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A FAXCT DRESS BALL.
ATTRACTIVE COSTUMES FOR
r.- Sw'OET.ADS PARTIES.
11 -S iti .-r l'rottj Ooirna in Mliult
si .o,l-l.o kinii lrl AVIU Look
lln!i!somcr Tltiin Ever JUm-i Mane
i: l'aliiou Noi-s. and Uootlp.
all natural born ac
tors, as every one
v!k has vatched
li :n at pie j- and
si i n their fondness
for make believe"
well ktows. There
fore h fancy ball to
Miem is an occasion
of uutol 1 de ight.
On a pate in
Fashion and Fancy
devoted to fancy
sti;nies for child-
n are innunprable
agisvs ions for deck -
:nic out little folk in
;. . i . : .vp There art- ixas-:i!,t-.
:; v.:s. U r ' ssps. (iiotgc Wash-tiit-t
s. M., c. ?.i;utL!i, Uncle Sams,
(diinie s i.t ' Id s Loo', fortune tellers,
flMicinc girls f. ll.es. his Satanic majesty,
inn! v l.Mt dot '1 1 e heioine of the French
li;:y tnle litt'e 1 rinc ss Asses' Skin, w ith
tlii t v M "V.ukt y ars stau.liug erect on her
& ' snn is a witch.
pietty head, is in front, cn the same side
us the iiiiisi. ii.us. near the little clo.vn w ho
is I owing so politely.
Here me several farcy costumes for
grown up people. First, an entrancing
witch whose bodice is of velvet, with
snakts on either side, the sleeves of silk
gauze or tulie. The shirt is also ol velvet,
with gold embroidered snake on tab in
center. The skirt is of sateen, merino,
satin or tilk. stumiwd with a gold design
out in Vandykes, and hung wiih gold balls
or bells. The paiiiers may be of fauzeor
silk. The poised makes firm a cornet
headdress: stake armlets and waud with
A piquant Spanish costume is a combi
nation of black, red and yellow, won
drously becoming to a brunet if tl e hues
are harmonized. Th skirt is of yellow or
black satin, with gold braid. Zouave of
crimscn velveteen, trimmed witt fancy
gold braid, and the spotted gauze sleeves
are edged with gilt buttons.
The Flemish peasant's costume is de
lightfully jUt int. A steel velvet skirt,
with 1 ani's of brown velvet, drapery of
bright brown ctH. mere, brown st ukiegs,
and brow n suede shoes, velveteen bodice
in !ark steel blue, laced with light steel
blue braid. Full sleeves and Iodic e front
of white India m: slin. Stiff muslin skirt-
TIIE JWXTT PIERRETTE.
ilnitinp, i sed very full for the shoulder
frills; atd the Jiead-dress or cap is easily
made at home on a buckram formation
joined down the bac k and ribbon on the
top. This costume is also effective in
tawny pink and olive, or in prim-rose-yellow
"Watteau costumes are becouii ig to a
trim, gia'-e "u! figure, and moreover are
easily ra-ried out. The colorings
shniid b"- pale and dainty, with a bodice
or ve vetet n in a deeper hade.
Tl e better stylo of dress would be a
wkirt of one of the pale-colored "VVatteau
siil s uuilte 1, which are strev n with
groups or buwiiets of Rowers in their nat
1 he bunched tunic should be made in
pi on siii; satin or in pongee. Thu bodice
of a rich grenat color d velveteen or a
moss gn en. Folds of soft pink or white
i i. or chitTou for the fichu tops, find pink
r:b o:i on shoulders and to fasten the
g'.r- es The Watteau hat, with wreaths
of f'ov cr.i. or n combination of pale-blue,
and soit pink and white, is very effective.
Th s costume could also be reproduced with
a pla n skirt of deli ately tinted flowered
Ti e jrunty pien ette pierrette means a
female clown m France w very tunng,
remodu .ed in white satin or sate an, with
Papons of white silk or fur; these latter
triuininr s may be of black.
A dauphin of France is a stately and
A FLEMIsn r-EASAVT.
buckled shoes; knee breeches of black
satin, fastened at the knee with In kles;
powdered wi surmounted by a coronet.
I-'afchlnii i, Footwear.
The latest novelties in footwear dis
count in daiutim-ss ti e fi.mi'd Cinderella
tflipptrand would be valuable treasure
tmve fir the n o lern I'rince Charming to
secure as souvenirs. Tie most remarka
l le are those made of la e, unlined so as
to i evial glimpses of i ken hosa through
the meshes, and instead of being the im
practicable, shapeless affairs oue would
imagine, they are iointed-toed, narrow
littie shoes, holding their shape perfectly
for ih few times they may lie worn. The
mehts of the lace are gold or silver
thread, and its pattern is traced with
strong gold or silver cord. The high,
pointed heels are, of course, finished in
imitation of the metallic thread used in
the lace. 1 hey are designed for the use
of brides and bridemaids, and are to be
wo! n over w hite or cream silk hose.
black shoes with gold tips and heels are
very p!ea.siuir accomnnninientc ti, t.i.i-
- - - - .v. tut; mmft i
and gold dresses so nini-h worn, and an- i
anu oriiUant slipper is of deep
red velvet calf, bordered with a baud of
yellow satin, covered w ith gold galon and
with gilt heels AVith these, stockings of
the si, me peculiar shade of yellow are
worn and the foot thus looks "small. A
cork s;lc si itched with white fiuUhes a
wi ite kid shoe adorned with gold and dia
mond buckles and black heels. A favorite
make has a high Cap coming over the foot
w ith a huge gold buckle iu fiout and LouLs
X V 1 ows of two colors, edged w ith gold
beads, knotted iu circular form, are mm h
1 Lysiciaus have waged such relentless
war on high Leels that they are doomed,
so f. r a boc ts aie concerned, but the
slij per heel is still fearfully and wonder
iuliy made. Their origin, it is said, may
be traced to I'ersia. where in ancient days
their height varied from eighteen inches
to two feet. Many years after a simalar
fashion came in vogue in Venice, its
amusing motif Wing that by this means
jealous husbands thought they would le
nb'e to keep their wives at home. The
supports were ca led "chapineys." and, to
please the jealously protected dames,
v ere made highly ornate. Their differ
ent d. grees ot height determined the rank
of the wearers, the noblest ladies of all
I cing ulloweJ to wear them onn-half a
yard in height.
I-'italiioii In Coal.
The diagona's. baskets, and other hard-fini-h
fabrics, seem to have become by
gones so far as their solid blue or bln.ir
colorings are concerned. They are, how
ever, in the wide-wale rough lack-luster
ellects in the varieties of steel-blue mix
tures still to be prevalent iu suitings.
The acceptation of the dull-finish tex
tures has doue away with much of the
decorative detail of all manner of "cut-aways."
particularly those that have super
seded the Prince Albert coat as the vogue
at morning functions and for formal after
noon wear. The binding or braiding,
either wide or narrow, is deemed out of
idace for the dull finish eoods. and t)i
silk-facing for the lapels is rarely adopted.
j ue material is so mucti more elastic in its
nature, and conserves to the form with
such n better grace that the tailors rrefer
. ....... .. .
to ueai witn it than tne more unyielding
It is mayhap, the absence of these little
touches of decoration save in the close-to-the-edge
stitching for the narrow cord
sewn upon the edge. that has led some
of the more dressily inclined men to find
in velvet a relieving effect. The velvet
collar on the dress-coat is now cmite a
prevailing fact, while it is not an unusual
sight to tiud among swaggering young
men on the alert for every new suggestion,
wearing extra wide velvet collars and
velvet cuffs upon their over coats I con
fiss that I caunot commend the scheme of
velvet cuffs. It got to be, in olden time,
the diagnosis of an impecunious swell, for
the innovation is at the end of the sleeve
where the coat first shows wear.
Setting the Town Crazy!
The girl w ith a skirt that hangs to per
fection, and who can wear her furs superb'-,
is the one who is setting the town
crazy as she walks out of an afternoon.
Any woman can get herself into a straight
hanging skirt. lut it is only the woman
with straight limhs who can carry off that
skirt to graceful perfection. There is
much, too, in the selection of furs. Only
a woman with long slender throat and
nicely rounded chest should muffle herself
in a high collar or Ioa. A woman of flesh
looks as if choking in such a collar, and a
boa gives her the appearance of apoplexy.
The woman who can carry off this season's
furs gracefully is the one who can persuade
her hair to lie fuzzy and frizzy without a
suspicion of its being frowsy.
Mght bono Sachet.
Night gown sachets are easily made and
are a dainty device of the toilet. They
may be in the shape of a fan made of
a succession of creamy lace ruffles and
delicate lavender ribbons and padded with
soft wool with a layer of lavender flowers
and lined with lavender silk. In this
case, which should be of ample size,
several well-folded fresh gowns may be
kept. A flat, square sachet, made of
tufted lavender silk may be more con
venient, though not as fluffy acd as
dalntilr pretty as a fan of lac frills, it is
aslsr to make.
TIIE AUG US, TUESDAY.
should be displayed la baying medi
cine above all things. In selecting s
remedy for any disease, you should ba
positive that it contains nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
o the market leare the patient ia a
much worse condition, than befora
s s s
la purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take It with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure th Ua.
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, 0
THE TRAVELERS' tiClDE.,
CHICAGO, ROCK I9LAMT) Jt PACIFIC RAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
"ft street. C. U bkelton, agent.
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5:50 am I0:M pm
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Limited Veetfbule Ex..
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It :18 am
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way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. K. D. W. Holmes, aeerit.
TRAINS. J-EA!j Aaaivs-
Man and lixprese K:45an 9:0" pu.
St. Paul Express 8:15 pm 11:25 am
i".. A Accommodation. S:iiu;.n 10:10 atu
F' Acron podation 7:35 at? 6:10 pa
not First avenue and TwiTitifth itr.i
8 : 1 u am , 7 rl pm
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4 00 pm t:0 am
Kaat Mali Express....
M06T DIRECT ROUTS TO THE
:East and South East.:
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II. 55 am
7 20 am
& 17 pm
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ar.. Orion., lv
t. Lou s, Mr
. Louisville .
is .48 pm
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10 oil am
ft. 16 am
6 45 am
7 55 pm
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e us pm
7 45 pa
Passenger trains arrlv: sa4 depart from Union
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 6:45
p. m. arrive at Peoria 2 -SO a. m Leave Peoria
7:16 p. m. arrives at Hock Island 1 :05 a. m.
Lv. Rock Island .
11 00 am
" Hoc Island
6.1 1 am 19. M) pm 8.45 pm
7.10 an' 145 pm 4.'5pm
8.05 am H.UO pm 5.a0 pm
Chair car on Fast Express between Rock Islacl
and Peoria in both direction
U. B. SVDLOW, K. 8TOCKH0USB.
Knperintendcut Oen'l Tkt. Aceot.
W'rf ptitTrnnr la ranwd
b Kemal Wvtknrw thin
all ntbvr dtfMaMfi ronibliifd
nd wh. n n'irttcl4Hl iin
diKf tr Ioiiit InralidK.
11 rUKI I'AHTllXKh, tht
wundtrful hom imtromt
1ft turt pure for Vhita
or Lcur4rrliua, lnflitninia
tton, l' I erratum, lainful
Bt.nmm and APTRft inxa. Menitruati4n. IiarrnnHw
nd ail cotuplkunu peculiar U tua.ea. Pwtpaid, 91.
For tale In Rock Inland by Hirtr A Babnpcn,
Third avenue and Twentieth Ptret
That Cares CATARRH, HAY-FEVER, COLD In
the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER,
IMce 1.X. Hut Bottles.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
PREPARED OSII BT
Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Go.
62 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO. ILL.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimick Block. No. 808 soth St.. Rock Island.
Harloe pnrcnated s complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with heart and npaarteunre. and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. K. Red,
ot Chicago, an expert funeral director and em
balmer of 12 years experience, 1 am f ally p re
ared to guarantee satisfaction.
ii- i ar'nu- f.m.i'v xoi
Km'rrl a.,.r t-m
! i-rewriw it and teel
vi (c in reommendiniit
fl tu all i-1..r..r.
A. i pUiNEH. M.D,
ev hr Irua-srSsla.
( L D EMI G
JVA IS THE NAME OF THAT
JLm i .nruin'l ft--" '-' it
$W"f nr wi. .
IVER VJT 1
Pick Ros-Ia-1iesDd relieve aU tbatnnUes Ixh
nit u a Wiloua bUiteo. In ao'ma. ucU u9
ZV.zzuim, Mawv Drow.viaem. lutrrvt rflac
rating. I'ala ia the Si ln, Ac Wh.U thc-tr tacmi
rei&aixai'i suoceas ha boca shova ia cuzlag
37esdMhs, yrt Carter's Little XJvar rfflfl art
eqnally valuable In Coiurtlpatln. ennnx aud pre
Venting thieannojinKrouplaint.wMlathf aJec
corref t all UlaorUL'nt of rheatoiaiw'buuiuUteta
Jiver sad regulate the bowels. Evan Utber only
'Af' s ttey wcrald be almost prixlccn to thnae
Suiivr frm thisLatn?wlng complaint: but fort
(lately tUcirirxMJneMdnes nn.enU brnun J tboae
Wnooncetry tbom will find neee littlo ptltavmlT.
eble Info many wara that tUey will ut be wit.
liSgtoUowiUiouttlaem. But after alialckbe4
fie the bane cf so many lives that here Is where
VnDiakeour grcmi buut. Our plUjcureltwoUe
Others do not.
Carter's Utile Liver Pills are very rmaa aal
vrry eavy to take. One or twe pUla tuakea dowa,
tTnry are at rlctly vegetable and do not gripe or
T-"". mt by their gn tie action plcaee all wh
ucthe IartilaatSScents; OveforlL boU
by tlrugiaU cvur jahers, or sc&t ty mad.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PRiCH
ASK TOUB GROCER FOB IT.
For sa'e by a'l flrt clas Grocery dealer.
John Volk & Co.,
-II anafactnrers of
Sash, Doors, Blind. Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for balldera,
Blghteeoth 8U. bet rhird sod Fonrth sve.,
HENRY C. SCHAFFER,
SOFT AND HARD
Office 1431 Second avenue, corner Fifteenth St.
Telephone No. 10SS.
After 23 years experience to teaching lntni
menul sfoalc, I will promise yoo more theory with
less lessons for the least money of sny teacher ia
under onr tapervtuton. siren each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Made
Books of ni. One-third off of marked price on
bbeet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my innate rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady Pi., Davenport, Is.
alltS. C. A. 8EBKKIK.
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladies Use-Le Dec's Periodical Pill, of Paris,
France: guaranteed to accomplish all that is
claimed for them. To be sued monthly for troubles
peculiar to womea. Foil directions with each
box. 9 per bos or three boxes for ts. Ameiieaa
Pill Co., royalty proprietors, fipeacer, Iowa. The
genuine pill obtained of Ottokedert, Kla street,
Reck Island, Jappa Oa Davenport, aae of au
ST. .--T JT .. .1, ni' 'If ' J
Fretb Fish. White Fish, Cod FUfa.
StLtllz, Snnked Halibut.
Pickled tlrrrioir, Smoked Biosters,
Large Fat Mackerel.
Cannfd Smoked Troa'(
Boneless 8. Mines,
Fanct Bottle Goods
P. Emilun Jt Co. Olives.
Cross & BlackwtU'a Midgeu.
Jenny Lind Sicffed Mtngot-i.
Imported Rid Currsnt Jellj,
IUspberry aad Strawberry Jelly.
Durkee Salad Dressing.
Armour's Eztrsct of Beef.
Pesches, S:rwberrie. :c.
EJatn. Froms de B:ie,
Xeufacbtel, Stp Sago,
Cream and L:mburger.
Wilow. Btnd & WaUcn.
Chase & Sanford's,
High grade Coffees always on band.
Armour's Star Bineless Bscon.
Gilmore's (Isms and Bscon.
Pure Leaf Lard.
Pig's Ftet, Bmclsjs II kiT
. Poultry a! way son band.
Florida Orsrg.-s and L'ao.:s.
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 11CS.
TT ACIl MEXT NOTICE.
STATE OF 1LUNOIS,
Boca IaLasD Cocrrr, '
Id the circuit coon f Rock lolaai couLty. To
J tW'liM A. V l"ll.
Robert C. Jewett. va. Caaaios C. Uartaiaa Sid
at lord y . UartmaB.
l'ohllc cotlce la hrrrby rlrra to the a!4 Ca:c
C. Hart mat, and hanfora T . 1 1 art man. tau a writ
of attarhmrtit taaord out of tbe :r of tbr
clrrsofaild Rock Ialasd coonty circuit cotart.
uau-u me KirEiniiui nay c-r rfasnary A. U.
la the stilt of the said Robert C. Jrvrtt and
asinit the mate of tbe a:d Caiua C. Uarunaa
and tacford F. Qarusao. for Ue rata f Oae
Tbon.aod Fire tlnadred and Frty d"l ar
tffl.ua tan. d' reeled to tbe sbrna'cf Ruck l.laod
county, wbi b aall writ baa beca le'isrced ri-
rcawa; now laerrrort tutu yt, tbe aaid Saa
fcrlF Qanaiaa and (aariae C. lUrin-a aba'l
rraonai.y oe ana appear tNlore tbe aaid Ifott
alaad cottDty circalt coort. oa or brf.ire l tnt
day of tbe orrt trrn rberrof. to be kotdra at the
coort booae to tte city of Bock laUbd. 'a aaid
coaoty.on the frt Monday of Mar A. O. 1-M.
Sire ba:l aad plead 10 tbe raid flaotifl actios,
jolrment wi.l be ea'ered asileat Ton aad la
farorofthe said Kobrrt C. Jcaett. ao much
of tbe property a'Ucbrd aa may be aaffictrat ut
aatiafy tbe ald )i dement aai coat, wi I be su'.d
to aatiafr tbe aame.
Rock I.Iaod. Ill . Jan. ii. Is)l.
GEORGE W. tiAMBLE. Clerk.
JaCKS X A IICRST. I'la stiff a AtUimrTa.
By rlrtoe of an esrentlnn and fee bl!l No. V&S
loed oat of tbe c Wrk'a oKre of tbe clrrait roart
of Rock !atd coonty, to tbe aUte of Mitioia.
and to me directed, whereby I aai commanded to
make tbe amount of a certain ladsmetit recraUy
obtained afainrt Fredertrk M.Bot-rala favor of
Tbe MrCormick Ilanreatlne Vachina rumiae
oat of tbe land, teormeato. g-ooda and chatu-le
m um aaia oeicDaaot. 1 hare levied epoa tbe
Lot three cSi. la block three (Si. la Dlrkao.
Tonne's Sldltion to Milan, former! c mei.
Mill, lo tbe concty of Rock Itland and rateof
Therefore. accordlnf to a!d command I ahallet
roaeforaalestpabUc sactioa all the Mirht 11'.
and lotereat of the abore named. Frederick M.
Hopes. In snd to the above described property, on
Ihoreday, tbetS'h day of rebraary. IMiI.atlt
o'clock a. m . at the north door cf tbe roart boaae
in toe city or nor t laland. la tbe coanty of Rock
laland and state of Illincia. for caak la hard
satiafy aal4 esecotloo aad fee bill.
Dated at Horn lilmod Una ond dav of Feb
ruary. A. 1. 1W1 C. D. OOHlMiN.
Bhanff of Rock laland coantr. Hanoi.
jPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
No'lce la hrrrby ciren to a'l neranra Inter..!
that the city coanrll of tbe ci:v ut lok I.lai-d.
barlnJ ordered that an anJerrrooijd aewer be
conatraetrd comiiu-nclrj at the renter Hie cf the
Intrrarctina of Ninth alrvet tad tbe al'ry between
Flrat and eerond avenues; rano:nr itri,ce aontb
aloes; tbe renter of raid Kicth untl to Fifia
aienoe, acd there connect wiih tbe main riftb
arena aewrr. w lb lateral bratxbea cootr t!t
with raid Ninth s'reet aewrr. lathe c-ei trof tbr
interaertiona of the a Hera between Firat acd
Second and Second ai d Third aveoor rrerw-
lively. The la:rral In tbe a iry betweea rlrat
atl Mreoril aarnaea lo to raat to wl:Lin taraty
feet of the weat Use of Tenth street, and weat
rljrht? feet from tbe weat line of Ninth alrret:
he latir-1 lo the alley between rnocd and
Tblrd areorra, to eo w.at towltbl twenty fet t
of the earl Hoc of F.it'Mh atreet, have app.ied to
thecennty coart of Rock laland county, la ti.e
state of II I 'Ola. for so aeaamrntof the cui'jof
raid itnpmtremrnt iccordiaf to tn tM-fiie; and. am
aaramrLt the-trof Lavtra tM-en made and re
turned to aid court, the final bearine thereon
III be bad at in Man h term of raid court, rota-
mrDcifur oa tbe v:h day ( March. A. D. Irvi.
A II 1 eraor.a derlrirs; may thi n and there appear
and make their d-fto. ,
Uatrd at Hex k l-laod. Hliooia, this 1 Vday of
Febrcary, A. it. Il.
n. r. sh arr r a,
J R JoBBaroa,
J. U. 1LaD.
Coma ieai ooe r.
EaUte of Atdrew E. Jntinjwo. Derraaed.
The anderaiaxed harltir bera Si pointed admia
iatraurta cf tbe estate f ltd rw k. J' btaaw. lata
of tbe coonly of Hock la laud, elaU of lliinosa d
ceaaed. hereby give woe ice that she will appear
before the coonty coart of hock la lac d eoaaty, at
the office of ibe clerk of aald coart, la tbe city of
Rock Ilaa at the Anrll term. on tfca rat him.
day ia April aeit, at w ilea time all peraoa bar.
u uubi anainai aaia eeaut are aouid aaa
re) seated to attend, f or t be parpoee of haviaf the
same aaiaatea. All peraocs Indebted to aaid aa
tat are req seated to saake i cmeduOe paymewt
Dated this Iftib day of F'brmary, A. D.. 181.
HANNAH JQHSSOJ, Admiaiitrairll.
ouvctrifi! vn cirrrrfv
SKILL and SUCCESS
tonic, KtTTDa ii PnTal3 Eissas.
TVNEftVOVS DEEtLJTT. Loot Mia.
ood. failec Memory. E.-t-t.r( Orataeu
Terrible Dreama. Head and Back Athew4e4
tHfJocititid-oi o early dcc vrnii4Caa.
rceaptioonr loaso.ty, treated airauLcali) tiyarw
Slrtbadt wh rrt (n nr uct
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Dr. Claike a full binary 4 tnr rttc lloort,
S to S; Sun4yv 9 to it. Call oa cr addtc as
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St.. CHICACO. ILL.
TO TIIE AFFLICTED!
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aJI write lriauva aad Infirfrtl a oatara
The ncnu CHEMICAL CO.,
189 W3CCk:s $ttll4 HliaAUaXC, WIS.
THE IIOLIKE SAV1N6S BADK
(Ctartel by the Lef.eUrarc of ITIioois.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Open daily from A. M. to I P. M . and oaTeee
day aad hatarday Eai&sa from 1 f
Itttrcet allowed 00 DctpoalU at tbe rate
Of 4 f-er Cc?t ptr Ancm
Dtrposits received ia amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
The private property ef tbe Tmeteee la reepow
S'.bie te the draoatiora. Tbe oSrrre are trohiU
Ud from borrovnnf any of Us Sboaeya. Miaars
sad carried womra protected by rseclal law.
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Tta ftaascs. Vice Frcridtt:; C r. Usssrwar.
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I a. acd OotM'j.
W. C. MADCKEB,
Hartax pa re baaed tbe
Property wtUch be tas aad recued for tbe bo
tel baatoraa, hs stow prrpared to accom
modate traanrct rae4a.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaaoeable price.
He la ilea eafafed la tbe
at the same placa wit a cbelce lot of Groceries.
1 am prod ace a euecialiv-
HORST VON ECECERrirbsrmacist
Facscatrrieas a SracutTT.
Foartli Ar: andTwentv-Third 8t
J. M. BUFORD,
Tie c'd r.re a-d Titartcd Cotnpatlca
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
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