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THE A1IGUS THURSDAY DECXSHBRB. 21, 1895.
HEAL FIGHT AT RIO A Possibility in Cm Ptoxoto Should Fall. UlTITL0CI8LIXATTZnTC2. I MUn ttm We mi aWlra Ma VmD-awWMi Khsdljr Ml MMmI Mr . tMlriM (MM I Ik WAsniN.To. Ds. 81. Urrlr tml J VtMated mm la Rraail. If the Inform tin of tbv otttt department Is correct the Priltrto sn-rroni-nt In tottering on tb brink., with lb thane tot la favor of its tonutinii nr. la that rtmt there will btaflrrrvrlril strif la all part of tb republic Pitch, at feast, in the twlkf of Iter stair dt-nartmrtit, tsurd oa what baa follow! in other rWaita Amrriru eon a trie when their Knerameat hare bee orrrthn.wu. It la feared that Kio Janeiro Will then t tin arena tif real hattl braide which tha preaent straws will b aa se)Uyr to a tornado. The lire and property of Americana, aa well aa other forelKiiera, will I In great danger. To pmtei't American Interrata Herretary f)rehim has IwiWcaJrd the aerretar of the liar to onler the 1'nited Watea ateaflr er New York ami other American men-of-war tomtiltoltio With all pmaible speed tontrenuthen the American fleet already lo tin waters. Mhe MKn Majr Take a Maad. There la. however, amither reason for liaritiK a law fleet In that port. It ht tha powtliilit of annie Knntnran irnrrrnmrnt taking a hand In HraxilUtn affairs and as sisting to restore the monarrhjr. If tb llrnxilinns wlnh a monarchy they ran hare one without a wnnl of titijertion from thin country. The Braxl linns am the profd of tha country ami ma have any kind of n imrernment they chocs. It k not thonvht that any Kliropesn government will Inter. ters, but the Mate ilepurtnient baa informa tion that tbera la a pneeilrfllty of aach in terference. Tha infi imtattoa came Tncn ilay. Immediately nwm tta rereipt Mi tary Orenbam bestirred himself, and tb imlera to the New York ami other United Mates mea-uf-war wera the reault. ell ha la Mane l HI . There in no member of tha rahinet ao great a brlieyer In the Motim daartrtna an PVcretary Ureaham. The m i n tary la de termined that, ao kftig an be U at tb bead of the atate department, thedictrlna abatl 1 respected. The preaitleut Indorses him In hi punltlon. and any Knmtwaa gorrnr- tnent whk'b amy think to profit by Inter fering In Jtraailntayrnnnt on bring cheeked at tha outlet by the government 'a fleet, and that a further Insist aar wilt ha r- ftnrdeil an tantamount to a ileclaration of war. There In a belief that thin country in not teatiy for war. ivrtapa not. I Kit It will take prechiaa little time to Ret ready Tb Hraailiaa matter wan dincnaned at length at the cabinet meeting and It wan tha ananimuna voire of the ntemhers that Knmpaan governments mnst keep their sarnie on. BLOODY WORK WITH A GUM. W nvTnetr d While Tafctaa a Mehah atle)e. VkuuiIo. r. !., Ilee. 31. Unrhank, a) milt twelve tnilea fruia thia place, wan tb seen of a triple tragedy. While sleigh riding: Mianea Ihdly Hemphill and Kate tttefant were nliot by their escort, a man ailed "Khnrtjr nurork. Minn llemphlll wan Inntantly killed, but the Htefanl girl, by getting under the sleigh teat, earaped With two wounda in the breaat which may prove fatal, llabcuck then abut bimaelf. tiring inntantly. What the mnrdererV niotiv wan ia not known. He had been going with the We fanl girl. Imt the yonng lady's mother bad forbidden her keeping company with hint ay lunger. He drove to the millinery tore at noon in a aieigb ami told Allan Mefnnt that ber mother wan very nick and aent bim for her. PI refnned to go with him nnlena Mian Hemphill arcnmpnnieil her. Finally the trio atarted out, oateni biy fur the rUefaai farm. MeMe Mln Majority. Lnsrmx, Dec. 81. In the bonne of com- tnonaLnrd (ieorge Hamilton moveil the immediate ronMiileratton of a ninthia to moke a considerable- additioa to the strength of tlie llrltlsli navy and to ak the government toatate Hn intention in regard to the nary. Cilmlrtone after a Umu de bute moved wbnt wan practlrally a vote of Confidence In the government and it wan carried S to 4. Aathe teat waa made matter of conlldem-e In the government of eon re all the factionn of the tilarrat majority voted with tiUdntiaie. Kew raMlratlnw. ..! Moisr, la., Ih-c. 8!. Final ar- rangrmenta were mwle recently for the publication In Ilea Molnen of a high-clana literary mngaiiiiie. tolinaon Ilrlgliam. for merly editor of the f'etlnr Hapala llepub- Ucan, and Inte I'nitetl Waten rnnanl to Ala-wv:bapelie, la the editor. The Drat number haa aiprared and cimtainn atory by alia Alice French (Octave Tbauet) of imvenport, and a poem iy Hamlin Oar land. Tonnage Tbeawgk M. Mary'a Ci WaMll!aTi, Uee. 21 .The necrrtary of wnr baa arat to tb bonne report npon lb tonnage which baa panned tbmngb Ht. Mary'a canal In Michigan during the year 1MW. The value of freight paaniug t brongh tb canal waa 14o.Lla's aboat lO.tM),. Quo more thaa bwt year. The tonnage reg brtered waa ".atu.T.-Vi, the freight tonaage 10,lVn,aTa. each abotit l,tlOU,i kae than laet year. eLflKta &&HtHtt&9 Pn PaMr'VS SfttmoA. C'rrr, lad., lire. St. Tb at earner Wbeekn, which recently ran a here on the brack near thin port, went to plena daring the terrlm gale which waa Mowing. Mb bad Junt changed band for ttmjm and prepa rat loon bad been eont pleted to relieve ber from ber perilou poaV ' llurvcm On. at. A flilrgmm from fr aUtea that rVnator Wokatt, who mm tbere fur treatment, ban hod aa oa anUae) pel mean a for duabia hernia of the h rw. LsImp. who aava that hia CttM flr few weeks perfect mi will better than ever. tBNUlt Gka, Xtac ai.-Tb groMry let Joba W. Killer, a Eighth etrret. WIUMNI Nwlleawa rta mhI Mentlfled. i Mlei bvlaU ANVTHma BUT A MOPt. Art j CnCAO& Doe. tJ XtUmumm WdU WpwaeuU AjnamJa rrendi inaat aiaAn a own. Tb attorney n thoroughly tm- "weu wiva ue hmw tnat lYemJergant htln- ad be will AVtit a mdM J to t be higbent court. . "I will not ronteat an atlu i a Tenlict and I am iwiml an -- !.. t prbvmer a tamily win ot 'objmt t a ee- mw i or ure u tna pMlumUaryoreonOne aarntmaom inatltutioa for tb period of hia natural life. In fact. I will aw ao far a my argument to the Joey a to auggent hat dlannattiM 1nUl. But the priauoer murt not hang. ue jury ran mag whatever form of Verdict it rhnmea. mmUm fmm tha lm,: of the death penalty, and I will accept it. i .i . .. . ... . tw a venue of nanglng, on of my chief excef rt bma will he the diviaiou of the Jury to go and vote for mayor. The Juror, were divhWd la three group, and wnia vntmng ine vartotin poUing place were thrown maiar 1mm In nt itk tbepnulic. Tbere are authorities to sup port nj exception, uut I will Dot move foe a Mr trial -ni f ! - fc.-i. Jury Amu the defendant no guilty that be . I I.I Mt ' ... . kuvwiu in- cunuueu l or we IB im peniteB tiarv or ativ limiitniL IUwm.Iw fear In t Imt the state in the argument will offer the name auggention." THREE YEARS A BLANK. A Maa's Mi wnij Rrtaraa Alter Bis Kkall la Tree. near J. pArKWooo, la., Dec 21. One of the ntrangeat ca-en ever known to the medical fraternity ban ciane nmler the ouaervarion of dortnrn here, Tblrtr-oue year ago P. II. Tiirtilmll, a fanner, waa accidentally struck on the bead with an ax, inflicting a srrions wound. Which, however, healed Up In time. In 1WI Turn bull began to bare paraly-in of the aide. This be attributed to the old around in tb brad. II grew Wor-e and once attempted to end kin trouble ia suicide. This failed. He be came very almnlve lo bis wife and children and hia wife secured a divorce. Inlnjnt be began having epileptic fits, which Inawascd in severity till few days ago, when be concluded to nave the old wound trr pan tied. This nperntiim was perfia-med sncremfully. Hut when be came out of It he exnrraaeU stinirine at bin surroundings and it soon developed that be bad ht memory of everything since tNPl. He nnpponed Harrison w at ill preaident and anked for hia wife and chil dren In loving touea. ilia utter amazement at the kmnvleilge of the divorce can better he Imagined than described. I If court he will nwnd mutters as soon as be able to get aouut. NEARLY KILLED BY BURGLARS. Man and Woman rrlghtrany Beaten atbe Head with Bammrn. N Elans. Neb., Dec. 81. Anderson Rous and wife, wealthy rmidenu of thin place, wereannauUed by burglntx The woman b fatally injured and her husband aerl oualy. They were awakened by three burglars who bad entered the bonne to i cure a large sum of money known to be secreted there.' When Mr. Kounc nrreanied aba waa grabbed liy one, and the other crushed ber skull with bammem, but only renderril her unconscious. The burglars failed to find the money. The two sunn of the aged couple rushed In from an adjoining room when tbey beard their parent acreamn and engaged the burglars in a desperate struggle. The boys are powerful young men, and though unarmed proved too much for their aaaail anta. Afteralirief battle at close quar tern. In which the deadly hammers of the Imrglam were remlrred uselenn, the thieves aprana; from the window and caped. . The Threat d foal Mlae Mrika, Prrmm iMi, Dec 31. The decUiou of the miners In the river dlntrict to strike if their demnmla are nut acceded to does nut seem to have bad any effect npnn the operators, Tbey stilt declare that they do nut care to operate their mines wit h coal selling fur such low prices at the Ohio river citien anil think tbey have aent enough cost south to prevent any Improve ment in prices until spring. Keveath Day Advent lata. Monrr Plkasast, Ia., Dec. 81. The heventb Day Adventint climrd their an nnal conference here in the evening. The conference conai-ta of all the territory in the Mi-tflniHl and Idiaaouri valleys, from Canada to Texas and from Iowa to Color ado. Dclegatea from all iortiolis of thin conference have In n in attendance, with A. J. tlreeil of Minneapolis preniiling. tMtlalnaia Wwta la. VTAimtTr. Dec. St. As soon as the New Mexico bill cornea up in the bouse an effort will he made to tack on an Okla homa amendment, but this plan will prob- atrty tall, in tne ornate l lie cnort will again la made and ft may be successful tbere, a several senators in the southwest are favorably disposed towards Okbv Arrested at Prayer Meeting. ClIN Ami, Dec XI. Kd ward H. Allia was arrested by Officers llogan and Morgan of the Drsplalnes street elation while ha waft participating In a prayer meeting at the First CougregatHNMl church, on Washing ton boulevard. He la accused by Mrs. U. W. Reynolds of SO Washington boulevard of having stolen personal property from ber aortic. Private Bank Kalamaboo, Mich., Dec XL The pri vate bank of Oimntead Morms at Gales burg, tbla county, ban suspended. The concern was on of tb oldest private banks In western Michigan and waa al ways supposed to have ample capital. It la claimed that tb depositors will b paid InfuU. Tarawa ft Oat mt Work. BaooftLIX, Dee. 81. It ia announced fBrially that tb lis net Carpet and Yarn mills on Preaident street will abut down for aa Indeflnlt period immediately after Christ awin. Dy closing the mills SOD bands wil be thrown out of employment, causing hn of wage of tUM per week. DU Norte, Colo., Dec 81. C. A. Craw ford and U P. Pent bar sold tb little Aaaittotd Mining company' property at Banuaitrille to tba Consolidated Gold npaay for WWflOU. CoLrMam, Dec XI. KeporU to the rail Way eomndaaioocc of Ohio abow that got waaKiuen wnnm tne state SEEM OOUNO TO FIGHT IT OUT. teMgfc Tay Men Cseklag Fp a Hallway Mrika. - Bcttaio, Dec 31. A secret meeting at railroad employes baa been held here. K poadtlve Information oaa be bad of the pro ceeding, but it is learned that the Lehigh valley men nave presented grierancea to the various railway organisations, and a proposition will be submitted to a rote of local bodies which contemplate tieingun every road between New York and Chicago. riiemen, engineers, trainmen, and teleg raphers, it is said, are to take action. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Mabar Bros. furniture factory at Me dina, N. V.. waa burued. Loss, tCOOO; insurance, (W.ooa James W. Dowling. late cashier of the mint at New Orleans, lia been indicted for etnbeMling iVx by the federal grand Jury. W hile excavating fur the foundation of a hottae on Hoyle street, Allegheny, Pa.. James Dixon, a cinatrartor, unenrlheda crock containing nearly .V1 in gobL A dipaich from Biinglcok rrystlie king of Siam is swiously ilL Counvl has been retained at Toungs tmrn. O., by employes who were poisoned at Ilumetend during the labor troubles To comment suit fordanuige aguregating rl,Cuo,k0 dgnint. the Carnegie company. S.iniuol Gnmper. picnhh-nt of the Anior ienn Feilerationof lalair. I at St. lunula and will try to settle the trouble U'twcen tbc'brer driver and the breweries. ' ProftfiiMjr Kiel), pt Calsrube.who has tncdifu d e.lrantagenUHly Irofcs.ior Koch's tuherrul'n for consumptionuiys t hat be ha discovered a sure cure for d'ptberia. He has bceu snc:c:T.fnl in ttitt.Tn tlUtiuct canes. A certsla Peru inn hetr?is has paid Worth 4-4.n for a gown trimmed wiUi laoe. Of this sum (JJ.A.iO wes forthebicc Kleinc. Timl ?rmnn & Co.. wholeale dealers iu woolen gondat Cincinnati, have assigned, with liabilities of (li,wu and as -ts tr.ffl.MRi. Oliitunn : At Lansing. Mich., Mrs, Har rows, widow of Professor Harrows, long connected with Olivet college, and mother of Kev. J. II. Harrows, of Chicago, aged SI; at Chilton. Wis.. Her. 31. P. Huurynian. Alfred K Parkinson, of Wisconsin, hat been appointed reading clerk of the senate at v ahiiigtou, to succeed t. v . Pnrth. who has burn appointed postmaster at Mil waukee. J. Harvey Smith and family, who were terribly injured rcwnrljr in the railroad wreck at liattle Creek, Mich., are said to have received tSO.UW in settlement of their claims. The Virginia Icgiclatur ban elected Gi n end F.ppa lluntou I'nifed Htn'r senator for t lie short term and Thorns S. Martin l nited states senator for the long term. James K. Webb, of Defiance. O.. a Wa lih freight conductor, was beheaded by ni train at niKtlenn, U. Mrs. Priwtlla fpoooer, of Kent, O.. is 1U0 years wld. Kbc enjoys life and talks fluently. ' The Hebrew charity ball at Chicago nil lea over u.s sj. . CMtkM tne Well On. The artesian well on the property of A. 8. & W. H. Martenusn, Notre Datno treet, fans refused to work since tba eartbunak of last month. It is 800 feet deep, and it is thought that some of tb pipe baa become disjointed and choked with earth. An effort ia being made to find out tbe real trouble. Up to the shaking np ft bad been an excel lent wrIL Montreal Dispatch ia To robtoUloba. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Saw York Financial. Nkw Voan. Dec, SL Money on call eay. tMTmdat l?t?4 par ecat. mi m aorcaaiue paair per cent, eiterlmg ezrhanae ateadr. with actual baainens in bankers' Mils at 4'Ct4i7 rur dewand and r4Wi"lv for sixty days; ptMiea rates vs.ta,VM. Lommsrcial bun Silver certificates. ca bul; no aslec bar sO vtr. iir. siexicaa Oullars. juM. I'uited K tales booila, 4' regular. 113: do l"i eoapons, JUH: do Tm, K4; I'sriHc ' of K, Kew Vork Grala and Prsd New York. 1W. an. Wheat -Jsnnary. 6Tc; May, ?1 11-lun H-itc Bye Nominal. Corn May. sUsc Uata Mar. v; track wbHe state. 3TnaK track white srestcra. aiHsic. Purk Dull: new mess, fM 73 fell.lo; family, f li Wa,l.U); abort clear. tl&M i.ii-. ini-uua; prime western stcAm f l UUUlllUU. Chleage rala and rvedatw. t'HICAOu. Uee. 9L Followtng were the quotations on the buard of Trade today: Wheat December, opened SIMc. ck-rd Cle; Jnly. opened K44C, closed eor; May. opened CUC cloasd s7r. Corn December, eaed S4)r, clussd ;r: January, ooaned Sac, ckand JSc; May, opened cluaed c. Uata-Dsoember. oiwoedzTWc. ekawd Sk: Jaaoarv. onensd c, closed SO!-; May. opened 30c. clussd aaL-. l'urk Jsnosrv. opened cloned is.a: stay. opeiMd 1 . elosed glS-KH. Lard-Jaauary, oueaed aT.tO. clesel ITul 1 'rod on-: Batter Fancy creamery. zTWc per IU; fancy dairy. tla,UJc-. packing stock. luKjc. aics-Freab stock. Slo per dusea; cold stia-agc. Kttlwc. Dress PoeJUry-Chick- ens. sutt.c per itr. turkeys. aAr: decks saiuc: a-eeae, ease, rotators - Hurknaka.' ajrisiec per bosuel: Uebroa: ttitiUo: nUxed stork, v5c oweet Potatuea lUiaonv H.7jiUI per barrel. Craukerriea-Caue Cud. t&Mta-v par barrel. Apules K.WeJu per aviei. - Cklcag Ue Caicoo. Dec m. Live stock: The prices at the I'aion gtork vaeib fluSmv mujJ a. Vsttle-IUoripU for the day. K.0W; Market low aad weak oa everytblaa except a few ethera. te.W4JM. lbHaeipu for the day. Kjmt market j ,m Mfweri rs .. K BtUteO, eAJo-W( beavy. e.lc Ugat, a.klla. glieep aad IsHala-KereipU for the day. M.UW, slow; sheen, tt.annl.iu, . Osin Hew. tayac. am. vn cnicaaas.di ed.lst asa. dress i e: tarkers. di I gecee.nauec. aikakvs Ham ivels. kasts IkioaSlkSC Onliias He par a. Tsisays tutret as. HTlgm Cjn-ttWJBfcaWel aMsflr1 t"Bf flreffM fSM A GIRL'S GRATITUDE.' I A bright eyed, rosy cheeked yoemg lady waa waiting tor Oorernor Mat tbers wbem b reached tb eeatt oflBc the other morning, aad as be en tered she extended ber hand. The gore trior recognized ber as the daugh ter of Mrs. Martin of Dubois county, who was pardoned out of tbe female reformatory the day before, and in an swer to ber excited inquiry if ft was true that he bad pardoned her mother he replied, "Yes, and yon may take the pardon and deliver it to ber." Tbe announcement was followed by risible emotion, and it was some mo ments before the da tighter could con trol her feelings sufficiently to thank him, but looking rather than speaking ber gratitude she took tbe pardon, and few moments later ber mother was re leased after eight years' confinement. "That ia one of the most peculiar isea that I ever met, "said tbe govern or as bis visitor left tbe room. "Mrs. Martin was convicted and sentenced for life for Infanticide. She had been de serted by ber friends and bad three small children depending npon ber for support. These she supported by bend ing over tbe wsshtub, and when a fourth child was born dead she was ar rested and charged with its murder. Tbere was, in tact, no evidence to sup port tbe charge except wbat con Id be explained away or accounted for by natural causes, but sba was given a life sentence. "Several years ago ber daughter came here and secured work as a domestic in order to be near the mother, and she has called to see me several times in the effort to secure the pardon. It was she who left a moment ago, and I am more than gratified over aa act which I be lieve is one ef justice to the mother and which rewards the devotion of tbe daughter." Indianapolis Cor. Cincin nati Enquirer. M 10 EM HOW CATARRH BECOMES CHRONIC. ileal thy People Otherwise arc Liable to Contract Catarrh and La Grippe. La GripH or Acute Catarrh will iu the Majority of Cases End in Chronic Catarrh. V hen catarrh Incomes ' chronic every part of the IxMiy dhows its banc- iui effects. from the nose and III mat it often descends to the lunirs and stomach, rceulti in cobsumie , ... - - lion auu cu runic uyspepMa. STOP IT NOW ! The time to cure lung troubles is in their beginning. Don't wait till your lungs are riddled with cavities and there is not enough lung sub stance left to revitalize the blood. Come when the cough begins, when the feeling of oppression appears, when tbe difficult breathing is felt. come w h -n your case is curable and you can be cured. WHERE SHALll GO? MK. A. 1IAWK1N80K, MollBiclll. 'I had catarrh in its worst form. My nose, throat, broncial tubes and stomach were affected. It is almost needless to enumerate my svmntonis. I could not breathe, eves crew weak. I coughed, throat would tickle, my stomach was out of order, and sys tem running down in general. 1 am happy to say I am Cured, a well man, and I obtained the restoration of nit health from that old and well tried firm, where many of my neigh bors and friends have been cured,'1 the 05 a Heath, EVEBT CCBABLE DISEASE TBEATKD. SCOTT Medical Instituto. 221 Brady street, Davenport, Ia. Oveb American Express Co. SPKCIALT1KS- Catarrh, Kyc. Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs; Nervous dis eases. Skin diseases. Chronic dis eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.. 7 to S p. m. On Sundays tb office will be open from t a. m. to 12, 2 to 4 p. m. UZtTBOrOUXAtt PACIFIC LIMITED VIA S0O-PACIFIC LINE BUNS DAILY FROM ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS TO NEW WHATCOM. VANCOUVER VICTO RIA, TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORT LAND; AND SAN FRANCISCO SHORTEST ROUTE, QUICKEST TIME AND FINEST TRAIN TO PUGET SOUND POINTS, ALASKA, JAPAN, CHINA AND AUSTRALIA. SLEEPER AND UPHOLSTERED TOURIST SLEEPER TO NEW WHATCOM, WASH.. DAILY WITH OUT CHANGE. J. F. LEE, Dist. Pass. Agent, 232 S. Clark St., Chicago. First Class Limited Rate, - 45.00 Second " - - 18.00 Round Trip to Pnget Sound and North Pacific coast points, - - - 65.50 San Francisco, First Class, - 30.00 Second Class, - - 23.00 TICKET OFFICES: ; ' S98 Robert St. 127 Third St. So., (Hotel Ryan) (Guaranty Bid) St. Paul. Minneapolis, or Union Depots. SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS. 3" El ' ;THpjeW; The largest line of Fancy Goods, Decorated China and Toys at MRS. MITSCH S, 131s. lSXlTlilrd Arc B. WINTER. W Itasjrww Wholesale Dealer and Importer of Wines and Liquors. 1616 and 1618 Third Ave John Volk 5c Co, -QESKKAL - CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDERS. Ksnnfactaren of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring Wainscoating, And an Mads or wood work for balldsrs. Eighteenth BU tat. Third sad Fourth senses. ROCK ISbAXIK A LAUITi IVIUSS Is not complete . . without aa ideal ' as at V. rsf mmm arw-Baaa F02ZGJ0 - Combines ever element of beauty and purity. It is beauti fying, soothing, healing, health ful, and harmless, and when rightly used is invisible. A most delicate and desirable protection to the face in this climate. lniirtqoaTia4,tha ftnUa. aunmtiunsMnmESL I, 4JU ''MKl JmL " -M1H la n i ii Jl'iTltiiaii'' 1 a'lTiyBaaiSa Cheapest ..t V. '. DM MS 3fSJSJSfSr3JSSr3r3l6JSJSSJS18i ONLY- 10c a Served every evening at the Supper Table hot from the Press. Local, TelegraDhic and General News Presented in Entertaining style, and Supplemented with Serials, Miscellany and Hu morous Matter. The Argus is essentially a paper for the home and should be a regular visitor into every household in Rock Island. It is a fearless advocate of everything tending to promote the interests of the city and its people. It cannot be controlled by cliques and selfish corpora tions as has been frequently demonstrated. The reduction in price to ten cents a week has had the effect of bringing in an average of 20 new subscribers a day since the announcement was made. Leave your order at the office. TELEPHONE NO. 1145. ,afcgaraggBtJst Ste-aafilsrtfr-gtg JAHNS & I a o i "3 s ' a f r , 1 Peoria Cook and Ranges, TtvwAxa ion Qovn FmuruHnia GooDtw mt taooso Avsatus, ROCS ISLAND, ILL Best! k,' Week! raa-israeirsi-wgi BERTLESEN. tc S o c rt OS O 4 B s 0 u And tb year eadlag Nov. U. Osal ter,le(ttc;arsVBm WsrCM.asS aaaVksTlO. . Mk7