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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. a. . ooaaatxv. b. . oonnxr. Cooneay At Connolly, 'Attorney at Law. OSca ie:oeJ Cuor. ovor .ItitjhaJl A Lynda' MB. ItHf o loan. Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys at Law. Offlea ti Rock blind K.ttonal Bank bnlldln. a. ax rnnii. akwtun. Swoenpy & Walker, Attorney od Coancellor t Law Office tn Bragatm's Block, Charles J. Searla, Attorney at Law. fecal Wtnea. of all lnBT0t?t1r attended e, nu' Attorney of Hock island coast? IBM, roetnfflea 8'ocJu McEairy & McEnlry, Attorney at Law. Loaa aiuf oa rood rararttvt was. coUae tlms R frvooe, muafaaU Lynda, bsnkars t Boa. fjatoac Bloc. ARCH IT Kern. Drack It Kern. Architect and Superintendents. RooaSl, MJtcaell Lrnd. boUdlng. Bceoari Boor. Geo. P. BUodobar. Architect. nana aed nNrrtntnd..r for alt class- of hnlldlava. Hnvd as ana fA, kUKtteil LlBd buudta. Take elwvr. nttkiciAira. Dr. W. B Ludewlg, Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Ofllc la Tmanti'a new halldln. comer Bar' .steam a struct and Third avenue. Book Iilsoi. Teiepaoc. no. inas, Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson. Eye, Ear, Nce and Throat Only. Onto. Wamakar Block, soaUrwest Third aad Brady ttraata, Datanport, Iowa Rows It aad IS. Hour) toll a.a.,1 to p.ai Dr John E Hawthorn, DENTIST. DENTIST. DENTIST, DENTIST. Saw Dental Parlors, oral Hart a Ulloaieyer Drag store. Third svenn. and Twentieth street Tba latest appointments for iklllcd dental work TLOKIIT. Henry Oaetje. Prop , C1IIPPIANNOCK NURSERY. Cut Flower and Design ot all kind. City store, lr Re amid arena.. Telephone 101 a Hucalnrj G. Hoofl rasuRAitTCE AGEItfTO. Representing among other time-tried and well known Fire Insurance Com panles the following: j HK4irteT QVrmM Ina Co Roch(Vr,W T Watrheatr rira New York Buffalo Martina Bnffalo, M T Sprits' Oordoa n ...... ....Philadelphia Woman rtra M Peoria, 111 N.w II uniwMro ManchMtar K U MllweekM Macaanlca .UUwankee, Wla Sow Haven, Cons Office Corner Eighteenth itreet and Second Avenue, second floor. Telephone No. 1047. CSTABLISIIED 1888. "The oidReliable,, HAYES A CLEAVELAND, iMuBCB APIS, Representing over Forty Million Dollars of Cash Assets. FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACC1 DENT. MARINE, EMPLOY ER'S LIABILITY. INSURANCE. Bond of Suretyship. oaca-avatitoa'a block. Bock Ula jcaraaar rataai taay win iataraat yea. J. hi. JJUFORD. Gcnt:r,tl . . . Insurance Agent Tseeht Wn aad Ttaiht Coatpealat,' Leuex PrcmptlT Paid. I law a. aoi rsUaiw. eaatpany Yowl raaoaac a soUcUaa. YE4RS OF INTENSE PAIN. Dr. J. JT. Watt, dr.iRist and physi cian, Uaatioldt, Keb., who Buffered with heart dbvxso for four Tears, trying erery rcmc .y and all treatments known to hlm- aclfand fcllow-practitloners; believes that heart disease la curable. Ho writes: - 'I wish to tell what your ralaable medi cine has done for no. For tonr years I had heart discaso of the very worst kind. 8er eral physicians I consulted, said it was Rheumatism of the Heart. It was almost un endurable; with shortness of breath, palpita tions serere pains, unable to sleep, especially oa the left side. No pen can de scribe rr.y suffer ings, particularly lurin? the last months of those four weary years. I finally tried DR. J. H. WATTS. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, and was surprised at the result. It put new lira into and mado a new man of me. I have not had a symptom of trouble since and I am aatlsScd your medicine has cured me for I bare now enjoyed, since taking it Three Years of Splendid Health. I might add that I am a druggist and have sold and recommended your Heart Cure, for I know what It has done for mo and only wish I could stato more clearly my suffer ing then and tho Rood health I now enjoy. Yorr Kcrrlno and other remedies' also give excellent satisfaction.' J. U. Watts. Humboldt, Neb., May 9, 91. Ir. Miles Heart Cure Is sold on a positive (rtinranu-e that t he first bottle will benefit. AllitruffzLHtsBfll it at 41, G bottles for 85. or It wiil Imsrnt, prepaid, on receipt of price by IL& In. Miles MuUical Co iokhart. 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 HAKBOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently KcstoraoV C'XLSSkATca E.ausa XiZXZOT It b an 1 ot a oaItiTa ri:i:tat.0 t euro a:iy f-irn C nervous pftis- jtfL truticnor a-y tirder . . -i . - . , ' ' 23m eioi:r (os, caused r.latin. A!( hoi or Criua. cr on a-xooo M tooI'iIjI in.ijrrri;on or orrr indolcnro etc IHixiiH?. (V-nTuiwi'rj, ,n!: f'-jlno. tleaJorh !ntal i!rpren;"n. h-:trn:ni?cf tho Kmin, Vteuii Memr-y. i'.'irii'.lStwri lo:ni. tcrifnal Weakness, Ifmrrin. NicLurnal KniL5i-UL Hrcracturrhiva. Looa ft l'ow.-r arl laroUnicr. whi"h i nrKlvctcd. Vfitv taj to rrematuio oi l ao and inaanitr. I'laititcly enarantexd. ltia). Sl.CO a be i; C borsi ttti am cnt tr mail on rccciptof prico. A written fruantntoftiml.hed wifhevory$Oi)ortierrecciTd. h. n.-fuad tea Duocy u a permanent euro ia BuS ajaactey. 2iESrU ilEDICINS COh Dutroit, ISxiu Bold by M. T. Balnaen. druggist. Bock Island Restored Manhood. DR.MOTT'S NERVERIXE PILLS. The BveattwtnA dy for nervous prostration and all nervous dla- caaesof tlieseo- V - erauve organs ; Me such as Nervous - i i,imi. pamnK or Lost Ksnhnnd. IrapotencT. Nirhtly Emissions. Youth- T . 1 1 li.rmrw J . n l it . . m ........ . I Ufltl .1 IUII, ; i'vuh. vMmivr ukoi lo Daccoor Opium, vnich lead toConsumptton and - w cr j f a orwr ve five i nv ten guarantee to cure or refund the money. Sold at tl.OO per box. 6 boxes for 9S.OO. hi. arvai wwuii luarAA I, uavtuaa. tMaka, Bold by T. II. Thcmsa, dracziat. For wtmi aave wmm v rpgn aaat abamttrtbTcllRtbcaISenk, o-u.imi&Di. w,u rrom riMrhtlv Ili mt w It h baa Memory kx-ple nff, vaiiewla.AUthj;,r,areata, etrnotiiinirso pee4Uly effeetaa enre aad ivata. th ixkLmJ ia ' rncj ..the TVamlrrrcl Kosn.n tiemcdT (nerve life S"M ot .l.ao a paekaot oraGToe nj .HI a wrMtra anaraaaee t rara av M.n rraiMii. O xilvu HI1.L. Addr-u tt.VIL CMK.MICltt. Ascnt. tor V. S.. Chlcacm of o Maisbali rialur, KOCk ISLAND, 11 U l v i n. a .r urn AN - ARTIST IN CRIME. Contibned from Second Page. l, ana it yon can tnen convict our man you ehall bo most welcome." "I shall bend every energy to that cna. tsui now ten me the name 01 the jeweler from whom the buttons were procured. " Mr. Jlitchel then wrote down the name of a Paris firm, also giving their address. Handing the slip of paper to Sir. Barnes, he took another sheet and continued writing. "Why, Mr. Mitchel," exclaimed Mr. Earnes, "this is the same firm from whom yoor jewels were brought those, I mean, which arc similar to the stolen f ot. I have already communicated with these people, and they sent me word that they knew nothing." "les, I know. That was by my in struction." HayinK which Mr. Mitchel smiled, and Mr. "Barnes once more dis covered that ho had been fighting against a man who thought of every thing. "You sco," continued Mr. Mitchel. "I knew that yon saw the name cf the jewelers on the bill of sala What more probable than that yon should apply there for information? low, my object throughout has been not to defeat justice, but to have time enough elapse for me to win my wager. Incmre I lmineruately sent a cable to these psrscus, 'Answer nothing sizned Earnes till yon hear from mo. ' Rather a long cahlo dispatch, but then I don't mind a few dollars. Of course my cable to them n:ado them shut their months to you. It was very simple. However, I myself have not been able to get satis factory facts from them, and I think it nocds a person actually on tho ground to Turret out this thing. I believe yon are just the man for tho case. This let ter will give you their assistauco, and here is a check for o00 for expanses. " Wr. Barrjci 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 out the robberies." The two men shook hands at parting, and one would have said that they were separating after a mutually satisfactory interview. ' fro BE COSTIXUED. HS V. S TOO SMART. The Experlincs of a Countryman With London Confidence Men. Loudon hsa its confidence men, who arc quito as expert as America's, says a writer in tho Boston Herald. Their methods are very similar. It is not worth whilo to record their rontino oper ations, but one recent instance, as illns trativo of their resources, ia amusing and instructive. An old Scotch travel ing niau, who boro somewhat the ap pearanco of a countryman, but who knew tho ropes perfectly, was accosted. Ho decided to havo some fun at the ex penso of the would be swindlers, so he pretended to fall readily in with their statements to be 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. Eo enjoyed their hospitality hugely, and ato prodigiously and expensively. They paid the bill, and began the usual talk about a lottery prize, eta Then ho saw it was about time to "cap thMr game." Said he: "Gentlemen, I thank yon for the din ner. It was very good, and I have had a very pleasant time with yon. Bnt I won t go to see you draw your lottery prize. Ob, no! I know all about the lot tery priza My name is not Donald Kenny. It is Robert Ferguson, and I'm not from Dundee, but from Lochnoven, where I've lived with my daughter for 20 years. I am too old a fish to be caught. Good night !" And ho weilt 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 yon get the 20 all right?" -' "What 20?" "Why, tho 20 yon telegraphed for. " And it developed that the confidence men whom ho had beaten at their own game had an cce up their sleeves, which they played after he had left them. Dress the Neck Becomingly. Emma M. Hooper contributes an ar ticle in Ladies' Home Journal upon "Dressing the Neck 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 donble straight band of batiste or fine lawn, with four 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 tncked on the edge, plain in the center, with a row of Valenciennes lace inlaid between. The four 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. " StoM Building. A thousand years hence all the stone buildings now standing in Europe will have 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. Neither marble uor brownstone can withstand the action of the element. Marshall pass, on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad, is the highest point yet attained by a railroad in the United States. Elevation, 10,855 feet Pitcher's Caetorla. . Children Cry for WONDERFUL GOLD LEAF. Saw It Ia Bfaawfaetnred aad Seen, off Its recwliariUea. The process by which gold is made into thin let res is called gold beating. As yet the ase of machinery for this purpose is very limited, nearly all gold leaf being beaten by hand. First the gold is cast into oblong in gots about three-fourths of an inch in width and weighing two ounces each. These ingots are passed between pol ished steel rollers and flattened out into ribbons of about an eight-hundredth of an 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 18 pound hammer until tho inch pieces are extended to 4 inch squares. They are then taken from tho case, and each square is cut into four pieces. The pieces thus obtained are then placed between gold beater's skin a delicate membrane prepared ' from the large intestine qf 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 once more each leaf is cut 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-thonsandths 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 fiat and carefully cut into squares S,1 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 the 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 the habit of barking. He was discussing with an old resident of the country some traits of the 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. Tho coyote never barks, and only gallops when pur sued. "Why don't these coyotes bark like other dogs?" I asked an old Indian, pointing to ono I was trying to reclaim. And why do they only howl and tho pups grunt ?" His answer was, "He won't learn." "Not learn?" said L "WTiat do you mean?" "No," be replied, "not learn, for if he were of an honest breed he would bark, to try to imitate his master, or, at all events, the other dogs, but all barking proceeds from dogs imitating their master's shout The master shouts to drive in cattlo to the corral, and the dog barks also. In fact, the dog imitates his master when he barks ; he tries to speak, but cannot " I give this curious observation as the only attempt I ever heard to account for the barking of our tame docs. No wild breeds make any noise except howling ana snarling, nor, under the best cir cumstances, will they learn to bark un til the third or fourth generation. nttsDurg Dispatch. Glass Houses. There were whole streets in Tyre 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 frag ments of others. These bowls are prob ably of the same period as the small bottle found 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 long of Assyria, in cuneiform characters, and tne ngnre or a lion. We are. therefore. able to fix its date to the latter part of wo sevenm century B. C. It is conse qnently the most ancient known speci men 01 transparent glass. "Boston neraia. A Bit or mk Nothing is complete without its bit of black. It is a bit of cunning the French 1 A. , - . . ... wnouipi as ana is most valuable, for it immediately- nUAa tli. tsinrh ttra have strived for. No matter what the color or material if not pointello or strip ed With black, a hnnphv tiWlr rhon. bands of ribbon or pipings of satin are used. There are no end of means of deco ration, and fill Inmi i.utira tnn fin . .uw V. ULA.11 J ,w WW universal has this fashion become that neiiner irock nor bonnet escapes it' Boston Traveller. Beavr Semaeaa. Mason Why does Jason prefer taking weu oa r utn avenue on Sunday morn ing to going to chnrch? Payson He say he likes to read ser- muua in atone ratner than to listen u sermons from sticks. New York Hex aid. Alcohol was first distinguished aa an eiemeauiry SUDStance by n'P" , the twelfth century. ' The Strait nf J-nnn Am TN,r w.a naTrww after an old Greek sailor who explored its anores in 1593. Hundreds of patents hav been issued to inventors ox water am. FOR LITTLE FOLKS. THUNDER AND LIGHTNING. Explaamtioai and IUaatraUoa Wklek the Childrea Cam Vxdarstaajd. "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 make 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 are going on in the atmosphere. The electricity accumulates according tocertain laws, and the cjonds 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 you one time that air ia m bad conductor, 60 the intensity of the charge must become great enough to pierce the air. When this point is reach ed, the charge pierces the air ia 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 sonnddid 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 G The dis tance from B to A is v-niall 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 bagle. Franks of Florida Wood Rata. 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 harmless wood rats, who nested in a palmetto hut near by and made it their home until some cats came into the 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 nover destroyed anything save a pair of Mrs. Latham's shoestrings, which they bad to cut in order to get them out of the eyelet boles, they were tolerated about the premises, and here are some 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 up stairs on a nail. In one night they took 65 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, Io 1 the pecans suddenly appeared one day upon her bed! Professor W. T. Hornaday in St Nicholas. " '' Robin's "Robin, dear, please run upstairs and get my purse. It lies on the table. " "Oh, mamma, I am afraid." "Why, Bobin! Is my little boy a cow ard?" "But, mamma, I cannot help it" "Let me tell you about your little birdie, Dixie. You remember he took his hath in a little saucer. Well, when I bought his bath cup he was afraid to ; et into it He would etand on the ed;re, then bop 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 be jumped into the water, but out he jumped again, almost frightened to death. But little birdie did not say, 'I am afraid. Oh, no. He hopped down and jumped in again. He put bis head into the water and threw it all over himself, and ever since he has enjoyed his 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. " Bobin jumped down from mamma a lap and went up stairs two steps at a time, and bringing down the purse to mamma said : "I'll not let Dixie get ahead of me." Lizzie Leonard Martin ia Youth's Companion. A nursery rhyme party is a pretty variation to the ordinary children 'a par ty. The little gueata should come in fancy costumes, npresentiBC Jack Hor ner, Little Bopeep, Old Mother Hubbard and other popular heroes aad heroines. A little license ia peTtniaafble to take ia Cinderella, Sed Riding Hood, Jack the Giant Killer and those favorite not strictly rhymed about The costumes can be very simple, aad are easily pre pared. ., It ia a suggestion for the sapper that if the popular trace awai'ti are ar ranged it is a pretty Tar xOoa to color the plain Jel f ft bree different tint wtta tae - t ahle oolor- ing aold for fC ' ' : i aa serve it 1 U ia taking knfl v 4 feoie is left at the bottoif t t vade from the halved p ') y t laf ia with a JB -Tar-! Bad Cooking: is a waste and harmful in every way. Thousands of people are deprived of half the actual nubirnent of their food because of bad cooking and the want of means to nuke food palatable and digestible. The MaJesiHCaSi 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 my 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. O SIEHOZT SOU, Ant. 1515 Second Avenue. - ROCK ISLAND, ILL. THE PLACE TO BUY VVall Paper Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture Frames and Window Shades is at the Adams Wall Paper Company, SOGStMCOCCCCaOOCCOCOCCOOCv 44a -A- SPECIFIC for Rheumatism and Kidney Diseases. Guaranteed to cure V? the worst cases of lUieuniaUsm. Send for full directions. In tablet made of (2; MS concentrated extracts and two to four times as many dow as in liquid medicine 7a W" selling for the same price. A. 8anntdt, eth and Dorcas Sts Omaha, Ketk, V' writes: "Three years ago I fell IS feet; 1 was so badly hurt that the doctors O I 'V B- I VI O had but IitUe boie of my rerovery. fjT. Klieumatism very Irnd since. Your Vj dress for valuable free booklet (Western Office) Da. U. J. Kit Ma-nn-ai, C Co, 630 S. 16th St, Omaha, NeU g " i ouhi id uniciinsar wni uv man. iiica Bl- aena ma- SCOOOGSOSGS SOLD t. n. T170ZXAS. rV WL - 71 V 4 (4w fll-MT 111 alfrfl ia mri ti HbEHl llAHItl. Be.tller-.fl Write for terma and 04.CO D3.G0 These shoes fit to as only the beat of leather can. They're napely, plumt-the most comfambleof bow" TheaJwrayaaiaaage tola aa ear aad keep out watcx. 8tzrel Fear Dealer BeUs Them, For Sale ly 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 point East. Northeast, North, Northwest and West. Solid train of magnifi cent Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars, Buffet Parlor Cars, elegant Coaches and Dining Car daily from New York, Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland. Colambq. Sandusky. Chicago, St. Lioui. I'eona, inmanapous aoa in termediate . point to CinciaatU. where direct connection is made la Central Cnion Station, without trans fer across the citv, with Through Train of Pullman Sleeping Car to Jacksonville, via the Queen A Cres cent Route and Louisville A Nash ville Railway. For fad tartlca!art can oa Afoot "Big fmmt A. VI m Baaasaaa. -aj w -mmr -VJaW M W 310. 312 and 314 Twentieth street UU aVatA It affected my kidneys and I have had Kldneykura has helped me so I am better BY GCGCCCCCOGO Have duet-proal bear foca that arc 4a. t proof, large tubinc, lock tread, latest pat. tern con tinaoa. crank, and crank shaft. Ta r aa ' otflr.. bular huhe ande be tween apokea, aad elraight rear braces. In tact, are thoroaKhly mortem In all respects. -M V 1 Hum Dy men wno nave every fad Illy that money ran boy Tor the production of the beat machine, backed by IS years' practical exper ience. lSOssdSSS. ll MTtrrtiHULXU. discounts. PEORIA t&BBEl Mm Mm Set:::, of Dress lM!:i. cot in ma tcui trn cutilx. Our SCHOOL i decidedly the beat place In this vicin ity to learn the entire art of French Dress Making. Pupils make dresses while learning. Good positions for competent person. Fashion plate and circular free. Eednced Rate for the next 50 day to those taking the system. OSIIT. aad B4, Men! anas BaJldtat. DaVAKPUKT, ia. The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successor to the Portage Bed 8 tone Co., also to Fvat Sea A Co., BoraaTosa or - LAKS SUFESI02 POST AGE RED, BROWX AND VARIEGATED BAND 8TUNK QUAE2IX3. Beearity Beildiag. math . Floor, Itadiaoa Street aad Firth Avmae, -Chicago