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return from tbe Arizona tour, they
greedily settle 1 ia their army home.
For a while t.io delights of fiftingup the
iinam-rs with all the beautifd mgn,
curtr.iiis, iictures, bookatnJ bric-a-brac
tlieykiul brought fronthseastkeptAIra.
Lane to busi!y occupied that bIxq had no
time to think vtf possible criticisms. But
it was not 1-jj before the captain saw
that thoclouilho dreaded was settling
on her 8 weet and winsome face. Ee did
not need to ask what had been sa:d to
her; he could conjecture what that was
Taking her to hia strong heart, he had
kissed away tho brimming tears, saying,
"Something has been said to worry and
annoy yon, dear one. I do not ask yon
to tell me; but remember what 1 have
nlways said: in nine cases out of t n, re
marks about peoplo sound very different
ly when related by women and by a
fcood many men, too than when origi
Long years of garrison life had taught
him that in the almost endless little tiffs
and jealousies among the wo:aei, and
the o'";i.sioniil misunderstandings among
the men, people rushed to confide their
side of the story and pour forth their
trriev;iTic"s into the ears of next door
m-ighbors. with whom, as likely as not,
they became in turn embroiled within
the year, while the quarrel with the
original object of their wrath had been
long since forgotten. His own policy
had been to give every man his ear, but
none his voice, when personal matters
were under discussion. But he knew
well that it would be expect. ng too
much of mot women that they should
simply listen and not tell. There were
admirable? and truthful wives and moth
ers in the little cot.-ri?, whose friendship
he could have coveted for his wife; but
one of the odd features of frontit r life is
that the impulsive rush for the iatimate
friendship of tho nevly arrived army
bride is generally made by those who
are m:ist apt to betray her confidence
when won, and to give her unfa vorable
impressions, "absolutely without having
said one word against them," of she very
ones whose stability of character makes
them most desirable as frierds and
Lane noted that the women he most
liked and respected were the one s whom
she was making visible efforts t regard
as he did. Perhaps had he painted them
in less glowing colors before she had
seen for herself, a very differeit result
might have been reached; for if a man
really wr.uts his wife to like another
woman whom she has not yet met the
less he says of her perfections t be better.
Wisely Lane made no attempt to con
trol her opinions, but as his duties krpt
liim away from tho houso much of the
day, and as there was even- prospect o
the entire battalion leing sent on a long
practice inarch during the summer, he
was a trifle at a loss what companion
ship to provide for her during t he inevi
table separation. It was' with genuine
rejoicing, therefore, that he read one
day soon after their arrival a letter from
her brother which she silently handed
him, and then sat watching l is face as
he conned its three pages.
The captain finally laid it down and
looked across the table, a kind light in
lu3 gray eyes. "You want tc do some
thing for her. don't you, Mabel?" he
"Indeed, Fred, I wish I cculd. She
has had such hard fortune and she is
such a true girl It is cruel t j think of
her now without a home and, as Regy
says, without a chance of cm nloyment.
I know the Woodrows would have beer,
so glad to take her abroad with them a?
companion, but it's too late for that."
"liegy doesn't say why sh . left Mrs.
Withers, but 1 fancy I can conjecture,"
said Lr-.i:- -It was there 1 first met
her at a dinner party one evening when
I wanted to be with, yon."
"And yet were abundantly consoled,
as I have hear J you say more" than once,
sir. Oh. Khe lias told me all about it,
too. Indeed, if I weren't disposed to be
mortally jealous of her wit a id wisdom
do you know what I'd do?'"
"How can I divine, your ladyship?"
asks Lane, hi.s ores twinkling
"I'd write and bid her come here to
us, and I'd marry her to the nicest fel
low in the Eleventh forthwith. Oh, you
shouldn't see anything of h :r, sirl' I'd
take good care of that. But," with sud
den change of tone and manner,
"wouldn't it 1)3 lovely, Fred"
"Wouldn't what be lovely?' this pro
found dissembler asks, though he knows
exactly what she is thinking.
"Why, to have her come and live with
us and marry in the regiment."
"She isn't very pretty," said the cap
tain doubtfully, but with tie tact of a
Talleyrand. "The boys might not ad
mire her when Mrs. Lane was along
side." "Now. Fred!" exclaims distress Ma
bel, provoked and pleased at once.
"You know her eyes are glorious."
"Hum! Passably when animated."
"When isn't she animated? She al
ways enters into everything so heartily.
She's so full of fun and life. Why, she
would make the ideal armj wife, Fred
That girl can do anything."
"Then why condemn her to marrying
in the army, Mabel?"
But this question madam declines to
answer. She comes quickly around the
table, and with her arms about his neck
nestles her soft cheek against his bronzed
and weather beaten jowl, burrows under
the heavy mustache with her rosy lips,
and kisses him lovingly.
"Say I may. Fred." she whispers coax
ingly. You may, a dozen times over. 1
think I rather like it," ho laughs, his
eyes beaming with delight.
"You stupid boy!" She is shaking
him now. "&iy I may write and tell
her to come right away. Reginald can
bring her ua far as Kansas City as well
"She'll spoil our tete-a-tetes."
"She won't. She'll be ha viug her own
before she is here a week. I lesides, you're
getting tired of them alread y." She says
this, of course, to be contradicted, and is
The trumpet is 6oundiig "first call,"
and the captain is compelled to go. "Do
as yon like, my darling," he gladly an
swers. "Any friend of " yours is "wel
come, and I think yon might tell her
that pastes from St. Louis will be forth
coming."" And now, barely two weeks later,
Georgia Marshall for the second time in
her life finds herself an inmate of an
army garrison and living a blithe ant
restful life after years of thankless toiL
She was not originally one of Mrs. Lane's
intimates in the home of their girlhood.
They had known each other as chil
dren, had gone to dancing school to
gether, but Mabel Vincent's "set" was
made op mainly from the young people
whose parents were wealthy, and Miss
Marshall's father had had to struggle
hard for the wherewithal to "keep the
wolf from the door." She was only 17
when compiled to shift for herself.
Her mother had been taken from her
years before. She had been a loving
and devoted daughter to her sad faced
father, and had comforted and blessed
the humble home to which he had been
forced to retire after some disaster
which had involved his savings. And
here she worked and studied, and here
she gave herself up to the task of cheer
ing his declining years until the feeble
thread of his weary life snapped sudden
ly asunder and she was alone.
For a few months she found a home
in the army in tho household of a rela
tive stationed at the barracks near at
hand. But, being determined to launch
out for herself, she had sought the posi
tion of teacher to the younger children
of a wealthy manufacturer and of com
panion to his wife. This she had held
tor a few years, soivly tried at times, yet
never complaining She had ample op
portunity jit least to read, to study and
to est i male character. Indeed it was
her l:een perceptions that brought about
the final rupture between herself and
tlie wife of her employer, herself a dis
tant connection. Itwxsin the days of
an early widowhood that Mrs. Lane
found herself so frequently in Miss Mar
shall's company. During the winter the
young widow had spent in the south her
mother's health was failing, and be
tween the invalid and Miss Marshall
there had sprung up a friendship and in
timacy for which the daughter at the
time could hardly account.
But when letter after letter came, tell
incr how the girl managed to run over
almost every day and spend an hour or
two reading aloud, and then when Mrs.
Vincent began to intrust much of her
correspondence to these willing hands,
Mabel had learned to understand how
unselfish was her devotion; and after her
mother's death there arose bet ween these
t-vo young women the oue widowed,
yet cherishing a new born love; the
other a wage worker and fancy free a
Enu friendship, which gained strength
with every month. It was to Georgia
Marshall that Mabel, sobbing with emo
tion, had first confided the news of her
engagement to Capt. Lane, and was
amazed, yet rejoiced, at the fervor with
which her friend had recoived the tid
ings. "At last!" she cried. "Oh, I am
so thankful! He has loved you so truly
And so, when from brother Reginald's
letter Mrs. Lane read the 6tory of
Georgia Marshall's final difference with
her employers, no time was lost in de
manding that she should come to their
army home for what Mabel termed a
good long rest. She was determined
that Georgia should have just as good a
time, iust as much attention, just as
many devotees as any girl that ever
turned the heads of the bachelors of the
Eleventh. For the week preceding the
young lady's arrival she had been im
pulsively prep.iring the young fellows
for Georgia's coming and Bounding her
praises to many a listening car. Who
would not li.st.-n to tho.-.e pretty lips?
And therefore there was distinct sense
of dic.-ippoititment nmor.g the subalterns
when that lunch landed damsel stepjed
from the train at the little station and
was rapturously e::fil.led to Malxd's
Jim Wallace, who was Ilearn s especial
chum, and "Lazy" Lee declared that
the new arrival was plain as a pipe stem,
except that her hands and feet were par
ticularly sle-.i dor and shapely. Aud Mr.
Martin, som tiling of a connoisseur, de
clared that her eyes were tin only re
deeming feature of her face. Bat these
gentlemen had seen h?r only at the sta
tion the afternoon of hor arrival after a
dusty ride; and 'ilearn himself, being
officer of the guard, was not presented
until the following day That evening,
however, he was her escort to the little
gathering at the colonel's, and was far
from content that she did not second
the cordial invitation extended by Capt.
and Mra Lane to come in and chat
But now. three dajs after her advent,
as she comes down to the pretty break
fast room, driuking in the soft balmy
air that tloats through the open window.
Georgia Marshall's face is by no tneans
plain. Her eyes are deep, dark, full of
intelligence and life. Her month is
large, but her teeth are pearly white and
beautifully regular. The instant she
speaks or smiles there is transfiguration
in her looks, and her manner is all un
affected grace and gladness. Mabel
raises her sweet face to meet the warm
good morning kiss. The captain lays
down the letter he is conning over and
the perplexed expression vanishes as he
cordially greets her-
"Well. and how did the heroine of
Fort Rvan rest last niirht?"
For everv oue. it set ms. is talkim?
her pluck and promptitude of the odd
ity of the thing that he, a new arrival,
should have been the only one to hear
the brief colloquy between that un
known ruffian aud the coqxraI of the
guard, that she should have been the
first to reach aud succor the still sense
less soldier. Brent.
(To be continued.)
There is no danger of a cold resulticg
in pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
remedy is used as directed "for a severe
cold." It effectually counteracts and
arrests any tendency of a cold to mult
in pneumonia. This fact was fully prov
en in thouaania of cases during the epi.
demic of inflnenw last winter. For sale
by Hartz fc Bahaaea.
The busy man oppressed
with care, having the details of
his calling to look after and
having no time to devote to his
own personal concerns, i-j apt
to neglect his personal heaHh.
Bat let the active business man
try ever so hard to forget him
self, there are some rules of
nature that won't forget him
This was the case with Crosby
White, a leading groter in
Peoria He caught cold and
neglected it, and it settled on
his kidneys. In the hustle and
bustle of business he hopd
that it wo aid wear awav, but it
did not; oa the contrary, this
isjustwhat it did not do, and
at the end of three years Mr.
White was a very sick man
In the meantime he had trid
everything, but every time h-
took cold he grew a litfle
worse, and the malady settled
upon his kidneys. If he had
died, people wonld have said,
"he had Bright' a disease of the
kidneys." But he heard of
Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure, and he began
taking it To his surprise, for
he was wholly despondent, he
began getting well, and it was
not long before he was perfect
ly sound, and he is to this day.
Some sneer at the idea of a
Cough and Kidney Cure being
united in the sam9 medicine,
this because most cough cures
contain opiates, which are
harmful to the kidneys. Reid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure does not, but stimulates
the action of the kidneys.
There are thousands of cases on
file in oar office just like Mr.
White's, He can be addressed
at Peoria, 111 , where he is
still in fcusitess at the Beehive
Grocery, cor. North Adams
and Jackson streets.
For 6ale by all druggists.
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
107 Main St , Peoria, 111.
Do you know that you can
buy a chimney to fit your lamp
that will last till some acci
dent happens to it ?
Do you know that Macbeth's
" pearl top " or "pearl glass "
is that chimney ?
You can have it your
dealer will get it if you insist
on it. He may tell you it
costs him three times as much
as some others. That is true.
He may say they are just as
good. Don't you believe it
they may be better for him ;
he may like the breaking.
C.KO. A. MAl-UklU & CO.
It Is said will gell anything, this ia
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit is the test. Extt-nsiro.
advertising mny sell anything where
it is new or unknown, but after It
comes into genvrul use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and Bt:ady growth of Swift's Specifie
la the bt-bt evidence oi its excellence.
It Is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, Bella tea
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swot Sraciric Co., Atlanta, Ca
ASK TOTJB OEOOXS FOR XT.
FLA PnaJa-fc and relieve all tb tr-mb V i faef
".Act to a bilkma atetoof tb systam. wtch aa
titztaMR, KtMO, ErovlnaM. I Hut rm af
eating;, hia la tbo Pl in. to. Whila thrlr too
Tarn-. JuHe Buccora baa b--a in '-y
SVsAath yet Cartora Hull XJmr Pa era
eqn&Uy valnabla In Contln:ion. rtinng uj I3-
liTor and itgolxa Uie bovaU.
va utter oaly
eufor from this dkitraulas eorapUint; bnt rm
fcatnly Ikeirgoodncai Jxa not.l brnl ib-v
iraocBca try them U1 flo l hna)ii!ept!l!'t
slils n o mar.jr wiyi lit they viU n t bt wi!
XjigtodovuboatUicaa. Bat after .ltftL4
, Is Vht. Vane cf to Briny lirw tht hmbvVrra
trotaikeocrpvaAbooat. Oor piliocuraU'i:!
eJ)' i da not.
Ccrfcr'B tittM tlrt- VClt m Try m,l M
Try tittjr to taka. One or two pills nulu a !..
They ara etnctly v.vtaMe anl do nut RTips or
rnr. but by tiwir R-ntlo action plineaU "hi
Mxlhna. la viiintt 'JecnU: a-.-ofnr L Soil
fcr drage'iata eTtrylMx tc sect ty aaU.
CSRTER MEDICINE CO.. Wew YorV.
5l'ALLfILL SKALLD3SE. SHALL PrV.:
PHVSICIM AND SUECECS
It ttn T!lr !ih the C-eaUst
,SK1LI and SUCCESS
C&roDiCjMscs achate Diseases.
WNERVOUS DEBILITY. Lort Man.
hood. Failing Memory, ExhauMine; Drama,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache in.i d
the :ifect lead .ag to early decay an.i peia. Coa.
,-cmption or Inumty , u etcd -- r . tyaew
mrthojs with nrrCT-fjiliBg rtic-e.
44-SYPHILIS and all bad Elcod and Sklo
Diseases permanently cud.
"KIDNEY and URINARY cisrUints,
Gleet. Gonorrhoea. Stricture. Varicocele and
all disease of the Oemto-l r rwry t-rr. cured
promptly without injury to UJTr-j.h, f lunrji or
a No experiments. Are ard experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
"All cnrfc.ponrirnre is o'-tc.I'v irita'e
FortyVrars' I"Ta-nrr -ti;.l let tn. Cl-rki tr.Gi.ar
antcf Cure- in a'l Ctir.-.Hr Ca-- rt lvma.
fcrrorala. Syphilis, bladder suit Kidary li.
mm-- l4-arorrhira and limal TroaMr. I.Usr
(mslaisU tatarra, ail Blood, Nkia aid tr
No mailer who has f.ili-d to ear ran. write
Dr. Clatke a full history of rom ca-e liocrs.
B to t ; Sundays, 9 to is. Call cn or a.i Jrrs
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICACG. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
able prK-mwf The IVm hf-nnral ,.. prr
" i")m m pmrnpuam or Iff. V til-
7" uni'i wuriO'Wonptit4'
'i'nilliRUPII',,,'-cr,n fJ-B tuna:
vassal - TaJj. W. - - . '
trumeavriy Intlivn-niior oUhycums:
tiAVaiut IlT..4.. -...1.1 a . '
luauj sriaiiarv-'i iairrs.M L kt.
J s...va-. s. 'Uii.ru, tJ-l: Will DD1 CUr m UIkI
of Tnatmoiit a hafe, Vrtam and hr1? (""KK.
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iKni-un-iviunnnimtiu. 1 r.w iinatu
Im has ri-n firaxtaJ uvnum to tu.e
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tl.ttp-"! nvnn, arl rt. re ic .r l-uer
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. nariKi-u lyyuirunmrir 3 uk am n nrno
ctii:f ul uicor ii.tcmiMM.ftin tuun'
r-titn- lr..ni .; (Mt.. H.Vm. u.M i.l 1.0
rt..,, , '"! piirr iti,r'i r Uuny y.-rr. . Uf
Williams private iu-fhv. vf i.-m a tr il.
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IE9 Wtscohsia Sntiir, fcllWAhiiclE, Vfl
HORST VON K(ECKRITZ.rtannaft
PKt-BrrTios a SPECiaLTT.
Fourth At. and Tweatv-Tbird St.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO's
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 16 Maiden Lane. N. V. Braoeh .M arioa.
Ind. For sale by T U. Tbosaaa. Drnejfiat. Rock
Island, 11L sy. DkI-b
(We are tho Kim n fact urera.
Do aol fi.t to pt as EjftMte Be'ore Contractor,
J.DUNFEE & conp'y.
I O-t-1 OO rntnktiw-St.. Ch8oaa-o,
R OF.Dt EFFENBACH'S
SORf CUB.I "or SFWIS.4L. kllVSUl
tliNR? TiOUBUS is tCBkS.
SfjaUPM urotftrtcs. an naeta.
TAIkTf M BISrrO'.aTCkI.-l--t-tiv.'r
ri-.r, tli. vnr.w. i 3. aan.
HiIrsiiintitnri.iD Ii.4.t. tn
ticatwrat a trial L nun mi f-rti i-.vn'lx.
u m r.. ...
. ntT-sw --V.,
cole sgt. for thsC S. ieIS.ST..,HAUsH.WlS.
t.au or sraa lor cin-aur enataututar
tb next urr-lMU eafM of CMas-
Eowasa, an-tiiaamBstMLBi CaV
arrk. Ta-aora. Kwaaach TrDaaka ote.
-1-.1 MmoTjraar aotavwaiao.
Mwaaantadaarr-bra. SiSil, tKIOM IIUU
a., bar, -.- aa aaasM a .aic-w. ass.
a H u k
4 r t .
AT TT1I3 LIST AND
FRANK G. YOUNG.
Mince meat, home made,
nuyler's butter vips,
P. Emilien olives,
Can pine apples,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beet Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Lee and Perria Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Wafers,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And Iota of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11C3.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tjc oM IV- -t T.m- 'r'ii Ci-r-ttTits
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
&:! lew sr rr'.i .K-. --r ra jicj,
VM:r; it--.- i.-- !,., ,v 1. 1.
John Volk & Co.,
- V at if act tr rt of
Sasi, Dtv-rs. B'.in-i, S;.I:r3, T.oc-rizi.
acd aU kfads cf w-v-d wars for bslldora,
Etlrcta b'.., bcV rturd acd Pra-ia svv ,
B. B. anl Steamsliip
(Keaber Anertcaa Txket Brokers' Ax'tx.)
Rxduczo Rates to all Poena.
Omci -la Adaaaa Erprrrs OScc a4r
HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
eorr and uabd
Office 1C1 Seeoal aeaa.eorBc Fifteeatk tt.
Trlryaotte No. 10t.
Afvorayeara axperfeaco la teacblc Isatra
tDeaUl Moaic I wul proaare ytra roar Uory viih
leso leoseaa for Ue tcaal mtj f say teai&er Is
sudor oor t nperrtshm. avrea caick )aeaile pnp'J.
Teadtera will sara aaoaey to order tkeir Mtx
B00U of as. Oao-Uurd off of aiartvd arte oa
r-keeinasic to every oae. Lrsvs order, aaatitif
aoihor. at my moslc rooau, 101 8ocoal arscaa.
Eock la Land.
vraakoapeeu:tyof teackiaf iatxs.etoei
teaebtrs bow to teaea.
Address me at Brady S-t, Dsrerpo-, Ts.
Mm. C. A. KEBE&EE.
Tr D,t't o
Iasrt arv4iaattna--unry wtfaaskaa. iss.
" r r trrlint mi iii. . 1
saiaas -- - (nam
!Moatloas so led", and Hlp" waaUtaaervest
owe srrek hi the tan T Asara r KIR.
For tal. Krai. EscKaarc u4 Mtsr!1aasa
vaaU in-rrt4-d om dijr at Ic per word; thraa
days al c prt word aaa 00c weak at He per
Ff !-. rar: Ifandir Lnife o ar Asrva--uiaCuUec-:
caiairr al ta wCxe. M M
)TOL TABLES roR BALI AT CU 8IOOD
iOK 8 A LB A UOlK AND UT IS U1W
drla additiosu skmiU kork l.lscd. tM f
MiUaroad. Etxl-e at So. !: Srx 4 irrtse,
xjirmLT rrKMvniD roo ro two
A aioaat fcTwratieUstrarl,
WATKI a rlTCATlON Aa ENJ1?EIK
J s coair-Mrl yuusr aa.s mWa t airadr
aad cans-V; n forulaa W f rrimwt. A4
U:j Secvsd areiae. t
WANTEll A hJOH w TK BT A EVGI-SH-er.
a west fsrsit4 (rwt raosa. I tit Ttr4
asenne. tn...de. a ct'jr c;ir it it a
Booth for f I; r for lo imUrsara E ser
WAVTED MTt:ATIi?t BT UVB (Jig
rettesBsfTHdsaaa: kah.d asiskrrf sra
riperiesire la s-t at.li bs.itxM ; oa 4a c4boe
work eod law Mure to tw-ra at aatifctne wtta a
chioce for prosaotK-a; address ana (ant;.
UAXTEO-.E5EnAL STATE AtiIXT T
" wpea rrs Jsusrtrrs la not titrttal ct!r. aa
Sbsae earlustse cowtrxl f oar Vat4M as4 aa
pntat IocmX as4 aarrt"a ta -rr city la litis
tatr: roods kaasra na.) a Cnar. ta att
srrsal da.and. and a rt ralt otMU M
tr oniL Addrts Tat Latua Coaraar. T4
broadaay. Srw lock.
I TKt T
1200.00 and Upward
T a sale, "curei oa lud worth from
tlrt-e Vj are ticu Il isout
o! Xh9 lOaA-
Ianrt T per cent aesj sscally. collected aA
res.tted f ret ot ciarfs.
E. W. EURST,
Attosxit at Law -
2jf t sti Vasorlc Trap'.
ROCS' LSLA.yD. ILL
THE XQLINE SAYIH8S BADK
(CiarVl hy tbe LerUtarc of PJiaoia.)
MOL1NE, - ILI-S.
Cpei da'ly fro-a ff A. V. to S P. X . aad osTut
Cj srd atardsy EvxltMTS fro 3 I to
Ic'erv?: jwe J oa Dcipc".u hi the rte
.? al T-r iTV rtt rsa A -ir t-w-
Deposits received ia amounts of
11 and Upwarda.
Ti ff TiU rrt-rry of tae Trtee to rwew.
ikioto too depOMtora. Tbe oSotrs are prakias
t-4 frota tMrrosnttc acycf lu savDrya. Minors.
u. buttm woairo proicciea cy raecl law.
frrtrB: Wacaux-K. Presidest; ra
raafeaaastv Vice Pruudtxt; C F. Ucmam-waT,
TrTa; W. VTLorlor.k, TvTrt f-k-lawrr,
C r. UeoM-away. I. K.aa braa, O. tt. EdwartU.
E-aa trij:r. A. H. w,rjrbt. J. JS. Scalar. 1
XL. H-mrew at . C. V .tAktua.
tsTTtaotJf clartere-d eaVji Eat la Bock
Cast Iron Work
Ct.se. A ;-ifc:'y cf f .rL.lt a'J fctda
t f iis.ili Casl t-.-s ot cetii
A MACHINE SHOP
La (era a:J alr-e al klala wf auacklas
OT Slrt drrrje trsl-cIsM.
NINTH ST. AND ?th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
W. C. MAUCHER,
Cs sr pirtar i tbe
J-vjtx-r-.j wiick Le Lu bad txLvul tjt Ui ks
tot bw.i.rs, ta wow re-parr 1 to ftccota
CoiaU trsLstral Orls.
Day and Regular Boarding
at rery reaoat,:e pricaav.
E la also (xfafed la tta
al tie saa p're witk a cbsic lot of Crocerlea.
rana prodaoe a eyeoaJty.
A. D. HUESING,
Reperwa-ta. ataoaa; o.ker la -tried aa4 avail,
kaowa Tm iMaraacefosssnww bo folloarwig:
P-oyal iBovaaceOocBnaay.oC Bariaad.
Wrsriterter rire I aa. Vomt nat j tf N . T.
Bcfalo Oermaa Iti Ca, Baffalo, M. T.
Hocbealee Oerataa lea !-. hockoatar. St. f.
Cruatks las Co.. of rtaaasirck, ra.
oa Fire OSce. Loadoa.
Coon las. Co., of Oaliforala.
r-otsrty Ids Ca.. New Hiroa, Cn.
Mliwaaaeo Mechasjca Ina. Co.. M U watlce. Tia
tirrsaaa nrelaa.cawf raoria. 111.
OScc Ccr. lSlh EL, uS Beooad Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
i ts artoowVvl
I L carri be ataad 1
aaie tn mrvaBaoexxliiM at
a. J.eiUNEit. K.D-
aww mw asi
i.1 T'-l; XI
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