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GHOST OF THE PALATINE.
Phantom of a Burning Ship VTMeb la
Seen hy Klock Islander.
There 19 a vierd mystery hi.-h always
hovers over the sea, and like th ocean it
self groweth never cornmonplac! or staled
iy usaie. The more men go to sea the
more they become impressed v.ith it, the
more superstitious they become, and the
more in awe of the power and magnitude
of the great deep. These people," whose
homes are on the shores of th sea, and
whose menfolk gain a livelihood on the
waters, are filled with legends and super
stitions which, handed down from genera
tion to generation, have finally become a
part of their lives. Thus in the fishing vil
iages along the Xew England shore it is a
4'ommou belie that a person ljiag ill can
not die except on the ebb of the tide.
Watchers by sick heils always, in these
hamlet-s, await the beginning of the flood,
and say with bared breath, "If he only
lives till the tide f a is." Barren beaches
and mi.ty promontoi !cs have th-.'ir ghosts
of stranded ships or drowned men all
along the uorthern coast, firmly believed
in by t lie country people, and often seen
by the:n with the eye of faith, if not with
Two of the most celebrated haunted
spots on the nort hern coast are the north
eastern coast of Block Island and St. Mary's
Bay, a rockbound inlet near Cape Race,
Newfoundland. The ghost which haunts
the Block Island shore is "the terrible
ghost of the Palatine," mentioned by
Whittier ia his "Tent on the Beach," and
the actual uptearance of which has been
vouched for by hundreds of pec pie, some
iif them being men of standing, not born
or living in the neighborhood, but in New
York and Boston. The legend of the Pala
tine, as told on the coast, isas follows: In
early colonial times the ship Palatine.
lai.en with colonists from the Palatinate
ot the ntuii?, was on her way to Virginia.
In those days Bixk Island was inhab
ited by wreckers. Not the modern wreck
ers, who for a consideration will raise
sunken vessels or bring up thei r cargoes,
but bad men, who for no consideration at
all would lure ships ashore by ft lse lights
and then pluuder them. The wreckers of
Block Island lured the Palatine ashore one
wild, stormy night and burned her after
taking everything valuable out of her. In
the wreck many lives were lost, a ad on the
bluff overlooking the beach whero the ship
struck are some graves where some of the
bodies washed ashore are buried, which are
known as the "Palatine graves." Some of
the survivors married with the islanders,
and their descendants live there to this day.
After the wreck of the Palatine, when
ever a strong northeast wind was blowing
and the surf piled high on the barren
shore, there appeared a ship ii. flames,
burning and dying away and blitzing up
again in three pyramidal iiames. As time
passed, and jxipulation and civilization in
creased, the appearance of the ghost of the
Palatine became less and less frequent.
The last aut hentic appearance of t he burn
ing Palatine occurred about seventeen
years ago, when it was seen by many peo
ple, who made affidavit to it afterward.
It was described as appearing at first like
a light seen through the windowof a boose
at night. Then it grew to three pyramidal
flames, shooting up as high as a ship's
masts, and then fading away. This was
reported several times.
Aliout this period the "Palatine light,"
as it is called on Block Island an d the ail
jitcent New England shore, appeared sev
eral times. The apparition has been ac
counted for by some by ascribing it to the
effect of phosphorescent waves dashing up
on the shore, and by others to the escape
of a luminous gas from some fissure in a
rock Iteneath the water, but to the native
born Block Islanders such explanations
seem impious, and they firmly bel eve that
it is a mark of the anger of heaven set for
ever on their shores to remind them of the
crime of their ancestors. New Yc rk Trib
une. Tlie Small Eel.
Wheu the water becomes warm in the
spring, myriads of embryo eels appear.
The water swarms with them. They are
not much larger than darning needles,
contain almost no solid matter, only a
faint thread iu a filament of jelly, but are
tremendously active. Before the discovery
of the utility of the clam worm us smelt
bait, eel was thought to be the onl y article
that smelts would eat in the wi'ater. It
has the merit of Wing tough. A small
fragment of eel fastened upon a hook and
soaked in water swells like a drh cl appla
and becomes a tough, white lump. G. W.
Singer in Lewiston Journal.
A Iog-a Teeth Filled with Gold.
A traveling dentist that now and then
visits Birmingham has a pet dog whose
decayed front teeth are filled wi ,h gold.
The dog had the toothache some time ago
and his master, after examining the de
cayed teeth, filed out the cavities very
neatly and put several dollars' worth of
gold into them. The dog kicked vigorous
ly against the operation and howled too,
but some one held him in the chair, and the
dentist performed the job successfully.
When the dog grins the gold filling gleams
beautifully. Cor. New York Sua.
' Source of the 3IisslgiiippI.
A correspondent asks. Has the isputed
question as to the exact source of the Mis
sissippi river ever been settled?
The cource has leen "officially" placed
by the Minnesota Historical society, we be
lieve, at two small lakes west of Itaska
lake, and on hither ground than th it sheet
of water.--St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
H"liy Tliey Lost t astn.
"Upon what do you base your assertion
that the Heslingburys are uot people of
"Why, we have just engaged a waitress
highly recommended by them, and she act
ually sets the table with teaspoous for the
peas." llarpar's Bazar.
Xtis I"rices Paid for Poetry.
Turning to the prices paid for poetry by
periodicala, it may be stated that, at the
present time, half a crown a line is :herate
in the highest quarters; in otheis, two
guineas, one guinea, and even half a guinea
are the sums given for a short set of verse
A popular poet could of course command
almost any price. Tennyson, for icstanoa,
received from one magazine 100, or about
1 8s. aline for "Tithonua," and did still
better with "The Revenge," receiving for
It JE3 a line; while Longfellow was paid by
the proprietor of a weekly journal ;290O, or
4 a line for his "Hanging of the Crane."
The deliberate type of bad compliment is
usually nothing more nor leas than an ex
pansion of the formula, "You're 8. fool?
wrapped, however, in fair words and suav
ity of phrase.
Where soft or hard coal is burned in an
open grate a dampened newspaper pinned
over the front makes a serviceable I lower;
bat never nse a dry paper.
otateof Ohio, City of Toledo. (
LCCAS COTJHTT. JM
Frank J. Cheiey makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co.. doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and every esse
of catarrh that cannot be cared ty the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December.
A. D . 1S86.
A. D . 18-6
A. W. Gleason.
SEAL Nothrv Fnhlir
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inttrnalle
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J Cheney Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Perhaps it is owing to the fierce Bants
down there that the turbulent Republic of
Chile has recently lost an i.
For Over F.fcy Tears.
Vri. Winslow's Soothing Syrup bas
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your rest
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o! "Mr. Wicslow's Soothtng
Svrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little Bufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduce iDflimma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's SoothiDg Syrup.'
A Seal Balsam is Kemp's Baitam.
The dictionery says, "a balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance flowing
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs is the only cough medi
cine that is a real balsam. Maay thin,
watery cough remedies are called balsam's
bnt such are not. Look through a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure,
thick preparation it is. If you cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'.
Large bottles 50c and Si,
I had a severe attack of catatrh and be
came so deaf I could not hear common
conversation. I suffered terribly from
roaring in my head. I procured a bottle
of Ely's Cream Bl m. and in thrpp wopha
could hear as well as I ever could, and !
now i can say to all who are afflicted with
the worst of diseases, catarrh, take Ely's
Cream Balm and be cured. It is worth
$ 1.000 to any man. woman or child, suf
fering from catarrh. A. E. Newman
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action; and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to S. S- S
Send for our treatise on Blood and
Swift brfccinc Co., Atlanta, Ga
"17 REMEMBER n7
J J IS THE NAME OF THAT L3 VA
That Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEVER, COLD In
the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER,
ih m nn "1 BRONCHITIS.
Frtce SI.OO. lint Bottles.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
PREPARED CNLT ST
Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co.
82 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Block, No. 808 80th St., Hock Ieland.
Hsvlnff parchased a complete line of Undertak
ing eooda. with hearse and anpaartennces, and
having secured the aervices of Mr. Geo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, an expert fnneral director and em
balmerof 12 years experience, I am folly p ro
ared to guarantee satisfaction.
After 22 yean experience In teaching Instru
ment! Mnaic, I will promise yon more theory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher in
under our sopenrislon. Riven each Juvenile pupil .
Teacher will save money to order their Music
Booki of us. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MBS. C. A. NEBEKEE.
The Great French Bemedv for SuDDreaeiona
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladies Use Le Due's Periodical Fill, of Paris,
France: guaranteed to accomplish all that 1c
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women. Full directions with each
box. $8 per box or three) boxes for SS. Americas
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
genuine pill obtained of OttoBudert, laa street,
Rock Island. Jappe 4 OOm Davenport, and of all
THE TRAVELERS VCIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth veuue and TturtT-
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TRAIN'S. tLAT. 'Akit.
Couucil Blot! & Minueao-1 .M I ,
U Day Exirei. f m ' :0" m
Kansas City Day Erpresa... 5:50 am 10:56 pm
Wahingtnn Exjri 8:38 pm' 11:05 pm
Council Uu3t & MioneiMj- I '
taExpre.. ( "v-SOpm; 7 :05am
Council Bluffs & Omaha !...-
Limited Vet;tmle Ex.. f 1,:18mi "8:04 am
Eansan City Limited 10 :56 pmj t :44 am
t-oiDK new. Homi eam. Dily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. A Vf. RAIL
way Depot Firt avenue and Sixteenth .,
at J. Yon iig, agent.
TRAINS. tuM amtTT.
SU Looi KxpreM an.' 6:W aca
8U Lnm Kxprens.. . ' 7:35 pm 7:1S pm
St. Pani Exprew S:45 pm T:M am
Beardtown Panoeneer i 8:.S5pm; 10:35am
Way Freight (Monmouth). . . V:JSam. 1 : n
WayFr ielit (Strhr..;j 18:25 pmi 10:10 am
Sterllne Paa-encer 7:vMamj 6:48 pm
Dobuanc " I 10:36 am j H3 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A fonihwetrm Division De
pot Twentieth ttct. between Flnt and hecond
avenne. K. D. W. Holme, agent.
TRAINS. Lavi. Abmtx.
Man aLd Expre- 1:45 an 9:0iipm
St. Pnnj Kxpr-pi 8:1b tr llSam
-!. Acu)b modati.in :u;,c 10:10am
f f-T motlatjot, ?:8San ft :lopm
ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth a tree t. F.
U. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. Liivt. Aawtra.
Faat Mall Kxprcsn 8:10 am 7:30 pm
Express 2:80 pa 1 :S0 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 8:00 pm
4:00 pm 8:06 am
M06T DIB.SCT ROUTE TO THE
East aDd South East.
I OOIKO WIST.
8 .15 am
12 35 pm
in 7 mm
ar.. Orion., lv
10 50 am
St. Louis. Moj
6 05 pm
8 15 am
. i.ouiBVUle .
Passenger train arrive and depart from Union
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 6 '45
p. m. arrives at Peoria 2 -.10 a. m . Ltavea Peoria
7:15 p.m. arrives at Rock Island lfflt.n.
11 00 am
Lv. Rock Island.
8. IS am
Ao-om. I 4'lAAc,
7.10 as 1.45 pm
" Hock Island.
o uo ami .uu pm
D JU pi
Chair car on Fast Express between Bock Island
and Peoria In both directions
H. B. 8UDLOW, H. 8TOCKH0US.
Wnperintendent tu'l Ttrt. Agent.
Un. JiZ.r H
ItKBII.UlTtb - IK.
iH"fWTK!. wan hjm
If CTRiC 8tlT all SOiPERSttl
IONKI. Mart (or u. mmm.
"rehw.M. rirtM ri.l.. aiu. " -
Carrrat nf Fitrt'HT thrttfH mil WKAK
IAsTBEJISLSOTBIOCO.. ll isii sTTeiiiciH. " I
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FEBRUAliY 23, 1891.
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR IT.
Forjsa'e by a'l flrt cUm Grocery dealer.
John Volk &. Co.,
M anuf acturer of
Ba&h. Doors, Blind, Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for builder,
eighteenth 8U, bet rhixd and Fourtt av.,
HENRY 0. SCHAFFEB,
SOFT AND HABD
Omc 1481 Second avenue, corner Fifteen tn at.
Telepboae Wo. 10ML
. W J
Fresh Fish. White Fih, Cod Fifb.
Sa.t z. 8uoked Halibut.
Picked nrrriog. Umoked Bloater.
Large Fat Mackerel,
Canoed Smoked Trout,
Fasct Bottle Goods
P. Emilun Co. OliTie.
Cross A Blackareir Midgets,
Jenny Lind Stuffed Mangoes.
Imported Bed Currant Jelly,
" Kispberry mad Strawberry Jelly.
Durkee 8ld Dressing.
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Peche, SiriwLerrief, etc.
Edam. From is de Brie,
Cream and Limburer.
Wilow. Rnd & WaUn.
Chase & Sunford'a,
High uradeCoffjes always on hand.
Armour's Star Boneless Bicoa.
Gi.'more'a tlams and Bacon.
Pure Lrf Lard.
Pig's Feet. B neJe s Hxks
Poultry always on hand.
Florida Orrg:s and L?mozs.
1103, Third arenue.
Telephone No. 11C8.
FTATK OF ILLINOIS,
HOC a IsLABD C'OfBTT.
la ihr eircult court f Rnck l!asd cobnty To
the May trm A. l ll.
Robert C. Jewptt. vs. Cawias C. Ilarlmaa and
Sanfnrd F. Ilarlmaa.
I'abllc cotire it brrrby r.v-q to lie a! 1 Cassia
" uarimai. ana sacinra r. Ilartaiaa. that a wrt:
of aisrbmrnt Iwurd out of tba tfirw, r ft.
clrraofsald Rork Iflaod rouv.j cirrolt mm rt.
in the sat: of the a!d Itobrrt C. 'jrwnt and
aratt Ibe estate of tbe said Caiaa C. Uartmaa
and aoford r. Uartmaa. for the rum of ut.
idoimihi rive tiaadrrd art rny dnVar
wi. airectea to tbe brfl of K-k UUnd
omniy. wli. b sm writ bas bva trtunxMl rt
enu-t ; row Lhrrr fore aale two. the aaii Su
forJ F Har-man and Cati C. Har.mta rbail
tHrocal:ybe and appear before tbe said Kmc
Island county circuit court, on or before de r
umj ot toe next lera Uirrror. to be balden at Ibe
court bouse in tee city of Rock Island. In aatd
conmy. no the (nt Monday of Mar A. 1)
rive bail and plead to Ibe said pontiff's arttoo.
jvi wni win ne enirrea acaiast yoa aad la
favor of the sail Robert C Jrarif i
of the prnperty a'Ucbed as may be sefflcieat lo
.; mrijug(DtDI BO a CCwU. L.J le Bold
10 esuiy toe eatne.
Rock Itlaod. 111.. Jan. S4. 1591.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Jacks n Ilrasr. I'iamt.fl s Attorney.
Itv virtne nf t hmmiIji. . J t .... -
.an nnf nf Ik. L.k nai . . . i i .
of Hurt I . I .r.4 mwi nt. ,M . . - . .m ,
- 7 . tu wmw w. tuioqii,
and lo soe directed. a bereby I aat cotnmaodrd lo
' "v uiinun ui m certain laarment recent. f
obtained against Freeerick M.Bopestn favor of
Tbe MCornirk Ilanrraf in. w-k.K.
oat of the lauds. f-Bemeets. foods and chattels
: ""vnoauts. nave levied upon the
1 nf thrw 1. 1 In l.l w W V. u i Mt .
Touors aldition to Milan, foraaerl)- Candea
r . mia. ii.u aca caieor
Therrfnre iMnfln. i . ..
rose for rale at public a action all the ribt. title
SHarl talaaasBt e. - a. . . - m m .
- v. wa- Dirora, rrt3rCKll
rvoiMps. in &nd ia th atMV. a;.a
. " . " a-ww . a. WVI ttiSBJV U J IBWan W mm
orlock m . at Utc itortb door of Ut court how
u iur ui unci ISiaoo, 10 IOC CAQDf T Of HocJl
t - - " i -ova ru SU IsesaiU,
J e-av a V. UIIUU UU ICff Dl.I.
taaJ 1 m -
w isiana uis soconn eav or Feb
ruary. A. D. 1W1 . C. D. OORDON.
onenn of Rock Island county. UUdoU.
gPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
.... ... i ki'tu w lit jtrrmnt iLltrrNfO,
that the city council of tbe cifjr of Itork ItUrd
havtnS orcered that an anderjrround sever be
onlroeted commeBClrg at tbe renter lii e of the
tr.u-rMCtioa of Ninth street and the al.ey between
F irst and Second avenoea; runnier, thence south
alone tbe renter of said Mntb s.reei to Fifth
Xn'lca Id h.M-t.m. . ..... .
...... ... w. iiu m mam ririn
avenue sewer, w th lateral branches coDuertief
b pr.rr, mi rwmT OI iae
Inf .MiirtUli. .1 ft.. .Mm , a. . .
M 7 iz """r rira aca
becond aod Secocd atxl Third avenaes reepoc-
u'c-i. m, iiotii me aiiey Between finl
aid second aveouea to ro east to wlihia twenty
feet of the weat II mo tJ T.mk . . .
el?htv feet from tbe m line of Ninth street
ibe laUrU la the alley between ecoad aad
T.(.ll AWBMHAA In .A 1 . . . . .
. . 7 wwiiiii- iweviy leet
of ibe east line of Eirhth street, have atpird to
Mnw.ui. mi, i mxm uiasa oxinr, n u
u i ia coals of
aid Improrement i coord In to benefits: sad. an
- - -. . .
.. .... ,. lu( wra-a aaaoe atM re
turned to said court, the Baal tea nor tbrreoa
wl I he had at lh- Man birr a of ald cwurt. cooj.
"i uay a aiarcB. A. U. JKVI.
A 11 itfnm. (IhIh..
and make their d-feo-e.
iatei nt Kork I land, Illinois, this ITt!'jay of
February. A. i. IWI.
J. K eOBBBTOB,
J. U. CXCLABD.
Estate of Andrew E. Johnson. Deceased.
1 . awa avpotated adailB-
Istratrlx c.f the estate r.f And ew lL.JkM 1...
of the County of Mock Islaod. state of Illinois de
ceased, hereby (tree aoOce thai ah will appear
oeiore us coaaiy conn of Koch Island coast 1. at
the office of the clerk of said court, la the city of
k.k Island nt the April teraa.oa thetm Wob
day in April next, atwiica time aU peraooa tsv.
Inx claims acaiaatseid entaia are notiAo and
request 10 auend. for tl purpose of bartiuf the
pwviiBN-a. oii parsooa laesatoa tosad so
y," reuaeaUd to saaka i atavadiaU paynveal
Dated ibU Hlh day 0 P Denary. A. D, 161. I
HANNAH iOBBSQS. " TaaslTalrls '
STTrrrrrcTlUTABusitLOItSll 180 So.
""""'I Ctilcaco. III.. 1 Clark 8 U
PHYSICIAN ID SCECIC1
b sin TrtWmr t &xtet
SKILL and SUCCESS
WNERVOl'J DEBILITY, Leet Man
noodf-Failinc Ue'nory. Er-strviri Oraiea,
Terrible breasts. Hesd ar i bsca Aib mmi mi
thec0erteln t.iesrty dn : tli'r Coo
'croptiooor loaaeity, Urr6 o.rr.uti:j ty ar
sarthod a-rth -m.(.il nj tuc ru
8YPHIL.IS and l'bd Blood and Ski
Diseases rertnaoectiy e-JTd.
"KIDNEY aod US1NART maUah.
Gleet. Gonorrhoea. Stricture. Vt-cocel mmi
all dneaws of the Genito.l rtury Oxaf obs4
prwptlv w thxl WjUry to S;mr.,h. lidaryS or
"No espetimerrra. Are ard csperte ncn
In-portsot. Consultatsaa tree and sacred.
4 a" A 11 rortetporidrare is .srvr-iilr rmae.
Forty Ynr. Pi ac t ire rti( let IV I lt lr ioCuar
anie-e ute in all fnit-V O- ' 4 far-aaa.
Hrrefala. Kjfcll. Bladder aed kvlaaey lla
eaaea. l-ararrbea aed treaale Ttwaea. I.lier
(oaiplsiat. islarrh. all kld, lkla aa er
No mattr who r.ti failel to rare yo. aritt
Dr. Clatke a full hiviorv of vmit rsve. Hours,
fe to S; Sand)v 9 to it. Cali oa or adlieas
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark SU CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
a BsedMal Ireaimot ras t- bad f nr raaaiiia
Menrtravof lb IVra t 'betmral Co
rmra4 fruea Ibe n m 1 iwvia of lr. vA'tia.
iaia.a ric-imnf enaraa-wtae rebate?
w IUUH0 KLRaod Kervoos k-aliiy.
aaaaaf of Meaanry. IkraaHKaOeajry, Tj" .
aewretteeaQpaajimi nla. lar.W tltaaaaa.
fabohass'iveaiapeaai auraunaii Uiaas
ay j Hi aias fwaaaoy aeana,irin-iiliia Itaaaa.
nl raauileo wbarai aeSOirairUf ssai Ua
dutai i oaaoa.aaaS 1 in us vi amir
Ibaa Mnaaora) MaSriav as taer are eat
rfc anted tTtbeaaatrar aoe aod piastre M
etimxare of daoe mu-il arOiaifcaaaaaaaaa.
ROUE TREATVEKT TZl'ZZZZ
ein fnaai uuuf ISiM. a aed entfe va
WlUiajns Mime mrmv. tirm Una a Lnal-
SPECIFIC N0.8I eeeoS.
m ..... nli lotniiainai Bat 1 a a
(UOMUUD oiTHa. A oof
TMK arau CMCMICAL CO..
IS3 WrscOBAia SrtiiT, stlLwAilUX. Wlf.
THE UOLINE SAVINGS BAUK
(Charted by the Legislature of UUaeia.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Open dally fm t A. M. S F. nf . axl on Tuoe
cay and hatarday Kvenlncs rroai 1 to
Invert, allowed on Dctpraxit at the rate
or 4 per Cest. rxr Ax num.
Deposits receiTedin amounts of
1 and Upwards.
fEClBXTT A'DAD VANTAGES.
The prtvaie property of Trusteoe is reenoo.
s'.bie to th depoaitora. The aAcera ar fxcAjbt
ted from borrowlac axy of i:a saoneya. Miatera
and married women protected by r social law.
Orrncn:. W. Wntrtoc. rresldeot; fon
rtahaiBsta, Vice Presidctt; C T. Utacrvar.
Tararane: . W. rnorck. Porter k1aner.
C. r. nenteeway, J. f.nee U-aa, U.B Edwards,
Hiram Dariiuc. A. S. wnrht. J. Su Keator. L
U. Hnrtvij, C. ritzthum.
IV 1 beoc.y ctartered srlL Bank la Bock
W. C. MAUCKER,
DariBC purchased th
Properly which ks has had teCtted for tea ho
tel bntlncaa. is sow prepared to accom
modate transient (-seeta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reAoouhU pneea.
He la also enlaced la the
at the same plac with a choice Vat of Groceries.
arm prococe n speciaitr.
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