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Daily and Weekly at ll Second
Arenac, Rock Island. 111.
J W. POTTER,
-Da::v. SOe rr wnnth- w.-bt t4tiA
Allcomjatuteation ol a cm ci! or argumenta
tive character, tolttical or religious, must have
reai name attached for publication. No sncb
article wiH oe printed oyer fictitious signatures,
oeyrnon? communications no: noticed.
Correspondence elicited from every township
Rock Uland count.
Wednesday. Jclt 13. 1892
Hl.lili Ktlli UfMlAI, TICKET.
For President GROVER . l.E ELAN"
or :ce President .. .ADLAI E. BTBVSS8 R
Por Governor JOHN p ALTGELD
For ongrtssman at large JOHN C BLACK
ForCornfreMnanai large. .AXDREW J HTNThh
For Lteutetsnt Gov.raor JofeEPH B tilLL
iui rsecretarj or state 31 a HIMtl- :HSE
For A'torney General. . .
For Elector, 11th DIM ..
Tl VT II fit tV c
RCFCS 5 KAMs-EY
J. H. HAN'LEY
HEMOCKATIC 4 MSIBNlMU
The Democratic v.ter in the several counties
coapttsing the Sventh Oongrsse'.onsl District
are requested to seid aelegates to a c..n"ree.
iona! contention to be held at Monmouth ilur.oif
THl KSi'AV, -KPT. 1. IS92.
at 10 :V) ottoe, a. m. for the pirpose of nominat
ing a candidate for congress, a memler of the
board of equalization, and to transact such other
bosint ss as may be presented for the coosider.
tion of the convention The several -ountle In
the conrr, ssional district will be entitled to a
representation on the basis of one delegate for
w-' o e; snu one lora iranion or rii vo
or over, ca-t for Kdwarc
treasurer in I-OO. as follows:
Rock Isltnd ,
B. Wilson, for sta-e
Votes I "90
By order of Democratic Congressional commit
tee of the Eleventh Congreasionaj district of Illi-
. PuTTEK. Chm.
H. C. Coov. Sec'y.
Monmouth. 111.. July . lsW
li it. Ci, and Htn Hea.
The killing of American citizen
at Carnegie's works yesterday wa
murdi-r most foLl, and the crime must
rest where it belongs. The million
aires who own the Homestead works
made no effort to adjust the differences
between them and the meu in their em
ploy. The latter nought a conference
and received an answer brutal in its con
ciseness and fierceness. "There is our
ultimatum. Sign the new scile or quit."
The dtmand to submit to a reduction of
wages was refused and the works shut
down. Then hegan a movement that has
no parallel in this country. The immense
plant was fenced in and barricaded and,
worst of all. an armv of Picktrton men
brought from New York and Caiciio to
overawe the workmen, with orders to
hoot down the first man who attempted
to enter the Carnegie fortress. The iron
Barons knew that a collision must follow,
but heedless of the result and ciring only
for the mighty dollar, they forced the
issue and a score of American mechanics
were shot down like dogs.
We repeat that it was a cowardly,
dastardly crime and the punishment
alotg '.he lines of law should be swift and
Wl at manner of mn is this Carnegitt
Operating a highly protective industry,
and becoming one of the wealthiest men
in 'he world because of this protection,
in h;s love for for gain he reduces the pav
of Lis men and engages human blood
bounds to comoel them to submission t.t
the mtzzle of a Winchester rifle. The
very idea is a revrdtine and barbarous as
it is un-American Worse than the
Hessians, who, for pay, followed the
continental army and shot down the strsg
g'.et, for thi se Pjnkertons are American:: ,
who for g!d, assassinate tbeir fellow
Bui what an object Iqeon is here pre
sented and how well ii. snows the inutil
ity of protection to protect the mechnnic
and laborer. Pampered and fed by the
government for more than a quarter of a
century the Carnegies still cry for more.
Rich beyond the wildest dreams of avar
ice they are still not satisfied . McKioiey
bills are passed to appca.-i.- tbeir greed,
and afur getting from the government all
the government dure give, they squeeze
the laborer and mechanic and compel
them to pay tribute to their inordinate de
sire to pile their wealth up mountain
high. Meantime Mr. Carnegie si' s in his
Scotch castle, surrounded by all the lux
uries that vast riches can provide . Brutal
monsters take the lives of those who aided
bim to attain success, but be suggests
nothing in the way of peace or com
promise. Perhaps he can enj'y his
quickly acquired possessions, but every
dollar be has horded away will be marked
with the blood of those who fell at Home
stead, and every bullet fired was evi
dence that "protection is a fraud," a
snare and a delusion.
The h;iormity r Tarlir Tatatlon,
I rejK-at what I have said before, that
the i-o;i!e of this country never waked
up to the enormity of the tiiriff taxation
proposed by the Republican party until
the McKinley bill wa put before them
and explained (section by section. Mr.
MrTTtnlrj fur the first time put in cold
type the meaning of his party from the
beginning, and that was to exclude from
this country all products which came in
competition with anything raised or pro
duced in the United States, to build a
Chinese wall uround this country com
mercially, to decrease imports (as I shall
show before the conclusion of my re
marks they have done), to increase the
free list upon tropical fruits and luxu
ries and the little frills of commerce,
but upon the absolute necessaries of life,
whether in clothing or in food, to ex
clude them from this country in order,
as the senator from Vermont (Mr. Mor
rill), the father of the tariff in this conn
try, has declared, to make a market for
the agriculturists at home and not
abroad. I shall have something to say
sbout that before I conclude, when I
touch upon this new humbug of reci
procity, which day by day is being de
veloped, and which I hope the senator
from Maine will have a chance to dis
cuh in every township in this country,
aw he threatened he would do some
months ago. Senator Vest.
TIN PLATE WORKERS' WAGES.
They Stoat B Bedneed Astonishing
Greed of the Manufacturers.
The great At terican manufacturers of
tin plate are sb owing their hands sooner
than was expet ted. even by the greatest
skeptics of "i rotecrion." It was an
nounced from Pfttalrarg, June 17, that
"At the conference between the tin
plate manufacturers and the scale com
mittee of tbe i'onalgamatetl association
this afternoon, the latter were astounded
at a call for a reduction of wages of the
most highly sk iled classes of workmen
in the tin plate aud sheet iron industries.
"This call f-r a reduction is in the
face of the assertion of the manufac
turers that the tariff put on tin plate by
the Fiftieth congress was necessary in
order that go. d wages might be paid
Think of it! Wages to be reduced so
soon in this treat "infant" imlnctT-v
V The foreigners imported by Xiedring-
saus anu otaer- to work in an "Amer
ican" industry at "American wa-re.
are asked to ac .-ept lower wages. This
ought to be the straw that will break
"protection's" rjack, but perhaps the
matter can ! atched up by the man
ufacturers who are never backward in
coming forwan I with excuses for lower
wages. This s ime dispatch savs that
"David B. OHv -r. C Zng. J. H. Laugh
lin and otlu-r leading manufacturers
urged the acceptance of the manufac
turers scale oi account, they said, of
the depressed condition if tho i rem
trade." just as i: iron was not also heav
ily "protected" and therefore entitled
to be in a "bootning" condition.
It was only o:i June 2 that the "Asso
ciation of Iron ami Steel Manufactur
ers," the Tinned Plate Manufacturers'
association" am I the National Associa
tion of Galvanized Sheet Iron Manufac
turers" held meetings on the same day,
in the same room, and elected the sanie
secretary. These who know anything
about the matt r know that the duty on
tin plate has le n kept up and raised to
benefit not the tin plate makers, who
have never liefi re existed, hot Uaa sht
iron and steel u en, both of whom have
been making en rni'.iis pr. fit! oaxt of the
duty .n tin plat-, which has kept Up the
price of steel sheets and of galvanized
iron for n fin g purposes. It was not
Etrange. then, hat they met together
ad formed tir - three headed trnst, oc
monster. The iron and steel manufac
turers agreed t reduce wagea in th.-ir
lines an averag' of IS or SO per cent. It
was generally b iheved that the tin plate
men would not dare to exercise their
united power to reduce Vages. at least
until after ele ti,,n. (ir certainly until
the tin plate Ml . had been discussed ir
congress; but their greed and their
"gaul" has exceeded the expectations of
the most Bangui ue.
These "McKkdeyixed" and "trusted"
industries txmshter it their especial privi
lege to worry rage earners and con
sumers. What '. they , ;. re for the feel
ings or sentiments of the people? They
announced on June 2. 1!I2. "that prices
will not in.- touched on in any way."
And yet The I: on Age of June Itf Kays
that the prices of sheet iron hre been
advanced and tl ::t the prices of galvan
ized iron are f .rmer, and in a few in
atamakcn lone wfth rmli ill.
At I mass mei ting of the Cloth Hat
and Capmak.-r.-' union in Xew York on
June 15. over 700 men, representing
twenty-six out f the thirty shops in the
city, discussed the grievance of wage re
ductions. It was said that during the
last year several reductions in their
wages at difft-r sat times have made a
total reduction of TO per cent., and that
during the past four months of th- y.-;l;
the lest men have been unable to earn
more than six & dlars a week. They wfli
make an effort t get wages back above
Pitiable as is the lot of thee men, it i
no worse than -hat of hatmakers else
where in this co intxy shice the McKiu
ley bin came their way. A. few yean
ago the hat fact, rietof BloomnekL, Wat
sessing and Ea-t Orange. X. J., were
prosperous and gave steady employ meat
to hundrei is of h mds, nearly all if whom
voted for "prot ction." Tbe almost pro
hibitum duty fin hatters' raw materials
has caused the 1 usiness to dwindle, un
til now no mill La Bloomfield is running
on full time. Bad many of the employees
have sought w rk in other businesses.
The hatters, bei lg intelligent men, have
become enthusin -tic tariff reformers and
are preparing tc form a Cleveland club.
A Nut for :
tariff speech ovt
that the foreign
and that prote.
products of otht
products of otv
however, has ne
tion put to him
over again: W
pay the tans
congress was c
more of the f(
people of this co
wring a more
for the payment
penses and the
cuse this self ret
some of the pub
question now th
country why h
raising enough t
caused by the e:
gress in which 1
floor of the ho
New York Wor
IcKlnloy in Crack.
made his notorious old
r again at the Minue
a. He is still pretending
r pays the tariff taxes
tion simply taxes "the
r nations" instead of the
own. Mr. MeKinlev,
ver answered the ques
by The World over and
hy is it if the foreigners
;axes that the Fifty-first
intent with spending a
hy did it not lavish
reigners' money on the
nntry? Why did it not
splendid sum out of tbe
nd merchants of Europe
of the government's ex
Republican parry's ex
w can Mr. MeKinlev ex-
traint, which still leaves
ic burdens to be borne
Will he not answer the
it he has repeated the
reover, he might tell the
e even refrained from
a make up the deficiency
travagance of the con
e was the leader on the
lse of representatives.
win a boat race
men rowing ic
other half in tl
yet we expect
age trade while
ties on imports I
trade. Verily so
pulling at their
ing why they d
crew would attempt to
with half of their aars-
one direction and the
e other direction? And
o secure cjaaunercUiy
on shipping to enAr
we have taxes anaHn
md shipping to restHct
me of our statesmen are
boot straps and wonder
h't lift themlves.
Won't Cure Rheumatism.
Bu. Krause's Germ n Oil will rob the
rheumatic sufferers of many of its terrors,
being a powerful sbsorbant in all cases
furnishes temporary relief. It is a recog
nized fact that any stimulating counter
irritant that is penetrating when properly
applied removes pain, and that is what
Krause's German Oi! is a relief, not a
cure for rheumatism. For &a'.e by all
druegis's. Hartz & Bahnsen, wholesale
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by ail druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale drupeists.
To Whom It May Concern :
My wife. M-iry Kav. having left my
bed and board, I will hereafter be
responsible for no debts contracted by
her. John C. Kav.
duly tl, 1S92
Of New York, thr well known ami inccefal
peciallv in Chrome dteaea and dleaes of
the Kye and Ear. hy reqneet af many
friends and petSeata, has cecided to
Reck Island, Wednesday
Consultation an '. xsmintion f-ee and confl
denria'.at o'spirlors at th; HA BP KB HOL'SB
from 10 a. m. to 10 i. m. One day oi-ly.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
KOCB ISLiSTJ COUJITT, f
In thet'oantv Court of said Rock Island County.
In the matter of tbe assignment of The Northern
Mining and hallway company. Petition he
1 honias S. Sileis, assignee, to sell real es-tate
Sotice la hereby given that under the deed of
as assignment madr by r-aid i he Northern Mining
and Railway eompny"to Troma S. Sllvis as as
signee, and by virtue of an order of said county
court entered In the above entitled proceeding on
the 11th day of June, A. D. 169i, I. aid Tho-r as 8.
Silvis. assignee as aforesaid, shal cn Saturday,
the sixth dsr of Angust. A. D 189S. comiLeiictug
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
north doer of the court house In the city o.f Rock
Is. and in said RTCk Island county, sell together
as an entiretv. at public vendue to tbe b'gbest
biddl r fur cash la hand, al tbe right, title and in
terest of t aid Thomas 8. Silvis, a-eignee of said
The Northern Mining and Railway company, in
and to the mining plant and prope-ty of said
company, to-wit: The land conveyed to said
raiiM.iv cmpanv or uau-y ua eupori. uj un
deed of April . 1"5. recorded in the ofllce of the
recorder of deeds in said Rock Island county in
volume 76 of deeds at page 318 thereof ; the land
cutiu-ved to said railway company by Ha ly Uav
enporr. hy taia deel of October 4. A. D. 14. re
corded in the office of said recorder of deeds in
volume 79 of deeds at page i4i thereof; -he land
conveved to said railway company ty John Gtorge
llamer and wife, by their deed of October 3. A. U.
1-84. recorded in said recorder's office in volome
7t of deeds at page '.'49 thereof; the leasehold in
terest derived by said company from J (ieorce
Hamer under lea-e btarina oate September U. A
D. It!, eihihil A. to said netition: the lease-hold
interest derived by said Mining company
from said J. George Hamer hy his lease
Mav 11. A. D. I!. exhibit B. to -aid
petition : the iase-h"ld interest of said
companv derived under the leas- from Char.es
Korb of September -JO, A. !. 1KS4. exhib t C. to
said petition; the .lease-hold interest of said
comp.ny desired by said company frm
Chane J. Colson hv lease of September
9th and lilh. A. U. ls4. exhibit I), to said pe
tition ; the right of way and interest derived hy
said company from OeorajS Henry Miller under
his deed of September 9th and 12th, A. 1). IStM,
exhibit E. to said jieliii'in : the right of way and
intetest derived hy said co ni anv from J. Ili-ant
by his devil of eptrmler 9. I4"-!, and December
lu. IS84. exhibit I. to raid petition; the lease hold
Interest der.ved uuder the leases of An'u-t Wth.
A D lft -nd of March l-t. A. D. lvl, made by
MlasUlaepev. exhibits i and H to said petition;
the lease -hold interest derived um'.erthe ieases of
August tu. A. D Inland March Ut, A D. 1894,
ma'ie by Susan C. Kla-g. Exhibit- I. at d J. to
said petition ; the lease-bold interest Qerived by
said companv order tbe leases of Peter Odendahl
of August :iih. A. D lsrfll and Marrh 1st, A. D
js.44 and September :$d. A. D. l--4. exh'oits K
and L ti said peUUaa : Um lease-hold interest de-ri-
d I j -aid con pany under the lease of Feorn
ary iStn, a. I). J8S9 mule hy Joka S. Peterson,
exhioit M t" said petition: the lease hold Interest
of -aid BlaiH rompsny derived under the lesaa I
fri-m Liuma Uisant of Keliruary 5tn, A I. 1-f-.
t xhibit N .i said petition: the lease hold internet
aeiif ed by saat coattaany under the lease from)
John Andetsou and Samuel ioaatoa of Novmi- '
her 14 h. 1888. exhibit o. t aid petiti ni : the mis-1
ini shafts situa'ed on raid piemis-s. together
n ith the machinery, buildings an I appliances for
the working "f coal thereout, including the fol
lowing, to-wit 1 blacksmith shop, forge, bellows
and tools : t old Cameron "cam pump and 4 old
Northwestern steam pa - ps; 1 old steam engine :
1 tool bou e : 1 miner- wash aonsc, ctov,-. etc.; 1
flirt -hnon ' m . - at. ..In n,,in... 1 li.,it,..
LaU tutfton fa Ms Prct' tent JkVdfea MS I wire cable and t rages: 1 boiler-feeder and steam
psnaari r yv i crk . n m PrttUtnt otU and water tonnectiona; i boilers ml smoke
rruth iftdieil tntW.uU (thatttrtd.) ; stt k-: l set die s for cutting , .1 grind si ine
Ably assisted by a full corps of eompeteot ' " : engine - - i
Sert specialists whose experience In the largest " '" scale; l propps; 1 old c rilling machine: j
opitals In the world enables them to treat all ' nilrlng .-. 1 Cope ft Mazw, I ..m pump;
lironlc, rrtiii, skin and Dloo ot of iron T rail and used for Back In Id mine; I
dlsss,.a upon the la e,t scientifle princlplea. I derrick, c-nmpe, tre-tle-. screens, schutes and I
Th'y particularly Invite all whose cases have bu'kling at and abont said abaft; l bsrp:8 tous"g; I
been neglected, badly treated or pronounced ' -.-, , .- n r less of
ineuraota to vst thir expert treatment that ' r.-n railway, extending from said mines tu the
has never failed in thoM-n-ids of cases that had ' Cigo. II a s ,v SI 1
been pronounced lieyotid hope. Patients who 1 lands, premises aud property being thos- Lartico
are doing well under c;.re of tlielr own pbysl-; rly nd at large described and referred to is
eias need not call tin ii-, as our t.rovlnce la to r sau - -
trat those whocannot find t?llef oiherwisn. Thomas 8. Mb F. aas gnee. filed in said court on I
Diaeaaea of Women Iiichorrhcea, dayofMay.A D.. 1891
Uterlaa Displacements. 'nntlpa:ton. 8tct ' lso, but separately and l it as a portion ot said 1
illtr Female A .. . . . , n Ai " ,i . i . . ,. '
liar to females positively cured by PvUatilld , ' title and nteiest of said Tbo-nas 8. 1
nui , assignee oj s-1 j i ne ..r em Mm ng and i
Hallway coanpaay, in and to tho-e 'ot or (.arc, i
of land situate in the town of Hampton in said I
oonnty. to-wit: Ta.ts Nos onetll and iwoiSlin
block six t8) atd lot four (41 In Hock seven
AH of sai.l above described and men' toned I
lands, premises and piupeilj being -ituat-. in the I
County o H ick Island and state ol Illinois
Oat.d a: Bock l-laud. Dllnois, this 9th day of I
Jr.ly A. II Igat. TlloM A- S. Ml.vis,
fine orth-rn Miii:i) an! Kiiiuar
aMr.vi.-yv .. ."--. rnrra.4 ' ,i
V f S -s , .
MADE ONLY BY umnjTrn
; ! JA!KdANR&CI1 Chicago.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Has Just received a large '-Telle of the latest Imported atd Domestic s.. . .. .
MUaca, wLlch he is selling at S3.00 and up. His line of overcoating, ear-' t I
west of Chicago. A very fine line of pants, which he Is selling at tj pa ar e '
and make jour selection while the stock is complete.
Star Block, Oppobitb Harpee House.
DR. D. 0. FRUTH,
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
Only S2.50 Per Cation
nr. t ruth has attained the most wonder
ful success in the treatment of ca- to which
he devotes special attention and after vears ol
experience, has perft-ctfd the most in'fallable
method of curing Organic sTeaknesa, Nei-Tous
Debility, rrematura Decline of the Manly
Foer, Involuotary Vital Losses. Impaired
Memory. Mental Anxlctv. Absence of will
Power. Melancholy. Weak Rac and Kindred
Affections If consulted before Idiocy, Insanity
railing FtU or Total Iniiioten.-T results from
louihrm Errora, the awful effects of i
Which blights the most radietit hopes, unfitting 1
patient for business, study, society or niarr' ige
aor.iialiy sweeping to an Untimely grave thous
andi of young meu of exalted tale.. ; aud brill '
lant Intellect. t
IMlea Cured without
J . i. IJJXOM
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
pain, knlft orcan-
1'pllepay pos:nve',v cured by our new and
ver-faillng hospi;.,; treatment.
free Kiamttiriioii of
eherr. cal sd.1
K et Diseases
which h r. tee. i
treatea. o cxpt-
the T rluf
I all rases o
s i ertected It oldcaas-
..cted or uusklllfulp
or failures S a tin,
dertaks no .neural. t cases, but cura thonsans.
given up to die.
Remember the iate and noma aarly as hh
rooms are always crowded.
U7Casn and c .rresnondence conrdentlai.
and treatment sent h express with full dlroc
ttaaa tor use, ut i.-inml aonsxiltatloa nn
t!i. l. . fiti TH,
31i l.c Avo., i hifsjo-
Dr. Humphreys' BoeclSca are scleutlficallv and
carefully prej,are.l keinedles. usl for vtars in
private pnn-tlce ond for over thlrtv veari bv the
l f.pe with entln- Micc-vR. Everv 'slncle Sisrciflc
a -i-e -ial cure for the disease named.
Tney cure without drUKKHuf. puiying or reciucinc
tliesystemandare In tact and Je.-i UM tsoerelnii
Remedies of the World.
1 Fevers, Oaaaealjoaa, Inflammations.. .30
ii-Wsrms, W.-rtii Fever. Worm Colic .39
3-Trelhingi Colic, ( ryliuc. Wakefulness .38
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults -2$
7 f'oogks. colds, Brt.nchltls .-vj
R-Nenrnlgla, Tootbache. Faceache -iH
9-Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .-25
10- Dysaepaia. BlllousnR. Constipation .-23
1 1 - Sappreased or Painful Periods .3.1
13- Whites, T.mi Profuse Teriods .. ..!
'3-rronp, Laryngitis, Hoarseneas . .33
14- Salt Kkesm, F-rrslpelas, ErupUons . .33
I 3 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains .33
16-Malaria, Chills. Fever and Ague .35
-f'atarrfc. Influenza, Cold in tbe Head .35
30-W hooping foagh 35
37 Kidney Diseasea 35
'i-Nervona Debility .100
30-I'rinary Weakness, W.-rtlng Bed .35
111 MPHRETf WITC H HAZEL Oil..
The File Ointment. Trial gag. 83 C is.
SoM t.v Drurrists. or sent paslpaM on .-ecii t t.f .rtc.
ba. HuMsascTS- Ussvai. .1.4 SSSSS. ataavBB raira.
ill MfHIll ls-111 i. ( o.. J I i i 13 William -I. . MWTOBK.
Hires' Root Beer.
So dof-s every other member of the family.
A 25 cent rnrckage makes Spalions of this delicious
rtrtnk. Ion't he dt-cvlved if dealtT, fur the sake
f larger profit, tells you some other kind fj
Jut us co.arj "'tis f.il&e, No imitaiiou la ma guoU
s the genuine liiitita'.
C. J. W. SCHP.EINER,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1123 Fourth a-renne. Residence IIH Fourth avecce.
Plansand spcciflcatior.s furnishet; on allciaeeesof work: alsoaeertcf JnVsr't Patrif asida
Simmg Bilnds. somethi-g new. ttyllsh and deeiraole.
BORST VON KOECKRITZ,
ANALYTIC AND DISPENCING
! All children enjoy a drink of 7'
i I PHARM a r u-rr I
Will he located on Fifth avenue and Twetty-third street on or before Lue ul
Oils ST. Sfl . "N I".
Is the Safest and Bnrest Kennedy ever discovered
for all tbe nnnatnral discharges and Pbitatx
DxsEasKS of -Mi.n and the debilitating weakness
peculiar to women. It baa never failed to cure
the most obstinate eaae, in men, in from I to C
days. Nothing that makes quicker claims la
safe.) It is convenient to carry and handy to
-j - no bottle or Bpoon to annoy yon. Remem
ber, we guarantee it. Price fl.dO per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If the drug
gist you ask for Dr. Bt. Aronand's French Cure
baa not got it, don't let him fool you with bis
oily tongue by selling you something else in
stead, but tend j-ne- to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
also treat patients by mail. Address THE
HAZZaKAK JIKDIC1NE CO., 0 South San
eamon Street, Chicaeo. Ill
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'aus-ntii lirrii la ii ree monttu. 8fti"J. t-m;r.!fs Cree.
To reduce ny stock of
I will r-lBce on sale for tbe next 30 days
mv entire stock of millinery goods at
prices tbat defy all competition of tbe
tri-cities. It will pay you to call and
examine my goods before purchasing
MISS EATE BYRNES,
1709 Second Avenue.
Estate of Simon E. Fox Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator with the will annexed the estate of Simon
E. Fox late of the coanty of Rock Island, stau
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that h
will appear before tbe county court of Roci
Island coanty, at tin office of the clerk of sab.
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the August
term, on the first Monday in Angust next
atwbich time all persons having claims again -'
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for I he purpose of having the same adjusted. A!
persons Indebted to said estate are requested l
maae immediate payment to the nndersignec.
Dated this 9th dav of June. A D. lWi
EDWARD f. FOX, Administrator,
wit li'e w".' snnexed
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1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
I A.l k'nds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green House Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest Ir- la. 804 Brady Street. DarinporUowa
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor arid Builder,
: : Rock Island.
Office and Shop Corner BerenteenUi St.
and Seventh Avenue,
sWAU k.cds of carpenter work a specialty
. Flans and eitlmatat for all kinds of bo-.: dings,
who would know the GRANDTnt'TTTS, the Plain rart th
suid the New Discoveries of Medtcal Science as applied to
e. en-'Uia wruo ir our wonarnui mile innu, caiiea
SB ROB MKN ONLY." To any earnest man we sr.. I mail one
rrfp, tn plain sealed cover. A rern:e DW tbe quacsja.1
THE ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRBSS
DUNCAN, f Darenport.