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THE AEGUS, IRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1898
rAXTKD OFKICE BOV. ALSO CARPEN
ler. Lenii hooUik Ivapan;.
TTTAXTED-LOAL SALE.SMFV FOE
v T shirt male to order 3 for Si 5a Sure
Fit Shirt Co.. 3"! Drexel, Cmca?'.
ANTED-SITUATION OK OPPORTC
nitv tii hfttr a k!uid bv a ti rv?-l a
ored baicr. Addrev "O. w. c..' tbis
V v to offer for S.0OO mock of goods in
country 3 'ore Doinir trood business: proprie
tor kick and bell or trade, ooraon
irjlNTFO-TO WAX MflSCT- OVDlA
v T " mcI- wavih ,; fetry-. ti at1w o.
musical inHtrumcms, bicvcU- loLLinK. .dry
inHKlsi.lunitorer. ;.'. fc.jlr; er.sn pr1"t
paid for second band roods or all 'kind a'-o.
The uhove yoodt .for-lalcat half the uiLal
store rn?e. All tu.-une transaction stnet
ronti4eiitial. His De number and locution
IU3 Second averine. Iton t forget it. J. W
Jones. Two rlmrs on 1347.
R HKNT OFFICE HOOM OVER DAVID
Don s store.
"niOR REVT THBEB OFFICE ROOMS
OR KENT FTRXISIl EI KriOMS WITH
or without board. 230 Tbirteentb street.
T7VR RENT DESK ROOM IN RFJDY
X1 broti . office. Room 4, MitcbeU A Lyuue
"ClOR KKNT -A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
-1- Miitalile for two eentiemen. Call at ;4
17HIt RENT HOUSE OF FIVE BOOMS
X- in f'xxl order, to small family. Inquire
t 1 1 iu Taira avenue.
TTKrR REKT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE,
-a. Thirteen in street ana second avenue,
KentHO Apply to E. H. StaSord at Jackson
T7H5R RENT-RESIDENCE OF 14 ROOMS.
X1 corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern improvements. Ap
ply He:dy Bros.
FOR RENT SKIT. I. TWO STKA.M
heated room; in Hurvl block: tillable, for
oftlre ejrprivate apartment . Apply at Jack
son & llur-t s omee.
T7KJR RENT EKJHT-UOOM HOUSE. FUR
-C mice heat, tnodrrn lnjprorem.-nti. rl
Twentieth Htreet. Rent. tii. Appij to Hayes
k Lleuvelanu, lienirHton I'locu.
O.'t RENT FINE BK.-ll)r Xi'K WITH
l;t: ':rt -orks and sencmtc; uotxlhuro aim
carri' iiuie: eleirant haoe tree and in an
M;rre'-:iilc neitf hln hood. Northeast corner
cif Fifth avenue and Fori v-t bird s're.'t. Ii-i-k
Island S-e the premise and apply at tk4
Twenty-third street. Koelc Island.
I7V3K SALK TyO(;OOI ilUII.I!N(5 ITTS
Mrxi'4) feet, near U., R 1 & I, depot, i
X.HIK RENT NICK FLAT. CENTRA I.I.Y
A located. Apply to John T. StaCord,
room liulorn Mih.
TjlOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
J-' All kinds of frl. poikI buiidintra; near
town. A Purtruiu for sonic cue if taken soon.
l.ordon Jc Kowtnau.
JJ small innumttrance takes a very neat cot-
An .1... .!.... " Vw . ,Lntu ft ' . 1 1 " Lr . I h . t
price: t.oroon s. nowraan.
TTOR SALE -A rts-VACRK FARM IN ROUI-
X Island county: cood com and pasture
land: will take part trade. W. Claussen, Front
and Ripley street. Davenport, Iowa.
-mOR SALE-COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
I? of 50 buahnto or over at (2 M per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bnuae barber ahop, Rook
Island, or kjiom J asoes, Milan.
1rWK RAI.F'IIKtP 1TTS IN M MAS.
ter addition, old basePall immnda. These
bit will te sold from upward: small
BBMiuut down, bulanee on Ion? tlm at a per
cent, lie Id y tiros., room 4. Mitchell &, Lyude
"UK)R SALE A NEAT OFFICE CARINET
X1 with a boot 80 different slides, suitable for
finny leajal blanks or anv description of papers
In Mat form to be kept In hape for writing-.
A oofsprehenHlve Index connected. Just the
thlnm- for any office with contracts, etc., to
Die. Address H. H C, care of THI A Hurt
TT'Olt LEASE I-QIt A TKItM OF YEARS
I ir for sale on easy terms the store. No.
7 Hk'hleenth street, now occupied by Mc-
Nevin A lianseru A. Benedict. Harper house.
irr to r riot week salary or
iMM commission. First class salesmen
and scents for our ne w patented fluent cou
timers' article. Sells at surht in ail stores.
Wholeiale, one d-en. cents, one-txross tW.
Kjt iotll retail in every bouse. A o-ent
article useful for ladies and trentlcmen everr
day. Etr terms and our sample dozen seud 3
' 1 1 S I.I simiMIBS. !( IIW II TI. 1 llllil II r .
Sole agents wanted trvervwhere tottschalk
A Strrntierc manuf icturcrs of novelties, til J
Boston block. Mianeappolis. Uian.
GET THE HV&T
II Work Oaaractoed.
103 TUIBD AVENnjt
IT DDnil'C FOB EI1RF.R SEX
Lb HflWll u Tkls rt
edr WitsaT 1st.
Jeetd tdlreetly te the
eat ar Ikoo ieswts)
or the Ciettlte-I'rlautry
OrnM. resjalrcN a
Pkaasre f diet. Cltr
day. Kb all plaJw
rawteed la 1 t 1
I feMltt saly hx
A J. RlesR Fourth Avenue Dru Store, sole
agent. Rock bland. IU
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles Nervine Restores Health.
CHAT OF THE COLLIERS.
n If CLE EZEKIEL OBEAB, assessor and
tax c.'Il?ctor, Beverly, Mass., irlio has
passed the 60th lifo mile utone. says
Dr. lines' Restorative Nervine Lis done
great deal of good. I suffered fory car from
eieepltsbr.css end tierrnus heart trouble.
Would feci wcry ant! nred tip in tjjo morn
is?, had no ambition and ir.y work seemed a
bnrCcn. A friend recommended Ir. Miles'
Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under
protest as I bad tried so many remedies un
successfully, I thought it no 059. Ent It
fare tic restful sleep, a good appetite and
restored ne to energetic health. It is
grand good racdlciuc and I will gladly write
anyone inquiring, full particnlai-aof my sat
isfactory erryrleace." psw; t" iTflV-r-! 1
Dr. files' Kmcdlcs f nr
are sold by all iruar-
fflct n nAt-w rt t-usiif It-
guarantee, lirat bottle
benefits or moriey re- s r?
funded. Book oo dis
eases cf the heart ar
nerves free. Address,
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
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Great - Demand
My tliose who lote a ricli,
or;aiuy and delicious refresh
inpnt is Krt-ll V Math's v
iii.itfly llavore.l and tempting
Ice Cream and Fruit Ices
It is not only o0ol to the
tasto. Imt it is nourishing
ami acceptable to the invalid,
the children ami rown jhmi
ple. We always earry an as
soi t incut )f ilavors, ami we
have nice paper packaoes
Hiiital'le for carrying it honu:
to the wife or family. Thpro
is nothing that puts as much
TONE t votir talde as a nice
Urick of li't; ('ream. Your
quests rcmcinln'i- it and are
KRELL & MATH
CAN furnish it
packed . in
ico o that it
will keep until
von want to use
Phone 115e. 1719-1718 Second Avenue.
th opportunity is wise' Ice
creaui is Cupid's favorite
vreapon of ttar. Fair ones
t-njoy eating cream all the
more In-cattse it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not, like some drinks, lower
the temperature a littie only
to raise it much more after
war? L Young men who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
John A. O'Neill's and Job n Mnerlinss Ex
r-erlcnce IVltn "Tout pads.
Cable. An?, tl. This neck of the
woods was ail tore up over a reported
sensational attempt ol a pair ol foot-
(tads to hold up John A. O'Neill and
John Muerlino; while the latter were
rcturuinjr home from Sherrard Tues
da- iiit;bt. When about' to ascend
what is known as Rattlesnake Hill
two men came suddenly in sight
O'Neill saw one of them stoop, and
just a-s his rig wa passing, the seeon
footpad f jreuiafke'lv .. JSow. . vma&h
whipicd up: thiiovje-w'-cam'e ro
Cable at a 1.30 gate. On arriving
home thev reported their experience
A iMsse of citizens was imuiediatelv
tro-anized, and each one armed with
good stout pick handle started in pur
suit of the higMwaymen. lelephone
messages were sent to Mierrani and
posse was organized there and started
toward (.'able with the determina
tion to head off the two villains
The two delegations soon met, both
reportimr a fruitless search. So thev
joined forces and made a thorough
hunt of bherrard, but 111 vain. Ihey
tiecmeti lo break ranks aram and iie
Cable crowd started homeward. When
the scene of the attempU'd roblerv
was reached a committee of Sherrard
citizens came up the line on a rim
anil notified their neighbors that the
culprits had lM?en apprehended on the
streets or Sherrard and were nobodv
but Willinni IcNeill and William
Hillstrom. a pair of Cable youths.
When met face to face with the start
lin accusation, the bovs snickered
T . . . .... -
and explained. iney said while on
their wav to JMierrard. where thev in
tended remaining over nijrht, thev
encountered a rattlesnake, and were
in the act of annihilating it. one
stoopinjr for a club, and the other
giving instructions lo nail the reptile
just as the two Johns robed up iu
tneir rir. tiur lriead, V eill ac
knowledged that it was one on him.
and told the bovs thev could take
anything they wanted on hiui (except
a suit of cluihes).
W ednesdav John A. tl eili was
riven a ideasatit suririj bv his wife
in honor of his -loin birthday anni
versary, a eosnpaiiv of sre-titleman
fiiends Itfiii'' invited to his Lome to
assist iu celebrating the occasion.
I'linse present were II. W. Hill. J. F.
Kvan. K. W. Clark. George Lawsou,
Jr.. C. XI. H ii bl is, F. C. Schroeder.
tjcorire Nichol. J. M. rershiu, M. M.
Wiliianis and W. Waulsrren. After
in elegant repast was served bv the
hostess the iruests were entertained
with miisic and recitations bv Miss
Quite a number went to fiilchrist
last Sunday to witness the ball game
between Cambridge and ( iiiclirisl, and
report a good g:imc. the score lieing
b to o in favor of (Jilchrist.
(iomor Williams, now of Warner,
111., formerly an old resident of this
place, shelled his corn here Tuesday,
. .. 1. 1 : T - . r
iui "ii, soiii it iu rviujMi wes, i
C'onl Nallev. who shipped it from here
The Odd Fellows of Cable intend
to hold their animal picnic the 26th of
this mouth, also a grand ball in the
tiuite a number of children are on
the sick list from malaria fever in
Cable and viciuitv.
Hugh Wallace leaves next Sunday
for a trip to Helfast, Ireland.
VISITS STATE'S ATTORNEY.
G. J. Denapsey Confers in Relation to the
Proseeatlon of His Son's Murderers.
G. J. Dempsey was in Canollton
yesterday in conference with State's
Attorney Sullivan in relation to the
prosecution or Ainsworta ami Jack
son, the murderers of his son. Engi
neer Fred Perapsev, who will have
their trial at the September term of
the Greene countv circuit court. Both
men are in jail. Their defense will be
temporary insanity. Ainsworth. who
.fjred the fatal shot, was the proprietor
of-a rest-iuruut at' Ivoodhoties.-.. Jaek-
fMl .worked for bUu-and bfuk coasi$erv
&ble salaTy owitg him.- 1 !
Ainsworth, so the story goes,
planned the hold-up, and it was agreed
that out of the swag Jackson was first
to receive his back salary and the re
mainder to be divided between them.
The feeling against the murderers is
high and there is likely to be at least
oue hanging iu Greene county before
VETERANS ARE DONE.
Continued from Third pare.
James Fuller leaves Monday to take
in the exposition at Omaha.
Misses Marie and Charlotte Plamou-
dou, of Chicago, are visiting iu the
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Jordan left this
morning for an extended visit in Chi-
W. H. Stocks, general foreman for
the Kock Island road, is the proud
father of a new 10-pound boy.
E. B. Stone, of Port Byrou, ha?
taken the management of the Port
Bvron Lime association's Rock Island
Rev. W. S. Martiuis Las returned
from his .vacatiou. Mrs. Man mis
and children remained at .Miuonk for
Misses Liz.ie and Xatie liothen-
lierger, of leaven worth, Kas.. are
visiting A. (Irenenger, 27S'J Sixth
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Baumann leave
on the steamer Quincv today for a 10-
davs visit to St. Louis and to Ches
Mrs. W. II. Gillmorc and daughters.
Misses Catharine and Myrtle, left to
day for a mouth s visit at Omaha and
Willis B. Hill ami faiui'.v are ex-
eeted home this week from Warsaw,
111., where they have been visiting
relatives and friends the past few
Hon. E. W. Hurst, Phil Mitchell, E.
II. Gtiver, and J. M. Buford leave to-
uorrow for a western business trip
Thev will also visit the Omaha ex
Thomas Faheev, Jr.. of this city.
so relatives have beeu informed, is
now a member of the crew of the
battleship Oregon, the nueen of the
United States navy, a situation which
he young luan and his folks Mid
frieuds can justly feel proud of.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klug, Sr., Miss
Ell'rieila H. Klug and OUo Klug. Jr.
of Davenport, and Mrs. llobert Wag
ner, of Buck Island, Misses L. and A.
Geedde, of East St. Louis, took din
ner with the MissesInrwersen at the
Kevere Tuesday. Clinton Herald.
LUNCH ROOM TILL ROBBED.
I.eydeu to lie Recognized.
The gunboat Lcyden. of tl.e Ameri
can iieet in M est Indian waters, in
which Hock Island feels so much in
terest because of the prominence the
hip has taken to which a Hock Island
veouiaii. Sam Itowlby. is attached, is
to coine iu for a share of the reward
if war. After the general promotions
have been made in the war thTre are
to be other advancements for gallant
onduct. Secretary Long says,there
ire numerous cases of bravery dis
played, such as occurred during the
cable-cutting oerations at Cieufucgon
and Santiago and in Porto Kiean wa
ters. In addition there were the en-
r.igenients at Mauzanillo and Niie.
The Helena. Topeka. Wilmington. An
napolis. Wasp, Leyden. Hornet and
Waujpatuck iturticipated in these en
gagements, and their officers will un-
Inubtealv share in the prizes which
11 be distributed.
To Cleanse the System
Effectually vet gentlv, when costive
or bilious, lo itermanrutlv overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken the
he kidneys and liver to a healthy
itctivitv. without irritating or weak-
uing them, to distK?l headaches,
colds or fevers, use Svrup of Fig.
made by the California Fig Syrup Co.
S)7 to Indianapolis and Ketom. 7.
Via Hock Island & Peoria railway.
Ticket? sold Aug. 19, 10 and 21. He-
urn limit Sept. 10. 1898. Account
Knights of Pythias meeting. Best
crvice on this route. Ltave Hock
stand at 8:05 a. m. anil 1:15 p. m.
Arrive at Indianapolis at 6 p. in. and
a. ru.. respectively, rvjually good
service returning, tor further par
icnlrirs address 1L Stockhouse. (i. p.
K. I. P railway Ieiiot foot of
Twentieth street. . .
Ri Yon a Son, i:rother.
Husband or lover in the army or
navy? Mail him today a 2.-eeil
package of Allen's Foot-ease, a pow
der for the feet. All who, march.
walk or stand need it. It cures ach-
ng. tired, sore, swoollen, sweating
feet, aud makes hot, tight or new
hoes easy. Feet can't blister, get
sore or callous where Allen's Foot-
ease is used. lo.O0 testimonials.
All druggists and shoe stores, sell it.
25 cents. Sample sent free.
Allen S. Olmsted.. Le Roy. N.
C. A. Weinberger lias a Costly Kzperleiice
IVIth a New Cook.
c a. vv einiiergcr, proprietor or a
lunch room adjoining the Rock Isl
and baggage room, was rob!cd la.it
night by a fair-haired stranger who
pretended to be a tirst.-class cook and
anxious to secure work. He was given
atrial last night. About 1:30 Will
licing, the clerk, stepped out to got a
bucket of water, and when, he returned
the newcook had disappeared with the
contents or the cash drawer, -f 13. It is
supposed he boarded a train and was
joined bv his pals, as lie was seen
earlier in the day with two other men.
Charles Cloos and Charles Lambert,
drunks, were arrested by Officer Fitz
gerald. They spent the night at
headquarters, and were released today
on a promise to behave letter in the
John McPurtland. of Burlington,
Iowa, suffering with the jim-jams,
was taken in last night by Officer
The reason for the great popularity
of Hood's Sai sap.iiilla lies in the fact
that this medicine positively cures.
It is America's greatest medicine,
and the American people Lave an
abiding confidence in its merits.
They buy and take it for simple as
well as serious ailments, confident
that it will do them good.
Hood's Pills .cure all liver ills.
Mailed for 25 cents by C. I. Hood &
Co.. Lowell. Mass.
There were also speeches by Mrs. Hor
tense White. Gen. E. G. Dyreaforth,
Mrs. Anuie Taneyhill. Prof. A. Baylis,
of Streator. Dr. P. L. McKinnie, of
Evanston. Congressman G. W. Prince,
and Gen. Meade. Songs were sung by
thcClover quartet, of Davenport, J.
J. Snodgrass and Col. Fisher gave
vocal numbers. Master Virgil Jacob
and hi baby sister recited and sang,
the Moline "drum corps played, and
T-herv was a- UriH tttfd rilftfAf Of 1 "atAis
ibv-the-RoriP Island tTftrng liflies-who
rniK?ared afe'the -wi.' eotijeff.1 'MM. J,
W. Morgan, in behalf of Moline W. V,
K, U. No. -1, presented to Mrs. Ilor-
tense White, the retiring nationa
president or the oman s l. nion. an
elegant souveuir spoon as a mark of ap
preciation of her valuable work, lien
Dyrenforth presented to Mayor Swcns-
son a properly inscribed relic of
broadside gun of the battleship Maine
The veterans are marching home
Cora Wilcox, the little daughter of
Gen. E. M. Wilcox, was adopt ed as the
"daughter of the regiment to the
Union Veterans' Union."
Mrs. Annie R. Taneyhill was today
presented with a beautiful past na
tional president s gold badge by the
Wttmans Vetera'n Relief Union.
Gen. Street, on his return to the
national capital, will be immediately
assigned to ouiv at a commissarv
depot, w ith the rank of captain.
All those having government tiags
are requested by Mr. l oung. chair
man of the committee on decoration.
to have them taken down and tied up
by f o'clock tomorrow morning, when
he will send for them.
The office of inspector general, to
which Gen. Wilcox was elected, is a
remunerative one, the inspector ac
companying the national commander
on his tours and representing him in
Thij street decorations were taken
down last night with the same neat
ness and dispatch thev were put up
under the direction of F. G. lonng.
chairman of the decoration commit
tee, to whom, together with his as
sistants, great eredit is due. The dee
orations will be stored and preserved
for future use.
Robert St. George Dyrenforth, the
uew coitiraandcr-in-chicf of the Union
Veterans' Union, is a native, of Chi
cago, where lie was lioru Oct. 17,
1841. He served through the civil
war. enlisting with Schambcck's
Chicago dragoons. He served on
Gen. Kosecrans1 stall as msiiec-
tof general of the department of
Missouri, and for a time was in charge
of the military prison at Alton, w here
lie supervised the lortiucation ol the
hills about that point. He was bre
veted colonel by congress for bravery
in action in the field.
The 18th annual reunion, of the sur
vivors of the 126th Illinois voluntoer
infantry was concluded at Memorial
hall j-esterday afternoon with an old
fashioned camp lire, singing, speech
making and the like. The next re
union will be held iu Moultrie county,
the place and date to le determined
bv the officers.
i tv h 1 1 u ja
If there's any reason why you should use paint,
there is every reason why you should use
A. Irfjithner has opened a tailor
...i CIO Seventeenth street, where
lit will give special attention to clean
in j and repairing. He would be
p used to meet old friends slid make
n v ones.
Coutfuuipllou Positively Cnred.
. B. Grceve, merchant, of Chil
ho' ie, Va. .certifies that he had con
sul plion, was given up to die, sought
all medical treatment that money
coil .1 procure, tried
die! lie could hear of. but
liei', spent many nights sitLing up in
a ch ir: was induced totrv Dr. King's
NeM Discovery, and was cured bv use
all cough lcme-
iiottles. for past three years
Kin attending to business and
Ir. King's New Discovery is the
st remedy ever made, as it Las
po much lor mm and also lor
ill. Trial bottles free at Hartz
c.uever's drug store
othel 'in his community. Dr
New! Discovery is guarant
cougjl o colds and consumpt
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soot Ling Svrup has
been upcd for -children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the nuinn
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
The Wiaona and Verne Swain i
The stage of water at the Rork
and bridge is stationary at 2.10;
temperature 3t noon 75. "
'l'he Pilot was up aud down with
Tbe water is stationary at St.
Paul. Red Wing, Ie Claire arrl Des i
Moines IUpid: otherwise it Is tailing
Milt litttr. ..Iltn.rn i-ill i, y ft.nlitt
T. ,)..,..,.- ... i..i- r.t i :.t. - . oi 'uciurtrs.
Lruuuijui; w i.vva isiauu mine
To give you an opportunity of test
mg the great merit of hly's Cream
Balm, the most reliable cure for
catarrh and cold in the head, a gener
ous 10 cent trial size can lie had of
vour drtiggiht or we mail it for 10
cents. Full size ;0 cents.
Elv Bros., 50 Warran street. New
It is the medicine above, all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight in
g'dd. I can ne Eiy's Creaui Biliu
with o.'tfety and it does all that is
claimed for it. I!. W. Sperry, Hart
More than twenty million free sam
ples of leWitts Witch Hazel. Salve
liave Ixeii distributctl bv the manu-
What better proof of their
coniidence in its merits do you want?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
To Core CcastlpaMoa Forever. I the shortcut space of time. T. II.
.T?k t55.l';lre u Cacdv cathfirtui 10c cr 35e. ' TLomas. A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn-
IfC.CC fail to care, crutrfiau ref uiui meaty. :
w hen i
You invite disappointment
vou esrerimcnt. DeUitts
EdaeataTonr How els With Caseareta.
Cr.ndy f'athartSe. core constipation forever.
A,ij,0 . . . .. . t r.noy ainariic. cure cons.ipation iorever.
ddress karly Risers are pleasant, easy, thor- locssc If C. c C. fall, drngmsts tvf nod money.
nllirn 1;ttlA m1i4 Tar .nnati
, "jntlion and sick headache just as cure
as vou take them. T. H. Thomas.
A. J. Eitss an l M. F. Eahnseu, drug- 8iffhi
gisti. - j
ff2 , w -1 i ..
other mints. A dollar's worth of it will t further
than a dollar's worth of any other.
It wears longer yon won't require to paint ao
uucd ii you use li
lt looks best you only have to see a job dona
with it to appreciate this. t
There's nothing else 'just as good."
Get our sample cards and booklet they are free.
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
fAIHT AMO COI.OJ MMKMA-a.
100 Ccmal St.. Cleveland. 2629 Stewart Ave.; Chicago.
S7 Washington St., Hew York. 21 St. AntoineSt., Montreal.
"ND ONE which is enough to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, is ai old stove tbat won't draw
when one is in a hurry for their breakfast. When
yon can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and of the very best mannfanture,
tbat wo soli at such low prices why bother with a use
loss old hulk.
&. KNOX I
Cor. Nineteenth street jj
and Second Avenue, j
When in Davenport
CALL AT THE
no East Third Street.
Try the Three-Cent
Meals 15 and 25 Cents
225 Perry St.
A-faw cotes regarding spring goods that can be found by look
tag at f hts ad. Here are some prices we q note: Spring novel
ties in suita the prices range from $18, f 20, 22. $22 and up.
The prices in , the spring troaaers range from '4$5, $5.60, $6,
$6.99 f.nd upward. Come in and see oar fine Hue.
Gus Enjglln, Manager, 1803 Saccnd Ave
John M. Parldon.
Henry A. Paridoa
Paper Hangers, Calsominers, etc.
Watfclnr la Hfcrd Water.
It is difficult to wash onr hands clean
with bard water, Localise the soda cf
the soap combines with tbo rmlphuric
acid of the bard Water and the oil of
the toap with the lime and Coats in
flakes on the ton of the water, tioluhate
of lime consist of sulphuric acid and
lime. It is difficult to wash in salt wa
ter because it contains muriatic acid,
and the soda of soap combines with tbo
muriatic acid cf the salt water and pro
Ho-lu-Us, for Fifty Cents.
Guarant"-! tobacco habit cure, malm bmV
sea su-ocg, blood pare, toe, L All draccUts.
Motfs Nerverine Pills
au uii v u u .
, m i n n va I
.mmO' crncrativf or-
ana oat ajff a 'ii.it lisu. rinf of cither
teXf tuch ac Nervous Procrmtion, Failing or
lost Manhood, ImpoUncv, Nihtry Emit
ions, Youthful Errors Menial worry, ex
cessive use ol Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity.- $1jOO
per box by mill; 6 bow lot $5X0.
Fcr sale bv Jt F- Bahosen, ilructritt, corner
Pourth avenue and T wentleta street.