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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1CH6.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, a. a. eomnxT. b. av. oujubixy. Connelly 4c Connolly, "Attorneys at Law. Ofic ta-ocl tuor. tnt Vitjtell Lvid Mb. Moo. to loaa. Jackaon Ac Burst, Attorneys at Law. Offlee la Kaefe blaad National luk bnll6jBfc a . rnnit. at.tun. Bwoney Walker, Attoraejra aod Coancellon at Law OSe. In Baagirtoa'. Block. Charles J. So&rla, Attorney at Law. Laval nitne of all m pror-ioVr attended1 a, Bui' Attorn ol Hock bland county I Oca, roetnao. Block. McEniry or. McEnlry. Attorneys at Law. Loaa money oo rood r jeartty: aaaa eoUae ttona. Rtfrrraoo, MlvoboU a Lynda, baaaan. t Boa. FoatoBco Block. ARCH ITKOTH. Drack & Kernr. Archltoota and Superintendents. Room 31, Mitchell Lynda balldine;. Second Boor. Geo. P. Stauduhar. Architect. Dana and viparlntndeera for all elasa of bnlldlara, Knoo as and as, Hitchall iin& buUdlaa;. Tako .levator. ritsticiAsm. Dr. W. H Ludewig, Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office la Tremann's new balldlnf, comer Sev' rnteenta street Knit TLlrd arcana. Bock Island. Telephone ho. !. Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. OBca, Waitukar Block, soathwaat am Third aad Brady ftraets, Davenport, Iowa Ro-ma 11 aad 18. Hoons ttolla.B.,1 lot p. hewtiht. Dr John E Hawthorne, DENTIST. DENTIST. DENTIST, DENTIST. Ktw Doatal Parlor, over BarU A Tnioeteyor Dra store, Third awnaa and Twentieth street Tha latest appolttments for iklllcd dental work fLOKlT. Henry Oaetje Prop , CHIPPIANNOCK NUKSEKY. Cnt Flowers and Designs of all kinds. City store, 14 Seenad aveaa.. Telephone 1C1 a Hueeing Q Hoof rwsuRAivrcn AGEWTS. ' Representing among other time-tried aad well known Fire Insurance Cqm paales the following: Hvh'.trt 0ma In Co Rockc.fr, N V watthtr nra Buffalo Oertiaa M Sprit., (kmloa M 4rmn Fir Hw 11 unpohlra Mliwaokoa Hocaaalea Secant n " t (It BUT P.nflaio. N T - v i. ...... Philadelphia reona, in Manehmtar N U .Milwaukee. Wis .....Now Haven, Cona Office Corner Eighteenth street and Second Avenue, second floor. Telephone No. 1047. ESTABLISHED 1868. "The OldReliable" HAYES V CLEAVELANO, insnrancB Agents, Representing over Forty Million Dollars of Cash Assets. TIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACC1- r DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY ER'S LIABILITY. INSURANCE. Bonds of Suretyship. Offlce-Baajatoa'S Mock, Bock Island, I xir ear mass Ikay win tatafaat yoa. J. M. BUFORD. General . . . Insurance Agent raeeie r aad Tuaa-tnas OBatnaata.' rovaMctod. Lcues Prcxptlr Paid. Itaua as lew a soi iimo .otAtwaf caa at Tom raaeaat la aiUaUaS. YE4RS OF INTENSE PAIN. Dr. J. II. Watt, driest and physi cian, Humboldt, Neb., wbo suffered with heart disease for four years, trying every remc'y and all treatments known to hlm- aclfand fellow-practitioners; believes that heart disease is curable. Co writes: I wish to tell what your valuable medi cine has dono for mo. For four years I had heart disease of tbo very worst kind. Sev eral physicians I consulted, said it was Rheumatism of the Heart. It was almost un endurable; with shortness of breath, palpita tions severe pains, unable to sleep, especially on tbo left side. No pen can de scribe ray suffer ings, particularly lurin? the last months of those four weary years. DR. J. H. WATTS, I finally tried Dr. Miles New Heart Cure, and Was surprised at the remit. It put new lifu into and made a new man of me. I hare not bad a symptom of trouble since and I am satisfied your medicine has cured me for I have now enjoyed, since taking it Three Years of Splendid Health. I might add that I am a druggist and have sold and recommended your Ileart Cure, for I know what it has done for mo aad only wish I could state more clearly my Buffer ing then and the good health I now enjoy. Your Kcrvino aad other remedies also give excellent satisfaction. J. II. Watts. numboldt. Nob., May g, "9. Dr. Miles Heart Core is sold on a positive iniaranuw that the first Dottle will benefit, Ail ilnissiststiell itatel, 6 bottles for 85. or It will bust-nt, prepaid, on receipt of price by the in. laUea Medical Co. Elkhart, Ind. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Restores Health EVER 5? SOLD FOR FCR SALE BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE HARDWARE! Mixed House And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1 .10 Third avenue LOST MANnOOD" Baaily, Quickly and Permanently Restored, CXLSSRATE3 EXQU4II IlCHEDT Tt l ir.'i on a Ttivo i;r.iai'.i''0 to euro any J'lm t nervous prus- ljfjrL trj.li;aor "y ciiirdor . ... ne ts hv MC'SS.-.O cto Of Ziftor. Ti;tcr. Alcs-hM er Criui, cr on account rt yoDl!ii.:l indi:vtion r ottt indttlenro elft. V.fftUil i'eproMit.n. t.itm'nzGt tlio limin, Weiu: Mancrv. JNw int Ifets-n i'a.n-v. fccialnol HeatntM, ttVMrna. ..ciumal tnilssH-u, rr:rraiiarTi:ra, Lkm. (,f l'owcr ori TmpnUjnoy, irhfcn if nolcclol, riffv Iftui to rrematttto uli oco and insanitr. lH iitivcly iraarmntixxL J "riot. $1.03 a tcx; Ctorsa tvSi oft. rnt br mail on recclptof prico. A writtao caornnteofurni.-hed witUovery fciuocrdtr received. h. rt tuna tno ovocy u a permanent euro is Bus S inr ii I 02iEBVIA HEDICIN3 CO.. Detroit, Itici. Bold by M. F. Bat.nsen, druggist. Bock Island Restored Manhood. DR.MOTT'S NERVERINE PILLS. The ereat rpmA dy for nervous prostration all nervous and die- . eaeesotuie . erjx wa a-utm awA J jjfc such a NerroJai vli. r.lY-Mm as 7 , . iv iiiw. raitng or Lest Kar.hnoo. IrnpotrncT. Nifrhtly Emtmitxw.Youtli -7 7w-wamwaawvi awawaaa 1 luotiauvu, l4vccor Opium, wbich Imd toConsumpttoamnd InnaialtT. With evt-ry $J order we irive wnv tati sriarrvnt- in aar..a.t Sold 9t.tM per box. 6 boxes tor UTrtft CHIJUCaU. lOXPelXT. Clmln Oklt. Sold by T. n. Taacna, drufjlsU Fa no bavv rron tn rpfjt Mat o iai..rnUkblv?, Wrsk from Nlr fatly ', rai irom urnur ad Urmoiy k-cp)ctj aft fipSMaUlj effect etvnottainir fao r-lTV &M WPaattaWW Ike. iTnhnni ta avaWMld aatlka onUCnCI KtjSnaita KrmriiT m rtaei ,rHTve ltl PW M Pl.t"! pMXM-B; Of 111 CM KM ICAI. Wa- Amenta or T. S..Ohicc r Jam rma buy is t. - - baw. MaiaUaU lukr, KOCk laiA.Nl, ILL. 4 iiV I. V W 3" e I n bb .mr ago i7m AN - ARTIST IN CRIME. Continued from Second Page. 1, and H von can men convict our man yon shall bo most welcome." "I 6hall bend every energy to that I cna. cm now leu me tne name or sue jeweler from whom the buttons were procured. Air. Mitcliel then wrote down the name of a Paris firm, also giving their address. Handing the slip of paper to Mr. Barnes, ho took another sheet and con tinned writing. 'Why, Mr. Mitchel," exclaimed Mr. Barnes, "this is the same firm from whom yonr jewels were brought those, 1 mean, which arc similar to the stolen sot. I have already communicated with these peoplo, mid they sent me word that they knew nothing. " "es, I know. That was by my in struction. " Saying which Mr. Mitchel smiled, and Mr. Barnes onco more dis covered that ho had been fighting against a man who thought of every thing. "You see," continued Mr. Mitchel. "I knew that yon saw the name cf the jewelers on the bill of sale. What more probable than that yon should apply there for information? rov, my object throughout has been not to defeat justice, but to have time enough elapse for rue to win my wager. Therefore I immediately sent a cable to theee psrscus, 'Answer nothing signed l.anies t:ll yon hear from me Rather a long cablo dispatch, but then I don't mind a few dollars. Of course my cable to them luado them shut their months to you. It was very simple. However, I myself have not been able to cot satis factory facts from them, and I think it needs a person actually on tho ground to lerret out this thing. I believe yon arc just the man for tho case. This let ter will givo yon their assistance, and here is a check for $000 for expenses. " Mr. Earner would Lave refused, but Mr. Mitchel insisted that from that time on Mr. Barnes should consider himself regularly employed on the mur der case. "Though of course," said Mr. Mitchel jocularly, "you are still free to work cut the robberies. " The two men shook hands at parting, and one would have said that they were separating after a mutually satisfactory interview. to be COXTIXUED. H2 V. S TOO SMART. Tho Experience of a Countryman Klth Loudon Confidence Men. London La3 its confidence men, who arc quite as expert as America's, says a writer iu tho Boston Herald. Their methods are very similar. It is not worthwhile to record their routino oper ations, but caio recent instance, as illns trittivo of their resources, is amusihg and instructive. An old Scotch travel ing man, who boro somewhat the ap pcaranco cf a countryman, but who knew tho ropes perfectly, was accosted. He decided to havo some fun at the ex penso of the would be swindlers, so ho pretended to fall readily in with their statements to bo a particularly easy victim. They bought him a splendid dinner, calling him Mr. Kenny of Dun dee a name which they had caught from a traveling bag which ho had bor rowed from a friend. Ho enjoyed their hospitality hugely, and ate prodigiously and expensively. They paid the bill, and began tho usual talk about a lottery prize, etc. Then ho saw it was about time to "cap thoir game. " Said he: "Gentlemen, I thank yon for tho din ner. It was very good, and I havo had a very pleasant time with you. But I won t go to see you draw your lottery prize. Ob, no! I know all about tho lot tery prize. My name is not Donald Kenny. It is Robert Ferguson, and I'm not from Dundeo, but from Lochnoven, where I've lived with my daughter for 20 years. I am too old a fish to be caught Good night 1" And ho went his way rejoicing. Two weeks later, when he went home to his daughter in Lochnoven, one of the first things she said to him was: "Did you get the 20 all right?" -"What 20?" "Why, tho 20 you telegraphed for. " And it developed that the confidence men whom ho had beaten at their own game had an ace up their sleeves, which they played after he had left them. Dress tha Keck Becomingly. Emma M. Hooper contributes an ar ticle in Ladies Home Journal upon "Dressing the Keck Becomingly" and asserts that the success of a toilet de pends npon the neckwear. She described a number of collar effects and has to say of the "handkerchief style," very popu lar just now: "The handkerchief col lars consist of a double straight band of batiste or fine lawn, with fonr corners sewed on tho top and turned over on the outside, leaving a division at the center, back and front The corners are of ba tiste tucked on the edge, plain in the center, with a row of valenciennea lace inlaid between. The fonr corners of a fine openwork handkerchief could be taken for this purpose. Sometimes a band of ribbon is fitted around the lawn band and tied in a bow at the back. Otherwise the band is worn inside of a high dress collar, with the points falling outside over the edges of the collar. " Stone Buildings. A thousand years hence all the stone bnildings now standing in Europe will havo crumbled to dust So perishable is the material of which they are construct' ed that the process of decay is already evident in many famous buildings. 2eitber marble uor brownstone can withstand the action of the elements. Marshall pass, on the Denver and Bio urande railroad, la the highest point yet attained by a railroad In the United Mates. Elevation. 10,855. feet Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for WONDERFUL GOLD LEAF. flow It la Manafaetnrcd aad Soene at Its PecnUavritiea. The process by which gold is made into thin tatres is called gold beating. As yet the ase of machinery far this purpose is very limited, nearly all gold leaf being beaten by hand. First tho gold is cast into oblong in gots about three-fourths of an inch in width and weighing two ounces each. These ingots aro passed between pol ished steel rollers and flattened out into ribbons of about an eight-hundredth of on inch in thickness. The ribbons are softened by heat and cut into pieces an inch square. One hundred and fifty of these pieces are placed between vellum leaves, one piece above another, and the entire pile is inclosed in a double parchment case and beaten with a 1G ponnd hammer until tho inch pieces are extended to 4 inch squares. They aro then taken from tho case, and each square is. cut into four pieces. Tho pieces thus obtained are then placed between gold beater's skin a delicate membrane prepared from tho large intestine of the ox made into piles, inclosed in a parchment case and again beaten, but with a hammer of lighter weight. Still the leaves are not thin enough, and onco more each leaf is cnt into four pieces and again beaten. This last quar tering and beating produces 2, 400 leaves, and the thickness of each leaf is about one two-hundred -thousandths of an inch. Gold is so malleable that it is possible to obtain a still greater degree of thin ness, but not profitably. These thin leaves are taken np with wood pinchers, placed on a cushion, blown out flat and carefully cut into squares 3 inches in size. The squares are placed between the leaves of paper books, which have previously been rub bed with red chalk to prevent adhesions of tho gold, each paper book containing 25 squares or leaves of gold, and in this form the leaf is sold, not by weight, but by a superficial measure. Philadelphia Times. WHY DOGS BARK. A Writer Affords an Explanation aa Given to Him by an Indian. In writing of the native dogs of Cen tral America, Frederick Boyle brings forward a theory as to how dogs form tne name or barring, ile was discussing with an old resident of the country some traits of tho coyote, as the na tive wolf is called, but which more near ly resembles the dog. Dogs will never go wild so long as they can find a master to serve, and more especially trained dogs. The coyote never barks, and only gallops when nnr- sned. "Whv don't theso cnvnfpa Kirlr HIta other dotrs?" I askprl nn nld Tudinn pointing to ono I was trying to reclaim. anil v ny uo tuey only nowi and tho pnps grunt?" His answer was, "He won't learn." "Not learn?" said L "What do you mean?" "Uo." ho renlifwl. "not Iahto tea- if he were of an honest breed he would bark, to try to imitate his master, or, at nil events, the other tlnfrs. Vint all barking proceeds from dogs imitating meir master s snout Xlie master snouts to drive in cattlo to Mm rarnl. mid rim dog barks also. In fact, the dog imitates his master when he barks ; he tries to speak, but cannot " 1 give this curious observation as the only attempt I ever heard to account for the barkim? of OTir tamA Hrtrra XVh vrilfl breeds make any noise except howling any snarling, nor, under the best cir cumstances, will they learn to bark un lit tne mira or iourtn generation. Pittsburg Dispatch. Glass Houses. There were whole streets in Tvre en tirely occupied by glass works, and it is stated that the first glass houses were erected in Tyre. The class houses of Alexandria were highly celebrated for tne ingenuity and skill of their work men and the extent of their manufac tures. Layard, in writing about his discov eries among the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon, says: "In one chamber were found two entire glass bowls, with frae ments of others. These bowls are nrob- ablyof the same period as tho small bottle round in the ruins of the north west palace during the previous excava tions, and now in the British museum. On this highly interesting relic is the name of Sargon, with his title of king of Assyria, in cuneiform characters, and tne figure of a lion. We are. therefore. able to fix its date to the latter part of mo seventn century B. C. It is conse qaently the most ancient known sneci men of transparent glass. "Boston neraia. A Bit of Black. Nothim? is eomnlnto of black. It is a bit of cunning the French have taught its and is most valuable, for it immediately adds the touch we have strived for. No matter what the color or material if not pointelle or strip ed With black, a hnnoViv rilnlr etiAn bands of ribbon or pipings of satin are used. There are no end of means of deco ration, and all most effective too. So universal has this fashion become that neither track nor bonnet escapes it Boston Traveller. Heavy Sersaoa. Mason Why does Jason prefer taking a want on r nth avenue on Sunday morn' Ing to going to church? Payson He says he likes to read ser mons in stones rather than to listen to sermons from sticks. New York Her ald. Alcohol was first distinguished as elementary substance by A""Mi, in the twelfth century. ; The strait of Juan de Fuca i after an old Greek sailor who its shores in 1593. Hundreds of patents have been to inventors of wafnr vaa. FOR LITTLE FOLKS. THUNDER AND LIGHTNING. Am Ezplaaatioaj and lUoatiaUoa Wkka the Childrea Caa Cadexstaad. "Papa, what makes thunder and lightning?" "That is very easily answered. There is one branch of electricity called static electricity. It is the kind that makes sparks when yon rub a cat's back the wrong way in the dark and is caused in many way, such as friction, condensa tion and evaporation and especially those changes which ore Roing on in the atmosphere. The electricity accumulates according to certain laws, and the cjouds often become heavily charged with it Well, these clouds sometimes become overcharged, especially in hot weather, and the electricity tries to reach the earth. I told yon one time that air is a bad conductor, so the intensity of the charge must become great enough to pierce the air. When this point is reach ed, the . charge pierces the air in what we call a streak of lightning. "In doing this a long streak of vacu um, as we might call it, is produced in the air. "Now, as the air rushes into the vacuum it makes a loud report, and if sound did not travel so slowly we should only hear a single report like a cannon, but the space covered by a flash of lightning is probably a mile or two long. Here is a sketch: "Suppose you stand at A, while the lightning flash is from B to C The dis tance from B to A is emall compared with C to A ; consequently the sound from B will reach you first and from all the other points later, point C being heard from last This is why yon hear the long, rumbling sound, which the echo sometimes increases. "Brooklyn hagle. Pranks of Florida Wood Bats. A narrative of the queer doings of the Florida wood rat, the best known of them alL comes from Mrs. C F. Latham of Micco, Fla. Previous to the destruction by fire of the old Oak Lodge, year be fore last, it was often visited by a pair of very sociable and quite hurmless wood rats, who nested in a palmetto hut near by and made it their home until some cats came into tho family. The wood rats were big eyed, handsome crea tures without the vicious look of a com mon rat, with fine, yellowish gray fur, white feet and white under parts. Inas much as they never destroyed anything savo a pair of Mrs. Latham's shoestrings, which they bad to cut in order to get them out of the eyelet holes, they were tolerated about tho premises, and here are somo of the queer things they did : They carried some watermelon seeds from the lower floor and hid them up stairs under Mr. Baxter's pillow. In the kitchen they found some cucumber seeds, and of these they took a tablespoonful and deposited them in the pocket of Mr. Baxter's vest, which hung np stairs on a nail. In one night they took 85 pieces of wood from a box of beehive fixtures and laid them in a corn box. The fol lowing night they took about two quarts of corn and oats and put it into the box from which the beehive fixtures came. Once Mrs. Latham missed a handful of pecans, and they were so thoroughly hidden that she never found them. About a year later the rats realized that Mrs. Latham had "given it up," and, lo 1 the pecans suddenly appeared one day upon her bedl Professor W. T. Hornaday in St Nicholas. " '' Robin's "Robin, dear, please run upstairs and get my purse. It lios on the table. " "Oh, mamma, I am afraid." "Why, Robin ! Is my little boy a cow ard?" "But, mamma, I cannot help it" "Let me tell yon about yonr little birdie, Dixie. You remember he took his bath in a little saucer. Well, when I bought his bath cup he was afraid to.r .et into it He would stand on the ed;;e, then hop off again. Each day he was a little braver. "At last one morning he stood on the edge of the enp for a long while. Sud denly he jumped into the water, but ont he jumped again, almost frightened to death. Bnt little birdie did not say, 'I am afraid.' Oh, no. He hopped down and jumped in again. He put his bead into the water and threw it all over himself, and ever since he has enjoyed bis bath with no thought of fear. Now I certainly think if a bird can by perse verance overcome fear, surely a little boy should be able to do so." Robin jumped down from mamma's lap and went np stairs two steps at a time, and bringing down the pone to mamma said : "I'll not let Dixie get ahead of me. Lizzie Leonard Martin in Youth's Companion. - A Nursery Rhyme) Party. A nursery rhyme party is a pretty variation to the ordinary children s par ty. The little guests should come in fancy costumes, representing Jack Hor ner, Little Bopeep, Old Mother Hubbard and other popular heroes and heroines. A little license is permissible to take in Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Jack the Giant Killer and tbpee favorites not strictly rhymed abcutf. The costumes can be very simple and are easily pre pared. It is a suggestion for the supper that iz tne Tvjnij v Utatakets are ar- riation to color jthree different wetable color' l - Wr a-V4 t. i tnl " I hole ia left WTAm.dfrom is w.J"ed with a k Times. Bad Cooking is a waste and harmful in every way. Thousands of people are deprived of half the actual nutriment of their food because of bad cooking and the want of means to make food palatable and digestible. The is recognized as the most perfect cooking apparatus vet produced. It is made of malleable iron and cold-rolled double-stretched steel-plate throughout, except fire-box. which is made of the best gray iron. The oven and fire-box are built on an entirely new principle. The Majestic is backed by the strongest guarantee made by any maker, n SIEZIOZT & SCOT. Agents. 1515 Second Avenue. - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. THE PLACE TO BUY Wall Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture Frames and Window Shades is at the Adams Wall Paper Company, 310. 312 and 314 Twentieth street SCGSOOOOCCavOCa0OOCOCCCCOO XL A SPECIFIC for Rheumatism and Kidney Diseases. Guaranteed to cure vfevy the worst rases of Kheumatism. Send for full directions. In tablets made of iffi 6ft concentrated extracts and two to four times as many does as in liquid medicines 7a selling for the same price. A. Saiwtedt, 6th and Dorcas Sts Omaha, Keb Sf' 3 writes: "Three years ago I fell 18 feet; 1 was so badly hurt that the doctors O 1 KIDNEYKURA W '"ad but little noe of my recovery. It affected my kidneys and I have had I J Kheumatism very bad since. Your Kidneyknra has helped me so I am better , TV IMan lor two years." Sold bv dniirirists Sf dress for valuable free booklet i., twu o. loin &t, uinana, Aeb. &OOSSG$SSO SOLD T. H. TJOXXASe c7 sr AGENT WANTED ??t3 160 zsd 185. Whin 1 1 fill I kU Wntefortrrtn.anddiiKcmnta. rTOffli IUBBEI II MFC. CO, KMUA.U1S. iDfa ft) 84.00 03.00 O2.S0 These shoes fit to as only the beat of leather can. They're abapely, pliant the cnoat cnanfattablaot They always rnanage to hat ia Jr and keep out watex. 8areXr Yonr Dealer 8eUe Them, For Sale by DOLLY BROS. A FEW FACTS. FLORIDA Those who contemplate a winter's trip to this amiable climate will bear in mind the BIG FOUR ROUTE Is the "Best Line" geographically and substantially from all points East. Northeast, North, . Northwest and West. Solid trains of magnifi cent Wagner Buffet Sleeping1 Cars, Buffet Parlor Cars, elegant Coaches and Dining Cars daily from New York. Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland, Columbos, Sandusky, Chicago, St. Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis and in termediate . points to Cincinatti. where direct connection is made in Central Union Station, withont trans fer across the city, with Through Trains of Pullman 'Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville, via the Queen oV Cres cent Route and Loaisville dc Nash ville Railway. For rail parties' an call on A cent "Bis" Yoar i a. a. a.aii,a. a. m. BLatna. I Faas.TiaaJlgr. Oeal rasa. Tfcafctt Aft. Paper or sent bv mail. Prira 1 Kane mA. 1 (Western Office) Dr. li. J. Kay Medical fT) BY OOCCOCOCOG' Have dnet-proot bear inirs that are dast proof', large tubing. Inch tread, latest pat. tern con tin 000 cranks and crank shaft. Ta bular hubs wide be tween spokes, aad straight rear bracea. In fact, are t horoonhly modern in all respecta. Built by men wbo have every fact II ty that money caa bay lor the production of the beat machine, backed bv 18 years' ivace. ears- practical eaper- Priees Uadame Moss Sctal of Dress UiWzi COT 110 LUU TGOI 071 DJT1XS. Onr SCHOOL is decidedly the best place in this vicin ity to learn the entire art of French Dress Making. Pnpils make dresses while learning. Good positions for competent persona. Fashion plate and circular free. Reduced Rates for the next 80 days to those taking the system. nnmifflonrzj AGEHT. 53 and Si, steal ana. Boildlag, DAVaNPOkT.U. The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successors' to the Portage Bed Stone Co., also to Font Ken A Co., raoraiCTOM of AKS SUPERIOR PORT AGE BED. BROWN A3TD VARIEGATED BAND BTOhTR QUARRIES. I Security Building, "Hlnth Floor, Madison Street and Fifth Avenue, Chicago