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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1603.
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Beginning THURSDAY Morning July 13th, con
TEN DAYS OF ASTONISHING BARGAINS.
Nothing like it known in Davenport since our sale of one yeat ago. This sale
will not only include for immediate use, but hundreds ot staple articles that
will be desirable for early fall and winter use, such as Lawns, Ginghams.
Calicos, Muslins, Black and Colored Dress-Goods, Si.ks, Hosiery.
Underwear, Gloves and .Witts, Laces, Lace Curtains, Window
Shades, Wrappers, Waists, Parasols, Umbrellas and scores
of other articles for present and future use.
Wash Goods Department.
2. ("mi yarl lim- 2iwn S2 im-h u
at 5c a yard.
l,i "H "yard heavy jH-rcaU-. dark J
colors, at 7'c a vard. ,
1.0' yards l"Jc ti-nni' l'muii-'. at
6'c a yard.
7"'j yard wide riva'e- -hirtir. at
2.mm yard-. 1 2 '. 1 :ittli Mm- t-a'.ifo
. 1 1..,. r- I " !
tX L j a .i i i .
SOO yard- line In. '.in lai. f:it
color, at (.c a yard.
One lot ff L'-J.-'and -Jl- -at. en- fe
ci ucod to 15c a yard.
A-sorted i.'t'id thin wa-h jr-d. at
7c a van!.
371c French -ateen- tr" : t I''.'.- :i
'5c French ir:liar;i at 17c a
Good heavy :ijrrn j'inr!iaiii at
lie a yard.
F.jxyjitiau .lai.l. :.'." ".-. at liVc
a van I.
Woven d:.tt and jrinted Swi.
worth 16c at 11c a yard.
Domestics and Linens.
1,'M vard- 4-4 unbleached mil' in.
tU c rade, at V.c a yard
I. ' yards standard bleached. !'c
grade, at 74:c a yard.
Best rrrade- of heavy shirtings at
"Jc a yard.
Good quality heavy shirting at 4c
15 oz two-bushel grain bair at 15a c
Best qjality T red table cloth at 39c
55c colored border linen at 41c a
75c German damask linen at f3e a
i " fl.25 tine Meat-bed dania.-k linen at
97c a yard.
f 1.5.i and $1.65 ejtra tine damask
linen at a yard.
Pure linen bleached napkins at 44e
J pure linen bleached napkin at
at 1 1.15 a dozen.
$1.70 pure linen bleached napkin
at f 1.47 a dozen.
II. SS pure linen bleached napkin-.
siz-. at $1.17 a dnzen.
$2.Ct" pure linen bleached napkin,
j size at $2.41 a dozen.
. $1 .v and $5 pure linen bleached
napkins. ( size at $3. '.'." a d"Z'-;i.
Special value- in !;n-ti launsand
Victoria !aw;i- at !'. '.V. 1; and
22c a vard.
Pure linen lawn reduced !!'!:
'.'.'it- ;i vnrd.
l'u re linen law lis ledtiee,; tp.ia
to ."; a yard.
Satin stripe novelties redi.ced frm
25c to lx'.c a yard.
Laundered figured percale uaits
reduced to 59c each.
Black fit rah and gloria waist re
duced from $3.5m to $2.25.
Assorted lot of waists in plain.
striK-d and polka dots, made of In
dia and washable silks, reduced to
Plaid silk waists reduced to $G.lis.
Embroidered Bolero jackets re
duced from $3.50 to $1.5o.
Embroidered Bolero jackets re
duced from $5.9 to $'.'.).
Jackets and Suits.
Lot 1 $ 8 jackets reduced to $3.90,
Lot 2 10 " 4.9S. J
Lots 14 0.10
Lot 4 24 " 10.00.
$8 Eton suits reduced to $o.50.
$4.50 " " 3.00.
Saturday Evening, July 22nd.
: j.rinte.1 silk- ft 77c a yard,
; printed ''i-.s at 5"o a yard, (in-
clndi-i HaUita er wash silk. in
i::iid- and r-trioe-.t
1.15 plaid silks at 7ic a vard.
Ke plaid silks it 5c a yard.
5c plaid silks it S3c a yard.
l.i'5 satin Diuhie at 1.1" a yd.
72c changeable -urahs at 571 c a yd
1 '-inch (irer.ai ines rednced from
:.:!'. t '.7c a ya:d.
25-irn-li Grenadine reduced from.
71'c ! 1 5c a yard
1 '-inch fancy Grenadine reduced
frfiu .1.4 t.i '.sc- a vard.
Circulars ard Moth Bags.
' .'c Ui :h prod ia;r ti c'iw- at oJi
dray i'.k trav linir 'armc-iit? ru.
Mripe.l .!.. ria 'ravelinjr garments
reduced to 7.t'v
dray mohair ravelin;; garments
reduced to 0.'JV
Traveling circi lar and n-wmark-et
reduced l Vic each.
!! h.it much better than the
abi.ve reduced to $2.C'S each.
3 1-inch Henrie-ta at l"Jc a yard.
4n-in all wool Henrietta at 45c a yd
5'-inch all w ,cA Henrietta tine
quality at 5"c a ard.
4'.-in all wool Henrietta extra line
quality at C'jc a yard.
All other numbers in all wool Hen
riettas in black at actual jobbing
75c all wocd novelties at oc a yd.
$1.2; all wool Grenadine and "Ba
tiste stripe will be offered at 97c a
4r-in $1 whip cord at 75c a yard.
Colored Dress Goods.
4-in ail wool Batiste and atin
Berber, cheap f :r 75 and S5c at 5"c
a yd. in gray. tat. navy and red only.
40-in whip core s in gray, tan. red.
myrtle, navy, go den and seal brown,
reduced from 3c to 7ue a vard.
A--orted nove tie or broken lot
sold at 75c. . a id $1.25 go at 42c a
$1". $12 and 15 suit- all at one
price $.75 eacl .
$1 broadcloth at -2c a yard.
$l.:;!t broadcloth at $i.U a yard.
5'tc Jauie-town suiting at 2'Jc a vd.
No .'I her L'o-.ds will equal these for
! 1 1 iadie-" fa't black hoe at 5c a
1 lot f ladies' -ean.le- black hose
at 15c a pair.
1 lot of ladies red hose reduced to
22c a pair.
1 lot d holies' red hose reduced to
4 1; a pair.
1 lot of child's black and gray
ribbed hose at 12'c a pair.
1 lot of infants' fast black hose at
22c a pair.
Men's heavy socks at 5c a pair.
Men's middle weight seamless
sicks, tine guage. at 3 pairs for 25c.
Gloves and Mitts.
1 lot pure silk mitts at 17c a pair.
1 lot pure silk Milanaise mitts at
33c a pair.
1 lot 15c black taffeta gloves at 10c
1 lot black kid gloves, small sizes
only, at 25c a pair.
1 lot black and colored kid gloves.
all sizes, $1 goods at 69c a pair.
1 lot 8-button mosquetaires, $1.75
quality, at $1.25 a pair.
HARKED, PURSEL & VON MADE,
67c mi-e' union suits at 4'ceach.
Ladies union suits reduced to 44c
Ladies" union suit reduced to 79c
Ladies" silk union suits reduced to
Ladie.-" 2 c vests reduced to 15c
Ladies tiLJ ribbed pants reduced
to 3ic each.
Ladies' $1.75 silk Vets sleeves
at $1.3'J ea h.
Ladle 3:v Jersey corset covers at
Ladies" 5 k- Jersev corset ever at
Misses" ribbed Vests reduced from
2'c to 12ic.
At 23c each Corset coer. e-own-.
drawers and skirts.
At 47c Gowns, corset covers,
skirts, drawers and chemises.
At Ci'.K- All of the above pieces in
cluding garments that are cheap at
At $1.33 skirts, guwiis. corset
vovers and drawers.
At $2.31 Skirts and gowns ouly
including those that have been $2.yV
and $3.5'i each.
5u dozen ladies" colored border
handkerchiefs at 2e each.
5 ) rdozen ladies" colored border
handkerchiefs at 4c each.
b) dozen ladies colored border
handkerchiefs at 5c each.
.100 dozen ladies' Swiss embroid
ered handkerchiefs at 13c each.
Assorted lot of tine Swiss embroid
ered handkerchiefs, .formerly 5'k.-and
5-e. will be sold at 3'Jc each"
Lace bed set reduced to $1. '.,
$1.79 and $2.75.
Odd lot of stamped linens at W
and 3fc each.
Remnants of drapery silk marked
Silk throws with painted ends re
duced from $1.5 to $1.19 each.
A general reduction on all of these
goods including those that were cut
by irla falling from skvlight.
"$12.o.i -ilk skirts at ifi.i.in.
k.h;i 4. 0.1.
9.50 - ' ;jj,n.
2.00 tan mohair skirts at .9.
2.00 black mohair .75.
1 lot grev and balbriggau shirts at
1 lot gents" tennis shirts reduced
to 19c each.
1 lot gents" cheviot shirts reduced
to 39c each.
1 lot gents" cheviot shirts reduced
to 50e each.
1 lot laundered cheviot shirts re
duced to 75e each.
1 lot laundered cheviot ghirts re
duced to $1.10 each.
$3 fancy parasols redoced to $1.9.
5.50 " s.95
6.50 " 4.90.
One lot of 26-inch fancy black par
asols reduced to $1.33.
One lot of 26-incb fancy black par
asols reduced to $1.89.
One lot of 26-inch fancy black par
asols reduced to $2.25.
Trv ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with every glass of
soda at Krell fc Math's.
Phosphates that do you good to
drink at Krell & Math's".
Ten good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears brick
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison, who
hare been visiting here for some
time, left last night for their home
at Poeatelio, Idaho.
Harry Aliendorf, of McCabe Bros",
store, leaves this evening for his
home in Wartield. Ont.. where he
will make an extended visit.
Please read our large advertise
ment on the fourth page. Kluir Has
ler Schwentser Dry Goods company.
We serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal spring water in our soda. Re
member this and trv Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Hock
Island, on easy payments. tae low,
location healthy. " Inquire of M. M.
News has been received in the citv
of the burning of the Kock Island
Mining and Milling company's plant
near Florence. Col. It will" entail a
Uss of $o.iw .
Call on O. M. Curtis, at Henrv
Curtis office, corner of Eighteenth
street and Second avenue, for partic
ulars about the Hotel Delaware. Sixty-fourth
street and Cottage Grcve
avenue. Chicago. See ad. on another
A representative of the cloth, from
the lower end, who came up t Hock
Island to exert h.niself in behalf f
the Drury road case, is reported to
have conducted himself in a manner
exceedingly unlx-eoniing the dig
nity of his professional calling !at
evening, although friends took care
of him before he succeeded in mak
ing too great an exhibition 01" himself.
The Audubon t Er.roj an 1 is an at
tractive World's fair hotel i:i a M-r-fect
location for rest and convenience
at Midway Plaisance. or sixtieth
street and OgU-sby avenue. Built of
stone and brick is permanent and.
-afe. Within easy reach of the fair
and an entrance a block awav or.
either side, thr.-t. bl-n-ks we-t : the
IlliiiolsCentral station at the Sixtieth
street entrance. Everything new.
neat, clean and coil. f.rt:i!i!e. P,:;:.--$1.5
' per day and up. Ample sanitary
toilet- and iulh-. Fine cafe with
na-onable charge. N. X. lb :;, h
ma:i. dr.. manager. Sixtieth vr,r;
arid Oglesbv avenue. Chica-'o.
Hampton. July 11. Dr. Murrav
Arenschields. of Ottuniwa. Iw;i.
was in the village calling on hi- .! !
friends and acquaintance. Dr.
Arenchield tir.-t took up the stulv
of medicine under Dr. V. Hunter ato!
we are glad to report that he is haw
ing a good practice w h; re he is 1,. v
J. L. McXabney has pnrchased the
S. Y. Willi property, the considera
tion being $3o.
The Hampton Cemetery association
ha incorjKirated under the law s of
the state of Illinois.
Adolph Wendel, of Kock Island
visited with his brother. Frederick
Wendel, the past w--k.
H. E. Cook and family, of Kock
Island, were in the village yesterdav
visiting relatives and friend.
Charles W. Hunter has arrived
home from South Dakota, where he
has been sojourning the past three
Clarence Stevens arrived home
Friday, having recovered from the
injury recently received while in the
employ of the C., K. I. & P. Kailroad
Services were again held at ile
Congregational church Sunday even
ing, the pastor. Kcv. Harper, "having
taken a slort vacation of two week
to visit the World's fair.
John Anderson died very suddenly
at his residence one mile east of
Hampt'-n. .-aturday afternoon "f
heart trouble, having been ailing on
ly a short time. The funeral services
were held at his late residence Sun
day afternoon, after which the re
mains were interred in the Hampton
cemetery. He leaves to mourn for
him a wife ami one daughter. Mrs.
What Cured Uiui?
Dietiirbefl, disturbed; wi'.h jain op: ree-ed.
No e'eep, no ret; wra". dieadful re ft
Such terror thus eD?n&red him?
Dyspepsia all nit hi, all day.
It nal'.y seemed bad tome to nav;
Praf, geese jou, theo, what cared him "r
It wae Dr. Pierce' Gcldtu Medicu' Discovery.
That is the great cure for Headache, Scrofula.
Dyapepsia, Kidney Difeace, Liver Compiaict and
general debility. Ar inactive liver means pois
oned blood. Klcney disorder means po'soiied
blood. Constipation meaus poisoned blood.
Ths eraat aulidote for impure blood is Pr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Acting di
rectly upon the affected organs, r scores them to
their normal condition. The "Discovcrj" is
guarantied to benefit or cure In all cases of dis
ease for which it is recommended, or money paid
for it will be promptly refunded.
World's Fmlr Kates.
The Burlington route (C, li. & Q.
K. 11.) will well round trip tickets
from Kock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 81,
1893, inclusive, at $; linal limit for
return November 15, 1893. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore linal limit. Children of five
j-ears and under V2 years of age hall
of above rates.
H. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Kock Island, 111.
M. J. Young, Agt., Kock Island.
Notice to cotractoi s.
Sealed tr.-i-i:s wi'l fce received at tt e citv
e'trt's cra-e. Koch I-Ht d. I s. until 5 o. lock
p. m . Angus! 7. '8i, f ir lejiUnlin? bridge at
Milan, 'its.. comnon y k: owo s brdf No -.
Specific t'on- can be seen at te c'uy clerk s
The city r s rves the right t reject any or all
bids. Br order oune cry c lurcil
KockUlaud,IiL. July 6 J3.
A. D. IUESIG. City Clerk.
In the matter of Gus R. Enc in debtor.
The unders'gned hereby tie notice that ius
K. Knciin, do:n business in the c:ty of K-ck Isl
and, it the countT of Kock I-land, ard state of
lUin i did on the 59 h cay of June A. I.
transfer to the underiEnedaas'gn-.ea'-l his prop-
e ty f or the benefit of his cnditurr. according to
tae provisions -i toe m cone rwg iLDBKin.
Ail per-ons bavins c alms ainl said Gus R
EdcIib are hereby notified to present such ciios
under oath or amrnation, to me at Hex k Island
in said county and stale witfctn th-ee months
liom tats Oat. 1
Dated this SOthoav of June 1S
J. H. CLE LAND. Assignee
OTICK IX ATTCHMENT
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Rock ISLjkXi-c vstt. f
Ircnit court of Iioc Ifland county. Septn.ber
erm. A. U. 1MW
1 he People's .2t:ona! Bank or Rock Island. Ill
vs C. W. JMos1 er. tn attachment.
Public notice ;s h.-reby ciTen to the said C. W
Mneberthara writ of a'tcSment issued ont of
the office of meclerk of the i-cuit coart of Kock
I-land county, .i td the day rf Mar, A
D. l-t, at tbe suit of the said People's National
Kank and a. aict the estate of tae said C. W.
Mosher 'or :he simof T n Thousand i$:0.fti0 001
do!iars. directed to the sheritt of said Rock Island
coui ty. whxn said writ has been returned exe
ccred. New, lheref.re, n!( yi.u. the evd C. W.
Moht r. shli .ersoca'.lT be and appear before th
said circuit cour. ot R.xk Isiand county on the
first day of the rit tern thereof, to be bolden al
the court boase ia the city of Kock Island, in sH
couniy.on the 4;h d y of September. A. D. 1S?3.
give special bii and plead to the said piaintil's
action, judgment will be entered aaiust yon. and
in favor of the said Peojk's National Bink, and
so much of tae t rperty attached as miy be saf
tici nt to satisfy the said judgment ii:d cosie, wil'
be s.;.d to satisfy tnesanif.
GE-lRGB W.GAMBLF, Clerk.
Jas. L. Baas. Pia nt.2's At.o ney.
JrjetS, A. D. ISCtj.
"la'cd profo?.; mcV.I he received a: tVe Citv
ClerkV of?te. Kork islard. II... until Mor.da",
An?. 7, lstJ at 5 o'clock p rr... for c nsiruetirg
he iitf nrv, mert c Me red bv an odinwe of
cf the c::y of l;o. k Isiacd. pa-e.1 Jure 7. IsSfJ.
entitled An ord nnce for the improve 1 en: of
Stvct.teer.ih anl Ni-.et cnth tr:s from the
sos-ta Sxeof Third to the rorh 1 n t Feu h
avenue, and of Twenty-th rd strext fr.m t-.e
cu:h lire ! '-i;rd to tie nor h l:i.. of Fourti
aer,uc. from ti.e s-ufi 1 ne 1 f F'th aveLiie ts-t
anir- a;d Tei.:-:i ;rd ;reet south to a hue 5.0
?.e: -(.ir.ri of iai v.aril.e with Le f u h ime of
X nb iirsie." I'rder the ab.verT.iin nee. tie
a;d stre ts a-c nle ed c-Tiad with cutb rot,
'I'f '- f ' ii i r4i...L improved anl p.vcd :ta
pivn.i i-r.c k of g q ja :"y
i' ar.s re" :ati"3 -'r sjd :rr.prcv.m.:r.t
can eat the City 'l u'i,S-e.
-'. MS otf' t-e if c -n-r.iri.. i ii 1 c;r:Sed
cteck in ttc .f it ,ya-.:c lore r tr if
:.:ri-s.-.rtTii sn-t c 1 -. Li n .ri!l b e ni-j
Ii.rtt te.: t.i ct, 1-c-i; -U b:.i shs'.i fai'
t n er Ico en- rict with appred ip t.es ti
f'tiL't'i..- y:s f .niietii-.; in.-ii: ojd in hi
: il.-- c.-..:.i.: t.i tr.vj-la!.s a- .1 -;.icife-.:i..n-i
:e tv.c: t;t- ecu.: a.:'. ;! a 1 te a-.iirdid ;o
-t r'r-: t t re;- et ary .'r a i l r. or joviosas
i- r.-. ret... isic. s-iy n vrvcd ry j J Cit.
Kock Iiici. I".. n-i I J. l-'.ti.
A Ii. HVt s;n.. Citv Cerk .
OTICS I.V ATTACnMNT.
' ut-ty c of Ro.k Island co'-ntv. Jaiv
rrr. A. D.
MfBt;-vl:tr 'i lie Comparv vs. E.i Br..c-o ic
Pub ii notice h-rby civ,n t the said KM
ltr!jc'hat a writ of attachment iseuei out of the
. Si;? ef the c'.erk of the cour.tr mar. o; K.xk 1-1
a' c ut ty dated the I..::a day of r't bruarv. .D.
at thr suit of the sa:d tt;!:r Ti'ieCom
; ir.v cc agaii.s: tbceti:e of the .. d EI; Biocsos
;. r :i,e sta of : becirtd ud twentv-tw. uo'.-
r ar i Mte cents, li.ntiej in he sheriS of said
Htt Inland cc-ar-tv. which raid writ has Deen rc-tarc.-d
Ar..i an or'erh .rirg re n e'ered cf recori
it -:t court s; the ila ch farm. Zti. thereof,
t-at -aid caae staid voitinued, with craer of
New. therefore, at'.t3 you. the a:d EM Bron
s.B s hai! prsoi al'.y l at d appear b fore tbe
-a d 'f-nttv court of iioci lsiai.d county on the
flrt cayef ih" neit term thereof, ti be holden
it the court houre in the citv of Rock l:and. in
sa d county, otj the Tenth cay of Juiy A.
t.!lS5S. pve speciji bail ana piead to tbe said
plaintiff action, judgrhint w.il t entered
again: jot;, atd ia faior of the said Moumtelier
TUe co-n;ny and i-o mnch cf the prj;rty
aehtd as mty be su5ciert to satisfy tbe said
judgment, sna t?ts, w.l be so d to satisfy the
HJALMA r kouler.
t iers of the County Co-:rt.
-Jtcarem i Hurst. Piaatill's Attorney
Rw !..sn .Ja!;5 A. I'. :C
STVTE OK ILLINOIS. I
K.X K Il.aSO t'OCKTT. t
II, -r.e couti'y co .rt of said coci.tr to the llai
Term. A. U.
Jani-s K. Jehn-:or. adcini-trator of the ss
't of R sti.e Hnr:r.agel, decei-Mi. v- Ernvl e
K'e-. Ai:c : Ehe I. "1 ht iMlorc-IiarTnagei, Wii-ii-.r.i
Hart suv . Arthir HAitnaei. Edia Hart-1!!.-
1 :. 1 Yen) UaPn"gel
Ath 1 1 it cf lion rc-i ience of sa d Ene! e Ki
!.er. A.ice Eagel. 1 heidore llannsitel. Wiii'.tra
Hatti aj 1. Ar.aur Hartnt(rt.l and t.lin i-art-r.a;el
hai:!C t.eeo CHU ia the otli -e of the clerk
s..i 1 entity court, rotic- is herebvkiveo to the
s. d tnidi' hleh r A! ce Eng-1. Ti'exxiorv Hait
'ai. l. wt.liata llitrtn gc Ar.hur llartaairel and
E Ia c Hitr a Le rsol the sa-l llfsaiie- Hart
i.aie:. de-ci-a'-d. that tte sad .iarne K. Juhn
m:.. :..i i.itr-t at r cf rie estate of Ilosiiie
nar t.a.e;. .loee... d, tid n iuc. Sai ro:lr.
t '. :rt on the i h .lay of ,Ir.e. a. u . 1-y.;. hi
petition niakrg the Mid Enie-iie Kobe. A'.iee
Engcl. 1 h.-odore Lar nagel. Wi iiau llartna.ei.
Ar.liar Uarntgfl. Edin l!ar r.axel nd Pa il
Hitrtnael. d'eadan:. n-aviu f.jr an imier di
wt:: him 'a e I. for .h purpo-e of p,viu tto
lets ef said osta'e, ths fo.lowiug dev-cnled real
The norri te iy ! rcres of the- west half of
the- east ta'f of section nine (VI In township
seveiteen (17' north r.nge two c.'i x. st i f tie
fourth i4 prir.cij ai ceridiau si n a:xi in tte
oiur.tyof lioek l,Kr.d. state of Illinois. . xc pt
ing therefrom the luliowins fliscr.led re-ai estate
taken by the I'Litcd States gov. rumcnt for the
Imiiding of the Hindis and Michigan canal. Be
gimiinir a a pot on the half section line forty
iwo chains and ntty-seveu .57 links south
of the southwest cor -er of the southeast quarter
of said seetlon nine (9) atd running trence south
sixty-three (631 degrees and forty (0 minutes
east(83 cegrees 49 E thineen ctaiua and
twenty-font liiks (13 44-liiO cnainsi ih -cce soath
fifty-two degrees and tifty-five m nates east S 62
degrees 55 minutes E) ten chains and fifty-nise
I nks (10 59-1'Och ins) more or less to the east
line of said west ball of the east haif of said
sec ion nine !0 containing between sa'd line and
Roc's Biver eight and twenty two hundredths 18
Si-100) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be issued out of
said court against the above namel defendants
returnable on the 1st day of tbe term of said
county court, to be held at ths eontt house in
saia county on the first Monday of July. A. D.,
lrtei. as is by the law requiredewbich suit is now
pending. Now, un'esw jou appear in said court
on the first day of the August term, thereof to
be bela at the court bouse in the city
of Rock Island, in said coun'y and
state, on the first Monday of August, A. D. 3S9U,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken aa confessed
aamst you. and judgment thereon against you
Dated this Hih day of Jane. A. D. 1893
UJALMAR KOULER, Clerk.
iteEsmr t cEMCt Solicitors.
Cer. Michioaa Asa. and Manroe SL CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP OAHDINa.
Elegant fireproof building
wifornpeo-ut Q.3L POlTERiFrim.
A. 0. HUESING,
Represents, among other tix- r: r
known Fire Inscracce Conipitie. : . ' !, '
Poyal Insurance Companv. of Er - .. .
Wesche ter F re ma. Com pan?
Buffalo German Its. Ccmpa'v b " ,
Rochester German Ins Co . toi.'u? v'V
Citizens' lis Co., of Pitbar' ?'""
siun Fire OSce, London. '
Union Ins. Co., of California.
, Security Ins. Co.. New Haven, r..-,-
fwilwauaee Mechanics Ins, Co u -.. . ..
Wis 1 "-..
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pecria.1;..
Office Cor. lth "st. au'l -j I
R.m;k Il.im.. ' 1
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAJTD
Sepreseating over 40 Miiiioa D. ::tr;
of Cash assets
ixe. Life. Tornado.
- INSURANCE -
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE-Room a. Mitchell & Ljaic' V.
nra Isjjio, !!is.
tSecare our rates; they will iturcst y
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
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L:sss Promptly Pali.
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i.AEOK. TIME, MONET
Use it your ovtii way.
It is tfcf bett Soap made
For "A achiuo Machiut- use.
W4RX0CK 5 RUSTOX.
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WnoieSile Deader and I:..;- rie-r
Wines and Liquors,
16H" m.1 101 Thir.l An
Lame Back, ac.
DR. SAXDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
t With ElectroMajgnetlo SUSPENSORY ,
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V incurs without medicine aJ Wiitawt rvoimut fwra
overaxaaou of brmui nerve forces: excMM or iiMiif.
crccioo. as nervous debiiliy. sieeplfWMieas. Ur.pv.ir,
rbeumaxtsm, kidiiey, bver and bladder complaints,
iaaae back, lunhaKO. acaa3w. all female eooip.aiiits,
arwenl ul beaJtn. etc. Tul (leetno Ueit o-nui
SnliiM taamMW over all others, rnrrvut ti
lnstantiy felt by wearer or w forfeit t,WM W.aJ
wilicureailof tne aoove disewau or na pay. Tni.
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after ail other remedies failed, and we pre fc&ieJ
CS txliinniiials ill 1 his anil M I f ellw il nlw
1 Oar rwnrfml barm KLXtTBlC tlt'SrEVSOBT. tM
frreaaes booa ever offered waUt men. rasa wttkall
tV4ar beod for lJjua'd Pampu let, maued .aeaiol.
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