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VOL,. XL.VII. NO. 2G
ROCK ISLiAXD, ILL,., MONDAY, JUL! 31, 1899.
PRICE THKEE CENTS.
SCOURGE RIGHT HERE
Dreaded Yellow Fever Reported
Among the Veterans of a
Soldiers' Home. , -
THIRTY 0AEE3 AND THREE DEATHS
X tbe Xewi from the Home Snr Hirnp-
too. Ta. a allow Terror Said to Ban
Been Discovered Three Days Ago Great
Zxeltement at Newport ewl and Old
Point Sternberg Baa Beard Nothloj
Wjmin Not Sore at Present.
Washington, July 31. Surjreon
Gen. Sternberg received the follow
ing from Surgewn Dewittat Fcrt Men
roe: "At 4 o'clock p. m. yesterday
Surgeon i'efue, of the marine hospital
service and quarantine oflicer, otKcially
stated that yellow fever existed at the
National soldiers1 home at Hampton
Thirty-four cases are reported with
Sit flesifria " Ail if i '.an f VfKIii Tvhr,
wa at rort Monroe yesterday when
the "official report was made, says
from all. accounts there is little doubt
that the -conditions are serious and
there Is no telling bow far the infec
tion nas reached. Many excursion
parties hare ooie to the soldiers'
home and mingled with the soldiers
there. Corbiu declares there is not
the least question as to the character
of the disease. The inmates are vet
erans of the war of the rebellion.
Orders were issued by the war de
partment removing the garrison at
Fort Monroe, all except a small guard.
to some point on the northern coast
to be selected by Gen. Merritt.
Effect on Board of Trade.
Chicago, July 31. The outbreak of
yellow fever at the .National soldiers
home at Hampton, Va., cansed activ
ity and a break in provisions today
on the board of trade. The weakness
was especially apparent on pork in
which the liquidation was heavy, per
sistent, and broke at 5U cents a Ijarrtl.
The grain markets were also weak in
Thirty Canes and Three Deaths.
Newnort News. Va.. July 31. Th
are thirty cases of what Is believed to
bo genuine yellow fever at the Na
tlonal Soldiers" Home near Hampton,
and three deaths from the dUeasa
were reoprted yesterday. There were
several other deaths at the Institution
Saturday, but it cannot be stated that
all of them were caused by yellow
fever. Newport News and Hampton
quarantined against the soldiers' home
tola morning. The government an
tbwritiea at Old Point had already
adopted tUls step, and no strangers are
allowed to enter the reservation. Qar
antine Officer Hobson. of this port,
went to the Soldiers' Home last night
and verified the statement that there
are now thirty canes of the disease at
the home and that there were thrca
deaths from the malady.
Keen In the Home Tlirre Day.
While no one outside of the Soldiers'
Home knew anything about the exist
ence of yellow fever until yesterdny. It
Is said that the disease made its ap
pearance three days ago. The most
rigid quarantine regulations will be
enforced to prevent the spread of the
malady. The news has created preat
excitement in Newport News. Old Point
and Hampton, and the most vigorous
measures will be employed to prevent
its spread. There are 4.000 old vet
erans at the home and several lariie
excursion parties went there last week.
Sternberg 1 Inrredulon.
Washington. July 31. Surgeon Gen
eral Sternberg, of the army, declared
to an Associated Press reporter at a
late hour last night that lie has no
official knowledge of the reported out
break of yellow fever at Hampton. Ho
expressed himself ashighly incredulous
of the truth of the story, saying he had
bad no intimation even of the question
of the fever at Hampton. Still, ho
said, he might not get the earliest news
In such case, as reports probably would
be first sent to the managers of the
board of soldeirs home.
WYMAX 19 SOT CERTAIN.
Beard of the Outbreak Saturday Xl.itat
What He Was Informed,
Washington, July 31. Surgeon Gcn
eral Wyman. of the marine hospital
service, was informed Saturday night
of an outbreak of what was feared to
be yellow fever at the National Sol
diers" Home at Hampton, and.immcdi-
"Want of Watchfulness
Makes the Thief"
Many cases of poor health
come from ivant of watchful
ness. But if you keep your
blood pure no thief can steal
your health. The one effec
tive, natural blood purifier is
Hood" s Sarsaparilla.
Disordered Blood "MyfjLthcrhAs
long been troubled xviih disordered blood a nd
oAk kick. Hood's SrsprtZL3i made
him strong And hejdthy: he tuorks every
day." A. S. Wykes. S. EjLsion. Pa.
Humor " VShert 1 need a blood puri
fier I tike Hood's SatsapatuLa. R cared
my humor nd is excellent as a nerve
toric." Josie Ellon. SUf ford Springs, Cl.
Hond . PtIL rnrrllrrr lll: the nnti-M-rUstlli JU
only cilhtilif to utr with Hood's iSsrMpsrllls.
tely dispatched surgeons lnthesrvice
rrom Wilmington. N. C.'Norfolk and
Washington to investigate the sickenss
there, report on its character to the au
thorities Cere, and take measures to
prevent the spread of the disease. Dr.
Wyman himslf will go to Hampton in a
few days to take charge of the work
of preventing a spread of the disease,
If it develops into genuine yellow fever.
Two of the surgeons dispatched to the
home reported yesterday that the symp
tons very much resembled those of
yellow fever, and that while they could
not be positive in their diagnosis as yet
they were inclined to the belief the ill
cess was the dreaded yellow jack. The
government will adopt strict precau
tionary measures to prevent a spread
of the disease and will fight itsprogress
with all the skill and resources at its
Later. It appears that Dr. Wyman's
information of the reported existence
of yellow fever came in a telegram
from the surgeon in charge of the
Soldiers' Home at Hampton, who ex
pressed fear that the disease was
prevalent there. Dr. Wyman imme
diatcly availed himself of the presence
at Norfolk of Surgeon Wasdin, and
directed that he proceed at once to
Hampton and make a careful examina
tion of the suspects. Yesterday after
noon the surgeon general received a
dispatch from Dr. Wasdin expressing
his conviction that the hospital au
thorities had been correct in theirfears
and that the disease was genuine yel
Norfolk. Va., July 31. The Norfolk
board of health has quarantined against
Old Point, Hampton and Newport
News. Police officers have been sent
out along the water front to watch
for tugs, sailboats and other craft.
There is much excitement. Governor
Woodfin, of the Soldiers' Home, con
firms the report of the existence of
fever there. Hampton has been quar
antined from Old Point and the trolley
cars stopped running to the former
place last night.
FAILED TO RECAPTURE IT.
Filipinos Make a Dath at Calamus bat are
Ixindon, July 31. A Manila dispatch
savs the rebels yesterday attempted
to recapture Calamba, but were easily
repulsed. One American was killed
and six wounded. The Filipino loss
Washington, July 31. Otis cables
The insurgents in considerable force
appeared in the vicinity of Calamba
yesterday. Thev were punished ami
driven oil bv Hall. Our casualties
are one killed and seven wounded
Capt. Simpson, of the 6:h infantry,
struck a robler band of Xegros on the
28th. killing l'J. o casualties. '
SENT HENCE QUICKLY.
Double Electrocution In New York This
Sing Sing, X. Y., Jul7 31. Luis
Pullcrsbu and Michael McDonald were
electrocuted in prison this morning.
1 ullersou, a negro porter, killed bis
coriiniou law wife Kate Smith, while
in New York, in a lit of jealousy.
McDonald, a beef carrier, murdered
Stephen Titus, a timekeeper in the
packing bouse in which Mi-Danalu
was employed, while urunk.
AN IMPORTANT RULING.
Church of England Does Not Permit -
ceniw and ProceaHlonal Lights.
Loudon. July 31 The archbishops
of Canterbury ami lork rendered a
ecision today iu the ritual cases.
l'liev declare the use of incense and
carrying lights in the procession
s not permitted bv the law of the
church of Knpland.
SAMPSON SUES FOR PAY.
Mrglns Proceedings for Prize Money for
Ivestractlon or bpssun rlert.
Washington. Julv 31 Admiral
Sampson today began suit in the su
preme court of the District of Colum
bia in his own lebalf and that of his
men who took part in the destruction
of Cervera's lleet for the prize monev.
The suit is similar to that rccentlv
begun bv Dewev.
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FATAL ENGINE EXPLOSION.
White Clond. pilch-, the Scene of a De
White Cloud, Mich., Julv 31 A
threshing machine engine exploded
today near Big Frairie. Charles and
Alpha Haight, Charles Crabtree,
teorge Overlv, Cecil Priest and liav-
niond Howe were killed and Oscar
Kvans and George Haight severely
Three Deaths Since Saturday.
Norfolk Va., Julv 31 A message
from Gov. Woodlin. of the soldiers'
home at Hampton, says there have
been three deaths since vestcrdav.
Thirty cases are under treatment.
Expert surgeons and immune nurses
are being installed and a rigid quar
rautine is enforced.
Nebraska Boys Ashore.
Sai Vranciso, July 31. The Ne
braska regiment came ashore this
morning. Immense crowds lined the
streets, and cheered the war worn
Rostoa Messengers Strike.
Boston. July 31. Messengers of
the Boston District company struck
this morning for an increase in pay.
Mrs. Kate Chaso-pragjne Dead.
Washington, Julv 31. Mrs. Kate
Chase-Sprsgue died at her country
Home near here at d tbi morning.
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BOYCOTT IS VIGOROUS!
Second Phase of the Cleveland
Strike More Trouble Than
PEOPLE WHO EIDE OS THE 0AE3
Come Coder the Colon Anathema Haran
tha Medicine Refused to the Sick for
Defianco of the Boycott Novel Strike
Situation at Chicago Probable Devel
opment of the Mine Strike at EvanSTille,
Ind. General Walk-Out Proposed.
Cleveland, July ST. Notwithstand
ing the fact that big crowds were upon
the street Saturday there were no out
breaks of violence, and apparently very
little attention was paid to the Big
Consolidated cars, which ran on all
lines on schedule time. On the south
side and out Broadway to Newburg the
cars were run practically empty, but
the east side lines especially those
running to the parks were well pat
ronized, though they carried fewer pas
sengers by far than usual on fair Sun
days. Kicid Boycott Is Now "On."
Although order has been practically
restored within the city the strike has
resolved itself into a general boycott
of the Big Consolidated company and
everybody who rides upon its cars. Not
only are merchants being punished for
riding on the tabooed cars, but they
are warned against selling goods to
other people who do ride, on threat of
losing the trade of union men. In
stances are given in which druggists
have refused to sell medicine to people
who were accused of patronizing the
Big Consolidated, and physicians have
been boycotted for riding on the cars
while going to see their patients.
en. Axline Will Go to Law.
The boycott of the troops has aroused
the ire of Adjutant General Axline,
who declares that there is a state law
to punish people who interfere with
the militia. The police have begun to
deal with the rioters more severely
Heretofore they have been arraigned
for misdemeanors. Hereafter they will
be charged with felony. One prisoner
was bound over to the grand jury Sat'
urday on the charge of stone throw'
ing. The maximum penalty for that
offense is thee years' imprisonment in
the penitentiary. This action was tak
en by the police on the order of Mayor
Farley, who insists that the rioters
have been dealt with too leniently in
the police court.
A pplanse In a Church.
A number of ministers preached on
the strike yt sterday. At the First Meth
odist Kpiscopal church Rev. Louis Al
bert. Banks took occasion to denounce
the'vlolence that had taken place and
condemned the proposed boycott as
highwaymen's tactics. He was loudly
applauded by the large ''congregation
present, some of the people clapping
their bands and others pounding on
the floor with canes. When the ap
plause had subsided an aged member
of the church went forward and deliv
ered a short address, indorsing what
the minister said. He then called upon
all who indorsed the sentiment ex
pressed to rise, and the whole congre
gation stood up and reclamed standing
lor some time.
CHICAGO'S STRIKE NOVELTY.
Men Who Km ploy Colon Men the Ones
Who Are Suffering.
Chicago, July 31. A strange anomoly
of the strike situation is that the man
ufacturers who employ union brick-
makers have done nothing to offend.
but still it is their yards that have
been shut down, while the non-union
yards, whose offense is in not employ
ing exclusively men with union cards,
are running full force and are incon
venienced In no way by the strike. The
non-union manufacturers declare that
they will pay no attention to the
strikers, but will go on making brick
and ship them or store them. As long
as their men are satisfied and are re
ceiving practically the same wages as
the union scale they claim that the
union has no grounds upon which to
Refusal of the north side manufac
turers to attend the conference Satur
day called by the masons and builders
In relation to the strike dispelled any
hope of -a speedy adjustment of the
tangle, which has led to a cessation
of nearly all building operations in the
NEXT MOVE AT EVANSTILLE.
General Strike of All the Colon Men in the
"Pocket" City Proposed.
Evansvile, Ind.. July 31. Repre
sentatives of the various trade organi
zations of the city held a meeting yes
terday afternoon and decided to call
all union men in the city out in a week
if the coal operators refused to grant
the demands of the miners and sign
the Chicago scale. This will mean
the suspension of practically every in
dustry In this city. There were no dis
turbances yesterday at the coal mines,
where deputy sheriffs were stationed.
National Committeeman Fred Dilcber,
of the United Mine Workers, left this
morning for Iridianapolis, where he
will consult with Governor Mount and
ask him to disarm the non-union min
ers of this city.
Secretary Alger at Washington.
Washington. July 31. Secretary Al
ger and Mrs. Alger returned to Wash-
ngton yesterday afternoon. The sec
retary will formally relinquish control
of the war department today and his
successor. ElihuT Root, will take hold.
Senator Burrows, of Michigan, returned
to the city on the - same train, but
neither knew of the other's presence on
the train, until it was some distance
out of New York.
Valencia Arrives at Manila.
Manila, July 30. 5 p. m. The United
States transport Valencia which sailed
from San Francisco, Jane 29. with re
inforcements for the American troops
in the Philippines, has arrived here.
REPUBLICANS OP IOWA .
Gathering at Des Moines for the State Cea.
Tention Prbabl 1 itles.
Des Moines, la., July 31. Delegates
and politicians are .'gathering here for
the Republican state convention which
meets on Wednesday. The convention
will be composed of 1.2S0 delegates,
end practically all of them will be in
attendance. The convention will meet
in the new Auditorium, which is ca
pable of seating 3,500 persons. Charles
E. Pickett, of Waterloo, will be the
temporary chairman. The convention
will renominate Governor L. M. Shaw,
Lieutenant Governor J. C. Hillman,
State Superintendent of Schools R. C
Barrett and Railroad Commissioner E.
The only contest will be on the su
preme judgship. for which there are
the following candidates: O. S. Robin
son, present incumbent; George W.
Burnham, John C. Sherwin. George D.
Giffen. T. M. Fee, Sloan and one or
two others. The platform will indorse
the St. Louis platform and McKinley's
administration, including the war pol
icy in the Philippines, and will prob
ably contain an anti-trust plank. There
is no leading state issue.
LUETGEEFS .TWO CONFESSIONS.
Two Affidavits That the Batcher Admitted
Killing II Wile.
Chicago, July 31. Frank Fay Pratt,
the palmist who last week' announced
that Luetgert. the wife-murderer, had
confessed his crime to him, the palmist
promising to say nothing until after
Luetgert's death,' comes forward now
with an aQdavit to the truth of his
statement, duly subscribed and sworn
to before a notary public.
In addition comes The Tribune with
the story that almost frem the begin
ning of the butcher's trial the state's
attorney had a practical confession
locked hp in his desk. This confession
was made to a fellow prisoner and is
backed by his affidavit who told Luet
gert that the prosecution would have
to find the body of his wife before it
could convict him. In reply to this
Luetgert is represented as saying:
"Then I am all right, because they
can't do that. There ain't any of it
Mrs. Luetgert's body left."
More Soldiers from Manila.
San Francisco. July 31. The United
States transport Hancock, having on
board the soldiers of the First Ne
braska regiment United States volun
teers, arrived Saturday night. Colonel
H. B. Mulford, of the Nebraskans, i3
in command. T don't think you will
see any of rTs returning to Manila very
soon," said Colonel Mulford. in re
sponse to a question. "Just one man
in the entire regiment re-enlisted. Only
twenty-five remained in the Philip
pines to engage In business."
Quarrel Ends wlih Homicide.
Mount Vernon, Ird.. July 31. Point
township, this coun.y. was the scene
of another killing yesterday. Joseph
Bagwell and Joseph Robinson, em
ployes of a shingle mill, became in
volved in an altercation at the break
fast table. Angry words were ex
changed, until liobinson drew his re
volver and fired at Bagwell, the bullet
missing its mark. Bagwell returned the
fire twice,' one bullet striking Robin
son in the breast and causing his death
Kokomo's Automobile Is Still Go in p.
Rochester, N. Y., July 31. A gasoline
aitomobile driven by Elwood Haynes
and Edgar Apperson, which is on the
way from Kokomo, Ind., to Brook
lyn, arrived in this city Friday night
and left Saturday morning for Syra
cuse. The automobile to this point has
covered a little over 600 miles.
Will Welcome fova Soldiers.
Des Moines. Ia., July 31. Governor
Shaw and staff will go to San Francis
co, accompanied by a party of state
officials and other prominent people, to
receive the Fifty-first Iowa volunteers
about Sept. 15. It is expected that a
party of nearly 100 leading Iowans will
receive the regiment at the pier.
' Illinois State Board of Health.
Springfield. Ills., July SL The first
regular examination of the Illinois
state board of health under the law in
force July 1, 1S99. will be held at the
Great Northern hotel, Chicago, on Aug.
1, 2, '3 and 4, 1893. All applicants
should be present at 9 o'clock a. m.,
Tuesday Aug. 1.
Smallpox Epidemic Is Abated.
Indianapolis, July 81. The state
bbard of health has been notified that
there is no more smallpox at Val
paraiso, owing to general vaccination
and the excellent system of quarantine,
Guzman Blanco, ex-president of
Venezuela, is dead at Paris.
A heavy ruin fell in central Illinois
Friday night and Saturday, doing great
good to the corn.
Bishop Thomas A. Becker, of the
Roman Catholic diocese of Savannah,
died at Washington Saturday night.
The United States training ship Alli
ance, which sailed from New London,
Conn., July 3, has arrived at Plymouth,
The wholesale liquor dealers of the
country are girding on their armor for
a lively tilt with the whisky trust, so
it is said.
The plant of the LaCrosse (Wis.)
Wallis Carriage works was destroyed
by fire Saturday night. Loss, $75,000;
H. H. McConnell and his wife, an
aged couple, were killed by lightning
Saturday at their home near Cottage
Grove. Henry county, Te&n.
James Clark, of Quincy, Ills., who
claims to be the oldest Mason in Amer
ica, Saturday celebrated the 100th an
niversary of his birth.
The conference between the Glass
Blowers and Gre?n Glass Manufactur
ers over a wage scale to govern during
the ensuing year is deadlocked.
The American Glass company has
sent out circulars announcing to the
trade an advance of 5 pet cent, in the
price of glass to take effect on Aug. 1.
Francis J. Cur ran, formerly a motor-
man on New York trolley line, is un
der bonds to answer a charge of havis
I THE LONDON I
J $20 Men's Suits $10, $15 Men's Suits $7.48, $10 Men's Suits
$5, $5 Children's Suits $2.
This is the time of year we clean our tables of all spring and summer
clothing. Its our intention to sell every stitch of this season's goods, and if
prices cut any figure it will be done quickly. The grand finale of the big
gest business The London has ever done will be a great sacrifice clearing
sale in our Men's and Boys' Clothing departments. Suits of the best ma
terials and finest workmanship. Worsteds, Cassjmers, Serges, Cheviots,
in fact everything in the way of one, two and three suits of a kind will be
sold for about one-half the former price.
3f Men's suits that were f 20, $18, $16.50, plenty
to select from .
Men's and boys' suits, worth $15, $13.50, $12,
jj&i our price now
V? Men's and boys' suits, worth $12. $10, $8.50,
v for the small sum of
Children's suits, worth $5, $4.50,
fJ J L s. v uuv (
Men's crash suits, coat, vest and
cynamite in ms possession ana mieuu-
ing to blow up the car tracks.
Examinations for Illinois state cer
tificates for teachers will be held this
week from tomorrow to Friday at thu
following cities Chicago, Peoria,
Springfield, Efijngham, Urbana, Free
pert and Carbondale.
BASE BALL STANDING.
Chicago Orphans Have a Sale Place Abont
the Middle of the Row.
Chicago, July 31. Saturday's League
scores at base ball were: At Cincin
natiNew York 8, Cincinnati 9; at St.
Louis Brooklyn C, St. Louis 4; at
Pittsburg Washington 5, Pittsburg C;
at Chicago Philadelphia 7, Chicago 6;
at Louisville Stopped by rain in third
inning. (Sunday) At St. Louia Brook
lyn 9, St. Louis 5; at Cincinnati New
York 4, Cincinnati 5: at Louisville
Cleveland 2, Louisville 9; (second
game) Cleveland 13. Louisville 16; at
Chicago Washington 7, Chicago 3.
Western League: At Buffalo Mil
waukee 5. Buffalo 4; (second game)
Milwaukee 12, Buffalo 4; at Detroit
St. Paul 1, Detroit 7; at Indianapolis
Minneapolis 1, Indianapolis 4; at
Grand Rapids Kansas City 8, Grand
Rapids 18. (Sunday) At Buffalo
Milwaukee 6, Buffalo 12; at Detroit
St. Paul 9, Detroit G; at Grand Rapids
Kansas City 3, Grand Rapids 15; at
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
87 00 1 27 .C90
83 03 33 .CIS
86 51 35 .593
85 50 35 .583
81 50 30 .581
.85 46 39 .541
86 41 42 .512
87 44 43 .606
85 37 48 .435
84 35 49 .417
90 33 57 .366
89 15 -74 .169
MICHIGAN BOY KIDNAPED.
relieved to Have Been Stolen to Obtain a
Reward for Return.
Houghton, Mich., July 31. Joseph,
the 10-year-old son of Charles Ruelle,
disappeared last Friday afternoon. Hid
father believing that the lad has been
stolen has offered a reward of $500 for
his safe return or information to his
recovery. When last seen the boy, who
has dark eyes and complexion, with
small and rather sharp features, was
dressed in a blue striped calico waist,
with dark knee breeches, black stock
in ss and shoes and a dark cap.
Ruelle s wife died recently, and the
boy now missing is an only son.
Knowing the father to be wealthy, it is
believed the lad has been stolen by
some of the many suspicious characters
with which the copper district is filled
and is being held for ransom.
, Abducted Roy Returns Home
Columbus, O., July 31. Mourned as
dead for five days and as many nights,
Jesse Castle, a hoy age.1 8, has re
turned to his borne. During all the
time that his grandmother, with whom
he lived, mourned him as dead the
child was the prisoner of some colored
brute, for whom friends, relatives and
farmers in the vicinity of Gahanna and
Delaware, are now on the bnnt.
"Like diamond raindrops glisten.''
Drops of Hood's Sarsaparilla are prec
ious jewels for the blood which glisten
in their ase.
pants, wortb $2.50,
Clothing Until Yoa Visit the Big
Homes for Sale.
7-room house, modern, on Nineteenth
9-room bouse, modern, on Beventeenlb
to-room bouse, modern, on Third avenue 3 NO
It-room house on Twelfth street S.T0O
"-room home on Twelfth street
7-room house, on Seventh avenue 2,'W)
U-room house on Eighteenth street 3..t00
Modern house on Seventh avenue H.ftOO
Three 5 room houses on Forty llrst street -1.400
7-room house on Korty-tlrst street l.WW
Modern house on Forty-third street. 7,500
7- room house on Twenty-second street,
9-room house, bricit. on First avenue 3,floO
8- room house on Twenty-first street, fur
nace, modern 3 500
S-room house on Seventeenth street, new 3,000
7-room house on Forty-lirst street, two
7-room house and 16 lots on Ninth street.. 2.KS0
7-room house on Thirteenth avenue 2,fi00
7-room house on Thirteenth avenue 2,500
4- room bouse on Ninth avenue &00
5- room house on Ninth street f"0
Two e-rooin bouses on Ninth street, each. 1,000
2 story business Mock on Second avenue,
lot runninsr to First avenue 7,000
40 acres near Vihin. cheap.
Two good business lota on Third avenue
Several fine lots In Rlaek Tlawk, Sturgeon,
Schnell and South Park additions onTeasona
Manv line ho-es In Columbia ana Sonth
Park, Ojyer's addition and Aloline, for Kale
cheap and on e:Lsy terms.
lieal estate, lire and lire Insurance.
Much of the property that we have can be
bouirbt on monthly installment at a low rale
of interest. Kansas. Nebraska and South Da
kota improved farms for Rale cheap. Small
farms in Kock Island c junty for sale or trade.
Call or write,
HULL & CO.,
Mitchell & Lynde Building, Room 21.
The only Cement that is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A. J. Kiess. 2229 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and 38th S
Otto Kudert, 5th Ave. and Elm St
AH kinds of repairing, and
plumbing, gas and steam
lifting done quickly and in a
thorough manner. Supplies
furnished ' and every order
given prompt attention
1805 First Avenue.
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The greatest and the
best line in the three
cities. Snaps for those
who buy now.
Wonderful line of
combination cases and
We are money sav
ers, that is the Idea.
Davenport Furniture and
824, 324, S28 Brady St., Darenport