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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1894.
hfclMM Das? SB Weakly at UN
Avesue. Back Island m.
J. W. POTTBB.
IS.OS per anaam; In advance 11.80.
An eomvaaleatlotis f a critical or anrnmarnta
Hti caametar, potttleal or iclictooa. But have
reel imi attached for publication. Mo stick
artlcka win b printed ore. Bet lions atiraatnrea.
Oorrsanopdenos solicited from iwi township
I Kara lalsusd eoanty.
Tor tBtnr FRAjmi.nl Mactxaob
for 8i.pl. o( Pehnols HrxuT Rab
For Treasurer Br.ao J. Ct-aoorrr
TtHKwol thernU I Pa Jru 11. Smith.
VTlty Of Ml- TlVMn 0. ClSSD-KniX,
BOil ( 1'alVIB U PUaaAXTa.
Par Xiabcr of Congress Job. W. Olsox
For M m. of Gea. A sembly J. U. M etuoaji
Tor Otnntr J atLla
For CVuntT Cl.rk Cainis G. Waiobakb
For Sbr 1 Cm axes w. Xcers
For Trnasnrsr Craus D. Oobdob
FoTBnpt of Schools .Cbablxs B. liuniu
MoNDAT, OCTOBER 15, 1894.
tomorrow it is your
Ckkat Hkitaik is about to launch
seven nrw lntlli-hi(s.
Ki kctuic freight cars have started
ritnnirjj between Troy ami Albany,
Nrw York. "
Tn. khnilive of Kypt has a por
ponus bicycle almost entirely plated
CniSF.sr. merchants have canceled
fn iffiit contracts with certain ports,
hie!i ihrr fear will be blockaded.
ht of its .
the en- I
lota pan;; is making the tig
life. Tin-re Is Cancer that
tire crowd will have to po to work.
Mr rn'iivLiTAN s.oci-tv is an
coaiponnd. la one column ol .New
York daily was a notire of a swnll
iinn r party. given in honor of a vis
ing prince, by Mrs. Paran Stevens,
and in another column an account of
a sui; brought against Mrs. btevecs
for failure to pay the wages of her
Tns combined powers of Europe
could not select an abler or more tit
arbitrator to act in the Capacity, as
m illing the bloody controversy be
tween Japan and China, than
crttary (ire.ham. Of a highly
trained judicial mind, be is also a
talc-man, and a diplomat, and the
two empires involved would find
their differences fairly and justly ad
judicated by Mr. Cleveland's secre
tary of state.
Stv r. the people have heard the
democratic nominee for congress in
this district, Hon. Jonas W. Olson,
speak, and have seen the exhibition
that the republican nominee made
the diy he was nominated, and the
way he got out of a speech on his last
riAt here, there is likely to be a
much stronger vote for the demo
cratic candidate in Hock Island than
the republicans count on. The pub
lic know how Mr. Olson stand!-; he
has made himself plain, but they
have yet to hear what Post's ideas of
momentous questions are.
Tiir. nomination of an independent
democratic candidate for governor
of New York has no supporter in the
cabicet, and It there is a single dem
ocrat in Washington who does not
condemn the movement he has kept
so quiet that no one has beard of
him. Senator Faulkner, chairman
of the democratic congressional cam
paign committee, who has just re
tnrm d from New York, says demo
eratif prospects are improving every
day in that state and that he now re
gard. Senator Hill's election as a cer
tainty. The Darlington Gazette has been
comparing McKinley and anti-Mc-KinU-y
prices and finds that muslins,
whic'i under the McKinley robber
tariff retailed at 10 cents per yard,
are now sold for 8 cents, and 7-cent
muslin at 6 cents; calico has been re
duced from 7 cents to & cents; cotton
flannels from 8 and 10 cents to
rents; percales from 15 cent! to 10
'cents, satteens from 15 cents to 12
cents, dress goods from 5 to 45
ccnti", and henriettas, 4C-inch, from
75 cents to 50 cents. This cheapen
ing of goods to the working man is
one of the benefits of the democratic
Is his sermon cu womanhood last
fnnnay, cardinal iuton left no
doubt as to what be thinks of woman
suffrage. Woman.' be said, "can
not vote and I am heartily glad of it.
I hope the dav never will come wben
she can Tote, and if the right of suf
frage is granted to her, 1 hope she
will reject it. Rest assured
that it woman enters politics she
will be sure to carry away on her
some of the mnd and dirt of political
contact." This opinion is manifestly
shared by the majority of good wo
men ia New York, at least, as was
shown by their rigorous protests to
the constitutional convention against
the proposal to saddle them with the
"Wbyeo Yon CsmubT
Do you know that Parks' Cough
Svrup will cure It? We guarantee
everr bottle. There are many cough
srrups. bnt we belieTe Parks' is the
best and most reliable. Sold by
Harts 4k Ullemeyer.
Killing That Was Apparently
A YOUTH'S HEAD BLOWS TO PIECES.
Several Others Wounded, Tvro of Whom
Cannot Live A Couple of the Victims
Young tiirls Origin of the Row and
l'iemiish Operations of the Murderers,
Who Kcape Before the taw Can Get
VTiLKESnAnKft, Pa., Oct. 15. As a re
sult of a drunken riot at Maltby, a small
Hungarian settlement near this city, one
person was Instantly killed, two fatally
wouiulod and two others seriously .In
jured: The killed and injured arc: George
Sivoskt, aged 1? years, head blown to
pieces. Lizzio Fosky, aged 15 years, shot
in the back and abdomen, cannot
recover; John Jenkins, aged 23
years, glint in the abdomen
and loft hand blown off, cannot live;
M.iKCic Moore, agwl 14 years, shot in the
hand and both legs, will recover; Thomas
Moore, aped 23 years, shot in both legs,
left knee shuttered, will recover. A
sUav named Mic h.nl Paloski was tlio
cause of the wholesale shooting. Karly in
the evening Paloski became intoxicated,
ami faring to the Kiloon of John Moore,
started a quarrel. He was ordered from
the saloon, and beootuiug enraged at this
kind of treatment, he started for his home
t prucuru a shotgun. He secured the
Shot Two Girls.
On his war hack to the saloon ho en
counter Dan Kyan, who w;ws sitting on
his porch, together with Lizzie Fiky and
Maggie Moore. Kyan advised 1'alor.kl to
go home, lmt the latter, who was in a UT
riMc nige, raised his gun and tired. Tho
two girls tvrcivcil mit of the shots end
fell to the porch shrieking with iwiin and
blood spurting from their wounds. John
Moon-, who hat been nttrm-tcd by the
shooting, quickly picked up his sister nnd
Ryan gathered up the Fosky girl In his
arms and tr.ith ma le a rush for the door to
escape the enraged Slav. Before the men
were able to get inside of the door the
drunken tiend emptied the contents of 1
the second bam-l iiito the girls, Moore n
''vi"1 part of the load in the knee. The
snooting airracteu a large crowd ana ia
' loskl wart ioined bvime cif his eonntrrnien.
who wetv also supplied with guns. John
Jenkins attempted to arrest I'aloski when
he received a load of shot in his stomach.
The crowd thun rushed upon the Slavs
nnd attempted to disarm them, but the
three men escap-;l into their boarding
house and barricaded the door, thrust
their heuls through a window and threat
ened to kill the lirst person who attempt
ed to enter the house. The crowd began
to fall Kick, and as they did so one of the
three men fired but the shot did not take
Xr.rly Tore III. Head Off.
Feople living on the opposite side of the
street were attracted by the shxting and
had their heads out of the windows. One
of these wis Georg.i Sivosfci. .One of the
Slavs svlng the h'.vtd of th'j bor, took de
liberate aim and fired, tlm full charge
striking the unfortunate Kiy on tho left
side of the head, tearing ha'.f of his
h-ad and face away. Tho b.iy fell dead.
The Htniv stricken wighlKirs closed their
windows and tiarrieaded their d'jors. The
murderous Slavs, tiading uo human beings
to shoot at. turned their guns on lighted
windnws, posts and trees, and anything
their fancy suggested. After all had be
come quiet several men armed with re
volvers and shotguns went to the house
to arrest the murderers. The door of the
house was found open, however, and the
men were nowhere to be found. They
had deserted the house. Two men were
arrestcd at Kingston for having been con
nected with the shooting. Two guns car
ried by the murderers were found in a
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition. If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold'or any lung
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
lair trial, and experience no benefit,
vou mav return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle-
mevcr's drug store. Large size 50c
Since its first introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
anil alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
it intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ailj
ments oi siomaen, liver or kidneys.
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fiom the svsteni. Satisfaction guar
anteed wilh each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle, bold bv Hartz & Lllemcyer
buckler's arnica salve.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, race 25 cents per
box. or sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
"Boral Knbjr" Bra Whlaky
Is a "Eye a Is Kya," naturally ripened and
ree from all foreign flavor and adulterants, gssr
anteed para tad over eleven year of age, recom
tended to the eonnoiseenr at a meritorion. arti
cle wont y of the confidence of invalids, eoova
leeeeota and Uie aged, see that our nam. is
blown la bottle . (1.00 per quart bottle.
"BOTAL KCBr" 10 BT WIVE
piire. old and mellow, therefore Van adapted for
isralida, convalescents and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, bauds
up the weak and debilitated. Quane, SI. Flata,
M casta. Fat np on honor and caaniiite.fi bv
BOTAL WHO, OO, Chicago.
For sal at Harper Boos Phanaacy. and by
riiiun cims.iiiii sfii '
j Children Cry for
Representative Breckinridge has bcn
suspended from communion by the Mount
Horeb church at Paris, Ky., for ai-otit
three months as a punishment for his sins.
lie had confessed and asked forgiveness of
A woman who had murdered her hus
band was found by a 'Frisco sympnthetio
jury guilty pt murder In the second rto-
grec, and even then recommended to the
oourt's mercy. The iudeo showed his
view of the jury and the prisoner by
repudiating the verdict and sentencing
the prisoner for life for murder in tho first
The Detroit coroner and his jury have
given up the attempt to discover who
murdered Charles Chauvin.
Three masked men "ield up" the gam
bling moms of Saini"arnell at Denver
and nabbed the whole outfit, getting about
all that Was in sight.
Rev. Dr. Minnegerodo, who was rector
of the church at Richmond which Jeff
Davis attended during the rebellion, is
Incendiaries set fire to the buildings of
the Fulton Trotting association, at r'nl
ton, la. A barn was destroyed. J. D.
Mulich was arrested on suspicion and an
other man got away after being fired on
by the police
Anthony Xoecker. foreman In the Ken
tucky penitentiary, was fatally stabbed
by Convict Frank Chaml ers.
Gladstone refuses to have anything to
do with the imperial customs federation
until it can be accomplished without con
cession to the principle of protection.
Illinois statu fair was a paying enter
prise. The total receipts were aJ,(X0 and
total expenses 42.0;nt.
Richard Duke and Gustavo Schmidt,
farmers, were assassinated at night ut
their home, six mil.-s from Columbia. Tex.
They were shot while sitting at a table
J. A. R. Kliiott has won the champion
ship a a pigeon shooter by heating lr.
Carver another series of three matc'ies In
these he killed CW bird out of SJJand won
two matches out of three.
The South Carolina dispenarv liquor
law will be tested as to constitutionality
lvfore the United States suprvme court.
The five-story building occupied by the
Morse-Cie Shoe coniiiany at Omaha was
damaged fst.W by fire. "Fully insured.
Fall River. Mas., weavers have rcsol red
not to go t J work' at a 10 per ceut. reduc
tion. Throw Away Trnime.
wben ocr ntw method i guar ntJ tt verms-
nent y tore th worrt c-cs of inptnre wi'hont
th use of be knife. Seed 10 cenU in riamu fur
ramiblcl an ! nf. rer.ee. World's Disr etssry
Medtcil a?soci.-riou, CHI Main struct, Bnflxlo,
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A recent discovery 13 that hcn3a.-he.
clzzlness, dullness, confusion of t':o mind.
ei?.. are ouo to aeranrnicat of tho nerve
centers which supply tho brain with norvo
force; that indigestion, dy-Tx-psia, neural-la.
wind In stomach, etc., arise, from thj uoniarje-
nit-nt cf the nerve centers supplying t!j-?r or
pans with nerve liuid or force. This is likevl
ir-:e ti many aiseases or tne Heart anc lu-ie
11:0 rerve sjt misuse a teleirraph svsii ni.
as am oe wen liv uie accciunauyiiu
tviilte Hup9 are
the nerves which
convey the nerve
r r e in.m 1 11 o
t.ervn centers to
every part of the
ixHiv, ini ns me
ticc.ric current is
wires to every
statioa. larj-o or
physicians fail to
regard tiiis fart;
Instead of treat
ing the nerveeen
ters for tlieeue
of tiie disorders
thev treat the
M. 1 , LL. R., the
student of nervou. diseases, and nni'ior
of many noted treatises on tue latter i.oWt,
long since renliied the truth of tti" 1 rt
statement, and hi9 Itestorative N rvine
is prepared nu that principle. Its stirces
in curing nu aiseases arising irotn orran?e
ment cf the nervous system is wonVr
ful. as the thousands of uiisoliritJHl tt-1imo-n:als
in nossession nf tlie rrtmniitiv niziuufuc-
turing the remedy amnlv nruve-
I'T. Miles KslnrLtiv N.rvin Is a rlinlile
remedy for all nervous diseases, sueii as
headache, nervous dehilitv. tinwt ration.
sleeplessness, diuiuess hysteria, sexui.l -ie-bilitv,
M. Vitus dau.-e. epilepsy, etc. It is
sold by all druirclsts on a iitivr eiirani-o,
or sent direc t by the lr. Miles Medical t o..
r.iKiiarx, ina., on receipt 01 price, per Dot
tle, six bottles for $3, express prepuii!.
K'stmtlve Nervine positively cumains no
oniate. or dangerous drugs.
Read Special Notice
For the next couple of weeks
we are going to offer some
Anybody intending to buy a
piano either now or in the
near future will lo well by
calling and getting our low
prices and terms, and will
save money by purchaoirg
Woodyatl'S MusicS tore
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
WuhM iTnTTttlsfi Frta a Tin
Silk SiniltaKlaUf to Oirm 7ont
lVtot Cnta!st ft Bpadaltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. F A.RXER.
Telephone No. 1214.
FOR 20 YEARS
the formula for making Scott's
Emulsion has been endorsed by
physiciansof thcwho'.cworld. No
secret about it. This is one of its
strongest endorsements. But the
strongest endorsement possible is
in tlie vital stnnth it gives.
nourishes. It does more for weak
Babies and Growing Children
than any other kind of nourish
ment. It strengthens Weak
Mothers and restores health to
all suffering; from Emaciation
and General Debility.
For Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, bron
chitis. Weak Lungs, Consumption, 3lood
Diseases and Loss cf Tiesh.
ScoUt Bonne, N. Y. AitD:-jlj. BOcaaeeX
Estate nr Grace C. I Mel?., dfces-ed.
The 'indroiimea havirc been aeoointed f xen
f.r of the st will aol to, lamrnt of Ois:c C. L.
!'e of Uw conn'v of kock Inland, state
of l.linois. deceatl licrebr pi. es rotire tnsr he
win s;k ir oeiorc the countv court of Hoc Islar.d
conitT, at the nfflrr cf the rtrrk of Mid court, in
the riijr of licek island, at toe becemtwr icrm, on
thefirsi Honda in December, nrxu at which time
an rx-rs ns naviue elninis aea:nst aul estate are
notified and rennesteil to attend, for the Dnrnose
01 nuvina in,- snie anni!tcti.
A'l t tmins indeitted to said 1 state are rofiocs-
wd u ma. e luimvdisle paoit;iit 10 the under
eitred lnlv d th:s St1! iUt of Oi-tohcr. A . P..
t'tiKNaLIVs F. 1.YSDE. Execct.i-.
By ;itue of an rxeectinn and fee hill
o. u.M sneii out or the e'erk . rthce of the cir.
tiit court of Eoc. Inland eoontv. and rt-te of Illi
nois, ai-d to me irccled. nticreby I am com
mtnded to Tnaa tie aironct of a c-rtain inia-
mtnt rec-STT ob'ained against Rohett B Tay
lor, in tavor cf Kt becca Tay -or. out or tbc lauds.
teiietten'R, eods and 'chattels of the said
efencart. Kobrrt B Taylor. I have 'cvi d neon
the followms: i-rortT'V. to-wit: Tbe ronilieast
qasni-r 1 1. 1 of the eouthra-t anarttr v. of ec-
Hon i1nttiS. town tip No sixteen (101. north,
rai-je lour ,4 nest of ihe four It 4tbl principal
m.ndian.in the conrt of li- ck IsLnd ami ii
of lilltwits. tins ittld caTf.f Octolicr. A. D. lr-U.
"liieretoie. nccrjin? to said command. I shall
exroe for sale at imbiic auci.n all ihe risrht.
ni'e ar.a mieresi ci tne aoove named Kt-rt
a Tav lor. in a' el to the above dcc-ihwl orooertT.
on ca.nriliy, tbc y!b day cf t cUiber. l-IH. at
2 o'clock p. m., at tbe north door of the
court sotue in tbe city of Bock Isl
and, in the conn' y of Kock Island and state of
ininot, tor casn inaa- d, tost:'T ss-d execotion
a. a ice bin. i. G Jlil(i.,
Fhcriff of Eo-k Isla-td vuotv. Illinois
Dated al Hoc Island this iii day of Oc'.o-
orr, A. l.
Administrator. Sale of Arconnta.
To whom it mav concern: Public notice i.
hcrbt c veil thx cn ti-i-i di-y of cif,ter. A.
P.. lyi, at the hur of o'clock in tbe afte-noon
01 tr.a: uy. at the nnh door of ibe court house,
in die e''y of Rork l-Und. in tbe county of Rock
nana, '-e ot i;iinois. tne cncerr'.iel adminis
traor. de b.i.:s nor. of The estate of h.r p R
Pijir. de a-el. will fe'l at public sale, to tre
hichcrt hi-l'icr ftreifh in hat iL d'vers accounts
in diver a-ror.n's a?d rsrainst divers pt-r-on-.
nhirb -aii account- bf 1 nr'e Ui fli e-Tat-. w. irS
sale i madi- by v rtue of an order of tbe county
court of said ront.ty. entered n a:3 estate on
the 14th d iy -f July, A. it.. 1S04. Kor a s-eciBc
statement of the acconnts to be sold, a d the per
soi s airaiimt 'h-m .a-d acco nr. ar rlta-scd.anl
tbc amont.t of tr.e eeral accounts to he sold, ail
person iiiicre:ed nre refi rrel to the 'Irt rf said
accounts row on nie ia said county con't with tbe
patters in estate.
latrd at U tt Island, Il iooi., this 4th (lay of
3piemoer, a. u ir.'i. -
i dmici'tta'or de bonis non of Saiu Es.ate.
Admluistmtor's Sale of Benl Estate.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, 1..
Rock IsuiiiDtriTr. 1 "
In ttaeC onty v'onrt o: f aid County, of the Octo-
ocr it-r-Ti. -A. u., is-.'i.
Peter Scl-mm-r. administrator with the will an
nexed fif the e-taie of James Hardiu. dect-ased.
peiit-.on-r. v.. Mary Ain Hillier. jane Sualem-
itier. Harriet ir fnti. Henry llarlln Jot n
am'JC Hardin. Alb.-tt Taber. Robert Ra
Frank L. 1 boma. thanes tiuizwe-.lkr and
B'ancbe Maml (iraves, dtrfendanis.
I'e itionly-aid sd-ninistratr.r to sell real es
tate of said deceased to pav debts of said .state.
Aoti'-e is bcrrby c ven that by virtue, and la
pnrsuanre 01 an ornt-r snu aecree of ald conn
made and ent red in s.'d cause on tbe eiitbth
IS) day of OeioN-r. A. 1., ltt. at the said
trm of said court, I will sell at public vendne to
toe nisnesi nuiuer toretPD in nsnd at tbe north
uoor 01 iim1 conn nowise tn toe city of stock Island,
in uie saia count, at inr nourox zoclark p.
on tbe tenth (III) day of November, A. D , lSin.
the foiio.itiff d-srrtbed premises, to-wit: Lot
e:i:ni (Si. in flock tu:ry-fonr iJl), in the t liicaii
or Lower audition to the city of Rork l-lr.d. In
vur muuijri niH-a i.ianu ana state ot tr.ico:.
DaU-d Ibis eublb (S) dav of Oc'oher. A. D
lt. iPETtB SCHLEMMEB,
Admuii'trator. w!'h the will annexed, of the ei
tale of James Hardin, deceased.
W. II. Ctrl, Solicitor for PeUtioner.
ansaasnw Mlnaivw-ti a tauBTtk
THE GREAT o!t&Q
mtlare the A hois Keaalu in 30 Dar. It acts
powerfully and quickly. Cures wben all others
lan. a wile men win reiton tneie int mnnhnrj
and old men will recover their rnmhini v. an
by using VITALIS. it quickly and sumly re
s to res Nervousness, Lost Vitality. Imnotency,
'"fiwy r.njisirns, axrss rower, r ailing Mem
ory, Wast in Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards off
insanity and consumption. Insist on bavin
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. By mail. 1.00 pervackace. or six for
I a. 0O. with a posit Its written araaraatea to ran
ar irtntio rae rremry. circular tree. Address
uiiiui KLatui avaraai, taicaro, uu
For sale at Bock Island by Harper House Phar
Bacy and William Clendenin. Druggist, Molina.
Timo dath noom
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from a. m,
' to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
. e. oonsixr. a. av txisnntLiT.
Connelly lc Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second toor. over HitcboU Lrndc't
bank. Mooej k loan.
Jackson Ac Hunt.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlca tn Book Island Rational
a. L. waxzBB.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law.
Offlca la Bengston . Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lena! taurines, of all anno, promptly attended
to. state's Attorney at Bock Island eomnty.
Office, Postofflo. Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security j aaaa. eollec-
Uona. Beferenee. Mitchell A Lradn, bankers.
omen, PoetoOU. Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
OBce nt StaasscD's Uvery suble. Teh-phone
Physician and Snrgeon.
11M, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170. office
Honrs: 1 to p. nv. aad at niyht.
i. a. BoixovBtm, at. d.
Drs. Earth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
teaidence TllSlst St.
Or. Barlb I Di, BoHowbnab
S ta 10 a, ra. I 10 to li a. m,
ltoiandt tohp.ra, s totandt loep.
Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, south went corner
Third aad Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Booms IT and 18. Hoar: 9 toll a. au.1 tot p.
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offers for patent drawing. Boom t T M C A
Edward L. Hammatt,
Office, Room 41, Mitchell A Lynda B undine.
Geo. F. Stauduhar,
Plans and rapcrtstendenca for all class of
Bull dines. Rooms Si and O, Mitchell A Lynda
Boildli ft. Take elevav.
W. A. Darling,
BufoTd Block, over Kincsburyl stora.
R. M. Pearce,
Booms S9 and 81 ts Mitchell A Lynda's i
Building. Take alerator.
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of Oask assets
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Bonds of Suretyship.
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J. M. BUFORD.
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Ma2?r THE NJifAIRBANX OHPANY
The newest and decidedly the proper thing for
ladies' stylish street wear this season. We believe
that these new patterns contain more ideas of mod
ern shoe making than any other competing line in
the west. We kindly ask you to call and examine
the pretty as well as sensible shoes.
Cor. Second and llnrrison Sts.
See our Fail
And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings arc in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city.. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. ZIMIIER;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. M. SCHAAB,
In Calf, Kangaroo Calf,
and Oxide Calf . .
All Sizes now.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
Cloak and Fur Sale
Xow In Profrress at the
Bee flivel"- J
Great Bargains Offered.
This department needs n
special introduction. We
have the reputation of dis
play inr; more original an J
exclusive designs than are
shown anywhere. We a-rain
extend a cordial invitation
to all to inspect the new cre
ations that will be shown
1 14 West Second street.