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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGtTST 27, 1094.
it i"4 ' r V lii i ! THE ARGUS. MMM DmOj aaa Weakly at 1M Stcoaa Aeaa. Bock lataad m. J. W. POTTSB, PTJBLISUZ. TBUS Deilf, ea teats pm wee. Weakly, fS.s far anm; Im a4raaee SlJO. All wwnli sunns of a critical at th eaa.-aeter, pomtaal at nHgtoaa, bum han taai aaaae attack for paMloetloa, Mo aoch artlclae win fee prlaud am BctHton stcnatarea. Oanpoailw a toltcitad fruai aary tawas&lp lock lalaaa eoaaw. OBMOCKATIO TICKET. ITATK. Tor feaator Fbabblib Wacvmjmh Tot Snpt. of Schools Hsxbt Ra Tor Treasurer Biiimd J.Cuaam Traa-e M the Tnl. I Pa Jrti II. Smith. . r-ity of llli- i Ttu V. Ciaxuasni, aola ( Cali L. PixaanxTa. ror.TT. Tot Coantf Jndtre..... Tor County Clerk CaaaLBS Waiib ' Tor Sher I... CnaBLBe W. Nssce Tor Tre uutvt Cram W. Gofdos Tor Sup: of HrbOO!......CBAB!.Ba B.MABS11U. Haeaverattc Congrcaalonal Coarentloa. Tbt Democratic roterr Id tba tereral counties Cmaprtp:at the Tenia coagreiwiooal district, an requeetca to rend delcpmire to a cnrwreealonal convaatioa to bo he'd at Rock Island, 111., TkTltiy. Aq 30, ISM, at t o'eWk p. m , foe tat purpose of Domlnatin? acatllto for rong-e. and traneacilns atch other bairM a nay be pretested for the con aideratk a of tba eonrenuon. The tcveral conn tie la tl.t congressional convention will be en titled to a repreaeatatlon on the baa! of one del egate? for every auo Tote cat for Clevelaad and MUTanx a la isas. at follow: rnantlr. Vote. Del. Henry. S.6TO 1 ktxx Sim IS Morocr l.KS 10 Moca lelaaj 4,1" I Mark H 4 VUlrti t i.7Vt u ToU IS.r "A 76 By ori.ir of the democratic eoncrceslooal com ailttei of the T.nth dletrlct of Illinois. L. C Blaxdi.no, Chairman. Bock Inland. 111.. Aug. t, lr.M. lioiiMicratlc Senatorial Convention, The at antlee of Rock Inland and Hoary, com prlnlng tba Thirty. third aenatorM dletrict. are ruetol to tool dvlesate to tbc cobtcdHod to be arid at til eonrt noire, la tba city of Meet Island, oaThuretlay, Aug. a. at 1 p. m , for the parpoee of nomiaatltc a candidate for :ate en ator, i'h eandl late for rrprracntat.Te. appoint Ins a ne'mtorlal committee, and transacting eurb othrr bi tineas a aiay properly come before the coBTeat-oa. Tie Vr m of rrp'ewnutioa will be one dilc ffate for eery W vote cast for CicTe'and and BtvTsBwia la ItWA, and one dclepitc for evrrr fraction tf Itt vote, a follow: Kock le'and eniBfy (.084 Tnl., so d.-lrpates; ller.rr cennty WS eotce, 13 dt-lega'r. I. C. Bi I'Dln.i, M. 4. V, Kimv, L. V. lMm k. Committee. rtnek Maed. IlU An.M. 9t. J'UXDAT, AtGfST 27. 1894. Tlir new tar.T bill Ixcomes a law at uiii'ni'Lt tunilit unlejti tLe jrcs- itlt'Bt I'SL-rciaeB Lis Teto prerogative in tbc meantime. Co.kks will have fxren in session by tbe time it a'ljourns, on Tucs tlar. 35y (lavs, inclndinj the extra seiot which was called to do awaj with John Sherman's "coward ly makeshift." Only two congresses sat lorir the First and the Twen-ty-s"Vunth. Tn. Keokuk Constitntion-Demo-rrat issued its annual supplement Saturday nipht. an edition that wonld do rrtdit to a city many times the size of Keoknk. and tbe people of that city should (eel and extend tbe meaetirc ( appreciation that the en terprise thus manifested is worthy of. Norw has watched the papers lately with closer attention to the movements of President Cleveland than i!ic manufacturers and jobbers of playing cards. They wanted to know, first, if the president was pn in? to sign the tariff bill, and, sec ondly, if be did. what they them selves were going to do about it. The new bill provides an internal revenue tax of 2 cents a pack on plajing cards. William Waluokf Aftek seems to be wiggling his way into the good graces of the English snobs quite rapidly. He seems to think that to sneer at Americans is the proper ca per. Sir William (that is to be) the l)ukf of U'aldorf-Astor (that may yet 1) should return to New York a'nd make another run as republican can. didate for congress. Good Ameri cans would love to get a whack at him, says a New York-journal. Tin: stale board of health recently sent to the prosecuting attorney in each county of the stale contracts for the prosecution of all itinerant vemlt rs of medicine, nostrums, treat ment of diseases, etc. The board has roocived returns from 03 prose cutors, who certify that they will en force the laws as" required by tbe stale board. Tbe secretary of the Ixiard has returned to these attor neys certificates of authorization, so tbat they may be able to do business at the first opportunity. The board Is determined to break up this mal practice, and will prosecute each of fender to the full extent of the law. Sf-M!i;riELi Register: The in. tense interest George M. Pullman takes In lightning the burdens of labor, and his profound sympathy for tbe toilers are illustrated by his generosity in furnishing Lnited States Ibor Commissioner Carroll I). Wright with an annual pass, which gives him free nse of a palace car whenever and wherever he trav els. Mr. Wright, who, by virtue of his otflce, is president of the commis sion now engaged in investigating the Pullman strike, has carried this evidence of the duke's love for the poor laboring man for a number of years. Mr. Wright, by the way, is one of the republican holdovers occn- Eving a fat position which ought to e filled by a democrat. If he had been given the 6. B. a year ago, we would not now have the spectacle of a beneficiary of Pullman sitting as a judge in the controversy between him and his victims. HUNTED TO EARTH. Two Baadlta Wk Make Marderoaa Record. CniCAOO, Aug. S7- Two desperadoes. Will Lke and II. F. Gorman, who shot and killed Detective Owens, of the Chica go, Milwaukee and Su Paul road, at Deer field Saturday night, and a few hours later ahot and probably mortally wounded Offi cer McGrnth at Mnyfuir, were surrounded and captured by the police near Oak Grove woods, near Itesplitiuea river. The capture was only effected after six hours' chase and tbe exchange of fully KO shots. The desperadoes fought off tba blueconts and exec i ted clviliau participators in the ninn-hunt until their ammunition was exhausted, and then sought safety in flight. Bullets from tbe officers' revolvers brought both men to earth, and when the police reached them they were weak from loss of blood. Jutlgo Lynch la tike tbe Poor. As soon as tbe wounded men were taken in charge by the ofiic-ers a new danger arose. Infuriated citir.eus demanded that the wounded men lie immediately deprived of their lives. The officers were forced to draw their revolvers to protect tbe very men into whom a few moments before they bad poured lead. The crowd made de-.per.ite efforts to pet the baudita from the police, but each time were repulsed without bloodshed, md the prisoners litnded safely ia West Cbiciito avenue sta tion. Gorman mnde a statement to the effect that he had lieen out of work for nearly two months, and Friday was offered a job as teamster ou a farm near the poiut of the hold-up. lie and Luke boarded a frrijiht train to go there, and en route beard the triiiumeu or somebody order some men off who were stealing a ride. II ami It Account of tbe Holdup, He and Lake then went to tbe rear of the train und took the car next to the ca boose, where they were discovered by a man in c:t;f u' clothes who swore nt them nud told them to j imp off while the traiu was runnini; twenty-live miles an hour. They refused, and he shot at them. They both returned the fire and the man fell back. This is very different from the report of tbe trainmen, which is that the two men invaded the caboose with pistols drawn and held np tbe trainmen they found there, shoot im: Detective Oweu and til line bim, und robbing bis body aud the conductor. How Thry Shot OfEcrr MrGrath. Gorman's cuulesMou continues: "After tbe shootinc wa cot off aud started to walk toward the Northwestern road to a station twenty-two miles trora Chicago. We orrived there ut 1" p. m. e inquired of a railroad mnn when another train would go Into the city. He told us there was only a b'er Iruiu. which did not al ways stop. We walked t'j North Evuiis ton where we tot a freight traia to May. field. We were in a r;oiidiia c:ir on the mniu line. When we reached Myfield I beard some one w ho was standing on the platform of the station say: "Then are tbe now!' I then saw a nmu in uniform whom I supposed was a Northwestern polic.'tnuu n.tu a gun in bis baud. He wns trying to pet in the car I was in aud I tired one shot at bim. He started to run aud I tired three more." Captnre-d a f'urmer's Wugon. Tbe balance of the confession d'S cot differ from the facts as told by others. After the shooting of McGrnth the whole country was up aud a man bunt began, which was participated in by a larce force of Chicago pol icemen armed with rifles, tbe suburban officials, and ly a big rein forcement of farmers armed with what ever in the wny ot lireartns they had. The first thing the baud its did was to "requisi tion" a farmer's team and get away in that until the team broke down. LIGHTNING TOO SPEEDY FOR THEM. He mm ml in on Every Side They Still Make a llenperate Fight. But the telegraph was carrying the news to all points and from every side tbe avengers came until, driven from the woods, the men got into a cornfield aud here made their last stand. A battle fol lowed, in which the bullets cut tbe corn leaves like bail. Tbc robbers were prompt iu returning fire, but iu the interchange neither the officers uor tbe men were wounded. Iu a few moments the revol vers of the robbers were emptied. They made a futile effort to reload them, but just at that time both ot them got a dose of lead and then they threw up their bands and surrenderd. The desperadoes wera nearly captured by tbe Attrill street atutiou oflicers about an hour before the final stand was made. After abandoning Farmer Egersten'a wagon tbe robbers ran through a big corn -field and came cut oti the Higgins road. Tbey entered a farmhouse and at tbe points of their revolvers demanded breakfast. Tbe frightened housewife made baste to set before tbe two baudits the best she hud in the-house. While tbe men were still seated in tbe Litcheu two patrol wagons filled with po lice officers from Irving Park and May fair dashed up. The bandits escaped by a rear door. Tbe police were scarcely prepared to see their prey rushiug away from the farm bouse into the woods, and before tbey could bring their firearms into play tbe men were safely out of sight. Nut long afterward tbey got iuto the bit of woods known as Orchard Grove, but were driven out of there into the cornfield in which tbey were captured, aud this ended an ex citiug day for tbe police of Chicago and vicinity. Gorman says be is a married man aud bis borne is iu San Francisco. Tbe watch aud cbaiu taken from Detective Owen after be bad been killed were found in tbe possession of Lake. Tbe latter said be was a striking switchman aud had been out of work since tbe strike commenced, lie said be was hungry aud out of money aud tbat be aloue waa tesponaible for the acta of himself and Gorman. Gorman also goes by the name of Gordon, and also Griswold. A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves the bowels in tbe morning without pain or discomfort. It is a great health giver and blood purifier. Sold by llartz & Ullemeyer. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. "FRENCH AS SHE IS SPOKE." Mr. Grotamlth'a Hanaorowa Skit la bat Lit tle EBaggerated. In one of his entertainments Mr. Oeorgo Grossmith, the English come dian, extracts considerable fnn from "French as she is spoke" by the school boy. In a clever skit on the French play that forms part of the inevitable prize day programme all the dialopne is of the conventional "first French oourse" order viz, "Have yon seen the garden of my wife's oncle?" "No, bnt I have found the pencil of my father's sister." I was reminded of this the other day when calling on a friend whose three small nieces hail Just arrived from South America. The children's native tongue was Spanish, but evidently a "first English course" had been nsrd to prepare them for their visit to this conn try, and their quaint high flown phrases were a constant source of mirth to the household. They invariably prefaced each sentence with, "It is that" "Jnanita, why haven't you brushed your hair?" said my friend to the dark eyed eldest girl of about 6. "It is that I failed to discover my brush," was the stately reply. At that moment the Valy up stairs set up a piercing yell, wiiuo tipou the second child, with hand up raised, remarked, with infinite so'em nity, "Hark, tho infant wails!" New York Journal. To keep your fruit jellies from mold ing pnt au even half inch of suprar ovi r the top after the jelly has coulcd, auj then cover the glass with thick r-.p0'" that has been coated with white ot vg. rve a s-.-crct In my heart. Sweet Marie : A t&le I would Impart, fcweet 11 arte. If jroo'd ever fairer he You must amavs utc Parke" Tea, The Improvement you will see, dweet Marie. Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer. Shtro Kuroda M. A. C, Amherst, Mass. A Japanese Student Health In Danger From Over-study Creat Heaith From Hood's Sarsapariila. Hood's Barsaparilla has bencnted peor' of an nationalities. Testunonl.il Icttersare coming to us daily tiytne hundreds. One of the resent contributions comes from Mr. Shtro Kurn.'a of Japan, a student r.t the Massachusetts Ar cuitural College at Amherst. His letter follows: " Massachusetts Airrlcultura! Col'epe, Amherst, IIjas. "tl Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.: " Gentlemen, I came to America In 1W and entered college in the following fall. After tho thorough attainment of my education, my object is to return to my native country. But I must not discuss my personal affairs. I wish to Recommend to the Public the wonderful healing power of flood's Sarsa. parllla. which is peculiar to itself. "I have been suffering greatly from dyspepsia. I always felt tired and had no appetite what, ever, often felt dizzy and even fainted nway. My trouble was, no doubt, due to my weak ern tituflon and strict adherence to study. Had I continued lu the game rmidttinTi it ould tiavo resulted in a snare to my health, ortnmyevi. course at least. Last spring I took three bottles ul Hood's Sarsapariila. ll Is A Wonderful Medicine. It gave me a good appetite and strength, swh as I had never experienced before. Two mi s after 1 began to tjike the f.rst bottle I actuary gained ten founds of flesh, and now I am ly Indebted to Hood a SarsapariUa for Uuit Hood'sCures clearness of my head which enables me to study for hours without dl77iness of faititness. It Is ray desire to recommend Hood's Sasararilla mosthiL'hly.asan excellent -student's belticr." Hhiko Ki-koda, M. A. C, Amherst. Ma s. Heod'S Pills cure Constipation by restor ing the peaisUilt'c action of the alimentary canal. IT POPS. Effervescent, tea. Exhilarating, appetizing. Just the thing to build up the constitution. Hires' rocu Wholesome and strengthening, pure blood, free from boils or carbuncles. General good herlth results from drinking HIRES' Rootbeer the year round. Package makes five gallons, 25c. Ask your druggist or grocer for it. Take no other. Send went stamp to the Charles E. Hires Co.. 117 Arch St., Philadelphia, for beauti ful picture cards. VI60R MEN Easily. Quickly, Permanently Restored. Vealtaeaa, Nervoaaneaa, mr , i&oa Rti meirain ot evils trora early errors or later excesses, the resuHsof overwork, sickness, worry. vie ruu&iiengin, devel opment and tone giver to gevery organ and portion of the body. Simple, nat- I ural methods. Jiim )i ate lmDrnvrnwnt vn. failure inioosFibie. 2.00 references. Ivxik. a icr. explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) lrcc. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. if ffti A YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Kothlng cpneahi so strongly to a mntbrr's flection as ber daughter Just bud ling into womauliccu. Following is en instuncu: "out daughter. Blanche, now 15 years of age, bad beun tcrrTlily atuietcd with n4vnuuus, aud bad lost tha entire oe of her richt arm. Sho was In such a condition that we bad to keep her from school and atiandon ber rausle les sons. In fact, w feared St. Vitus dar.ee. and are pnsiUva but for an invnluaUu remedy etio would bave bad tbat terrible affliction. Wo had employed pby&xians, but snc received no benefit from them. Tue first of hist Aucust ahe wciphed but la pounds, and aithoiizn Vhc bos taken oaly threa bottles of Ken ine she now weighs loo pmnds: her nervousness end symp toms of sit Viuis dance are crtireiv gorrb, the attends school roeularly, and si.Klies with com fort and ea& the bas recovered complete uo of ber arm, her appetite is splendid, and no money could rroeure lr onr daeehtcr the health Dr. Miles' Nervine baa brought ber. When my brother recommereled tLe remedy I had no talth In patent medicines, urid would not listen to bim, but oa a lest r-sort he arm us a bcttlc. wa tepm giving It t l'lanch and the effect was almost immediate." Mrs. R. K. Bullock. Brighton. . Y. Dr. lliles' Restorative JCctvtne Is sold by all droggtstson a positive guarantee, or vent direct by the lr. Miles .Medical Co., Klkhart, Ini., on receipt of price, tl per bottle, six buttles for express prepaid. It is poutlvUv tree from Opiates or dauyuous druen PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOR3TRTS. B. 0. OOITBBLLT. B. D. C0BBBU.T. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Office second floor, over Mitchell A Lyndel baak. Money to loan. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. OSes ia Rock Island National Bank building. B. D. SWXBBBT. a L. WALSBB. Sweeney & "Walker, Attorneys and Councillors at Law. OSca to BengstooB Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. " Legal business of all kinds promptly attended to. State's Attorney of Eork Island coaoty. Office, Poetofica Block. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loan money on good security; maae collec tions. Referccce, Mitchell Lynda, bankara. Office, PoetoftVe Block. DESTISTS. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Rooms 29 and 31 in Mitchell h Lynda's Building. Take elevator. PnTSICLAKS. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at Staassen's livery stable. Telephone 1115. Dr. A say. Physician and Surgeon. IlU, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170. offica Honrs : 1 to 4 p. m and at sight. t. a. BOixowBcaa, a. s. . b. babts, h, d. Dre. Barth & Hollowbnsh, Physicians and Surgeons. Office 4011 Prd st. Telephone 1385 aeaideticeVSlSletst. " lias omcs Boraa: Or, Barth lr, flntlon btu-b to IP a, m. I 111 to U a. ra. ItoiacdT wep.a, I to and 7 to 8 p, m. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Office, Whlttaker Block, aoothweat corner Third and Brady streets. Imvenport. Iowa RoomalTandla. Honrs: toll a. m.,1 to p.au CITY OFFICERS. W. A, Darling, City Engineer. Bnforfl Block, ovar KuusbarrB store. ARCBITKCT8. Stocker & Kerns, Architects and Superintendents. Offers for patent drawing. Room ITMCA Building Edward L. Ham matt, Architect. Offioe, Room 41, Mitchell Lynde Building. Geo. P. Staudnhar, , Architect. Plans and senerlntendenea fn. all fmmm BuUdiart. Rooms Si and Ul. lliuihall a i.miU Bailduia'. Take clcvaWr. THE TRAVELERS' GTJIDK. Pbicaoo, kock islawd a raciric Railway Depot eorner Fifth mm aad Talny-arst net. Fraak H. Plamaaer, Afoot. TRAINS. Denver Limfted AOmska.. Ft. Worth. Deover K. C. Ban. Was, 1 1 Mam :lam t4:4Samll:ISpm t:45asa S pm t 7:M am 5:10 pm lt 40 am S-aoaea 7:Nl un t :Snpm lt:auam S:tSam t:snam t Snffaai t:aai t S:Mpea 1i:Bnam t :laa S:45am t S-OOpm 4:iam llnsipra Uio pm t t :?t am 1:1 am t S:SO pat e t iVt pm 51. K. C St, Joe a Minneapolis .nmmam m iw MOinee. .... .. traita a Kunsae City Omaha A Dee Mntnr Ex... Omaha A Dea Moines Kx.. Denver, Lincoln a Omaha... Kt. Fait a Minneapol'e..... 81, Paal A Minneapolis.... St. Joeeph, Atrtalsoa a K. C. Denver, Ft. Worth a K. C. IKaaeaa City A SU Joseph. tRnck Island a Washington. tt'bicaBn a Dee Motnea Amral. Deparran. tDaiiy.exeeptSaaday. All others daily. Telephone lurt. F. B.PLmaa, Agt. BURLINGTON ROUT I C., B. Q. KAIL way Depot First avvaa) aad aixtacath street. M. J. Yoana. ageau TRAINS. LBAVB. Sk Loon Kxprese at. Loaia Kiprees....... St. Paul Passenger Peardetown Paewngar.. Sterling Pa tnger...... lluliuque Faaaeugar Serllng Pa-nver 6:40 am' T:lr pm ...I T:SpailT:ia am f .45 pme T:Mia S:inpai 10:ss am 1 T Mw t:ttw S:4&nB S:pm I 46 pay eUaiur. rBICAGO. MILWACKEB ST. FACL itauway ti seine m Bomaweaiara mvlsiaa Depot Twentirta etreet. tMtween First and Secoud avenues, K. D. W. Uolmca, Agent. TKAIN8. T.itava. I saan-B Mall and Kzpreea.. St. Paul Kxpress... tsns am pm 4 Ml pm 11:45 am Dock Island a Peoria Railway Depot First ATenoe and Twentieth etrccL TRAINS, I Lbavb Abbitb Fast Mail Exprcea , 8 03 am T:H0 pm "J"" I ipm 11:1s am table Accomraoiii.rlnn I S :10am pm Kt KLisiiTUs, tEDAK KAPIDS a Northern Railway, depot f.iot of Bradv "reel. uaTeopon. gas. Morton, uea. Tk't A rasa, agenb Davenport Trains. Lbvk I Arbtvb Paeeemier...., Freight M :4u im,bl0:. an bT:3U 1 m blrnu an Weet Liberty Triu? PaseenxevT tNorth. rson:n. bT:l(iam bl0:4(ipm a:u:) pm 1 a&nsam "No. Freight.... f 07 :rn pm hS:40 pm4bll:4&am alS:5pm 1 b:0uam a Dailv. bDailv excrnt Snndav. tOolnc msh tOoina Mouth and cast. No. 18 rune between cedar Kapids and w cot L:be.ty. Superior Service to Springfield, 111. St. Louis, Ao. And Intermediate Points VIA Xc now offer to the puWic a good route to and from the above cities ia Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis By. as follows: G0ISG. Lv Rock Island. 8:05 am 2:20 pm Ar Peoria 11:20 am 5:40 pm Lv Peoria 11:55 am 7:45 pm Ar Springfield.. 3:15 pm 12:45 am Ar St. Louis.. .. 7:10 pm 7:00 a m RETURNING. Lv St. Louis 7:45 am 8:15 pm Lv Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 am Ar Peoria 3:05 pm 6:50 am Lv Peoria 4:30 p m 8:00 a m Ar Rock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. Depot foot of Twentieth St. Bock Island. III. Free Free Free How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD SOAP POWDER free of charge: BUY "OUR LADY" SOAP? Cut off the end of the wrapper, at place named. When you have 35 pictures of our Anti-Wash board Soap Powder, take them to your grocer or present them at our oflico and you will receive FREE a 4-pound package, worth 25c We make thia liberal in ducement to quickly Introduce Our Lady Soap and Anti-Waahboard Soap Powder And holdj good until all wrap pers on which thia offer is print ed, is presented to as. Warnock Cl Ralston Soap Makers, Bock Island. ' (KhIjS Discovered AEerica, We Keep It Clssn Santa Claus Soap. "ST HZ HKJfflW COrlPM Boys Shoes Cor. Second and Harrison Sts. Telephone 207. See our spring And summer J. B. J. H. SCHAAB, Groceries. Latest Novelties . 4 4 4 3 i 4 3 J In all the leading shades for the coming sea son. FALL CAPES AND JACKETS ar riving daily. a. Wholesale and Retail. aU 114 You buy ripht when you buy of us A Good, Stylish and Servicable pair of Cost no more if bought at the right place. We are sellers of the cele brated Iron King Boys' School Shoe. They fit and look well. Suits. Our purpose in advertising is to let evcryl!) who buys clothing that is all mankind h? r about know that our suitings arc in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You arc respectfully invited to call and see the Ltcst in patterns and styles. Call and leave your order. ZTTVTTtTF.R, Star Block, opposite Harper house. Cyclone Roller Mills and Jobber in Flour and Feed. . . iilFALL SAILORS and ALPINE HATS fc& W. Seccni Street. 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