkrans 1st
Display fancy worsted work.... Mrs Geo Allan 1st
" ....MrsMPPh MpsSd
44 moss work ....Mrs Geo Allen 1st
Velvet painting 44 44 l-t
Mrs M P Philips 2d
Placqnc 44 44 4 4 2il
44 Mrs Geo Allen 2d
Banner ... 4" 44 1st
Mrs M P Philip 2d
Lambrequin '' 44 1st
44 Miss Ella Cool 2d
CLASS I GIRLS UNDER 15 YEARS.
Bread hop rising Miss Grace Shurtliff 1st
Biscuit 44 44 44 1st
44 Miss Mary Colbert 2d
White cake 44 44 1st
44 MissCelia Pearson 2d
Jelly cake Miss Mary Colbert 1st
Sponge cake Miss Cella Pearsall 1st
Crocheted lace Miss Cells Pearsall 1st
44 44 Miss Lilla SbratlerSd
Patchwork quilt cotton Miss Fay Woodard 1st
4 I sola Saddoris Vd
CLASS J MANUFACTURES.
Cooking atove W H Ney 1st
Heating 44 ..... 44 lat
Carving Daniel Kipper lat
Double harness Benjamin Coe 1st
Saddle and bridle 44 44 1st
44 44 ...... 44 ' 2d
Joiner work ' W N Pearsall lat
CLASS K IMPLEMENTS.
Display wagona and buggies. .M ark Ashdown 1st
Display Implement Moline Plow Co 1st
44 44 Mark Ashdown Id
Sulky plow Moline Plow Co 1st
' 44 Mark Ashdown Sd
Corn planter Moline Plow Co 1st
CLASS L MISCELLANEOUS.
Display Furniture A H Wendt 1st
FROuaaaRB Thursday, sxpt. 4. -Trotting
race, three minute class, purse $5; Star
Hamilton, owned by B Coe, 1st: Glen Mc
Gregor, owned by W D Webster, Sd; Grade D,
owned by Edward Shook, 3d.
Running race, open to all Mattle Hixon.owned
by J u Colbert, lit; Sorel Fanny, owned by Lewis
Reynolds. 2d: Ring Bow 'Rattler, owned by J D
Colbert, Sd. -
Exhibition of bone an iwing best Ave sucking
colt James Fry, 1st. - r
Trotting race 2 class -star Hamilton, owned
by B Coe, 1st Claw Gii I, owned by J Coe, 2d ;
Cricket, owned by S A Wl son. 3d.
rROORAB ft DAT. MPT, 6.
Rnnnine race, open to all-Matlie Hixon. 1st:
Ring Bone Rattler, 2d; So re I Fanny ta.
J rotting race, open to nil Dandy Bov. owned
byJF Martin. lat. Star Hamilton, owned bv B Coe.
Regular Sept. Sesa on A. D. 1890.
lOfflcial R.'port.l f
. SECOND DAY CONTINUED.
Supervisor Prick moved that in consiri
e rati on of the fact th.it the C, B. & Q
it. it. Uo. Has agreed to rurnuh trans
portation a portion of the way to Butte,
Montana, for Airs. Wal ter, tht the board
appropriate a sufficient sum to pay the
balance of the transportation. Supervi
sor Cralle moved as an amendment that
a committee of three bo appointed by the
chair to investigate the matter and report
to the board tomorrow. Amendment
carried. The chair appointed as such
committee Supervisor-t Burrall, Cralle
and O alley
The committee on 'linance submitted
the following report wh cb on motiop was
received and adopted:
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, f
Rocs Island Copntt
Mr. .Chairman, and Gentlenen of the Board of
Your committee on Brian -e to whom wis re
ferred the semi-annual re orts of Guotce V.
Gamble, circuit clerk. Ric lard A. Donaldson,
county clt rk, John Scbafer, Jr., county treasurer,
Thomas S. silvis, sherirl.and Jam. s U Southwell,
county superintendent of schools, of the earn
ing, receipts ana disbursem -nts or their respec
tive offices for the half year ending May 31, A.
189H, would beg leave to sub nit the following re
port and tabular statement compiled from said
reports, which hare been examined and compared
with the books of accounts of -said officer, and
are believed by your c mmittee lo be cor.cct:
Acct ot Acc'tof Ac "ct
on whataccodrt. Circuit V unty of
1'le.t k. Clerk. Sheriff.
Earned In this hr yr.f2,14S 05 $3,8i HI 82,Mi:. 9
KecM of the same.. . l,5Hti 06 735 70 I.KU
Hec'dof prevearng's 131 S5 4,(W2 62 7SII 05
Total ree d this hf yr 1 717 ttu 4.7tS 32 2,1X4 44
cierk hire au vu nun uu
Clk hire on tax books
? 1SS9 . 8!"3 50
Mlscell expense?.... 12ft Ml 65 25 2S3 fttl
Salary for half year. 750 Is) HFaJ 00 8.VI uo
Deputy hire 4.MJ uu
Turnkey hire 4KJ 14)
Total disbursed...... 1,32S KO 4i678 P 2,37s 'W
Ex to pay Into treas. aeJ M 2.I-S9 57
Deficiency to draw
from treasury i'.H 46
Your committee would re- ommond that the
said semi-annual reports of tl e aforesaid officers
respectfully be approved, and that the aforesaid
officers In whose hands there is shown to be re
ceipts in excess of disbursements be and they are
hereby ordered to pay such aniount of excess into
the county treasury without delay, to-wit:
Geo-ee W. Gamble, circuit clerk, the snm of
-ts9 30. R. A. Donaldson, county clerk, the sum of
And your committee wonld further report the
annual report of J 11. Southwell, superintendent
or scnoois, is as ioiiows:
Total am't of receipts f 12.11ft 31
44 rtls to school treas.. i l.rin ai
44 commissioners I-2S 3t
44 balance on hand .. . 57125
44 fines ree'd since
distribution 106 50
Institute fund receipts J404 20
44 44 expenditures 354 S7
Balance 49 SH
The rerr of John Schafet. Jr., county treasnr
er, is as follows:
Receipts to May 31. 18t ... $'J3,IS) IS
IHstMirsen to sisy 31, ismi. . 'Sit 43
Bal in treasury May 31, lSUOfiO, ;15 7S
All of which is respectfully submitted,
John A. Wilson,
Robort S. Mommorert,
Levi F. C all.
The cominittee on public expenditures
eulimitted the following n port which on
motion was received and adopted:
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Countt. (
Mr. Chairman, and Gentlemen of the Board of
Your committee on public ex pendltnres claims
would report mat they have ext mined all claim
presented before them, and rec nnmend the pat
! ment of the following, and that the clerk be ill
recteu to issne orders lor me several amounts U
the several claimants, to-wit:
C V MiniiiK Co..227 52 M M B tiles on
M O Field StMIMCFrrk fi
R I Gas Co 21 47
The bill of th-Central Union Telephone com
pany to M. M. Sturireou, we reje t for the reason
that at the last session of the bo lrd a resolution
was passed thai snch bills shouli. not be allowed
s. W. Woo IBTHN,
S. W. 11 r ai H.
fHEiienu ( LiiDoie-',
There is more catarrh in ths section of
the country than all other d. senses put to
gether, and until the last few years wur
supposed to be incurable. For a erea
many years the doctors pnnounced it a
local disease, and prescribe I local reme
dies, and by constantly in Hog to cur.
with local treatment, pronounced it inrur
able. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore, re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. J
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Obio, i the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses fr m len rirr.ps
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tern. They offer one hundred dollars for
any cse it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O
HfSold by druggists, 75c
Bicycle Tournament .
Peoria,' III.. Sept. 12th and 13th, Fri
day and Saturday, the Ilo:k Island &
Peoria railway will make nn excursion
rate of one and one-third fare on certifl
cate for this occasion.
F. H. RocKwiti.L, Ag'l,
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder produces
a soft and beautiful skin; it combines
every element of beauty and purity.
Mclntire Bros, have a new md reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Safety from a Pestilential 8 ;onrg.
Protection from the disease, no' a midicinal
agent which merely checks the aroxysms, is
the grand desideratum whenever the endemic
sconrge of asalarta prevails. Qnln ne doe not
afford thl protect on. The chief reason why
Hostetter's stomach Bitters has a on snch im
mense popularity i. that It prepares the system
to resist the malarial test. 1 hf it does by
bracing and toning the physical orginism; rcun
latlng and promoting an equal flow und distribu
tion of the animal fluids, and establishing
diirestion on a sound basis. Not mil is fever ana
auite prevented, but the worst ty pea of the disease
are conquered by it. Such is the only conclusion
lo be drawn from the overwhelming evidence in
Its favor. It Is liver complaint, gen. ral debility
and rheumatic complaint, and is a naliatile
diuretic and nervine.
Some very striking arguments are being
used in congress just now.
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stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third hi.,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement on Elevators, Now In operation at
Star Finishing Workrt 8335 Hamilton St., Philada.
D . 11. t: . . ... ... .
. yiwociioB uiv nuu iimo ror iuu Dcrucniara
ply to ROBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANT KD A PARTNER WITH 'SOME
money ; to take charge of hone and bnggv
to canvass in the country; good refeience re
quired. Address M.H, box 818, Milan, 111. 5
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute, Sonth Bend Ind.
WANTEDGENERAL STATE AGENT TO
open headquarter In some principal city,
assume etrluslve control rf our business and ap
point local and sub-ag.nts in every city in the
state; Roods well known, staple as flour. In uni
versal demand, and pay a ntt mint of 90 to 100
percent. Address THE UNION COMPANY,
71 Broadway, New York. - . 25
LUMBKR LUMBRR-YAKD WOHKMKN OF
all grades, can secure steady employment In
the lumber vards of Chicago at from tl M in
S'.' On per day on application in person to K, E.
iiwrtn necreiary or tnu Chicago Lumber
Yard Dealer's Association, room sis fhamtwr or
Commerce, S. K. corner LaSalle miii Washington
streets, v miajro, i u. tS
CAPITAL WANTED Not having sufficient
capital for Its increasing business. I offer a S
Interest in process and machinery of the Rock
1-lrt.nd Chemical Paste Works to a live man who
can command means enough to make the plant a
greater success The amonnt requlied will i
exclusively devoted to thu enlargement of th
pl int and for busines purposes. This factory has
been a success, and is uow solely under my con
trol. It has a wide spread r. pmatioii, and enjoys
the. largest shipping interest of anv factory in the
i num. My new process of package shipment
demands two live agents on the road. lurcslment
perfectly safe; returns promt t, every 1U and it
days. To an energetic business man who desires
an active lile this is a rare chance; cap t.l re
quired 1,!M0 or 2.trtj; strictest Investigation
wu'icu van tin or auuress
F. H. SHKPHPRn Mno
Twenty fourth street, above Filth avenne', at
kock island isovelty H orks. 10
J. M. BEAUD8LEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1715 Second Avenue.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
1 A national Bank Hnilding, Kock Island, 111.
C. L. WALRBR.
SWF.EXET & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bengston's block. Rock Island, 111.
Mt-EXIRY & MrEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
i a security, raawe collections. Kerurence. Sfl Itch.
ell & Lynde, banker, office in Postofflce block.
THE DAILY AUK IS.
DOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Cramrton'
i news niana. riveeems per copy.
DKS. RUTHERFORD & KTJTLER,
CJRaDUATESOFTUE ONTARIO VETEKNA
I rw college. Yt.tems.rw Pli vmi ao. .nn Gn .........
office: Tindall's Livery si able; Residence: Over
nswra nirj, niaraet square .
To sell onr goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers In
our line. Liberal salary paid, P.-rmanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising.
etc rorrerms ao.iress
CrNTEKNIAu MFG. CO., Chicago, Hi.
WM. 0. KULP, 0. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
M ASONIC TEMPLE, -
Rooms Vi, tJ, 28 and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
-J. M. GASPARD,
Library Rnildiu?, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
eatlmates ami e work before going to Chicago.
LOUlS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all othc-r soldiers' claims
prosecuted. W rite ns about your ease. Room 4,
metropolitan Diock.t nicago, lit.
To s.'ll the popular M.K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladle wishing comfoit
ana a gooa torm. ror particular address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rivbr Stbrrt, EIJIN. ILL.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past six months he has successfully
of the most Revere character.
Thn name of a few who live In Davenport and
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
Mr A L Pain, Mr Mary Watson, rheumatism
Miss l.i.7.ie Vance. Mr John Srielker. raiarrh
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wm Sankeyf, scrofula; Mr
J A Msner. Mr F L Ma onhamer. heaft disease
Mrs F W Marshall, (II yeara standing) piles
Mr Samnel Speieea, (IK 44 44 piles
Mr Islah Doty 7 44 44 nil
Mr May Wendt. J A Wright, Sarah Munson
Frank Hayes, Wm McGranahan, N R Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, but they are ensnirh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
ine pause ana treatment or disease.
EVLose of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
MTTosslHvely no case taken that cannot be
cured. Correspondence accompanied by 4c la
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCullongh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
. DAVENPORT. IA.
I moves all pimples, freckles and tiwolursttons. For
saw ny i ii nit uissa uruintl u. or maiias4 lur m cu.
in atamns by
Brg,0 Is acknowlmlPnd
the leailimr Teniely tot
norrhea a slct.
'I ho ouly mih remedy for
irn,-nri i.ura or vt nitea.
I i.rew ribe it and feel
safe in recommending It
o fin smrvrers.
A.J. ETDNKR. M. TJl.
ii ii BSIWsl
f S'm iiX
J UcmMml st If. yg
Ef saims Utrlctrrs.
1 TsttvAwaCHtM"'!' f-n-
W M a M mm
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
C.TICK TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proiiosals will le received at the City
Clerk'a office. Rock Island. III., until Monday
September iSth, lHSs., at 5 i4. In. for coustrurtint
the imorovements ordered by ordinance of said
el'v, passed re-peclivelv June liUh an t July Hist,
110, and entitled "An Onlinatice fcr the cob
slrurtio'i of a sewer onTw. nty second street from
the north line of Ninth avenue to th- north Hue of
Fifth avenne, there t connect with the main city
sewer. Also, 44 An Ordinance for ihe construction
or a sewer In the alley next south of Sec nd
aven e, bctweeu Seventeenth and Eighteenth
Plans and specification can he seen at the city
All bids must he accompanied with a certiflod
check in the sum of Two Hundred dollars paya
ble to the city treasurer of said city In case the
bidder shall fail to enter intu contract, wiih ai
ivroved sureties to execute the work for the
pr re mentioned In his bid.
The city reserves the rist.t to reject any and all
bids. ROBERT KOKHLKU. City Clerk.
Hock Island, 111., September 4ih, ISU0 , lot
OTICE OF FINAL BETTLKMKNT.
Estate or Sherman O. Elliott. Deceased.
Public notice is hesehv Riven. That the under
signed, Ashley W, Elliott, administrator cum tft
tamfnto anaxo of Sherman O. Ellioti, deceased,
has tbia day tiled his final report and settlemeut
aa such In the county court of Rock Island county.
and that an order ha been eutered by said court
approving the said report, unless objection there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the fir' day of October A D. lCVW; and upon the
final approval of said report the said Aslilcy W.
Elliott will ask pi De aiic.narge.a. Jin persons in
terested are notified to attend.
Rock Island. 1IL, August SOti, lfl
ASHLEY W. ELLIOTT.
Administrator evm tfrtamcnto anam of Sherman
O. Elliott, deceased eept 1 d-3w
ISSOLUTION OK PARTNERSHIP,
The co-partnership heretofore existing uuder
the firm name of Gray A Schatcr has litis day
been dissolved by mtitnal cmstit, Mr. Ucorge
Schafer retiring and V. m. Gray contiuniug the
business at ihe old stand
Rock Island. 111., Sept. nth, lHUi.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron W ork
done. A specialty of furnishing all kind
of Stoyea with Castings ot 8 cents
A Machine shop has been added where all
Kinds or machine work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming;
Piraick Block, No. 808 Snth St., Rock Island,
Having fiurcnssed a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hoarse and aiipiiarteiinces. and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and em
balmer of IS years experience, I am fully pre
parer, guarantee satisfaction.
Mercer County Coal,
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Ttrick for
sidewalks and do general haulling. OflUe oppo
sue ni. dosepn's cnurcn, second avenue.
Telephone T. 11. ELLIS
-HOLIES AND LIVES
By using A . F. Schmld's, the pioneer real
dent Lightning Rod dealers celebrated
which he keep constantly on hand. Any job, co
matter how complicated, done In the most
scientific manner. Competition in
price and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
No. 831 Twentieth St., Rock Island,
CHAS. McHUGH, ;
R. R. TICKET
(Memlver American Ticket Broker4 Ass'tn)
Rkduoed Rates to all Points
OFFICE In Adam Express Office under
! BOLE AGENT FOB
'. Th) Pop Mfg Oo.' Bicycle. Ijulies and
Children' Bicycle a apecialty.
i Music Teaching.
After 92 year experience in teaching Instru
mental Music, I will promise yon more theory with
lew leMona for the least money of any teacher in
nnder onr annervision. Riven each juvenile nnDil
Teacher will aave money to order their Manic
Book of ns. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave order, naming
author, at my music room, 14U1 Second avenne.
We make a speVJialty of teaching Inexperienced
IBRcner now to teacn.
. Addres m at 1405 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MRd. C. A. KEBEKXB.
CnMrn-flcTt ESTABLISHED 1861 1 IBOM.
SHreiureS!, Chicago. Ills. (Clark St.
The Regular ow-miaDiisnea
PHYSICIAN AND SURCE03
h II Trnallnir with the Greatest
SKILL and SCCCESS
Chronic, Ncrrons and Priyate Diseases.
9-NERVOUS DEBILITY, Mt man
hood. Failing Memory, Exhauating Oraina.
Terrible Dreama, Head and Back Ache and all
the effects leading to early decay and rrh:.r. Con
sumption or Insanity, treated acienubcally by new
methods with ncver-Coling success. . , .
-SY PHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea. Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Oenito-l'rinary Organ cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidney or
other Organs. ,
T No experiments. Ace and ex-perience
important. Conultation tree and sacred.
"AII correspondence is sacredly rriva'e.
Forty Years' Practice enable Dr. Clarke to Guar
antee Cores in all Curable Casrs of IVxrma.
Kcrorsla, Syphilis, Bladder sad Kidney IHs
raxHu I.ecorrhu-a and Female Trnuliles, Mver
iumplslat. ( atarrk, all blood, Skin and Nrr
No matter who ha failed to core yon. write
nr. . larice a iuu nisiory oi ytn .ir-.
b to H; Sundays, o IO ia. Call on or addreis
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICAGO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Wh y payblK f cos to quarks when the bffst
medical treatment ran te bad for reason
able pricraof The lVru taiemlcal t o.. pre
pared Irom trie prescriptions oi nr. v ni-
lamsj pnyaicianor woriu-wiue n.puu-r
nllllc LlLil suneriim inira rwruinai
UUNO MCR and Nervous Oubiluy.
lyosa of Memory, Despondency, etc..
Irom early Indiscretlonaorotliorcauses; alsu
Uinm C ICCn UPW "bo rxpertenre a woaknoas
mUULt-AbtU MCR Inadvaucrof tbelryears.Kid
tw atwl Rladdtir troubles, etc. will And our Metbod
of Treatment a rafe. Certain and Hpnedy CL'lt E.
fCUIIIll D1CTIIICC Experience proves inairrs
OtMIH AL rAO I ILLCO. ternal medketnea d will
noicureuieaooveaiinivnia. iir.n iiunuM,
wbo baa Riven special aunuon to inese
diseases for mini rears, prescribe Semi
nal I'nstllles which act directly npon the
diseaMHl orKsns.aod restore viKor better
than ftnmach Medicines, as th. r are not
charmed bytlie Rastric Juice and require no
cnange ui dietoriuterruiH4iinDusiiiesa.
liniir TBCITIICIIT Packages. lasting
nURlL I nUt I MLR I fnimliU.Hidays,
costinit from aj.UL'tofl.ViiJ. nsed with un
failinvsticressforover thirtv vears tn lr.
Williams' private practice. Ulve litem a trial. I
CDCPICIP kin 01 fortlieh'idnersand Hlao.1.Tcnre
Ml kuii iu nu.tll recent case tn one to four days.
UTERINE EUTROPHIC &Z&X:Z?.ot
Call or write f.-Catnl.rueaud luformaUon before
OonsulUIiR others. Address
THE PERU tlttmitAL CO.,
189 WltCOHSiH SrnET, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
NERVE AND BRUIN TREATMENT.
Specific for Hvstf-ria. Plzrine r Vcinlu-t.-i. T'al:v
fntnet la nit h1 LVpivRaiiot. fart(.'iini,' iij l.rnin.rc1
t-uitintr li inann.v an.l Ipattitic to im ry ti. uv n.
-Irtih. Pr4mature "Oil Airt. hi n'iiu .t i f Itxr
mriiber wx, Iiivnluniar !-.? n mi fpfcn.iaitnhira
-a!iHi liv ov?iiertiou oi ii) In in. rvif-c u-v or
.ver-iiidii.tTi'iip?. kJu-h Ux rot tain4siiimfiitb'-4 irtv
:nt:t (I a Isox. or eix lor 9s tvut 4v niait t.rr-fi 1.
ttt .h nJr for tx li-, will tenl itiii-li-i-r
u.ranit-o to refund Binv if Hc imiBitii laiibW
cuif. JuAraniflM Mr-ul Aitd trenutite Mld ouly Uy
IIAKTZ A BAHNSEN,
Drti'i1"ti, Sole Ajjent, corner Tbird areoae and
Twentieth f-treet, Kock Iilaiul. 1)1.
mm me wotto mate smutokc awe
tflttlrfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
ll e be (tea "feeBVT or tea. erla artt-
rlr mf in w . without ths knowledro of the patient, ii
necessary. It Is Absolutely harmless and will ettcct a
pertnaneut and speedy oure. m-heiher the patient ts a
moderate drinker oran alcoholic wreck. IT SV. ftt
Kill.44. It operates so Quietly nnd with snch cer
tainty that the patient uudercrae no inconvenience,
and ere he Is aware, his complete reformation l
c fleeted. 48 pace book ot particulars free.
Marshall ft Fisher and T. H. Thomas, drug,
gists, Kock Island, 111. may 6-dwly
The Great French Remedy for oppressions
and Monthly Irrejmlartttes.
Ladies Use I Due's Periodical Pill, of Parts.
France; puarauteed to accomplish all thst is
claimed for them. To he used mouihly for troubles
peculiar to women Foil directions with each
box. Si per box or three I oxes for t5. American
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
pennine pill obtained of Otto Kndert, Kim street,
Kock Islnnd, Jappe A Co., Davenport, and of all
THE MOLIfiE SAVINGS BAMK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - ILLS.
Open daily from v A. M. to IP."., and onTnes
day and Saturday Kveniims from 7 to
Interest nllowe.l on LVsposita At the rate
. nf 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amotints of
$1 and Upwards.
6KC0RITT AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trnstees Is respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of Its moneys. Minor
and married women protected by special law.
OmcRR: ft. W. Whici.ocr, President; Por
trrNeinkbr, Vice President; C. F. Hxrimwat,
V ii ie i .
TnmTRB: S. W. Wheelork, Porter Skinner,
C. r. Hemetiway, J. Silas Leas, d. H. Edwards,
Hiram DarlinK, A. 8. Vi risrht, 1. S. Keator, L.
H. Hemenway, C. Vltxthuin.
r The only chartered svini?s Bank In Rock
F. IT. MrM.ER rrest.
8. V. Smith, Vic-1 r.s t .
R H. Ktn. S.-'y.
i. li. I'lfiHK, Tn-ns
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIRST NATIONAL) BANK BTJILD1NR,
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
Perfect proteetloii a.iiit Imrjrliirs. tliif-vr-:
and lire with in l ire hii.I Uiirular i-r..
itnlls nnd S:ifo. Is now pri'iutrod to r.m
Solet in ita nults, Willi t iilicr coiiiliiiialioti ..i
kev i's-ks. The .n-ks oi llu-xc sjifos mo uV
(liftcront, hii.I miller Hm control of tlio n-nu r'
Kieh sjife -..iit;uns a tlll h,,x j t ,,, ,v
valiiiibloit just mii'li mi i oioiii.nl.il ions ns are
wanted by Ailmiiu-.ir.iioix, Kxti-utorH, tiu-ir.l-ian
CipitMlists, Marri.il or Single Woim-u.
hanneri, Meelmni.-s. Travtiinit Men. or
StrHii,t4i-s, having valimMex J rivate n-tirinir
room lur the t'VHininahon if l.arK-is, vi.4
Safes in all sizes, i-hiivioi; in price, int iiniiiini'
from Three Dollars up to Thirty IioIlarH.
ejirdiiiR to Rize and I.n ition. Also, Morao4
Ivooni Tor packft!rt rioxes .r tninks. If vou
are polnjT to travel, this is tin. only iil.tc t.r alt
aoluto safety in the threo t itle taf otir silver
and oth4r valuables, t'lian'e reawnable,
tiall anil se otix auiut, v. tietlier you Uesho a
date or not.
M. J. ROHIJS. Cuxtodian.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
v,li?..,l",KV"'rrt nr rVtln a now or sscond
nand rnstrnment. y will onnsnlt Jrmr ma beet m
teresta by writifur ns f. timts and prieoi
a"r J" ertumenee will tell ynu that it is altrar
tatmn and when you also lesrn that such a hnuas asiui
roods t th iowkwt prioeb. qnahty onnsntered. and
n tbe mtwNtt terms, yon have all the hotter reaann
Ll-CIS" T?!r "i,h ,i4- W sell itabMhi.
Mrumnts in the mark at t the lowest tancea and have
piaan to suit all tM and purses
Our exhibrt includes such nukes as
TIN reerlea. Kmlts, The Artiatk4 Krae-er,
, The I'apalar Flwher,
Tke New KiiRlaaid and reaae Plan,
Jbr partimJan call on or write
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 ana in Maiden Lane. N. 31 ranch
Ind. For sale by T
Thorns, Uriiinrist, Rock
Rra. n all CASH order cJurina our 30
OAVf SPECIAL, PRICE SALE.
AW ra T- S J W
T - 7 Stove?,
S IbrXi -3
Practical Tile anil Iriit M Layer.
Resentence 819 Tweoly-rirst St. Tard near 9t. Pul D.-ti .t,
Rock iRland. III.
estimate fornished for anv kind of Tile or Brick In the market. 1 ayir.s cf Mrs.
and tiie walk a e;-ciaJty.
Dealer tn N'ew and
Second Hand Goods-
Buy-, .:lls and trades any article. A t-ci;t m i- f J- c:rt.
Nrt. 1614 StVOr.l AveDM
Ht r.peitetl his New and Spacious
O A Ti T V T 1 ' T- S. "N K
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avr-nn,
where he would tv pleae1 lo nee his friends.
t"All kind, of drinks a well as Ale and Torter. and the well known .Ir.nk 4 H ' sn i f
only place in the city whe you can fret iu Rtasi Beef l.n nee every day from in i.. ri
J. T. DIXOJN.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenre.
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in the latest style. Also repairing done with neatness and d
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Gents' Fine Shoe a speclaltT. Repairing none neatly and promptly
A share of your patmnaee rc-spectf nlly eolicited.
I6lf Second ATenue. IJ. rV. l-!.rV.M
, FRANK BABCOCK,
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2G0G Fifth Avcntir, KOCK IHLANP
tSr-New itote, new etock, the best c.wdaat the lowest price. A share of patmna.-r -. .. i:d
First -class Graining and Pnr IUn.;in.
P. O Boi 673.
but ijmi.ib u . i ... .
aJuatim. Rtrydei. mM ai OirU' Tncr.
nv w pnw ai .MUwi, pre. mtmX
... v. ,.. am. rrm a. w na. awi r m.
lry. at W. Mm fit.. (War t aa
fsri eatslotaa ysa caa sad oson. with ira IAuimj
BW-, yi WM afaliav u bar haras an pa; fncf he
BMtoA. S W1 eafca. . will ataka ud mat Is m4rt. r
aawplaaapbotrtariii(vlMa.sMltwla Msa.cs. bra lh
AljaaiaffsaxfnaBdawtMaaatatta. tTIua ttua pafet.
Call or nx for eirealar eontatmnR
tl..Caneer, Brlrtit'a IHaeaa. Bcrorata,
arch, Twsaoea. Ht.miatl Trtinblta,
T - ""t-, nnraiuusii, tja.
CM., 1st. tmWl aa A4aaM Ntmu. ISII iul 11
IK' - Jtv
p DAVID DOS,
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock o'
Pipe4, Brass Goods. Vatkii.g
Ho8, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Asceis for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We fuarantee every one perfect, a.d :': r.cc a.
Twenty day's trial, to rcsir,.:4. e tnw
Safety netin Boilr-rs rdiI CV.ntrartort t
furnihing nnd layitiL' Water, i(i
H.tlE I:tni1. 1.-Ksoa
Telephone 118. Kt-sidc4 ce I '; l'it 1
Conrad Schneider's grocery. H s k I?Hai
Shop Fonrth Ave. bet. t!st nd Si-l 14:4
Ha nrvBRTEB a
which does It work in a thorough mnf-
. Prick 60 Cksth pkb Bottxk.