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TILE AllGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1892.
ratUeasa Dally and Weekly at 1CN Second
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J- W- Potter,
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""; to adrance $1 .80.
Alaoauaonlcatione of a critical ar armoienla-
wharaeies, political or relkrtoaa, most hava
alaaaae attached for publication. Ha each
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Aaoyeaoas eommaoteaiioas aot noticed
. Jpodeee solicited fro srsry avaahao
1 Beak island coanty .
Wbdrksdat. NoTWBn 18. 189
ArrBB the 4th of March next New
York will be represented in the United
Slates senate by two democrats, for th e
tnl time in a generation. It is under
stood that Hiscock's successor will prob
ably be Edward Murphy of Troy, chair
. aaaa of the New York democratic state
committee. Either William C. Whitney
or Bourke Cochran will adorn the place;
but it is said that neither of them desires
it. Roswell P. Flower would also -fill
the bill," and his selection would fciye
New York a brainy young democratic
oernor in the person of William F.
8heehan, of Buffalo, now lieutenant gov
ernor. Senator Hill is from the interior
f the elate (Elmirn) and his colleague
miflht naturally be expected to be chosen
from New York City, which furnishes the
democratic majority of the state. Mr
Murphy, the prospective senator, is stid
to be a nun of wealth, liberal educiiion
and decided ability.
Governor Fifer is attempting to divert
his mind from things political in view of
the disaster that recently overtook him,
by bunting ducks, in company wiih a
number of sympathetic friends up on the
Meredosia. To a reporter who talked to
kirn before be changed his campaign
from a wi d goose to a wild duck cbasu
the governor sang the song that all re
publicans are singing now. He wa9
glad the democrats had gnten the whole
thing as long as they are abou;it.
When asked as to his opinion of the
causes of defeat the governor eounhi
consolation by saying: "Tbey were
mainly national and nt local, in my
judgment. The repuMicnos bva been
in power a long time, got iird of hold
ing on, and became lukewarm an.i in
different as to the result. The demo
crats were i.nxious to get in, and were
active, nggres-.iv and well organiz.-d
A great many were mule to beiit.vc that
they were bci g robbed by the tariff, atd
that. too. in face of the fact that the
country was never more prosoerous thin
sow. Ltbor was never more universally
employed, and at better wages. I t'-in k
the laboring men who vo.od the demo
cratic ticket would find it d fflcult to
answer to tbe nselves why they favon d a
change. I say the causes were mnin'y
national, for the reason that the disaster
is as broad as ihe republic itseif. These
national causes contributed mainly
to our defeat in Illinois. There
was some German Lutheran dis
satisfaction, but I do not be
lieve that this was so ereat as some sup
posed. As an evidence of this, Mr Gill,
the democrntic'.lleutenant governor elect,
was a member of the lower horme an i
voted for tte passage of the school law.
I think it will be found that he has re
ceived more Vjtes in the stale than has
Judge Altgeld. I believe also that our
state ticket has runjfar ahead of our na
tional ticket. This would indicate that
the school question did not cut much
Kure " comcBi. However, it d ubt
lets had its influence and was one of the
factors that contributed to our defeat.
I think also that the difflrailtiea t llnmo
stead had something to do in turning the
iBDcrvoie against us. me demnrrtta
kaye gained a great victory. They have
uw wiine eiepoaui on 'heir bands,
and the question is, what will tbey do
With him T I Relieve it ia a Inrinmi.
thing they have a majority in the United
States senate, thus giving tbern all the
Brancoes oi me iaw-maKing power of the
On the whole the rrovprnnr nnohi tn
be satisfied with the result. He may
now get "down among the common
peoDle." and meanwhile, the itmn...'.
will take creof the "white elephan." that
uas cnustu D m so much anxiety.
The Virttm for Sacrifice,
Senator Cullom of Illinois, who, with
John C. New. cr n u general to Lon
don, and Chauncey ai. Uepew, led the
supporters or Air. Uairmon at the Minne
neapolis convention, has said since the
election that he thinks the republican
defeat can be f irly attributed to tte
McKinley bill. This expression is sig
nificant as showing the drift of repub
lican leaders and papers for the past
few days. There is no concealment of
their criticism of McKinley and of Mc-
Einleyisv. , They are swift to denounce
the man and bis offspring for inviting
tne oeieat wnicD has come to them. All
of which is said and done with exceed
ingly bad grace. No republican paper
f any importance had the courage
during the campaign or immediately in
advance of the rational convention
which fathered high protection to offer
word in denunciation of that form of
fraud and robbery. Tbey upheld it n
their latest issue before the election and
they eulogized McKinley as a hero. If
they believed high tariff either rgtu or
politic on the 7th of November mere if
no consistency in their flopping on the
9th of November. In other words Mr.
McKinley needs their sympathy now
neb more than he wanted it a week
AN ODD EXPRESSION.
WHAT CARRYING THE BANNE R MEANS
TO A MAN WITHOUT A HOME. .
It Mean. Walking the Streets All Nla-ht
When You Haven't Money Knoagh to Pay
for a Bed A Umn in Cheap Meal, and
Cheap LrfxIajints In Uif CUr.
On a certain wet and blusteritg night an
Id resident of Brooklyn crossed the bridge
from New York, and, while atanJing tinder
over at the Sands street entrnnce, heard
some person say, with a very pronounced
"It's a bad night tc aairy t banner,
The owner of tba eockney accent proved
to be a yonng man not more than twenty
two or twenty-three years of age . He wore
a particularly shabby looking suit of some
tbin and cheap material, a verj much dis
colored flannel shirt, a twentf-five cent
hat, and his shoes were cracked and thor
oughly soaked. He had a turned up, saucy
looking nose, a good humored mouth and
very bright hazel eyes altogether a rather
prepossessing face, although the cheeks
were hollow and the complexion very pallid.
"What do you mean by carrying the ban
ner?" a.sked the old resilient. He had
been rather favorably impressed by the
young man addressing him as sir. In all
his previous experience mcr of his appear
ance had called him boss.
"Why, don't you know, sir?" exclaimed
the possessor of the cockney accent in a
bright and breezy maimer that proved his
spirits had not been affected tc any appre
ciable extent by the damp and depressing
weather; "it means when a fell jw does not
have the price of a bed and h is to walk
the streets all night."
"And do you expect to carry the banner
"I carried it last night, and I'll have to
do it again tonight unle-ss some angel
"Ansel what does that mean?"
"Why, a fellow who will give you the
price of a bed is an angel. I thought you'd
know that, sir?" and the yoiini man's
manner indicated that he did not have a
very high opinion of his companion's gen
The old resident felt such w is the case,
and it. was, as he afterward admitted, one
of the reasons that, induced him to say.
"Well, cooe along; I'll be aa atigel to
night." As they walked alonsr toward Fulton
street the angel learned that the yoiui
Ijoniloner had not eaten anyt ling during
the day, with the exceptien of a plate of
beans purchased for a cent ai the St. An
drew's coffee booth, where tie newsboys
and bootblacks who gather around the
bridge entrance usually take tiieir meals.
A l:wf stew, followed by a pi ce of cocoa
nut pie und a cup of coffee, satisfied the
youny: man's appetite and ci st the. autre
twenty cents. Then they wei t out of the
hot mid steamy saloon inu the street,
where the rain was falling at d water was
dripping from the elevated railroad.
Following the directions of his compan
ion, tne mau who was masquerading as an
angel and had already paid twenty cents
for the privilege, walked d jwn Fnltr.n
street. They came to a statu -till under a
lamp on which in illuminated letters was
the iirii.oiinoenient, "Kooms for -Men Only,
Twenty and Twenty-live Ccn'-s a Night!"'
There were yellow curtail' .in the lower
portion of the windows and t le door, and
a dim light wis burning iimid .
On entering the angel and his companion
found themselves in a tolerab'y large room
with white hard finished w ills and ceil
ings. Unpainted chairs of hard wood,
stacked against the walls, ua unpainted
wooden table, about a dozen heavy earth
enware and iron cuspidors, i nionstrou
stove of l lie cannon bull patte -n and a loud
ticking clock comprised the f irnihini;s of
the rea'iiug room. On the rig it was a par
ticularly steep stairway. le; ding to the
upper floors and facing the utratice, and
very nearly twenty-five feet f way was the
office. It was lighted with an oil lamp,
and through the brass grating in front
could be seen shelves loade with paper
parcels, gripsacks and cheap valines, and
the hooks round the office supported over
coats of all sorts and sizes, and all alike,
shabby looking and threadbare. The no
tice in white letters on a nine ground,
"Proprietor will not be responsible for
anything left in closets," probably ac
counted for the collection of bundles and
coats in t lie ofHce, and which served to give
it so much the appearance of a pawnshop.
The two men walked up to the office and
found the night clerk seated in an arm
chair, lie was a tall, thin man and round
shouldered, but evidently v ry muscular.
His long sandy heard was thickly sprin
kled with gray, and bis complexion was of
the hue which can only be obtained in per
fection by sitting np all night, sleeping
during the day time and avoiding all open
air exercise. He bad small, .shifty looking
eyes, a rasping, belligerent oice, and was
evidently a surly, misanthropic Irishman.
"Iet this man have a room a twenty
five cent room," Raid the old resident, still
maintaining bis character at an angel.
The night clerk asked the young man's
name, and after recording it iu his ledger
handed him a key through t be brass grat
ing. Attached to the key was a metal tag,
bearing the nnmber of the room he was to
By this time the old resident began to
take quite an interest in his part, and de
termined to show the man vith the turn
np nose and the cockney accent what an
angel and a Brooklyn angel at that was
capable of doing when thoroughly warmed
up. As a climax, therefore, and in order
that he might make his ex t in an appro
priate manner he banded a quarter of a
dollar to the young man an 1 was telling
him to make good use of it, v- hen t;.e night
clerk came from behind the orass grating,
brandishing a club of about the same size
as a policeman's tiight stick. At the same
instant the watchman, who bad been seated
near the foot of the staircase, rushed for
ward, and both men excliimed: "Now
none of that; no talking a lowed in the
reading room after 11 o'clo- k. Go to bed
or get out."
The old resident immediately realized
that he wan no longer regard id as an angel.
He had, however, gained sevi nty-five cents-'
worth of experience, and oi reaching bis
home in an up town street sat down to
smoke and think and if possible make
some use of bis newly acquir-jd knowledge.
The phase of life of which he had ob
tained merely a passing gli npse was en
tirely new to him. He had seen Brooklyn
grow from a large village i,o a city with
close on to a milliou inhabitants, and until
that night bud never bean1 of the angels
who came to the relief of tl ose who were
obliged to carry the banter. Brooklyn
The Secret of Fishing Suceesa.
Angler How is it, Sandy, that they get
bigger flsh at the far end of 1 be loch?
Sandy They're bigger liai s. Exchange.
The P.ain Truth
Is good enough for Hood's Sarsaparilla
there is no need of embellishment or sen
sationslism. Simply what Hood's 8r
saparilla does, that tells the story of its
merit. K yon have never realised its
benefits a single bottle will ronviaoe you
it is a good medicine.
The highest praise has bees won by
Hood's Pills for their cavy, vet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price
They all Testify
T th Eaeacy
11 i 1
HI ID V Bm
I A-v a s
The old-time .Imrlo
remedy from the Geonzia
Bwarnpc and fieldj has
frone forth to the amiprdrs.
confounding- the theories of
those who depend solely on the
physician's skill. There Is no blood
taint which i t does not lmmd tnt 1 r
(radicate. Itsona ontwardiy absnrbed or tt9
result of vile diseases from within all yield to this
potent but simple remedy. It Is an nnu.'.ied
tonic, builds upthe old and feeble, cures all disrasos
srMuff from impure blood or weakened vitality.
s.-ud for a treatise. Examine the proof.
Books on Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed tree.
Thrugglatu Sell It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga.
One of the Most Successful as
His Many Visits to tLi
City has Proven.
L I 1
Late Siirc'on In the Prov.d -it Medical Piej.en-
mry of c V.irk.
Wlio s cn-st d each u en-afion n awl fiTvur-ti
hie:isM by cni'i-c in-nf that a'moft b:.tV.t it lde
nu-di.-al frn't rnity of the ronn rv.
rr Krsrh i. r-iimt of 'he Frith V'd'ral
To . a?m mt-mbi'r of ihe I' ti'nfii 'r ita! A-nx-'a iin
of Ksptri pniji'in h. He will visu
iii K ISI. IMI:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16tb.
Returning every n,nr,r,h to rrnni n tne day during
Dr. Frnt'i h&s bi-t n connected with Hie lar?t-il
b(i?t ilrtl in liu- ro.inTry. inl h: h no Miprr'or in
(!i.:i.noirii.' ai i treating v.f arts stul d f'lin.il e4.
lie will 'r'ive It any rt-p t!mt h traM
trii 'tie isM-e a:nl wt.e-e located in Ave min
nti a. lie will retnrn t Lock IsIhu i evi iy moi lh
thi1 y aMo n niar. t't tlavf.
Jrt-ajiull brail' Ahui.ftl und Snrg cal 'iitsisrit,
arutt Wi ihroriic rutt;rr!i. ti;ta tt.,r'lht Kye. ;r,
Xok. 'ihrwt arid Lu gs. fin, l:r',rjixt
IhJtiutt. liiut&. AV'.t,jr. yviif, ('7-V.T,
throiiit Ffniulf and Stvnl
Ei.il' p-yo Hts ruri d A po-itiv.' i nn- 'Ti!,. e
YoVNW ASI) MiI3UE-.i;F.r MKN
Sif.rt'ri! frum Hp. rnia!orrJK'?i nrd im;'tt-icv ; p
rhi: rtult of relf-i,Tuse ;n y niii or x e in mi
tnre years nu other caars. prnducin? ma e of ihe
f llowini t f fee's i.s rinifion. hl ti r -, iH i.i lty,
rervn ne-. tl zit;!-?. c lifusion cf nl aa. av. r --ion
to o!l'Iy. deloct've mt mory. ami n sna! t-r-haiirt'on.
whrcli anf.i t ti- victrn, t r hcMi tw or
marriairr, arc p Tinaiently cored oy rc.iiMics not
fyi'hili" and iomil tinnp.ns nar throat fa! ir.i?
of trie hrir. nin hi the iH'ncc, riipi'iiis eti: , are
are perfectly end icaed w th out i:fin' mi r-nry or
or ottier i- ju ions drntTJ. 0' . rrhoea, pit-et,
f-tric'ure and l' urinary and kidney tTuti t- are
st eliiy cured by tra"inent that ha never failed.
lie undertake? no inrurab'e aje. hi t cnre
thoujaniis civen u; to die. Kenu'mber the date
and onme car!y. an hip ro .ir are r. 'was crowded
wherev- r Be "Top. rONSULTATloN FKEG.
a ai d rorre-pon.tt nce coutidc-nt , and
treatment pent by cxpre? wi:h full ilir ct ns for
use, lint personal consultation preferred
llt. I. O. KKITTH
.-:ti l.uke Ave .( Iilcaja
$5 A MOKTS!
Catarrh nnd kindred disi acr treated at she ani-
fomrateof Rami nth. meduia. sf ee. Frr all
oter dice ires the rates will be low : nd uniform
and m proportion to the actual sort of the medi
AI' pa tents applying U r tte- tonant a' the Bertt
Kedxai InMituie before Nor, SO, will be treat
J tin til otinr.n at the uniform rate of S6 per
monin. Kemember this rate on i nolde good ul
A Not 20, 1W.
Bead what Miss Arjderwn ray-:
A Kdy of Mo'tne. Illinois, who visited a Daven
portln?t.tntioa. Ad lnten iew with Iler Regard ing lie
Treatment There A Hearty and En
sum Annt Anderson, of Moline, III., fame te
Davet port some two months a.'o at;d oppliel to
the Scott Mi dical liis-ti-n:e lor treatment. She
said that i-be h-.d nffd fr-m I broi:ic Catarrh
for tome eight je. ru.
A re;Mrlcr who int.rviewid Miss An1iron a
few days nco was rtcciv d i ordiully svd given a
pleasant li.teriiew, the sulist:tuce of whtce is us
Catarrh almost wrecked my wholcoyhUm. Un
til ately I have b en sck for the par. Mx ot eiiht
vears and temk treatment from a number of pl.y
siciaus without relief. The d a e had tech a
now on my syntem ttiat '.t had eaten alu.ic thnwh
my pa'ate, my noe no. Id clog np. I had a heavy
diacharpe of mnc us Into my throat, violent head
ache, ro..rine noifes In my ears, v- eak ees and
my inroai wa-sore rn pain, d me when I Hwal
li wed. My siomach wts out of ord.r and f oud
I could not sleep at night and I became ner
vous. About two monthn a.ol placed myxelf un
der treatra nt at the Scott Medical Institute. To
day 1 can tinthfully fay I am cared of ail my
"My ears nose and throat are all right. I am
free from all my f o- mcr sy mptoms I eat well
and my food agrees with me. 1 sleep sownalr all
TBEATHEST BT MAIL
To the Pi blic: The s ikn of mail treatment
pnroea by biort M. dical In-titute ruraetees
the fame ffect r. cults to those who dctire to
rnbmit their ca- es through corr-r onuenee as to
)h."t me, Li, pr: Bon" Tn,ir "qnection
lank, if p operly filled ut. will dia-.'no- 0ur
case in a h..rouL-h way, and as medicines are
promptly shipped, those liv!ntroutof the city have
the n.ic aavun.age lb ibose who come to the of
fice Wiiteforthe treatment hy mail. mdicine free
and rid your-elf of the most p linlul ai d aunoyine
diceise m the catalogue cf human ii s.
cott Medical Institute.
221 Brady Bt-, Davenport, Iowa.
OVER AMERICAN EXFRE88 CO.
SPECIALTIES :c arrh and all diseases of
the Eya, ear. Threat and Lauts. Nervous disease-,
skin diseases, chronic diraasas.
Office hour; : 8 to 11 a. m Itoln n T n a
THE TRATELEK8 GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
Urst street. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
Council Fluffs A Minneso- I
ta Day Kzpreee
Kansas City Day Express...
Council luff at Minneso- I
ta t" -ess f
Omaha and Denver Vesti- j
Kansas ny Limited
Ptnart-Rock Island Express
11 :0oam: 4:41am
! T: pm
IwtUy 'tooipgeasi. niojng west.
4:48 am ll;10pm
o:svpmi :ill m
BCr.UMiTON KuUTK-Cn B. tj. RAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth at.
M.J. Yonng, agent.
Bt. Loans Jtxpresa
Bt. Lome Kxpreee. ........
St. Paul Express
Beardstovm Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth).
Dt! Paul Express
! 40 am
ft -00 am
B ttl am
11 :i!0 am
R :40 pm
8 '46 pm
CHICAGO. MLLWAUKKhi ft ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Divtskn De
pot Twentieth street, between Firet and Second
avenne. B. D. W. Holme. agent.
Mali anu Lxprew
tit. Fan! Expr si-
Ft. A Accummodation.
1 Ai an
ROCK ISLAND PKOHIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F
H. Rockwell. Aeon.
rut jdail tixprees
Cable Aecnmmoclaticr ...
8 :t 5 ara
2 :S0 nm
9:ld ami 3:on pm
filOpm! 8:1 am
7:f 6 pm
1 '25 pm
most eraser botjtb to the
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. KocB Ieianti..
Pru c ville ...
IMi oiuinirtoD. .
St. 1 oris ..
Cine m a i
8:i rt am
9 :o6 am
.'JO :30 am
. ' 1:1ft pm
. ! S :40 pm
. ; 4 1 4. jim
. j b :M1 'm
, 7:ln t-ni
1 :'2n am
7 :n m
4 :&6 pm
7 :: i.m
": :40 nm
Lv. Peon.i ... .
Ar. Kock, Nlar.il .
I 1 :i5 pmi? :0S pm
AcrcuinioiiutK -.. rains leave Hock Is'and at
ti:tia. m. and 6 iW p. m; arrive M Peoria 3:t0 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. 1 eave I eojia 8: to a. m. and
7 '15 p. n ; arrive Koci lrlaLd 4 .00 p. m. ar.a 1 :S5
All tramp r n daily except Sunday.
All pa.se jer truir.8 airive and depart Union
Kree t ? air ci-on Faf-t Exp'css tetweec Rock
Isnd and '-era, horh i.irec'icns.
TriionL'h tfchotr-10 all points; h.iccaee Checked
t.hr niL'h t dentil. arion.
i v. Jlocfc inland .
&rr. j ynold'...
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. Aci orr..
1C 3' am
iitr : ccom.
7 ifc ul l 3.46 pm
...I 7 .S arc! S.OCtin
ii 't't fkt. Anei J
'.'NACQUAINTEO WITH THE GEOGRAPHY Of tH'SCO'JNTBYWttLOBTAn
l'31l VM JBIE INFOtiMATfOS FSJM A STUCY Of THIS MAP OF THf
CMcaio, M IsW & Facile li
The Direct Route lo and from Chicago, Joliet. Ottawa.
tVnri 1. Qui Is lllnlln. T t -1. Tl 1 ,. . . . .
" wibibi, iu iiaruio;
Davenport. Muscatine, Otiuiowa, Oskaloosa, Dei
.uuuivB, ,, iiiMim-v, awuma, liar; an and Council
Bluffs, in IOWA MlnnMMill. rA n .
, . - " J 11 otLSt'
ESOXA; tVatertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA j
w-.i-.j, Kansas tny, in MISsOURIi
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbnry and Kelson, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Eortnc, Topeka, Hutchinson!
Wichlts, Belleville. Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, lr
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Keuo ard incop Jn IVDIAS
In COLORADO, lverw. ntw areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of Inter!
communication to all towns and cities east and west
northwest and southwest of CUcago aad to Ftsific ana
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
f 1 in:7 Mia MmMiM. w i .
- r.rvA UJQ TU BT. JOSEPIT
Firw-ciass Day Ooacbes, FREE RECLINING CHAIB
C.E3. and Palace Sleepen, with Dining Car rvlrf
Sw?.0!'1" "J1"" Oakdo Spring. wtO,
Jiverglng raflway Cuea, now ftwmine Uk and
TRAX3-ROCKY MOUNTAUf ROUTS
OirWch isnsi-ailpped tratw ran daily
TDktoh WITHOUT CHAMOB . TLJZ
Law atr. Ogdea and Swa rd., THEROCE
ISLAND kihnlh. rw -3 -. KttK
J L " U other sanitary and
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From Bt. JflMnh anrt Vomm. . u .
rwtant towna. ettles and sections la Southern Nebraska
fealMIM miiA T t: sr . . .
i7i inT; lcmwT- Also via ALBERT
. u. J... uucago so water-
town, Bioux Falls, MINKEAPOUS and BT PACL.
" h"' "uiui una aoruiwast between
th lakea and the Pacific Ctaasc
For Tlcketa. Maps, Folders, or dearred tofbnnattoe
apply to anv Omitwm tv om. t .1
r- . - - - w vuim ocaier
or Canada, or address
I an a Trav'Iinj man t I'll tell you of my plan.
In spite cf all temptation
I pursue my old vocation.
I'm stilt a Trav'ling man ! A jolly Fairbank man I
For he himself has said it.
And it's greatly to his credit.
That he is a Trav'ling maa I That he Is a Fairbank man
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold by Travelins men and Grocers Everywhere. Manufactured only b
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, III.
Patronize Home Indtiatry and Protect the Labor of Arreria
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
It is Six Cord 8c ft Firieh. i ull ceasure. and is equally well adapted for lland am! Uc1.-"
bewing. For sale by
and Dry Goods House? generally.
MERRICK THREAD CCV205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
E. ST. JOHN,
lKCORPORATSD ITNDSB T8B STATB LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank
BOOS. ISLAND, ILL,,
Open dsUy from 8a. m. to i. ia., rind Saturday evenines from to f r.v:.i.-a.
F'.mo r-?rcer.t Interest paJc: en Daposits. Monev loaned oli Fersona:. (v; I
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P L MITCHELL. IV. t C. DUVSvCANK. yfci-Pres. m 1. M. BUPOHD, C'.st
P. L. Kllcbell. . P. T...'yr..ica. f . O. Ocrkts-uin. Jchn Crahangb. H. P. EuU
lTiil aitcitu, i. ctoon. S V. llurvt. j. V. iluford.
J(.iftis HcBiiT, Solicitors.
w?TPigan business Ja.'jr. lSrf, sid ocru y the fi.uthtast corner of KitcheU & Lire!. -
Is bow lucatcd in hie new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
ty Light shoes a spe eialty. CaooMte t!:e 1 I. tsv
Mannf actnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8HOES
Gent's Fine Fhwga specialty. 1",- rtnedoae neatly and prompt'y.
A share of your patronage respectfully sc.:.?iud.
1618 Second Ateuue. Rock Island, f
You can eave money by trading at the Old Re iable
5 AND IO CENT STORE
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
' MH8. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
City 'Bus and Exmsc t.i'
Telephone Kock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or exyrJ
wagon and you will receive pron.pt attention.
TIMBERLAKE & SPENCER, Propi
1803 Second Avenue
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