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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1894,
htlMri ftutjr ao4 WMkly at !W Second
Amm, Beck blind HI.
J. W. POTTXB, - - PUBLISIKB.
TKUM Dulto, mm ecata pet Hack. Waakly,
ft. 00 par unn; In advance $1 BO.
All enaaanlcatlona of a critical or anramenta
II character, political or nlloom, must hare
TMl aaaie attached (or publication. Ho inch
article will b printed gvut ficl.tlou slgnatorea.
Corrmpondrata eoUcitcd from erory townihlp
la Rock lalaad coanur.
Tl ksdat, Jclt 10. 1894.
A voicK from
the past "lt u
ArTr.R the strike is over, after the
break of dawn who'll pay (or the
Sii.Rt txtu 1ixo, of the town of
Iixon, received hi appointment yes-
tcrdav as Lnitivl Mates district at
torner for the Northern district of
Tnr president has now turned his
attention to the insurgents on the
Pacific elope, and ha ordered rioting
and lawlessness to cease and they
WNiri: If the railroad will be as
anxion to put themselves under the
regulations 01 the interstate com
meree law after the trouble is over a
they are jut now?
Ut itRAH fir trover Cleveland!
says the rampant republican Peoria
Journal, and the pre throughout the
conntrr irrespective of tmrtv, re-
echots the sentiment.
Matok IIim-kia ha, cnotwrated
with the president's proelamatiou to
prenerve peai-o and order in Chicago
and take e?cry prreaution to avert
bloodshed during the turbulent peri
od by Issuing a proelaniation that no
meeting, must be lield in t'hieato for
Till ke is one ruan who should not
rscajie attention when the day of
reckoning comes nfter the strike.
He is the ni.ivnr of Hammond. Ind.,
who attempted to arrest the federal
troop, who were preserving peaee
and order. Such representatives of
the Jeff lnvis type of man a this
Indiana otlieinl should ins given a
shaking up by t'nele ham that will
teaeh them w hat it is to defy nation
tiomls. $65,600; dividend on stock.
$2.3(O.0O0; surplus, $3,250,000. And
yet the company was afraid it might
run a month or two at a loss!
Klot, In the Past.
During these times of riots, sud
den calls to arms and daring deeds
done in defiance of the law, it is in
teresting to know tho number of sim
ilar crisis, which this country has
The hrst outbreak in its history
was at Astor Tlace in New York City,
on the 10th of Mav, IS 1I. 1 he
trouble arose from the rivalry be
tween tho actors, Forrest and Mae
ready. There were several lives lost.
The next serious defiance of the
police and military authorities was
the draft riot in the same citv. July
The only other disturbances which
are worthy of note were the great
strikes of 1876, in Pittsburg and the
east. The Orange riot between the
Catholic and Protestant Irish in New
York City was the first to break out
and it was quickly followed by rail
road strikes on the Baltimore & Ohio
and other railroads. These strikes
extended over several states, military
authority being powerless to cope
with their magnitude. Fittsburg
was captured and held by the rioters.
Cannon were used and many people
were killed. General Sheridan was
sent by the government officials, and
after a hard tight he subdued the
strike, w hich cost the city of Pitts
burg 1.5OJ.O0O. Following this
there was tierce rioting in Chicago,
15 jM-rsons being killed, and 100
wounded. General order was not re
stored uutil nl. mt one month after
the tirst outbreak, and the year of
"77 will ever remain a momentous
one in our history.
At Vienna the pope's jhyicl condition
is repirted alarmiuL;. At Hume it is re
ported a.. Rood as could be expected.
The Vigilant has been bent en for the
third time by the cutter Uritunnin. It
wus a close race in n li'lit breeze nnd the
Vigilant hnd two seconds the stmt.
Mis, Clara Barton lias returned to
Washincton from South Carolina, where
she has bven since last sprint:, with oluer
ace tits of the H"d Cross society, relK-vii-s
the distress of the suffering from (lie
Hoods ou the Sea Islands.
The salary und expense nllowan'-a of
President Casiuiir-I'erier are S-40.0UJ per
Miss Kt hel Harrnden, a sister of tli( nn
thorof "Ships That Pass in the Ni:--!i.'
has written the music of a fantastic T:-ra
entitled "The Taboo," which has been euc-
cessfully Kiveu in London.
Mobs nre rising in Xicaracna ap.-iinst
President Zelnya, w ho has ninde bimseif
offensive to the people. Serious Uuuble
Elijah Bryan, of Nevada, Mo., who is
now in his 05th year, as n youth hep' -d to
efend the homes of the Missouri he: tiers
gainst the raids of lllack Hank's v :r-
riors. Ills family is related to tb-it ol
The Countess Alesio, of Turin, I"a!r,
ho celebrnted her JIHIih birthday recent,.
ly, accompanied her husband through all
lie nnrdships ot the .Moscow cauipu -;n
hiie she was n bridn of IS.
The Confederate Women's MounTMeut
association has been organised at Uu h-
n mud, and a charter is to lie obtained.
Voluntary subscriptions toward the uiuu
nient now amount to tUW.
George W. Cable has named his trim
mer home at Northampton, Mass., ".-t ay-
four incemlmrv hres nt Ou Ion, L. I., in
the business tmrtiou of the the town, en
tailed a loss of fieo.OOO.
It is understood that Pullman
talks of removing his works to New
Jersey. No one will weep when he
does. It is not an industry that does
a corrmnnity any good "where it is
located, for the millionaire car build
er owns the town wherein his factory
is situated, he owns the homes of his
men, he owns the clothing they wear
and the food they eat heowns'them,
and not a cent escapes the pocket of
the great monopolist that can be con
verted into it. The public at large
gets no bcnolits from the existence of
George M. Pullman that it does not
ike I'uiimnn company can no
longer shirk the absolute fesponsibil
ty for the present condition of affairs
in th? country. J he proposition
growing out of yesterday's conference
ol representative citizens of Chicago
10 suoniti me ease to arbitration was
line of entire fairness looking to a
conservative adjustment of the im
pending (lilbeultics. The Pullman
representatives cannot but realize the
calamity that overhangs the business
and commerce of the counlrv: tret
rather than meet any eiTort look
ing to a settlement, they simply
maintain-Uirln arbitrary po'sitioulJ
Ex-pa. k.mkknt Harrison, who has
always been regarded a a man of
conservative views on iio lions of
vital national importance, and above
all a patriotic citizen, could not let
the opportunity pass from parti
san criticism oi the president s course
in the present insurrection in Chi
cago. Tho rx-president may think
lie is making friends among the touirh
and lawless, who engaged in riot, by
his remarks, but true patriotism all
over the country is upholding tin
president In enforcing law and put'
ting down detianee of it. Had Mr
Harrison been president still, he
would probably have acted as he did
during tho cholera epidemic have
awaited until the seeds ol danger
were not only sown, but had legnn
to spread, before taking steps to
stamp it nut.
Discovery of a Terrible Double
Near Kuvitir, XVI.
Kacise, July 10. The bodies of August
ters, aged -I jenrs, and Clara Christo-
hersoii, a domestic, 'JI years of age, v.ere
found on the river bank at Cedar Bend by
lishing party. A bottle c f wine and
three different kinds of poisou found near
y indicated thr.t they had died from tak
ing n. i lie couple Had been lovers lor a
uur and Peters had made the statement
hat they were married two years ago, but
this tun not be proved us yet.
He tried to borrow a revolver of numer
ous parties to shoot a dog and failed. At
two drug stores lie obtained the poisou
on tha plea. Ihi called at. the girl's home
intoxicated aud coaxed her to go out. A
bout was hired and it was found flouting
near where thu bodies were discovered,
The parents ot the girl believe that Peters
Urst gave the girl tlie poison lu the wine
and then took it himself. Surroundings
bowed that he died iu agonv, while she
lasted awuy without a struggle.
fiha Sets Sail for llostoo on Her Official
nilLAPKITHIA, July 10. The cruiser
Minneapolis sailed fur Bostou from
Cramps' s hipyard on her official trial
trip, bhe.will lay to oil quarantine to
have her compasses udjusted, aud Tues
day morning will lie under way for the
testing course. Thursday she will make a
preliminary run over the course, which is
between Cape Ann nnd Cape Porpoise.
The course is a fraction less than forty'
four and to meet the requirement of four
hours run under forced draught it must
be twice sailed. This will uot be done uu
1 he contract for the building of the
Minneapolis was sigued on Aug. 31, Wl,
the stipulated price being -2,C:i0,(Xi0. The
ship is guaranteed to accomplish a speed
of twenty-one knots au hour and for each
quarter of a knot over this developed iu
the efliciiil trial the toveriiiuent will pay a
ireiuitiiu o: yjW),
As a matter of general informa
tion it mav be said that the Pullman
Palace Car eompanv waa organized
under the laws of Illinois in li;
It Is engaged rn the sleeping and par
lor ear business, and mniiuinctiire
all other kinds of railway cars. The
nnmlx'r of curs employed in tho ser
Vice at present Is about 2.50O. The
coin pan v's bnsl.iess extends ovc
alsint Il'5.11 I miles of the principal
railways throughout tho United
states, Canada aud Mexico, ad to
some extent in Kuropc. The it'intinl
income Is enormous. Poor's Manual
for 1HII3 gives the figures for 18'J as
follows: (iross earnings, (s.ofil.
01; on patents. fl.T.M; total in
come, tlt,(Mi2.536: operating cx
penses, including taxes, legal ex
pense. insurance, etc., $4,538,862
proportion of maintaining and opur
allng oilier sleeping car associations
$917,501; total ex penscs. $l.36,.1h6
ft taruit-s, (5.vl.,9'tf; interest on
Choosing a Husband.
'4 if brnnty just enough to bear inspection ;
Of candor, sense and wit, a gjrd collection ;
I'nouL'h of love and one who needs protec.Um."
Excellent resolve Indies, and let the husb ai
see that the wife, who hn linfcel her lifo -.v.:h
hi?, possesses sound sense and eord jm!;-nu to.
If the stiff .Ts fr,ra nervom deliility, or uteri', e
troubles, as alas! ro muuy do, le- her uiuniu-st
her good nense by using Dr. Pierce's fnvot-
e I're'criptiou, which has newr hjva known to
fail in su h cic. It is tie on V remedy i" Kitre
In results thai It can be told on triul. tee i;ur-
an ee wrapped aroui.d each bo;tl.
EXCITEMENT AMONG CATHOLICS,
It la Caused by the Alarming Thyslcal
i'oiiilitiou of the lie.
VlEXNA, July 10. The Iloman Catholic
hierarchy of Austria and Hungary have
received notice from Borne that the physi
cal condition of the pope is alarming aud
the c nl umls have been warned to be in
readiness to assemble at the Vatican at
moment a notice. The notification
though not titicxiicftcd, the life of his lioli
liess having been long iu the balance, has
caused the greatest excitement among the
clergy and elicited the liveliest interest
and deeiest sympathy among tho Catho
Cave the Name of tieorge M. rnllman.
lTh.svi;! July 111. A mau giving his
name as lieorgo M. Pullman smashed in
plate glass window of tho First National
bauk. lie slurteu across the street to
serve another bank in the same
mami'tr, when he was' stopped by the
crowd that had gathered and was arrest.
ed. lie hud heeu cooking ou a ranch near
by and weut on a rampage because his em
ployer refused to raise bis wages.
FroelMiuallnn for tlie West.
Washington. July 10. The president
has issued a proclamation substantially
like the one issued last night, but refer
ring to troubles iu North Dakota. Mem
taim, Idaho, nshingtou, yonii'.ig, Colo
ratio aud California. The proclamation
names 'J p. m. July 10 as the time liefore
all lie ibs inu-t oi-perse and law-abidiii
cilli.etis return to their abodes.
The Weather We ftlny l:x rt.
vvasiiixito.v. July 1". - llij folion-iiig are
lite weather bidii'atious fur twentv-four hours
fmtn s p tn. yelnbiv: For lii'liuiia t'a
wtarlM-r: a Imls sinning to southerly; warme
in uortlieru Hrti:iu. 'or Uoarir Miehian
uir vMth-r: iiubt wiutherly w intl-; warm
or Illinois- Fiiir went her; southerly w in 1
warmer in e ist. r,i iiortion. For l'iin r JIi I
IK4U t air wc.tli -rt v.' m, l shifiiiu t' south.
eily; warni'-r Iu wi'stern Mrtioiu ror low
and U'U3ili-l uir weat-ier; ajulhurly
V. P. Haves, of 2-105 Jones street
Omaha. Neb., savs of Parks' Sure
Cure: My wife has been con slim
tionallv wrecked for years. Tried
everything fruitlessly. My drug,
cist's persuasion backed bv his guar,
antee, induced mo to buy a bottle of
Parks' Sure Cure. The results are
truly wonderful. Parks' Sure Cure
for the liver nnd kidneys is a positive
speed lie for tho diseases ol women."
Sold by Hartz Ac Ulleuieyer.
Koyal Kuliy-- llye Whisky
b a "Pyo a is a liye," natnra'Iy riucnrd and
ree from sll fer-.'ig'j flavor and adulterant,, guar
anteed pvr-.- aud over eleven year of ;re, rct:a
mended lo tte connoisseur a a merbtiriou arU
cle wprhy of the confiioccc of invalids, toiiva
lefents and the arcd. hee thui cur u: me is
blown in bottle, f 1.00 ;ier quurt tx.fle.
"ItOVAL KUBV" 10 KT M1XE,
pnre. old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
inviilhls, ronvalewcents and the ard. It r--to-
lose vitality, cretei strvnuth and artnelite. tuiiflH
np the weak and tvhihttttul. narts tl T'irte,
tio cents. 1'ut up on honor und iimruntced ' v
KOYAL WISE. CO, Cfairairn.
For sale at Ilarper House rharma v. aud hv
William Ciendeniu. Afobne.
PAINT cracks. It
often costs more to prepare a
house for repainting' that has t cen
painted in the first place with cbe;ip
ready-mixed paints, than it v j J
to have painted it twice with strict
ly pure white lead, ground hi pure
forms a permanent base for rep;in!-'
in and never has to be burned c r
scraped off on account of scaling
cr cracking. It is always snioot't
and clean. To be sure of gct:iri
strictly pure white lead, purchase
any of the following brands:
Southern," "Red So;
" ShipTPaiy Fahncstock."
Poa Colors. National Lead Co.'s r-n-e
White Lca:t TitititiK Colors, a otic-ioiii:rt ti n
to a j-Kiiinrt kcR of Lead nnd mix your own
Faints. SaveJ lime nnd annoyance in nir.irliir-;
s-liailes, and insures tlie bsst paint tlial il i jro
siMe lo put on v.omI.
Send ns a iost:il card and pet our hoc,!- rn
rtauits und color-card. Iree; it will piobabl) scrs
yuu auud many dollars.
. NATIONAL LEAD. CO.
I'll. capo Itraneh,
Sla'.c and 1 ilieeiilll Stieela, Cliii.ai;o.
iator 13 t
"A3 oil u
id the verdict
lator 13 the
can pin your
faith for a
tive, a n tl
on tho Liver
nev. Try it.
Soli by all
Druggists in Linuid, or in Powler
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
The Xvinj; of I.irpr ?If-!ic!iie.
u? have r.so.l ynrSiin:iHiif: I.ierrtr!m).
Intoratici e:m r-msWerrmtisiy k:i- il Kthe
kiln; of nil 1 1 vt m.'tUt iues I eiftiider it a
mejlpftie '-lies' ii: Eu. ". JAvB.
Bon, i'ueoitiii, lA uiUin,-u.a.
Cm the 21 Sfaipp ia red on ve .rrpt
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PUICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACinC
Railway Depot comer Fifth avenue and
Thirty-llrni reet, Frank 11. Plummcr. Aent.
Denver limr.ed A Om
Kt. Worth. Denver &
C t)U Joe A Minneapoue t ' am
T 7 am
6; If. am
OmabaA Dea Moim-a
naaoa A Knsa itv
Omaha A Iea Motnea Fx...
tOmaha A Dea Mnlnea Ex..
Icavi:r, Lincoln A Omaha...
St. fanl A Minneapol a.....
SL. I'anl A Minneannli....
HU Jowph, Atrlion A1LC,
uenver, rt. Vt ortnjt bv. u..
Kanvac City A St. Joseph.
lioca taland A w aantturton.
)l'blcas;o A Dee Mnlnea
Arrival. tDcpartnre. lDltv,eiceptSundiy.
All others daily. Telephone VU3-
r. u.runin. a rt-
BURLrSOTOM ROUTB C B. A Q. KAIIx
way Demit Firat avenue aad blxteei-lh
tree, at. 3. louna. a;cnt.
At. Louie Exprtea
8t- Louis Exprem ,
St. Paul I'afKenRer
Slerllnc I'nxfCUL'cr ,
fHlCAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PACL
Railaav Haclne A feulhweatern Division
DciKit Twentieta atreet, between Firat aud
Jocund avenues, Jt. u. w . uoimea, Ageni-
Mall and ExpreM..
St. Paul Express..
ock Island a Peokia Railway
Denot Firit Avenue aad Twentieth ntreet.
r. A. uocaaell, Agent.
Painlessly, Positively, rerfeptly. Per
Without Surgical O oration ordetcn
tion from Husiness.
No par for tn-ntment nntil enr--d. Plarase ef
Tf ertum: 'lir ir.U (.'onopntlon, trii-.ture, Fiwi-rca
Prntitin or nrtt!ii: pi lew ierruunent:y cured.
l-Ktula cured w-.ihoui tle ue. of ktfe.
Piles removed without paiu at the
Medical and Surgical Institute
Dcr.LiNr.TOK, Cedar Ratius a
- Northern Hallway, depot fjot cf Bradv
ptreet. iiuvenport. J as. Morton, Gen. Ta't A
Davenport Tratng. La.va Annrva
rutvenuer M :4u pm bio 35 am
Frvigbt Ii7:30 . n.j bi:ti0aui
West LiWertv Tra'n forin. ,;r"U b.
PnaseriKer ' l'T:V m bl0:4i'pr3
" alu:'W (ni :15.in
"No MiTr-i". pm
FrelsbL 1112:4" pm till:4Aara
latH:45pm 1 htioam
'-J v : R.-
AIJDERSON & HOSE.
COSSULTATIOX IS FREE
l'ertnnrnn-.t'iy Located In the Ryan Block.
Hcftond and brady bfvets, Davemiort, Iowa,
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME
Pr, Anderson and Roae are rraduaU-a of the
lending- ni'-diral colleges of tui ctmn'ry, and
a lib 'M yeara' ex)erie:ice ia Uie treatment of
CATAKKH. THROAT AND Ll'NGS.
Thy snccei-ff'tllv t-eat Caoirrh, Throat and
Luni. dtseatei of the ilirentive orirars, d3atep-
Kin. liver troublcr, cotnillpatioii, clironic d.ar
KIDNEY AND CKINAKT
Troablei rpeedtly removed.
Tlie mni attcraveted ewes are Piedl1y and
permanuul'y cured by o-jr new method of treat
LADTKS AFFLTCTED 8peclal attention pfven
to nl! d:.teHte! peculiar lo wonien. Kveiy fiir.ility
and anrnntHce Tor tne treatment ana sieedv ra
mova of thibclUHP of dii-eases.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
Facial blemishes, as moles, snperflnons ha'r
wine marka, tumora, weua, etc., removed by t-lec
P.I.OOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All troubles arisini! from Impure blood, acrof.
aia. ecr.cmfl. letter, tumor, uicora. etc.
Can be consulted confidently by letter or other.
wine. N:t:a 4 cen!r for question blank. Addrcas
I) KS. AML;i;tiU.N A hOaJt, Ryan block, Daven
Summer Advantages Com
In a.l troubles of a i-atitrrhnl or
bronibial nature, one month's treat
liH-nt in Uu: su minor is, as a lii.u,
worth two in the winter. It is iu tin
summer that nature lends her aid to
the work of the nlivsioian. The even
temperature makes conditions pe
tally favoraole lor a speed v u.e.
I lie liability to ratchinr colli is re
iltieed to the minimum. Time and
a''ain have the phvsicians of the
Scott Medical Institute ured pa
tients in desperate stages of catarrh
to wait until su miner for treatment,
and they have never failed to ure
nl! who have any traces of this insid
ous disease to embrace the opportu
nity which summer offers, and rid
themselves of it then, even when its
symptoms are less distressing than
Testimonials These People mre Cured
llcv. M. A. Ilnarl. Bock tsbnd. 111. Cs'arrh.
Iter. V.. Sordi-tromc, Woodhull, ill. Cainrrbul
llev. M. l!lonilM-rr, Everett, Naps Bronchitis.
Rev. ,1. lloHirome, Duvenport, Iowa latnrrb
of tile Hloninrd.
1'r. W il-Hin has ill his ios!rsion over I'd teU
moninls from atiunts cured by Ids ireulmunt.
Now la the Time to Commence.
EVERY CURABLE DISEASE TREATED.
Scott Medical Institute,
Over American Express Co.
fc!l llrady street, Davanport, Iowa,
SPECIALTIES Catarrh. Eve, Ear, . Nose
Thioat, Lungs ; Nervous diseases. Skin diseases.
OFFICE UOVR3 0 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m 7
loSp. m. On Sundays tha office will be open
Iiuai 9 a. aa to 4 p. m.
IBH BATH BOOMS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, sl ampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Rath Rooms, on the first oor of
the Ilarper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days 1'vr (ien
tlcrucn From 6 a. ni. to 7:30 a.
ni., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. ni.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be opeu from 6 a. in.
to 11 a. m. for (lenticmen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time dnriiig business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
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:ra idkSri effsfcH
Wbo'ieaale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
1616 kad 1618 Third Ave
East. . West,
U 8:15 am
I'll :1S pra
I S :45 pm
6 ( am
t 6:15 am
a -(III i.tn
t n;-n am
;t s:IT. pm
LSAVa. I ABBIVS.
! S -jn m's ? rm
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. . . , . 0J 'IU
... 8:iu pm
' 7:SS am
8 :4f nm
Past Mall xpress
aide Ac-commodntion .
S:il5 am 7:!tn pm
2:21 pm 11:15 am
:llam 8:lKl pji
a Dry. hUaily cxcett ndrv. oine norh
$Goina rontfa nd eaut. o. IS runs between
Cedar Kapidt- aud Vt est L,iPe.ty.
To St. Louis
Leave Uock Island
Arrive St. Louis
, .8:05 A. M
..7:10 p. M
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por
tion of the state of Illinois, in
eluding the cities of I'eoria
full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
. your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thinjr 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
' R. STOCXHDUSE,
6, T. A,
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And hold 3 good until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
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Oadr ty I lib ILiLlHiltU.AiUl VAi HrLI l-'"-
jobs feit is m mm mn imi
Luckily there are shoes enough for tho-- v.: i
want them, and they all do in this cli::,.:ii.-.
We have shoes for the multitude.
iood, Better and Best.
Poor shoes we don't meddle with. Xothirv h
them for us. Nothing in them for the vi-;.r- -except
their feet and discomfort. No co :,( -my
in poor shots. If you want CiOOI), SK!:
VICE ABLE SHOES. STVLE ar.d COM
FORT, at lied Rock Prices, let us sho- vc ..
Cor. Second ::ncl Harrison Sts.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let tv r : y
who buys clothing that is all mankir.d I."-'-about
know that our suitings arc in, an 1
finest ever displayed in the city. You ;irc
respectfully invited to call and sec tlv: : L:
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
Positive Cure for Corns, Warts and Bunion-
PRICE 25 CENTS.
This remedy is sold iimler a positive 'uarantee: and we ui'l L- i
fully refund the inney if yon are not atisli-t with the n -n. -Diffcrcnt
from any other, il will allay the pain instead of i;i:il
the foot sore. It has been tried by nianv. who praise it hihlv. V. i
can furnish testimonials if desired. TrV it, ai.d suffer n linm i.
Manufactured by IIORST VOX KOECKR1T.
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist. Fifth Avenunc Pharn;:i ' .
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Inland.
For sale at all shoe stores.
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Duck Suit Sale.
Having bought a large line of Duck Suit samples in
all the leading styles and colors, we shall place them mi
the market at 25 per cent reduction from regular cor-i.
Here are some great bargains:
Regular Tuxedo duck u;ts only $l.t:, also we hae a
regular J.0!) suit which will lie sold at this sale at i.5'i.
These arc all new and stylish goods.
Every hat in our house will be sold at cost price. No
such reductions were ever niaiie in tho hitorv of the mil
linery trade. Come and see for yourself.
Elegant line of waists and wrappers.
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