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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 0. 1894.
Highest of all la Lesreniog Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Ana a. Mck laiaad IU.
J. W. rorrtB,
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ft M pvf aaaa; m advaart jl.M.
All t aalrailuaa af critical ar tiuU'
ttv tkanwrrr. auHtles a fsligraea, aaast'aav
raat aaaw rtarWd for aaMtealiaa. He aack
art'rtaasrUl a prtatrd (tit tVrUHaae slgaatana.
rarmanarivaca soUcitad frpai trarv tawaaktp
ta Roes lalaarf roasty.
JsTl KDAT, JaSI'ABY 6, 1894.
Tim Manchester skip ranal is now
rprn to rom tuerce.
itu Nisa Vax !T is cominz
bark to the IVitrd States.
pAsir.LOTossr.Li. the great Irish
nrator ami patriot, railed protection
ism roblcry of the poor by the
rich. That was the same thought
expressed in one of the mottoes car
ried in a political procession in
Uuinrv last tear, which read: Pro
tection is a tax: the poor par it. the
rich get it." It is paid on consump
tion. The poor man consumes his
entire earnings to pay for food, cloth
ing and shelter, and is therefore tax
,ri on all his income. The million
aire can consume but a small part of
his income, however extravagant his
tastes, and therefore pays tax on
only a trifling percent of his income.
Tut Cincinnati! Enquirer profess
es to have some special cabinet news.
It says the transfer of Postmaster
General 1'issell to the office of attor
ney general, fo snored Mr. Olncy,
who is anxious to retire from oflicial
life, will be an event early' in Jan
nary. It is now almost positive that
Hissell will "be succeeded as post
master general by Josiah T. (juincy,
of Massachusetts. Mr. (juincy is ex
pected to close a deal fr a Washing
ton home, located in the accessible
and fashionable quarter. Mr. OInry,
it is said, tipn retirement will be
active in the protection of New Eng
land and lltn interests in the
t'nion Pacific railroad, now in the
hands of a receiver.
(v. Peck, of Wisconsin, says of
the A. P. A. organization, that it is
one "which onght to lie, and will he,
condemned by every true American
rillen. o far from representing
true Americanism, the doctrines of
the organisation are thoroughly un
American and. if the association is
successful in its aim. will strike a
deep blow at the liberties of our
country. This association appears
to lie a revival of the old know-nothing
movement by which, years ago, a
few fanatics sought to annoy and
subvert the liberties of their fellow
ritixen. Among those who are most
lealous in fostering and promoting
this new movement are many who
were active in pushing the obnoxious
Ilennetl laws. The attacks of the
order are now directed against one
class of religious people. Should
they prove successful it would nofj
lie long before others would feel the,
weight of their power. Its objtct
are thoroughly antagonistic to that
high sense of justice which lies deep
in every American heart that as
soon as they are thoroughly known
it will be driven out of existence."
clalll Drtvsea I Travel.
The Illinois Press association has
tinder consideration a trip to Eurojte
next spring, leading Chicago the last
week in April, and returning about
Aug. 1, the purKise Wing to 1 ab
sent 100 days. The route as laid
out, though it may be changed. Is
from Chicago to New York, and from
New lork either to Liverpool or
houthampton, and thence to London
(living about three weeks to the
great metropolis, and then make a
tour of rural England via. Cam'
bridge, Hundington, Petersburg,
hhefiU'Id, Manchester, Leeds, Old
York, Durham, Newcastle, Iterwic,
Melrose. Edinburgh, and the lake
region of Scotland to Inverness.
Hack by way of Glasgow to Ayr and
the famous English lake region, to
Liverpool. Stratford, and the home
of Shakespeare, to Chester, through
North Wales, to Shrewsbury, Her
tore, the valley of the Wye, Mon-
mouth Castle, Yintern Abiiey, Chop,
low, Cardiff, Cornwall; tu Lands
End; ewtaraiag to London by way of
Plymouth, and the cathedral towns
of 'Exeter. SaUsburyY Wells, Bristol
and Glouchester. Another trip em
braces a run from London . to New
Haven, Dieppe, Rouen. Charts, to
Pari, stopping two weeks, and re
turning by way of Mons, Annens, to
Rrnssclls, Antwerp, and spending a
few days at the exposition and com
ing to London by way of Canterbury,
Webster was 'often, as we have
seen, roused to great utterances on
the spnr of the instant bv some im
meoiaio provocation, and no one
could do rrander things without
preparation of any sort. He had
real I v no methods or habits of prep
aration. Sometimes he wrote out be
fore speaking. Sometimes be wrote
out elaborate! r after speakin
Sometimes he had a long time for
'reparation; sometimes, as in the
avno case, a very short time. Due
of his grandest orations perhaps
ine grandest oi an was the eulogy
. . ..... . .
on Adams ami Jefferson. Thev died
in 126. on the 4th of July. A week
eiapseti ocrore he accepted me ap
pointment to deliver the eulogy. It
was delivered on the 2d of August.
This is contained inWebster's beply
to Havne," by Hon. Robert C. V"t in-
throp, in the January number of
Scsi liner's Magazine.
The Review of Reviews for Jan
uary is particularly strong in its ed
itorial resume of the closing events of
the stirring and turbulent year 18!3.
lr. Albert Shaw, the editor, discuss
es tariff revision, the relief of the
unemployed, recent strikes and labor
questions, the Hawaiian question
ana the administration s poiicv with
regard to that subject, civilj service
rciorm as applied to our diploma tic
and consular, as well as other
branches of'tlie public service, and a
great variety of other topics of the
day. Foreign affairs are briefly but
clearly presented, and this depart
ment, entitled, "The Progress of the
World" presents in some twenty
pages a broad and frank treatment
of affairs political and social from
Canada to Capetown. The list of
portraits is sufficiently illustrative
of the enterprise of the Review of
Rcwews in securing and presenting
each month the portraits of the men
whose faces the reader of the world's
news would most naturally prefer to
McClurc's magazine for January is
as attractive in illustration- as in
reading matter, and what lirst strikes
one in glancing through it is the no
table wealth of ortra'.ls. One of
Park man. the historian, serves as
frontispiece; and in the "Human
Documents" department (which, by
the way. abates none of its interest
and novelty) are others of Parkman,
a well as a series of Rider Haggard,
the novelist, and a scries of the emi
nent French physician and scientist,
Charcot. Then there are portcaitt
also of Jules Verne, the late Profess
or Tyndall, Professor Huxley, the
duke "of Argvll, Samuel Smiles, and
Professor Max Muller. Some hither
to unpublished letters of Wbittier's.
exhibit his sweet, serene faith in God
and man most attractively. A study
of Jules Verne at home, largely au
tobiographical, a biographical and
critical srudy of Francis Parkman,
and an account of the Maxim air-ship
the newest and most promising aif
liancc for Aerial navigation, are al
so notable articles. W. D. Howells,
G. W. Cable. Elizaiieth Stuart Phelps.
Professor Tvndall, and others con
tribute a scries of reflections and
mottoes suggested by the new year.
The short stories of the nuinln-r
are bv Gilbert Parker. Mrs. Louise
Chandler Moulton. and I. Zangwill
The North American Review begins
the new year with an exceptionally
strong number, both as regards the
celebrity of its contributors and the
timeliness and authorative character
of its contents. It opens with an
important articlo on the proposed
Income Tax on Corporations, bv
Hon. William L. Wilson, chairman of
the wavs and means committee.
Republicanism in Brazil forms the
subject oi a paper by the Brazilian
minister at Washington, Salvador de
Mendonca, which jKrssesses a special
value at the present crisis in that
country. Ex-Stieaker Reed discusses
the "J aria anil Business in a char
acteristic manner; Governor Waite,
of Colorado, answers the question
"Are the Silver States Ruined?1 and
Lady Jenne writes most entertaining'
ly of "Dinners and Diners." Cnder the
caption of "After-thoughts of a Storv
teller," George W. Cable, the novelist.
contributes some interesting remini
cences and reflections. Bishop Doane,
of Albany, discusses "The Roman
Catholic 'Church and the School
Fund" in a vigorous article. The
comptroller of currency. Hon. James
II Eckels, points out '"How to Pre
vent a Money Famine. and Fred
eric B. Coudcrt, the well-known law
yer, sums up the case against Minis
ter Stevens in an able article on
"The Hawaiian Question," etc.
Tho word reverend occurs but one
In tlte Bible, which is la Um ninth yaraa
or tao eleventh psalm.
Tfea Fracraaca of Fried Clilekea Taw Meek
Far tracks Kara.
Uncle Eery was a oood old Kentucky
darky, who, though experiencing at times
morv 'Apnea, was as a rule an example to
his kit . As much, however, could not be
said of his half grown son Ephraim.
Une night when uncle Ezry came home
from work he found bis wife preparinK a
chicken for sapper. His suspicions were
aroused, but he Ukl not mention them.
"Chloe," he remarked casually, "where's
"Out in de shed cbopnin Ttin'lin." she re
The shed wasi lust outside, and Uncle
Eery went out to see Ephraim, carefully
cloning the door after him.
"Eph am," said the old man sternly,
"wha' you Kit dat chicken?"
"What chicken?" Inquired Ephraim inno
Don' a.T me dntf" exclaimed Uncle Ezry
warmly. uat chicken ) o mammy's cook
In fer aupftsr ob eo'ee."
"Mas' Henry i" me hit," pleaded Eph
raim. "Yon lyiu black rascal!" ejaculated Uncle
Ezry, reaching for the boy. "Von done stole
hit. Von cnin't tell disber chile no sich
taVs as dat, Di'u't I see yon aneakin renin
dat cnop when l'aa clean up Mas' Henry's
pianlvu Come here, you low down nigger.
till 1 C'V ou a B-allc.uia."
A ecu file ensued, wuicli evidently alarmed
AuntCliloe, fjr sj: r penel the door to see
what was the matter, nnd as she did so a
delightful fragrance of fry ing chicken float
ed out and filled the shed. Uncle Ezry al
most lost bis grasp on Ephraim.
"Suet dat do't Jhet dat do'l" he veiled.
"Tae cot ter wallop disher lvin nimrcr. aa
ef yon let dat do' stun open half a minute
wo i ain t a gwineter have dc pownh an
grace ter do It."
Aunt Cbloe shut the door promptly, and
a few minutes later Uncle Ezry was nno-
inodHiy axking a blessing on the fried
chicken und other viands. Puck.
He Had a TUaait.
In a Michigan avenue street car the other
morning a man anddenly begnn snifUna'
and looking about, and when a fellon: pas
senger asked him what was wrong he re
"Sonieliody along this 'ere street has bin
throwin lien's feather into the stove, and
the perfume is bein wafted intothis car. I
kin smell bnruin hen's feathers half a mile
He sniffed and snuffed and looked around
again and said:
"I hain't sosureahout its bein hen's feath
ers. Smells now as if the old woman bad
let the water bile out of the kittle and the
taters burn down."
A minute later, after drawing three or
lour iocs sninis he hoarsely whispered:
It hain't hen's feathers, nor it hain't
taters, hut the old woman has let her soap
greaae bile over on the stove. Some folks
is jest that careless. Because they can't
smell anything thcirselves they don't kecr
about other lolkwes noses."
Just then a man who had been standing
up with his buck to the stove gaveasudden
start and showed everyliody a larye yellow
spot on his overcoat where the stove had
sot in its woak.
"Yu see that your nose was mistaken,"
oDscrvra the passenger to the smeller.
" en, I see." he sadly replied. 'Twasn't
hen's feathers 'taters nor soft soap, bnt
woolen cloth, it s no wonder I was de
ceived." Detroit Free Press.
The sweet face of the e'ender tftrl who 1
liaa conaecruted bcr life to the work of ele
vating the heathen was full of care est sym
"I know," die sadly continued as with
tender solicitude the preswd the hand of
her benighted nisteT, "that ly heredity nnd
association you are bound to the old de
graded life. Hut I have come to promise
you that which will awaken you. call into
action '.lie higher faculties that have slept.
uinu you wr.u a wnse ot the '
Her heart swelled in exultation as she
saw the linht of hope dawning in the eyes
oi me listener.
"'opportunities or existence, ot the
pnrtMbilitirs of enlightened womanhood."
1 he cheeks of the native were wet with
"fan it be true." she murmured in ecsta
sy, "that we are actually going to have a
bargain tiay.cratn I dreauiitiK?" Truth.
Making fp For Ik
The late lamented Samuel W. VanCnlin
of Philadelphia was fond of relating the
following incident l bis boyhood experi
ence: Ilia mother placed him with a fam
ily of Friends cm a farm in Delaware. At
dinner the day after his arrival he declined
turnips, whereupon the pood lady of the
houM-buld, thinking that he was anticipat
ing the dessert, said, with a nod toward the
center of the table:
"If thee doesn't eat turnins. thee can't
lint Samuel 8 aversion was Genuine and
beld out from day to day till on the sev
enth day the just woman said, "Samuel, 1
' thee cau t eat tnrnips: here is thy pie."
as she took from the cupboard the seven
pieces of pie be hr.d forfeited during the
weeK. -Harpers liuzar.
lie How many men have you kissed in
the three months 1 have been away?
Me 1 on misjudge toe entirely, sir. Do
you suppose I am such a cold blooded, cal
culating creature as to have kept count?
They Coaaa nigta.
The Patron I understand von nay larce
salaries to me mania you exhibit?
The Dime Museum Proprietor We do.
Giants come high, but we must have 'em.
er I ork Press.
They II lend Well.
"Do you believe that contentment is bet
ter than riches?"
"Perhaps so, if yon have them both to
gether." Chicago Inter Ocean.
Isabel Them's Jimmy's less If
Jimmy spoke, an I'vedriv him to despera
tion, I know I have! .
Jimmy She weepa she loves ma oh,
Tbey mraawisr and peanut toseUiar-
"Tss Teat of Afteetloa'a a Tear. 1
WINS MIS WIFE AT LAST. !
arrted Fanrteea-rear-otd Girl la 1801
XVtraaa Father Has Held Her Store.
After weary months of anxious waft-
fog nad watching Evan A. Cochran lias
gaiced possession or what tie considers a
treasure a bright eyed, rosy cheeked
xvife of 17 summers. Cochran married
Miss Mary Conley, the 14-year-old daugh
ter of Samuel W. Conley, in tcjri. Con
ley has kept vigil over his daug titer ever
since, guarding her at the point of a
shotgun. Conley had Cocinin miuctcd
in the Putnam superior court for kidnap
ing. The case was carried to the supreme
court and the decision reversed, that
tribunal holding that Cochran could
claim his lawful wife with her consent
and that Conley could not prevent him
from so doing. Nevertheless, Conley
had the crirl. aud Cochran could not cet
'her away from the paternul roof. Coch
ran was granted a writ of haocas cor
pus for the possession of hia wife, and
the case whs set for trial liefore his honor
Jndgo H. W. Baldwin of the county
court Saturday morniiis. A lare
crowd was in tho courtroom. The girl
ish looking wife sat"lesidc Sheriff S:?ars.
Colonel Emerson George appeared for
the plaintiff, and Colonel Q. L. Williford
represented tho defendant. Messrs.
Williford and, Conley and the slrl held a
consultation. The inrl told her father
she would go with her husband.
Conley came hack into the courtroom,
bis face flushed and showing suppressed
excitement. "Judge,"" said he, "dismiss
the case. I will not detain her further if
she desires to go." Turning to his dtiuh-
te. the irate father jerked oil her hat
and inarched ontof the courtroom. "Mr.
Sheriff, call Mr. Conley liacfc," said
Judge Baldwin. IIo was brought into
court, and the judge told him ho h:id act
ed very unbecomingly iu court, and that
he could either pay a line of or apolo
gize to his daughter then and there and
restore to htr the hat which ho had so
rudely snatched from lu r head. Conley
said he would not apologize, but would
pay the fine. The case was then dis
missed. The brido and groom re
ceived the hearty congratulations of a
number of friends present. Tho happy
couple walked down to a millinery store.
where the groom had tho pleasure ot
buying his wife a new lirnlal hat. Thus
a lover who has but one eyo and one
leg wins a rather pretty wife after 33
long months of weary waiting, watching
aud scheming. Madison (Ha.) Letter.
Ask Toar Trie ids
Who have tried Hood's Sarf.nparila
what they think of it. and the reply
will be positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, tiia't
tells the story of its merit. One has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds its indcspcnsablc
for sick headache or 'biliousness,
while others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism.
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
A good sewing machine is supposed to
io the work of 12 women.
One or vac Lsaacsr CoNvaacvoRs aao Buits-
HEART DISEASE SO YEARS.
Oka) ULUto, KEB., April 8th, 1SD2.
Or. 2111 Medical Qa Elkhart, 7 rid.
GnrrLOftic: I had been troubled with htart
sisrase roa vmc uit so ytaav, and ultbmn:h t
aa treaU-d by atio i'tiysicitiiia und tried ciany
retnedica. I prew steadily worse until I was coat-
T-CTCLy aaosraaTCD sno coarmte to stpio
without any hosc or accovcav. I woi:ld loive
my pulse i I'll I fhl W IJuld stop beatinit
aiiotretncr, " " and it wnawiih
the itroatest diCiculty that mj Cireulalion coi; i
brine a a a war WWS-ea w fa W,,
rk to cOTtselonnieai asain. While in this roruH.
lion I tried your , Mrtn r,.mr nnd l-e: n
to imptove frora the tirst. aud now 1 am Uc todo
a aoud day's work fora man Gk yearat if sec. I cive
Da Mora' Nrat Hrr Cuar ell the
crtdit lor my recovery. It iaoyersix inoMliPbinco
I have taken any. alt hoUKh I keepalHittlo in the
hix: in cape I should need it. I have tin tied
your Neavr asita Liura Bin, and thitika
Crcaldeaiol Uiein. Z. AvEut.
Sold oa m Positive Guarantee.
0 n. M I LES' PI LLS. 60 Doses 23 Ct
The largest line of Fancy Goods, ,
Decorated China and Toys at
131S, ll.STtuxd Ave.
"mm J i
are all caused by
Be warned 1 Xatare mutt lie r.3-
4 sistcd to throw off the poisons. For
2 this purpose nothing can equal
2 Nature's owa assistant V
A pure Vfet!ib'. Compound of 0
Herbs, JJ.irKs, nna Koots. contains
2 no acids or mineral poisons.
5 It l in TfllnWe m t. f it? of Enrlind.
W All that clniitH'il lor i:. It v. ill do. Sl.lW a
boUlu. All dtu$:itu
e He:.y & utort-ow,
m 531 Grand Ave, New Haven, Ooaa.
Estate of Samncl !o.lr, Decrawd.
The aniereume.i bavin been aenointM ad'
minilrator of die vttale of amoel
Bowie, late of the cnnr.ty of Bock Island, .
f UlinoiK. ileceaned. hrrrbv civet notice that ah
will appear brforr the county court of Rock bland
connty, at tnc offlre of the civrk of paid conrt. in
the cilTof liork iclawi.at the February term on
the Inl Monday in Filiraaiyuext.at which time
all terom having claims ai-amit raid estate are
notidrd and rvq.'ieted to attend, tr the purpcee
ot naTinjg me muk ae.ja-iea. rti ieiuDB id
dchtcd toraidevt He arc reqecpted to make ire
Brdiate pmymi nt to the nnde-fiuT.cd.
Xlateu una lltn aay ot ueccmoar. a. it. inns.
1. 51. ltl .-'Uil'. Administrator.
im.lC.TliJ TO SRI L REAL KSTATB
STATE OP ILMXOM. I
Bock Ishkd liicsTV.
To all rcrsoLS Conwmcd:
l'utiiic notice is hereby gicen that the nndcr
el men. ciiardiun it J'ur. L.. vvana. jonn m.
frwautc, lua M . Swnnn, Sanic E. Swank
and Edsard S. Swank, minor heirs of
Dimii'l f. Pwark, deceased, has filed
in the oflli-e of the clerk of the county court
of Kock s and county and p'ate of llliroi;
leutitn fjr an older of in - ale of the forowinir
ai-pcrinea real o'nie ocionir na to pau minors,
snid tenl eute lyir and bcinic In the cennty off
K ct l-iuiid slate oi ii'Kioi9,and depctiiicd as iol
'1 he north twenty-eiL-ht an1 -ino fJ8 TP-100)
acres ot the noriieiPT qaMTTcr or metoutn.
x ouaricr il oi section numm'r scvca:ee
. in tuwniU n nnnitH-r etitheeu (isi, north
rnc nnmiier two iS, eaft of inc lonnn print l
aniinat patancti ion win oe neri inenm a-v
of the February term, A. P. 1S91. oraspoon
lhreaftcr cottn-cl rrny he lirard. at w liich
into and piu'-e v.tu can a?n'ar and ut'jcct to siid
netnion il you .ec bt to 4U S'.
uniea ni i.ih-k wann intFPUBPym i ccemoer.
. IT. IfVl. ELSSUKTU A MArKS.
l::ardian of Mary L. Sw ink. John M. Swank. I.li
Slant, tad.c E. Jwank and Edward
By JirKsos Sc IliaT. Attorneys
By vtrtnc of asiiccinl execution and fee bill No.
SMtf issnedotitof tlie ctorlt'soXcc of the cfrcuft
court ot ltock Island connty. and state of I tiinois.
andtotneuirecteil.w-rereoyl am commanded to
mt'ice the amount of certain Judament recently
obtained against V W. Mn-ht-r in favor of The
Peoples National Bink ct K.icfc Ipland, ill ,ou: i f
tie lands, tencmentp. coons and chitt'es nf the
stitl cefendtnt. i.'. W. Mopher. i haxe levied
iinm the follow inn protery. towIT : All that ptrt
or iioittuu of Bis Ipinml lvin; iu Hock river tuat
Iks hetwetn ihe wept lineir ilie rihl of way of
theKocc Irhind aiin I'toria Railway, company.
and the eapt line ot section nnnitHr fifteen (inland
wi-nty-lwo (ft!) In t 'wnpli p ru'titvr sevent.'en
V I noith ranire t"o t weyt of the fourth irin-
clpl meridian, in the county of Kock Irlitd nnd
state ot it tno!s.
Therefore, according toid command I shallex
popeforpale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above immcd. C. W. Mother
in and to the enove decritHd imiiH'rty. m r ri
ds y. the Sr.th day of J:aiuary. at i o'clo.-k p. m.,
at the r.onti dfior ttie Court llonpe, Iu the
city of Rock Iptarr. in the county of hock Island
and state of llii-x.is, for capii in hand, to satisfy
: 1 . . . . . . in
n u rue .lion tint iit- itii .
Dated t Hock Island this 3rd day rr Jannary.
A. U.1.SI4 C HITS D. GORIVO,
Blu r.n of Kock inland t'onuty. Illinois.
RUNS DAILY FROM ST. PAUL
AND MINNEAPOLIS TO NEW
WHATCOM. VANCOUVER VICTO
RIA, TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORT
LAND AND SAN FRANCISCO
SHORTEST ROUTE, QUICKEST
TIME AND FINEST TRAIN TO
PCGET SOUND POINTS. ALASKA,
JAPAN, CHINA AND AUSTRALIA.
SLEEPER AND UPHOLSTERED
TOURIST SLEEPER TO NEW
WHATCOM. WASH., DAILY WITH
J. F. LEE, Dist. Pass. Apent,
232 S. Chirk St., Chicago.
First Class Limited Rate, - (5.00
Second .... 18.00
Round Trip to Puet Sound
and North Pacific coast
points, - - ' -
San Francisco, First Class,
Second Class, - - . ,
398 Robert St. 127 Third St. So.,
(Hotel Ryan) (Guaranty Bid)
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
or Union Depots.
Broadway, Cot. Prince Sf .. Wear York City.
Refitted and mnovat6' andcr Bear aiaaagcmeai
oai itm aiaropeau M -a.
Hooai ratus Si a day and erwrvt.
Roataiiraat equal to the hot la the ctty at aaad
BUaat cats from all ft. T. atatkma and eteaav
aaat aad ferqr uunliag bom ua auot.
HUdHrru alls;!, rwB.
THE GREAT SLAUGHTER S l
Dry Goods, u
Will be continued this week.
Klug, Hasler, Schwentseiv
DRY GOODS COM PAN 7.
217 and 217 1-2 W. Second St., DAVENPORT
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices. '
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
1625 and 1527
The Battle Above the Clouds.
I have a large consignment of Napkin
Rings, Ink Wells, Pen Racks, call bills,
etc., made of materials taken from
Lookout Mountain; they will make
presents which the Old Settlers will
prize very highly. We have them on
sale for a few days only.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
FAIR AlSiD ART STORE.
our store for
the spring trade
and having left
about 20O cloaks
and 250 trimmed
hats, we have de
cided to close them
out at less than
within the next 30
days. This is the
nity the ladies of
this vicinity will
have to purchase
Cloaks and Hats.
l?4.12e ana 12i
Sixteenth St eel
114 W. Second St., Dayecp:
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