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AKGUB. TUESDAY DECEMBER
' Pi kM Dany M4 WMkly at
ImM, Boeklalasd, IU. Katarad at tha
J. W. FOTTKB
TIRa" Daily. 10 oema par iml WMkly,
13,00 par nana ; U adraaca. IL H.
All eomaanlcaUoaa of critical or
f Mt ckaraetac, political or lallirioua, bm bar
'). trticlo will ba prioud over leUUooa algnaturaa.
Corraapondanco tollelted froai 0017 lownahlp
Is Roafe I.iaad county.
TtEaDAY, Ur.CCMBEB 21, 1895.
Tint Toledo Bee aggea.U that
inougii mo ntw bouse chaplain may
not now believe there is auch a place
aa naues, ne win get over tnai notion
lie fore congress adjourn.
Kor YoitK, a 13-year-old boy
preacner, n conducting services tn
Missouri, ami i said to be stirring
up mucn religious Terror and caus
ing manj conversions.
Til r. re seems to be populist poll
tics in the otherwise somewhat enijf
rnatical statement by the Kansas
state weather bureau that the total
run of the wind in Kansas last month
was 8,711 miles, the highest Novem
oer ran on record."
Tni Chicago Chronicle has made a
remarkable record in the short time
of its existence, its circulation today
reaching 100,00'). The Chronicle is
one of the best of modern newspapers
ami odd wnose success 1 viewed
with gratification by The A kg its.
Tub employes of the Philadelphia
iracuon company bare won tbeir
fight. Their chief object, that of
liberty to organize fur self protec
nun, oaa ueeu auainea. me prin
ciple at slake was an honorable
ono, and they triumphed. Bight
property presented win always auc
Sbnatob Pekfeu has discovered in
the course of his exhaustive re.
searches in the cost of congressional
lunerais mat mo nation has paid
some pretty big bills, and also some
remarkably small ones, for this mark
of respect to departed statesmanship,
ine limit was reached when 121,332
was spent for carrying the body of
. . . . -
ounaiur uearst across tne continent.
Tub first tender made to Gov. Alt-
geld of service in rase of war was
tiled in his oluce Saturday. Lieut
If. II. Snrgeant, of the Second United
Mates cavalrv, wrote his friend. E.
A. Snively, asking him to tender his
(Llent. Ntrge.int'a) services to the
governor in case of a war with Eng.
land. Lieut, isargeant has made
military matters a life study, and re-
rentiy wrote a book on rtapoleon'a
iirsi camptign, wnicn is recognized
by military men in this countrv and
t.urupe as being the finest work pro
duced on mat subject, lie is anx
ious to lead a regiment or a laree
command against Kngland if neces
sary to enforce the Monroe doctrine.
He is now with bis regiment at Fcrt
timgate. Sew Mexico. Lieut. Sar
gnant's home is near Carlinville and
he was sent to West Point as a cadet
by Col. W imam K. Morrison.
Miunlil do to Chlrago.
Chicago democrats and business
men will make a determined efTort to
secure the democratic national con-
vention for that city. St. Louis, en
couraged by its success In being the
sncccssiui binder at the auction held
by the republican national commit
tee at n aahinirton on the 10th inst.
is disposed to put forth every effort
to win the democratic convention
also. New York, too. promises to be
a jivci r competitor of tbo western
Chicago is the logical city for the
democrats to assemble in national
convention. It is centrally located,
has unequalled hotel accommoda
tions, ail it will provide in every
way for the comfort of the delegates
ana transient spectators. Had con.
aideration other than that of
money had weight with the republi
can committee, Chirago would un
doubtedly have been chosen, but
money .talked" and St. Louis got
the questionable honor.
In selecting a place for holding
its national convention, the demo
cratic committee will be influenced
by less sordid motives, however.
The committee will not put the con
vention on the auction block, but
will calmly consider what city is
most accessible, baa the better audi
torium facilities and is more fully
t HlaUUHl IUU.
hsiia tun tfonarCcmpIftl&ti,
abadto oaiaast Blmsldsjtty'
oi- a""" lartabljraocoaaofaU
i? l,'"?,"wlih Trad. Mark "Anchor."
lucator Oe. 213 Purl SL. pValcri.
tU aad 60c ret n by Hrl Vor
lofckr.U. C SkUM. uarpcr koi
Ptamucr. Buck Ilaa-t. 111.
equipped to comfortably house and
feed the thonsanda who will attend
the great gathering. ' In these essen.
tials Chicago baa no rival
Then there is a well established
belief, based on the results of the
past three presidential elections, that
gooa mck follows candidates nomi
natea at Chicago. In 1881 Mr.
Cleveland was nominated there and
elected. The democrats chose St.
ixuts aa tne place for holding the
nominating convention in 1888, the
repnblicana selecting Chicago, and
r. vteveiana was defeated and Mr,
Harrison elected. But in 1892 the
democrats again designated Chicago
as the mecca of their hopes, and they
uui uiaappomiea, wnue tne re
publicans went to Minneapolia and
were ignominious! v defeated.
In its thirst for gold, however, the
republican committee ruthlessly cast
aside all sentimental and practical
reasons ior Jocatintr their convention
ineir sole obiect was to4 crab th
largest pile of money offered. Inde
pendent of the action of their oppo
nents the democratic committee
would undoubtedly select Chicago
out tne advisability of doing ao i
more atrikinelv apparent since the
blunder committed bv the republican
committee. Let the democratic
committee choose Chicago bv all
means and thus guarantee a satisfac
tory and successful conference of the
representatives of the greatest noliti
cal party extant, and at the same
time invite for the ticket nominated
the good offices of Dame fortune who
has so long and continuouslv smiled
on vnicago ana its undertakings,
Fear ou Earth. .
Tomorrow, the gladest festival of
Christendom, when the joyful ad
"monition goes out to the world
peace and good will," has not in
recent years carried the aigniticance
it should at this time. With the
most serious unpleasantness in the
roiaiiuua wuu any ioreign power
i.t iii .
tnat nas occurred in half a centnrv
t mould be an occasion when of
a . .
good' will among men on
our continent, while all mv
breathe a prayer that the peace on
earin may not be disturbed.
cnristmas in anticipation and in
reality is indeed the best holidav
known to humanity. It is the most
generally observed the world over,
and its true meaning is not lost sight
of nor neglected. Better support of
tnis assertion could not be ad.
vanced than that of the noted infidel
T 1 . , . . .
i.uuurt u. jngersoii, wno in giving
expression to his approval of the ob
servance, recently said:
It is beautiful to eive one dav to
.t .i , 1 .
me iueai 10 nave one day apart.
une day ror generous deeds, for
good win, ior gladness
Ono day to forget the shadows.
tne rains, tne storms of life; to re
member the sunshine, the haDDiness
01 youin ana neaitn.
One day to forget the briara and
morns on the winding path, to re.
member the fruits and flowers.
One day in which to feed thn
Hungry, to salute the poor and
One day to feel the brotherhood
'One dav to remember the heroin
and loving deeds of the dead.
une day to get aconainted with
cniKiren, to remember the old. the
unfortunate and the imprisoned.
tine day in which to foriret vonr-
aeti un iDinK lovingly 01 otbers.
1 . 1 .... 1 V
une day for the familv. for the
nreside, Ior wife and children, for
the love and laughter, the joy and
rapiura ui some.
And ltev. Lyman Abbott, the great
preacher, spoke in language which
will find a responsive chord in everv
Let all the church bells, then.
ring out. whether in Puritan or Cav
alier communities! Let all the
churches be green with the emblem
of an immortality which winter can
ixt all tne churches reneat th
Christmas message of ' 'Peace on
earth; good will toward men!'
. "Let every heart forget its woe.
nd its wrongs, everv home he
brighter and more radiant with hope
mm isiLu auu love ana tne 10V which
these three graces bring, and let
every soul pray Tiny Tim's Christ
uias jiraver; -uoa Diess US, every
AH A I. 11
Tbo DImotoit tavod Bis Ufa.
G. Caillonctte, druggist. Beavera-
ille. III., saya: "To Dr. Kinc-'a New
Discoverv I owe mv life. W tfcn
with la grippe and tried all the phy-
Bu-iaus jur imiea aoout, DUl ol no
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. Kind's
New Discovery in my store, I sent
for a bottle and began its H6e. and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, ana alter nsing three bottles was
p ana aoout arrain. it is worth its
weight in gold. e won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Ilartz A Lllemeycr'a drug
ruaal la I ruxl
Dr. wmtaau' ladlas Fil Otntccat vU two
Wind bleadlac; nlomtca and Itching pOes. It
abaoroataatoaMrs, allara the Itching at one,
u a poultice, grw tnftsnt relief. Dr. WU
lUao' ladtaa Pile Olnttaont ta piaiaued onlr for
pile, aid ltokmc of tae prtrau aarta, and boUutiz
alee. Brorr box la guaranteed. Bold by drug-
Ktota.saatbauU.foraoeataaad tl per box.
wuiiaais aaaaractarlac ceamaav. Froprietora.
Cteelaad.Ohio. Sold bj T. H. TVanaa.
Tni Abqcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Children Cry for
Xm, ie IIOnDIOS. I Want Column
their regular functions, and the sufferer be strengthened and cured.
Ladies from all parts of the country testify to its marvelous
. success in curing them.
for sale everywhere. Price, $1.00 per Bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. McLEAN MEDICINl CO., - St. Louis, Mo.
T'U-te of Etubcth P.rker dti-nund
The undersflflied hnviuif bevn .urmltitMl iftmln.
ltra!o- of the ectate of Kliz.twtb Vu.tr.
late of ihts coari'v of ftnr.it i.lnd .f.t
of Illinois, deceased, herebjr givKt police that tie
win iirar oerore me couuiy coon or icoea Islaoa
county, at the office .f the clerk of said coin. In
the city of Kcx Island, at the Kirch lerm. on
the flrsi Mondar in Var. h, next, at which time
an persons having claim arahist "aid etaie are
notified and reaieslfd tAflftfnd. fnr th. nnmu.
of hnvina the me adiiutett
All prisons indebted to aaid ratate are reqaee-
imueciaie pa meet to the under-
Dated Wr glat day of Tte'emlv-r. A. T..
tllaUttS a. 1-AttliEIt, Administrator.
To All Peraooa Whom It May Concern.
'Notice 'a hcr-inv airen that the m.f-ra
John thlwetler, ruardlat of Wl- iam Hanutaid
Ella Hauut. will make application to the cut t
coart of Knrfe Uia.td eonnty, at a regular term
thereof, tn be held a the court hon e in the rtty
of Roealslnnd. In tad rnuntv. ok triv first Mot-
oar in dannary, a. u.. ItW bei-g the firt
day thereof, fur an order and deer e of aaid
ei-ur:. dir cilna h ut. a sa;d tnardian to se 1 ihn
inlerelt in the fol owrg real etate htlorgine to
sara minors or as mncu tn-reor aa aha I teem to
aaid conn, to the Interest of said minors, situate!
In the county of Hark. Island. and state of Illinois
to-wit: Lot number one (IV also the west fifteen
feet 1 f lot lumber two i2. also the wear flrir fivo
fiet".) ofkitnnmber twelve (la), ail in b'--ck
niDlDer one III III Ibe onpinal tnwr. t.t niml V ai.
I' and connty of Koek Is'and. and state of
Illinois, ftr the snDrort and edncatinn of said
miiors,and frrthe pnrijose of mvestinit snch of
the proceeds of aaid sa e as shall not be immerll
ately RO'iiihe fol said snnnorc and ..tneHtlo.i in
omtr rem cstaw, or 01 otherwise Investing the
ue. IOHH IMILWEII EH.
Guardian of said minors.
Kotleo of rnblleatlon.
STATU OP ILLINOIS, I
' 'iun UOOKTT, I
ta the circuit conrt, Jsnnary Urm. 1896
Ida Stacy vs. Wiiliaaa Macy. in chancery.
A ffldavit of non-tesidene. of William Kt.. ih.
above defendant, haymir been flted in the rlerk'a
office of the circuit conrt of sail ronn'y, notice la
lurmure uerjov Eiven 10 xne saia nonres'dent
defendant that the comDlaicant fi e.1 her bill of
complaint In sai l court, on the chancery aide
tnereoi on me io:n day or November, 1895. and
that tbereniHin a summrme Isaned oat of ...H
conn, wn rein saia suit is wiw pending, returns.
nie nu tne nrst Monaay in ins mouth or January
Mow, nnlsa yon. the said non-resident rlcr.o'.
ant above n .med, William Stacy, rhnll personally
be and appear def ta said circuit conrt, on the
urg' day or tne next term thereof, to be bold, n at
Hock Island in and for the said county, on the
tlrsf Monoav fn Jannarv nsxt. at.ri niesd. inwrn
or umur to tno 4ia complainant ' bill of com
Plaint, the same and tne matters and thinirs
uvd-iu luaruvu mu sin tea win TAiaKen aa ertn.
leased, an1 a decree entered against ou acccrd-Ir-K
to the prayerof said ul'1.
f GKORGK W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
j. aa. eek;fi.et, t,nmpiainant a solicitor.
Bock Ialani, 111 . Nor. 87, 1895.
STATE OY I LLI NOI8. I
Bock iSLAXD COtTKTT. (
In the Circuit court, in chaneprv. InmpW.
General No. a.UM.
J.jhn Crabangh vs Myra VTa'ker and George W
Notice Is hcrrbv Bivec tha bt virtue of
cree of said cmrt, entered in the at ve ei,titlrt
eanse, on theTt i t ay f December. A. D , 189S, I
snan on eaiuruav.ine 1-t day or February, A 1
1S96. at the hour or 1 o'clock in the
the couth door of the court hoti'o, In the city of
Roca Island, in said connty of Rock I. ai d, to
satisfy sa d decree, sell at pub ic vendue, to the
highest bidder for cah, that ceitain parcel of
land, situate In the connty or Rock Island, and
state of Illinois, known and described as fol
I he west ninety-Are (95i feet or lit nnmber
'Vn (71 and the west mnetv-n i'Ai r.. r i.
umber eicht 1R1 indi'm th nom, h.m.,..
fet of lot numrter ni e mi all in st...n.i .ri..i.
tion to the city of wolinr.
uaieu at t ock Island, Illinois, this Sltli day of
D.cember, A. D..
El.WIN K. PAkMKNTEB,
Mastery In fhancerv. Bock Island Coanty, 111.
Ja kox A Hukst.
Hock Iaumi Cocstt.
In the circnitconrt-toth. Jsnn.w t-m a n
People's atl-mal bank vs. CW kosher and Isa
bella r. Mansfle'd, i lowrr He..ry Mansueld.
deceased; Henry Mansfield. Jr., now HenrV
MfxnenaalH arsi.l.l u a a .- "L
iil-.n ij i. ai'nsoeio, CUES H
Mansfield, Margate! M.r-fie d. now Manraret
ia,"5 ifJen;Sd'e M"ae'd, now barah
,'" " armun, nie n or Mantle d. now
r..eat:or.vinsncld Rob., Isabella F Newton.
Jennie ttlakeslee and Louis t P Moaher. only
baolre sll.laitar nt U. n.la J. .
. ' " a. ui j wiaiirucig, urMisea,
. UlaaWit of the rnn.rilITi. aKoV.
mpltfoadcMl with aboVA ei ftitm T..IW.11. J
. . . . . . . ' 7 " ' .'suuiu. 1 m-
inan-.i-i mmsneld. Kliza U Mana&eld. Margaret
Maosneld, now Mnrgeret Mansfield Green: cadle
Man.neid nowsarh Manfeld N.wum; Kleanor
. ."aa-neiu Kim. isnnelia
r ..t. rannie rJ'akeslre, hivinz been
ea in tne cirrk'a ofllce cif the circuit
nrt of said countr. nntie. t. tt..r..u k..u
by riven to tte sain nn.reirlet.t H.run.n.
that the complainant Bled his hill cf com
plaint In the siia court on the chancery sl.ie
thereof 00 the '.'1-td.y of Augnst. A. D. IRS,
and that an a'ias sammons h i, im. tmnA .
said court, wh. rein said suit ia now pending,
returnable on tne Ural Monday ia the month of
Aoa. nnlea. von. thn ssM j
fenaants above named, U V Moaher and lon'ae
r at osber. aia'l uersor.llv tM. . .i . . . . v...
the said circuit court on the first day of the
next term thereof, to he holden at Hock Ilan1.
In and for aaid coucty. on the firt M.-ndav ia
January aexi. lMai. and n'esd in,. j '
to the eaio com lalnant's bill . f complaint, the
same and the matters t her, in charged and st-ted
will be taken as confessed and a decree entered
(aioat you accurdii g 10 th prayer of aaid bill.
OEUK8B.W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Baa. ft UmiRD, Complalnant'a Solicitors.
Bock Island. IlL. Nor. 36. 18S6.
The only safe, fro re and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask ior
and take no other. Send fob cibctxar.
Priee $L00 per box, boxes for $5.00.
CX. K9TTS CNESICAL CO- Cambrai Qua
Many of the disorders peculiar
. to women are caused by diseased
conditions of the Liver, Kidneys
and Bowels. Restore these organs
to a healthy state by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver Kidney Balm,
And the female organs will nerform
Estate of Mary C. Hoffman, deceased.
Tne naderstfraad bavin, been appointed ad'
ministratrix of the estate of Mary O rjoffman.
late of tha county of Rock Island, st t of
Illinois, deceased, Bereby grres nonce that he
will appear before the county court of Keck Island
county, at tha office of tha clerk of aaid court, ia
the City of Boca island, at the Frhrnarv term Atl
the first Monday In February next, at which time
all persona having claims against said estate are
uonnea ana requested to attend, for tbo pnrpjae
UI ua,iiij( ,UC MUlfl BUJU9U9U.
All petenne indebted to said estate are reoneel.
ad to make ix mediate payment to the under-
Dated this SOtb dav of Dumber, A. T. IPOs.
GhAJE BUITOKD, . Adminirtratr.x.
Adaninlatrator'a Notice. -Estate
of Eliza vTargh, deceased.
The nnderabrned baring been appointed sdmin
istratrtx with the will -tinned, of the estate of
Aiiza wauyn. late or the connty of Rook Inland,
state of Illinois, deoeaaerl, hereby give, notice
that ahe will appear before the county court
of Bock Island county, at the office of the CerU
f said court. In the city of It ct Iglmd. at the
February term, on the tlrst Monday In Pehrnary
next, at which time all persons having claims
arainst said estate are notified and requested to
. w iiarswa 01 naving tne aame aa
All persona Indebted to said estate are req
uested to make Immediate payment to the tuv
Dated thia 18th day of Dee, A. D.. 1895.
. . . Lima Wacob,
Administratrix with t le will annexed
av o. ooniut.
a. s. ooaaau.T.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law. .
umeo aaeoad floor, over Ml (obeli Lynde
onay to loan.
Jackson it Burst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Roc Island National Bank bnlldlng.
o. i.. vuaak.
8weeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Coancellors at Law
Office ba Bengstan'a Block.
Charles J. Searla,
Attorney at Law,
Legal bnalnnea of all kind promptly attendee
"i o..-s anomey of zwck Isiaad county
vim... suniuiuos OlOCat.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
una money on rood . eeenrlt:
tions. Kefrrenoe, lutohel e L
umoe. roatomca Uloox.
Drack Sz Kerns',
Architects and Superintendents.
Room 21. Mitchell A I.vnrle hnlltln
Geo. P. 8taudunar.
P ana and npertnteiidenea for all e.taaa nt
bu .dmga. Rooms as and 06, Mitchell A Load
uu'iuiua. Tiav eievwr.
Dr. "W. H Ludewig,
Specialist of Eye, Ear, Nose
Office In Tremann's new building, comer Sev
enteenth atmet and Third avenue. Rock Island.
Telephone No. 10M.
Dr Cbas. Iff. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlee, Whrttaker Block, soathweat comer
Third and Brady treeta. Davenport, Inwa
Rormi IT and 18. Hours: StoUa.au.lto4p.rn.
Dr John E H&wthoroe,
Hew Dental Parlors, over Harta A TJllemeyer a
Drug store. Third avenue and Twentieth street.
The latert appointments for skilled dental work.
Henry Gaetje Prop ,
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
City a tor., ia.7 Sreond arcane. Telephone 1810.
tie uiaeasea .r
UMSm My Wile's FrieDd
1-; MORE LAUGHS
TJTANT1D A COMPETENT FKOOXt GIKI,
" Mra. Jlorria Sosenfleld, 1T Mncteeoth
FOR BBKT-TIICK FLAT OK TBREK. DOOMS
in Indnstria Hem S eam heat ana ras
bhttb. apply to t. u ID Tnaa.
ros REsr-Foca rooms at the fcl-
1 lowing pr e a: si. at. s and a Pmh
fnrnUhed and fire if Lecessary,
S73J Slith ave
T17ATED E50.OEMKNT!t RT A nBUfi.
J" fled professional nnrse, late or faneheater.
anftiana. t. ran Ttry ra.aooable. Apply 1518
IA ASTal SALESMEX TO SELL TIGER
1 1 nrand Linilca ttg Otis and Orrasiea. I ib-
erai commissiosa paid. ttererencs. The How
ar,i uu urease companj', t levelanfl. Obi .
HARKT B iRViN. DEA'.ER IC SSW AND
second'hsnd roois, elso boo lis handled on
eooimisfion. vtra paid for all .aleah'e furnt-
mre iM-t.ire nuyine give me a tall till Second
reuuc, aoci island.
WANTED-TO BUT FOR tTASB SECOND
is nana aoods ol every descrlot'oD. Money to
" v" vn wii. .1111 mi arncifs Dl Tama. UOOdS
stored and .old on enmmiss on. Leave roar or-
v ig.. inwiui cvwa, n. oues.
W ANTED nor.EKEEPERt
v that C'rys'al n.arlle tnamelei
UrVS'ul n.amif. mamulDil AM.auM.in
kettle also acme eke bca'er and R. d Mir aiirer
""'". ia torn ny ap-nt. permamntly located at
i j. "ireei; An H qnnrt kettle in-
viuuiug kiuiht, patent cover, price 51 50.
ll'Avri!ncnoUIt8 TO LEARN THE
Frtm h Kell k system at. 111 Second ave
nue. 110 comp ete system embraces the model,
complete intruciors in cnttme. littine. Prer ch
basii na; and boninp for only $10 L'snal price for
jBieiu complete. jura. at. B. Lawwn.
s 1 nri TO AT MAV os woman we
cannoi tenon to draw a crayon pnr-
..... uu, iHncniiafiiMiiaipTrs lefsnrts. we
uurpnpns am to sis per week to work fc
us ai nome, evenlra-s or sjaie time, rjend for
prticuiar nn-mina E Seymour. 213
lln,fh Klvth 1 : . i . . '
WANTED - A RELIABLE WOMAN IM FV
err omnfv to estahlish . enMr
m.. .....I : h. y ... : . k "
. r.i.111 ur i cmnii ca rp-nai suppartlne Oor-
asnesto lined bust protector. Kverv pairwar-
' ...'.i.ji,. 1 1 1 m uiiu w una ciasl a. with
" " w uh-m or runi: au.oiare V miimt .
una iu moiFiarfi or perspiration A newnair
'' eery pair mat ortaRs. (Guarantee
prlc tedon each corset, liecommended by over
10.(tX) physicians. We inrninh mmnlplsi alrwalr na
consinn ent and pay a salary of $ to frt5 per
" " a 1 a-.a aiuu CApTUi CO PLUU1C OQIHC TV . (MTUl
iu cents powtage for Ban.p and terms. Ilreeia
aaiiuitiVlUIlIllf CUmilBllV. H.t I 'Hit ill bImoI rV'uaaw
AGENTS WANTED MALE AND FEMALE,
.. ..... ciif u ji per any easily
made, felling oor Qneen Platinz Outll's. and dii
in. frold. silver, mcael. eonif.. miiii hM ni.iimt
thnt la ur..r.n,.l , . a . . . '
. . w 1 . live i" ia years on
every class of metal. taMewear. jewelry, etc.
buu Caen, u.uuieo. 11 ' experience nqnlnd
toouerate thrni. can b. m.il h. k.nn .
esse from house to honse, same as a prlp sack or
.1 l aro uiaKm? money raptdir.
hey aell to almost everv banners house. f.imiU
and workshop. Cheap, dnia'le. simnle and
wiiu ii me reacn ot ever one. nates almost in
siauiiy. equal to tne nnest new work. Kend lor
eircaiars. etc ;aeen :itv Silver and Kickel
i miivir 1.0 , iwast at. L4me. 111.
II ADAM E DRT'SILLA, TITS SPANISH MIND
icaucr ana lortnne te i.r. t . nn.w s..n .k
mind real r that ever visited this tiiy; evelth
aaiigiilerof the third g- iteration. Madame Dru-
r,, U OT,,, Sieu n( t.os aim a wonderful
gift of nature io reveal the mysteries of yonr fo
tuie. She tells the past, present and fo.ure by
,....t; ju .tic iun uno r; also tne names
of yonr friends and en-mtes. and of vnnr intn
companions; also what business von are an apt, d
to. rihecan tell yon where to tlnd anything lost
or s'olen She caa tell ton about ahser.t friend.
wneiucr living or dead, fcue ran tell .h.n...
companions are false or true ; also what part of
....u.ij is miaim lorjwi i norongn satis,
faction given. No 1011 Koart i avenue. ' Rock
iwana. xionrs irora - to ill d . m. .
Chas Bleueo, Manager.
Three Nirhts, Commenclnc
Sunday Eve., Dec. 29.
Tie Eminent Comedian,
Mr. John Dillon,
And bis admirable csmrar in Mr. Dilloii's tsi
ana tzcinsite plays.
-A Model Husband," bv C. T. Daze
"Wanted the Earth," bv Gus. Heege
mjk. ntauiu, . . oy w. rk. Katon
Nntwithstandinp the eij.cns've ratare of
the attract u.n. PoITLaK PnI'..Ks will
preyail. ennday, Dec. go.
Change of play nightly.
Sale of Beats onens at It ennettm. Vwljmv
tng. Store also open Sundays.
Burns Opera House,
Christmas Eve., Dec. 24.
If yon want to give your wif-) nryocr best girl a
And his great company in MARK TWAISi'S
Prices SUA, $!, 75c. SOc and tSe.
Pests ot, sale fcoturtJar morninv. TtMn..
Through cars to lioik Island and mh. ..
Burtis Opera House,
Wedaesday,Dec 25 "
Win. C. Andrews
And bis companr in Fred Marsden'a Brilliant
Than "Too Much Johnson.
Will find something: suited to their wants in our superb collec
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favorites are in attractive new dress, beautifully printed and
illustrated, and cannot fail to make acceptable presents.
Dr. Miller's Year Book.
Golden Words For Daily Counsel.
Daily Strength. " .
Address by U. Drumond.
Spirit uf Love, by Frederick D. Mao rice
. There Go the Ships, by C. H. Spurpeon.
Selected Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Brovrninrf
Building of Character, by 4y Rev. J. . Miller"
Silent Times, by Rev. J. R, Miller.
Helen Jackson1 Poems.
Out of the Heart. Poems for lovers young and old.
The above books are bound in dainty conceptions of Ivorine
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Sorrows of Satan, by Maria Corelli. About Paris, bv
Richard H. Davis. As Others Saw Him K Retros
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The Day of Auld I.nn; Syne A continuation of Beside
the Bonnie Briar Bush. A Daughter of the Kin-r. bv
Grant Allen. The Comedy o( Sentiment, by Dr-Max
ordan. Works of Eugene Field. Whitcomb Riley.
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1723 SECOND AVENUE.
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Pianos with Harp, Mandolin and Zither Attachment.
Pianos with Music Drawers.
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