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jONKSGIVES A BALL '
SD INSTANCE OF THE ABUSE OF
THE POWER OF THE PRESS
II,. '' AiIvt-rtUiT unit Ilot'milfd
,,, S" - Why ill Social Uoiiifrs Wrre Nol
t'titt!i'l Kriniti)ii u Mm'li its
Tlio-"' "I Otliri-s Who liil Not l'y.
Join-". having liy veiirwof liil in.if economy
aM, n li -tt il !!H,itnne"s towanl lii -m-.iiovn'-
jirquirvil a fomfortiililf fori lino,
.i..,'n.'l.t it iilioiit t i Tin- tliat lie liei;Hii to on-
l.rt.iMi siiiiii'wliiit. This idoii iliil not j
si,rin',' I'.t all from li desire to j;ivo ileasiirt
l,i hi-, iii Ciualntanoes, hut from the wish tf.
ni irry ili hi (la'lirliters into-ivHl society,
ami o K1'1 '''1 "f t'"-' "'Ifleti of siljipurtiir.;
ih. in. I'l-im.: or a tlintty and lnu;:il
nature, lie ilid not propose to waste any
.i.iii v on these enter'.aitiinelits, hut deter
iiMii'-ci to make every dollar tell. There-
( ,iiv. on t lie 'noniiiii; ot intMiay iMioro me
on uliic'i his llrsi dancing party whs to
ci.nii' oil. tie Mi jipi'ii u;c iimor hi a papei
li I'ave ( (ii!sii!eral)le space to fashion-
!i ;.!V i;s, w horn he n;et in t hi .street and
keen -m lii'.y. After Kreetifi I'lin cor-
iii. 1 1 : v .inn n-i.m' aiier ins neauii anil
in l it . cc srtiti;
Hy I lie liy. w e're Koitii; to have a .Inure
iiti at oiir house tomorrow nitclit. A lot of
f .i-l:i"i!al.'!e peojih' invited, etc. These
I ivt.lii ieso!' soi-ial life eost money, luydear
i-ir. hut we hrveto have them. 1 suppose,
or v.'e voii!d not he in the swim, eh?"
"I suppose so,'' replied the editor. v it li a
quiet s;ni le. "I SimmI lay." and hi- passeil on.
.K lu s ,Hil not looU as if that was the
reply l:e exjieeteil. Next mornim.' he called
on the editor. "Look here," he -:U. "'I just
dropped in to suy that I hope you did not
misunderstand my yesterday when 1 spoke
to you on the street about the hull up at
our house tonight. It oe. urred to me
iifterv ard that you iniht tliink I wanted
you to mention it in your paier."
"h, not at all." .siiid the editor dryly.
"Well. I was iifraid you miht, so 1
thought I'd just run up here ami ask you
not to make u spread over it."
The editor promised lie would not.
vi:i:y ii ah tasti:.
"Ileoaiise I think it very bad taste in
deed for people to try and force themselves
into society through the newspapers,"
The editor agreed with him cordially.
"Although, of course," continued .Jones.
since you have been so agreeable about it
1 don't oli.ie' t to you having the news. It
will he what you call a 'scoop' on the othei
pipers. None of t hem shall hearol 'it. Hut
u. o uts. you know, or any r him; like that, for
i il-in't suppose, after all, that it does any
li.irui to he mcnrioucd alunyM-'k' the Van
i!. :iiilts. the l.orillards, etc. Lets people
knew in a modest way that vou are in it
"It does," assented the editor.
The social world is much like the liusj
p uerld in some respects," said Jones.
"A man to succeed in either must keep his
II ..me before it. 1 suppose."
"I'ertainly." answered the editor.
-Now. somcthiui; like this. I dare s;iy,
v ml:! do no harm." unit he handed the
e; -. ! a typ:- written sheet which read an
f lr .vs: "Mr. James lie t'ourcey Jones,
that popular leader amoiiL; the 400, gave a
reherehe etitt rtaiunietit at bis palatial
ividcii. e just oil" 1'iftli avi tiite Ir.st niirlit.
I'l . m. i .-ni licence of the decorations, t ho
.-.!ii. -nif the collation anil the select
ti.-- ( 'Me company have not, in our judsi
mrtr.. In a surpassed by anything this sea-
Ti;e cditcr smiled more broadly than be
f :- jii.il handed to Mr. Jones a little card
i- :iriii the paper's advertising rates.
Mi. .Inn. glanced at the card, clumped
C'linr. p:i tendeil not to know what was
i1 nit. ::iid bowed himself out. Then he
n: stiaii;lit to his iulvertisiiii; nueiit.
M'TICKI) AT LAST.
"Look here," he said gruffly, "you've
s;r at a irood deal of my money 1111 The
Howler; see if you can't j;et something
cm ..i t liem for me now. If they won't do
ii"-this little favor, just let them uiider
t.n,d . dearly that my 'ad' ill The Hule
v. ui in- doubled and the mu in The Howlei
iti'-' li d alto.ni thcr. I'm Koim; to haven
'ill at my house totiinlit and I miess it's
y-iA u well worth the paper's time to note-
it as it js to write lip the balls of (no-p:-
wiio never advertise a cent's worth,''
:.d he slammed t he door as he stalked out.
The crafty advertising iwnt, anxious to
'.'-.is- mi ucukI a customer, w ent otl to tht
1 i per and. carefully uvoidiliK the editor,
j;-''. in his tine work at the business end.
ii.'- result was that next day there ap
!' ! i! in the paper t he following: "J. I).
" i. i s L'ave u dance last ninht at. his house
in tit - y fourth street."
A- Jones wns comini; down town that
tii-'.-iiii.i: in the street car he was accosted
1 ' an old business friend, who exclaimed
"ii'-lio. Jones, you're ;ettini; to lie a social
ii-'ht. eh!' 1 see an account of your bull
i --t ni.'ht in The Howler this morniny;."
""'lint's that, what's that ?" exclaimed
.Iutii-. "The Howler meddliiif; in my uf-fin-:
Confound its impertinence. Why
t a man's private life be left inviolate
in ;!.is city? How did they net ,,r to the
f" i. I wonder? Their indefatigable in
da-try is only e(iialed by their cold gall.
1 li pi down there today ami itive that ed
it. .r a piece of my mind. If there is any
t.iiii," I detest, it's having one's name noised
"" Ut in the papers. It's so common:"
N-w York Tribune.
1 1"- average wuiuht of the locomotive en
lines, a, m. no the standard roads
i-ft.nn twenty -live to thirty-five tons. As
j"1 'Jiiiotives tire now built, says one author
'''. iinyt hiiiK above thirty-live tons would
,'- "tisiilered heavy, although there lmv
'"-.ii lo omotives built weighing seventy
tnu- The cobt of a locomotive for th
t iiidar.l iniae roads, ur-eording to the au
tlmrity ipioted, is alxiut 10,."iW. It is uhu
!ly (otuputiHl by railroad nieu thut it
w'-ii:lit and cist the locomotives on tht
ii irmw i;u;u;e road ur! from oue-third tc
'' ii.ilf less thun those of the standard
:Mis. be 1'retty Horrors! Thut woniat
just iiasned is n youug man in di
UiislMiid Well: well! How do you
Miv De Pretty She looked at my face
"i-.tead of my dress. New York Weekly.
rt.e Kovernments of Kurope liuve long
'"''Li purchasing anil weighiiiK horseH fot
tt'i- military service and trtuisferrinx thern
'"'iii carriii(;e or draft employment to tht
prions branches of the cavalry und urtil
lory. The animals are ordinarily assigned
X'-' ordiuo to weight.
A tiny Kirl f oi. yenrs, when nured
''' lied her to In- washed for dinner, ex1
''limed. "Oh, dear! there is no yest for the
It i preparation which piles the wood
nJ lays the Bacriflce, and then the cele
tlal Are may perchance dencenrt.
Neuralgia of the Temper,
"I cannot understand," a sensible woman
renmrked to her companion, as they left
the house lifter calling cr a semi-invalid
friend, "why it is tl at iJtttle's neuralgia
seems always to gota her temiK-r. I know
of a number of pers ns who suffer in this
way ami who are at least tolerable to get
atom; wit h; but Mat tie is alwolutely unen
durable when she hi s one of her neuralgic
ut tucks. 1 don't flunk she suffers any
more than many otl t rs whom I know, hut
she docs make th most dreadful fuss
"I think that it is as necessary to edu
cate oneself to bear ain as to do anything
else in the world. The barbarian is in
many cases n stoic o far as pain is con
cerned simply becai se he is taught that to
howl or cry or make any exhibition of his
feel itv;s w hen he is hurt is weakness. It
is said that people are much less likely to
lie if they make :. fcreat outcry than if
they grimly awl sil-idly bear their pain.
If mukiiii; au inlo is of any avail, 1 fancy
poor Mat tie may couie to be immortal, for
she makes more f iss over iicuraltriu, or,
indeed, of pain of any sort, than any per
son I ever knew; ; ml she is undeniably
it'dy. indeed viciom. under such circum
stances. She sveiiK to delight in punis'i
iic' t he i hil Lvii or crossing the maids or
m.":i!s rs of the family ia ever,' way possi
ble." "it seems a pity t '.iat any one who can be
as .-livable as .M.i;;ie is w hen she is well
should allow herself to lie ho unspeakably
disagree.'ibl'.- when sick: ami everylwdy
about her is iriie.viti v.o tireil of it. I think
that. If she keeps 0:1. s'ne will lose niiiehof
the aiVcc! ion and ri-spcct of her family t;nd
friends, linu-s without saying that ncu-ri-.htia
is ve-y hant to lienr: but 1 believe,
and 1 think most :iti Higeut persons will
iigrce wi'.li ii. . the.- the iK-rvesnnd temper
may be lo a :.lvat extent controlled, or, at
least, th'-y sl.oi Id 1 ot Ih- allowed to get the
i:picr hrnd to sitcli an extent as to destroy
tin- l.;.ppiness of i ll entire household."
New 1 ork Ledger.
The Attractive Yonm; Wiimua.
The "ill that nui ;es an iit tr;ict ive woman
is not easily pick 'd out from among her
fellows. There i:re standards nnd iileiils;
but we will waive ; il the standards and let
this matter lie decided by the great majcr
ity. The masses must determine the sort
of woman t !.i;t pleases the greatest number.
She may or may not be low voiced, in
tellectual or lieai ti I'll 1. She must, how
ever, he genuine, natural and womanly. If
she screams at the sight of a mouse, or
shudders upon encountering a snake, that
or any oth. r aclioi. that indicates reliance
uHiu mankind makes her all the more
attract ive to the st rung sex.
Dr. Holland's idea was not. wide of the
mark, lie admits that "a pure, beautiful,
intelligent i.nd veil bred woman is the
most attractive object i:: t he world." The
doctor e.i!ct-.-d too much. Uiven the first,
any one of the ot hi r three re(iii-;iTcs may
lie id-sent uii.l the woman lie a universal
favorite. The assumption that a winning,
lovely womanhood may succeed a slovenly,
uuilis -iplined girll :m:1 is erroneous. A dis
ingenuous, l.e-iru or hoydenish girlhood
may prove ti c ton idaliou lor a character
and structure- tha w ill make lasting ad
mirers and friends. The surface indica
tions mislead. A i'ree. outspoken, ofLand
ed -A;rl is often referred to as light and
aimless. " '
Some girls of this pattern are so discern
ing, possess, so lunch native independence
and force of character that they deliberate
ly cultivate the re iittalion of t heir severest
critics measure for them, and when the
times iu-rive, sudd -niy demonstrate to .-.ii
the world their ability to assert und main
tain their position with dignity. These
clever girl-; alw ays have their coiifidan -,.
however they arc not so dull as to fail to
provide thcmselvt s with seme fixed am
munition and rc-e 11'orcements in case crui
cism exceeds the limit of propriety. I'itts
Two Army Ofticcrs.
A:i American o! icer who went th-o,igh
the r'niiico-licruii 11 war with the Prussian
army in order to s.mly the nrl of war late
ly told the following anecdote:
He Iwciiine inti nafe with two German
ofliccrs, one of wh m was a grave, elderly
man of 1111 louliti-d courage and long ex
perience in his in fi-ssiou. His knowledge
of military tactics made him au authority
in his regiment: ill disputed points were
referred to him bv his brother officers for
The other, who was a gay young fellow,
fond of cards and dancing, held a higher
rank in t he corps.
The American 1 ne day commented indig
nantly on this fai t to the older man.
"Why."' he asked, "should P , u man
much your inferii r. outrank you?"
"Hold there!" s lid the old officer. "Yon
mistake. P is not my inferior. Per
haps he has not studied the art of war as
thoroughly as I have, but the little he
knows he puts into practice. When you
see us in battle vou will understand the
difference. 1 know what ought to be done.
He diH'S it. If a purk of artillery is to be
taken, while I a 11 for a moment or two
hesitating over scientific rules as to the
best way to do it, he, with half of a rule
dimly in his m nd. takes it.'" Youth's
Com pan ion.
I-'ire Itcsttireil Ifrr.
A curious incident delayed Lowell's
transfer to Kngl ind. The health of Mrs.
Lowell at that :iine was ho delicate that
she could not b moved from her room.
Mr. Lowell therefore wrote to Washing
ton that he should lie unable to accept the
appointment wh eh was so honorable to
him. Just at t-iis moment it liefell that
the curtains of Mrs. Jewell's bed took lire.
Nursesand nt ten hints were frightened out
of their senses, she alone retaining her
presence of mind She. who had lieeu help
less but just I fore, sat up and gave di
rections for extinguishing the fire, and, in
one word, she r eived such vitality, if one
may so speak, tuat she was a new person.
The physicians ere delighted with the re
sult of this fortunate misfortune. They
told Mr. Lowell that no difficulty would
follow her remt vul, and it was thus that
he withdrew the letter which tie hud sent
to Washington. To the fortunate incident
of the lighting of u lied curtain with a
candle was due Mr. I,owelPs diplomatic
career in Koglund. Kxchange.
An -IIctric Utmt
A French engineer has designed au elec
ric boat, the lending feature of which is
that it will lie profM-lled by a sea water
battery. The p ates are sunk in the sea
under the bout by way of a kind of keel
and drive a large rotary wheel by means of
a motor. Pullcj s raise or lower the plat erf
of zinc or copper, as required. A Vermont
blacksmith. Tho nas Davenport, announced
a similar device for the purpose about fifty
years ago. Phil idelphia I.dger.
An InUTCting Question.
A child stood in silence watching a cook
kin a rabbit, bt t at the end of the opera
tion heaved a de ;p sigh and said, "Can '00
put his fock tn 'gain, cook?" London
THE ARGTJB, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1892
Among the thousands of itstimnnitls
of cures bv Dr Mile' New Henri due,
i that of Nathan Allisons, a wtll-knowo
c tizen f Qien Rock. Pa , who for vc-ars
hid shortn. 8) of breath. Sleeplessness,
pain in left side, Pl ouMrrs, smothering
spells, tc ; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cuie and one box of Nerve and
L ver Pills, cur. d h m. Peter Jsquet,
Salem, N J., is another witntss, who fur
twenty Tears suffered wiih heart disease,
wes pronoucced incurable bv physicians,
d a h stared him in the face, could not
li down for fear of smoiberini? to death.
Imiueriately af er usiosr the New Cure
fa felt better and co.dd lie down snd
ieep Ml niabt and is now a well man.
Tne New Cure is sold, also free look, by
Flartz & BabDsen.
For Over Finy Yeari
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hug
been used by mi'.lionB of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
turbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering; and crying with
;;ain of cutting teetb send at once snd get
a bottle o "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tte poor little sufferer imniediitely
Depend upon it, mothers, thcreis no mis
take nbout it. .It cures diurrboea, regu
lates the stomach and bowils, cures wiod
cVc. eofienf the gums, reduc. s ialltmnm
tion ami gives tone and energy to the
hole system, "Mrs Winolow's Soothing
riyntp'' for children leetLine is pleasant
tn the taste and is the oreecription of om
of the oldest and bes-l female physicianb
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
vll druggists throughout the world. Price
twer,ty-tive cents a bottle. Be sure and
fk for ,-Vr. Wins low's Poolhirg Sjmp
For b-au'y, for comfort, for improve
m."nt of tne complexion. uh 01.lv P,.z
aoni's Powder: there is nothing equal o
A. D. HUESING7
Keuieentii. anions other ilme-tnra bii c
trcwti Firr Jnnoriir.cc Companies he foilonlLr
ftoj-nl Insurance Comi'i.r.y. of Ereiand.
Weecliei-uir Fire lus. .:unii&ny of N . V.
luiflalo German Ins Co., Buffalo, N. V.
ftccbefier liprman In Co., KochHtt-r, N. V.
CHitnii. In. Co., uf PittHLrgh, I'.
-inn Kire Office. Lomtrni.
L'tiion Inn. ( o., of California.
Iprnrily Int. Co.. New tiiwn, Co- o.
Vtnliec Wechitnici' lni.O., Mi;w:;nkec. Wi
iSerroRu rire luf. Co., of l-toria, 11).
Office Cor. 18lh St., ami cr.nd Avt
ROflK TP.T,AND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tbc cl i Fire and Time tried Com, :ini-?
Losses Prcmptly Pa.:d.
Rati s as low f iy relinhlr ronipa y tun afford
Vour I'utum ce i hoIici ed.
Uvp Stock insurance. Co.
Insnrts live ftock against death from accident
ordieatie. For nitei up; ly to
ED. UEBKRKNECHT. Acent,
I71i e'old avenue- Hock lland.
TO THE IFFUOTED!
Why paj biirfeentOTirnrk.-hrn th?he
rnnilieiil trentimnt can b hud f,r reason
able itrirtnol The rerulin.-tmealCn.. p-n-
fi.'-Tft Piirea iruntte prvM-r:iti'.,n ot ir. Wilt
CssiiftrWPP "ima.a ph j- irian nf world-wide repulu
vka .iwynillJC VZa suircrin;; fnun Semiiin
JL 4? JlLriO nitll and Norroua Iebnur
iMacSiuU Loss of Memory, I.;sponli iic;-, oU.
ihhu early Inris-Tciiiir.siirothi'rriiunea; also
MIDDLE-AGED MEN 7&ZS$Z
noy nnd I(lacirttrtntuhli!, etc., will find nnr Mi-tiMO
f TrrKittuuiitn Safe, Certain nnd SpttMv CI'HB.
SEMINAL PASTILLES, rn:l ninUmiiic alome wti
nfitcnrrthe' HivoailnicTitn. Hr.Wiihmiif
lwhob:tSKiv iHcial ftUontmn to thtt
'(linM-s f'jrni.iTiy yonr. fwt'.rntM's Scnu
rial I'amillen which ai'Luirr'Ctiv ujk.ii ih
tiisoasi'd n;ans,uncj rsture vicor tmtto:
than SnmiK.li Mcdii'lncs. n thi'v art' m.
chai.u uf Uutiriatrmitti'iiiiib;jijief4
Cirtl:iB fri.iu f.UlU to Wfi.lX. ll'U wltl. lit,
f mllll likrf.tr..,. t liir r.-.m ... - .
W illinniV privutii prurnre. dive them'a triiil.
PFPiFIl? fin Bl f"rtne Kidr.eyaaiid llliijil.-rciirr.
01 LU1I ib I1U.0I reeeril CUM.-B In one to (our duyi
UTERINE EOTRfPHiC tir
Cull or write for lata wm; and Icformaiion oofr
X)iuiulUnir orher". A 1.1-i-mh
THE PERU CHE.AICA!. CO.,
JE9 'fVlsroxsiN SmtrT. KlLtt'AUKEE, W
DR. ST. ABMA!VD'S
18 the Safest and Sorest Iteuiedy evurtiiscovereii
for all the unnatural di-ieharK and I'kivate
Dlskases op illzN and the dobilitatinc weakness
peculiar to women. It has never failed to cure
the most obstinate case, in men, in from 3 to 6
days. (Nothing that maken quicker olaitiiB is
safe.) It is convenient to carry and bandy to
use no bottle or upoon to annoy you. Item em
ber, we guarantee it. Price il.lnj per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If the drug
gist you ask for Dr. Bt. Armand'a French Cure
lias not Rot it, don't let him fool you with his
oily tongue by selling you something else in
stead, bat send price to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
also treat patients by mail. Address THE
HAZZAKAK MKDICINE CO., 2uu Boulh ban
gamon Street, Chicago, 111.
IT WILL NOT
IP YOU TAKE
$500 Reward for any
injurious substance found
in these Capsules.
Will Cure any
Monn nfunrifid if not
as we say. Sent postpaid
on receipt 01 price.
NORMAN LICHTY. FAMILY CHEMIST.
Des Moines. Iowa.
For sale by a'l drurglstt, Hartz Jt fansen.
JOHN I.. SULLIVAN.
John L. ullivan, the pugi ist,
tod us once that it is a great
mistake to train very much for
physical contest. All he evt-r
did to get him -elf in a condi
tion of perfect healih. was to
get the whisky out of him, then
he had plenty of reserve power;
whereas a ptraon who has been
trained accoiding to rule, has
little or no reserve lorce. His
nerrons system is strained to
the point of exhaustion before
he enters the ring That this
i3 true ie shown from the fact
that m'st pugiliets die from
lung trouble John C Heenan
brought on consumption by
rupturing a blood vessel while
in training Persons afficted
with throar, troubles reed a
simple remedy like Keid's Ger
man Cough and Kidney Cure
that contains no poiscn. It ia
mi d -ffir,acius, and cnitain.
Ifyourkcal diusgiet hasn't it
in stock, tell him tint he can
get it of any wholrsa'er.
Sylvn Kemedy Co,
T. X Xoticr.
The trxis f..r 1891 are now rfue anil
mny lie psul 1.1 the 'ow nship collector at
Hi.ist & Duni.ldaD's flice in Masonic
T mpeti!oik Y-mr last year's f ceiut
lie of trft HssistHiice to tbe collector
ia ficidino rnr d'-scnritions on the tax
books. William T. Scgdkn.
f 3(1 will tm y h t'oorl spD of wrk
horsi-s, hp.rr.esB finrl war n. Ineuiri; at
.1 W. Jones' Kicond-liand store ltil-tavt-Due.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My clopMr says It octi ci-mlv on the stomach, liver
ami klilni vs. jinrl tt,a pli-aant laxative. Tills ilrlnk.
is niaiie fmm hi-rhs and h prtpared for use as eaiiily
ostf.-u It Isi-alU'ii
AUflruntrlrrtsafll Hat v. and $i.ft rwr packivre
Buy one to dav. Lnno's Kninilv Mrdn'tin nun en
the bow p If each day. I vnU r to bo lu'ulthv, thlH
Tcr Sorses, Cattle, Ehsep, Izgs, Eos,
500 Tace Book on Trpatmrnt nf Animals
slid (.'hurt fen l Free.
rTT.F.s Fevers, Conirrsl ions. T11 la mmnl ion
A.A.'Spinnl i!eninifitii. M ilk Fpvit.
ll.n. Mraius, luineniiM, K heuniHtism
f.t". HiHtemper, Nnsnl Kixrburecti.
).!. Hnlf or rub, U iirnisi.
K.K. C'ouhrt Heaves, Pneomnnfa.
Colic or ripe, lieSlvache.
t 1 israrriaue, llemnrrhner.
11.11. I rinnry Knd Kidney ItiHi-asPK.
l.I.Krnptive fiMeRHk9, Mnnsre,
J.K.Uieeasesnt' JUixestiuu, raralTnin.
single Bottle (over 30 dosoe), - - .aQ
Mable Tase, with Spectflrs. ManuaL
Veterinary Oure Oil and Mwilcator,
Jar Veterinary Cure Oil, - - 1.00
Sold by Dmeiists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and ia any quantity on Receipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Corner William and Jobn Su., New York.
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
ud Trostration, from over-work or other causes.
91 per vial, or & vialu and lanre vial powder, for
8ou by DituooisTS. orornt postpaid on receipt
of price. HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO.,
Oor. Willam and John St N. Y.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work.
done. A specialty of furnishing al. kinds
of Stores with Castings st 8 oents
A MACHINE SHOP
ias been added where all kinds of machine
work will bs done first -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
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For sale by all first-clase Grocery dealers.
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J. B. ZIMMER,
Will sell for the next 30 days all his ovtrcoatings at 15
pnr cent kse than the regular prices.
Star Block, Opposite Harper House.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats always on hmd. Game,
Fish and Oysters In the sea on.
Reynolds' Block. Moline Ave., FOOT OF ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
SEIVER3 & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds .ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing dor.e on rbort notice snd satitfactlnn unararte- .i.
Office and Show 1412 Fourth Avenae. ROCK ISLAND
T1IE CLUB' I
Billiard Parlor Sample Room, 1
No. 117 Eighteenth Street -JAMES
T. C C0NN0R, Proprietors. WI. H. CATT0N.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Bnilder,
1121 scd 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth STenne.
Plans snd specifications famished on sll rlsws of work: also epent cf Wilier' Patent In sice
Sliding Blinds, somethiiig new, stylish and desirable.
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".sffiV.-' tion and lninity.
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KTOitc kviex. csiso. or rtjutul tne muuey. Circular Iree. rew Acrve Seel b. C blcuso, JU.
For sale in Rock island bv Hftrtz & Bihrwo. 31 Ave. arjii 2ith street
THE POSITIVE CURE.
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Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. "
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN. Davenport. Ia
KMDUEII Of CRACKERS HID BiSCUiTS.
Ash Yonrftrwer forThem.
Thpy srre B-s1.
The Christy 0tptb" slcI Christy "Wfib..
V tmll nnu YYINItK 0 lULK
of Goods received by
JCall and Examine.
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KituiA. Ji4'rs,'U!'ie?''. i.aitudr.all drains and U tl pote ! tbc jtrnrli v
up cn-Tfient t. carrr In et rwK-kft. 1 ir i.ak.
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