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THE AKGU8, SATOKDAY, JAKUAUlt 8.- 18S8.
Ho'h tho method tnT rruU wtco
F vtj7i of Y U taken; it i Waat
Bi .l r-fn?shirj to the Utc. ar vU
pt r.! !y jrt promptly on tl Kklwyn,
Livi-r an.. rwrl. cln;e U:c rys
ten effectually. lLpcls ct.Hh. licaJ-arl.-i
al fours ami mrr 1 nlittul
on-tipatinn. Fyrup f Fit" is tho
r.! remedy1 of iu kil ever pro
tl jtI. j.rain to th t3-ti and ac
ctjt.tMti to tliQ fUmaoh, rrnrnpt in
i r ;-.tm tu-l truly lenefcial in it
eff vtt. prepared only- from tbc most
L : i.tliyan-l aealtonbft.inccji, iu
priir MOTllrnt qualiti-? romtncnJ it
t : :1 no I have rarulo it tho noei
joj u!ar remedy known.
yrupcf Fici ii for rale in 60
ri.t bottle by all lcoelinir, 1tj
f i x. Any rctl&LIo drnril-t ho
mi j not lutvo it on hand trill ro
tu.'j it promptly for acyeno wbo
wi.i..totry it. DoncttciTtany
CAUFQ.WU HO STri'JP CO.
s rHKtx.9, en.
IVt Th CiwtcrKW 0 Gmkum Kihot1C
Sir; Fain-day, Jan. 8.
Tb American Tradiea,
Aat fveftiijy isle t' l
a s at rRk.'e.
Burlis 0f3ra Wvni
Vh&ivzhj, hi. 12.
Mr. Wilton Lack aye
la the Rimaallj Costams
K.intr t ! -'.
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nk- a a
M Or ii M,
M !) Ka ,
l U.Ha Uaa.
1 1 airM.l.
Jl W !
a tw a.
f-v tt. hi is?, ant sate at
A cditcrlum Ksliaa.
RII TATLOK. Usasgsr
Saturday Evenir, Jaa. 8
A Graad Trodaciion ly
AGNE WALLACE VILLA
Tho World Affainsi; Her
.4 a awtrfn frtt f
t miiim Siy tk tlaa T
;t. . and- MafcMlrioa. Taa
)Hrrt ," arltva tta tkvXai.
I,.,' rk.Mna la taf at. Sai
Shki Tta . im'n sv
BM-aitr liw 4faNar. Jaa. a.
r-.''- S'. v aM TSc. artf a m!j
iTHaotata a, T aaaaaa SI S.
"arner Grand Cpira House,
Wedccslay, Jan. 19.
lador the Anpicea tf the Divan
The Colambas ef lbs Cwatary.
la his ThriUiactIUas
a tratsd Lectart,
) " if at T f at f-'w at
. r,ir. H Ji, m., Mr. J.a
I ' MXMlanvMHlmn'l
'. It ri 4 kM. aaj
hrti- 4rmj Bri MM, B
la. SMt .. arciaa T.araaa..
Historical Building on Twenty
first Street Torn
OJCS A LVIZL LSD S1L0D3.
May at.wr. a
K m4 r.r a
er of taa Ilaor,
Caaraetir Who Wm
I WM , taa rraarie
Ansa tYdU Claatav
Ixoeaa el the B rj
Days U Rut lataa.
lie removal of (La old
Snstnrock boat on T wen-
first street ret ween tec.
tcd and Third avenues. It
bl jila4 ut one of Rock IiJand'a bit
toil;! fpo-4. Its dilapidated roof,
loog aibre Itorpin from old rge,
baa tto f;lel by iha wrecker, mad
he last bf laa bailditiir will
wa bare d:pp"rod. to nkt way
ivr ia itrfrorrmenia wbicn tbe
Rarlinctn KUaay oumraor, rut-
tbcr of ihi pr"p-tr. irouj3et to
ntaie in tbtt Bieaboibood.
Tbe Shamrork hr.uir, in the earlr
daj Itiokcd bpra ai a leadicg
buiv'i. baa tocl for upward of a ba.l
e alary. It a uiU by Jamet
Drodrrick. vbnte lovo for tbe place
of Li Lifib pronptei bim la carta-
ante it aftrr thu aalioaal fliwer of
K.'lu's Iilo. tt oJ rice a a wbo!c
oalrd, plU! mso, who made
frici da ri !:y. and tt was not long
before hi b tel. ia coomclioa witn
ahich ro coidactrd a bar, wt
kaown for ni!s aroaad. Tbe p!acr
d d a thriving birlccia, ad was tbe
nsa tf accumalaticg far its pio
prirtrr a mj; frrlaae.
rrodetitk called ettrr cno LU
friad. If he filled la readily re
ttifm'yirir, j roi'b" wouMadt!re
a triB a Siaay Diwe," -Sure.
Sotiay 1Up." BuHlttlfk would lit
vita a tni e. as bo patted out
the net gjtJa, "sou'relookiog foioe.
yoir i tai ; a a' bow's tn fata-
If. lit r.)Lttaat nae ol the nam
rea!tHl la its spp!lraliun to hiats-lf
bv his fiiends. wbo erect ltllr cam.
t ktow bin enly as "Sonny Bswn
It as arbva?ier vitty aad Jllr
Lai aete.- !olo lt of tbe fiaa
eial eil ci Li biis.
UdfreaU wca.d rslhrr at tbe
S'amrck a iBe ia the evealniani
wapttntM Soa Biswas InTatia.
abiy the cettral Garfl. an I his av
lnaad r minioic wnold kp
in earns in rooa n-.nior. Tbe;
wool I s p?a ! f ;i: me? frss'r, lor
iay aae it m ptti p r mi that
y - -
"latai- raawa A if.
Tla Shttr.r -,tk evroU:ir
Lac.d. ij .ni t" p-'l awv oit
7iyara:r. ll mil fiiocd bla
mr rrT ja:cr iqt :rt mr
daootrr, 15 r. Ciifra. of CeUr
KirxU. Io. wLd iohcr.tcd tt r
prrterty. Tb haxruck. after be
tig ran oy rar ms ptr lrs, wa
aliAtdoceJ as a hotl. and eoctnrtcd
ia'oa Itaro iat. Tho olJ balld.nc
will ba rem ir. J from Tiew, bat It
aad its fonrde', Sonny Rswd.' will
Uf in mm ry. Tbe o.d resident,
familiar wi h hm Inoideots oluiter.
inc abjnt tie Shamrotk. will relate
them to hit cUiMren, aad ther in
tara will rpU thorn to tsclr.
TtMt a iima a4 r MtaMlaitarlM.
Tla ra.t. kn i!rxsrd:d t)s rcctll of two
Aawtlcaa a.tMltr.ca trm t rmleca o
akTpa.nalhtp't-'itatt fwlf aiialoa for dir.
tisi t aaTrrlkr '. llke'.j tncacid'ttcrbascar
r t'.c sua of tar." a ta l dr'-lr'y
I'rmtJ, la a. ntf mib'. k a ;ot tical It.lih
fsi. a.atrch. coa iait to hi .b.tltury
I t jpi!ltf.tk p-... 1 of Aai ri an arkonwl-
A'B-lof fa. a'4 U- the ata fice.Mof thl
a tf L'otc.iri'. iiNatb Dltte t,nmt'.y, ta
fall ia aS prvv.Bt eilir t, rbcamatl.m and ki
aT campUUt, lmm: if prait, col daatiia
n4 Itrrr t.-oaV. Tj a.ri.n), tbewoakaaj
t'.. I .Sria lit ii n .;.,); ba&-. from It
ass at4 It t't -if l'lpu IL liiCrro'Cc
,-i'l ln:l!rU to a1 aacire rar. ae.p.
apl:l H.J taa a f (nj.f irt IU-vn;Sot
t yV tpfiita , nhtch a'Malt.bt
rrfalar r rrt tr-.t. An tarty rf on tit It
! pnTtctlT. la :oil ti-j tuiiL a ai to tkOM whs
Adaartla 4 1.11 Ha. I.
f ! of Irllrn H!ra:ir4 t,ir at lha mufliir
t'ampovil. Mna J. t. Mimvwin M C.
ILtott. Naitlr ferttnlik. K.-bB.e
I'atua. Mr. U 9. T'I'cr. rvd
I tner. Krn Wrlfht. er M E.
IMIttatt. Wood, Mr. L. a
Lf aay. Itcltia
Da y. H U.
T. n. TanwM. Poatmaatar.
Alltt .a. Rt.
Or a stalbra ro'd, cr a t!erp-aated
roarb caa bo cared for rctd with
Uf. ue:is ricsTsr-ilosfv. Thia
faunas remedy, lakea ia time, win
stop taa prcKrris of coasaoption
aaa onaz toe co.or ci beaith to tbi
ralid cheek. Ui-og.lits tell IL
Ispositla to ftrect aa accidect
Sn tp-eib'e to be prepared for it
Dr. Thomas' Loiecuie Oil. ilonart h
rtvr pUa. Soli by Mtrshall A
AlADE ME A MAN
''"n. In .!. h.
at Ak an
"T w f bM 'l. j tr
a.wj i law na aa t-.tTar tV
r f a rrt u rwMr4;
AJAX REHEOY COt?
la twa la!a4 ay iaaa
Walker Vbiloido. Ibe aminecl
tr.gadia". will present Shakes pearo's
ntm.ti" tonicbt at tht Darlif.
This taleatel yooog actor already
nas a aoai 01 aa&trera ana irienai in
the three cities, who wi.l welcome
the opportunity to 'gain sea him.
crank lUrc s 6 act melodrama.
The World Against Her." is to be
tho attraction at tbo Auditorium.
Molioe. tiiU eveiMcg. There is a
plentiful sp'ioklicg of sprightly ha.
mor In the plsy to relieve tba dark
places. Madge Carlton." the hero
ine. a role in which Kite Claxton
scored a treat sucoeis, i p!ajed in
a maemticent msnner bj Agar a.
lsce Viila. At many points in the
piay sue txbib.ts treat lorcr. Mi-a
Villa is snrrouaded br a pood com
pany of actors and actresses who are
almirably cast. Tbe ectliogs are
hsndsome an J fictive.
W.lton Lsckarc, snpportod by a
carefully sclec'ed company, will pre
sent for the Crst tin.e in tbe tri.
cities, '-The K-.yal Se?ret," at the
Harm necseidtr erenicir. The
play is a roraantit cos'.umc comedy
drama by Kcinan and Price, and
!&ee elramalisti bare provided Mr.
Laskaye with a vehicle that clnvnrly
disp ays bis wido range of vertatii.
ity. "The Roral 5kcrt" belong to
tha rame clavt of romantic plys a I
"Under tbe U-d Ujbe." and "rhel
Prisoner of Zends." Like thee
plays it affords tho swoia artist aad
the CQjtoaier wide scops f r tiictar.
qe effects. Mr. fcaukayo carr.es
on bis tsar all of tho eccuery utel
In this production.
NEWS CF THE RAILWAYS.
a4. H.at to taa litoudlKa.
ryma-tor V,'. G. rordy aad Eo-
Kiui-4 r Miv II lover, ot tb Kjck IaJ
nd. are niktf . arritncui 'nt to
into the KloEdu! a&d harvest Ihr
gulden nngu: whiten are reported i
to exist thre in fabnlotis qtan ilics.
Tbiy hare interested n Lumber vt
rallroid men in their plan, it it said,
and will d psrt fcr tht northern
country cext month. Mr. Hoover is
an cotnwr on tho west ccd of the
Rock Il.tnd. Ho is said to have b en
boin under a Inckv star. Then. too.
he la a hastier. Si is Mr. I'urdr.
wha is stationed in the company's of
fices at Chics.ro. If taere is any
wealth la tbe Klond.ke when they
get tbi.re. there is no doubt but what
this pair w!ll get their share. J
t. . hvatt. agent of abe Ino?ac
Tunnel at (jainct; C. K. MiiJhou'.
commercial agent of the Santa Fe at
I du.is; ll. 8. .(a.los, traveling paec.
ger agent of tho Luke Shore; C. W.
t tlta. travel. n pareogcr agent of
thi Grnat Not.rie-rn; C II. (irstio.
aent of the Central States. Despatch
at i 'eon a; tt . j. bciowcrla, western
patscnger agctt ot the Mljhigan
Centra:, and C. C. Merrill, travr-liog
paJjeEcr age&t ol tbe Jiew York
Central and Hudson River, woro all
in town yestsrday hustling for busi
ness for thfir respective roads. The
majority of them are on the lookout
for Klondike Lnlness, of which they
say the.e will be a great rash in the
spring. Mr. Garstin cays 10 carlouds
vl whisky destined fcr Yokahoma,
Jajpsn. were shipped ovar his road
uvut rraia 101a wees;.
Tbe Burlington ronte led all ot-
o a in th amount of live stork car-
re I into Chicago daring 1897. Oat
ot a total of 279 662 cars, it bandied
63.827. abut 12.030 mora than the
second on thi list.
P. J. Cjlligan, formerly with the
Missousi. Kansas & Texas, a. Denni
son, has retorted to this city to re
side, and has taken a position ia the
ao.k ltiand a machine shop at Dav
enport. William C. Cremer, formerly of
the Peoria, has taken a position as
smitchmsn for too Peoria and Ptkin
Union ro.d at Peoria.
11 Stockhoase, general passenger
aud freight aseut of the Peotia, is
back at nil cCiio again, after a brief
Tbe fait mail train on the Bock
Island arrived fcom the east a half
hoor Iste this m Jroiog.
Division Sapt. C. L. Nichols, of
the Itj:k Is. and, is in the city to
Tbe Furlington has pnt on an adli
iional aitch engine ia Moline.
It. Laa1 bck' th at.blnt4 "L'a.
Form?r Pxeiidont D. II Londcr
bark, of tho street railway sytem of
he thret cillrs, and the promoter
i tne union lop ana o'her c:evtid
'oadi in C'hicsgo. ia now fignring on
tho consolidation of tie foui g cat
tjstcms la ibicego. ant al ibat
taads In tee ay ii tba I ireulosuro
soit sgalFtt the Lsks street t!e-ratcd.
This taay be d missed and Jidge
U.-ostcnp rtierrmg to the loi:ma
t on of tho cropoted ccnrolldaMcn
la Lis routt in Chicago the ether
dtv, ttceived the authoritative cCi-
!! asurar.ca from Proidint Load-
rbsrk tLst m hi plan was likvly to
oj Cirnca oat.
rtrlm nif mtxc .
. Itoek lMn4
II wmaiN LaaAa Ua
T serious irritation of the threat,
aad tay rod in a rackiag. rs.pirg
corgh. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hoaey
wia quickly clear tha throat acd
leave the voice clear and (month. It
is an infilli: remedy fr cogha
and oilJs acd all disorders of tha
throat and lungs. Good drnggi.ts
sU it. ?5 cents.
8atAoxib fai Tu Aaoc.
PAST FIRE FIGHTERS.
First Reunion of Veteran Vo!un
teers Recalls Interesting
KID3APPI5G A W00DEI Mil.
Waa aw laetoaat la Whlak Ktok 1,1
ae4 Tuk Frt-Ka Wfeo Faajbt
1 1 aua aad Saailt Saoka Slaroti Aaala
So laaptolaai Kualaa Today la Ditm
TTTlIR first annnal reunion of - Lc
J I V Veteran Volunteer Firemen'
-sv association is bciojj held to
Jsy in Davtnport. Bock 1st.
and and Molioe are taking part, and
this afterooon tho men. who in days
agon fought fltme and smoke for
tbe lovo of their respective cities and
for the glory of being bravo witboot
thoogntof remuneration, bsfore mod.
em methods of controlling and con
quering the Ii ;ry liend were thought
of. marched agaia through tbe
streets of Davenport to the urns old
inopiriog strains. They did oot
wear the bright red shirts ot years
fter. but it was an occaNion for th
reviving o! MemViea of th Past."
nevcrthi'Iots. Too j;riz.lei old vet
erans hid reminiscences without
on ruber. The perils and dangers
that bad been met and overcome,
ho--neighboring cit es woro riren
assistance in tiuias when dirj de
struction tbraatetied, and how way
naca tu toe pa.-t. not bd dim either.
tho li emsn nro from Lis comforla-
ble bid in th deat ot night, shoul-
d-rcd Lis torch and shoved ho but
tles were won, all these things were
told over again.
Context o r tba Wooieo Mao.
Oae of tbe most interesting inci
dents and one in which there was
more real fun and route real fueling
was ibat ot tbe wooden man, which
now rests teenreiv on tho too of
Hote No. 5, on Seccnd stroct. I'aveu-
port. It was ia tho parade this
aftern-ioo, mounted on afl)at. A
great dal of that Cht will bj re
membered. Ice msn was mado b7
a man by the name ol llbbrt, and
was supposed to represent Col. Bob
l.H'.ler, who wm the first chW of the
Divenpirt VJuntncrs. Whnn it
was ms-lo tht.te was a contest be
tween the ciropaniiis f.r it. It
was tctiled fcr the time beinq
by plficiug it on top tf thu
city Lai), the lower flvr of
which was used by the Pilot". Whsn
iho cLintce w tunde tt tbe city hall,
nd the loer ll or was used for citv
.ffi:cs. it was decid.rd to btv It t-
dort. Then the Fire Kinw and
the Liberties wanted it. Tne Utter
ocptny Lad just coropleled its
building. O.fTrfieut ald'iiuen vfere
loabt and premises a?re made. It
ne.sme t?vllent that the l.b,rt;es
rere Roiog to lose i:. Mr. Man dis
speaiod one night. A cearch war
tuut w3 gollca ut and a fi'irca io-
lituted. It conl t not ho f.md i
tbe city nor was it in thn city, it
had b"en brought orcr to R;c 1-1
sad asd kopi hre until after the ex
ci'onent ,bd died cu. Then it wa
m -.nnt-d ou the top of (he neiv Lit
erty hoitstt, whore it s.ili remains.
The f i6'ivltit8 cf today end ia a
ruafq-ierade ball at Turner Grand
opera bouso tonight.
Ia TroaLl t at Ua.npnru
A Davenport ftper sys: "Mrs
J. S. Sherman, of hock Inland, ws
fi ied t5 and Ci-sts jesterdity by Mag
1st rale Hubbull for a bharp gaiuo
playot by tbe lady and her hnsband
on a tiit of uanusDuctin? women.
r. und Mrs. Sherm n rm a photo
irrsoh basinors in Uock I -.land and
:hy guaranteed finished pictures to
.nra. t u tamson, iirj. jaooosen ami
Mrs. Lohse. at C;urrs that would as
tonish old lino photographers. The
la'.Ies called day a?tcr day fjr their
photographs, which were not fiaished
up, and each day Mrs. Sherman put
sn addlti nal tariff on the pictures,'
now for one thin? and now for an.
other. The women pro'ehted, bnt it
j : j ii j . - . . . n .
uiuu t uo any gooa, aci mrs. sner
maa wouad up by telling the women
that it they wool'da't b iy frames for
i heir photos ahe wouldn't Scihthcm
Ihia cett.'td it, acd an appeal
was maae to jasuce JiatbeU, vitb
the remits named."
r. taeery aad Tar
CongU Svrup wherever introduced is
ennsidertd the most pleasant and
tff-jrtivf nmedy f r li throat and
Inn,; ronpaints. It is iho only
prominent ccpgh medkibe that con
tains no opiat- a acd that ran safely
bn given tj chi dren. For sale by T.
Tuara at a CUas of Fropla
Who are Irian d by the use of cof.
fee. Uerrl!y ttwro has been plated
in all the grocery store a new prep
aration called Gratn-O, made of pore
grains, that takos the place of ci ffie.
The most delicate stomach receives
it without diatress. acd but tew can
te'l it from coffee. It doea net cost
over or.e quarter aa much. Childrt n
msv dtii.k it with great benefit. 16
celts anrt cents per eackbge. Tiy
la a.k I... ri.i. .
Ten should knnw that Fo!ei,
Hocey and Tar is abrolotely tbe beat
rtmedy for all diseases of the throat.
i t he- or lu!gs. Dealers are euitor-
jized to gnarsntee it to g:ve in'icf,c
, tion in all caiea. Fcr sale bv T. H
' SOME SHORT STORIES.
A county official is ia receipt cf a
letter from a man in a neighboring
town who asks for tha namo of an
honest and reliable" attorney. It
was not peculiar that Bock Island
should be singled out for smh dis
tinction, but people will naturally
ask who was teoummended.
They met in one of tha city's fash
ionable homes. He was the repre
sentative of an out-of-town business
firm, and had called to interview the
lady ot the bouse with reference to
the purchase of certain articles in the
book line. But ahe was out. be. was
informed by a pretty miss who an
swered taa bell and oada him enter
They had quite a long chat. She
was a dangbter, no daub;, be figured
it out in his own mind. Tve result
was the making o? an engagement
for that evening. H) left, cougratu.
lating himself over what he termed
a singalar victory. Not only wou d
no tiavo tbo pleasure of this de
lightful little lady's company for a
tew nocrs, but be rould become bet
ter acquainted with the family, and
probably plaaa an order.
lie wrs on band at the appointed
hoor. 8 o'clock. He rang tno bell.
A maid in a white apron aad cap re
sponded. "Oh. say" she said, '-tho folks
have ojmpjtay, and 1 can't gat away
tor a nan nour yet. lou vo on up
town acd come back about 8:30, and
meet me at tho next cjrner."
Very well." was tbe polito rep'y.
"Holy smokel 'eisculatsjd the trav
eler whet he reaenci the gate, "the
Ua t-rcr came back.
The lamp light lliokorod Chris t ma-
eve in an uptown homa ia anticipa
tion of tne return cf tho hnstand
and father. Pnt hn came not. .
People on their way to divino ser
vices t-arly Christmas morning were
attracted by the form of a mau lying
in the doorway ot a store. Somo u -f
ortunato homeless individual sleep
ing off a jag, everyone sappood.
l wo young mon paused befjre the
sleeper aud were attempting to
arouse him when a woman acd her
littlo daughter came along. They
were siartiea at tae iaur.iiar toco of
tbe man's voice.
"Why that's papa," said the child.
looking sympathetically ittt her
And so it was. Husband, wife and
child returned to their homo, into
which little ot the happiness and
cheer which characterizes Christmas
shons that dav.
An old man who bus an attractive
daughter icsides in a town on the
maiu liae ot the Bock Island road
A railroad nremau, whose home is
in this city, admired tho girl. Ho
naa ooeu vourtiiig her several
month;, but could not manage to
have any confidential and terlous
conversions with her on account ol
berlaiUbr, who was alwitya present.
I: was a hot summer's day. Too
lifcmin had a few hours' lay-over in
lha town and he concluded to call on
bis charmer. She was home, and so
was htr papa. Oj the way to the
house tne railroader conceived a
plan to get the old gentleman away
from tha house fur awhiK The
throe were seated on the porch.
What do yon say we have a wa
termelon?" "proposed the youth,
handing tho old gentleman 25 ctnts.
You take a stroll down to the store
ar.d toy one."
"Blc-ss your h?art, never m'nd,"
answered papa, I havo some nice
ones over here in the ice hoa?e." The
ice bonne was looaWd iu the yard.
They had a watermolun all right,
but the fireman gave up courting the
M. L vy and II Hs'l were inti
maie triei.ds in Kew York City 28
years ago. The lattex was a railroad
conductor, while. Mc Levy, who hud
just arrived from the old country,
had net chos n any particular bnsu
nest to follow. They drifted apart.
Thursday niht a party of eenllo
men were chatiing at the Harper.
Mr. Hall was introduced to Mr. Levy.
"Why I knoyou," spoke up Mr.
Hall, grasping Mr. Levy by the hand.
Weil, you've got me," was the
"D.uVt jon live back in Nw York
when you were a young mit? You
remember Hill? Well, that' me."
It is unnecessary to state that the
mteiing, the firbt in 28 years, was a
hsppy one. Mr. Hall ia a traveling
man now, and resides in Chicago,
Dacklea'a Araloa BalTo.
The be?t salve In the world for
cuts, bruises, ' sores, nlcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
Lands, chilblains, corns and all akin
eruptions, and positively cures piles,
or no pay required. It is guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts tt Ulle
meter. Tr s CoUotan.tra Wotloa.
The laxea for 1897 am an- A
'and payable at the office of county
Dumiiumuueuii Ol SCnOOlS, COUfl
house, Crst floor sear north entrance.
Biinglast year's tax receipts and
avoid delay in searching for descrip
tions, p. j. Lke,
Ha tow atooa Coakta
A dsy. a week, a month, a yeai ? Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar.Uot.ey will cure that
ongh. Th re caa b no dcnl,t of it.
It has en red am nthAr
i vere. DrngglsUsell It 24 cents.
-Nj eus no pay.
100 ROLLS OF
CMua and Japan Mattings.
y All the new novelties for 1898. We invite yon all to call
and look them over, whether yon wish to boy or not. '
These Mattings go bn Safe for 10 Days
At extremely low prices, &a ttey were purchased before the
new duty wa3 put, on tbem. These are exclusive patterns
to ns and we cannot duplicate any of them this coming
W. S. HOLBROOK
Kf. 3; E. Seeond Stree
That the laigt and Nsta
sorrnient of tloilday Candies
are kept at the
Whits PaFaca of Sweets
In addition tt nnr famous linn
of t'IIO0Ol,.VTES and ItOX
lONSpaiked in the mo t ex
quisite boxes for NewYesr
I'reswts, we dhtanc all ot
our ompetitors on pure can
dies, such as onr own
ITomc-madn mlir, strictly pure, Ifta
per itmtul Illtt
M8rlrn'lIows, Ktilctly pure, per Itn
Cream anfl mo'assej taffy, tu ictly 1flr
pure, per pound I Vita
Pn ii .a candy, slticily pure, per 1 fin
pouud....... I ww
Uriel ly pure, per fjg
ktrictly pure, per
And all bomr-ma-Je canilics,
aocuiu'ely pnre iud Irft-ii every
day, at the same low pikes.
t White Palace of Sweets,
b CANDY KIVGS. Ben?ston Clock,
HARD AND SOFF COAL
tie M. LAWHEAD,
SEfT CCAL W TE II A3 EFT.
Te'ephone 1840. 8170 Fifth Avenffr.
J u nam
t i azurr
Oam raw Bomt an Ban It iajii.
Insurance and Loans
Boom 4, Mitchell Lynde b'ng.
. IIOUSE BUZLBE2Z3
HuafatUnn of akta hsA all Kla'e ot wink
baois aad BH for BiUdan
Biding, Flooring, Wainscoating
I8ta Street bcU 4th and ftth Aveaaa
WANTED a GIRT. FViR GENERAL
houwwork at 80s Seouod arenue.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at w Twatr-tbitd atreet.
WANTED BOARDERS: DEStianLB
rooms, centrally lueated. with tint
class board. Enquire at S3M Filth avenue.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOB
genera! housework; reference re
quired. Inquire of Mrs. Samuel Edwards, BIS
W ANTED- JOOUS TO STORK Uf OHCAP,
oleaa and llKht storage rooaaa, wttb ele
vator at tod stnond avenue. Jasuur Jooaa.
Two rings on 1U7.
"IVTANTRD-RIVER OAPTAIN OR PILOT
' ' to join party Koing to A laska: Bast have
POO. Ailarass Kred tt. AUeo, Sa lltubern
street, eialesbun;, IlL
TITANTED-irNEKGETIO BCPtN!SS MAW
v to bnndle our husinens: meet nerchanta"
and mnuufaeturers: rx'rmnrirnt altuatloo. Ms
Greitor, 10IM Caxloa DutWInj;, ChieaK.
tlTANTKD-IP YOU ARE IN NEED OF
TV Kteady and pleasant employment at
home f-ir one year at SM per month, and caa
sue (food references, send your name aad ad-?re.'.withs,n,PtoA-iRni'th
A Co.. Kirn
naU Iloiue, Davenport, to a.
TV TANTED-TO LOAN MONST O DIA
v mor.es, watehaa. tewelry, hardware.
mus'cal inatrumsiits, Woyies. cloUunc err
j.V)dB, furniture, eta BWheet eaah prlece
rid for eeoond han1 rodos cf al' kinda also.
1 bo aoore goods tor a&Ie at hail tba aaual
aiore prtoea. A H bualutu tranaaeUobaatrtuUy
eonnAcLiibL Bla raw cumber and loea'J ia.
joeea. Two riugi on 13177 ' W'
For re:;t-a moderw residence ih
i;ood condlti m at 1107 Fourth aveauo.
Apply to Hesry Kioner.
Tu-OR RKNT-RESIDKNCB AT Ml TWEN
.. "'i1 .Mreet- Apply at Hlack Iiawk
iiuUdlng ft Loan association, Ueyrotoa block..
17K)RSAU?-A niGIl CUBS RK8TACR
. ani aud lunnh room with blR arade; tba
only on In thi; el' y open Cay and nlKbt. Ad
dress "P.," A koch.
FOR SALE-COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
of no hoKhel or or-r at S3.S0 per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any pan of tbe city. Leave
orders at Commercial bouse barber abop, Book
Woltmann the lewder
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over. .
tollman, the JeiTtk
1806 Beecad Avn
Have you 8ora Throai. pinah, tmm.
(Mored Spots. Aebea, Old- Sutaa. Ulcers la
Month. Ilair-Paltliir? Wrtta rvwnr
Cu., n Masonle Jcam'e, Cnttatgo, Ll. lor
iWua 01 cuira; capiuti. SSOO.oob. Worst
case, cured m 15 as K days. 180-tje
Subaorib lor Tn Amdi.