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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGUB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1890.
Will begin the sale of a decidedly advantageous purchase of
RIBBONS just consummated by our Mr. L. S. McCabe.
Will open the ball with 3720 yards ATT. SILK ex
tra quality crown edge moire RIBBONS,
Nos. 5, 7, 9, 12 and 16.
Have divided them in two lots; your choioe at about HALF PRICE-
LOT ONE CONTAINS
ALL FIVES AND SEVENS,
No 6 and 7
Your choice at 9 cents per yard.
We have sold Ribbons for many years. This is the BEST BARGAIN we
have ever offered you. BE IN ''EARLY.
Did you know the FALL MILLINERY season had begun? To empha
size the fact, we will sell while they last, Ladies' R. and R. Straw Sailor
H.us at 8 cents each
New Fall Shapes in Straw Hats. Felt Hats, Wool Felt Hats, Ladies'
Cloth Caps- Low prices on FINE MILLINERY all through the line
Feathers. Quills, Plumes, Tips and Trimmings.
In our Fancy Work Department, new Stamped Linens and Drapery
In ourlDry Goods-Department, special values in Cotton Flannels and
Muslins received too late to quote prices. NEW DRESS GOODS
Butterick's Patterns and Fashion Sheets for September
1712, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Hecond Avenuk.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing. Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Hakpkr Hopsic.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvOIIJN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough SyrupE
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and new fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TliY IT 10c' 5c and 50(5 BotUes
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach troubles, ia
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
25c a Bottle Samples free.
LOT TWO CONTAINS
Nos. 9, 12 and 10.
Your choice at
12 1-8 CENTS PER YARD.
5 c -
- -5 u
a c a
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
Druggist, Rock Island.
HE WAS MURDERED.
The Cold Blooded Assassination of
Shot Down ly a Half Breed at Fisher,
Minn. Th Remain to be Brought
to Kork Inland.
The killinfi; of Dr. Wm. J. Bahnsen at
Fisher, Minn., of which all the particu
lars obtainable at that time were Given in
last evening' Asoca, was nothing other
than (lehben te and cold blooded mur
der. , A special from Fisher to today's
inter- Ocean contains this further infor
mation concerning the cruel and deplora
This villace (9 wild with excitement
over a cold Wooded murder committed
here this mo -ning. As Dr. W. J. Bahn
sen, of Crookaton, stepped off the west
bound train nt 7:25 o'clock. Hnnre T?nu.
sell stepped up to him, and, without a
tru, noi mm twice, once in the neck
and once in the head. lie lived about an
hour but wat; unconscious. After the first
shot Btlinse 1 cried "Holil oni" and at the
second shrt fell lo the platform.
Aftfrtliesh(rotinj5 Russell run through the
town with tlie revolver still in his hand,
and escaped to the woods. He has
threatened for some time to sboot Bthii
sen, aliening that he held a letter from
his (Russell ) wife, who is now in Lis
bon, N D , to the i-tfect that Bihnsen
had seduced her while professionally at
tending her last winter. This evening
Russell went to Crookston and surrend
ered to the itutborities. He was lodged
in jail. Ttie people of this place where
Dr. Bahnsin's widow lives are much
wrought up over the assasiination. and
threaten to take Russell from jail and
Mr. F. W. Bahnsen. brother of the de
ceased, ami oldest son of Mr. and Mrs
F. H. L. Bahnsen, was seen by an Ar
aus representative this morning, and
said that the remains had (been shipped
to Rock Island for interment, acccom
paniej by the widow, and would
be here either tonight or in the morning
the funeral to occur at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Mr. Bahn.'en al9o stated this morning
that ou a recent visit to his brother at
Crookston, Minn., his home, he had in
formed hi tn that he had had trou
ble with a half-breed namel Russell.
living ovtr the Dakota border, who
had threatened his life. The doctor
also told his Rock Island brother
the circumstances which led to the bad
feeling, hu having , called at Russell's
house one nieht to make a professional
visit, bein? the family physician, and
having bet n sent for on this occasion, and
found Russell brutally beating his wife.
Or. B.thnfen interfered in behalf of the
defenseless woman, whom he advised
then and there to seek separation from
her husband. Russell flew into a dsssiod
and ordered the doctor from the bouse
and also threatened to kill him if be ever
met him again. His imputation about
Dr. Babnsen's criminal intimacy with his
wife. Mr. Bahnsen believes to be a con
coction af -er he was captured to create
sympathy and escape the mob violence
threatened by the indignant public.
laid to Rent.
The fur .ral of Matt Richardson, of
Edgingtoo, mentioned in yesterday's
A rods, and which drew such a large
number of sympathizing friends from this
city, was one which clearly evinced the
high esteem in which the young lad was
held. Tbe impressive sermon on the oc
casion as delivered by Rev. Johnson
from the ten, Ps. 48:1, "The Lrd is our
refuse and strength, a very present help
in troublis." The mourning concourse was
a large one, over one hundred vehicles
being In the procession. A pillow ot
flowers tearing tbe name of the deceased
was sent by mourning friends. The com
munity in which be lived deeply mourn
his untimely taking off.
mprovi'PieiiiM at the. ln Work.
The United Glass company, which re
gards th'3 Rock Island plant one of the
best of tbe number in its possession, is
making some substantial improvements at
the worl:s. One, and probably two new
flattening ovens will be put in and also a
new gas blowing furnace. A new ware
house for the storing of salt and coke if
to be erected.
Mr. H. C. Schafer has been promoted
to the .osition of manager of the indus
try and N. G. Osterman promoted to tbe
superin tendency of the works in place of
Mr. Schafer, who will henceforth be'
found at the desk so long occupied by
Mr. Phil Mitchell when the Rock Island
com pat. v was in possession of the works
Mnrritw sad Mympaihy.
At a meeting of the officers of tbe La
dies' Industrial Relief society this morn
ing the following resolutions were adop
Whkreas, Ood in his providence has
by a fatal accident removed from our
midst Mrs. J. II. Wilson.
Jlelved, That we deplore the loss of a
beloved coworker and friend, one whose
ready sympathy and hearty cooperation
has m aerially aided in out work.
Jiedved, That our sympathy be ex
tended to tbe bereaved husband, sons
Raised. That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of the society.
be inserted in the daily papers, and that
a cop j be sent to the immediate friends.
A (old watch was stolen from a ca
boose in the Rock Island yards last
A thief attempted to steal a shirt-from
Mr. I. Bamberger this morning, but the
recent experience of that merchant with
a coat thief was still fresh in bis mind
and he nabbed the scamp and turned him
over to Officer Sexton, who took him to
Gr od wages paid for a good reliable
cook. Inquire at 714 Twentieth street
after Aug. 28th.
The declining powers of old age may
be wonderfully recuperated and sus
tained by the daily use of Uood s warsap
A large' and beautiful assortment of
French candies just received at Krell &
Math's. Step in and have them put you
up 11 box to take home.
E. & M. stands for Krell & Math, who
have the finest and purest ice cream in
The Satillete passed do n.
The C. W. Cowles and Irene D. brought
down eight strings of los
The stage of the water sticks at 2:85;
the temperature on tbe bridge at noon
The Julia and West Rambo came
through tbe draw with seven strings of
The Kit Carson, A. J. Whitney. J. W.
Van Sant. C. J. Caffrey. Irene D. and
Louisville all passed up.
Al. Hucbison and Beverly Artis, the
colored thief, and white boy accomr 'ice,
who have been in jail for some time for
vagrancy, were taken before Magistrate
Wivill this morning and held in $200
bonds for the burglary of Williams'
Bros', machine shop in Moline.
The Vixen, the government steamer,
yesteiday began operations on the Otter
island bar. The plan includes tbe con
struction of one or two dams that will
direct the stream so as to force an en
trance through the crest, of the bar. Tbe
steamer Lucia and thu Vixen's barge will
assist in the work.
Word has been sent along the line that
a fourteen foot rise is coming down out of
the Chippewa river and riyer men un
smiling broad smiles in consequence.
This flaod of water will mtike a difference
of two feet here at Rock Island and a
corresponding difference at lower points
and will do away temporarily with the
present great obstacle to navigation the
There are now only two boats a week
each way. The St. Paul made her last
trip the other day. 8he will probably ply
the lower river, but the Diamond Jo boats
will do all the business on the upper
Mississippi. The St. Paul is taken off
because the amount of business now of
fering doe's not justify the running of
more than the regular boats of tbe line.
The removal of the inspector's office
from Galena to Dubuque has not thrown
the newly appointed inspectors out of of
flae after all, though the contrary was
announced, to the delight of a good many
steamboatmen. Capts. C. F. Yeager
and J. H. Knapp will be the first
local inspectors of steamboats for
the Dubuque district. The board in
whose hands rests the appointment of
the inspectors, and composed of Super
vising Inspector Sloane, Judge Shiras and
Collector Fengler held a meeting in Du
buque one week ago Tuesday, says the
Galena Gazelle, at which the appointment
of the Galena inspectors for the new dis
trict was agreed upon. All that remains
to give them full title of office is the en
dorsement of the appointments by Secre
tary Windom, which is but a formality.
Tbe meeting was held in secret, and many
an aspiring Dubuquer, with an eye to
either job, is still living in anticipation ot
his own appointment to the place already
filled. Galena people are sorry to lose
Capts. Knapp and Yeager, but they will
congratulate them on not losing their
heads by the removal of the office.
GEN. KILIBUSTER TRIUMPHS,
tie Has a New Kohrme by Which H
Paralyze lluaii!as in the Ifne.
Washington CiTr, Aug. ?T. It takes a
mighty smart man to outwit "Gen. Fili
buster." It was supposed that when the
house adopted a rule enabling the speaker
to couut. members actually present in the
house, but n. t voting in order to break a
quorum, the general had been efficiently
aended off. But a new way of evading the
rules has been discovered and put in prac
tice. When a quorum is actually present
ipon a call of the house, aud b vote is or-
lered'ou a qnestiou which a minority is
Ughting, thoy silently steal away, so that
'.hey are corporeally absent at roll-ctill,
thus miik inn it impossible for the speaker
to count t hem.
Application of the Netr Tactics.
This was the case yesterday when the
fight took place on the question whether
the lard bill or the anti-option bill was be
fore the house. The speaker decided in
favor of the former on the ground that
the previous question had leen ordered
I hereon Saturday when the house ad-
ourneu for lack of a quorum. The oppo
nents of the lard bill held that the nnti
optiou bill having Ixwn made the special
jrder for yesterday, it displaced ie lard
bill, and among t he men who tililmslered
against the speaker yesterday was Mason
of Chicago, n Republican. Upon every
itt-iiit to take a vote, although just pre
viously there had been a quorum in their
seats, the result was iioqunrum, the mem
bers having left the chamber for the
Train Makes a Hold "Ilefl."
Finally Cannon offered a resolution in-
Itrunting the sergeant-at-arma to notify
absentees to return, and revoking all
leaves; also giving a list of memlwrs who
answered to their names at roll-call, and
then did not vole. This raised a
commotion, many Democratic mem
bers declaring that it conveyed a censure
and others saving that they obeyed their
constituents nlrue. Oram was one of
these latter. He announced that he was
not to be bulldozed. He said that, he went
out of the chain ler intentionally to avoid
being counted as present aud not vntiug.
tie had a right to do that, and no vote of
censure would stop him, and this is why
no business was done yesterday. It re
mains to be seen whether there is any
way of meeting the new difficulty.
A SPECIMEN IRISH BOYCOTT.
Iiie System That llishop 0'lwyer Is In
Dad Odor for nnuncini.
Iinpon, Aug. 27. Despite clerical con
demnation f he boycott is still employed
largely as a political weapon in Ireland,
and tbe system is especially strong iu the
west. The case of a man named Ryan,
living near Limerick, is being cited as a
proof of the thoroughness with which th
plan is carried out. Ryan has been striv
ing since 1M87 to live on an evicted farm.
For speeches denouueing Ryan two mem
bers of parliament (Finucane and Sheehy),
the Rev. Father Marinan, and others were
sentenced to imprisonment. The congre
gation left the gallery in-the chapel as soon
as Ryan entered it. f
Couldn't Even Ray Groewrles,
A grocer in Limerick sent a messenger
after him and returned him money paid
for goods ordered, as soon as he knew to
whom the articles had been sold. Ryan
was shadowed at fairs until the police be
gan shadowing the shadowers, aud he
could not get his horses shod. A firm that
bail always repaired his uiowiug machine
refused to do so any longer, and be has
been subjected, he declares, to "all tbe an
noyances and inconvenience that human
ingenuity can devise." But he still holds
on. It is for denouncing this sort of pro
scription thnt lii.hop 0'D.vyer is bated
bv the Irish Nationalists.
For a delicious dish of ice cream or'a
fine box of candy, go to Krell & Math's,
and get the best.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
Peaches by the basket at May's.
O. J. Dimick. of Chicago, is in the
H. Scooler. otherwise the magician,
Signor Blitz, is at the Harper.
.Mr. Wm. Jackson was in Port Byron
on legal business this morning.
Mrs. A. A. Rogers returned last even
ing from her visit to Frederick, Iowa.
Mrs. J. S. Dart, of Norfolk. Neb., is
visiting her mo tbe; and sister in the
Mr. Robert Lee, superintendent of the
Cable mines at Cable, was in the city to
day on business.
C G. Gaver and wife and Miss Burns
returned yesterday from a trip on tbe
Verne Swain to Clinton.
. Mr. W. H. Whisler and daughter. Miss
Louise Whisler, have returned from a
pleasant visit to friends up the river.
Mrs. F. J. Middleditch and Miss Mari
on Potter, of Freeport, arrived in the
city this morning on a visit to relatives.
Mrs. Dr. Ratlibun, of Crab Orchard,
Neb., arrived last evening to visit her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Honens, of
Will J. Heff. of Rural, clerking for
some time with G. R. Sydnor, of Milan,
has accepted a position with Willard Ba
Gottlieb Zwii ker. who has been acting
as bar tender for Mr. Fred Appclquist
for some lime, is about to engage else
where in tbe city.
Mr. P. C. Wilson, father of Mrs. Dr
Matthews, of Milan, aud son, Samuel, of
Pittsburg, returned home this morning,
after a pleasant visit with relatives.
Mr. F. P. Welch, who bas been en
gaged in railroad construction work for
Mr. . P. Reynolds In the south and
southwest, arrived home last evening.
Qtiincy got tbe pennant of this year's
Interstate baseball league, now defunct.
A number of trood ball players are with
out positions on account of the league's
Wm. Nevins left last night for Gales
burg with several teams and grad
ing outfits to take charge of the big
paving contract of Atkinson & Oloff, in
. B McKown expects a large supply
of hard wood in a few days and will make
a special price for immediate delivery.
Soft coal and kindling wood at lowest
Mr.and Mrs. Lorenzo Parmenter.of Ed
gington township, started this morning
on their nineteenth annual visit to their
sons, Edward L. and Geo. D. Parmenter,
near Oilman, Iowa.
Hon. W. F. Crawford, of Edgington,
was in tbe city today. He bas a very
lame leg and says he got it in a
car load of cattle that politics had noth
ing to do with it.
TneC. M. & St. P. road has shown
its appreciation of Agent Holmes by pro
viding bim with an elegant new desk
Holmes, however, is still the chief orna
ment at the St. Paul office.
Mr. E. B. McKown bas declined to ac
cept the position of secretary of the
Monmouth Y. M. C. A., and will renin in
in bis position as bookkeeper for Mr. E.
G. Frszer and continue his own wood
and coal office on First avenue.
Messrs. Arthur Burrall, J. M. Mont
gomery, C. W. Negus, J. C. Adams, B.
Henderson, Thos. Schindler and others
of this city, and J. A. Wilson and A.
Donaldson, of Rural, took in the Cam
bridge fair today.
The C, B. & Q. authorities refused to
grant "Prof." Huebner ibe use of their
Burlington bridge for bis jump Monday.
Tbe Q. evidently wants to play no part in
demises, or run the risk of it, when there
is a way to avoid it.
Engineer E. B. Cropper, of the C, R.
I. & P.. will move his family to Chicago.
The new running arrangement on the
Illinois division bss made it desirable
that he live at the other end if he cares
to enjoy the comforts of a home.
Geo. Soland, wife aud sister have re
turntd from an extended western trip,
during which they visited Manitou, Pike's
Peak and other Colorado points of inter
est. He is again in active discharge of
his duties as track master of tbe C, B. &
Maj. L. M. Buford and Mr. Gus Stengel
returned home last evening from an en
joyable trip up the river as far as Du
buque on the Gen. Barnard. They speak
in glowing terms of the hospitality of
Capt. Durham, and only regret that tbey
could not accompany him further north.
The premium list of the thirty-seventh
annual fair of the Mercer county agricul
tural board has been received. The fair
is to be held at Aledo, Sept. 16-19; tbe
amount offered in premiums is 4,000,
and there are numerous attractions of
fered such as will make the exposition
one of the best ever held in this section
of tbe state.
Supt. Sudlow, of tbe R. I. & P.. has
already completed arrangements for a
special train aervice to the state fair
grounds at Peoria Sept. 29 to Oct. 3
Special trains will run from Kork Island
to Peoria on Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of fair week, leaving Rock Island
at 6:15 a. m. and reach Peoria at 9:55,
and'leave for return at 8 p. m.
The directors of the Rock Island Plow
company elected Mr. Phil Mitchell presi
dent this afternoon. Mr. J. S. Gilmore,
who has so successfully and efficiently
acted in that executive position for sevs
eral years, having declined a reelection.
Tbe directors have evinced much wisdom
in the choice of a president, having se
lected one of Rock Island's most widea
wake, enterprising and successful young
Engineer Wm. Johnpon, of the C. R
I. & P., left for Chicago on business last
evening. He bas lust finished a thirty
day's vacation while bis engine was in
the shops for repairs. Johnson is one of
the oldest and most trustworthy engineers
in the employ of the Rock Island road
and has been selected this year to have
charge nf one of tbe trains to the state
fair grounds atDes Moines.
Census enumerators are getting anx
ions about their pay. The finance divi
sion of tbe census office Is at work exam
ining tbe accounts of the enumerators
which have been received and upon which
thei pay will be based. These examina
tions are progressing at tbe rate of 800 a
day, and already 17.000 accounts have
been examined, but it will be some weeks
before the last voucher can be sent
The Holmes syndicate track laying
force completed tbe laying of the con
necting curves at the Nineteenth street
intersection this mornine. and then
turned attention to a similar job at Fif
teenth street. Inspector of Streets Lloyd
is taking out those abnoxious bumps at
Nineteenth street in replacing tbe pave
ment, the tearing up of which was made
necessary, by putting in of the new
Conductor Davenport, of the "Firefly,"
on the C, R. I. & P., bad a lively tussle
with a tramp who attempted to -steal a
ride two and a half miles below Musca
tine tbe other night. The tramp struck
Davenport several times with a knife,
inflicting ugly gashes before be was
finally thrown from tbe train. He was
caught at Washington, Iowa, yesterday
morning, and turned over to the sheriff
Marshal Miller and Officer Kramer
played firemen for a few hours this
mornine. A burnioc pile of rubbish on
the river front having annoyed and
alarmed the residents of tbe neighbor'
bood, and it being impossible to get any
of the companies of our "excellent vol
unteer fire department" by telephone, the
marshal and officer took the matter in
their own bands, got a section of hose at
the Franklin hose house, and put oat the
The work of excavation on Twentieth
street prepratory to the putting in of the
pavement by the nock ford Construction
companv is beiog pushed under tbe direc
tion of F.' W. Carpenter, superintendent
of construction, who said this morning
that be expected not only to finish up the
nine blocks specified on Twentieth street
this fall, but he expected to have the
fulfillment of the lower Second avenue
contract well under way by the time the
first freeze up comes.
The finest car load lot of marketable
cattle that has ever been brought to Rock
Island came in on tbe R. I. & P. last
night, Supt. Sudlow having sent a spec
ial crew out to Reynolds to bring the
train in. There were forty tw head in
all, the average weight being 1,741
pounds, white some of tbe individual
weights were 2.000, 1,970. 1.950 and
1.900. The cattle were purchased by
Meigs Wail, of Reynolds, for the Chicago
market, of Geo. D. Miller, of Mercer
county, and Mr. Wait says the lot is the
best he has handled in his experience of
twenty-one years as a stock buyer.
The parade of the labor organizations
of the city on next Monday, La
bor day, will form on Market square at
8'30 sharp. The column will b headed
by a band and provided with fl tgs and
banners. T. A. Pender will act as mar
shal of the days with the following assist
ants: J. A. Genung. L. A 800; Peter
Scblemmer, painters: Wm. Bleuer, cigar
makers; Louis Englin, tailors; Hamlin
Hull, iron moulders; Gustav Klotz, car
penters; M. H. Sexton, 1957 K. L.; J. R.
Gordon, switchmen; John McConochie,
stone cutters: T. F. Wheelan, printers.
K. & M. for ice cream and fine can.
Of 5000 Yards
t5TS2 l-oC QUALITY.
All the New Fall Shades.
No. WW. and 1614, Third Ave.,
I the cheapest place in the connty to bny Car
riages, Busmen, Paints, Oils, etc.
Top Ruircice S7 4Mt
Open UuKRies 4W M
w srms or
- $200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to flyo times the amount
of the loan.
Intorert 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted froe of charge.
E. W. HURST,
' Attorney at Law
Rooms J and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
This cool weather reminds one that
warmer wraps are needed. Stockinet
jackets, fall weights,, are about the
proper thing. "We show an excellent
variety. Prices begin at $3.85 for a
really good jacket. Onr prices range
from $3.85 to $10.50-
We show more new dress goods.
Have jnst received beautiful new
Parisian robes and special line of
Black Serges. New Sicilians beginning
at 50c a yard, stripes, plaids and other
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEITON & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THS THE BTATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, DLL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Swardaj evening from T to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security.
B. P. REYNOLDS. Pre. ? C. DKSKMAN'S, Vice-Pres. J. Jt. BCFORD, Culler.
P. L. Mitchell. B. P. Reynold. F. C. Denkmtnn. John Crahaaeh. C. F. Lynda,
J. I. Reimere, L. Btmon. E. W. Hairt, J. M. Buford.
Jacksom A Humrr, Solicitor.
HT"Will beein bnloe Jnlj 8, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
until new bank ia completed.
KIRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
First importation of LADIES FALL HATS, an elegant
A large invoice of LADIES' and MISSES' BLACK STRAW
A nice line of Infants and Misses Black Silk CAPS AND
SUMMER HATS at your own price.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank you sincerely for you past favors, and here pledge yoa onr beet effort la taa
fntare. Onr dealings shall be characterized by promptness and the strictest integrity to
onr mutual interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second tTenne.
BOOTS and SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices In tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colon.
An Encyclopedia Talued at fl 00 gien away to each customer baying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call In and let as show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818" Second Arenas.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
tm Tilth Aran.
We have big values in unlaundered
PERFECTION .50 Cents-
SILVER 75 Cents.
Please examine these shirts.
Great valnes, all of them.
G. O. HUCKSTAKDT
the three cities.
leaves no odor. -
pf Muscatine county,