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THE AKGU7S, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 189:
I , , imtv..t-.h!.!i'ln,t lot him know It;
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. ... :r ,,, love's i.'lowins.
, 'i',' iLr v,.i.;..- from viV Wilful know-
I ,., i!m- -'rnl in a lover's pjiSsioTi;
L-i- m.eiiri; words iu true loves
H. li'.'lil clionK fi-oiii soiii; t- lii'art -'OJ-h'lM'iirl
'ki.f' whl l-l' eiirl. beat fist
I, t"li ss' '.'-t notes on tiie bine uir
trt iiibleii. ,. ...
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,.,,,,!. V, .'! ;i liit of i.i i-i o iiiiljf priilt;
ii ! i..! i .::: lli.-t ! iial no nei'il fu
k ui s.-ii; (!' " ''I'.'iM L'ortiors or in
f iMi ('' ' ' r eiv ii"i sim:e "iier ii:iun:iii
. c-.i.- ''! ''' ,!,!St week to do i Ucir
.(.: 'I ' -'"' Hannah, had an
II. t l!
who Imd the vs hoK. Miiuniec
, i.. i. .'..r 11 few 'liiy- "
vir-. tin. .in -ii siiook her lare vkirta
?.r: ...sit- titturiitively .speaking, of
,uv,i, ln-r u'itnueiH.suiways ecapuU the
.mr l -"ine ine'ies.
M.-e!iin; wi.s Imnllj over the next day
,.ivr,- itiiiiii.'ai whs interviewed aa to her
tii-i'!i' : trip, and the iHiiies who Were not,
rei-Mit in tiie iiiornin iulervic-wed lier in
,t iv. n.!i en t le; subject. They were so
Liuienm- ti.eii and kept her so lonsj, that
,rr- i)...Miini;. waiting impatiently for
.., i :.' !.-, concluded she had gone out
bi t i ' iiixr oa purpose to cut him, and
vi.i.i lnnne wita another girl. His
,i..i. . 'Alio hal net been oil speaking
-niov . ii M:-. (iuodrich .since ttiiit good
f'.j i:. : me remarks on the si renirth
1" ' Tier .iis. Oowtiiux liroiiiht to
. i:hi:V.hii iii-t. winter, let
-:. . . v.!:e:i he ot ijon.e of Han-
.f - . i r-ie-l trip, and (tui."retel that r.
. .i . - . liiia't htiy i.i r t inier ii:-es at
i ' . -. i. iu ii.u.-t i.- to Xe.v York for
.' - ' ;'ii" lo I." a f'iriiier's wife.
... i-ed in il. s;...u-, v.nila 1 lilll
, . . ... i.erseif to si : p, woiuier
. . i. 1 have oei-ude 1 hi III.
. ' ' iii-oti, v. ,.en ( -i tn in
- ' i., i l.iaii.-i !; v.'.is iik re t hii'i
i , M'-'-. 1 ',eA niii in I hi? sit-
. : r I -r mith-r. A thf? vi-i..r
i". t'.u-ir !:'e,:-e fur a year,
S ; . T I; a t I i ire . if i; f :;rv-
aiid -"' ' e i I.i r aeeord.
' ' - !:i"ii n h i'e hy hi r ino-
- .i.i, a,':'! k:.it i.i fniiOiislv
- ' ' .. i .li. iy v. ere harefooteu aa l
' - ' --.1':. fi .to .ii-ri j . ho'.vevor,
i l)ov.'nin t here today,
i . ' ,, i !:.,-. .un iu h disiant Jiehl, aud
i ' ' i.is mot het-V l iill. After
'm:"!. I.i-L ni'ht iilxuit, Han
' ,; ii,i.' loiir. she had thought
; : ' I.. - n r-ret. Irom hiru.
1 1 1 IP'.: ,r ni:i,'' she oe.--.n,
'' i-ti-i and epeetnnt, '.vius
' i i een :;.,. ii to Ia.ike's t-i
i -..r.-s, aiei I h;,t t here wa'n't
1 '' - i 'i ;i!il I'll II. V b.tl k.v
i -i.iiiL.!' Juiiii.i.ii a.-seiitefl
. i:. .!.. i i .v-'.v Vi.i k lor our
i 1 W!
; vn::r ma
'! are , i; t o tuvn and
i-'jiii.; o-ie more ilre.-s
' ii li: .ie ! ro.iliie to you."
' v w.-.i-iirohe fur Jerry's
I ! i. .v.- lie n a cieiiirhi!
''"'' .'i pleasure:' Hum, ah
' ie i nio; iier'.s (ma n.
' ; I'1 ;'.,n l;ii:r;;io 1 trot t hrep
' .Mr-. Dowi.in went,
ear i vc h:id out of it just heats
"iu i s;t;!y wherever I went.
- y "iii' ma I i.at 1 oi.'In't, know
:, '.-i in i r ,-r t nan to have au-
' : ' : it. .i'- Vi.ii won't mind
:'!'i.-if ifitk iiro-.vn merino
' "' ' '-..'v teh!- a yard or yoa
- i.i-ii a- .'i''ht.liv I'd" he
'' ' ' '"id v.i.l r., tlt. hauie hy
'i'"'.'; ii' i-i'.iii it:" cried Hui.nah, tak-
- ' '' :..; i and adding ' t he sinail
' '" i ''1-' fau.ily list.
' fii.ht." added Mrs.
' ' ..I...... ,: w;;;." Il.-mniih laughed.
; ',; :- ' -:.. l.nxy
' i'l'ii'i ,ri.u:-,l,,y to Ajunday only. I
" 1 ' n... -eho.ji longer."
; ' ..' "'' i, iiieii, Aiomhiy night
''i. il. I i.iu-l .-ay." Mrs. tioodricli hurst
";"';'w 1 "' cioxi-d after Mrs. Down-
- '' - -m. itii,.! i ne idea of her ask
1:1 'iti lo la-nuns, up from the oityfor
' 1 in iu t yive i.r H!V orieouriitrernoiit
"Hen -:,e .-,,oke loiue auoiu it. I ciin teii
"' hi. 1.,: iier. I woiihin'i r-Tuse for the
;''"'. liann.di returned. -lio-.v could
J' i v..-,, over. 'dr.,. Goodrieh was w.uih
.""'"" Hannah was. I'.ryina them,
f!'- ior was uncer. moni-
i-ly i,; i,ei. A tali, traiua woman, wilu
''ii.noiiHiini; air.n- il she were at the
t.el "i KliM.r.i.-r:y f-iment. marched in.
' w:i.s Mrs. .looie.
'I v.;i, ,;,, u (1J-n i ti-'s," she
I l ii.. v,.;h,.u:. a M,i:.!i preimleof a trreet
' ""' !'-rl " '" an a l"v inimite.-'
"' s,!" ,v- n.ethat Hannah was
i-i.ill t., . Ll;y , W,.,.K."
, ":i 'ir-i.iy ." i la ii naii answered.
" uo'.v.i: '
1 i.'i.n't !., i:.. f.,r;l ..... M.lrv sl,(H
r t.i i: -i Li.ai.iiiai.the.-'s, and there
' ' i" li'tm tf it Moore's cupper.
- .-iis .-i.y.n yon wa fun, to
i h.-owii t,:, r -imer."
t . I-'; 1
:;'! he u.. trouble, y- you're
il I'ia'jk lllereeher. too.
"i ' V HtV
II .iinaii's smile w;i
lioin t, i"
11 .v l,.;,g v,
"ci. .M.. : ,v."
1 .1 ' -1:1.1 Monday evenin with the
'a-j-y. hu ;;u git me. seventy cent
Mi, . 1, ,j w,,h iw i;uie ceremony as
Ma i,,i i entered.
' 1 told you so-I told vou so," said Mrs.
vieou: ,ci:, ati sue lighted a caudle and weut
dovu tuar wuh the milk. "Ef yoa do
fur one you'll have to U. fur the whole
Mis'? Rroivn, the dressnrnker, dropped in
a little later.
''I heerd only just now that you're ftoin
to York," she said us if tj apologize for
not coining soouer, "and tl at you're goin
to : some things for Mis' Downing?"
"Yes, a dress," Hannah returned, while
her mother gave a tremenr.ous ''Ahem."
"So I heerd. I don't g ;t to York very
often myself, and I'm afraid I'm getting
a little behind the fashions. It don't pay,
you know, for me to get Ix hind," she sim
pered. Miss Brown was more noted for
he- simpers than- for the correct nes.s of
Of course not.
"tfo I made bold to step 'round and ask
you, as you're goin to t he city auyway,
an wiil he loo km at the fashions, to just
give a iook lur me."
"I shall certainly study the fashions well
for my own benefit."
"I can't say exactly how many patterns
I'd like you to buy me."
"Oh, you want me to huy patterns, do
you?" Hannah asked qu.ckly. She was
one of the mo-t ouliicinj; k rls in the world,
but this sort of thing was becoming mo
notonous. "As Ions; as you're in ihe city, an goin
right by the fashion stores I s'pose it won't
he no trouolo for you to st -p in and buy a
pattern or so You can g -t whatever you
think is pretty some sacks, bodies anil
skirts, aud so on. You c m teil better'n I
can when you see 'em. Y'ou might get
about live dollars' worth. I think it'll pay
me. I'll let you have the money when you
know how much it is, or I'll sew it out "
Yhilc II iinuah was silently making u
note of this Mrs. Dobhs, t icir next neigh
bor, eaiue iu.
"I'reity neighbors yon are," was her
greeting. '-Pretty ueish lors! 'Melie she
just come up from the store. "Ma,
she, 'what do yer think? Hannah Good
rich is going to the city a-Thursdav a-
shoppiu, an Ls going to (..et Mis' Downing
a cress. 1 wonder it she wouldn't buy me
a felt hat. I'm sick an tired o' Mis' Mil
ler's hats!' "Of course he would,' sez I.
'A pretty neighbor si e'd be ef she
"Why, certainly," said HaunaU, trying
to call up a smile. It was only the ghost
of one that responded, however. "What
kind of a hat will Amelia want?"
"She's goin to leave that to your judg
ment. Somethin pretty aud dressy and
stylish, and that'll be leiomin to you "
Hannah wasdurk, with delicate features,
and very pretty; Ameiia was light, with
course features, and hom !.
'She's willing to go as high as five dol
lars," Mrs. roil)s went on. "S;iil, ef you
don't have to spend so much she'll be
tickled. Looking aroun 1 a leetle and not
taking the fu-t tiling rial's oliered, you
kin sometimes save us inncli as hfiy
The school where Hat n:ih vainly strove
each day to make t h AN i ha:n youth kara
el wis sonic lii.-lam e from her home and
she took her luncheon w it h her. lie had
ju-t -el tied down lo it t h nfvt noon, when
a delicate, wit herod lo,,ki hmg ago come
ly woman entered the n t:i.
Hannah greete.l her.i:h her uufai'.itr;
pi'iilei.e.-s, hoping against hoiie, that .-he
Irtd not heai'ii o;' ; ! i
M;',, f.iiion won
1 I rip.
j down. She
h.i.l I'liiiiiVtrniiiy for .a
ju-r heard ti .:; morn;
lil.il Was go;;, ; on Ti.
and wanted to knev if
ing to do I he lea-i. Int.
moment. She had
i i: t h.at Mi-s Ciooti
ir il.iy to the city,
she would be V. iii
! an errand there.
Woi.id siie Ii,- -o kind?
t ! coi.vse i i .i ii ti :i ii cm id not say no. ami
Mrs. (iiiiou chose to o nsidtr her embar
rassed silence an s-e;.t and to.,k Iroia a
bag three pie -es of .-iiu idiie. yeilow iinil
green, i ll peculiar .-ha les. Would Miss
tloo.irieii he so kind iis o match them in
zephyrs? Siie hud vai a!.- tri-d here and in
adjacent town- to do -o, l.at then you
never could get unyi h ng outside of I iie
city, .and y.ai con Id get every i hi ng there.
Would Miss Goodrich I so kind as to yet
a half a pound of each?
The very snail! item f matching three
peculiar shade of silk was added uj Han
See v.'.i- sewing that i vening when Mr.-,
dark, the pny.-e ian's w ii'e, came in. This
lady was wed oh", ores-y, h.:t eeoieimicu
and very fusv. Ail William knew that
she was hard to pl.n;,-. She would not
burden Mi-s Goodrich ir anything, she
began, if .-he could po. -i'niy lind time to
go herself t o t lie ( it y. o if .-he could get
what she wanted in Wtham. She had a
piece of brown plaid wl ich .-he would like
matched; wouid Mi-s tioodru h he so kind
as to get the -iiuie tjUi.I ly c.;ie 'y and t lie
same pat tern? See? Tin-re was that line
stripe Hid she notice ti, a; :- Ii was bought
three j ears .vgo Mrs. Clark did iioj, re
member now whether it was in Xcw Yolk
or Philadelphia: she ii. d paid a dollar a
yard f ir it, and she would like six y.arii
more. Mrs. Green from the 'orn' :, Mrs. Drake
from the t enter, Mr-;. Williams from
North William. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Jones.
Mrs. Cole,o!ie after tlieo! her, wire ushered
into the silting roam and begge l to have a
piece of goods matt he 1 or something big
or little bought in 1 he city. They always
knew it would be no t n ubie for her its long
as she was buying for icrseif, and not one
offered to inlvance the money for the pur
chiise. After supper on Wednesday evening
Hanni.h wrote out her list in full. She
was studying it, a littl; amused and very
much vexed, when her mot iier entered.
"Ma, I've been couut ng up," sue said.
"The things I am requested by the neigh
bors to buy amount, al a rough guess to
i 1-u. They would easi villi three trunks,
mid the work of hunti: g for thc.ni would
occupy me at iea-t four days. Not one has
offered a cent iu udvnn -e or the money to
pay expre-ssage. I huv just eighty dollars
and two days to spend in the city."'
'I told you so I r do you so.''
"What'ciiul.i I do? I should ha.e of
fended every one of tin in if I had put tua
case to them as it i-.''
"W;iai, what air you going t odo? Yoti're
in for it. you see."
"I'm not going that's what 1'il do about
it. We'll buy our wiut '.r dresses al; Blake's
as the rest of Wit ha n wi'.l f r ail me.
The next time 1 make up my mind to go
to New York not a .-oil i.i Wiranm wi.l
know- it IU I am g :ie. ii" y.iit piea-e, jna "
Mrs. Goodrich did f '.e.is '. Wlu u Il,;ii
nah went eariy the i;i : t spring eveu .".Ira.
Iiowning was not to. 1 t.iii the lie-t mo
ment, and liieu it v. as beaau.ie Hannah
chaiigeii her name to llifftiiiis th day she
went, and was us p; 'a-ed as b ion;, ci
cour.-e to und. r; al, e ;: :iy coinmii-oious for
ln Much Niter Ilul'lnfiil.
To stiiiiiila'.e 1 he k dncys to greater ac
tivity from on? iii.il l one leu-pootoui of
tn,.,t vin itv , f ecie t rooerlv il.luterl. 111:. V
j be given every three or four hours uuiil
two or three 1. ise- have beta taken, ihe
cuntinued use o.' this agent, not with-! and
ing its simple char;i :ler, is likely to do
harm. Hall's Journa, of Health.
SUITS FOR LITTLE BOYS.
Sbirts of Soft Silk and Jackets and Coats
of White Washing Corduroy.
The attention of mothers who desire pic
turesque costumes for their little boys is
attracted to the soft silk shirts, with tiny
frills carried around the collar and down
the front, worn with a jacket made of
white corduroy. Such jackets are general
ly made with revere. They look well also
in navy blue with a re d striped jacket, or
in white corduroy with a pale blue blouse
and white frills. In the accompanying cut
is show n a charming little suit, of white
SUIT IN HOMKSI'ITX SfIT IS WHITE COIJUT-
washing conluroy, suitable for a boy from
three to six 5-ears old. The loose coat is
worn over a full shirt of pale blue surah,
with large collar aud frills of cream col
ored silk. The lancer suit represented by
the larger figure in the same cut is made
in fawn colored homespun. The trousers
are confined nt the knee with three but
tons. The double breasted jacket is con
fined about the waist with a broad belt.
A picturesque outdoor garment is a little
white conluroy coat failing full from the
shoulders to the hem of the skirt, the full
cess headed by a deep frill on the shoulders
composed nt the throat of Irish point lace.
A white felt tricorn hat trimmed with
three pompons is liecomingly worn with
the white coats. Double breasted coats of
white plush are also seen, and these also
clean well. Nothing is so becoming or so
well worn for little children as white, and
white cloth, white velvet and white felt
hats are alike trimmed with leaver a
The Iliver.-ity In S'ilks.
There is a creat diversity in the silk
fabrics t ii is season, and iu many of these
the i i"ii is moire. Mo-t of ti e silks have
satin stripes introduced of different widths
and of intermixed colorings. A new do
sign has shaded stripes about an inch wide,
in two or three tones on a white or black
ground, and sometimes shot. Five r.iusit
lines, each of a diiVerent color, are another
feature, aud one of the new shades is the
chin;! blue. In brocades the Louis Q;iin;:e
patterns, with huge shells, cut of which
!lowt".x seem to pour, are taking the place
of bows, and are rat iu r newer than li.e
baskets. Such patterns appear on black
grounds in one uniform color, such as old
rose or heii.ti'o;R'. For bridal gowns largo
satin knots app'.ir 0:1 a pea u de soie
ground, aud a buhl and beautiful pattern
in bridal brocade shows a large Louis XV
basket, with oats, roses and marguerites;
but w idle moire will le worn for wed
diiiL's, striped with Kit in. Black moires of
a similar make ae striped with colors.
Some han.Nmnc silks have large tassels
brocaded iu white on yellow, forming a
part of a hau.lsouie Spani-h frin .; brocaded
(in the material. Tho-e who want a really
useful black gown should take advantage
of some pretty brocaded satin in several
j patterns. The brocaded velvets ou silk and
1 satin grot::i Is are ncarlvn!! in geometric
styles or i:;'!ou - iy waved, like the ripplus
1 lelt hy the ocean on the sand.
Kvcning blouses couldn't b.. prettier.
1 ncy are made ot sio; muslin, crepe tie
chine, or emlivoiderc l g;:u;:e in inconceiv
ably lovely colors. Some are soft silk and
; lace, with a co! iv 1 ribbon twisted twice
I around the w::-t and knotted in front. A
i pretty bodice, mad? to fit outside the dress,
is pale blue surah with t-.uic sleeves and
a g.iire rr;;i 1
It is cut in a
'round the link and basque.
in front and arranged in
Another is white surah.
PJ.OfKK I?: StTS.VIl SII.K.
scribed, w ith scalloped frills of pink em
broidered gauze. It has long sleeves,
trimmed nil the wry tip with gauze. One
that is both substantial and pretty is of
black surah with a trimming of tiny black
feathers around the neck, and short sleeves.
In thep.ccotnpanying illustration is shown
nil attractive blouse in surah silk, the
I trimmings of which consist of kiiting of
the same around the neck, and cibow
Tlie laiose I;ick Coat.
The latc-t thing in outdixir attire only
uitrafiL-hiouahie women are wearing it
yet, but it will be the rage presently is
the loose back coat. I11 shape it is almost
the same na a man's covert coat, with a
pocket ou each side fur the hands, a rolled
ever cellar, am! large pearl buttons at the
side. It is u.-t'.titly made of box riot!;,
serge, or velvet, lined wirh silk to match,
I ne I reiicu qui vive 1 iio goes I'lcre") is
the challenge of a Freuch st ni.inel. To 1
on the qui vivo means to be ou the alert;
to lie quick aud sharp: to be on the tiptoe
i of expectation, like a sentinel on guard.
way as the one ue-
1111 V'Vitt '
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p.id bsrU. Stiff r. rs from Li Grippe
found ii just the thing atd under its use
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a Sfctnple bottle at our expense and learn
for f ourpelf JUAt ho good a tiling it is.
Trial boules free at Hrtz & Bnhnseii'-,
drug store. Lmsje siz- 50c at.d St.
8 II. Clifford. N-w Caspel, Wi9 , ws
troubhd with netirilcia aud rheuiratism.
u s btomtcn whs disordered, his liver ws
xfficttii to an hlMinitig degree, appetite
fell awny, and be ws terribly reduced
; fl sh nd strergth. Three bottles of
El otno. Biitcrs cured him,
Eiwhrd Shtpuerd, Hnriisburer, 111 ,had
a runnir.g tote on h;s ! of eight years'
standing. Used thtee bottles f Eeciric
Bitters and sevi n boxes of B.ickk-n s
Arnica Silve, and bis lee is sound and
well. John Speaker. Calawbi. Ohio, hid
five large fever sores oa his let;, doctor
said he was incurible. O-.e bottle E'.er
ric Bitrnrs anl one b .x B icblcn's Arnica
"slve cured him cniin-Iy. Sold by
Hanz & Bahnsen, dtua store.
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The Scott Medical Institute
which has just closed its work
of free treatment has
been a success.so far as can be
proved by the numbers of
aiiiicted people who have
thronged the Institute daily,
many of whom found relief
after the first treatment. This
is a medical institute cominji;
to our city well recommended,
the physicians having" received
their diplomas from the best
medical colleges in the United
States as wed as in foreign
countries, and it has come to
stay as can be proved by the
contracts they have made
which are without exception by
the year. The physicians have
decided to place the price of
treatment within the reach of
the poor as well as the rich.
They treat all diseases with
marked success with their
Catarrh Diseases of Wonian
These physicians also guar
antee to stop any pain in the
body in from three to five min
utes without the use of medi
cine. Remember it costs noth
ing to see these doctors and
find out what your troubles
are, and if you can be cured
they will take your case, but if
you can't, then they will tell
you so. No matter what your
sickness is, go and get relieved
or find out if you can be cured.
Catarrh, they guarantee to
cure no matter how longstand
ing. Those pronounced in
curable or who had doctored
for months with their family
physician, arc especially in
vited. It does not take months
to cure any case nor weeks
Office 023 Main Street, Dav
enport. Office hours, o to 1 1 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 io q p. m.
Same hours Sundav.
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THE NEXT MORNING I FT EL PR'C-HT ND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Iy rtix'tprsays ft net; irrnl'r on ti rtorach, Itrrr
and ti'ftfif -ys. unrt :sa f-'-'asant laut'rp. This flriT'lt
i; inaUe frim li -rp, unci is pieparnd. for u; as eabily
tu leu. il ifCUl
AH drriTtcrt- sell it at &V. ar.d :l.ou per parkas.
Pay one to-dav. I nic'i Kun-ilv M. d rinr movr
th tmivrls f acb day. Iu cnicr Uj hts Uv.iiii)t tlu
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ILL ROCPflS NiEP ST:
EVERY HOUSEWIFE WANTS IT. 1
Billiard Parlor d Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. CCONNOR-, Proprietors. TO. H. CATTON.
JT. M. CHRISTY,
For snip in HocU inland bv Hart 2
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AL LfcTindry Wcri done on Fhcrt notice.
A Bptcilty of I.'rotf r-kiri!.
Prices as Low as th Lo c si.
Tr. Kenit-on'B K I ab e tcmedy. Karroue e.erj
wMire (snjof? tbe ladle at pa'e, prompt and
effectual The orieinal woman's $altUion. fi.tr
d'reel, fea'.td : itifurniation free. Addrtsf
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FALL AND WINTER STOCK
nil iti " n
Reprepcnt. a-ionir other i'ne-tnel ai.Q wel
tEown Firt Insurance Corrrmtta );e folicwirif :
Royal Irjnrr.nrcCo!nr.&r.y. of Er.pivid.
w ecb ftct Fire la. Coir.t.:-.v of N . Y.
butfnio (tcriaan In. Co.. Birttnlo. N. Y.
Kochis;er Oerman In u., it, ri.nsttr, ti. Y.
Citinxs !i:s. Co., .f Hutf-ttnrpa, Pa.
Fna Fire Office. London.
Ction in?. .o..of t. ;.:'f..:n.'.a.
Secarity Ir.e. C'fi.. tot i i", C--' n.
vit.ii.k..o Ircrtant's Ik.Ol, M " s:kn , Wig
Germi.ri l im Inn. ...,. f fwm, lii.
03ce Cor. lSth St., am? fc'. rccd Ae.
ROCK T'lJ.ArV'. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time tried C'cui auits
Losses Promptly Paid.
Ka:e? e lwa ar.y reliable compai y can uEord.
Your Patroiif t;e i- t'ulxi'rd.
Uw Stock insurance Co.
InsiirvK live stack agaiiut di ath from acc'.cci t
or dieoue. For rates apj ly to
ED. LIEBEKKXECHT. Ajrent.
1712 Scowd arenne. IiocTe Iflr.nd,
Tiie Rock Island
Is th.3 bast medium throueh
which, to reach th-3 country trada.
AdTertiser3 should have their
armounceraents.ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
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