Newspaper Page Text
THE ABGUS,TtTESDAY, MAY 17, 1898.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHICAOO. ROCI ISLAND PACIFIC RAIL
ay Ttekcta can M purchased or aaaa
cko4 at R I P Twentieth a i reel depot, 01
O lla P cpot, mim Fifth avenae and Thirty
IrM autet, Fruk B Flummei, AKeaU
Deliver L a 14 AUmaht... it i):Of am
Ft Worth lnvrr A K C.... f:(if en
lnaeapo la t lS:Wm
Oaaua ADA Dra aintnM t 7!lS tn
lOaielia A MinwapoHs !!:( am
vmana s ut jioiim KX .... 7:10 an
iOaaha A Mlnaeapnlls Ex ..J1 :f am
lieovvr. ' Incoin A Omaha. .. S:fl0 am
Omaha A Denver it:. am
Omaha A Pi-nrcr I'Hwm.n.
jlock l.lnorl A Barron lc.,J 4:30 pin
ft real A Mrnaaota i6:5sai
Denver, t Worth A K C....I 6 Id am
jaanpae nty hpij cepn.. ril'I'lpm
IKock U'aod A Wa.hlnuton 4i) ra
Chtcafo A I Moios 1 : ,m
Rock Iflani A moan Aerom S 20 pm
Beck bland A Brooklyn Ac... 5:35 pm
t 8:80 pm
It 4:05 pm
t T:Vi (.m
t 7: JO am
t 7:40 am
Arrival. tDepartnre. tOailv. exept Snndaj.
All othen dally. Telephone 10SO.
Bandar evening a Pnl'man sleeper will be at
Mia depot after ll:or, which will leave for Chi
cago M I a. a. Uoaday.
tTBLTSOTOS ROtm-C B A O RAIL
war ucpoi rim avansa and Btxteentt
B 4 lOUD. AtKVL.
It T, trin(tflult. Peoria
Bar G,i1p. via Monsoatt
Chicago, sterllci, vision 4
r sorts, Ba-dfiown, Bcr
lln-too A Wett
ft. Paal A MinsetpoiU ....
terUsa. Cif.ton A Dabnqq
t. L.. KMIias CI T. Denver
A Pat, Coat -1aMlh'r-; 7:25 pm
t 7:40 am
T Ml i.tn
t -uw pm
a rr.it a
t 8:40 pm
Dallr. tDsllr eicapt Sunday.
CDICAOO. M1LWAI KER A 8T PACL Rail-wr-Kactn
A o-thwenitn Dtvlnioa
pepot Twrniicth a'reet. betw. en Klrat aod Second
vannee. L H titter, Agent.
Jlall an t Expres.
I Paal fxprere
1avb I Arrivi
7:'i0 ami 9:30 pm
4:"0 pm i:30 am
8:00 an' itii tm
Dally except Sunday.
OCX IHLAND A PKOR'A RAILWAY-
Dnrjt Firnl Avinn aurt Tw, .... v.
tockhoase, Gcn'l T't Agent,
iprlngneld, Cincinnati, Peo
Feorta, Bpriiii.iliM, st Lonlr
Piurla, PprinirtUlil, Cincin
Fanla Arroit. Krolirht
herrard Accoiriiil:iiinii. .
Cab a aiid 8 tcrrard Aocom..
1 .4.1 pm
Paracrgcr trains leave C K I A P (Mollne
renue) depot five (5) minutra earlier than tme
Wen. Traice untied daliy, all other traje
dally axceut nomiay.
Paine s Celery Compound'
It tnaTwis tfce weak strong.
We have it.
T. II. THOMAS.
St'venti'cnth St. and Second Ay.
Before aad Aiui I'siDg.
t9y W K 'TTES ;r A E A MF. t to tare H.rroa
v.DilUT.Lcni of Scsnal roweriarithrriex, nrolu: l
U K?11? '"1,4 fro:n T I' "B: !, aucl
f.'mJ,? I',- upt"ii iauiitT, t 00 r I".
a wrtttn r-jararteo to enre or rrfm.il the ni.ri n
For aala br A .T. Ree. droKKlrt. Rock InWod
FOB KIinF.K BEX.
Thin rtmrdr bclnir in
jected directly to tbe
S3k seat of thone diaeasea
" or thei (;rnito-l rinirv
Orjcans. requires no
chance of diet. Cure
arnarUnteed in 1 to 3
soya, nmall plain park.
fw TT Try -w-a arc, ny man, st.oo.
w w dhtkidfaaiBoia only by
A. J. R'cg", Fnnrth Avenue Drug Store, ao
M ur Ml
Do Vow Wanf 7s
'ou Can 06fan rf7iour Paynff a Cenf.
TtlC rifl! is lKtf'llt'ntIv ni.ult llf rrcillllnO ri.ll.:! rl,l nlt. fir.ir.inla.l 4 n-n... "W
for 't"iirv ami till! strltltlir Consist ilf tlirni- f.Linniw llrii-nt tir,,ul-.tl,,
ri.i-ntliiir t wo ltiMiiiinl and n Knliy. These stones are the liii't f the Mint:
We ,ive you one of these rieaiitiful Orient Itiniiioml nml Itnhy lirm Itincs,
In a idiMt plush bo, if you ill devote a few moments to show inir votir friends hat
an inn resiinir muira7.ine The llonoelmtil .nml 14 u i i, .'t Koi.....
v hi n iiuf Hi iw si-wikshi hi wr, jit -inif o:fi-rs ever made l).v a
nuirrtj,ii piiiiii-iiiiiK niiiise.
wiry iiii ii.nn ineir scint:iiivtions like miniiiture stars.
..." "V" 'eei-ivc one of these n-marl,aiile ri:ik's. von w ill be so joyful that voti
will praise the savant who. In n far away Intnl. ls jovercd the proeess'of oreatinn
ueh rtiiisite xliiiiiliitloiia r ntnre'a own priidiiets. t ur desire is to tret a
larire number of people to stibseribe for The llons. liolil .louriuil. three months
on trial a ;v eents. and iw a speeial Indueement. a benutltiil premium will tie uiven
to raeh trlul sulnvrllMT Wo w ant you to show sample eopies o( The Houkc
holit .lonrnitl to live different people, take the r Mibsetiptlou at S.t eenta each,
rtnd deliver to them a plemllii lilft. Kor tloitiK this we ill vive vou the Orient
lltnnioti.1 ami Kuliy Kins; alH,e described. In tin attractive I'lunii lti.
The rlnit In the Imix looks Just like rint-s that are often sold in stores at dollars
and dolla-H. If you accept our offer, aend tut te.t cent a to pav for nmlliiit 5 ope
Ul prrinluiiis. M-veral mtmple roplea and the in:il,-nili iit Orient triple-stone
Klna; ill plu.li Imix. You can send us the balance (tI.OU) when you have collected
from the Miliserihers. Hv our oner you positively t.iUe no risk! If von are not
fully rationed1 you ean keep all the prize Million! paving u auotlu-r rent lie
yond the reiit. w hich must nccompiinv votir letter to vs. What could lie
liilrer? W e are honest, utitl we depend upon dealing wilh honest, conscientious
We ileprnil npon your linearity not to take unfiilr advantage of this ad
vertisement just t Ki-t our valuable premiums. We w ait vou to help Introduce
our delightful home utnl family iiai:a.ine. as we know that most people, after sub
aerlliinit for a few tuouihs will like it so well they will renew vear after year, and
therein lies our dividends, .lust think how easy it is to no to a friend, show htr
ins nnwiMiiin nun a niiuiui Kin ami oner her three months subscription with
the prize at renin she will thank you for RlviiiR tier the rliHiiee. You can
" sHiis(Tiiiions ui nan an nour. timers are itoinir si
easy. You 11 be similarly successful. Send S. rents
. 1 hey say it Is very
silver, or 26 cents in
j$ THE HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL PUB. CO.,
Household Journal Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It Is the favorite
of the laborer, the opioure, the rich man and the poor man.
Its flavor is delicious, its "bidy" right to please all tastes.
Made right here at home of the finent maU and choicest hop!
and by the most advanoed process; why shouldn't ROCK
ISLAND" be the best? 1
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
A . f laTnTi
Th"y overcome Weakness,
Irregularly and omissions.
Increase Vigor aud banish
"pains of menstruation."
They are MLile Saver"
tbta. T MflTT'C ruriitr s T en "1 J
For salo by M. F. Bahnsen, druggigt, cor. Fourth Av. and TwenUcth St
THE CUBAN INSURGENTS
An Estimate of the Present
Strength of Their Forces.
HA W MOM S;0T JohnM.rarido.
Henry A. 1'aritloa. I
Paper Hangers, Calsominers, etc.
IBCTDEBTS FEOM CAMP AND PIELD.
Thomaa B. Dawley. Jr.'a, wrirnce With
General Comri Yalue 1 Danish Fstl
xnatea How a Cuban Vdtborante Re
duced Hia Fifurea of General Betan
conrt'a Army From Five Thousand Men
to One Thousand An American's Efforts
to Join the Insnrcents.
There seem" to be a diversity of opin
ion concerning the strength of tbo Cn
ban insurgents. Various accounts have
been published on this subject, and it
may be of interest at this time to note
the following estimate given by Thom
as R. Dawley, Jr., in the New York
The prevailing idea is that there is a
marked difference between the Spaniard
and tbe Cuban, and that all our army
has to do is to laud upou the island,
and there, finding tbe Spaniards on one
side of a well defined line and tbe Cu
bans on the other, they have only to
step between and tell the Spaniards to
go away and leave the others to govern
themselves. But when onr troops do
invade Cuba they may find it a much
more difficult task to separate these peo
ple than any our government officials
have counted upon. As an illustration
may be cited au incident of Senator
Thurston's experiences in Cuba and his
subsequent statement on tbe floor of tbe
senate, in which be gave, as an exam
ple of tbe discipline of the Spanish ar
my, bis purchase of a machete from a
Spanish soldier. As a matter of fact a
man sold bis machete to the senator on
tbe wharf at latanzas, but he was nei
ther a Spaniard uor a Spanish soldier.
The man wore a blue uniform, was a
Cuban and was appointed by tbe Cuban
governor to escort tho party of Ameri
can visitors around tbo city, and his
duties corresponded to those of our own
municipal police. ,
Upon my setting out to find Gomez,
his headquarters was designated to me
upon tho map of Cuba, where ho was
represented to be making a bold stand
against the combined forces of General
Weyler. After traveling several weeks
through a desolated and depopulated
part of the island which was being over
run by Spanish soldiers, I found the in
surgent chief in a palm grove, surround
ed by his army of 130 armed men and
somo 200 naked servants, mostly black,
termed the impedimenti. While with
Gomez wo wera joined by tho renowned
General Qaintin Bandera, who, Gen
eral Gomez had previously stated, was
on his way from the east with a force
of 2,200 volunteers. But upon review
ing General Bandera's new contingent
I found that bo had but 150 men, most
ly naked negroes. In the two weeks that
I passed with Gomez the army occupied
itself in selecting appropriate camping
places where there was grass and water
for the horses and wild cattle for the
men. During the day tho horses were
kept constantly saddled ready to mount
and run upon tho approach of the Span
ish troops, who were almost constantly
wantlering about the country looking
As for tho number of insurgents un
der arms, we have never had any figures
except those given by tbo insurgents
themselves and tbe various estimates
placed upon them by tho Spaniards. As
to the value of the Spanish estimates, I
may cito an instance where I have
known tbo entire garrison of a city to
be placed on tbe defensive, a report hav
ing come in that a large force of rebels
was camped within a short distance.
Upon evading the sentries and joining
the insurgents I found that tha large
force consisted of a major and four men,
throe of them armed. On another occa
sion I have been with ten insurgents at
the top of a mountain, keeping back a
Spanish column, which undoubtedly,
fearing the overwhelming numbers of
the enemy, failed to coma up and drive
the ten men away.
In one so called battle between the
forces of Maximo Gomez and a Spanish
column, in which I participated to a
certain extent, the Spanish general in
his official report of tha engagement
gave out that be had counted 25 of our
dead abandoned upon the field of battle.
The truth was that in this particular
engagement our side did considerable
running, led by the old chief in person,
while CO of his men tried to check tbe
oncoming Spaniards. Of the CO who
wero actually in the fight but two of
them were wounded. The Spaniards
pursued us till night, the nest day re
turning to their headquarters, where
they reported their victory.
I have before mo the report of the in
surgent chief of staff, Jliro, at tho be
ginning of tbe invasion in November,
1895, in which he states that the insur
gent army then numbered, including
armed and unarmed, 2,000 men. In tbe
month of January following he states
that the "entire forces of the liberating
army," reunited near Hoyo Colorado,
numbered 11,700. After this Alaceo,
with 4,000 men, went into Pinar del
Bio, and tha rest of tho army was di
vided into bands and distributed
throughout the provinces of Mataazas,
Havana and Santa Clara.
Today it is admitted by the friends
of Cuba that tha island has been devas
tated and depopulated and that all tha
friends of tbe insurgents who formerly
planted their crops and fed them have
been driven into the cities to starve, yet
tbey insist upon making us believe that
there are today in this devastated, de
populated island from 30,000 to 40.000
insurgents ready to co-operate with our
own troops immediately upon their
lauding on tbe uland.
While the commiasicn of United
States senators and representatives wire
visiting Matanzas a Cuban Iaborante
was presented to the party as the repre
sentative of tho insurgents. He inform
ed certain members of the party that tha
Insurgent general , Eetancourt was in
the vicinity with an army of C, 000 men.
Later, when JUr. Amoe J. Cummings
and myself .had been outside of the so
represented dead line and had seen a
sample of the devastated country about,
this same Iaborante had reduced his fig
ures of Betancourt'8 command to 2,000.
JJr. Cummings then wanted the Iabo
rante to tell how this army got its food.
"Oh," said the nban, nothing daunt
ed, "they have got 'sweet potatoes and
one thing and another out there." Mr.
Cummings looked doubtingly. Tbe next
time the Iaborante was called upon for
figures of' General Betancsurt's com
mand ha reduced it to 1,000. That same
evening I called upon a Scotchman
whom I, bad known a long time iu
Matanzas, and, speaking of this same
Be tau court and his command, the
Scotchman informed me that one of
Betaucourt's officers bad surrendered a
few nights before and had left a watch
with him for repairs. According to this
officer, Betancourt's force did not num
ber 100 men.
While I was recently ia Pinar del
Rio province I obtained an interview
with an insurgent captain, a mulatto,
who informed me that nearly all the
whites belouging to the insurgent forces
in that province bad either died or sur
rendered. Ho admitted that Weyler's
recou'eentration had been tho cause cf
their failure to succeed, tbey having
been reduced to such straits that before
tbe arrival of General Elauco they had
been obliged to kill their own horses for
food. Further investigation brought out
the fact that the rainy season, combin
ed, perhaps, with improper food, had
been as deadly to tbe white Cuban as to
the Spanish soldier. Iu this particular
province I found the Cubans at work
again in the fields, tbe government hav
ing supplied them with arms aud am
munition with which to defend them
selves against the remaining negro ban
ditti. One evening while seated in front of
my betel in Havana I was accosted by
a yonug man who was "broke" aud
was desirous of obtaining moucy to pay
for a night's lodging. Iu answer to my
questions ho said that he was an Ameri
can from the stato of Texas aud could
fted nothing to do.
"Why don't yea go and join theroll
army?" I asked.
"That's just what I have been trying
to do," said be with an earnestness that
bespoke tho truth. "I have traveled
from bero to Matnuzas, ami from Ma
tanzas to Cieufuegos, and I have travel
ed milc3 iu the cocutry, only to find
Spanish soldiers and be turned back.
I'll ba banged if I can Cud that army,
and I don't believo tho soldiers can find
MRS. WALLACE'S WAR GIFT.
Her Florida Residence For the Illinois
Militia's Vnm Y.'liilc Hostilities Last.
Mrs. Cclia Wa'.laco, one of tha wealth
iest women iu Chicago, has set aside
for the uso of the Illinois stato militia
her winter residence end grounds at St.
Anustino, Fla. Tho tender was made
to Governor Tanner tho other night at
his rooms in tho Great Northern hotel.
General Fitzsimmons, Colonel and Mrs.
Motilton, Congressman Lorimer, Lorin
C. Collins aud others were present when
Mrs. Wallace manifested her patriot
ism. Governor Tanner accepted tbe gift
in a short speech. Mrs. Wallace's gift
is for tha duration of hostilities with
Spain. She desires that the premises
shall be fitted up not only as a hospital,
but also as a retreat for tbe Illinois sol
diers, to whom all privileges shall be
free as long as an Illinois national
guardsman shall bear a musket for his
country in tha war.
Mrs. Wallace's property is on the
bay adjoining the United States parade
grounds. The grounds have a sea frout
ago of 800 feet aud are 100 feet deep.
Everything on the premises which can
be converted into equipment for tho
state militia is nt tho disposal of tho
governor. New York Snn.
The Costly "Stratesy cf Delay."
Tha war is on iu deadly earnest and
time is everything. Safety is in rapid
work. Delay r:eauf. Ijss perhaps de
feat. But with swift action victory is
certain. The duty, therefore, is plain.
A leisurely way of doing things will
not suffice. The strategy that makes de
lay will sorve no better thau it did with
McClellan 37 years ago. The demand
for action increases every minute, aud
it is not satisfied by the capture of mer
chantmen. "On to Havana!" must be
the cry cf both navy and army, and it
mnst echo and re-echo until the stars
aud stripes fly ovtrilorro Castle. Bal
They are ramped on rhicknmcntra!
Once asnin the white, tents pi, -am
On that field where vanished heroes
Sleep the sleep that knows no dream.
There are shadows all about them
Of the ph'Mtly troops today.
Eat they lieht the common enmpfire
Those who wore the blue and gray.
Where the rines of Geoiyia tower.
Where the mountains kis the slry.
On their arms tho cation's warriors
Wait to her.r the hattlcory.
Wait together, friends and brothers,
And the heroes 'ncath their feet
Bleep the loiis and dreamless slumber
Where the flowers are blooming sweet.
Sentries, pause, yon shadow chalk nee!
Rock ribbed Thomas goes that way
Ho who fousht the foe nnyiuklmg
In that awful battle frny.
Tender pass the shades of heroes.
And they follow where Bragg leads
Through the meadows and the river,
But no ghost the sentry hcuis.
Field of fame, a patriot army
Treads thy sacred sod today !
And they'll face a common foeman.
Those who wore tho Hue and (jray.
And they'll fight for common country,
And they'll charge to victory
2eath the folds of one brave banner
(starry banner of the fret I
They are camped on Chirkamauira,
Where the erven tents of the dead
Turn the foil into a glory
inure a nation's heart once bled.
Bnf they're elas-pitig hnnds together
On this storied fleinl of strife
fa-others brave who meet to battle
In the freedom war of life!
By Young & McCombs', the Big Spot Cash' Depart
ment Store against all competitors and high priced
concerns. Dew-we sell cheap? Dew-we? Well, I
guess we do. Here are only a few of the many items
which we offer which speak for themselves. The
mercantile warfare is ever going on, and is a bat
tle not won in a day but a steady and sure surren
der of all competitors,will acknowledge that we are the
leaders of low prices and are dealers in high-class
goods. We acknowledge no competition and are
War at all Times on High Prices.
Suit, Jacket, Skirt
Early purchasers of Summer
Suite and Wasn Cress Sici-.ts
will be greatly benefited by ex
amining our line of warm
weather Suits.Skiits and Waists
2.88 Suit Strictly up-to-date
ladie3' denim Buit, nobby cut,
coat fitting jacket, pocket and
foiled seams, skirt is perfect
hanging with extra f) flfj
wide hem at MX
bottom Suit ujj
6.00 value Spring Jackets, 3.S8.
To close out an entire line ol
spring garments we havo mads
sweeping reductions on all
ladies jackets end capes. 3.98
for full satin lined all-wool
jacket, inlaid velvet collar. Lon
don box front, cheap at Q AO
Ladies' Silk Waists.
Great purchase sale of fancy
silk waists, fancy silks, checks,
stripes and Bayadere effects,
full blouse fronts, high stcck
collars, endless line of OO
colors. 8.50, 6 50,6,00, .i i)
Children's Wash Dresses.
S8c for good quality lawn drera
es, variety of pattern, wide
ruffled Gio. iail uluuse front
waist, pleated lront skirt with
extra wide lOn
hem at IJXP
bottom ' u
Endless varieties of tapestry
and chenile covers, all latest
colors and combinations ot the
season. Tor this sale a large
tapestry or chenilo fj i rt
cover, fringed, Vol
Always leaders in laco cur
tains and drapery novelties.
Warranted not to f ull out in
5 hook Summer Corset, war. -an.
ted not to pull out, fit and shape
pertect, sizes rrom
18 to 30
Klondike Summer Corsets, made
of an extra fine- serviceable net
with six bcs.es and side steels,
5-hook long waist, lace
Icicle Summer Corset, five hook
clasp, two reinforced side Btsels,
one heavy steel back wire, full
belt, heavy open net body, sat-
teen stripes and everlasting
edging, extra value, tit
and wear, sizes
18 to 30
Children's and misses' Ferris
waisis in white and
20 to 2d
Aside from the above we carry
a complete line of Thompson's
Glove-Fitting Corsets, Kabos,
Loomeis, Flex: bone, Ferris
Waists and and R. G. Corsets.
Prices always the lowest.
A good No, 1 qu2l.tr toiletsoap, fti.
per cake ri
1 box Milk Weed Soap 3 cakes HKr
in box, nately wrapjrjd, lor .... vJl
1 box Jersey Cream Toilets Mtp, -l n
3 caaea in bDX, always i5c lor . -i-VA
1 box Jack Rose Toilet Soap, -I K0
cheap at 25c, 3 cakes tor -1 'J-
Wooilbury "b Facial Soap, 3 qc
Wood bury 'a Facial Cream, 3 ftfV
Wcodbury'a Dental Cream, 3 50c
Woodbury's Facial Powder. 3 g Qc
Or your choice of an7 3 50c
Black Dress Goods.
36-inch black and colored Henriet
tas, cheap at 35c.
38-inch fancy suitings, silk and
wool mixtures, worth 50c
a yard, lor per yard 2y C
52-inch all-wool ladies' plain suit
ings, all colors and mixtures . ,
worth G3c, for
38-inch black imported creponi,
brocade effects, cheap .
at 75c, for fr'
33-inch black brocade sol-
iels, cheap at 90c, for
46-inch imported French Serge,
douLic twill, cheap at
75c for d
46-inch black silk-finish Henrietta,
cheap at 75c, for this
33-incli Arnold's silk-finish l.enriet-
Uis, always 75c, all colors
and black, for this week. .
24-inch Habatai silks, all the new
colors, just received, worth .
Gbc. for 43 W
24-inch figured Japanese rilk,
worth IZc a yard, y
Grand Lining Offer.
With every worsted dress to the
amount cf 2.00 or over the pur
chaser will bo entitled to the fol
lowing: 5 yards cambric, lc a yard,
a yards sUioia, lc a yard.
1 yard facing, lc a yard.
1 spool silk, lc. ,
2 spools twist lc.
Special salo of Ice Chests. 1.98 Lo
5.00, worth from 6.0J to 10.00.
holid ash rffr;?rerator. No. 105.
length 28, depth 1U inchcs,38 in hih
ice capacity o pounds, sale price,
So. 110. lencth SI. depth 22-in..
height 54-in.. ice capacity 75 pouiiih;
special aai price, lz.id.
Others t.(i5, 9.50. 10.00, 12,00 to
We are sho,wirt this year the
strongest ever displayed by us. We
arc tdiowiii"; a full size carriage with
saline parasol, upholstered seat,
double spring front and back for the
low price of 8.98.
Others at 5.25, 6.75, 7.95, K.50,
10.00 to 15.00.
Rutherford's wall paper cleaner
15c per can.
Best Amonia, per bottle,
Petroleum Jelly, per 1
Pure Glycerine chemically O
Lambert's pure ListermL larcta
size bottle, worth 1.00,
Per 02 bofJo 10c
Sponae., all sizes and prices.
Chamoises 3c and up. 4
Harrison's best Perfumes,
worth DOc on ot
8 ounces bay rum
Dcntifoam tooth powder con
tains nothing injurious
to the toeth, always
25c lor I9C
8 roll3 toilet paper
Florida water, largo
8 oz witch hazel. Dr.
In.iect powder per
Insect guns, J? n
Mo tli balls per
In this department it has been
Jar beyond " our expectation.
Thousands of rolls sold. Wo
never miss sales. The only
corrplcint we hear is that peo
ple who havo been payir.g gs
high a.s 1.00 per roll are aston
ished at our low prices. Wo
are selling it from
lc up to 22c per roll. None
Screen doors, all sizes,
Wire netting &t Jc per square
foot. Sizes from 1 up to 6 foot
Child ron3 garden
Flans and bunting in great
Imperial paper patterns 5c
Home paintn, the beet in tho
world at a very cheap price,
nrmiifrn rrrr eirr
We place on Bale this week a large shipment of fine porcelain K
dinner-sets ct 100 pieces each. These sets are nicely finished, nice
embossed and decorated in dainty color. They are worth ct any
time 10.00 per set. but for this salo all go at 6.98.
Sets are made up ae follows.
1 dozen Pie Plates.
1 eczen Dinner Plates,
1 dozen Tea Cups,
1 dozen Ind Butters,
1 open dish,
1 Platter, large,
1 Cream Pi letter,
1 Slop Bowl,
1 Pickle Dish.
1 dozen Tea Plates,
1 dczen Sauce i3isheo,
1 dozen Tea Saucers,
2 covered dishes,
1 Fritter, medium,
1 Sugar Bowl,
1 covered Butter Dish,
1 Sauce Boat,
YOUNG t IcCil
1723, ,1725. 1727 2d Av., Rock Island.