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THE AliaUP. 57l!PHISSPV JUHH 10. 16QT. '
On arer ether dealer.
We eell for leaa because
we buy for leie.
Special for One Day Only.
For Thursday Only.
Santa Clans Soap, O
per cake, only
1 -quart Mason Jars,
2-quart Ice Cream
Freezers, the best.,
Mosquito Bar, fnll width,
aU colors, per yard,
For Friday Only.
Strictly Fresh Eggs, n
per dozen, only IV
300-yard Spool Cotton, for Sew.
log Mschiaes, per dcx- 10
f-qiart Mason Jars,
Granite Iron Wash Ba
For Saturday Onl t.
Best Leaf Lard.
per ponnd. only
Standard Croqnet Sets,
Men's and Boys' Negli
gee Shirts, each, only
Nice Table Tumblers,
The Emerson Co,
W4NT1D-A GOOD CURL FOR IIOCSE
work la small family. CaU at lil Sixth
WANTED K)SlTION MY EXPERI
enued irirl In Mnit clow family at moder
ata waxes. Address "Servant." A nous.
WANTED-) AOENTS FOR HANDLING
a neoesaitv that la used In every house,
('all at I7UH Hecond avenue between 9 a. m.
to 6 p. m. Inquire for Mr, Underbill.
"IITASTED-TWO CATHOLIC MEN OK
M irood luldrrm to handle a fuel selling
lino. No fake: none hut irood men need apply.
Address II. L. Ilullon, general delivery, Daven
port, WANTED-LADY TO WORK IT HOME
who can furnish Kood reference. This
Is a steady position to the right party: no books
or ennvaasiDK. We furnish work and tench
vou free. Brnd to ernts for sample and In
strumlon. Faul M. Kest Co., 1111 Arch
street, l'hlladelpbla, Pa.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, w state., jewelry, hardware.
.nualnal Instrument, bicycles, clothlns. drv
' ttooda, furniture, etc. Highest each prloes
rtld for second hand foods of all kinds also.
The above noods for sale at half the usual
store prinea. AU bosinesa transactions strictly
confidential Hla new number and location,
li KiHBteeut atreel bust's forget lk J. W.
IJHJR RENT A IROOM COTTAGE, SWT
V Eighth avenue.
IfOR RKNT-IIOrSE OK FOCR ROOMS,
sewer and water, 2W Twenty-first street.
lilOR RENT POt'R ROOM FLATONTWEN
r tieth street: I0 per month. Apply to K
II. Stafford, Mason 10 Temple block.
lilOR RENT-SIX ROOM IIOISKON SIXTH
i avenue near Twentieth street. Apply to
K II. eVtalTord. Maaonia Temple block.
14R rJF.NT FIVE ROOM FI.ATON TWIN
. tletli street: modern Improvement: f .'
permontv. Apply to . II. Stafford, Masonic
IilOR BALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON A
tiSOR RALE A (UmD PlIArTTON JOHN H.
IjKJR RAM! OR RENT A BOCSE OF 10
1 rooms at W10 Third avenue; contains all
modern lmprovcmenla and Is la good repair.
Apply to K. U. Fraxer.
"EOR SALE-TWO CHOICB BCILDINO
-1? lot In Hchnell addition, one southeast
corner Twentv-oerond street and Ninth ave
nue, the othr southeast corner Twenty-third
street and Ninth avenue. Will eell on easy
terms and time to suit buyer. Address T. J.
Hatpin, hat North Mala street, St. Louis. Mo.
U. V. V. ON
Kinder leave at Uordon liowman a.
I OST Hetween Meventh and Thirteenth
J streets on Third avenue, fancy sold link
belt. Please leave at this office and receive
TOST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH ON
i Twelfth street between Ninth and
TenUi avenues. Name. "Winnie.'' Inscribed
in Dees, nnuer wiu auuiiy return to this office,
TOST ON A CAR AT IILACK HAWK
W ateh Tower, a irold daciter blue enam
eled hat pin.
Finder will be rewarded at As
l saw aasktst ares. aa rTIU Mt T
WEDDED AT GALE8BURG.
Han aad Wife.
The marriage of Daniel C. Murphy
and Miss Emma Torticil occurred
yesterday at Galesburg, and was at-
tenaea ny jonn eiaxe, ox tnis city,
Mr. Murphy's business partner. The
Republican-Register of that city
"By a pretty church wedding at 6
o'clock this morning P. C Murphy
and Miss Emma Torticil were united
in marriage. The ceremony oc
curred in Corpus Chriati church, and
was pronounced by Father Costa.
The couple were attended by J. E.
Maley and Miss Kitty Torticil. The
bride's gown was of white silk with
silk mulle overdress, and she ap
peared very charming. The brides
maid was prettily attired in a dress
of figured organdie. It waa a rose
wedding, and these flowers were car
ried by both the ladies of the wed
ding party. The ceremony was very
impressive and pretty. The wed.
din? party were conveyed immed
iattly to the home f the. bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Torticil,
979 Bateman street, where an elegant
wedding breakfast was served. The
preeeata bestowed upon the couple
were many, and comprised some ele
gant ana costly gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy left on the
morning train for Chicago, and will
jonrney eastward from there for
about a week. They will be at home
to their friends at 72 Duffield avenue
after Jnne 22. Mr. Murphy is a
member of the Galesburg Numbing
& Heating company, and since his
ooming to this city has built up a
largo eircie oi acquaintances, by
whom he is held in high esteem.
His bride is well known here, where
most of her life has been spent,
After graduating from Brown busi
ness college a few years ago she se
cured a position as a stenographer in
reoria, ana nas eervea very faith
fully and acceptable."
Mr. Murphy has lived in Rook
Island a number of years and his
friends Here will all extend congrat
ulations ana wisn ior mmseil ana
bride a long and happy life.
Coffee Makes Some
If the new T rays were used to
photograph our own individual liver
and stomach, we might be astonished
and likely frightened, if we had been
guttering from the use of coffee or
tobacco. Coffee has the same poison'
ous alkaloids as strychnine, mor
phine, tobacco and whiskey, and its
aany nse, even in small quantities,
is the direct cause of that
weak, dragging feeling and
the many troubles of stomach,
heart, liver and bowels. Tonics may
paicn one up ior a nine time ana
make one feel a little better. But
what man, with even a little plain
common sense, but sees that the only
way to keep well is to throw over the
habit that causes the tronble. Ten
days' freedom from coffee and ten
days' use of Fostnm Cereal coffee will
produce so radical a change toward
health and strength, that the
facts beoome plain to any
one Don't believe it, but try it
and judge for yourself and then
wonder why you would daily submit
to the old physical discomforts week
in and week out, leading a most un
pleasant existence, when by a very
little attention to the breakfast bev
erage, one could bo transported back
to the bounding health of boyhood.
Postum grain coffee looks like old
Mocha but everyone, children and all,
can drink Postum and digest it with
Khenmatlam Cored la 84 Boon.
T. J. Blackmore, of Haller &
Blackmore, Pittsbnrg, Pa., says: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
of Mystic Cure. It got me out of
the house in 21 hours. , I took to my
bed with rheumatism nine months
ago and the Mystic Cure is the only
medicine that did me anv food. I
had five of the best physicians in the
city, but I received very little relief
from them." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, "druggist. Bock
island; uust Schlegel & Son, 220
est Second street, Davenport.
CascareU Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medioal discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act rentlv and nositivelv
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, enre headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buv and try a box
of C. C. C. today; 10, 25, 60 cents
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
As an honest remedy Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the
earlv stages to effect a enre. Sold
by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas,
CTfaw - asww suiat.CaaC. ww tark. xii.
av J War.
j it- w t i i y
A 3 w sw
JOTTING8 FROM JOSLIN.
Iafwraaattoa or la
the Upper End of the Cooat.
Joslin, June 14. There has been
a large amount of replanting of corn.
wracn is DacJtwara ior tnis time of
jr. u. walker is laid up with a
crippled knee, caused by jumping
ont of a wagon.
ueorge Leslie Is training horses on
the fair ground, and makes hr home
with Ira Wainwright. '' '
There was children's day services
Sunday last at Zuma, Joslin and
Hillsdale, all of which were largely
attended and very interesting!
A consultation Has been held be
tween Drs. Looker and Brnner over
the condition of John Fitzgibbons.
for whose life there does not seem to
be much hope.
Hon. V imam Payne is home again
recuperating from his arduous duties,
and glad to get away from the risk of
life and limb at Springfield.
"Uncle Johnny" bearle, of Henry
county, 93 years of age, who has
been lingering between life and
death for some time, died Thursday
last, and was interred at Cleveland
Mrs. John Mercer, who, with her
husband and family, has resided in
Geneseo of late, and who has friends
and acquaintances on this side of the
river, aiea Saturday last.
A telegram was received at Joslin
Saturday last stating that Mrs.
Emma J. Searle, of Sae county. Iowa,
daughter of F. E. Crompton, died at
3:30 the same day and was interred
The Walker school closed Wednes
day last, and Miss Mamie Dillon has
been engaged to teach another year.
County Superintendent McKeever
prefers the teachers engaged for a
full year rather than for a single
term providing the teacher gives sat-
William Adams, son of David
Adams, who was taken very sick
while at his work at Barstow, died
at his father's residence at 12 o'clock
Wednesday last, the funeral sermon
being preached at the residence by
Rev. Ghon. of the United Brethren
church. Three selected pieces were
sung by the Zuma choir and there
was a large gathering of neighbors
and friends at the funeral, there be
ing 60 conveyances in the' cortege.
21 of which crossed on the ferry to
the Hanna grave yard in Henry
county, wnere tne body was interred.
F. E. Crompton, Jrv John Johnson,
William Cowley, William Filbert,
Shelley Walker and Roland White
side acted as pallbearers, and Un-
aeriaaer wenat bad c barge of the
G. C. Wake left on Wednesday
morning's train, for the purpose of
making a short visit to Mr. Sover
hill, an old acquaintance in TiskUwa.
He returned Fridav evening last, and
during his stay visited a cheese
factory in that vicinity. He ascer
tained that farmers who take their
milk to the cheese factory are getting
03 cents per nunarea ior tneir milk.
wmie tne farmers who take their
milk to the creameries are only get.
ting 30 cents per (hundred, and Mr
Wake says he is completely disgusted
witn tne wnoie business. But Mr.
Wake and everybody else should
know that the creameries have not so
mueh to do with and cannot be cen
sured entirely for the farmer get
ting so little for his milk; the chief
cause Is the glutting of the market
witn ontterine and oleomargarine.
which are substituted for butter,
and it is that that is mining the
dairy ousiness oi tne country,
- TBI COTJMTT TEMPLE.
June 14 Cecelia Irwin to Moline
Plow company, lot 4, block 17, old
town of Moline, $9,000.
15 Milo K. Wheeler to W. B.
Sammel, lots 22 and 23, block 2,
White's add., Moline Heights, 15,000.
Lleenaed to Wed.
Joseph E, Assy
Miss llertha L. Johnson
Merritt A. Nelswcnder....,
Mist Minnie A . Bollinger .
Sick stomach means sick
Why not be well ?
dick stomacn comes irom poor
iooo, poor nourisnment; means poor
neaitn, poor eomiort. soaker Uiges.
tive Cordial means health and a well
If we could examine eur stomach
we would understand whv it is that
so little will put it out of order.
cut, unless we are doctors, we
never -see our stomach. We enly
ieei it. we wouia xeei it less u we
took Shaker Digestive Cordial.
Shaker Digestive Cordial makes
your stomach digest all the nourish
ing food you eat, relieves al! the
symptoms of indigestion, acts as
tonic and soon makes you well and
xne more you take, tne less you
ieei oi your stomacn.
At druggists. Trial bottle 10
w hen you are suffering from Ca
tarrh or Cold in the head yon want
relief right away. Only 10 cents is
required to test it. Ask your drug
gist ior tne trial size oi t.iy s uream
Balm, or buy the 50-oent size. We
mad it. ELY BROS..
&6 Warren Street N. Y. City.
I was afflicted with catarrh last
autumn. During the month of Oct
ober I could neither taste nor smell
and could hear but little. Ely's
Cream Balm cured it Marcus
George Shauts, Bah way, N. J.
CascareU stimulate liver, kidney,
and bowels Haver sicken, weaken
THE TEACHER3 AT STUDY.
Before the Ooaaty
Despite the excessive heat, the at
tendance at the Bock Island county
teachers' institute continues large.
The lessons axe listened to with
great interest. At the morning ses
sion there was instruction in school
management and reading and litera-
phraseology ,oy Prof. Wuitwam; and
ingeograpny, by rroi. siausson. ine
exercises yesterday afternoon con
sisted of lessons in civics and phys
iology, by Prof. Whitwam; arithme
tic by Proc. Slausson, grammar by
Prof. Tompkins; and drawing by
George Darin, assistant superin
tendent of Henry county, visited the
Tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 Prof.
Tompkins will give a lecture on lit
erature before the institute. The
public is invited to attend the lec
ture, which promises to be a treat.
Miss Satterthwaite, of Moline,
spoke before the institute on elocu
tion this forenoon.
Those from Bock Island connly
thus far enrolled at the institute are:
Selma C. Andersen, Julia M. Ander
son, Katharine Brennan, Grace Brom
ley, Essie Barch, Alice J. Barr,
fcmmi Battles. Esther Berglund.
Lincoln Barton. Blanche Barnhart,
Bertha E. Bowman, Colgrove Bur
ton, Nellie Benell, Mina G. Bowen,
Anna Bailey, Mamie Brennan, Anna
T. Bromley, Mae Cutter. W. J. Ccx,
Sadie Carnaghan, Agnes Carpenter,
L. M. Cepp, Lucy H. Coyne, Mabel
Clendenln, Emma Cooper, Julia
Channon. Lucy Dunbar, Martha
Dunn, Grace Donahev, Cora Dillon,
Edith Davis, Abbie Dean, Emilie De
Santo, Florence Donahey, Ella Do vie.
Hattie M. Dan by, C. Ehrhorn, Bridie
fegan, J. t. Kge, Emma Engbloom
Lucy D. Daly, Jessie Frick, Lilla
Fulsinger. S. J. Ferguson, Emily
freeman, I. terguson, fcliea s,
Freed, Mary C. Freeman, Mabel
George, Mamie Grandln, Amy A.
Gilbert, Martha Hill, W. N. Halsev.
Ella M. Harris. M. J. Holland. L. E
Hunt. Lulu Harris, Dora Hartz, Bos-
ooe C. Irwin, Sadie Kranz, Ida Holl-
man, Flora Kerns, Anna C. Kru&e,
Charlotte Kenworthy, Hannah Kni-
oerg, tsteiie Long, 1. W. Lundy,
Mary Larson, Ida Lysell, Katharine
McDonald, Blanche McKeever. D. W.
Matthews, Adda Ellen Mnse, William
Mardis, O. J. Muse, Emma Melin,
Mary E. Moore, Annie Montgomery,
tmmt nieaon, sadie Maimoerg, Mary
H. Murphy, Anna Neely, Edith
Noftsker, Birdie Osborne, Frances
Oswald, Christine Palmquist, Mary
renny, niary rrait. Lot tie Kevno;as,
Kandeline Requa, Ella Ramp, Fried.
arica btruss, ftredica Hchaler, J.
Schillinger, H. M. Slauson, Clark II,
Smith, Emma Shellman, M. E. Swan-
son, Lulu B. Suman, Emma Schafer,
viola Severance, Augusta Snell,
Minnie Stevens, Anna Sober, Mary
u. sionenoerg, iuta xnompson.
margarei xyier, &tnei lyier, K. M
vanarun, veiva Van Dolan, Jennie
Wilcox, Grace Wheelock, Idessa
Wakefield. Mande White, Fannie B,
Weed, Leona Wylie, Guy Wheaton,
Otilia Wistrand. Bertha Williams,
Leonora vv itherspoon. Ojcic J. Wil
son, Anna Wright, Magrvi Walton.
Sadie Yeung, Harriet Je; kins, Nettie
R. Roberts, Dela Stone, Kate Green
wood, Bertha Stelck, Frances Mai
lette. Mary Watt, Sarah Corwall. H,
W. Buckle. Alia Foster. Lillian Cox,
Margaret V. AlediU. Faye Woodward,
Lawrence Crawford, Charles Spick-
ler, aaeiine uaugbey, Clara M
Johnson, Maggie Repine. Mrs. Etta
Wakefield, Sara Montgomery, Martha
Uuesing, Minnie Frederick, Letitia
bray Cozad, Maud Wynes, Maggie
u uonneii, i.iia U Uonnell, K. G
Young, A. H. Foster, Clara E. Plum
mer, Helen Pryce. Fanny Pryce,
Minnie Kroeger, Mary L. Carter,
Adda Ayres, Mrs. C. L. . Eastman,
Maude Crompton, Jennie Dickmaa,
Lille Workman, Nellie Kellerstrass,
Clara Freeman, Ella Graham, Harriet
Wenberg, Minnie . Briridle, Mabel
Johnson, Jennie A. Johnston, Claudia
Johnson, Rose Leipold. Robert Mil
ler, Eugenia Johnson. Lillian Fitz-
patrick, Emma Electa Halley, Grace
ceppers, mary a. Ayreil, M. l. wait,
Luena uutnmaker, Flora Re
pine, . Lilly C. Bromley. Liz
zie Crawford, Bertha Bassett,
Clara Bedeker. Mae McKl
herne. Nettie Millett, Mary Hogan,
Emma Henderson, Este Buffum,
Mary C. Kistler, Ellen B. Fhilp,
Christina Mehrley, Harriet E. Hen
derson, Grace Fitzpatrick, Ida Hil
lier, Isabel McConochie, Mary B.
Edelman, Annie Kirkpatrick. Emma
Churchill, Nora Schafer, Elizabeth
Stelck, Minnie Martin. Grace Lee,
Adelia Leonard, Elizabeth Kennedy,
Marie Schindler, Susie Lee. Sara
Hillier, Emily Stromberg, Ella
Bailey. Eva Stoddard, Natalie Mir
field. Mary Chadwick, Frances Merk,
Hattie O. Moore, Sarah Johnston,
Clara Magruson, Dara E. Newton,
Minnie Quayle, Margaret Stewart,
May Blaading. Mary Mills. Marilla
L. Healey,.Viyinia Ray, H. M. Rey
nolds, Mary Lannan, Sarah Lawson,
Eleanor Wickstrom, Elizabeth J.
Weed. Mary Fitzgibbon. May O.
Young, Anna Bennett, Hattie Par
ker, Mary Edgington. Sue Donald
son, Louis E. Cosad. Jennie Hull. L.
H. Reynolds. Ruth M. Lutz, O. S.
Additon, Nannie Sullivan, Adda
Bowes. Lillian Bowes, Cassia Elliott,
Ella White, Eva Naylor, Carrie Bay
lor, Mamie Naylor, Mary Gilpin, G.
R-Housel. 3 r
From abroad: Janet Cook, Orion;
Alma K. Wilson. Sherrard; Jessie
Jordan and Thearle Jordan. Daven
port; Mary a Rolfs, Le Claire, lewa.
HI AMOVm daliTwnrl arwarv
OVERCOME BY THE HEAT.
Francis Toncev. a aero-eaat at Ron
Island arsenal, was overcome by the
heat this morning.
tie was taken to the arsenal hospi
tal. Dr. 6. G. Rrie. vvhn attanriad
htm. aava fSsnreant Thm ta tm m
rather preearione condition, but he
nas nupoa ior nis recovery.
Cordova, June Mrs! Nettie
Hnginun spent Friday and Saturday
oi last went at nice island.
Born, Jnne IS, to Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Fuller, a boy.
Miss Nellie Sallowa is attending
the Fulton summer school.
Mrs. A. S. Marshall returned to
her home at Chicago Monday.
Miss Altha Case left Monday for
Chicago, where ahe will viait triends.
P. Y. Comstock, of Chicago, spent
Sunday with old friends at this
j. r. tge
attending the teach-
at Rock Island this
arrived at Mr.
and Mrs. G.
Mrs. Jerome Woodin, of Rock
Island, is visiting H. C Filler and
Miss Luia bmttn, oi umcago, ta
sgending a few weeks with relatives
and friends here.
O. A. Peterson and family, of Mi
lan, visited with Mr. and Mr a. R. M.
Johnston last week.
Mesdames William McBrido. Ad-
die Berrien and J. 811 by were the
guests of Mrs. H. Huginun last week.
limotny buwright went to napids
City Saturday to attend the funeral
of Daniel Flynn, who died Thuraday
at nis nome in Rock island.
The strawberry social given by the
Royal Neighbors Saturday evening
at the residence of W. R. Freek was
both a social and financial success.
When I was rector of Bt Margaret's,
Westminster, Matthew Arnold was in-
Fpector of my itatlouul schools. It' was
alwuys delightful to see and hear bim
as ho examined tho littlo children
many of thew aiuoug tire poorest of the
poor in grammar or arithmetic, or
looked critically at the work done by
the little Amies and Mury Janes of tho
back streets. lie manifested atrue dig
nits by the uncomplaining faithfulness
and regularity with which -for many
long years be discharged the compara
tively bum bio rontiuo duties of an in
spector, which must have often seeiaed
very uncongenial -and from which bo
ought to have been exempted-by promo
tion or some form of national gratitude.
He used sometimes to say at Catherines
where be was received with the loudest
applause, "Gentlemen, you see before
you a humble inspector of schools."
Dean Forrar in Temple Magazine.
8omethlns; to Depead Om.
James Jones, of the drng firm of
Jones & Son, Cowden, 111., in speak,
ing of Dr. King's New Discovery,
says that last winter his wife was at
tacked with la grippe, and her ease
grew so serious that physicians at
Cowden and Pana could do nothing
for her. It seemed to develop into
nasty consumption. Having Dr.
King's New Discovery in store, and
selling lots ef it, he took a bottle
home, and to the surprise of all she
began to get better from the first
dose, and a half dozen dollar bottles
cuted her sound and well. - Dr.
King's New Discovery for eonsimn-
. T 1 . , , . .
nun, vuugus anu coias, is guaranteed
to ao tnis good work. Try It. Free
trial bottles at Harts & Ullemeyer's
Subscribe for Thb Aorus.
W. H. PALMER,
"Saved From the Horrors ef Nervous Pros
tration" by Dr. Miles' Horvine.
VUVGH does not always indicate
- consumption. Mr. W. li. Palmer, of
Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I was taken
with a nervous stricture of the bronchial
tabes, which developed into nervous pros
tration, I was so weak I could not alt op. I
got no sleep for days except when under the
influence of opiates. For four months I suf
fered agonies and prayed that I might die
J!1". I and be at rest. One
ivVOr.-X PhTslc, said I had
consumption, T(w I had
a couch that rave mte
do tost. But a yond
old physician whose
medicine bad failed,
advised me to nse Dr.
Nervine and I thank God that it baa bright
ened my days, lengthened my life and saved
me from the horrors of nervous prostraUo.
Or. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug
gists under a positive guarantee, fnt bottle
benefit or money refunded. Book oa Heats
and Nerves sent free to all applicants.
DB. MUSS MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, las.
V Oestdrs) J
Us ore r before you buy.
We will sell you
ALL THIS WEEK.
7. S. IIOLBROOK,
105-107 E. 2 St., DAVEXPOKT
Shoes for Summer
Arc to be had in all styles at Wright
. & Barber's.
Fine Fitting, Wear Resisting
Stylish goods that never fall to please
are our leaders. Prices always as low
as our competitors for like values in
(f ' ' -.. ' ' '-A'zi ,lt every large 5
OR A Sp:d containing
20 yards of the best sew
ing silk with every small size
cake White Cloud Floating
Soap. The cost of this sdooii
ana spool oi si ik comes out of oiroirui co.
our pocket entirely it's one of our ways of advertis
ing. We Want vou to rrt arnnaintd with the u. hihr
floating soap on the market. If your grocer can not
supply you, send us his address. j
MADE OMIT BY J AO. S. KlRK & CO., CHiC.GO. I
THE LARnKT VAP MAViirarniurpc im tut. u.-rMn rcv.cimian A
A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING
Thar ais laavst, i
For sale by A. J. Eeiss, Drmfist,
SIEVERQ & ANDERBON.
CONTRACTORS akd BUILDERS.
AH kiass or
OFFICE AND SHOP
iOBM M. FAKTDOK.
Paintera and Decorators
Shop 419 Seventeenth street.
3f?0 per nrr
Furniture at cost.
aaas awasa tellsMa. BMatktv, iswalattac saesfcwae. rV.lv haratla
taa para drags sai ate ae aaas. if jswwaattha bwM,t
rase IV TW raawlie (Dr. Fas1! wevar -'ias
Bock Island. UL
Oeawral JofcMt oVase aw abort aotka
at aslaa'srlina fssiswlsi t
731 TWELFTU STBCET.
Bmr a. FAKiooa
on a coo
or gripe; 10 eemta.
lag at your door M 10 week.