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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Is, 1892.
TITIO T3 SELL PEAL ESTATE.
ITATK OF H.I.IWT5. 1
JUCX ISLalB CoCSTI. I
Te the Dr m" er trrm. a. d. lMi. cf the eoacty
Kit, la imbt'e.
lathe ua.ter of the est are of William X.
Jehn Pchaf'r Jr . a 'mi-.t-trator Cm Mamen
to m!X'1 'he last "ill a du-'amrni of ia'il
kaa N . J"bnr . mi h4. petitioner. s. John
A-Johnson. Myron ll.worth J. bcioa, barks
k-MnJocmon, illia-a C. Jour s-TO. Bamnel C.
Jonmeoo, Kelieeca sunlc. Ann Hewitt, Martha
K Rrnjam n, arha t. Murtin, Sarah L. Hewvt,
Kflm E. Ftcken and Emrna K Martin, defend
at Pc'lt on toell r-a etato pay debta
The the an-w aimed mm reri-lent defendants,
and each them.
AmaaTit "f yoor no-redsnee baring be.-n
Mod ra the offlr of the rlerfc of i d count j court,
hr-rhv riven to on. that the abre
aanad efrnplainant" ha-e Bled in raid coart
a petition for the aale of real estate f which
aajj William I. Jobnon diet seized,
w shirk too are named defendants:
at a sammnot in chancery ha been hvued in
ad raaae apaine: Ton retnrnaole to toe next term
at said circuit coart to be beznn ani bo den a the
(art bone ii the city of ru ck la and in tatd
ewanty on the 4rt Monday of recember, A. D
Writ at which time and ntce o will a?peir and
wlrel. answer, or cemor to ail petition if yon see
At, end tljat yoar defaart will he enter! aQlet
ra ann -ar in uld coart by the rst Monday of
fee January t.rtn next .
Boca Islasd, Til.. Morember 10. A. n. 1M.
Clerk of said coart
ttwirurr X '". 'toni' for ef tin
KeUte of Jeph K'.nnaa, deceased.
Theuaderatirned having been appointed exeen
tar of tbe laet will iLd testunect of Jostph
Kiwaan, 'a- of the county of Rock bland,
tatc of Illinois, deceased, hereby eirts notice
mnat he will appear before the outs'? coart of
Jtork Island coanty, at 'he office of tbe clerk of
aid coart, in 'he c'tro' R-xk Island,! the Jao
larr tens, on the flr fo-)dt in January nei .
at which time all nersona h1ng elaitna ajrainf.
aid entate are notified and reqneeted to arcn''
tot the purpoke of harine the ameadjosted. Al!
perkon indebted to "aid -tat'; are reqnetd to
at.- immediau payment to the nnder-Urned.
Da'el tb:s 1t d-.y of Xor-niVr, A. D l".
4 f. M.ATT'?''. 'wtoi.
Erttatof Ellen Mi.l! ieham. Iereod.
Th andrr!p't" hv:nz br-t-a appointed
furor nf w U vA t?t(in.,i'iit of tl.en Mid
dlhftni. ;! of t-on-.tyo' Hork .Ianfi.-a c i
lii'n':. d-r.- . herirhy jrive notice 'Git n.. v.
vpisr h?fare tht CfHiDty conn rf KXk l-:r
eon'T. T h ntTf - of iht ''f-rfa of !;! cuurU
the "i y f R n l-''n1. a' the Jn arr, i-rai.
he F?rt Mniv in .Iftnn.ira ai w i-r.h t;:x.
ail ir-OT; h v.rk.' claim- .a.n-t e.a?j; r.
oCi'"e-i and ftnf-ied to i-tr.'i forthe .npcf o'
fcavii j tijt7if adjntel. AM perfns ini
an pa;d e-at-are rqi d to make tum' .''
pftynen" h rnder-(irr-d.
Bved 'h - -nd div Nwmh r. K. I.
WW. (TW! ONE, -eoiiTor.
0XB;e Corner Flftcesth atreet and Third Ave.
ccce3 the Moline Saving! Bank. Orgm:i 1S69
i PE-CET.;iSTKBT PAID 05 DEPOSITS.
'n;aniaed ander State Liwu.
sen fron 9 a. rn. to 8 p. ra., and Wedne'dsy ard
Saturday irighu from T to 8.
"nTn vtijitn, - Prea'dent
3. A. mwoRTH, - - Vice-Preident
v. F. HcHKxwaT, ... caehler
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wella.
f!. .Roe. 1. A. Alnsworth,
6 H. K1war1. W. H. Adama.
Andrew Fnb-n-, r. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the rarden J
pot of the west by the j
Orchard State Bank
of OKCn.UtD, NEBRASKA.;
E. W.Dart, President.
J. S. DtT; Ca-hier.
Mitchell Lyndc. Bankers.
1. P. Rolinon, Cashier Rok Icland National
C. O. Carter, M.I).
Henry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Oro?er.
1JTOKNBT AT LAW Office in Mitchell A
TLyndfc's new block.
JACKSON & HCRST,
l TTOKlf EY8 AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
Lsitional Bank Building, Rock Island. 111.
I .D. SWICKST. O. L. WA UIR.
8WEEXET k WALKER,
ATTORNSY8 AND COUNSKLIjORS AT LAW
JHc In Beni?rton'8 hloek. Rock Island, I'.l.
MtEMRT tt McESlRI",
1 TTORN EY'S AT LAW Loan money or rr
Xi sscnnty.maKecoiiecnmis. Kererenee, ttch
slid) Lycde. bankers. Otfice in Postoffica hiock
S. W. 0DLLI,
TTORN KY AT LAW Formerly of Port P.yron.
and durtnir the past two years with the Qrm of
JrowiHnff A bntriken at Molinn. hak now op-ned
in oftioe in the .kndilormm building, rxm S, at
C. I. Sa.m.s. S. W. StiBLS.
SEARLE & 8EARLE,
I TTPTRN ETrX and Connsellcjrs at Law and Sj
-Tlicltors In Chancery ; office Bcjord'a block,
,T WILL MOT
M YOU TAKB
fOO Wwari ant a i
auaataaoa la I
fa thaaa Capaalaa.
Will Cur an
iionar rafundad If aaa
a a aay. Sasi poarpaM
raoalp ol prtaa. "
Twtal r-Ylv Caaiaa.
MORMAM '-rOHTY. PAWLT OMMT.
Dm Molnan, WaV
For sale bv all drn-rRlatt. Harta A Eabnaea
It CirremCoW. Cos fca Sr Threat. Cro lafiaea
aa,Waeepis( Ceef kirsneaittsaaa Astaiaa. r
ktia nt fcf CoraiiaiptiOn la km tiara, aaS tam ttc
a, adTaaeed stasia, c at Taa wi 1 ee the
eaeelleat effect after takiac the arat Ma
j J.ii.ri i I j - Larc tank. 66 nl kit fLaa,
Healthful. Agreeable, Cleaising,
tThapped Hands, Wounds, Bunn, Eta
Ecnores and Prevents Dani ruff.
mmm family ijcap,
Best for General Household Use
Unlike ilia Dutcii Process
Gft No AHvflics
i-JTU are ni in th
W. BAKEK&( 0.,S
vhirh is abolMtetff
pure and tolublu
It bas moreAinf hret timet
I tkttTfuth of Cocoa mixed
i with Starch, Arrowr-xit or
Stiear. and is far mote eco
nomical, crating le tha one cent t cp.
It is delicions, noorishing, and lJtsu.T
Sold by Grocer ererjuhtra.
W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchetter, Ilaw.
A new and To-rplete T.eatment, cons;t:nz of
t'ipfiosttorie. Ointment in Oapsul , also in Box
at.d Pi. U; A Po-iiivi? t ore for Ex'emal. lllint or
Bieedinir 'tchini. Chronic Recen or Hereditary
Pil-s Fr.an.E WEAK5KSHXS and tnvn oner iis
eise; :t is always a trrcal benefit to th" general
health, i he first discovery of a medical tore ren
dering an operation with the ktdfe nnmcessary
i ereafter. This K medy has never beer known
to fail, rl per box. 6 for $5; sent bv tn&i . Why
enffer from this terriable dis ase when a written
enarantee is positiv.y given with S bottler, to re
fnnd tbe money if not enrcd. fn l s itnp for
fre samy'e. Gnarantee issned byonr ag nt.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts Ilk-- mtpic on the tTmach. Liver a i.l Bow
ea;dist.els liyiep:a, Bi!lonsoe-s, Fever. Colds,
Nervoos Iisorders,leepiessness. of Ape:ite.
resuire the coniplecnon; rx-rfect d'tres..on f.tl
lows ttietr nse. Pos tiv-carM or Sick Beidichi
and Co-i'tipsfioT". mr.. mild, asytotak": Large
Viai- r.r -ji fs as r ents.
IIARTZ & BAUNS--.N Sole Afenu Koci; lrlaad
H THOMAS Sole Agen"
Rcv- I, lard.
fi'rnr -zra f..
5- W-'Vlf Ak your Truest for a '
'M'C'V Jjowa cf Big U. In only fe-
pf non fwj-mtme rcnieay lora. l Mi
r , the 'Jui n-iiiiil dischanrp ani
f i5i f nvcKj ii :iruscs ol men aou tl
fi :rTvfi debilitating weakness peouli ir
I '' 1M (livi witrintit the aid c
i ine i mrernni American ivrr.
Manufaotur d by
i,r. ii-.-- Vi.J;.r.i-: hi ir.uaa.
'iy v!i t.MDttE-iQFa ""'i U.B l . NO
?,-y'f ST' mr.CH Mt3'"T'0l'. NO UMCCI-
TSIiiTt OS tl'S'fr.lSTIitkST, -utport.
Q. 5('a4 V - tt-,i mi-.re the wo'nt frwt in 1 Ihwit
aMataaatae uiai '-, n.un :.) ftr ; . Cirrciao- n
" IhEfEPU OfUO CO
fnl. fnrt-. t ti .RflHH ST ""I'lilt
Dr. Kenlron'i HRbabe Rrtn-y. Famona rvery
wberr amonK the ladm aa aa'e. Dromi an
Tectnal Th.-oriirnal mumnn1' talTatw Prtre
flaectdit ct. realcd ; -t. formation ftr. Adaraaa
Cat on Moriral Co , Boat-m,
aa A M L. V laOR wmi th Oniv Laaitjt Aata
VITALITY kmmwm. A M arvalloua J Bl Tao-
if: i iii i
1 ?J I i 2 E
r$J&y 3 to 6 OAV&Sipif'
teSw GrAND3 A
awj WILL NOT CAUSE ln
lp& STRICTURE, ask fob
f CI 1 Bis Q mo pain, no stajn I yf'J
WLrtSa Fuu- tMSTSucTKma with each rf
Vav4 aoTTLC. at AO. DffiioGioTa, Ji Zfm
wL"S Central Ch-r..ical Co, I j
:-?Vni9 Evass Ch' meal Co.
X'VNk. CINCINNATI, O. .--1
SJk ,5 rof. nir.FrEMB en's
m v " .- - - ,ir.
aulCH aaa POflTltl daurarair
HE KNEW HIS BUSINESS.
Tbe' "Terror" Cave Him a Minate, Vw
It Took Him Only One 6eond.
A group of club loungers were ex !
changing reminiscences when the
youngest of the group spoke up in
a tone that promised a good Etory :
"I can tell you an experience I had
when I wa? with an engineering
party in Idaho a few years ago. A
prominent man in the camp had sud
denly disappeared, and it was gen
erally believed that Murphy or Des
perado Jack, as he was familiarly
known was accountable for the dis
appearance. Murphy was a typical
westerner, was born in the west, had
roved in the west for years, and it
goes without saying that he was an
expert at poker and a crack shot
"There were already eleven notch
es upon the handle of his revolver
when I met him. He was absolutely
fearless and was regarded as the ter
ror of the camp. Notwithstanding
the suspicions that arose concerning
the old colonel's disappearance, there
was no positive evidence that Mur
phy was the murderer, and probably
the right arm of the law would have
proved a little weak anyway in a
case in which Murphy was involved.
"I was playing poker one evening.
I had a dead cinch, I thought, on my
opponent, and the chances were in
favor of my becoming richer by
about $1,500 when Murphy saun
tered in. He lounged around for a
few minutes, but finding nothing
else to interest him he 6vag?ered
over to our table and watched the
game. Seeing that I was about to
win he remarked insoleutly to my
companion, Don't let that tender
foot get the bef-t of you. Put down
"I filed up in a second and was
ready to knock him down.
'"Stiddy, now, Billy; stiddy.'he
said to me jeeringly.
"Of cour? I lost my temper, called
him a murderer and accused him of
killing Brown, and added that every
body knew it. Eying me coolly, he
drew out a silver mounted derringer,
with the remark :
" "Young man, I'll give you just
one minute to take that back.' "
'"You killed the scoundrel with his
own gun of course," remarked a lis
tener iu the tone of one who had
anticipated the point of his story.
The narrator tilted back his chair
and thrust his tbuml in the arm
holes of his vest.
' Gentlemen," he remarked dryly,
"I had just lifty-nine seconds to
spare." New York Herald.
It Should b in ETery Hotse.
J. B. WilhOti, 871 Clay street, Sharps
burg. Pa., says be will , not be without
Dr King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, lhat it cured his
wife who was threatened with pneumonia
after an attack of "la grippe," when va
rious other remedies and several physi
cians had done her no good. Robert
Barber. f Coosport, Pa claims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him more
cood than anything bp ever lined for
lung trouble. Nothing like it. Try it.
Free trial bottles at Utrtz & BahoM-u's
drug store. Large bottles, 50c an1 $1.
ELECTRIC BITTERS .
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
menicirje dons not exist and it is guirant
ei d to do all tbi is claimed. Electric
BiT'.ers wi'l cure all di?east-s of the liver
and kidneys will remove pim.les. boils,
8It rLi'iim and other anVctions caused by
impure bl'iod. Will drivf malaria from
the f ystem and prevent as well rs cure all
tna'triil fevers For c ire of headacbe,
constipation ai.d indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entire satis'action guaranteed,
or money refunded Price 5(1 cents and
1.00 per bottle at II art z & Bannsen's
BUCKXBH'6 ARNICA &aXVB
The best salve in the world for can.,
bruises, sores, uicvra, sa!t rheum, fever
aor-8, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
co-t.8 and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cires piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refundsd. Price 25 cinta per
box. For salf bv Hart & Buhnsen
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treat i-e and $2 trial bottle free to
f.t cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggisu; c-.ll on yours.
"When Baby was rick, we gave her Castoria.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Ca-storia,
When she became Zliffi, she clung to Castoria,
Vhen she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to ase it. ,
Children Cry for
For b- auy. for comfort, for improve
men of tb complexion, o oulj Pob
tori's P'wi! r-ihr i r.jihing eaual to.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. -
Couebine lead- u consumption
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough aft
Faylna: the Foreigner's Taxea.
One of the interesting facta brought
out by Mr. Carlisle in the course of bia
recent speech in tbe 6ecate was that the
McKinley act took $4,629,750 from the
pockets cf Americans and put it into the
pockets of Welsh tin plate manufactur
ers during the fiscal year ending Jane
30, 1891. Mr. Carlisle stated this as tbe
result of an investigation made at his
request by a high authority on such snb
ject in England. As soon as it became
known that the McKinley bill would
pass, which was the case even before
July 1, 1S90, American importers of tin
plate began to purchase in Wale3 in in
creased quantities so as to avoid the in
creased tariff tax, and the Welsh manu
facturers put np their prices with the
reeult just stated.
This result reached by an English in
vestigator corresponds with that reached
by comparing our custom house returns
for 1891 with those for previous years.
There is no disputing the fact that the
McKinley act put over $4,600,000 into
the pockets of the Welsh manufacturers
in one year. Mr. Carlisle's English in
vestigator found that the valne of the
Welsh mills engaged in the making of
this plate was $3,250,000. It follows
that the Welsh manufacturers have to
thank McKinley & Co. for an extra
profit, exceeding half the entire valne of
their mills in only one year, every cent
of which came out of the pockets of
American consumers. And this is Mc
Kinley patriotism. Chicago Herald
Protection la Robbery.
When raw material costs nothing, then
labor represents 100 per cent. If the for
eigner gets both raw material and labor
without cost, and the American gets his
raw material free and pays all to labor,
we should levy 1W per cent, duty for the
difference in wages. Yet thirtr-two tar
iff trusts are protected by duties rangiDg
from 101 to 233 percent, to pay the "dif
ference in wages," and in no one of them
is the difference in wages equal to 15 per
cent, of the foreign cost of the product.
The people pay all the cost of labor for
the tariff barons, and enough more for
the latter to "make enormous fortunes
when times are good'' by converting the
larger part of the pauper tax to their
The sole object of protection is rob
bery. It takes from the people by fale
pretense (which is larceny under the
statute), and converts to its own use the
trust fund it collects for the benefit of
its employees (which is also larceny).
The "protection" comes in when an at
tempt is made to prosecute for the lar
ceny, and the prosecutor finds the rob
ber "protected" from punishment. T.
many women Buffer f-om Exceaave or j
Scant Menatruatioo; they don't know
who to confide in to get proper advice
Son' coaSdc in anybody but try
Specific tor PAINFUL. PROFJSt,
SCAMY. SIPFSESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed free.
BFAOflSLP SG:'LAT03 CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
?T Hs ETA BAHSSKH
-ALL KINDS Or-
Gast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aLktsd
of Stoyea with Casting a 8 eenu
A MACHINE SHOP
iaa been added where an kinds of machine
work will b done firat-clasa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
i. M J
LO S H
D5 CD IkJ
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRfflG AMD FREIGHT WAG05J
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Bprinf Waeona, especially aaantea to tr.
Wee tern trade, of m peri or workranpfalc and llnUh. lllnetraied Price Llt free m
aiillcatlon. Bee the MOLINB WAjGON before pnrchaeuu!
H-HlHSCSKft PROTECT YOUR EYES I
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbirg dote on short notice and eatif faction guarantee d.
Qgoe and Show 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAM-
V J V ' - I
r.-rery y,nr. wnowouia
OM Hecreta and the
"3 ' arrtd I.lfe. h".ild
.j-. a ikrahms fK AlKN ONLY. To any earr.eM .....
li oupy ailtrely Free, in plain sealed c ver. "A refa.- 1
. . THE F.RiE MEP'CAL CO.. BUfr'
tsl THE r-O- JSZ cure. IMiM
SQhtftt.W .."2TZ? BROTr-f7 ' .r-V.TTork rrica60cta.fc'Z2iSlJ53
Opera lilo tajse Saloon I
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Seccod Arenne, Corner of Sixteenth
The choicest Wine. Liquors.
Free l.nnrh Everv Par
J. R. nollowbui'h, M. T. Geo. E. Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
pnT?in N8 akd Surg ions.
Otlce 40;33'd ?t. Telephone !0
Residence ril 21t st. " i:8S
D.-. Banh I lr. llollowbash--
9 to 10 a. m. I w to 13 a. m.
1 to S and 7 to 8 p. ra. a to 5 ai.d ' to s p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCnllough Bailding. m W. 3d St."
Honrs : 9 to 11 air ; 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mtbs, M. D. Geo. W. M"hkelkr,"M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ttirorr nil l.earn of Women.
office over Krell & Math's. Te'ephone 1113.
orricE hocbs :
DR. XTEBS I DR. WHEELER.
0 to 11 a. m. I 8 to 10 a m.
Ito i acd 7 to S p. m lto3 and 7 to S p. m.
tes. telephone 1200. Re. telephone, 1190.
R, H. PEARCE,
Boom 33 in Mitchell A Lrndc's new block.
DR. J. E. HAWTWE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the tew
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
ORSi B1GXEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block, Rooms 29-81
The Great EnglUh Remedy.
Promptly and perma
nently enrea all form of
Nervous Weakns. Etnls
siona, Bpermatorrhaa, Im
potenry and all eflrets of
aba or earese; been
prescribed over V years
id thonaads -f eaoea: ia
r."v. J j a t,a m,7 reliable and han-
omn.imuijiw. ert medicine knOAn: a.k
drnfrgtsta for Wod't PBoeraoDm; ir he offer
some wot thleas medicine In place o' ihis, leave
bta d fhoa st store, en' lose pne In letter, and
we will rend by return mail Price, one pteksge
f 1: six, $5; one wi'l pleav-e. six will enre; pm
phlet ta plala sealed t-n velope. I iirart; ad dress
THE WOOI CHEMICAL CO.,
1 SI Woodward aveno. Selron, Mia.
MR. H. mBaptiT,r.r
Tbe well-known i (ptirian of ,!.." .
(N. B. ror. Tin an 4 Olive) sr ,
rpolnted T fl. ThoBaV;,",'-
eel, bra ei Diamrnd 8pec aclf. L p1
plae, and aleo for ViB Lm ?;e"
tbange ble Spectacl, , and-J"
Tbe eaai-ea are tfce treate-t S
werm.de in apecurie, h't k , J,t
cono'rucUon ol me Li a p.rt,;?
chaeing a pmit of thee Sc.bj . v:
Glaa-e never ha- tocbsn 1 h '
from the eyea. and ?' ' Tni
. gnaranteed, ao tt., 7
theejer (no matter how r irAvJ - lv
LeDMeare) they will f-,m;.b
witL a new fa:r of i :B-it.a t?f r-?'r1
T. H. THOMAS ha-a f7i '.l.":''';,
and ilivitr all to en-i,f -t .'
of the great snirlorit..,f'iC.,'',"t'"!"
over ar.y and all other tov. iV
and examine the n-me at T Jf V"V,'C
drcirgigt and optician. lrc r'-
No Peddlers Snppliod.
RciitneGKAXnTTjrTIT t'i." I
p Ii..ri nr it..i w. .......
' ;i rnhi! f.na
X: - -
write f"r our wondrrrol lli :'
Opposite Harper's Theatre.
Beer snd Cigars always on Hand
ndwich Fntilifil on Short Notire.
A. D. HUESINt.
- K presents amona; other ttrae-tr.ee! lj we!
inown Fire Insurance Companies re fo.io.te:
Royal Insurance Company, ol Eciriar.d.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company ol N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., HnSfalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochaeter. N. Y.
Citiicns Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Ps.
San Pire Offlce. London.
Union Ins. Co., of Ca'.ilorcla.
Seenritv Ins. Co.. Kew Hivan, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wii
3ennan fire Ins. Co., of Peoria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th 8t., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ret.resentine over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado-
Bands of Suretyship.
OFFK'E Koom 21. Mitchell At Lvnde's V'fk.
Hock Islanu, Ills.
"becureuur rates; they will intercs yia.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran a3ord.
Your Patronaee ts aoliciied.
GEO. P. statjdtjhak:
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