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rbrete Dana aa4 We. M mm aaia,Baca IM4.E1. (1 I Tia Rait or J. W. Porrta. Tt-Dtl. n wmw was. jUS) astasia si fc aSvsaas turn. Ail wwiini at anaal et ri MM Wirt aaaileattaa. Mtl erttala U1 M atat4 svf tetlUeat stcaataraa. (WTMiataMMkM IM eT Sramaa? la hd mm esaatt. fltDAT, FtSRCaBI t. 1491. Flout aa! Sprlagfietf ara beta woriiafflan! for taedcnocratie state reavsailoa. BrLWmx. low, ass a rate of all pot. which ku bMa trie! to taa (ttlMbarit rasa. CtttHV Unosksor says tbe republicaa party aa alvayi beea for aoaest money. II mat ap to JM. Peoria JoiniL Chaik DiMtir, or tht Way aat Beans aommittea ef the house. It aow eaarget with showing so little regard tor tha itrugijUo? Uia lades trtaa ef tola eouairy at to wear a Loaioa-maU plug hat. Sriitata CtRTM. of tha Ii:inols house, la ace u wit ef breaking pmm Is) to a member of that body. Jet tittla nora proof that the Illt ot boaa It at apt student of tha big ger boaa at Washiagtoa. Tnu latent trust uader a protee tl?a tarllT-etrtiss at the very sta of Ufa. It la to ba a biacalt trait with 154,000,000 capital. lit objaoU It caoaot ba gainsaid, will b to take tha Mcait an.l look after tha (tough. St ci Lt.uw has startled Washlnirtoa society by dritiag to tha eapitol la a aew earrlega behind a pair of algh-stpptng. Kentucky taoroughbrHs. tha sMm of tha con veyaace bearing la gilt lettera tha Callom family mcaocram. It ia doubtful, howeter. If tha oldest In habitant of Uashiagtoa ran recmll tha day whea Abraham Uncola rode la inch a taraout. Tet Shelby f lor lea la belag tha aoaaterpart of tha aoaest emancipator. Who la Marcus A. Henna?' was one of tha question eked applicants for teachers' certificates ia the eoaaly examinations la every county la tha state of Kansas le.t Saturday. Thaaaswera ara beginning to coma to tha stata superintendent's effica. It la aot hard eu guess tha political lawi of moat wf thesa who aoswsreil. Hera ara a few: "Mareu A. llaaaa ia a plutocrat." "Marcus A. Htnne la tha terror of populists an.l .leraocrM. aad tha moat able worker ia tha republican pertf." "Marou A. llaaaa is tha most pernicious pokuioa! shysUr ia tha republican party or any other party." "Marou A. llaaaa Is tha most aclsatlUa wlra puller ia tha world." rtaarM WmiMiin Ma rar. tiuv. Plagrae. uf Mwaigaa. eaa among tha promiaeat republican la public lit, created eoasteraaUoa ia tha hosts of tha graat eld party at high tart, ia his Buffeto s peach be fore tha dub of iadepaadeal repub licans receatly. His speech was di rected mainly at tha abaeee which had crept lata tha republicaa party. Ma ha tha tiiurege ef his coavie. tloe. aat ha has made himself oca of the strong factors in tha caaiaef progress. II'S speech is sigaificent aad tha truthfulness Is aot to be tg aored. Ia part V,r. Piagr said: "I make la my uiad a iiffereaca bet wee a tha iaugrity of tha evmmoa paopta ia oaa party or another, fhoea who here bo s to grtad. who do aot maia a llslog by party pro fssloas or party favor, raa all cf them ba trusted with deiag what is about right It is ptrty leadership which la most alwaya at fault whea taleg go wroeg. A party aad its rnl'ekes is. after aU. controlted by a alt dosaa men. mora or Icsa. If these mea ara of tha typa cf Mr. Lincoln we hate (rofsrnmeat for tha people. If they ara of other types which I might mention, we have for erameat for aradholders and pina der. These twt hiads of froverameat ara tot at all alike tha former will p",tuat. tha latter destroy a ra public. Today all tha trusts, all tha monopolise atery apeacy which is bleadiaf the country haa takea refuge aader tha wiag of tha repub licaa party. becae they fear tha democratic party, wich has kicked them oat. T j them party Is a means to aa ead. aad that and is to Ret rich at everybody ev paasa. right or wruag. Ia my wwa stale tha railroads, whlca hav aaver paid their just aad ual share of tha tasc. have beea a faithfal ally tit tha republicaa party. They put up tha money which kelps elKt their hiad ef peo ple to tha legislature, aad la retura aspect favorable mea a res aadci amptioa from pajiag their daa share ef late. I believe la irovera meat for the people, the plala peo ple, just aa Mr. Llacola did. aad I aay that any so-called republicans w he think that the iaterest ef rail, roads, traits, moacpolles or syadl eatee ara more impurtaat thaa the latvraite of .the average maa had tatter eet oat of the republican party ia Michigan, for I am eoinir to Eght it out on Mr. Lincoln plat- iorm. no matter wnai tney call me, I baliare the people will demand this. The republican party want no mea for leader who worship the foldea calf. 'It ia Boticeeble that every rascal i alway an extreme partisan, and holier patriotism aad party loyalty so that yon cannot hit him without breaking plate class. The monopo list, the franchise-grabber, the lob byist, the political apostles of boodle, are all eitreme partisan, and when anyone atpoae their schemes cr ob structs thair ambition thev wrap themselves ia the flsg and cry you are attacking the party. When they elect themselves to office by main force cf money they ascribe it to divine Intervention of Providence in behalf ef the nation and ita honor. Many of us lifelong republicans who da not train with the money power are heartily sick of being obliged to condone and defend tha trusts which have coma to board with a indefi nitely." CORIXIVA OH IT, Cordova, Fab. 1. J. L. Johnson, of Chicago, was In town last week. Mr. M. Mallery visited friend in Beck Island last week. Miss Mar flnneo came down from Clinton Saturday to spend Sunday at ma. Mr a. Charles Tavenner. of I.tnt-v ia visiting with her parents, Mr. and r. james lew. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Whitinc ontor. t&iaed a large number if their friends Saturday evening. Mrs. I 'red Lambert, who had been confined to her bed for some time, is very poorly at this writing. Miss Emma Applebee has returned to her home at Lanark, after an . tended visit with friends here. Willis sKarr. of Brooklyn. Ia-, Is iDcadinr a few dkwa with hi. eot. Yr. and Mra. Thomas Karr. W. (t. Simrxon retorned Vrirf. from Ooincv. where ha fcttendnri tt Qettinf of the Supreme Court of iiwir as ugietaie ircm uoraovi Court i'.a. 5i. Jahn Ltvinirston r .rrtj,1 nn charge cf burglary Tuesday on com plaint of S. A. limner and William llaynea. The case was adjourned oMuruij, wuco tnis cnarge was nolle crossed bvtho nroircntinn. Livingston was then charged with me aniawini entering ol a building need for tha atorsra of r!m atiaiu aad larceny of the same. The court noma mm over to tbe grand jury in the sum of IjO. Tha nrnbraiinn waa represented by J. W. CJuillan, of Kock Island, and 'Livingston was de- icncea oy . Marshall, or ICock Island. 8mthli.g o Kaaw. It tdlf ba worth cnmntklfo kno7 that tbe very best medicine for rriiorin nm urea out nervoua BVt t"m to a healthy vigor is Klcctrlc Bitters. This medicine is vegetable, acts bv rivint- tf.r tn k a rve ccntora ia the stomach, gently rumuiaiee ine uvcr ana Kidneys, ar-J aids thesa errant in thrnarinr r tn-puritie in the blood. Electric miiers improTca lo appeute. Bias ligation, and ia nrnnonn.! Vt thoe who have tried It as the Terr oest Bioon purmer ona nenre tonir. Trrlt. S)M for 40 cents op ft -w bottle at Harts UUemeycr's cr v;rre Ml Bla Ufa. S. I', frilx. of 477 Sedgwick street Ciicagn. says: had a severe cough which aettled on my lungs, I tried a aumtxr oi advertised reined iee aad also placed myself under traatmeat of several physicians, with aa benefit. I was recommended to try teley's Honey and Tar. With little expectation of getting rc'.icf, I purchased a bottle. I had taken but a lew dotes whea I felt greatly im proved; I waa enabled to sleep, spit Uag of blood ceased, and by the time aal taken tbe second bottle I was entirely well. It saved my life." Ecr ia;e ny i. ii. i nomas. aSMta Khi L Wagner, wholesale drnrgiat. Richmond. Va., aays: "I had a fear ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was laid up almost two months; was fortunate enough to get Mystic Cure for rheumatism. This cured me after doctor' prescriptions had failed to have any effect." Sold by Otto Crotian, 15-"l Second avenue, drugit.TWk Island; UustSchlegel A Son, ?20 West Second street, Dar port. Tka BaM ratal Imiass. It ia not ranarally knowa that more adults die of Kidnev trouble thaa aay other disease. When the first ymptom cf thia disease ap pear, ao time should be lost in tak ing Foley Kidney core, which I guaranteed or monev refunded. For sal by T. H. Thome's. It . Twt cotmrrv rr.m w nt intn a, hn'trr't to bny a bat. Thi-y wtra di lihttd with tleaanark-, iuM !. the CTOWU .f t Li. h was larv 1 a L .ikiiiBiilaii. " W bat is the class fur?" laid nnn rf the mra. Th t4hr. imrsktiMit afc amrK an e1!- tlay rf rural inanco, said: "What nr ny. lor lb man who buys the lU to see bow it fita." Pick Me Cp. Te Vara a M aa Um Da. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab leta. All druggist refund the money U It fail to cure. 25o. The genuine ha L. B. g. on each tablet. THE ABCrUB. FRIDA1T. FFBRUART 4, 1898. NEW DOGS OF WAR. IVIonf to tha Aaibolaara Corpa aad Cany timttnw ta tha buffering. One may w any day circulating in the sfmcts of tbe villnsoof Lcrhenscb. near Coli ane. a rcfnil.ir battalion of dogs. Their luarb-r is training them for ambulance strrtlre In military movements. Kit h anlmnl carriee upon iu back a lit tin s.flii!o t urnb-hed with packets contain ing ll that If nrary for a Hrt drmeing (J wounj a well a.- a bottle of Irnody. Tb dopg aro taught to tvrognlzo the wounded and to itoop down to them in AS Ai!EfLA!CC1! POC. croVr to penult th ni, trhilo awaltlnir the stri'trhi-r. to qiu nrh th ir thirst and toal Wvtato thMr ftifT. rirg a Iittli. A forge red cm 1m marked on the Mil dlo. ami Icathi-r Mrai ii wrvo to fa-tcn around thr lurk ( tlio animal a littlo Inn tern that H illuiiihiatl fnr tiiIit service. Tho nnilitil ince ds C.-uml at the Git tcan nnm-uvrrs l.mt year, hrre thiir u rulnc. . i nr j.rvlatid. So this year tiwir Instructor ha heen cnpn-i d to trtiln a whole nck. lie hns cliiwii t'ctjteh dues of mtiliuiu hilsht, how docility and in-tellitp-nca in learning uro said to be re lur.rkaUe. Vfby rrj IIodbiI Up t utout S00 years ago "prey Imnnils" wtr tho hlB:J, gray colored dij: ncl in the chaso uf large paino. After that the tamo waa transferred, snfTuicntly ub.'urdlr, to tlio blaik, wlii to, bluo and yellow, but generally rpottul or Licolcred au never pray, do tbat is now so popular for coursing bares. It i very odd that no ono, writ ing olx ut tbo doR, should bavo insisted upon to obvious an alsnnlity. Ou the contrary, a griat many writers who have written very wisely about the word "prey" Lavo tried to explain away its Fiinplcijt meaning by referring to Ciltic, Gaelic and Saxon routs, but cou sidiTiuff these two animals wero called indifferently "eny dogs" or "prey bounds" in two words when onr l:m tuapo first rama to bo written, and that in thnye days nad "liound" were nbsolutely fyuonyuious, it kk-ius to me ca J"eat a waato v.t winlum to try to provo that "praio," "pray" or "prey," wbtn it is joint d with dr. orfiiound, meant auythinp elso Ltit prey as to cay that prry-fiy mcau.i a fly of princely ex traction or pray-l.tard a champion beard. If I weru quarrelsome, I should like to i n tend that greyhound really means "badger dofr." At any rato I should bavo t nso of language t n my da (for PJ". preyt prnieand gn i arc all names 1 r tho gray badger), and 1 would not bo nioro ulurd than tho rest. Gcud Word Tbero hro triels in all trades, and prul ably as many in that rf tlio profes sional rat catcher n in Acmrdinir to tho tory cf a man who nas maao n turret ot money in that business I nt wlio has fint-c drifted in to other ptmnits, it was onco easier to maty a living catrhins ntsthau by mniilng a nhell pamo nt a cotmtry fair. "I used to t f. rrets for tho rxt rmi nation rf tho rodents," bo raid, "and when I ren-ived an order to clear n WarchoUf e of tho tota I n?n-.irinaKfi.tl that thu Jmt should lo paused 1 y the numoer ii mis killed at so much per bead. I carriitl tho ferrets iu a big wooden box, with a falo bottom. In a secret drawer auderneath I would place four er five dozen livo rats before start ing cut, let them run lorso upon reach ing tbe place to be rid of rodent, ami then fn-e tho ferrets. Of course, with 60 or r0 rats running around lootc, there waa always a great slaughter, and some times the ferrets would Lilt nearly all tho rata I turned frr. In tlii -nv T was always sure of receiving handsome remuneration, lor an evening s work up on the presentation cf tbe carcases to the parties who employed me." Phil adelphia Itcciird. Raeklea's Araiaa Balva. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, aores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corn and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaran teed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Eor sale by Harts & Ulle meyer. Befora Yoa Bid Your Wheal Be sure you shake into your shoes Allen's V cot-Ease, a powder for the feet. t keep your feet cool and comfortable, prevent sweating feet. ana make your endurance ten-fold greater. Over 100,000 wheel peo people are using Allen's Foot-Ease. They all praise it. Ladies, insist on Laving it. It give rest and comfort and prevents smarting, hot, swollen, schlngfect. At all druggists and hoe stores, 25 cents. Sample free by mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. A bor 84 Btorj. A cold, neglect, pneumonia, grief. Had Foley' llonty and Tar been need thia atoiy would have bad a happier ending. Eor sale bv T. II. Thomaa. Pennsylvania produces hardware man- tfactures to tbe value cf t3i3.000.OoO yearly, which is equivalent to $ 74 per lanaoiunt, me average in Ore at Uritaia being f 19 and in Germany 10. - -t. ' ra. .jav I H V JBJ "Granny" Metcalfe. 5 ! an T f- e.Jd. nl 'tits' LfM r ).t a-l ilir 9 taTT) at,1 lon rem -it Hal V 1 4 !-t: l:i F aT Itta?; atid fear tbe -n. t.t i tN- tf!-ria(: I vii tt.a: I have i,etrr u"l mut mri-it. ra-l I't i"tx . C fi'l Tit-H"tT. Ici -i-k :-t.-1 ftw-.f : t lt-f in arit K Hl a tb-r ii. WV si.i ' lj K wT kV-an 'l Th.- ttrr. M M W ' rt:i-t i.. fc Mm. M. A. MiKon. T.-o Sutu M.,1 j.ai, Cj. f OR. BELL'S WANTED. TAXTF.D-(iIRL AT M8 TWENTIETH street. Mrs. A. Moscnfelder. w AXTF.D GI81. TOR GENERAL HOUSE Kuim. i y.i i weniy-urst street. WANTED MEN ALREADY TRAVELING. " wujwi.. um, KJU and Grease company, Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN ine in per cent on tlie investment, in quire of Thomas Smart, 716 Third avenue. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework. References re quired. Mrs M. K. Potter, Til Seventeent street. WANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP, clean and light storage room, wits cle rator at 1C23 Second avecue. Johnn; Joces. Two rings on 1317. WANTED-YOf CAN EARN SJ0TO:!0 A V V week. We mitke the best seilinc (roods in me i nuea aiais lor ajjenus. write today tor particulars. Crofts & Keed, Chicago, IiL X XT ANTED LADIES AT ONCE; I0 PER 1 1 week and cipenses at your home or on the mad. AddreA. P. Smith & Co. 5s40 South HaLstcd stamp. street, Chicago, III Send ANTED RELIABLE SIEN TJ TACK 11 tin Kl1l-pf i.Ipk. .i.rno. T Zl I . ' . . . t" . . ....... ... ii... . i ,r . CUHI , steady work. Send 10 cents for postage, sam- t .1 a . . . . , . . wuuk airuiciur viiuiiu, .florin Colorado street. Philadelphia, Pa. i VTA NTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY V? for dances by J. J. Ilaker. (with Otto's m?n.i wno (.-uarantecs koou music. Henry Webline. prompter. Also furnish liolin anil piano music. N.. 700 Seventeenth street: telephoue 3 on 1311. tT ANTED UPRIGHT AND KAITHFL'L i eentlcmen or ladies to travel for re sponsible, established house In Illinois. Month ly Ji and expenses. Position steady. Ke f er enee. Eiciose self-addressed stamped envel ope. The Dominion company, department K., V II VB,II, TANTED-TO LOAN MONEY ON III A VV mondft. watches, lawalr. hardM anneal instruroenta, bicycles, clothing, dry fooas. turn.ture, etc. Highest cash prices ub.u iwr ccuituu oaa pouas or au Kinas aiso Tha above aoods tor salo at half tae usual tore prices. All bas nese transactions strictly v.,i uuiu..m. i Aim new Duicwr ana location IIS! Second A rent o. Ttoc', forgot It. J. V Jooea. Twor;nirsonl3l7. TOR BALE. IOB SALE A GOD BAKERY BCPI A ness at lion Thinl avenue, R(ck Island Owner Is going to embark in other business. TTKiR 8 At.F.-PARVS IVn rum t xr.o A; forsaie throutrhout centra' Missouri. For ini.-uiis auuress uac.ei liendall, Yan daiia, ?.!-. Ij'UK A'.l A SSTOiti HOl'SE AND cona:-f. wnn irooa urns and conven- icnrca. in ,mo :n avenue. Easy terms if -u,u ny .ua i. inquire at sow nrth avenue. "CIORSALE OR KXCHANGE-WE HAVE -- ujwn property and limit for sale and ex change for merchandise. If interested ad dress C. T. Rectler a. Co., Stewartson, 11L IOR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY M. of 50 bushels or over at ti.&O per ton, de livered C. O. D. to any partof the city. Leave orders at Commercial house barber shop, Rock Island. FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CAHINET with about I'lOiliCerent slUtes. suitaole for liline leual blanks or any description of papers in flat form to be kept in thape for writing A comprehensive it.lex connected. Just the th.nit for any office with contracts, etc., to B e. Address H. E. C. care of The aki.cs. TOR BENT. FOR RENT RESIDENCE AT W4 TWEN- HuUding U Loan association, llengsion blook. MISCELLaVNEOUCO. tyiDOW WOMAN-OFFERS A HOME TO v v some homeless trlrl of about 15 or 16 3e""1,.For '""her partieulars address Mrs. Alice SchneU, (ieneral Delivery, Rook Island. SPECIAL RATES TO PARTIES WISH- t , In- tranTw,plKtl.n nf k..... . 1 ... . in,w, lirlVI-lUUS, n.T.;B machinery or other freVht from Se- ...ittiuc niuuiKi or iawsoQ city before Apr: l: write for terms. C'MeaKo Yukon Com mercial Company, room 7ft;, ii Clark street IIOME WORK FOR FA MI LIES WE ----- --w -s.. . ,wv-. vi m uumucr Ui I aiiii- tn do arnrlr ti.r i: ut hAna t-jt i .. - aa-F41. trWU BWVJSU V pay for whole or spare time. The work we vi Kt'iacia 4j uickit IDO CU1IT aODe. ami returned to us by mail as flotaheil. For particular ready to 3ommDce send name and A 1 ras is a .1 . .A 01;ve Mrcet, St. Louis, Mo. LADIES DR. FELIX LE BRUM'S Stctl f Pennyroyal Treatment Is tne oriental and onlT TFRTPtm. eata and reliable care on tbe mar krt. Price. ti.CO; sent tor -i' tietioine Bold urjj by A. J. R5e. F"T.rti irciius drug atora, sole ascot Boca Island. lil. Babacribe for Tbb Aaact. Si b Lo-Tar- ESoney Is (old hr all druL-gista or s"nt upon nwlpl J J oT price iSc, 4.ic. aud H it botUt ty ( Vkt 1. C. Salkwu4 lr4kiM t, Mint, fj. Z ALL KINDS OF Ladies1 warm shoes, former price f 1.25 , Men' warm shoes, former price $2 Men's felt boots and overs, a at former price f 2.50. . . . Calf and split boots, former price 2 50. . Ladies1 shoes, former price 12-50.... We are Now WRIGHT & BKRBER 1 1619 Amusements. LJarpefs Theatre, I Chas. Bleuib, Manager. co'maSc'icg Sunday, Jan 30t Ending Sandaj, Feb. 13. THE PAIGES Acecmparled Ilnrry Vng li'i snfl 14 EiniEcnt Dramatic ami opi-ciaitf Artists in a repertoire of new and sparkling comedies. Change of Play Nightly. Splendid specialties will he introduced between seta, that rendering a contin uous performance. Tonight, Master and Man. Lcok for Beautiful Costumes. Matinee Saturday 2:30 p. m. Prices -10, 20 and 30 cents. Under The Direction Of (hamberunKindt&Co. Saturday Night, Jan. 5, MME. SOFIA SCALCH1 The Greatest Contralto in the VV orld, in Grand Opera And Concert Assisted by a company of Operatic Cel ebrities, including Mile. Marie Toulinguet I'rimo Pinna Po; ratio, Imperial Opera Co. aille. dc Bodst. Primo Donni Soprano, Bojal larl Hosa Upera Co. Mr. T. McQueen, Tctor. International ipaiaf'o filunor A. Albert!, Bari- tap. TmnrrlMl f lirM I V. t.lnnn ti Unarm, Uurical Director. Pmram will co- sist of a complete prforrmnce cf lh fonrth act of Verdi's II. TKOV ATOK; given In costume, witd sccn- ry. lnrapher'alia, etc. To be pro ceeded by a MiecellaLcoui Operatic Concert. Prici-s f'.SO, 1. Tie and Ws. Seats on tale Wednesday at Fluke's. Telephone ). Burtis Opera House, DAVENPORT. Sunday Night, Feh. 6. Never was a Greater or Grander Success. Best American Play N. Y.Herald. The Girl I Left Behind Me. A Thrilling and Romantic Story. By Belasco & Fyles. Management Julius Cabn. Prices 25. M and 75 cents. Seat ulc at Ptnb Telephone iO. Burtis Opera House, DAVENPORT, Tuesday Evening, Feb. 8. C. B. JEFFERSON KLAW & ERL ANGER. PALMER DDHUMirO COXS DnUIIMILO Crowded with Remarkable New Feature. 74 PEOPLE. IZXoihob Stan. No Advance in Price. FriccsSl, Tie toe and Sc. Seat sale at Fluke's Fr.diy. Fab 4. Telephone 30. Frta Uttsuspeadtd. GREAT CUT IN 90c Infant shoes, former price 50a Men1 shoes, former price 2.50 Ladies1 arctics, at Men1 arctics, at Men1 pnre ram arctics, former price $1.75 $1.50 2.00 2.00 1.00 at Our New Store, three doors West of Rock SEOOITD -A-"VE3SrCTE "5TOTJ Like everything to pay laundry bills for poorly " washed clothes. It's your own fault if you encourage POOB WORK With your patronage. Don.t go about with that worried expression on your face. Brace up. Look pleasant. Drop us a postal and be yourself again IESoFi Rock Island Steam Launch ) LEGAL: Executor's Notice Estate ot Anna Ohlwcllt r, deceued. j Tbe. undersigned having been appo a el ezeon o: of tbe last will and testament or AnnaUhl wcil :r, late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that the will appear before the connty court of Rock Island 'ounty, at the connty court room, in the city of Rock Islsnd. at the April term, on tte first Monday in Anril next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate ara notified and requested to attend, for the purpose Of tlAVinff ttlA lima AitinatArf All persons Indebted to 'said aetata are re- J-- w iua uujiwuuw payment w uie on etsimed. Dated this 2Sth day of January. A. 1W8 Jon a OiiLwiiLKB, SrccutUr. Parker s Laundry imiitaiaav issi 4Cock of the Walk" In tbe laundi t business is what our patrons own us to be. So you cant blame us tor crowing when we have won the right on your shirt fronts, collars, cuffs and shirt waists. We do the bast work in town, and are looking for your bundle. Shall we get it. King phone 1214, PARKER'S ILAUITDRy 17S1 Third Ave. Phone 111. E ugene J. Burns RealEstatep Insurance Buy, Sell and Manaco property. Collect Rents. The old fire aad time tried company, repre sented. Rates as low as aay reliable company can afford. f oar Patronage I Solioival. , Offlca 18:0, BaecBd A Harper House Block. REMOVAL. GET THE REST Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. All Work Guaranteed. Qosenlleld Bros., 16V9 THIRD AVENUE SHOES 35c 13 1.25 M 75c g 1.00 S 1.25 I Island House. Whisky that a Whisky Direct from the Distillery. , Purchasing every gallon ol goods that we offor for sale in bond, where they remain in the Distillery Ware house, under the Government's su pervision until they reach our hands, is a guarantee that what you buy of us is absolutely as pure as it was at the tinio of production. Our stock comprises the medium and higher grades of Whiskies, and while all are not of the same quality and price, all of them are goods where absnlnto purity is tho essential consideration. It is important that vou bear in mind that we are the only Wholesale Liquor House having the legal right to sell to the consumer direct in quantities less than a gallon, and as such can save yon about half the price you pay to other retail dealers. In our Family Lfquor Department you can always obtain good of the highest standard of excellence and purity, and with conSdence that goods bought are as represented. Open evenings antil in o'clock. Telephoue 4 on-l UH. The EmEL Family Liquor Store, 170 Third avenue. Woltmann the leweler Our stock will be found to contain one of the finest assort ments of Jewelry to be seen anywhere. Novelties of all Kinds Besides a regular line of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry that is worth seeing. Call and look it over. Wolti&D, tbe Jeweler. 1805 Second At McCoy's New European Hotel fcUB. CLARK AID VAI IUREI STI. CHICAGO. FIRE PROOF ' One block from C. R. I. sV P. ana I- . ic 31. 8. B Ulroa depot. Imorovtmextt rmlin 7S rwi r u.,m r """( frffwiw 1 1 V lust brm romnltn1. itwt thm h.... . r - ...v aivuc iiuw offers every convenience to be found in any : 1 .. -I : I . i . . . J iuici, iiiLtuuiug nui ana coia water, eiec'nc lipht and steam heat in every room. io 13 cent per aay ana upwards. Firct rTast rtaitrsnt in mmurfM. . . - . Ill .VllllVtUUII. WILLIAM McCOY, Oaacr aae Prsarlcter. a t "