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THE ARB UP, THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 21, lC37o
ri Walter Baker & Co 's &
"Hii J ft ft
A ( Established
Absolutely Pur': Delicious N utrkious.
Costs Less than One Cent a Cup.
Be sere that yew get the
genuine article, made at
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. A
When You Put Up That Stove
You'll want a new part, a grate, lining, leg or lid,
perhaps. Bring us the old casting and we'll make a
new one at about half the cost in Chicago or elsewhere.
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Makers of Fine Light Gray Iron Castings, Patterns, Models, eto.
PHONE 1S56. NOS. 628, 530, 632 TWENTY-FOURTH STREET
ANTED A GIRT, FOR (iENERAL
housework. Ml Sixteenth street.
ANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply at Akucs
WANTED-A DININO ROOM C.IRL AT
the Delmooloo restaurant, IW7 second
WANTED MAN TO TAKE HALF IN
teret In good paying business. Ad
drera X. Aaocs.
WANTF.D-A COMPETENT ilIKI., GER:
nan preferred; refcrenoes required
H9 Nineteenth street.
" IT ANTED AT ONCE-MEN TO WORK ON
v 1'atiurwin Ilran. Kovvrnment works near
r'alrport, Iowa. Wae fl.75 per day.
"WANTED-CHIMNEYS TO SWEEP BY
TV Ihlcngo IliU. the sweeper. Can be
found at li 7 Second avenue, or telephone
WA NTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
clean and light storage rooms, with ele
vator at l:s eond .avenue. Johnny Jones.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monda, wetobee, Jewelry, hardware,
musical Inetrumcata, bloyolea. elothlng, dry
goods, furniture, eto. Highest eash prices
fcald for seoond band goods of aU kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. A U bainese;traiiseetlona strlotly
ronltdentlel. His new number and location,
I'l rioennd Avenue, rton't forget la. i. W.
Jones. Two rlntrs on 1317.
FIVE ROOM FLAT ON
Call at M. A 1C
1KK RENT IIOt'SE ON FORTY-THIRD
straet. Inquire of '. M. blnuet, VOb
IfOH KENT NICELY Ft'RNISHED FRONT
mom. oo'car of Third avenito and Tb r
toenth street. No. 2J0.
14OR RENT-TWO NICELY FCRNISHED
rimm with board in private family. In
quire at 7-7 Twentiatb street.
1XJR RENT FOtTR ROOM FLA TON TWIN.
. tietb street; 110 per month. Apply to K
U. BUSard, Masonlo Temple block.
iXR KENT AN ROOM HOfSE ON
Twelfth street. Modern Convenlenoen.
Apply E. D. llolaom, 1IJX Fourth avenue.
I.X)R RENT ROOM HOUSE ON 8EV
eth avenue and Tenth atreev, Newly pa
rred and painted. Apply to Ueorge F. Kola,
"LX)K RENT A CARPETED OFFICE ROOM
J no Heeord avenue and Klirhteenth reel.
1 leetrln lUht. steam beat, reasonable reut,
Apply to Herman Detjeus.
WO" SALE-TWO HOTELS. GORDON
LXft SALE-cnEAP A HEAVY DRAFT
AT honw at t TSh-eler & Cos.
IW HALR-A GOOD (jriET FAMILY
A borne for fce. A. Raouer. Moline.
IiUlR SALVIA PAKERY IN (iOOn LOCA
tlon end good mtiirc. and good running
order. Imiulre at Arttua orr.co
TjHlR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
X. of NO hiMhels or over at to M per ton, de
livered O. i l. to any partof the oily. Leave
order at Commercial bouse barber abop. Kook
TOR BALE OR EXCHANGE A GOOD
A paying bakery business at 1 109 Third ave
nue. Owner wishes to engage In other busi
ness. Will tske real eetate In ezehaage. Call
at above number for particulars.
A 7Yi Clairvoyant.
I APY 8W.ENA. THE FAIR CASTONNIE
The eminent, true, business clairvoyant
an.1 medium, gives the names, dates acd facta,
anil te'.H you every hope, fear and wub of
Jour life, and reveal the present, pan and
future with wonderful accuracy. She has no
rard huabug. your life being to her as an open
k. Call and be convinced of her wonder
ful power. The only clairvoyant tn the world
who will give you written guarantee to re
unite friend. cau speedy marriage with the
I'D a you love, break the evil Influence, give
you k-ood ! irk and restore the loot and stolen
, artio.es, no., la 0 davs or return you your
money. Hours. to . tee, W cents. Consul
tation bv mall with stamp. Parlors, lx; Sec
MILAN WEDDING BELLS.
Marriage of B. B. Glrton sad Miss Jennie
The marriage of B. B. Girton and
Miss Jennie K. Matthews took place
at high noon today at the home ol
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Matthews, in Milan. Only
relatives and intimate friends of the
contracting parties were present.
Bev. W. 11. Beherd, of the Presby
terian chnroh, officiated. After the
ceremony a wedding breakfast was
served by the bride's mother.
The happy couple received many
handsome presents, and left on the 2
o'clock train for Peoria. They will
be home next week and oconpy the
cozy cottage lately erected by Wil
liam Dixon on Dixon street.
The groom is the only eon of Mr.
and Mrs. Boyd Girton, and is well
known in Milan. He has been em
ployed for five years at G. B. Sny
der's 6tore. The brido is the eldest
dsbghter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Matthews, and a pleasant and esti
mable lady. She graduated from
the High school of Milan in 1891.
8he taught school three terms at
Ginger Hill and one term on Big isl
and. All will unite in wishing the
oouple a happy life.
The families of C. A. Stromberg,
1S03 Seventh avenne. and Mrs. Beck
strom, 407 Ninth street, Moline, are
very much worried over the sudden
disappearance of their daughters,
Miss Esther Stromberg and Miss Ly
dla Bookstrom, who left their homes
Sunday afternoon and have not since
returned. Both are about 15 years
old. Neither have they been seen or
heard oL and their motives for going
away are puzzling to their parents
Lonls L. Beeves, employed as
switchman for the Book Island &
Peoria railway, while at work last
evening, was caught between an en
gine and a box car. His left leg was
badly crushed just above the knee
and he was bruised about the body.
He was taken to his home, 1016
Third avenue, in the ambulance.
Dr. C. C. Carter attended him. His
injuries are not of a serious nature,
bat will lay him up for somo time.
Officer Ryan is off duty suffering
from throat trouble.
Joseph Grant, a drnnk, was taken
in last night by Officer Hanna.
Phil Mitchell's bicycle was stolen
about 10 o'clock this morning. Mr.
Mitoholl had loft it outside the bank on
West Seventeenth street. The wheel
was of the "B. B." make.
Most All Dracclsta
sell you what you ask for. Some few
will ask you to take something which
they claim is jnst as good." A lit
tle more profit indnces them to do
this. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is
the best cough, cold and grip cure.
After you try it once you will like it
too well to accept any substitute.
Rich and Door blood alike suffer
the tortures that come with that
terrible plague, Itchiog Pile; rich
bdu poor aiiKe nna instant reiiei ana
permanent cure in uoan'8 umtmenv.
Tour dealer keeps it- For sale by
m I la a 'v "
ainreaau x risner.
Have you Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Spots, Aches, old Sores. Ulcers In
Month. Ualr-Falllng? Write Cook Rbmxdy
Co., P20 Masonlo Temple, Chloafco, III., for
proofs of eures; capital. $500,000. Worst
rase rared In 15 to 55 days. 100-page
au abqcs delivered every vv
tag jcur aoor tuo west.
The Rifle with the Solid Top
! J MODEL 1893 EEPEaTER
fk Is made in the following
calibres: 26-36 smokeless.
S0-S9 smokeless, and also
for the good old reliable
32-10 and S8-65 cartridges.
This rifle has barrel and
action of SPECIAL SMOKE
LESS STEEL. It is the
best hunting aim made.
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.,
I NEW HAVEN. CONN.
ON A 8ERIOU8 CHARGE.
Anthway Ftxatls ArrwstecT. Aeewawd by
Sirs. TUIta Frorltger.
Anthony Fixaria, a private at Bock
Island arsenal, waa arrested last
night by Officer MoCarthv on a war
rant issued by Police 'Magistrate
Stafford Oct. 18, on complaint of
Mrs. Tillie Froeliger, of this city.
airs, troeiiger accuses lxans of
being the parent of her child, born
Oct. 1. He denies that he is legiti
xne case came np for a heanntr be
fore Magistrate Stafford today, but
was continued until Saturday at a.
m. tors, t roeuger is a widow and
has three children. She resides on
Fifth avenue between Twentv-sikth
and Twenty-seventh streets.
AN UNFADING BLACK.
Three S peels 1 Diamond lye Blseks That
Wl'l Not If mar. Crook or Wash Oat.
No other dyes equal the fast Dia
mond Dye Blacks in making colors
that will not fade or grow dingy.
There are three different kinds, for
wool, for eotton and mixed goods,
and for silk and feathers, and goods
dyed with the dyes can be washed in
soapsuds without starting the colors.
They will make dresses, cloaks, suits,
ribbons, feathers, stockings, etc, a
ricn, lull black tuat cannot be dis
tinguished from new goods. Do not
allow any dealer to force upon you
an imitation of Diamond Dyes, sim
ply because he can make a little
more oa it than he can on the origi
nal Diamond Dyes.
"L'atl. Tom's Cabin "
The production of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" at the Casino last night, says
an exenange, was on a scale of mag
nificence never before witnessed in
The Davis Bros, company gives a
most powerful and intelligent inter
pretation of this touching master
piece of dramatio fiction. Every one
attending was highly pleased, laugh,
ing with the diabolical exoellent
Topsy, and crying with beautiful,
pure, sweet little Lva with one ac
cord. The scenery used by this
company is simply grand, and the
use of the calcium light lends an en
chanting wierdness to its beauty.
xne steam Doat race was an ex.
tremely clever piece of stage realism
mat astonished even old theatre-goers.
Taken altogether, we pro.
nounce this the best 'Uncle Tom"
we have ever seen, and much more
worthy its audience than the wishy
washy nonsense given us under the
names of society drama with impos
sible heroines and ridiculous heroes.
The Davis Bros', colossal spectac
ular Uncle Tom's Cabin company
will appear at Harper's theatre Sat
urday, matinee and night.
May Change Judges.
The continuance of the Behrens
trial in the circuit court at Daven
port this week depends upon the se
curing of the consent of Judge Wa
terman to preside over the remain
dor of the trial, or at least to oocapy
me oenon until juoge tionse is again
able to be in attendance. The latter
directed the clerk of the eourt to
notify the interested attorneys that
he would be unable to preside, and
that unless they oould agree upon
and secure the consent of another
judge to try the case, eourt would
stand adjourned until next Monday.
By that time it is hoped that Judge
House will be well again. The at
torneys practically agreed that if
judge waterman would take the
bench they would proceed with the
trial at onco. and avoid the dangers
of a delay that might ultimately re
sult in tho necessity of retrying the
Has Kotirrly Disappeared.
"My wife was afflicted with intense
itching, although no pimples or
eruptions appeared on her skin. The
disease baliled all efforts to cure
until we began the use of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. When she had taken
this medicine a short time the trou
ble entirely disappeared." J. M.
Wymao, 733 Van Buren street, Chi
Hood's Pills are the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easr
and yet efficient.
To Bseelve the Chief.
Members of Buford Post and Sons
of Veterans and ail old soldiers are
cordially invited to attend a recep
tion on 'Saturday evening, Oct. 23.
at 7:30 in Memorial hall in honor of
Gen. E. L. Street, commander-in-chief
of the Unnion Veteran's onion.
A fine musical ond literary program
will be rendered, short speeches will
be made and a good talk from the
general. Admission free.
By order of
E. M. Wilcox, Colonel,
B. M. Ells, Adjutant.
Ltrawssd ts Wea.
Charles E. HoUinshead Denrock. 10.
Miss Jennie llaakey Dearook. IU.
Merger Johnson Moline
Miss Mathilda cgstrom Moline
Hollv Hall Tnlntfo 111
MiasMtbel Pedifer leaver port
Joseph Counley Coal Vailey
Miss Mary li. .N ltz Coal Valley
R B. Girton Milan
Miss Jennie K. Matthews Miles
Louis Clsscn Moline
Miss Hannah Rodsedt Molina
It May Kava Sour life.
A dose or two of Foley's Honey
and Tar will prevent an attack of
pneumonia, grip or severe cold If
taken in time. Cures coughs, colds,
croup, LaGrippe, hoarseness, diffi
cult breathing, whooping cough, in
cipient consumption, asthma or
bronchitis. Gives positive relief in
advanced stages of consumption,
asthma or bronchitis. Guaranteed,
lor sale by T- H. Thomas.
SubBcrijTB for Thi Abgcs.
A8 TO THE ANDALU8IAN8.
The Daily dotage em to the T.Uage Dm
Andalusia. Oct. 20. S. B. Ken
worthy, of Book Island, was doing
business in our village two days last
Supervisor H. J. Gripp and lady,
of Moline, were here last Sunday.
Oar aohools, under the manage,
ment of Mr. Banner and Miss Kruse,
are well patronized, and all patrons
seem satisfied with the work that is
U. P. Byron, of Muscatine was
here Monday buying applea from
some of oar farmer. He pays $1.20
per barrel and takes all varieties of
good sound apples.
While Mr. Ferguson, of near Ham
let, was loading lumber Tuesday his
horses started, and before they conld
ba stopped ran into a wire fence and
injured both horses quite badly.
Mrs. James Westbay, of Chicago,
is visiting friends and relatives here.
It is just probable that they may come
back here to reside. We always have
plenty of room for such families.
-Barney" Steckman, the ship
builder, is fixing up the shanty boat
formerly owned by Spickler A Brit
ton, but which has been sold to four
yoang men of Aledo, who intend to
start for the south about Nov. 1.
The village hall is nosxing com
pletion and bids fair to be oie of the
finest in this section. By somo it is
thought advisable to ask the town
ship to assume one-half of the cost,
and own the building jointly with
Our lumber yard is one of the bus
iiet places in the valley. Three
crewa are kept constantly at work.
They then have trouble keeping
things in shape for the trade, which
Mr. Buffum says is the best he ever
had. He will get anathor large in
voice of lumber yet this year.
The races at Hell's traok last Wed
nesday and Thursday were well pat
ronized. The sport was good. Dave
Bichardson and Charles Bobbins had
a collision and for a while it looked as
though Dave would be hurt, as his
cart was broken and his horse thrown
down, but like all bis other mishaps
with horses he came out en top and
was soon ready to start again. At
he races we met an old time Anda
lusia boy, Clifford Bobbins, now of
Karney county, Neb. Clifford looks
well and reports that he has done
fairly well, having raised 2,600 bush
els of wheat this year for wbioh he
received 65 cents a bushel. He has
purchased a fruit farm in California
and intends to move there In the
thi eotjirrv tehflis.
Oct. 20 John Hussey to Gilmore
Hobart, lots 1 and 3, biook 8, Anda
Frank H. Kelly to Simon Droit, lot
9, block 1, Highland Park add., Book
Simeon E. Boberts to Charles E.
Smith and Franklin O. Coulter, tract
by metes and bounds, nej 27, 17. 4w,
Jaoob Bleuer to John D. Beccher,
lot 9. block 3, Barth & Baboock's
add.. Bock Island, $600.
Hans A. Lage to Theodore Tietgen,
lot 2, block 2, Moore's First add.,
J. Lee Wells to Helen B. Bodolaon,
nl2 feet lot 12, G. W. Bell's add.,
Israel Sjostrom to Catherine
Schave and William Sohave, se, scj
28, 17, 2w, $2,900.
A Valuable Pteseription.
Editor Morrison, of th Worthinrr.
ton, Ind., Sun, writes: "You have a
valuable prescription in Electrio
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it ior constipation and sick
headache, and as a general svstem
tonio it has no eaual." Mrs. Annie
Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grova avennr.
Chioago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, had a back
ache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but six bottles of
Electrio Bitters restored her health
and renewed hep strength. Price 50
cents and $1. Get a bottle at Harts
at Ullcmeyer's drug store.
Try Allen's Foot-Kaer.
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen and hot, and get tired eas
ily. If you have smarting foet or
tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It cools the feet and makes walking
easy. Cares and prevents swoolen
and sweating feet, blisters an ' cal
lous spots. Believes corns ant, bun
ions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages Free. Ad.
dress Allen S Olmsted, I.e Boy,
N. T. '
It Hita tat aims.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lucga feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when the soreness will be at once re
lieved, a warm grateful fooling and
healing of the parts affected will be
experienced and yoa will say: It
feels so good. It hits the spot." It
is guaranteed. For is by T. H.
B cycle riders, foot hall players
and athletes, generally. Cod a sover
eign remedy for the sprains and
bruises and cuts to which they are
eon stan tly liable, in Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio OIL For sale by Marshall
Wnaa billons or mittu mm., m ru.
earet, casdy cathartic, cure guarat
I SK. ill WBU. 1,1 mots
THE INDUSTRIAL FAIR.
Lad Us Free Ktftht Frrrrss a PeawhW Van
tan. The attendance at the Industrial
fair was unusually large last night.
The idea of extending a general Invi
tation to the ladles to attend tree
gratia proved a popular feature.
The lady folks were present in great
numbers. A fine musical program
was given by Bleuer's orchestra,
while the Columbia maanercholr
rendered several songs, whioh were
The program arranged for this
evening consists of songs by Mrs.
Minnie Benson-Barker, Mise Lucy
Coyne and the H. O. quartet, and in
strumental numbers by Bleuer's or
chestra. Tomorrow night will be Woodmen
night. Maj. C. W. Hawes. head
clerk of the order, has consented to
make an address.
Every one connected with the fair
is earnestly at work to the end that
it shall be a success in all rospects.
The ladies' auxiliary of the Machin
ists' anion is taking an active and
prominent part and is conducting
two attractive bootns.
Odd Fel tows' Kleetten.
In the Iowa grand lodge I.O. O. F,
at Davenport yesterday the follow
ing otnoers were selected:
Grand Master J. C. Boons, Bar
Deputy Master II. E. Hibben,
Grand Warden J. J. Molntire,
Grand Secretary William Musson,
Grand Treasurer A. J. Morrison,
Grand Beprcsentative J. W. Bu
The grand encampment, member
ship in which is limited to past offi
cers oi suoordinaie lodges, eleeted
tne iouowing c m cere:
Grand Patriaroh James Schroed
Grand High Priest John T. Tem
Grand Senior Warden M. P
Grand Junior Warden N.S. John
Grand Scribe William Musson,
Grand Treasurer J. Norwood
Clark, Iowa City.
Terrible Defleseacry wf Wheat AVI
Aaserlen to Napplr the Wosld.
Lata advices from Washington, teced oa re
ports of government experts, rrrort that the
shortage in the world's wheat crop will reach
the starvation figure of 112.000,080 barbels. Amer
ica is relied npoa to supply tbe deficiency eat of
oar grand product ef 46O,0CO,O0O. This deadeney
can, with the aid of the rye and Cora crop, be
made np, but who conld sapply to the sick and
debilitated a deficiency of Hosteler's Stoaucb
Bitten. Then is happily always a supply of
that promptly helpful Kedleine adequate to the
relief of tbe dyspeptic the constipated, the bil
lons and ths rheums us. it will, wlthoat later'
rnptlon. continue to build np the weak, to pro
tect the denizens of malsrisl scourged local Itks
from chills and fever end kindred disorders, and
to counteract s tendency to torpidity of ths hid.
m-ys and bladder, which, if disregarded. Is
speedily subrersive of their organic health. Not
only dues it renew digestion, but also appetite
Don's, Tsbnses Bpft as
If yon want to quit tobaeeo using
easily ana forever, oa made well.
strong, magnetic, full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bae, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounda in ten days.
Over 400,000 oured. Bay No-To-Bae
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addrea Sterling
nomeay company, uuoago or New
Meswr Bay Ota.
Many desperate cases of kidney
diseases pronounced incurable have
been oared by roley'e Kidney Care.
Many physicians U6e it. For sale by
T. H. Thomas.
1 MILLIHERY 1
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ALWAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT
ALWAYS LOW K PRICE
322 W. SECOND ST..
oil cloth Hugs
Havini C3t;!st ti Entire Stock of C3
VI. ft. tlladswortli oj 6o.
At a great bargain we will sell these goods at oost
the coming week. We bare a very fine assortment
of patterns In all the widths, and oil cloth rags In
ail sixes and all the new colore. Oil eloth binding
in brats and nine at very low prices for this week.
-DON'T MISS THIS OPrORTUNITY-
100 J W. S. HOLBROOK.rjoo
X08, 105, 107 E. Second 8L
TThen la DomVt. Crasmlt tae Best.
Health is Life's Greatest Luxury.
Oar Electric Machine
the treatment of Heron
IT TOTJ WAJTT
Dr. J. E. Walsh.
Lets of Cblein, Savewarly
Sorgixw-ta Calef ef Mt
Antbotiy w HoepluU.
Mi's Grcit.st ::J L':st S.:csssfil S;::l:list
In Chronic. Hutous. Private snd Ssrglcal Ptewaasa ef Both Bexsm.
Consultation Free. Prompt and Permanent Cures
CATABBH Bronchitis. Asthma, Early Consumption. Bhenmatlsm, Sen.
raJjrla, Dyrpepsla, Berornia, Syphilis sad all Mood, lrrar snd kidney diseases.
WOMEN Suffering from diseaaee of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys,
nervous sxhsostlon, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia or ear disease peraHar te the earn,
shoald call on the great soecisUat and aut aa opinion ea their case frae of clterre,
BLECTRICITT Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, eshmstivo
drains, night losses, defective memory, threasencd Insanity, tats of will Bower, aaanaal de
lusion, sleeplessness, etc.
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
ssotrUtswiUrtnerssrhenwernarmtsWrenap by eas natiiluaj
THE PRAISES WE HAVE BECEIVED For oar remarkable skill In curing
esses given np ss bonders by all, ka. compelled as lo km UiU wieece ta order te rive ths ps
ple, ss well se the ntedlosl profession, the bea.St of our knowledaw of aaedl'-lns and er In
imitable skill la the art of surgery. Remeaaber soar testily nhystrtea U always weleusse Sa
see ns operate. We are willing to spread unr hnnwiedge and ebow our skill, arid ws fuel
justly proud of the sally eongrstalaissns w reserve frost the medleal prn'raetoa for the se
vancsd medical and surgical litaratnre we have wrist. OMLTCl'USBLa CASBSTaB kff.
Beet of refeiwoses snd credential. If von cannot call, wnta. Hundreds eared b avail.
Honrs S to U, to S. T In S ; awadaya, U M to I M.
CHICAGO liXDICaUimSTITirTE "iZX-VZ
Incorporated Under tlte
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
Five! Per Cent Paid on Dwpoelta.
Money Loaned on Pereonnl CoHateral or BeaCKaUte Becmrlty.
J H Buford, President.
dean onnanga. vies n
T arscMwaTL. Oasslst,
Bgaa bnsTBsas Jury a. issO. end eerpyfAe
1 1 inns s
S.B. eat. Mitchell a I
n a (labia.
Jons i i linage.
H P Bull.
And when It show
signs of irregularity
take It to
Uallman, tha Jjudz
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
1$0S Second Ave
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1$0$ THIRD AYZSUI
EcCoy's New Ecropesn Hotel
OS. CUM Ml n tout STS.
ae kferfe freea . SC. a. A T. Statd
laS.li g. . Mallraad drpws.
Imrrovfmffrtt costing f7S,Ofki.otj titve
ut hrca completed, and the feoute tvrw
Am every cotivrnicnrc t he lund ta say
hufrt. Including hit snd cold e.atrr.rlcftric
light and ttrim beirt Is) every rooea.
Pairs 7$ cctitt per dijr snd ufvttsx,
f irtt (tin rrtiurint ta connertKHt.
vtlLUAN McCOY. Owner ead ltrter.
swtfsctarersof esah AaCaO KhVtnf wsr
Dears anSBd I
' Siding, Flooring. WalnsooatUs;
18ta Street bet. its m4 ftt. Avenne.