Newspaper Page Text
THE AEG US. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1895.
PabUtbed Pftily and Weekly at MM Second
Arcane, Kock Iiilani, III. (Entered at the foot
office ai ecconii elaa matter.
J. W. Potter
TKRfc Daily. 10 cent pr week. Weekly,
(2.00 per annam ; in advance. (I. SO.
All communication of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or rcllgioua, nut nave
real name astacbed for publication. So men
ariicle will he printed orcr Sciitioca lignaturee.
Corrcrpondrnee solicited from every toiturhlp
In Rock laiar.il county.
Vkijnf.day, Jli.y 31. lo95.
I n k dry Sunday crusade in New
York baa proven a dry failure. The
saloons, according to the papers of that
city, vi, (tee all open on tbe side last
A Scotch newspaper refers to Mrs.
Lease, of Kansas, as one of "those
strange men, found frequently in
America, who write under a feminine
norn de plum."
In the locomotive shops of the
Burlington road, at Aurora, they are
now IjuiMirig three great engines of
a new pattern that are run at a speed
of X" miles an hour. They are in
tended for the fast mail service be
tween Chicago and Burlington, Iowa.
II. Clay Mkkkht, tho enterprising
Kcwanec game trapper, has been
lined an amount aggregating $23,GJ0
for infringement of the state game
laws. This is not as heavy a penalty
as was anticipated, but it is quite
large enough for all practical pur.
poses, as Mr. Merritl will be very
apt to tetifr
FuKKfokT i-poita have a great
scheme in their heads. Next Octo
ber at Dallas. Texas, ISob Fitzsim
mons, the big Australian, is going to
try to knock out Jim Corbett and
win the championship of the world,
and tho admirers of the two gladia
tors in tbe Stephenson county capi
tal propsse going down by special
train to see the event.
It is needless to say that Keck Isl
and's lumber kin, Frederick Wey
crhausvr, will not appeal from the
decision of the court which has sus
tained the demurrer of himself and
associates to a petition for f'.'.OUO.OOO
damages filed at Eau Claire against
lumber interests, in which Mr. Wcy
crhauscr is a heavy stockholder.
Tub Illinois experiments with
warding off the chill on frosty nights
when a field is exposed to frosts arc
worth something to the agricultural
world, even if not conclusiro. Dur
ing the big frecie of May 13 Mr.
Lai hum. near Lincoln, took steps to
protect a tield of wheat. He built
tires of straw and wood. He man
aged to cover a portion of the Held
with a cloud of smoke. It operated
as clTcctnally as a cloudy sky.
Wherever the smoke blanket pro
tected the tield it was found to be
worth 10 bushels to the acre in yield.
A Political t'urce.
Ibo meeting of the republican
state central committee at Spring
tield yesterday proved simply a farce
it was n love fcat on the part of
Chairman Tanner with the predom
inating force in the legislature,
whoo object was to bring about an
early adjournment in the intercut
purely of the republican party. The
thought of boodle did not enter into
the discussion, much as has been
said of the purpose of Chairman Tan
ner in calling tho committee to
gether. The purification of politics
was not in any sense a part of the
object of the meeting the aim solely
and entirely was to bring the present
legis'atnre to a state of dissolution
ns speedily as possible and get it and
its transactions on the public mind
The Chicago Tribune in its Spring
field correspondence yesterday ex
pressed the situation as it is, from a
republican standpoint, to tbe let lor.
when it said that Chairman Tanner
had becemo impressed that the legis
lature was working ruin every day
to the party in the state, and" if it
continued it would jeopardize the
chances of carrying tho state next
year, and ' endanger the loss of a
United States senator next time. It
was then-fore time to put an end to
the session. This was Tanner's
object, and the talk about the inves
tigation of tbe charges of bribery
was merely subterfuge.
ino rascals will en jot their
plunder unmolested by Tanner and
bis associates, but they will get ont
of Springfield and ont of the public
eye as soon as possible.
tiocxl Ttmt-a Ilava Conio.
A dispatch to the New York World
front Pittsburg says: Pittsburg's
big iron and steel producing plants
are unable to meet the demand. The
orders for billets arc so great that
luring the past week the local buy
ers were compelled to go to rbila-
flcipiua for tbeir supply. 1 here are
more men at work in the iron, steel
and tin trades than at any time prior
to tho panic of 1893. Wages are be-
ng advanced and the employes
rejoice in the prospect of steady
work until next spring at least.
During the past week two mills that
have been idle since before the panic
were leased and. will be put into
oporation. Billet prices, upon which
the steel business is based, are
within half a dollar of the figure of
three years ago f 21.50 per ton at
the mills. The rate on which the
high wage scale which caused the
Homestead strike was based was
The settlement of old contracts at
lower prices during the week helped
to swell the clearances ol tbe 1'ilts
burg banks during tho six days to
nearly tl5.030,0';0. Carnegie's lirad-
dock mills aro turning ont over
$."0,0'-0 worth of stulT daily. For tb
lirst time in many years Pittsburg
mills arc beicg run through tbe hot
summer season instead of closing for
repairs. The manufacturers say they
cannot afford to stop. Labor is
scarce for iudoor work around the
Sores on Mis Face
Caused my little boy much suScrin;.
The doctor said it was eccema, and pre
scribed a medicine and a
local application, but his
treatment ftailea. The
trouble grew worse and
finally tbe lores broke aad
discharged a good doal. A
Hood's Sarsapnrilla, it having cured ono
of her boys of the same trouble. Eefore
Clarence had taken a whole bottle he be
gan to isiprove. Less than two bottles
pernmneGtly currd him." Mns. Eva
Dolbbaks, Iiortoas Station, IUlcsU.
Is tho Only
True Blood Purifso?
Prominently la the public eye today. It
is prepared l-y C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell,
Mass. Sold by all druggists, fl ; six for fa.
Be sura to gci Hood's and ealy Hood's.
IWVU W 1 ill
To All Ho lest Legislators
A word to all honest legislators:
Do not adjourn the general assembly
of Illinois without appointing a com
mittee to investigate the charges ox
bribery that are made and daily reit
erated by the honest press of the
The lcgislatnre shonld not lie un
der these sweeping charges. The
reputation of individual members is
ns nothing compared with that of
tho body as a whole. The duty of
the assemb'y is to clear its r.aaie of
general suspicion by localizing tbe
guilt. Every honest legislator, irre-
speetive of party, should support
Col. Merriam's proposal. Side is
sues must blind none t tbe real is
sues the question of legislative
Again we repeat the evidence is
rendy for the committee. It is accu
mulating daily. Last night the pro
prietor of the largest independent
distillery in the state confirmed the
slatemout that certain members of
the legislature had attempted to se
cure money from the Peoria and l'c
kin distillers. He promises to make
an "interesting statement" at the
Will honest members of the assem
bly appoint the investigating com
mittee and give him this opportn-nity?
BIMETALLISM WILL CONTROL.
Moft ol tho Delegate, to tbe Iowa Demo
erratic Convention Free Silver Bleu.
SlOCX Girv, July 3L A Journal special
from Ottuuiwa says: "How will tho
Mnrshalltowo convention handle the
money question?" was asked Charles A.
Welsh, secretary of tho stato Democratic)
central committee. ''Every indication is
that bimetallism will he la control. Vou
can judge for yourself when I say that of
thirty counties thus far he ird from
twelve sonid delegations iastiujtod for frvo
wiinueo cf gold and silver at ibo ratio of
lOtol; four cOuntiflS ndopt tho Chicago
platform o( 1SVJ; tworxprcs themselves
In favor of niuking tho campaign on stato
issues and twvlvo counties gi jninstruct
ed. Tho probabilities arc, of course, that
a majority of tho counties of tho stato
will not instruct nt all, as it is soniewlu.t
unusuul in this stuto for county conven
tions to instruct a stato convention, but
ol those that go uninstructcd a very largo
majority will bo for free coinago at 10
ftaagaroai Firebug in CattMly.
CllSLSEA, July SL Henry G. Clark, 13
years old, wits lu the municipal court
hero charcnl with breaking and entering
houses. His caso was continued la order
to permit State Viro Marshal Whttcomb
to prefer mora serious charges against
him. By his awn confession tho boy is
ono of I be most dangerous firebugs In
Massachusetts. Last spring he set Ares
that causa J a loss of more than (J0,0JO.
The A kg is, 10c a week.
Reader, did you ever take Simmons
Liver Regulator, tho "King op
Lives Medicines?" Everybody needs
tike a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impaira digestion
and criU393 constipation, when the waste
that ehould bo carried cfi remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion aro all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Kegc
u'at'jr and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to tho v.'hole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Kcgulator is better tiun Pills. Is
does not gripe, nor veaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
I'vcry package has tlio Ifcid V
stamp on tne vrr.p-r. j. n.
JCciliu &. Co., 1'hiiadeliiliia.
Two Live avrs).
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr. King's Now Discovery com-
pletclv cured her and she says it
saved her life. Thomas Kggcrs, 13'J
Honda street, fcan Irancisco, guf
f u red from a dreadful cold, approach
ing consumption, tried without re
sult everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery and in two weeks was cured.
lie is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of winch these aro samples,
that prove the wonderful ellicacy of
this medicine in coughs and colds.
Free trial bottles ut Hartz & Ulle
uieycr's drug store. Kcgular size.
50 cents and 1.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find tbe true remedy in Electric
Bitters. This medicine docs not
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor otbvr intoxicant, but acts as a
tonic and alterative. It act3 mildly
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
performance of the functions. Llec-
tric Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Ola people liml
it just cxactlv what they need. Price
50 cents per bottle at Hartz & file.
mcyer s drug store.
BfCKLEN 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, fric 2d cents per
box. I or sale by Hartz Uilemeyer.
Eetate of Uconre W. Swilcr. Deceased.
Ttie nrflcrsiimert bavin been ar-r-omtcd ad-
mlnii-trstur of the tstntc of George W. Swi.er.
ate of tbe county of iiork I?!-nl, Main f
Illinois, deceftptd, hprrhy pive r.oiice thtt h
will MpiR'arlM'furc the county conrt of tf'jck lUnd
county. 1U Ihi office cf th clerk of aid court, ip
the city of Itpck isinnd, at thcc;U'ni'vr term on
the flrt Monday in St-i.Um!erncit.ath:ch time
all pewu. havinff cliiim. d.-a-r.t paid ettiie are
notified and nqut!AU'd to aiu-nd, fur the nnrpo-e
VI II.III IUC "V1l.ll t.JU-IL'U.
All l-eons irdfhted toaaid i-pl'.ta are rooncml-
ed to mrke in mediate payment to the audcr-sienrd
iKUed tbu 3rd dcy of Ju'y, A. D. ltT..
T. II. TIIOM A, Administrator.
You ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is the Clinic Kid-
ney Cure. Guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's
Then Baby was ai.-k. rare her Cfea&orta.
When i t a Quid, ah oVd for CXucfca,
ITbsb lb became If lea, atw dmur, to Oaatarav
Vbaa aha aad Children, aba gavatbaa eastern
Children Cry for
Eitatu cf John II. Det;t-ns. Deceased.
The uni'crsicntd hav'ci? been artwiliitfd admin
istrator of inn eslt'e or Join M. I iji ni". Iac of
tbe connty of liock Isi-.nd, p'aie of lii-nois, de
ecaiHtd, herehyitivfs no: ice mat no will si-iwr
bvfor the connly curl of Kork !!ar.d cooti
ty, at the ofT,c of tte clerk of Fi ld conrt, la
the city of K'H-.klslan'l, at the O lotur 'crro, on
the lirst Monday in clorxr in s', at ithicb
tiaie a:i poror.j navini; (iJiims aa.it enia e
ta'e are noiill-d and rTiuiU:d f ati'itu for the
pomoHS o' havlne the amo adidsu-d.
All iterons ind;Ored to esfd eUitc are rcn-Tost-
ei to make Immediate payment to tba ender-
IaU:dtHis i'.lhdaTO? Jnly. A, D. 1SJ5.
I1XKMAN DETJEXS, Administrator.
STATB OP ILLINOIS I
KOCS ISLAND COl'KTr. I
In the circlit conrt, 8ct,tc!r,hcr ttrra. 19
Jixie McDonald vs. Ar'.eur XcUoaald. in chan
Afll lavit of ncn rcs'.dcrce of Arth- r MrHminM-
ine mO"v . Ttfnotnr. ntvn.i; iKn i led in Ihe
clerk's ft!! f the circuit tonn of aii oiumv.
u 1 1 e is mrciore iicrccy tfivcn me kim ron-
rrsidc.it ee ecdsi.t lhat Hn cnnuisinant li e l h
bid r conilsitit m s .Id roart. on t':e rhncrr
fUiv theri-of, c-uliiv CVh day f M-iy. 1S..S, an 1
mj;i ufTcujMi a -nmmiins i?tn-u out or sa u
c-jcrt. win rein suld ru:t 1 now p: n"inr re'nroa-
iile ontne ttivt Montiay in tl;e crjnth of epteai
b -r next, aa is hr lw reoim-,1. N. w. unl, von.
Ihc paid non-rt-i(ie!it de'endsnt a'Mvi- named,
arthnr S'.cll. raid, fhll Dcreonallv le a
appear before rite said circuit crnrton Ihe llmt
ay or tne ri'xT term ttiereor, to ne hoioe- at K'h k
1-lai.d ia and for the paid ctrintv on iht firt
;o'd:iy in s-.pt-mbr next, mi d pW. iu,wi-r or
d'murto the said comp'ainant' bill of c.Qwlaiut.
the same and tlie mittcre and tb:nis thert'in
chareeda'd ittted will he taken a nnfcncd
atid a deer e tn-rel aaiut you according to
GSORGE W. GAMm.S.Clirk.
Carl Ki eh, Coinrila ninl's Sul citor.
Iiock Ivluod. 111., Jnlj 31, IfSi.
ilcEniry & MaZniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Mjomu tnmiey on jrnoi wRcnnty; maze collec
tion, kef'mriee, Mltobell t, Lvnu. banners.
Oftce. P'jeMim.a Uloca.
PERFECT KcKliOSB !
How attained how re
stored how preserved.
Ordinary works on Phy
sioiopr will not ttil you :
the doctors can't or
vtgdI : bnt all the same
yon wish to know. Your
booV lays bars the tmth. Every man who
weald rerain sexual vigor loot tbroch folly,
cir develop members weak by catnre or wasted
by di!sse. should write lor oar scaled book,
'Perfect Manhood. No cfcarse. Addresa
ERIE MEDICAL CO.. Buffalo, N.Y.
w?to Bar TTf-va ti rTTt ra,X
t"5i 9 n-sz, Yaricocc1 Atrophy,
yoratroToM the V. rr.'iTt'; iiimua U ur l.'cr
Sjo -ciih a -cr-Hira rto rare r rwj
rtrat)-?(J. OorruB iiit.r AaSdr: RwAt
CUKMICAf. COu A:3t-i for tT. n . t fticAffO, or
HanOiall l-Uiiu. KOCK ILA.i-. ILL.
Sold hy T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
m. o. ooaKauT.
. d. aoaaaxLT.
Connelly &z Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
frffiee eeeemd floor, nmt wihAii ja T.m.i..w
baak. Money to loaa.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Cilice ia Bock Island National ISaok building.
n.o. swaaiiar. o. L wiuu.
Sweeney St Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Otlre in Benj-ston's Block.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Uteal business of kinds nrornDtlr attended
to. State's auomey of Hock Island county
ii.xe, rosmmoa tsiota.
Dracx & Kernr.
Architects and Superintendents.
Ifonia nH?A liiillditia. cor Third avenue
and Nineteenth stre. t.
Geo. P. Btaudiihar,
Flans and en:rl-i!4-r!e-)ce fn all Clare of
Butid nnr. It -jji- and 65, KlticU A Lyude
boiluliur. Take hvator.
Dr. "W. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat,
f.fflce in Tree man's new bcildine. corner Sev-
entct iitli street and Ibira avenue. Lock Icland.
Telophone Kn. 1038.
Dr. Chas. M. Bobertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
CSlea, Whittaker Block, aouttiwest cornet
Third and Itrady ftrta.;s. Davenport, Iowa
Baouaa IT and lb. Iloniv: 9 to 11 a. ml to p. as.
, a. BoixowetMa, a. n. a. a. basts, m, x
Dnt. Barth &- Hollo wbush.
rhyslciane and Surgeon.
OT.ee i Slid st.
ateeldeact: tat sis' "U
Dr. Barth lr, Hollowbneb-
S ui Vi a. m, i i- t to w a, at,
t to t and 7 s a. o. f ltoSanflStosp.au
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitcbell & Lynde's butldine.
R. K. Pearce,
Roons sa and 31 In Vltchall t Lynde's new
Baiidlnz. Tnve alevator
John Koch, Sr.,
BICYCLES MADE TO ORDER.
A Bicycle repaired with
neatness and dispatch.
218 Market Square.
PHICAOO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC
-" Railwar Ticiels ran he port based or tat-fra-re
ch-l(.-d n UP Tweniieta aueet depot
nr C K I i r depot comer Fifth avenue and
rtuitr-arst street, frank H. Pimnmer. Agar.t.
Dolivrr UDited Aomaaa.
Ft. W rth, Dunver I.C.
OinAba I)e TKoinr-
tOaaba A Minneapolis......
Omaha Des Moinrs ex...
tOxniba 4. Minneapolis Ex..
Denver. Linr.Mn A Omaha...
St. Pan' & Mrr.neapo) s.....
Dri ver, Ft. Worth K. C.
Jlirji- ir t.ity & St. Joseph,
i'lura Island A WashintSou.
tvtiteaffo Ie Mnlu
Bock Inland A Brooklyn Ae. .
t 1 .
an 8:ui am
am S:i0 pa
am " U m
in t fisOais
ale B:f rn
am til :i 5 pm
ptn't t:?fi am
atnjt 3:3f pm
pmit T :iaara
pm.f T:so am
pml T 40 am
Arrival. tDepsrlure. tDatly.cxoept Sunday.
Ill o'hers dally. Telephone 1093.
BITRLINOTON BOCTB C., B. V- HAIL
wmv li.-not Pirst avenna and Sixteenth
street, M. 1. Yourw. ascnt.
Si. Louis Kxpreee " 00 am
r.i - i. . Ti , . o . m . n
Deardstown Fassenser I 2:50 pml ll:l(am
sierlina. Tiuboqne St-Pa"l t :& n Hrftfipra
Daily. tDaily except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
Kail way Kaclne t San'hwestarn Division
Dapot Twemiettt etr-it, between First and
Socond avenues, K. D. W. Uolmca, Apent.
; Lnava. aasrva
Vai snd Kxpress
t. Paul (txorces
Frtlhl and Accommodat'n.
TtOO am! :30pm
4rfln pm U:iam
9yX am1 7:S(lpm
Daily except Snndiiy.
ock Island Feobia Railway
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street
Eastern Ex." I he Trlib,".
fYorla M Louis Mail Bx.
Peoria Arcom. Prei'-ht....
Cable (via Sherrardl Accom.
I X" Mi
11 :15 am
7 Ii5 am
Waaiea Z7rytiiisz ?rom a n&0
Silk Euidiritf tea CirraaTs&t.
lae Oert&lzi a BpocUlty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
Telephone No. 12 14.
Pjf senircr tr .irs leave V.. II. I A p. (Molltie
avenue) depot rive 5 mlnntes tariicr than time
given. Trains marked daily, all other trains
dally except tint day.
DUKLINGTON, CEDAB RAPIDS
horthein Hailwar. denot loot of BraJv
street, Davenport. J as. alorton, Uen. Tk't 4k
t'aea. A if cut.
l4 :B5 pm
b7-tHi i u
b!) 45 I'm
Westl.ibeity i ram
Passensef . .
" No, "
b7 : pm
a Tiailv. bDauv except gtraaav. tlioina north
tnnine South and east. No. 18 runs between
Ccoar itap'.ds ana west LiDCiiy.
To the East via the
. & P.
In Effect Jane SO.
Lv Hock Island.....
c It I ft f lit-oot
Lv Iiock island
Twentieth st Deiot
Ar Hloomir'on. ......
Ar rolnmbns......... .
A r Jacksonville.... .. .
Ar St Lnnis.
A rKvansvllle.. ........
4 85 am 8 00 am
4 27 am SOS am
7S"i am 11 20 sm
8 r? am I K pm
2 .Vj pm 10 pm
7 nr nm
li r5 pm 12 &0 am
III r i am
10 to am 3 10 pm
1 10 pm
7 00 i,m
1 45 pm
9 ar, pm
.1 A am
7 7 ara
7 51 ara
5 li am
8 '.5 pm
8 411 pm
6 I4! aw
8 r-l pm
U J tint
v vi am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
KOCK ISLAXD TO ST. LOL'IS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. in. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing throujrh rekin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry throus-h
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Tioket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
cLL ""L " " "'" kCT
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaib. Sfa ter; L.B. SciTXB, Clerk.
I.cr.ves Kock Island for lanrcatlne. New
Ro ton, Keithsbunt, Oquawka, and Bur
And Fkidav, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice nvms and good meals. Fpee'al ra'.cs
to partie of Sve or more who wish to
make tbe round trip. The Youna; has
Ken very recently purchased aad flttrd
up for ibis trade, and I nt surpassed by
anything on the MbuisMppi for elegance
GEOKQE LAMONT SON. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse.
tnents in part pnyaxm for a hurh srade Acne
bicycle, which we aend them on approve!- No
work done caul the bicycle arrives aad proves
IrVktsrtnr 1 o t laa Ctstplored on tba
a vuii irfouiw was M
ITboysorstrls apply they -neat be want
mi l mi iianiwiiaii
ACME CYCLE COfTPANY.
K-ta aUl --a. LME - TT- s
.sa. esraaai "aJl A i
ri.s 5 . -SUM PASTE
FOR GENERAL. FOR A QUICK ATTCR-DINNER SHINE
BLACKING APPLIED AND APFUE0 AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Mars. Bros. Props.Carton.Mas,USA.
Soli by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Hock Island
yTa, LIGHT i jr-Lj
IW no0 5ff
! GBflGEIrUL, Wm
Li DURfBLB mBm
ff BEflOTIFiOlj la
Fitted witi the drcat " d. tr J." Tires
e e all Rambler Bicycles are Fully Guaranteed e 9
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents. I iwd. 1722. K2i 126
I 1728 Second Av.
H LATIN a AMD VKHT1LAT1MO EK1HWEKRS. )
112 and 114 West Seventeenth street.
Telephone 11 48.
The Fashionabb Merchant Tailor
lias the most replete line of new patterns in Imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOKb AVENUE
1803 Second Ayenne.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. Si 1 Third avenue.
MILLINERY at HALF PRICE
2 trimmed bats for
(3 trimmed bats for
1 trimmed bats for
trimmed hats for
Special, at loner as they last. Leghorn hats for 15 centi.
Your choice of 200 straw shapes at 5 cents.
Great reduction in prices on
All our 1.50 and 1.75 Ddck Suits go at 99 cents.
All our 12 50 Dock Suits go at $1.43.
All our $5 Trilby Duck Suits, large sleeves, ekirt
six yards wide, to close out at 12.99.
100 wrappers at 38 cents. 200 wrappers at 50 ccn I s.
Anything that is new and nobby in Sailors and Walking
Hats you will find at tbe
BEE S HIVE
114 West Second street - - DAVENPORT.