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THE ARGPS. 8ATURPAY, JAXUAKY 6, 1894.
IMnp comfort ami Improvement and
len-U to personal enjoyment when
Tijrhtljr UrxL The many, mho lire bet
ter than other rind enjoy life more, wiih
le expenditure, by wore promptly
l:irtinut the w-orld'a brrt product to
tho needs tf thyicl bein, will attest
the Value to health of ! pure liquid
laxative principle o.braccd iu the
remciy, Kyrup of Fipn
It excellence U due to t presenting
In the form mt acrcptnhic and pica,
ant t the taste, the refreshing nnj truly
beneficial propprtic of a perfect lax
ative J effectnally detuning tl.e system,
JirH'l!ing roM-t, headache and "fevers
anl permanently curing contipntion.
It has pi?n satisfaction tn million and
net with the approval f the medical
profession, because1 it act on the Kid
nrr, Livr tin. I Itowcls without weak
rn'ng them nnl it U perfectly free from
every nbjivt'otiablc sultstance.
fyrop of Fie I for aal by nil drop
erist ir. 50c ami $1 bottles, but it 2s mnn
ufiututvd by the California Fig Syrup
Ct only, wh'iav name is printed on every
pacl-nce, also the name, Syrup of Ftps
and bring well infornirl. you will not
accept any substitute if oflcrcd.
The Number of Miles Built the
SOT A VERY EXTE58IVE 8EA80S.
AIm the Vrrmrnt JUIni la tk l.ltetl
Mite-Ibe W .elk's ralr twaHw-'
Iteverml .. rerwnnl Mewa .f Ike Ball-
iWailaa4 lhr l avtarnj v
fetneye.ju.tVloTrt.ea mileap. WV?ICAU MATTERS.
onstruclcd in litis
that he imagined his whole beinir
was Immcrntd, and loudly he called
for aid. Two little fellows, ranirinff
from 8 to 10 yeara of aire, helped him
out of his predicament, and then it
was tie uttered the latter part of the
opening sentence; but pshaw,"
when he brought forth hU feet one
of his skates was rone, and as the
were only lwrrowcd. b? had to bank
the owner. 25 rents, and now he
swears that he will not skate again in
T. B. KB1DT.
oi railroad were e
country. .This new mileage I less
bytf I91 Jl miles than of either
of ITO tfcopreccding years, and is
much smaller than that of any year
since 1S78, when the total was only
2,679 miles, l'ut in the four year
from 1ST4 to 17", inclusive, the ad
ditions were sti'.l less, going as low
to 1,1 il in 1T5. The lowest point
reached tdnee W8 was in 15. when
only 8.131 mile- were built, but in
the following year the new mileage
leaped to 8.,12S miles, and in 187 it
reached tho extraordinary total of
about 13.00.) miW. Notwithstanding
the great falling off in Ativity in the
last four or live years, the past 10
years have seen an addition of 56,-
898 miles, or an average of about 5.
610 miles a year, while in the 20
years, since 1ST:!, no less than 107,
6S5 miles were built, the average in
crease leing .VETO miles per year.
I'm. tit Mlirnsr.
The present railway mileage of the
United States is 177.MS miles. It
will require only an average increase
of S.lfi-I miles for the next seven
years to bring the total at the begin
ning of the year 19 I to2 K.(KM miles,
whHe if the rate of the 'last 2o years
Is averaged, the total will then be
over 21.',0 ) miles.
r"ioe aait Wwltrlir.
The 319, Will Arnold's engine, is in
the Davenport shops.
The 3:19. John SrhoficM's engine.
ART IN DANCING.
Miss Tripp's Children's Fancy
Dress Party. '
THE LITTLE FOLKS' COSTUMES.
CHOSE CRIMINAL CAREER.
tint. Mil m4 mprrty aa eoaunta-Wm,
ssin atmtey, ra'lwt fantv, sIm carry a llac of fliat
rl i Ir. itntmitn emnpantea, kalMlag tola (
smI la altik4frat ai4itloe.. Otatca nriumnt
pmprrt; la alt aart. af th cf y.
kshb . alllrhan Lrsife BolUtaa. frooad
nr. ta nar mt KltcatU Lrada haak.
fetanf mB.V CXDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteen'th Street.
MFlt and Workmanship
an teed the Host
C ratiinjf trl Repairing Von.
John Volk Co,
Sash, Doors. Ttlinds. Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wmi wnrs for halloo r.
KWfc'Ovath su t o..Th;rU a.l P.iartk .,
H K'K ISUANU.
T. II. THOMAS, Druggist and tlpti
rian. Kycs tested free of charge.
fctsrj r.HU W tUKAXTCn fcj
TOLLEf BROS. & CO.,
Oht "KOll-t-KOOn-la tho
luruwr mnu-lllir apply to
O P S al !
M S 1 S g
O ss s s
H M G -
is in the Davenport shops for repairs.
The fi 13, Jim t'ar'.'s etig'ne on the
1'iM-k Island, is in the Davenport
K. Keppler. traveling pass-nger
agent of the Nickle riate. was in the
city this week.
UoIktI S!ickhoiie. of the 5'eoria,
an.l family have returned trom a
vit.it to Springfield.
Harry JMJcc. lireing the Daven
port snitch engine 4:J. is l:n-l. after
a tussle with the gripfc.
Duncan It. Clark's theatrical com
pany passed through the today in a
special ear over the IVoria for t.alvn.
Jack" Schoticld. William Moler.
Hillv Parker and B;l!v McKlrath.'of
the K.i-k Islaud, are mi the sick lii-t.
The Khca and Milton N'oMcs.
theatrical ciii panics, passed through
Itix'k Island, over the IVoria, this
The ll. vt the Koek Nlnnd, -Con-nie"
tfllricn's engine, is out of the
Il ck Island simps, alter undergoing
The 19.", Harry ll'trn's engine, is
running instead of the 1 . it having
been put m the eonstructiou train,
oil the Southwest.
This !M.l. (ienrge Hooker's old en
gine, now running us un extra p:is
setiger engine, is out of She Chicago
shops, after being painted.
TheC.-M. & St. P. will have a
change in its time table, taking el
fect tomorrow, but tn.ins running
into Kock Island nil! not be alTectcd.
The Western I'assenger association
has agreed to advaueo commission to
ticket agents, btit not at theohl fig
ures. The agreement holds good
from leir. 1, 1vj:i.
Engineer Hob' lloilgers. of the
Peoria, is as happy as ean lie now,
and all because his engine, the 14, is
nut of the IVoria shops alter a gen
The 333, a Horton, Kas., passen
ger engine, is nut of the Da ten port
shops, and Engineer Hilly" Sprague
has been breaking it in. It was
t::kcn to Horton today, y
F.ligineer Jack Dai ley's smiling
counteiialiee does not adorn the cab
of tho C. It. I. & IV. 3JH. these days.
Jack is sick ami Will Arnold is run
ning the engine inahis place.
Jack" (Ireehy was among the
lost a few (lavs ago. -No one seemed
to know where he was. I.ut now t
I!;!'), of the llock Island, is out of the
shops and is as fresh as a daisy, aid
once more tho boys see Jack's ph v
sog" at tlie helm.
Just now an interesting test of
speed is being made by the English
locomotive. James Talcnian. built by
F. C. Wiiiby for exhibition at the
World's fair, and the American com
Nutid liH-otiiotive Columbia, which
was built by the I'.aidwin loeomotive
works, ami which was an attraction
at the World's fair. The Columbia
has been doing service on freight
trains since the close oi the World's
fair, but w ill probably be transferred
tn jtassenger runs if the trial proves
satisfactory, lloth these great en-
(gines arc expireteil to run a mile a
-Help! Help! There, now I'm all
right." Thus spoke the illustrious
Ted" Fagal, mid tho occasion was
when he tcok a midwinter bath.
Now. we all know Ted" is a little
heavy, but nevertheless he is tiitc a
skater. Well. "Ted" shouldered his
skates aud started for the s Pickery
slick, and the dashes lie cut were
simply grand, but still the ice can't
sland'rvcrvthiiig. aud the result was
he went through.- He only went in
water to hi knees, but it was so chill r
The Ittcacaberw Coantrt Company Sooa
' I " "ere.
The next concert to- be given tin
der the auspices of the Kock Island
Lecture course, will be the greatest
musical event of the season, and we
dan speak none too highly of the ar
tists comprising this organization.
Mr. Blumenbcrg, whose name the
company bears, is tits - greatest vio
loncellist in tliis country. He is a
ntaster ol the violoncello. That in
strument, has many masters, but
this man is wedded to his. He fon.
dies and inresses it as a bridegroom
hts bride, presses his cheek to it as
he plays uiion its. tuneful strings,
ami iu quick response to his laving
touch, it yields up the wealth of its
lyric treasures, that his love may !o
requited, and his heart and soul be
thrilled with ecstatic harmonies.
Mr. Blumenbcrg is the only Ameri
can cello player traveling. He has
played all over this country, and in
liermany, France, Austria and End
land. Mme Caroline Ostberg, thefa
nious Swedish prima ilonna.wuom her
countrymen consider second only to
Xeilsnu, among the living singers of
the race, is awakening unusual in
terest in the musicr.l circles, and will
appear in the grand concert given by
the lllnnienbcrg Concert companv.
She comes from the New lloyal thea
tre at Stockholm, where she is the
lirsl prima donna. Since last No
vember Mme (1st berg has been sing
ing iu the east with great success.
Ollirr An l. i.
One of the most interesting events
in the musical world this season will
be the American debut of Mme. Lucie
I Palicot, a distingtished French vir
, tuose, pianiste and composer, whose
I performances on the I'edalia piano
1 have won for her an exalted position
I among the great, virtuosi and in
strumentalists of Europe.
The line tenor, Mr. Henderson, is
nn American who was personally si
Ice led by Mr. l?l u men berg. lie has
a beautiful voice, the purest tenor,
and is a very artistic singer. F. Os
car Elmore is the aiv.tnipanist.
Mrs. Jesse Simpson, of Cordova,
was adjudged insane yistcrday by
Drs. Sala an I Pltimnier, and was
taken to Jacksonville bv her husband
The grand jury adjourned last eve
ning until Moiiday morning. One
indictment was brought in against
John Moran. of Mo line, for an assault
with a deadly weapon.
The will of the late William Lee.
of Cable, was admitted to probate to
dt. By it he leaves all his property
to his children, and Uobcrt Iee is
appointed executor. It is dated July
'21. 1S!3. with William Jackson and
E. W. Hurst as witnesses.
In the county court this afternoon
the civil case of Woodward et al vs.
Zimmerman, is being tried before
Judge Adams, am! a jury of six.
composed of E. II. Wright. A. A.
Skinner, Edwin McCartney. Thomas
Williams. J..'un Ta-mau and William
Lynch. The case grows out of a con
troversy over a note.
Marreloaa Dexterity Shown by tba Clill.
dmn la Their Torplchareta Movements
Who Participate J la the Affair BojV
Night at tc V. M. C. A.
' A most interesting place for one
to visit last evening was Fythian
hall, in Carse's block, where Miss
Helen Tripp's juvenile dancing class
crave a fancy dress party. Betdes4
the children, fully 10J people were
present, and showed by their inter
est and applause their high apprecia
tion of Miss Iripp s efforts to teach
the little folks, and her remarkable
success. Shortly after 8 o'clock the
class entered the hall, led bv Mar-
hall Ilnford and Miss Myra Bear.
and the grand march was presented
in a manner deserving, indeed, of the.
applause with which it was rewarded.
The polka which followed was excel
lent, as were the dances, w hich aro
appended in the order presented:
Lanciers, waltz. Uer lemps, fancy
polka. Farisicnnc, swing song, Ox
ford minuet, Adrienne, Spanish York,
polka quadrille and fancy gavotte.
The latter dance was participated in
by eight of the little folks, tae
Misses Paula Harms, Myra Bear,
Maurine Kassninssen, Fa' Warren,
Maud Bennett and Gertrude Don and
Masters Marcellus .Thompson and
Ben Mitchell. D was new, rather
unique and snperbinits movements.
The costumes worn by the- little
folks were of a high order and varied
indeed, some costly and all attrac
tive. Miss Fay Warren, as George
Washington. .Miss Paula Harms, as
Little Lord Fauntleroy, and Miss
Maud Bennett, as Cinderella, were
very good types of their different
characters, as was Miss Maurine Kas
niussen, who represented a Moorish
girl, and wore a veil which covered,
but did not hide, the lower part of
her sweet little face. Among the
boys, the most striking costumes
were those of Juhu Crsmpton, as a
baker. J. B. Simon, as a painter.
Marshall Buford. as a prince, and
Joe Bernliardi, as Kate Grecnaway.
h'ti actor Krpresrnteit.
The list of those participating and
their characters, is as follows:
.. ....i.i-ore Washing m
anih Tamtonf;.e t:rl
urn inn ru.K
f mpire tYetuni'i
.. ... Jul:!n V
.... F oariTt; rl
mi. Il .wi-r
.Ncrtrcri hi tiirl
s. iinili tor!
....Little Lord r.inntlcr iy
.................t'iutl -M-l a
Moor s'! u-itI
Vex ie in
. ... .....l'Jtinti r
.......... 1'rii i'0
I ol..n Veteran.
The Kock Island command of tho
I'nion Veterans was organized last
evening at Grand Army ball. Twen-tv-tive
veterans signed the roll and
the command. The following officers
were elected, and the command will
be forutallv mustered in on the re
ceipt of the charter from the head
quarters r.f the order:
Colonel Judge E.J. Searlc.
Lieut. Col. Maj. J. M. Beardslcy
Major E. M. ileox.
Surgeon B. F. Ells.
Chaplain John Beeves.
Olliecr of the dav P. F. Morgat.
Olliccr of the Guard .John Spen
The Columbia I'ark.
The drawing of the lots in Colum
bia park bv the recent purchasers,
represented by John Ohlweilcr, is to
take tilace at t he llariier nouse ai
7:3 J next Tuesday evening, and no
tice has been sent out bv Messrs.
Jackson and Velie to ail interested to
that effect. The plat having been
approved and the lots appraised, this
formality is alone necessary now tm-
fore the lots pass into the possession
of the individual owners.
1'rlreof Hennepin l'ni;erlj. ,
Hennepiu condemnation proceed
ings have been in progress in Chica
go for the seen ring of right of way
throtijrh Bureau county lands, where
the farmers held their heads high
and wanttwl bisr damage monev. The
following dispatch from Chicago tell
how they got left:
The jury in the federal court.
trvinir the suit to condemn the 4.
tu'ile section of the Hennepin canal
in Burctu county. III., today brought
in a verdict for I. J he land le.
longs principally to fanners along
The weakest must go the wall.
Salvation Oil. the best of liniments.
is bound to outstrip all competitors.
If good and cheap, 2 cents.
M i- Fay V.'arr.'ii
Viss .tiaiinti vreeney
V.i- r r.nlv I'U'i....
Vim- Millie Iotf;r?
V sC n Ou htie ,
Mis. Ni-l.ic Folsant .. ....
v.l s Kl s;mn
ki'ss illaiirlie t o-iMiteldcr..
.s" sie t. i.lt:r
Miss F.iiia Ki-rr
Vis. u -r ic t'Te.... .... ...
v. My. f.iar
Ml- Pnipnci rryai .it....
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M.- P.tu'a lttrti:9 ..
Mis. Krfda ll-nis ..
s.i.Maud B -nu. U
Vl'.s M trine Uas'iiiKsii.n.... ...
Ml-s Antii? MonlconnTY
Mi-. Annia Isinitri....
o tin t'rauiiitiin...
a' ic MiisiMiffUli-r.... ..........
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Maii.li.lt Ituto tl
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It,.j MBhI at the 1
The announcement that last eve
ning was boys'" night at the Y. M. C
A. brought out nearly 3 ;) boys, and
from wiiat they say, they never had
so much fun. After inspecting the
building, and passing opinions as
only boys can. they were showed
into the gvmnasium at about 8
o'clock, and there the bovs had more
fun than a box of monkeys. The
first numbers on the program were
Itotato races between several of the
bovs. The first, was between Tavlor
Newton and Harry Hengstlcr, the
former coming out winner. The
next was between Kobert Lee and.
Forest lou. Don winning it, and the
third hettteT'n Harrv Mitchell and
Orville Yerburv, Mitchell winning.
The 2(-minute drill by the Boys'
brigade, which came next, was a
qdended exhibition, and reflected
great credit upon their commander,
('apt. John McConochie.
J he musical. entertainment which
followed in the Association hall was
as follows: Musical selections by
Orpheus Mandolin club, piano solo.
Miss Agnes Bixbv, recitation. A. If.
Sperry, and address explaining the
boys' privileges about the building,
by Henry Hansen
The boys, at the conclusion of the
program, .were escorted to the recep
tion hall, where they secured their
coats and hats, and then repaired to '
the dining hall, where they feasted
and retired through the Nineteenth
This closed the week's entertain
ments at the Y. M. C. A., and a great
week, indeed, Iiks it been in the his
tory of the association.
la.t to Dnt-
Tho funeral of the lato Mrs.
Thomas Johnson was held from St.
Joseph's church at - 9 o'clock this
morning. Key. rather Mackm ofli
ciating. The. pall bt-arers were:
John Ains worth. Kichard Lloyd.
George r Ferry, James ' Johnson,
George Snialicy, William Mauckcr.
The interment was made at Calvary.
' Tax Katica.
Taxes are now due and payable at
county treasurer's oflict-, euurt house
building. Bring last year's tax re
ceipt. EitWARU Bai erskklo.
K. C. Clabke, Deputy. Collector. .
A Young Man of Good raralljr I'rerers the
Yesterday, Chief Kessler and an
other member of the Davenport police
force, drove out back of that city,
and arrested Harry Barr, well known
in this county, for obtaining goods
under false pretenses, and lodged
him in jail. Barr, who is abont 20
years of age, is the son of one of the
best and most respeeted,faniiHcs in
Scott county, and his penchant for
crooked work is beyond Understand
ing, and it is breakinjrthe hearts o"f
his parents, who have taken all pos
sible t tops Igt bring. hinv up as : boy
should be reared. ' When he was a
little fellow he showed a fondness
for other people's belongings, and the
liking has apparently grown with age.
Some time ago he was in trouble
for the theft of a pair of opera
glasses. Two or three days ago he
.was arrested on a telephone message
from Maquoketa, where ho had been
engaged in some asrt of (Confidence
game.- Ttecently. it baa jappearcd
that he has been imposing? rn trades
people quite extensively. It w-as his
game to go to a cigar maker, exhibit
a smooth plausible fronU' and got a
lot of cigars on a bogus order from
some well known customer of the
man's, and then try to sell the cigars.
It is certainly known that he ob
tained in this manner lots of cigars.
All of these deals were pure conti
eence games. Barr had no such or
ders. Of these cigars he sold 100 to
a barber, an innocent purchaser, and
20;") to a rcstauranteur, presumed to
be a likewise srnileless.
An Afftcilns Seens.
The scene, when the officers were
obliged to tear him away from his
mother, was one that tbey found it
impossible io view with unclouded
eye, though they are used to such
scenes. Mrs. Barr stated that though
she had not heard of these cigar-transactions
she could tell of a good deal
more, that she and her liusoand nan
dono all they could, and that they
were unable to bring their ungrate
ful son to abandon his practices, and
that she surrendered him to the law.
thourrh it was like killing herself to
let go of him.
Aumn;; the Sirk.
Mrs Gilpin Moore is reported some
what better today. : ,
Harry W. Smythe is still very low.
Judge I. O. Wilkinson is not so
Miss Florence Mixter .continues to
improve, and her entire rcewerv U
now assured. ' '
The Purchasing Power
Of the Dollar
Never was so great as now.
The bulk of our winter business has been done, and the end
of the season finds us with many small lots on hand. These have
SlJilmrlJa YoaaodsFJt'iit, to make room for an
entire new spring'Mo'ck. SceondT" to '"convert winter goods into
cash. - No one in need of a suit of clothes, a pair of pants, an
, :, overcoat, underwear, cap or gloves, would be wise to buy before
."coning' to os.- Id fact; he or she wouf.l throw away good money.
are reduced in prfee so low as to make it an object to buy one for
next winter. In addition to reduced prices we allow a special dis
count of IC per cent (on overcoats only).
""all" small lots (and we have many) are reduced considerable, and as
our regular prices arc always the lowest, the saving is considera
, ble. , In buying your clothing of us you are sure to get perfect
r . fitting, rightly tailored garments. We think the best is none too
R good, hence we buy the.best. .
We are again on deck with a splendid line of trade winners at
$2.50; the fine grades of pants at $1. Mrs. Hopkins' celebrated
never-rip, everlasting knee pants at 49e.
You'll find prices reduced in all departments, and youll lie
surprised to find how much lh purchasing power of the f has in
Simon & Mossnf elder,
Rock Island House Corner.
To Si-ttle the Je!eKate.
There is a little friction existing
in Camp till. M. W. A., over the dele
gate to the Illinois head camp, which
convenes at Springfield next Tuesday.
J. H. Kerr is tlie present delegate,
and according to a statement recently
contained in the oilicial organ of the
order, the delegate holding over is
expected to sert oat the coming meet
ing, unless the new delegate is in
stalled before the time of the meet
ing. At a late election of officers of
Camp 2:, M. E. Sweeney was selected
as delegate. The installation was to
have been held next Wednesday,
but in order to insure Mr. Sweeney's
acting, a meeiing of the camp is to
be held tonight, when the installa
tion will take place.
We give away a book for the children
with every $2 purchase.
Men's cork sole shoes worth $7, going at
Men's patent leather shoes, wort It $0, going at..
Men's slippers, worth 3 and 3.5i, going at...
Men's slippers, worth $2.75, going at
Men's slippers, worth $2.5.1. going at
Men's slippers, worth 2, going at
Men's slippers, worth 1.75, going at
Men's slippers, worth $1.50. going at
Men's slippers, worth $1.25, going at
Men's slippers, worth 75 cents, going at ,
Boys' water proof shoes worth $2.51 going at .. .
Misses" high cut shoes worth $2.59, going at...
Misses' high cnt shoes, worth $2.25, going at.. .
Misses' high cut shoes, worth $2, going at
Misses high cut shoes, worth $ 1.75, going at
Misses' high cut shoes, worth $1.5.), going at.. .
The A. P. A. ,Tunrn:ll.
The American Blade, whose mis
sion on earth is ty persecute and
slander the Koman Catholic faith,
has made a queer move, considering
its chief end and aim in following in
the footsteps of the Sehneli Social
aud Literary club, which is a dis
tinctly Catholic organization and
has moved into the rooms recently
vacated by it on Seventeenth street.
is uot the editor afraid the vcrv at
mosphere of such quarters will con
taminate his blessed good soul? If
he is not extremely guarded we fear
he will get into a iJonian Catholic
church one of these (lavs, and then
w hat an awful time there would be in
With proper c;;re a Aairxiole ought to
la: t n great many yer.rs iu sjite of the
incessant esiiostiro to the elements. Of
cour.-.e tho best j rjservative of word is
paint, and a man who has a iiagstall
which has cost him a u.iod srtMi of
money- should see that it is painted at
least onto every 1 J month:'. Flagpoh-s
geiM rally rot at the l.ottoni fcrsr, ami
then have to lxi taken, down to prevent
thein from falling of their oven weight,
The iiftir.l lenjftli of a pole ou top of a
high bnildinj' is from o'l to 73 feet. It
is uot difficult to pet n pole ia one piece
00 feet long, but when a litr.n wants to
add 23 feet to that lie has to do it by
means jf splicing. Boston Iierald.
Attention, Modern Woodmen.
There will be a special meeting of
Bofk Island camp. So. 2'J. M. W
A., Saturday, Jan. ft", at 7:!'J p. m.
for the purpose of installing the offi
cers elected for the ensuing year.
L Jamkksos.'V. G.
S. Mattisox, Clerk.
Highest cash price paid for grease
ami tleau.hogs at the rarrell ieruliz
ing and Rendering works.
C. E. WlVlLL.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
CEXTUAL STORE, 1818 Second Avenue
A Lot of Holiday Goods.
And we have a shipment of Fancy Rockers
that came in late yesterday. This stock con
All fresh stylish merchandise. Beginning THURSDAY MORV
ISG, DECEMBER 2S, and until JANUARY 1, I will make a
2 Per Cent Discount, n
and in some cases more to close out the stock. Come and see tor
yourselves what this means.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
C. J . DEWESD, Manager.
1809-1811 Second Avenue
Upholstering done to order. After Jan. 1, our store closes at
C:30 except Saturday. Telephone No. 1206.
The Wetlier roreeast.
Fair weather; decidedly colder;
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Hood's Sarsaparilla. the Ling of
medicines. compiers seroult. catarrh,
rheumatism and all other blood dis
eases. ; Hood's and only Iiood'6.
HOUSE raii It
LINSEBT OIL, WHITE LE1D..ETC
1610 Third rlvttuiM.