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THE AUGUS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5.
FibHahed Dally Md: Weekly it ISA Second
Avenue, Rok Island, lm.
J. W- Potter,
Tamss Daily Me er aaeata; Weakly SS.SS
ft aaaaaa; In advance $1 .M.
All eeaiaiBBlcatiora o( a critical er argameata
tWe eaarecter, political er religiene, mast have
real iut attacked far nubl ctlaa. Hm aarti
artteles will be printed over neuiioaa sigmataxes. !
Aaeyaeas eoaiBaalcatiniit not noticed. I
Oerreepoadeare solicited fro a. every tewnship
ia Keck Island coaaty .
Monday. Decbmbeb 8. 1892 I
Thb Indianapolis Sentinel sajs: "Har-j
rison eared oue elector in Kansas. It
would teem to be the graceful thing fori
this individual to pair with the one lone
Cleyeland elector from Ohio." Why, yes
Ohio ought not to be selfish in this in
stance. The Buckeye state ia always sure
of one Cleveland.
Thb Meihoaist Episcopal church of
this country will speud $1,275,000 in
missionary work next year. This will bt
about 128,000 in excess of the appropri
tion for this year. Of this 55 per cent,
or 1701.250. will be applied to foreign
work, and 45 per cent, or $573,750, to
domestic work. This decision was
reached by the general missionary cols',
mittee, at its late session in the First
Methodist church of Baltimore. It was
the largest meetirg the committee had
ever had. ' It was in the church of tbs
congregation which built the Lovely Lane
meeting house in 1773, where Methods
ism was organized in this country in
A Leaderlesa Tarty.
St. Louis Republic
Has it occurred to our republican
friends that defeat has left thtm leader
leseT ihey must have someone to reor
ganize the party, to shape its policy , to
enable it to modernize itself and adipt
itself to the issues of prtsest and future.
President Harrison believes himself a
leader still, and be is writing a message
intended to rally the party around him.
But President Harrison is almost unique
in clingitg to the delusion that be is still
politically alive. Be never was ctpable
of recruiting a party. As a leader he
could only lead to a defeat it is impos
sible he should survive. He represents civil
war politics and nothing else, while in
order to survive the republican party
must show that it is something more than
a civil war party.
Where is the ttateeman to whom re
publicans can look to mend their shat
tered fortune? Is it to the anile Hoar,
the sebaceous Reed, or the invertebrate
Allison? It they will Lave none of
these, they will turn to EJmunds to find
his place vacant, while Sherman's active
work is over and he lags superfluous ia
But there are the rest 1 And who are
the res;? A rag, tag atd bobtail; a Fal
s'afi's army. Warts an . Sballows and
Feebles, a mere number of managers of
blocks-of-five, shak rs cf the bloody shirt
whose occupation is gone.
But then there is Blaine, "the greatest
living statesman." Poor Blaine! All
the consolation be has in politics is that
Le knew Lis party was going to ruin.
But be is hardly fit for its Cariolanus.
even if it Lad sense enough to get down
on its knees and beg his pardon for its
The democratic party makes leader? as
it needs them. It can get along well
enough without them until it is ready to
make them. But the republican party
must have them always on hand, since it
c&ncot make them in an emergency. And
at present, it has no one capable of tak
ing charge of it and setting its face for
ward. It is leaderlees.
Of tiif iii.il y ; v- .:..'.. know
a good de:il aiiout ti. :oi:! i.e: ji:e jjovern
meiit only u lew t.v: nv.;n.- llit; f.;.:t that
the co:.fe;leru( y was supj.!i,'d witii a pat
ent office, mid tii:.i it issue.'. p;ile:its ia just
about the same style as that practiced by
the United States. How many inventions
received such protection as could be
thrown around by the power which ruled
the south for four years may never be
known, but it it certain that at least fif
teen received official recognition, for on a
wall in the office of Mr. James L. Norris
Is an original document which assured
John L. Jones, of Tally-Ho, X. C, that for
fourteen years from the 26th day of
August, 1861, he should have "the full and
exclusive right and liberty of making,
constructing, using and vending to others
to be nsed" a new and useful improvement
in carriage wheels.
This was the fifteenth patent issued by
the confederacy. It was signed by Jndah
P. Benjamin, attorney general, and coun
tersigned by Rufns R. Rhodes, commis
sioner of patents. Mr. Rhodes was United
States commissioner of patents prior to the
war. Accompanying the parchment,
which is properly sealed, and which cost
Jtfr. Jones the sum of forty dollars, are the
Customary specifications and drawings.
The penmanship displayed in the specifi
cations is extremely beautiful, while the
' drawings, which are In India ink on linen
tracing, could hardly be improved on. The
whole forms a most interesting and valu
able souvenir. Washington Star.
State of Ohio. City or Toledo, i
Lucas county ( "
Frank J. Cheney mukes oath that b.
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co., doing business in theOu
of Toledo, County and State aforesa d
and that said firm will pay the sum ot
$100 for each end every case of .atarrb
that cannot be cared by the use of HallV
Catarrh Cure. Frank J Cbeney.
Sworn to before me and snbscribtd in
toy presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D 1886.
8Eal A. W. Glkasok.
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken internally
and sets directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Sen.!
for testimonials, free.
Address F. J. Cbeney & Co., Toledo, O
Bold by druggists, 75c.
SUPPLIES FOR TYPEWRITERS.
T!e.?r tBrroc"' Makta Ink
Ribbon and Manifolding Paper,
The rnauufa.tn.re of lypewrr ina supnlies
Is a Grate! ;s niy.iery. It vculd seem
that the mafcinp of such a: l c-s an ir.lt
ribbons, carbon paper and roa iifol.1 paper ' and he sits beside them, at once advertia
Is hedged around with secret. The pro- in his business and imnrovW hi. mind
prietary value of the various brands on the
market consisrs in the private knnwU-.le
of processes, wliirh aret-xplaint 3 to nobody.
Typewriter ribbons cf the Ixystsort are
made out of the finest cotton ribbon, which
la bought in large rolls. They vary in
width from five-sixteenths of an inch to an
inch and a half. Sorn? ribbon if.re cut out
of cotton cloth, but this is an inferior
method. TV1 ribbon is soaked in
ink, beJn biibseiueiit!y rubbed very and women in the business are more intel
thoronshlv in onler to distrilme the ink I ligent than other workers earning larger
through all tu- fibres. Finally it is sub- Py.
jected to a process of polisl in
renders it rvsi'.ile ta handle th-
without much smut.
ition of the ink. the inervdier ts of which
. - . i - . imiiuiHiu, ljuiiii. i . tut! i i in iitr
are kept necrrt. It is mixed v. ith oil and tw.ono.ouo.nno.ooa
glycerine to keep it from getting dry. Two "Away I Away! There ia danger here !
kinds of inks are nsed for the ribbons. A terrib'e phantom is bending near;
That employed for ordinary libbons con- With no human lock, with no human breath,
tains such insoluble pigments as logwood H tands beside tbee the haunter Death! '
or Prussian blue or lampblac'i. But the j I' there i one disease more than another that
ink for copying ribbons must l composed comes like the unbidden guest at a r arquet, it is
with soluble colors, usually an line dyes. Catarrh, 'nsldicnsly it steals upon yon, "with no
After being soaked, rubbed aad polished ! human breath it gradually, like "the octopus,
the ribbon is cut into lengths of from vo winds its co'ls about you and crustes you. But
to eighteen yards, according to the ma- there ia a medicine, called Dr. Sage's f a arrh
chines on which they re intended to be Remedy, that can tear yon away from the mont
uaed. Lastly each ribbon is -Trapped in j ter, aud turn tne .ythe'a point of the reaper The
silver paper or tin foil and put into a paste-!mkers of this wonaerfal remedy o-er ia good
board box. However, the new t thing is alth, a. landing reward of S0O for au Incurab e
tusou tutu nouon wouna on little ret'!
Inside of a tin box. Durability is the qual
ity chiefly demanded in typewriter rib
bons. The process of applying the ink re
quires great skill. If there is too much it
Carbon paper, for manifolding on the
typewriter, is so difficult to make that it is
exceptional to find any that is f rst rate. It
is manufactured simply by combining
lampblack and nndrying oils w.th suitable
paper. How to accomplish tl is success
fully is a problem on which a v;ist amount
of labor and money have been expended.
Manifold tissue paper, such :is the press
associations and syndicate correspondents
use for sending ont their news .nd letters,
as many as sixteen good copies beintf
struck off at a single touch of the type key,
is made from the best cotton and manilia
stock. Animal oil is distribute! over the
paper by machinery specially tr ade for the
purpose. But aa to what kind of animal
the oil is obtained from and h?w the ma
chine works nobody outside of t le business
knows. Washington Star.
Luck In Dropping a Collar Button.
A lady who had been staying in Albany
was returning to her home in Philadelphia
by way of the Hudson river and New York.
After spending a night on the boat, her
pocket book, which contained her ticket and
all her money, was missing. Shewasquitej Ure( farmer, and one of the most re
sure that it was in her pocket when she: sPected citizens of Qtscgo Co., N Y.
went to her stateroom at night, but in the "Fourteen yuars ac 1 had an attack of the
morning the most minute search of the! gravel, and have since been troubled with my
room and of her clothing failed to bring it
quickly passed from her memory.
iwo years arterwarrt, when again
Albany, she was summoned one day to the !
rawing roc.m to speuk to an unknown ,
gentleman wto Laa something important
to communicate to her." The "somethin-
pocket bof)k, which the gentleman
just found on a Hudson river loat
hich having in it the lady's name with
an Albany address he had no difficulty in
taking directly to her. The acct unt which
he gave of the discovery was r.iost auras-
ing. While dressing his collar button hail ;
slipped from his hand and, wit a the total !
depravity characteristic of collar button.;
and other inanimate things, had rolled to
the least accessible corner of the state
room. In the course of his search for it he had
opened wide the half closed door of the
stationary wash stand and then in a cor
ner, covered with dust and mold was the
pocket book, which must have 1. tin in that
exact position for two whole yea-s. Home
When Reptiles Ruled a World.
There was a time "in the wi le revolv
ing shades of centuries past" when our
globe was wholly in the possession of
walking, swimming and flying reptiles.
Being the dominant type they divided
naturally into three great class s. In the
oceans they became gigantic paddling
enaliosaurians; on dry land, or r ather wet
land (for the. whole face of the jlobe was
doubtless a quagmire at that time), they
became monstrous, erect din isanrians,
some of which had legs fifteei feet or
more in length; those which inh ibitod the
regions of the air were the terrible flying
For a vast but unknown length of time
these awful creatures literally ruled the
earth. Finally after they had "seen their
day," they began to grow less and less.
One by one they died out in the face of the
younger and more vigorous fauna until at
the present time only a few mini iture alli
gators and crocodiles and a few toy snake
remain as reminders of skulkitg lizards
and geckos and of the enormous, reptilian
types that once crowded land and sea. St.
Those who came into contact with the
late General Boulanger will remember his
perky little page Joseph, and his astonish
ing repartees. He used to order visitors
about with an insolence above 1 is tender
years, and accepted every form of homage
as a matter of course, holding his head
erect while prominent visitors stood with i
their hats off and bowing to the little imp.
isitors knew that to win his avor was
almost winning that of his mi.ster, and
groveled before him. This sort of life in
capacitated Joseph for any domi stic serv
ice after the general's death. Ke has now
given up town life and has returned to
live with his mother at Etamps. Joseph,
who is now sixteen, remembers his con
nection with General Boulanger s a a vision
of glory already fading In the d stance. 1
Fans r igaro.
That there is a mysterious association in
some minds between the working of the
different perceptive faculties is not a new
observation. In hot a few instances the
poet's eye has anticipated in its t weep the
revelations of the lens of sciense. The
coming man may yet be able 1 o hear a
September Kir.'scupe, with all its changing
tints of beauty, ns plainly as the rudimen
tary man now on earth hears the thunder
or the rushing of the autumn winds. In
that age yet to be evolved the pion er labors
of Graber will not fail to be treasured up
and honored as contributious to the de
velopment and well being of hut lanlty.
to Ucht. A fellow passenger lei.t hersuffi- gradually growing worse. Three years ago I
cient money for her ticket to Vh iladelphin, got down so low that I ceuld ecarrcly wlk.
and once at home the loss of t he locketbook T lont mr m- . . n..!
A Pleasurable) Bualxieea.
"Within a couple of blocks of the Stock
exchange is an old bookseller, who gets a
deal of cmfort from his occupation. On a
fir day a share cf his stock is brought out
for display on boxes near the entrance of
the bawment in which he has his shon.
i . . ,. . . . ' . o
i oy reauing one or nis books. Customers
make their pich of the stock, pay for the
books they select and go their way, but he
; reads on, and is Lappy In spite of the in
: terrnptions when the money comes in.
' V V v. r;
ew xur ximes.
Telepraphy is not a trade to be recom
mended. It IS prnwilnl Tims.
i -- uwn , 17-
i suit that wages are low, though the men
It can be proved by a simple calculation
that the number of people which have ex
isted on the globe during the past 6,000
i ?5 PI'roxlmates the BXnd total ojt
. - -
r Catarrh ia the Bead.
Mr. David 2T. Jordan
of Edmeston, X. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure bu HOOD'S
Complete Cure by
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re-
Liver and KidnGVS
enrrxe than ft livlnw fiatniv
i nau no appenie aua lor nve weeks 1 mtr
b"t tntrl. 1 was badly emaciated
thought I would try it Before I had finished
the first bottle I noticed that I felt better, suf
fered less, the iiDamninu f the bind-
eVr had subsided, the roitr heiran to return to
my face, and I began la f rrl baacry. After
I had taken three bottles 1 could eat anvthing
without hurting me. Why, I sot so liunpTy
that I had to eat 5 times a day. I have uuw
fully recovered, thanks to
I feel well and ana well. AU who know
me marvel to see me so w ell." P. M. Jordan.
HOOD'S PlLLSarethebestafteiMlinner Pills,
aeiat digestion, care headache and biliousness.
Cstarrh and kindreJ disrates treated al the nni-
f I'tnratcof cSamnn:h. mediein s Tec. For nil
otler diceupcs the ra'ef will e low iir.d nniform.
ard in proportion to the aciuul cott if the meoi-
cmef rt qnired.
AP panentg applying fcr trcstrrert at :heSortt
Ked csl Int-iitnte before IVc, 10. will be Ueat
ed cktil rcRi.D at the noifnmi ra e of $5 per
month. Reneinber this rate on y holds good un
t:l liec 10. ltftii.
The JVa-mcntii-c&rd ta beti extended. for this
Dnrinc the limit of the 'anl, wV.lcti expired
5ov. itlih, and whrrb w onlv gnnd for ten days,
there w re adiritted fortreatkent 87 o. w casrs.
Three days of that lime, Tr. Wilson, our Medi
cal Direcur, waeunuble to bo at th i fflee, and
parties who c tiled could not be trea'ed To give
thefe parties n fair chance, the time has been ex
tended to bee 10, 1892.
Mr. hallene has a few cone te remarks to
Am I sorr took treatment at the Scott Medical
Institute No, .sir, bbt I had tried ao many cores
that I did not suppose there was any "real cure',
for ca'arrh. I now find I was bap, ily mistaken
No. 415 lllb street, Uoline, TIL
I am occupied in the factory of Patnard ft
Lea, 20th street, Moline. 111., and am is year of
agk. Tbe di Tease bad existed for the past five
years, and I suppose the symptoms were those of
ordinary catarrh. I would have oevere beadacse
over my eyes, and I found it difficult to breathe,
my nose being stopped np and a constant dis
charge into my throat. I had ) ain through my
lungs, aad coughtd np a yellow, atrin?y mucua. I
was always taking rold, and this would make my
dlse.se worse, ami my throat would he sore I
had night sweat", and I was retting discouraged.
How long had I been under treatment? Mot quite
one month, and all my trouble has .topped, so
that I de not require any more treatment, t can
not too strongly u fee anyone a milarly affected to
at ply for treatment, as I am perfectly satiated
with my case.
Scctt Medical Institute,
221 Brady St-, Davenport, Iowa.
OVER AMERICAS EXPRESS CO. .
KFrXTaLflE0: -Ca'arrh and all diseases ef
the Ee, tvar. 3 hr at and Lunus Nervous dis
ease, akin disea.es, chronic diseasea
Office hours : to 11 s. m., 2 to 4 p. 7 to S
Wmi assl Shin
A reliable care for Contnfrlona
Stood Foirers, Inherited Scro
fula aud Sl:ic Caccer.
As a tcnlc for rl-cate Wcmen
aaj CiiiJrtR it has no equal.
Dein p-.trMy v i?c tabic, ia harrn
i.:; i i'.3 e fleets.
A iivrtic cn rstood an1 rln Dla
KMiea i.i;..;i i Fi:t u appllonuon.
Dsuyyisli Sell It.
sw;ft specifsc co.,
Drawer 3, Atlunia, Ca.
Petition to sxllkeal estatk.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Cocictt, I
Te the December term,A. D. 18M.of the ooanty
onrt. In probate.
In the matter of the estate of William X. John
JehnSchafer. Jr., administrator Cum tutamen
' tnntio of the last will and testament of Wil
liam N. Johnson, deceased, petitiontr. vs. John
A Jebnson, Llyron Elsworth J hnsen, Charles
Irwin Johnron, A illiara C. Johnson Samuel C.
Johnson, Rebecca Stanley, Anna Hewitt, Martha
E Benjamin, Martha L. Martin, Sarah L,. Hewitt,
Ella E. Ricken and Emma B. Martin, defend
enta Peutlon to aell reai estate to pay di bis
The the above ramednea resident defendants,
and each of them.
Affidavit of year non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of raid county court,
notice ia ke'eby given to you, that the above
ntiKed petitioier has hied in said court
his petition for the aale of real estate ef w hich
sata wtiuam a. Jobnron dieo seized,
ia which yon are named defendants;
that a summon, has been duly issued in
said cause apains: yon returnable to tbe next term
of raid county court to be bt u; and ho den at the
court bouse il the city of iu ck .8'and in said
coua'y nthe first .v.ondy of Veceuiber, A. U
lJ. at which time and place too will aopesr aud
pltau. answer, or demur to said petition if vou see
fit. at:d that your default will be ent rea unles
yon spp. 4f in caid court by the first Monday of
the January term next.
R-osi Is r add, 111., November IS, A. TV 1898.
Clerk of said court.
f wiim a w: bk, AlUirn's for petition.
OTICK Tl CONTRACTVE6.
Sesled proposals will be received at tve city
clerk's office. Hock Irland, 111., until Dec. 19. 18f.
at 5 p. ro., for constructs: the improveinents
orired by an ordinance of said ci'y. entitled
-..r, ordinance for the Improvement of Twe i
tlrtli stn-ei from the routh lit e of Mr.tb avenue
to the north Ime of Eighteenth avenue," pu d
AupiM 8. 1S94, aUo "An ordinance for the im
provement of fourth av.uue from the west lice
of FirI street to Ihe wst line of Twentieth strt
and from the east line of Twer tv-third street to the
wei-t lii e of Twenty-four.h treet. and.f Twenty
fourth street fro-i the snth lin:- of Third avenue
to the north line of Fifth avenue." pa-rd ct.
IT, li-)3. and for fu ni-htng the mater .1 a- d doina
the wotk according to the ,-lans and spec ficatlns
on fl eat the citvcierk s o': ce.
BIsi k bids will i e 'amished en application.
Ittd.rru-i be ftp-. rate for r-'Ch improvement
above pec?fiert, ano accompan ed with a eer.ified
checa in the mm of j ayhle te the order of
the trca-nr r of said city, which sha'l become for
feited to saia city tn ca.e Ihe bidcerFhall fail te
enter nto contract with aDnroved turetir. to hp.
cute the work for Ue pnee mi ctiore-l in his bid,
. and arcordina to ihe plar.s and sptcfiaetions in
I. .. ..... . . . .V, - .. . ... 1 J . , . .
- ,ii.t in, tv'utmu piwiiiu or awaruea to
The right lo rejct any and all bids or pro
poHa. if hereby expret-sly rrfervec It .aid city.
Rock lrl.nd, HI., Sovmli-r, SC lr-Vi.
KOf ERT K- EHLKR.
OiICE TO CONTRACTOS.
Scaled proposes will be received at tl.e City
TierK'- office. Hock island. 111., cntil Monday
Pec 19, 189 at 5 o'clock p in., for c n-; rue ling
he improvement ordered by an o dinincc of
s.id city entitled An ord nsnce for the con
struction of a torm t raiu from the west .ide of
Seventeenth street and Ninth a d Tenth avi noes
to the west .ide of Twenty-fifth sfeet." jafe'l
Nov. 81, 1S9. Plan!" and specifications for said
improvemeri n tne city Clerk s office.
Ah bid must be arcrmpanied with s certified
check in the sum of fcSX) for the proper pvrfor m
snc of the contract if secured.
The city reserves the r.irht to relict anv
and all Mds.
Speciflf aiions on file at the citv clerk's office
Rock Islaud, 111., Nov. sfi.
OTICE;F APPMCATION FOR TOLL ROAD-
To all whom it may concern:
Sauce is nereoy riven that Ihe nndersigned.the
Drnry Toll Road Company, a corporation, will, at
the next aession of the county board of the
county of Rock Ialand, In the state of 'Uteris, to
be lie id in tbe court bouse building in the city of
Rock li-land, in said count v, on the 13th day of
December, A.D. 1892, pe itio aid apply 'o the
said county board for leave to extabllsh a gravel
toll road from the Illinois end of the bridge of the
Muscatine Bridge Company across the Mississippi
rivet at Muscatine, Iowa, and thence running n
aroutbi asterly direction across the low lands to
the bluffs, to connect with a pnblic highway lead-
ins; ever raia biuHH.commoniy known as the "illi-
ucisi.ny roia," ana to locate said tell road on
penioBsof the public highway heretofore existing
across said low land, at which time ai.d lace yoa
.ppv.r biju ne uearu if you see nt 'O do so
Daied at Kock If land. Ill" November 14, A D
1893. I'KURT TLl, ROAD COMPANV-
bwsxxsT A V?i.Ka, Atl'ys for said Drnry Tel
. I'A ail ENTER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in kOtcheU
Lynda's new block.
JACK805 & HURST,
1 TTORKXTB AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
O-Natlonal Bank ea nildlng. Bock Island, m.
o. l. vtuu
8WEEKEI a WALKER,
k TTOSNBT8 AND OOUNSBLLORS AT LAW
1.0ce in BenKston's block. Rocs Island, 111.
A TTCHNET' AT LAW Loan money oa cood
ft security, make coDectiona, Reference, If Itch
ell Ljmde. bankers. Offlee In PoeUiftlee block.
S. TT. 0DEIX,
1 TTORNET AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
.1 and during the past two years with the firm of
Irowning A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
m -tfflce ha t Auditorial., building, room fi, at
C. J. 8BAXLB. a. W. Saaau.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORNBtS and CosnseUors at Law aad So
.1 Ud tors tn Chancery ; emce Bsiord'a block.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR,
tau aad superintendence for all claw o:
( and go, Mitchell Lynda bmldlag
d a t OaXX t.
BOVYLl. A COT
Bcaaaa '10 Sgcnas
FOR IT WAS STOOD TEST.
OF ALL T, SOAPS
Tm "FAIRBANKS is we best.
WB CLOTHES SWELL $VflET6VR WEN WMIS
ft THZHOVSZ !SC2.EN A.VD S.ICT
Ho womdeb Fmm's S.HTA
i RLLS JiCU5f?5DS tlTh DEIIGHT.
CCkIRBANK &CO...- CHICAGO.
Patronize Home In Anutrxr
- MEPRIf K'S
It is Six Cord Soft PiDieh. oil treasure, aud is equally well adapted for Ea id suj : M
Sewing. For sale bv
and Try Coeds Houses generally.
MERRICK THREAD CCY205 Filth Avenue, Chicago
THE MOLINE WAGON,
.V?vt " U-i: ' --J-i--:
Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A 1d cof te line of Platform and other Spring Wagons, especiati acantec to U:t
Western trade, of snpenor workmanship and firisn niustrated rYice Lis- free on
.t;li cation. Seethe MOLINE VTAbON before pnrthasinit
Rock Island Brass Foundry
HD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AU kinds of braes, bronae and alnminnm bronxe casting, all shade, ana temjer. y.tk.
s specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Sbc aao Onto-At 1H1 First avenue, near Ferry landing. - . ROCK I: a'-'.'1
-T. AGER Proi.r:e'or
Is now K sated ia Ma sew shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
Kmy-LUrhtskoesaUtlty. Opposlie the Old fUi
W. TREFZ & CO.
Have opened in their new quarters with
the grandest and beet selected stock of
ever shown in the city.
All this week they will have a. 8 PEC
IAL SALE, consisting of tbe eniir
stock which they have purchased from
B. Birkenfeld, at prices that cannot be
duplicated in the tri-cities,
Now is the time to make your
20 Fourth Avenue,
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