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Published Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
Avenne, Koek Island. Ill
J. W. Potter,
Tbrjis Daily. NHj per month; Weekly, $3.00
All communication of a critical or argutnenta
dvo character, imlutcai or rellulous. muot have
real name attached for publication. Mo such
article wiH be printed over fictitious signatures.
A Bony moos communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
Bock Island conntv.
A' ok dat, August 8 1893
DEJtOCKATIC XATIOX ALTK'Hi: r.
ForPiesident G ROVER CLEVELAND
or Vice President ADLA1 J. SlEYENSoN
For Governor JOHN P ALTGKLB
For Concrt esman at laree JOHN C BLACK
For Congressman at large.. ANDREW J HUNTER
.Tor Lieutenant Uovtrnor JtiSKI'H ti U11.L.
For Secretary of State H H blSKIOHSEN
For Auditor DAVID OOKE
For Treasurer RUFCS N RAMSEY
For A'lotLey General M T MOLONEY
For Elector. 11th Dist J. II. HANLEY
I O.WK.X I IOX.
The Tm mm ratic voters in the several conntles
compiisine the Jtleventh Congressional District
are requested to aer.d delegates to a Congress
ional convention to be held t Monmoiab, ill.tiois.
THUKSt'AY, KPT. 1, lSy.'.
at 10:30 o'clock, a. m. for the purpose of nominat
ing a csndidate for congress, a member of tbe
board of equalisation, and to transact such other
business as may be presented for tbe considera
tion of the convention The sexeral counties in
the conen ssional district will be entitled to a
representation on the basis of one delegate for
Tery Suo votes and one for a frac ion of 100 votes
or over, cat for Edward 8. Wilson, for stale
treasurer in 1890, as follows:
Counties. Votes 1S0 No. Del.
Bock Island 4.21 1
Mercer ,( 10
Henderson WM B
Hancock 4,006 SO
MdtoLOiiuh 8.458 Id
Schuyler 1,S4 10
By order of Democratic Congressional commit -tee
of tbe Eleventh Congressional district of Illi
nois. . PoTTEK, Ch'nt.
H. C. Cook, Secy.
Monmouth, 111., July , 189.
Democratic County Convention.
The Democrats of Rock Island county are here
by requeued to send delegates to a convention to
be held at tbe court house in the city of Rock
Island Wednesday, August 84, 184ti. at 11 o'cloca
a, m .for the puipose of nominating candidates
for tbe offices of state's attorney, circuit clerk,
coroner and surveyor, and selecting delegates to
the congressional convention to be held at Mon
mouth, Sept. 1, and also to the senatorial conven
tion. 1 be basis of representation at said county
convention will be one delegate lor each town
ship and upon the vole for Cleveland and lhur
man in 1S83 apportioned among the differeut
townt hips, precincts and wards in the ratio of one
delegate to every 60 voters, and one delegate for
every major part thereof, and according to which
tbe following will be the representation:
Cordova 3 Canoe Creek 2
Hanpton. 1st precinct 8 ' 8
- Slid " 2 Zuma 2
" 3rd a Port Byron 2
Black Hawk 4 Coal Valley 8
Bowling S Andalusia 2
Buffalo Prairie 4 ronth Moline 4
Drnry 3 Moliue ll Ward 3
South hock Island. .. 8 and " .... 3
R. inland 1st Ward.. 4 " 8rd " .... 4
SSud " .. 5 4:h " 3
" 3rd " .. 6 5th " " 8
" 4th " .. 6 " 6tU 4
4 nth " 6 " 7th " S
fith " . 4 Edglnet'n-lst Prec't 2
7th .. 3 " 2nd " S
The caucuses in tbe several townships will be
held at 4 p. m.. and in Moline and Rock Island at
8:00 p. m. on Saturday. Augutt -A 180-2.
T. . SiLvia, Chairman.
Wm. McEnikt, Secretary.
Does cot the Union at least owe Dr.
Truesdale a respectable obituary notice,
Private Washington advices say that
the anti-option bill has proven a gold
mine to tbe congressional lobbyists,
journalistic and otherwise.
Now that Mr. Wells has been cap
tured, and that the Liberal Republican
club has failed to capture him, it is
about time fcr that organization to meet
and adjourn sine die
We haven't as yet heard a chirp from
Uoline or Milan in support of the select
committee's action. In fact, we don't
hear much of a commendatory nature
from tbe republicans of Rock Island.
The great untamed has been caught.
Wells has identified himself with the il
liberal faction. What will become of the
liberal reservation braves without the
administration back of them?
Sfsakixq about congressional can
didates, what has become of Dr. Trues
dalu's boomlet and that of Rev. W. T.
Kerr, of Moline. Are they to be so
cruelly nipped n tbe bud by the select
committee and the Union T
Peoria Journal: Joseph G. Cannon
is not having a walk-over in his district
He finds his fences out of repair al'
long The line For a man who has stul
tified himself as often as bas Joseph, be
his the gall of the devil to ask anyone to
vote to send him back to congress.
Tbe republican city committee met Sat
urday evening pursuant to Chairman Col
lin's call, and it was decided to hold tbe
ward caucuses Friday evening, Aug. 12.
to select delegates to the county convent
tion to beheld at the court house, Aug.
15. at 11 a. m. Tbe chairman also ad
monishes the delegates to meet at tbe
Harper next evening to fix things up.
Chairman Haas, of the republican
congressional committee, is out of town.
It has been given out by tbe Union that
be has gone into the country for bis
health, but there are other rumors more
likely to be accepted. One is that he is
away on a mission which purely concerns
himself, and another is that be ia work
ing up the lower end of the district for
Geat. The latter ia more apt to be true
than either of the others. It ia no doubt
tbe real explanation of bia present ab
sence from Rock Island.
Fcixv 100,000 men. it is believed, will
participate in the parade on the occa"
sion of the dedication of tbe World's
Fair buildinzs in October. Such is the
estimate of Secretary Culp of the com
mittee haviDg the preparations for the
ceremonies in charge. He says that ac
ceptances are very numerous to the ins
vitation to civic and fraternal societies
to participate. Tbe militiamen and
"regulars" who will participate wiil
number about 10,000.
Altgreld as an Oak,
Quincy Herald :
Juoce AUtreld'a nomination was in re
eponee to the demand of tbe Cook coun
ty democracy, who krew him best and
rated his strength at its full value. The
Cook county democracy, for their nu
raercial strength and the kjreat possibili
ties '-bat mis?nt spring from their cam
paign, were entitled to much consiaera
tioo from the party representatives fr-m
tbe rest of the ct ate. Ibey received it.
AH opposition died with his success. The
charges that be was tbe candidate of a
clique or 'faction were disproved and all
democratic interests united in the senti
ment that the part of wisdom was dis
played by the conventiou that selected
him as their standard bearer. Tne can
vass is developing mightily tbe fact that
he is tbe strongest man in the state, and
unconscious tribute is paid to bis possess
ion of the roanlv quality of power. He
stands, indeed, as a stalwart oak, with a
heart of gol J, and is therefore in common
parlance tbe "wooden man with a gold
lining," which the Whig playfully av
cuses filhe JHerald of styling him in tbe
antenomination days. Hurrah for tbe
"sturdy oak with heart of gold "
Hefore Storking 'Were "Fast Illarlt."
Every one remembers tbe difficulty that
the manufacturers of hosiery encountered
when they first introduced black goods, on
account of the dye. It was impossible to
get a fast black, one that would not crock,
or come off on the underwear or skin. It
was not only vexatious but ludicrous in
some cases to remember the effect pro
duced. This was often the case in regard
to their use by children. Tales of revolt
came from the nurseries at bathing time,
when some of the more sensitive and fas
tidious little ones would not wear stock
ings that they declared made them look,
like black ieople, and many nurses and
mothers still remember their struggles of
those days amid laughter and tenrs be
fore the black stains were scrubbed from
little, white, shapely limbs.
It was as great nn annoyance to older
people liesiiles, sometimes poisoning the
skin and causing eruptions. After awhile
this was remedied, but then another
trouble arose they turned a dingy gray
or green when washed. Hut ingenuity
was at work, as the black stocking seemed
to fill a long felt want, and many experi
ments were tried to produce a fast black
dye that would neither change color in
washing nor come off in wearing. Money
was freely spent in all kinds of chemical
experiments and after several years of
patient research success came. Dry Goods
Crest Men Who AVere Short in Stature.
Confucius was a man of middle height.
We should nave preferred him short. Hut
one must not rob a man of his inches to fit
a theory, Socrates was stumpy, also St.
Paul, and Alexander the Great, great only
as a warrior. In stature both he and his
far more intellectual father, Philip of
Macedon, scarce reached middle height.
In this regard we may rank them with the
famous Spartan general, Agesilatts; with
Attila, the ''Scourge of God'' broad shoul
dered, thickset, sinewy, short; with Theo
doric II, king of the Goths, of whom O.s
siodorus writes, "He is rather short than
tall, somewhat stout, with shapely limbs
alike lithe a::tl strong." Aetius, too, com
mander in chief of the Koiiian rrnops, and
prop of the tottering Roman empire in tiie
days of the Valetititiian. was a man of low
stature, therein resembling Titno::r the
Tartar, self described as n "puny, lame,
decrepit little wight, though lord of Asia
and Terror of the World;" iilso the great
Conde aul his pygmy contemporary. Mar
shal Luxembourg, nicknamed "The Lit
tle" by those who admired him for mak
ing Louis XIV. Gentleman's Magazine.
Mars i:ii1 It Twi Moons.
The most interesting of all moons are
the two that attend Mars, each about
sixty miles in diameter. That planet is
just oue-half the size of the earth: its sur
face is divided into continents and seas
having as much land as water; it has an
atmosphere, clouds frequently concealing
its face, and its seasons are about the same
as here,' though the winters are colder.
Because one of its moons travels around it
three times as fast as Mars itself terns, it
appears to rise in the west and set ia the
east, while the other, really circling in the
same direction at a speed comparatively
slow, rises in the east and sets in the west.
Thus both moons are seen in the heavens
at the same time, going opposite ways.
Mrs. Henpec (playfully) I don't see why
big dog like that should be cfraid of u
little girl like you.
Little Girl We's been together so long,
I guess he links I'm his wife. Good Xews.
A Good Inveatment.
A farmer can make no better investment
for his family than to buy it few acres of
ground where he can get it nt cheap rates,
and plant it with walnuts. In twenty
years an acre of walnut trees will lie worth
$10,000 for the wood alone, to say nothing
of the walnuts, which are a reliable and
salable crop. The tree is of rapid growth.
yet the wood is hard durable and always
in demand. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The deerskin mantle once- used by King
Powhattan is now carefully preserved in
theAshmolcan museum along with fea
therwork and other articles of Indian
workmanship brought back by the early
THE HAND IS AN INDEX
Ostrich plumes are part of almost every
ceremonial of the infinite superstitions of
many Indian tribes. Any white or bright
hued plume is of good omen "good medi
cine," as the Indian would put it.
A resident of Stamford, N. Y., is the
proud possessor of a rare relic of the Rev
olutionary war nothing less than the
watch which Major Andre offered as ran
som to his captors.
Hardness of hearing arising from cold,
catarrh and other affections may be allevi
ated and often cured, but when the drum
of the ear is ruptured nothing whatever
can be done.
MURDERERS' HANDS ARE GENERALLY
Siure Attention Hma Iteen raid to Chiro
mancy, the Lines on tliv Hands of Con
victed Murderers Have Borne Ont the
Laws First Laid Down.
Has the murderer a distinctive hand?
The question has been frequently asked,
bnt seldom intelligently answered. Very
few people, aside from deputy sheriffs,
policemen and jailers ever come in contact
with slayers of human beings, and even
those whose duties compel constant asso
ciation with them seldom make a more
critical exams nat ion of the prisoner than a
mere search for scars or other marks of
identification. French savants have pur
sued the study of chiromancy further per
haps than scientists of any other nation
ality, and after years of diligent research
and investigation several of them assert
positively that the hand is far more indic
ative of character than the face or forma
tion of the skull. According to their be
lief the thumb stamps the murderer.
The chief characteristics of the murder
er's hand are these: The thumb is short and
thick, with a round, bulbous appearance
at the first phalange. The nail is broad
and flat, and generally imbedded in the
flesh, which rises above it at the tip and
sides. This tlwimb is called by the French
the pouce en bille, or baldheaded t humb.
The thickness of the Mount of Mars at the
outer edge of the hand is only second to
the baldheaded thumb in importance, as
from this the blood flows direct to the
brain and causes the lurid flame in the as
sassin's eyes when he is about to strike.
The lines in the palm of the hand are bad
signs under certain conditions. If they
are reduced to three in number, or some
times ouly.two, as has been frequently
noticed, they stamp the possessor as a
dajjgerous person. Add to this a deep
red or scarlet coloring of the lines, and the
case is almost invariably aggravated, as it
is indicative of sullenness, cruelty and
determination. Crooked fingers with
spatulous tips and small, uneven nails are
ominous markings, and are generally
found on hands the palms of which are
elongated to from one and one-third to one
and a half times the length of the fingers.
These peculiarities are common only to the
born murderer and are not apt to be found
on the burglar who murders in order
to escape, the man who kills in self defense
or the lunatic who butchers his victim
while laboring under an hallucination.
The hand of Deeming, the wholesale
murderer of women and children, is of in
terest to everybody in this connection. It
is described as having a broad, bulbous
thumb, with the nail imbedded in the
flesh, but the drawings made of the hand
at the time do not show further charac
teristics of the born murderer. His voice
was soft and there was something capti
vating about his manner, a fact which
easily explained his wonderful influence
over the gentle sex.
Maxwell, who deliberately murdered his
best friend, C. Arthur l'reller, at the
Southern hotel a few years ng, possessed
the hand of a murderer to a very pro
nounced degree. His hands were small
and soft anil were well cared for, but the
markings thut stamp the murderer were
there never to be effaced. The baldhead
ed thumb was prominent, the lines of the
palm were scarlet and three in number,
while the palm was elongated and the
Mount of Mars thick. The finger nails
were well keitt. but were deep set iu the
flesh. He allowed them to grow to a me
dium length, and in that particular his
band was an exception to the rule. He
was always well dressed and had the beitr
ing of a gentleman, but the fingers were
fat, indicating avarice and a determination
to secure money at anv cost.
On George Schafer's hand the scaffold
sign is very plain, yet there are distinct
lines in the palm without the slightest
shade of red or scarlet coloring. Schafer
has been convicted of murder in the first
degree, and the evidence showed that there
was scarcely an extenuating circumstance
in the murderer's favor. The jury consid
ered the deed a murder in cold blood and
rendered a verdict accordingly. Schafer's
hand is marked by a long palm, and ad
ded to this strong indication of animalism
are fingers short and stuffy with spatulous
tips and a bullions thumb.
T.he contrary is noticeable in the case of
Sam Welsor, who killed his mistress be
cause of jealousy. The bad feature of
Welsor's hand is the baldhended t humb,
aside from which the indications of the
murderer are lacking. The thumb is,
however, a perfect pouce en bille, or mur
derer's thumb. The Mount of Mars is
slightly thicker than the proportions of
the perfect hand and arm permit, but the
palm is short and well proportioned.
Schafer has a peculiar, piercing eye that
would stamp him as a bad man anywhere
among criminal experts, and the forma
tion of his head is irregular.
The reporter visited "murderers' row"
in the Four Courts jail, in which there are
nineteen persons, male and female, con
fined on charges of murder. Of this num
ber several have been convicted, some have
confessed, while against all of them there
is strong proof of guilt. Several of the
prisoners were peculiarly superstitious in
regard to submitting to nn examination of
their hands, and this difficulty was en
countered to a far greater degree among
the whites than the negroes. One of the
former declared he had leen hoodooed by
allowing a gypsy fortune teller to examine
his hands, and thrust them into his pock
ets in order to prevent the newspaper man
from seeing them. Only one of the negroes
refused to submit to an examination. He
said that if he allowed any one to look at
his hands he would lie sure to "go out the
back way" a reference to the scaffold in
the rear of the jail. St. Louis Globe-Detu-
The Cost of Cable Ituilways.
The most serious objections to the cable
system are its first cost, the cost of ojierat.
ing and depreciation, aud cost of repairs,
etc. The cable in use generally measures
i inches in diameter. It is manufactured
in lengths of :!O,O0O feet and weighs about
13,000 pounds to the mile. Its life varies
from six to fifteen months, while some
have lasted only a few weeks. Each cabl
of ordinary length costs from $0,000 to
$10,000. San Francisco leads the world in
the number of its miles of cable roads. In
California the cables last longer than any
where else iu this country, owing to the
absence of frosts and the comparatively
light loads drawu. New York Sun.
Insects That Outbuild Man.
Tbe largest pyramid in Egypt is 146
yards high that is, about ninety, times the
average height of man; whereas the nests
of the termites are 1,000 times the height
of the insects which construct them. Their
habitations are thus twelve times higher
than the largest specimen of architecture
raised by human bands. Philadelphia
An Undisputed Test of Merit
A tnedicice that bas been a household
remedy for over 50 ears and used in that
time by more than 150,000,000 persons
must have great merit. Much a medicine
is found in Brandretb's Pills. This fact
demonstrates the value of these pills bet
ter than anv statement of the proprietors.
It will be observed that the dose required
to cure is small. Oce or two pills taken
every night for 10 or 20 days will cure
dyspepsia, costivenees, rheumatism, liver
complaint, biliousness, or any disease
arising from an impure state of the
Brsndretb's Pills are pnrelv vegetable,
absolutely harmless, and sife to take at
Sold in every drug and medicine store,
either plain or sugar coated.
Somebody Sets a Trap for Every
Strea of Good Luck.
Krause's German Oil.of much repute in
Germany, where it bas been in use for
many years, is the property of Norman
Licbty in the United States. Envious
competitors without any brains or enter
prise of their own, have set a trap for
tbe public, and are offering vile and
worthless imitations, under a similar
name and of a similar style. Tbe public
are cautioned against buying this medi
cine unless the label plainly reads,
Krause's German Oil. Be sure you get
tbe genuine, and don't get taken in by a
counterfeit. For sale by Hartz & Bahn
Bradfield's Female Regulator
bas won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring reputation. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the remit
of tbe experionce of one who made the
diseases of women a lifetlong study.
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leavinc
the woman free from pain at tnese per
iods. Soldby Hartz & Bahnsen.
Expected to Die.
Was Told She Could Not
An instance of what neglected Ca'arrh will lead
to Is given in the cttcof Mr Anna Louipoii,
whose statement? follow, and who puttered in the
moHt serious manner from 11 aiiache. Soiie
Tii ho t, lie-rNtus, Bronchitis, Asthma. I imi
Trouble. Catarrh or Stomach, and Njbhh'
Mrs Louison liven at tbe CO ner of River Road
and Bridge Ate. 7hefayH:
At v tmiiiiie neuan reti iv lour venr aro. witn
catarrh of the head. 1 tiad vio ent heHdarlie. tie
top of my head beini; nearly j-pllt by the pain.
ly nose ana t eaa Htoppeil np. JMy none wai oi v
and painful, and th ugh I puullVd up ail kind? f
remedied, X could not make it moiHt or eTp the
burning. Mv tlirutt became eo tore that I found
it almost impossible to wallow. t win fever
ishly dry una my mon h wi dry and hot hUmi. 1
had tevere pains in my brei-m and bicn and -
fnl ftitches iu the aide. I contractei a oevt;re
connti which was very distresclng. 1 had no ap-p-
tile, ard food distrepped me. I also had faint
ing tpells. 1 ai told I wosld die from coneuuip
tion. It seemed Imaoosihle for me to breathe. I
have been under treatment ih'ee ww-kn and now
have no fnintinc ppellu, and my ca'arrh in entirely
curei. 1 recomi.end those tHic;'d to applv to
thetHOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
NOW IS THE TIME,
One Month's Treatment in Summer
Equal to Three in Winter.
The present warm weather iJ a boon lo sufferer-
f iom mtarrh. For these reasons
In the first place, there is lies l'aliility, at this
period of tbe year, to take cold than at any other
time Consequently there H no irritating cause
of delay In cure or probability of a relapse.
Secondly, the climate is all that can be desired.
Thirdly, nature is kindly in summer and lends
its tes aid to the efforts of the ph., eic'an. One
month's treatment now is worth ttiree in wint r.
Now is the lime and the opportunity is j ist
what is desired for the worst cases. Do not let it
po, by tliii.kinc you will eet wet (for with the
ur!-t old, jour trouble will return wor c thin ev
er), but place yourself under the treatment em
ployed at Scoit Medical Institute and have done
for yon in the next tw months what mipht not be
p ssiblc to be effected until l exl summer.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, Eve. Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lunes and all forms of
Chronic Diseases, no matter bow long
standing. No case taken where there is
anv doubt of a complete cure.
Special attention given to diseases of
women and children.
SCOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Office nours 9 to 11 a. m .. 2 to 4 p. m.. to 8 p.
m. Rooms 5 and 6 Kyan bl-jck, over Boston store,
corner Seeord and Brady streets. No office hours
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
Office Corner Fifteenth streat and Third Ave,
Succeeds tbe Moline Savings Bank. Orgnnlaed 1869
5 PEE CEJiT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under Btate Liws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. tn., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 8.
Vobtir Pkinkbr, - - President
H. A. aiksworth, - Vice-President
C. P. Bbuhwat. - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells.
C.A.Rose, M . A. Ainsworth,
Andrew rrtberr, V. F. Hemenway,
SlTAtlYr km. A ararvallqutjBvTao-
The NationalHymwKhthe World's Pair
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
My Country: 'tis of tv.e
Sweet land of libertv :
Of thee I sing;
Land where our fathers
Land where our Mothe-e.
Over the wash-tub tied
Let freedom ring.
My native country thee
Land of the noble, f ree
Thy name I love ;
I love thy tucks and frlHs
But oh: what laundrvbiii--My
soul with horrorth-ils-When
I think ot thee.
Let music swell the breeze.
And blow through all the
Hail SANTA CLAUS:
Let tired mortals wake
And gladly try a cake.
Let all for cleanness suk;
Join the applause.
N.K.FairbankCo. 0 r 1
J. B. ZIMMER,
Has just received a large !crc!cc of the latest Imported aid Domestic Spring and Srr-",
Snitlnps, which he is selling at f 25.00 and np. His line of oYercoatinra cannot be lxct"iri
west of Chicago. A rery flte line of pants, which he is selling at $6.00 and nr. Ca::'crj
and make J onr selection while tbe stock is complete.
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
Only S2.50 Per Cation
j. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Averse
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and JBu.ild.er,
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 111 Fourth avrnnp.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work ; also agent o f Vi'ilier's haten niae
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylieh and desirable.
BOCK ISLAND. .
HORST VON KOEOKRITZ,
ANALYTIC AND DISPENSING
Will be located on Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street on or before August 1.
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
iAil k:nds of Cut Floweis constantly on band.
Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest I- Ia. 804 Brady Street. Davcnport.Iow .
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Bvailder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8t. . . Tf i T i J
and Seventh Avenue, 1XOCK ISiantl
Gsf All kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimates for all kinds of buildings
furnished on application.
m GANHODD RESTORED
Pi' J V L.r- ot Brum IVw r. FlfMilitiht. W'MkfetultieM!- I-tkut Mnh(MKi Nikihtlv K"ii
Fiorts, KerroiiMie. laHi utile. alM mint mid lo tf power of the
Oman in eittiur flex ranso I oy r exertion, youthful err
UMeof tobacco, oimim or ttttniulantfl wuichaoon lend to lnflrn i-. O c-uutp1
tion and Insanity. Put up convenient t arry invent pocket. I t lr P1
niUi- t ff..r ft With urnr C . nilar m-a ..fri ii tim t,f t', rrt
akthr t MN. or ref'uwt toe moHtu- Circular tree. i urees Serve heed o. Cuivttifo
For Bale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 3d Are .and 20th. street.
JQ)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN AT.T. DEPARTMENTS.
"FOB CATALOG TJXB ADD RE 88
J. C. DUNCAN, Darenpoxt.