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rifelfefcrt rally Bad Waaklj M 1M tewed
Aimh, Back lalaac tU.
J. W. Poma,
Tim-MI;, taa sts par re. Wrklj,
91.(0 par aaaaa; la atraac $1.80.
An essnsalcatloas of a critical at arras ata
tlva caarartn, potttlaal or n'tftooa, a: ait Bar
faal mm attach for aabttoalloa. Ma aacfc
antel win a printed wri Bet ttaaaVgaataraa.
Carmaoadaaat asHc tad from rmj tovaahlp
la Rook lalaad sosaty.
tirawrntM Coaaty Coavsatloa.
TIm drawicritlc rairn at Smk lalaad ctoity,
era rrqiwtrd to aad dr Ki n to las coaaty
amiTamtoa, to at acid at I ha court hoaas, la tha
ally of Roc Ulaad, la Hid roaoly. an Tarstlsy,
May VX lWt, at t s'clock a , for lha purpose
at aonilaatinj candidate f.ar tojoty jid.a,
conaty clark, aanlff.tr .aarar, count itiptria
tradrnt of tchnnl. alaa to (elect dclrjpt. to lb
tatr envntm.il at telect dclccatxa to th
cnrrtoaa1 emtlm, a'M to aetan do'rgates
to tk j HrM itlv cob vratioa aad to aoa lat a
riemorratlc canity coaimltue, aad to tr.auct
ack 4hsr balaca at any properly caa before
Th frprvntalloa b aac do!c;M for .
tTrrjf U dcmnrratl f-Uns aa I oao for erery
f raetl Dal of 10 votrt oa tb prctidcntUl Tote of
OnloTa n a
rannsl'riwk i X
hurt Bymn KS S
KirM pwln't 97 4
hcl pr met t c
Tmrrt prarlnct it t
Mm wanl 1W)
Pernad ward T
I hlnl wrd li.l 7
Fmirtb ard II 5
KHlb want 1 &
nixib ward i:m a
vt n h ward mi 8
aih amine :tw '
kV k Ulaad
Flr-t ward 1ST 8
nrnmd sard ; II
Tbld ant sT II
Fiarthard t-Jil a
Fiith wnni t.i; jii
Nxth uil 14) T
tk-tra'h ward 141
amtt rnrk Island 11 5
Mia. a lUak Kl h
fool Valley m 4
Xa.al 74 3
Howling 44 t
Firrt prwiiK-t ...... 3 S
arroiid (imiact M a
Ardainv'a 47 t
Buffalo I'ralr. lu ft
Total ... 4ai ICS
T. pr, Burs lath roja'rr dlatrleta wl'1 he
bcM at 1 o'clock p. a. Salordy, May IS. lha
priaiarla ia tb cities of Mollae and Sock Inland,
oath rant day at 'o'clock p.m.
Datad at Itcck la'aad. Ma; 8 1"4.
T. 9. s:LTia,Cba!raaa.
Wii i.ua ITcEfiby. Secretary.
Kkidat, Mat 11. 1894.
Rock Ilam rvidvDtly Las wmc
hall player of the latter "dav Anson
lon stock. Bctttr turn tbcm over to
tbe big Chicago blaiTt-r.
Cot- Wattrksox. of the Courier
Jotirnat. intorrus Col. itreckinritle
that confession is not atonement.
Ackn Irdirinc; the corn is not con-
silrr'l a sperial mmt in tbe Hour
Cox Et's tine for petting on the
grass of tbe rapitol grounds will have
no terrrs tor Kelly and Frye,
who are takin; it fcisurelr alonr
.... . .
tna lunch ronte, anl do not expect
to reach Washington during the grass
Tmr Union's pretty little rat of
Congressman Marsh 'this morning in
the interests of cx-Congrcssman Ccst
Is wondcrfullr consistent with its
rantings during tbe campaign of a
year ago last fall, when Marh was
letured as the ideal of perfection and
Tttr. Union makes an innovation iu
the matter of political announcements
this morning by accompanying one
of V. J. (iilpin.of tbe Hampton puh-
in- KcnnuiM, wini a cm oi mr suojeci.
If it were not for putting Gilpin in
tbe light of an egotist. The Altars
would ofTcr a wager that be paid for
Sr.AToR Allisos is sure tbe tariff
bill can't lie put through the senate
hf any gag-law" because there are
honorable men in this body who will
not permit the precedents and tra
dition of the senate to be over
thrown." In the United States sen
ate, according to the republican way
of thinking, it is precedent first, tra
dition second and the people last or
not at ail.
Ir the Union can make any politi
cal capital by attributing to Con
gressman (test alt that happened for
tbe good of the community during
the past 10 years, it should not be
denied that satisfaction except as
to the viaduct, the greatest public
Improvement of them all and which
be opposed as- persistently as a man
could who is under the thumb of
The history of the country has not
informed us of any case of such a
declining course in the popularity of
b publie man as that of Senator Hill,
since the duel between Hurr and
Hamilton, which disastrous event
ruined Burr's political popularity,
lieyond redemption. Hill's persever
ing attempt to subordinate tho pow
ers, which the official ositton he oc
cupies has placed him on a par with
Burr in a popular sense. No man
can permit his personal spites to
lead him from the publie performance
of his publio duties without destroy.
Ing bis prospects in a political way.
We are sorry to see a man, who, at
one time expressed his pride at being
a democrat," fall so lar.
SANDERS' BIG RtJK
Into the Arms of the United
LATEST EXPLOIT OF A COXEYITE.
Tha Caac Which Stole tha Mlasaarl Pa
rt Trmlo Cwntrred aad Cafrtwred Altar
Sana Eacltlas laeldowta raralyala of
lha Kanaaa Official, larladiag tba Gar
traor Haw tha Traia-gtealers Overrama
Samsa. Kan., Maj 11. The "narn is
orer. The intrepid Colorado contingent of
the commonweal which hat kept Colorado
and K.inaas to an npronr for two days has
surrendered unconditionally to Marshal
Neelfjr. They were 430 at rone and every
mm was pot nnder arrest Tha surrender
was made peaceably and the entire army
is being taken to Topeka for trial
Kansas Crrr, M.iy 11. Sanders' reck
le army of comnionwealers defied pur
an it and laughed at obttaclea again yes
terday. Three times their stolen train
was reported stalled before cars and en
gines, purpoaely run off the track ahead
of them, and each time the railway offi
cials believed they were masters of the sit
uation, liut iu leaa time than it took the
railway company to throw their engines
from the truck at one place and tear up
the rails atjinothrr the go-ahead 'wealers
had built a new track around the feeble
olistrjclious and rolnid the torn-up rails
with their force of something over 400
men. These undertakings were but a few
hours of enjoyable recreation for the
'wealers who when riding were packed in
t'teir coal cars like sardines in a can.
Cartons Idea A boot Lewrlllna-.
The army's sympathizers were honing
that the dnre-devil band might ran the
gunt let of United States Marshal Xeeley'a
hundred Winchesters and reach Topeka
without further molestation. Once at the
capital they believed the train stealers
would be free from care and penalty. The
attitude of Governor Lewelling gave this
idea encouragement. The executive said
nothing sympathetic when addressed on
the subj'.-ct by interested parties, but
neither did he say anythingcondemnatory.
He was entirely non-committal, and ab
stained from interesting himself in the
matter beyond replying to communica
tions sent liim by railroad officials or petty
peace officers. To Sheriff Hart, of Horace,
who applied foi troops, the governor sent
the following: "Telegram asking far troops
to arrest 5I0 men who have stolen Missouri
l'HCitic train received. Was train stolen
in Kansas? Have any depredations been
committed in your county? Have war
rants been issued and processes resisted?
Are the men attll in your county?"
The Law Had I'aralyais In Kansas.
The railway company found itseK ia a
peculiar fix. Tbe state attorneys having
drclined to help them and the county au
thorities not caring to do so, preferring
to have the wild traiu move on to having
several hundred arrested men to feed and
place on trial it took legal ingenuity to
get the ruilwiiy in a position to appre
hend the wild men and runaway train at
all. They depended on their grneral at
torney, llaili y Waggener, to drag them
out of the difficulty, and be succeeded ia
pressing tbe United States into service by
getting the tierk of tbe United States
court at Topeka to issue writs of arrest
for the unknown eonimonwealurs, an act
which the l'opulit leaders condemn at
Aa Army of t". S. Marshals.
With I'nited States Marshal Xeeley and
a force of fifty men, each armed with a
rifle or shotgun, Waggeuer started west
on a special train from Topeka. The forces
and firearms were increased en route, and
when the special reached Scott City, Kan.,
luo deputies, each with a gun, were aboard.
The special made an exciting race to this
p int, as here It waa determined to give
battle to the foe. if battle there bad to be
here the line was drawn, beyond which
the 'wealers, wilh all their nerve and in
dustry, would not be permitted to pass.
Meanwhile the 'wen!crs were reported as
fly ins rasttvard, having broken camp at
Cliiviiiton, Colo., where they peacefully
sn-nt the night rolled in their blaukets in
the om-u air, while their train stood still
on the nmin track.
NOTHING "03STRUCT5" SANDERS.
Fnt:! Me Etina On to a Lot of Gona On
the Hack Track.
Formidable obstructions were reported
bs lieing thrown up before them at Diston
in the shape of three engines and several
box cars, aod the supply of water for their
eugine was aaid to be cut off. But the
first dispatch of their movements for the
day showed them as having passed Sheri
dan Lake, Colo., at 10:18 a. m., mountain
time, and as crossing the state line into
Kansaa at 11 o'clock. They were past the
"ditch" and other barriers and their en
gine was steaming all right. At different
points east of there the "wildcat" was re
ported as moving carefully and moving by
other plncea at a gait of forty miles an
hour. Tne man at the throttle, it was
said, was an old Missouri Pacific engineer,
and he knew every sag and curve of the
The wild train reached Horace, Kas.a
about 8 o'clock. There they found an eastward-bound
passenger and mail that had
been field up by the company. The 'weal
era commanded the crew of this train to
move, and after an exchange of dispatches
with the superintendent tbe train sped
away. Regarding this train aa a safe pi
lot the common wealers' special kept close
in ita wake. The 'wealers bad now a
first class locomotive, having abandoned
their rusty old switch engine at Horace
aud appropriated the best passenger en
gine they could find in the roundhouse.
Without mishap the runaways reached
Scott City, which they approached warily.
They saw fifty feet of track torn up in
front of the station there, and 100 men
with 1U0 rifles lined up on tbe station plat
form. The engineer reversed quickly and
"threw her wide open." Before the wait
ing deputies had time to think their ex
pected antagonists had disappeared In the
distance from whence they came. The
Idiaaonri lacific promptly atarted a train
east from Leoti, Kas., twenty-five miles
west of Scott City to intercept the return
Asaalawaaatlva of Trades I'nloas.
ST. Louis, May 11. Tbe Trades and La
bor union of tbia city - baa taken a vote on
tbe amalgamation of the Knights of La
bor and the Federation of Labor, and
Toted in favor of amalgamation. Such
votes ara being taken in every union and
aatenibly in the country.
JONES MAKES A COMPARISON
Of Soaae Tariff Rate ia 9teKlnleys and
the Latest Bill.
Washington, May 11. Jones of Arkan
sas was asked what foundation there Iras
for intimations or statements that the
amendments recently reported by htm, as
ia understood on behalf of the Democratic
members of the finance committee, are not
materially below the rates in the McKin
ley bill. "They are," he said, "utterly
without foundation in fact. A very vivid
Imagination or a reckless disregard of
plain facts must have suggested these
statements. Take, for example, two of
the most important schedules in the bill
wool and iron. I have had made a careful
comparative statement of the rates ia tbe
McKinlcy Dill and the present bill as we
propose to amend it, both reduced to ad
valorem rates for better comparison."
The rates on woj! by this comparison
are as follows:
Mc Kicky Senate
bill. amend bill
fn washed wool, class? I . . . . 59 63 free
Washed : 4H.SS free
8-or-l SS.H9 tree
Unwashed wool, class t.... 5K.SI free
Sorted C1.C8 free
Hair, rained at 13 cents
per pound or less 50.13 frea
Wool, e aa 3 S Irps
Sortnd 6t tree
Camel's hair, ensth-.g les
than Vii cents per onnd . . ."3 free
Camel's hair over 13 cents. 50 free
Sorted Ml tree
Noils Ml.75 free
Shoddy, ronnfmand flcK-ks.. 12.50 15
Mutifrn, flocks ai.d carbon
ized wool i 34.33 15
Tops and rnof.nss t3.M 15
Yarns valued at not over 'Jf)
cents i-or pound 278.08 50.30
Tarns valued at urider 40
cents per ponnd 118.79 30
Yarns valued at orer 4U
cents per pound 1U3 IS 30
Woolen and worsted doth
valued at not over St
cents per pound lirins 4T
Valued at not orer 4H cents lll.srt ;i;
Valned at over 411 cents .... WM 40
Shawls valued at not over
4 cents per pound VAW 80.35
Shawls val ued orer 4l eon t s rtvGO 40
Knit fabrics not over 40
cents per pound 1315 35
Knit fabrics orer 40 perns.. f 2 ZS 40
Knit wearing apparel tl.uj SO
Valued at not more than
i cents per pnnnrt fs.12 25
At not more than 40 cents I'm 30
At orer 40 ecuts lltl.90 3
At over 30 nts to 33 35
The comparison of the jroa tchedule is
Spleeoleisen 2", "4 16
lift-iron .41 94 25
Roilr 1 and flat iron, Jrm toS
Par, f mm :r to rtj 25
Bearrs and ptrlers 71
Bnilerand plate iron.lrorn SI to t
Steel rails, from 44 to 5s
Iron in ahcets and tacger.
Iron, pickled, etc.. fr.m 34 to72
Mee! lr.ir.ta. lmm 24to5J
Wire, from 2 . toe
Other rattinirs in proportion.
Cutlery renknires.lrom tHtoM
25 an 1 3C
iM to 31
2S to 5
! to 52
21 to 43
21 13 CI
Table knives, from 3to74 33
Erecch-loadinst shot guns,
from : lo5 "I
Xails, trom 3t: to 107 25
Screws, from 40 1.- 110 30
Wheel or parts M 72 40
AM ether msnnfactares not
otherwise provided lor 45 30
Asthma. Hay Fever
and kindred ailment absolutely enr d by a newly
discovered treatment. Stnt by tnai', pamthlcL
references and particn'.ais free. Addrcaa
World's Dispensary Medical Asoc'ation, 063
Main Street, Buffalo, N Y.
Ter Orer Fifty Tears.
Mrs. Winslows Soothing syrnphas
been used for children teething, it
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-fire cers a bottle ' .
For bathing, shaving, beau
tifying the skin, scalp and
Facial Soap is pure and a
sure cure for skin eruptions.
Prepared after 20 years' ex
perience, bmall trial cake,
loets. 3 cakes, $ 1.
John H. WofwthnrT TH-rtnatrv.
lOfoeai I ns'te. 12, w. d SU.N.Y.
Womlhnry'a special Treat
ments. Hair and Hralp.tn Clear
the Skin ami tNrniplexinn cream.
M imigeista er by auuL 1 eaca.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
Waolasale Dealer aad Iaunrtcr of
Wines and Liquor
aaawaaaaftaafawaW- . - .4" . j
1.11 and 1618 Third At
state of Anna S. KnowlUn, deceased .
T BBdersunied bavins beea anno in ted admin
istrator of the estate of Anna 8. Knowlton, I ate of
th coanty of Rock Island, i-t.i of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give otice that be will appear
before the coanty eoart of Rock Isltcd eoaa-
a, at the office of tbe clerk nf asld conn, la
a city of Rock Island, at the July tons, ea
Ike list . Monday la Jalr ecu, at which
Ubm ail person having claims agaxtt said es
tate ara aottted and requested to atn-ini for tk
paipnse of having; (be same adjaeted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
aae Immediate payment to the nnaerstgneo.
W. O MEGUS.
Dated this S8.li day of April. A. I. Itftrt.
Istate of I ichvd Pender. Deceased.
Tre aadersia-ned bavin beea appointed ad-
m'nlstratnx of the estate of Richard
fender, lat of the sonntj of Hock 4lnd, ta
of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that he
will aseear before the eonntv court of Rock Island
eoantv, at the office of th clerk of said court, ia
the city o( Rock island, at the July term on
the arst Monday in Jnly next, at which time
all persons narinc claims aea nst said estate are
notifies and requested to attend, for the parpase
of having the same adjasted. All persona ia.
debted toaaidestite are reqaestad to make lie
mediate payment to the andersicned.
mica mis rod anj or apni. a. u. i
atkUY PENUKR, Administratrix.
(state of Rudolph Ackweeke, deceased.
The anderahmed harrnnen asnointed cxeea-
tors of the last will sua testament of Rodolpb
echwecke. lato of the county of Rock Island,
s'aie ot Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice
that th y will appear before the county court of
ttork Island connty, at the office of the clerk of
said coon, in the eitv of Rock Island, at the
Jane term, on the first Monday la Jane next
at which time all persona hiring eiatm against
said estate are notified and requested to attend
fir the purpose of having the same ad juatcd.
AU persons Indebted to aaid estate are re-
3 nested to stake ioaaedlate payment to the on
erslened. Dated lh:d day ot March. A. D 1894.
KOMKK'r A. WAGNKK,
W". F. SCUUOEDER,
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUY "OUU LADY" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When yon have
S5 pictures of onr Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
25c. We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And holds good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, Rock Island.
tbA & Well
Illftkll) 10th Bay.
TESGBJEAT . sCSj:
Frsdsres the absre Kessits ia SO Dava. It acts
eiwertully and quieUly. Cures lien all others
iL i .-un(; men will mrain their lewt manhood,
and old mm will recover thetr youthful vicoi
by usms VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness, Xost Vitality. Impotency,
Nightly F.miSMinns. Lost Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and ell effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards off
insanity nnd consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried In rest
pocket. By mail. Sl.SO per nackace, or six for
K.4S1, wtth a assitif wrttlee gsaraates ts rare
ST rrtaad the tsnsey. Circular fre-. Address
CAIXnET BCXLftT COkrASY. Cairago, 111.
For aale at Rock Island by riarpcr Hons Thar
mary and William Clcndcnin, Drrgjirt, Moline.
John Volk & Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinda, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds o wood work for ttalldsrs.
Eighteenth St. fcst. Third and Foartk avenue.
4-. Xsammw't V k
sr a M a
5 m l
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
HICAGO, ROCK I8LAKII A PACIFIC
Railway Depot earner Fifth avenue aad
Thirty-Srf. reet, Frank II. Mummer. Agent.
Denver Limited AOmha.
Ft, Worth. Denver A K. C.
K. C. SX. Joe Ac Mlnneano'is
umaaaat uea aioines......
tOmshs at Ksnsas City
Omaha Ac Dea Monies Rx. .
tpmaha 4k Dee Moines Ex.
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha. .
St. fan! A Minneapol a....
8u Pan! A Minnnanolia...
am it 6
am It 8
ttt, Joseph, Atchison K. C.
uenver, rx. worth K. :..
; Kansas City A St. Joseph.
tRock Island A Washington.
tC'blcasjo A TVs Moines
Arrival. tDenamrre. t rtnllr eveent Rnmtsv.
All others dally. Telephone 108S.
F. B.Pi.tmsa, Agt.
BTJRLTNOTON ROUTE-C.. B. A Q. RAIb
wav Depot First avenue and nixteenth
street, M. I. Young, agent.
6:45 am' ?:8S pm
St, Loots Expnss
St. Louis Express
ft. Paul Passenger
Du hnque. Passenger . . .
.. ft. 35pm
.. 7:55 am
. . I t Vt pm
Ia :sn pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PACL
Pailwar Racine A bsmbwestern Division
Depn Twentietli street, between First aud
iecood avenats, K. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Mail and Express
St. Paul Express
Ft and Accommodation..
Dock Island a Peoria Railway
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
F. A. Kockweil, AgenU
I XAva I Anmra
8:05 aml7:M pm
8:3.1 pml 11 15 pm
tt:l(l ami S:00 pm
4:00 am 7:55 am
Fast Mail kxpres
Dirlixgtox, Cedar Rapids
orthern Kailway, d-pot foot of Brady
street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, Oen. Tk't A
M :tn pmlhio S5 ara
7:30 . tulb.OaW am
West Libcrtv 1 rain.
, b2:40pm bll :45am
. ai2:45pm ' bHtiam
a Daily. hDaily except undav. tOoing norlh .
iGoina South and eat. io. IS tuns betwsea
Cedar Rapid;! and West L:be.ty.
To St Louis
Leave Rock Island 8:05 A. M.
Arrive St. Lonis 7:10 P. m.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
cluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
bad from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
yonr appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is.
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. You are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis, in
due time to catch out-going
trains on connecting lines in
case your destination is be
B. T. A,
Ia Paalaar, we will aemtl
A Siiiil i- F.iTvtwpe. sat etjaea
WHITE, FLESH sr BKITSETTK
Ton bare seen it advertised for many
years, but hare you ever tried it? If
not. rou do not know what an letaatl
Cs silrxaom lNw dec is.
besides being an aekriowledimol beaullnei.
ana manv refreshing uses. Itprenmuiehaf.
tna. aun-born. wind-tan. lessen perspiration,
etc.; In fact it is a nywtOVhcate and desirable
avotseuoa to toe lace uartna bmmi
At la bmsM Everrwhas
For sample, address
.A. POZZOHI CO. St. Louis. MoJ
MKsnoa this Arsa.
CLCC3 rciwii 5?
ashr. assw caanstr. Sua.-'
faS" lee knok. lllaHW frsw
a iiaiiaai. o swwe)
Greatest variety of brown
and tan shoes and Ox
fords in all the leading
correct spring styles from
the east in
Ladies' and Children's.
We have the ever pop
ular razor, west-end and
new narrow square toes.
They are beauties. Widths
A A A to E.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOHD AVEKUE-
Painters and Decorators.
FAFS SA17GESS, CiLSwMIITZES. ets.
SHOP. 419 akvaateentli St , SOCZ ISLAND, ILL
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose House.
Residence. 410 Seventh street
8hop on Vine Street.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1111, and you will receive
TIMBEHIaAKE ft SPENCER, Preps
DLL JaCSETS ADO CAPES AT
Never before in the history of the Cloak trade have .
ever given Mien low prices a we w ill at this talc. F.vcrv
garment in our house must Ih ko Id this wevk. iin,
in this department sold at and lielow cost. This is the
king sale of the season. Don't fail to attend this gnat
sale. Here are some of our prices at thin great sale:
f9 00 Capes ft 50
8 00 4 (XI
6 00 3 00
5 00 2 50
3 00 1 93
Over 200 Trimmed Hats, new shapes and styles,
goods to select from. We lead in low prices,
goods and fine workmanship.
Wholesale and Retail.
Nobby and durable tans
all the late fads. v
we have them. Call and
see the prettiest of t
pretty patterns in all sorts
of materials, that we Can
guarantee. If you ha
trouble in being iitttdj
1803 Second A venae.
DEXKY A. !'.::!1 .
PARID01T Z. SOU,
2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
$10 00 Jackets f."i 0l
9 00 i 50
8 00 4 00
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(Wholesale and Retail)
W. Second St.. Davenport.