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TILE AKGUS. WEDNESDAY, MAY U:; 1891.
DIED IX TOBTUltE."
The Recent White Cap Atrocity
DEATH OF THE GIRL-WIFE VICTIM.
Am Editor Ordered to Ware the Locality
Because Re Denounced the Dastard
Ied rropTt for Farther Blood
shed if the Viragos Who Pid the Work
Are Arrestett Barbarous Doing !
Chareh Oat Man Killed Oberlin Ja
alors Pnt oa War Paiat.
Nashvuae, TeDn., May 13. A Chatta
nooga, Ten n., special says: As tbe result
of tbe recent White-Cap sensation near
Ducktown, Ten o., its young bride who was
whipped by women White-Caps has since
died after terrible torture. Three men
who were fired on will die of their wounds.
Editor Craig mi lea, of tbe Ducktown Re
porter, was called on bv three armed men
and ordered to leave on account of his
published version of the affair.
More Killlnr Looked For.
He wired his gun and held tbe fort. He
la here, but says be will return to Duck.
tow. - The women who did tbe whipping
are tinder arrets t. but their friends sar thev
hall never go to jail, and a fight is immi
nent Detween tbe mob and tbe officers.
The outcome will be more murder, as the
innaoi tants or tbe section are desperate.
ANOTHER TENNESSEE TRAGEDY.
Tale Time the Diversion Takes Place la a
Ibarra Two Corpse.
Nashville, Tenn.. May 13. A special
from Birmingham, Ala., say L. F. Bur
gess shot and fatally wounded Samuel
G. W. Atwood at Pleasant Valley church,
two mile south of Attalla, Sunday after
noon, ineywere both members of the
church. About two months ago BunresV
on assaulted Atwood's daughter, for
which offense young Burges flad the
country. Hard feelings have existed be
tween tbe two parties ever siuce, and an
aiKruiuua oas Deen ieareo.
Couldn't Wait for a Report.
ben the matter was brought op for
adjustment in tbe church between the
brethren, and while the committee which
had the matter iu baud had retired, tbe
ueiiiKerenis aecidea to fight. Marion
mitn, by inter ferinir, received a strav
shot through the hand. The shooting oc-
curreu in the church, which was filled
with people to the utuiont capacity, but
lortuuately none were shot except Smith
onrl A l 1 . . . .
xjurgess, me elder, escaped.
Fifteen shots were exchanged.
GENERALLY THE OTHER WAY.
Bat This Time a Womaa Gets Cowhided
by a Mas,
WELLSTOX, Ohio. May 13 Peter Gl
lagber, superintendent and mine boss of
the Comet Coal company, and ex-councilman,
gave Miwi Foster a cowhiJing in the
public road. Mr. Gallagher, while in the
council, was the means of having a road
established which pased through the
beautiful farm of Miss Foster, sin vrhir-h
time the young lady Las on every occa
sion, no says, taken it upon herself to in
sult and obstruct Gallagher while on his
way to the mines. Yesterday she stopped
uis carriage ana began clubbing him.
wuen lie tost control ot himself, and gave
uer a cownicing. Both persons are among
STUDENTS ON THE WAR PATH.
Riotous Proceeding Because of some
Stolen Silk Hats.
OEEKLIX. O., May 13 There is a big row
among tbe Btudeuts of Oberlin college
which may result in bloodshed. A few
days ago tbe juniors began missing their
ilk bats, and the thefts were attributed
to tbe seniors. Tbe tronble brewed for a
time, and burst ont in earnest yesterday
morning, wnen tbe juniors armed them
aelvea with hatchets, revolvers, axes, shot
guns, etc., and began parading tbe streets
threatening to kill several members of tbe
senior class. The juniorsattended prayti-s
in their cowboy habiliments, and are still
on the warpath. Warrants have bjen is
sued for the arrest of several of the unruly
Ieserted Her Babe.
CHICAGO. May 13 A well-dressed
woman carried a big basket aboard a
Cottaira Grave aVAmiA i-aw m T ..... l w
street. She left tbe car at Sixteenth street
ana iorgot to lake tbe basket with her. It
remained Unobserved beneath t.tia ..t
until the car reached toe end of the line
at fceventy-nrst street, when the basket
waa examined anrl fnnnrl ts. .,.....,.. -
healthy .boy baby, which was taken to
1 1 .. .1 Ti u n.t: .
tue iijuo a mi m. x -mice si.tit.iuu.
Desperate Flirbt with Tramps.
Madison, Wis., May 13 -Chief Adam
son and four policemen had a desperate
fight with a dozen tramps a mile north of
tbe city. Tbe fellows bad camped on Cat
fish river and were drinking and making
speeches when the police arrived. A
pitched battle ensued in which all parties
were rougbry handled. Tbe tramps were
finally overcome and taken to the county
Skipped with Company Foods.
1 ORE, May 13. James E. Mc-
bill, . a "conductor or the Staten Island
Rapid Transit railroad, has disappeared,
and it is alleged that he took with him
between f 1,000 and 1 1,500 of tbe company's
lunus. superintendent bannon procured
a warrant for the arrest ot McUiU on a
charge of embezzlement.
Gibson Wants a Change.
CHICAGO .May 13. George J. Gibson,
under indictment for attempting to blow
up Sbufeldt's 'distillery, yesterday asked
for a change of venue from Judgas Ket-
telle ana Anthony, tie chances that
these judges -would not give him a fair
Blade Insane by Fright.
Newdubg, N. Y., May 13. While Fan
nie Jackson, of Matte wan, aged 19 years,
was seated in the parlor of a lady friend
two weeks ago. Charles Lewis approached
her stealthily with a wooden snake, in
tending to frighten her. The shock was
so great that she at once became dement
ed. The physicians attending her fear
that her mind is permanently iujured.
Business Stopped by a strike.
Abiitadcla, Ohio, May 13. All busi
ness at the harbor is at a complete stand
still on account of the strike of the coal
aud ore handlers. Nearly 1,000 onen are
out. A few have attempted to work, but
have befu prevented by tbe strikers.
Mnoy of the men hud to obtain credit in
Order to live through tbe winter, and
merchants who trusted them are greatly
wrought up over the strike.
WISDOM IS COSTLY
Especially When Jay Gould Is
AN "0 WEE TEUE TALE" PROM OHIO
In Which It Is Related How Senator
Etrire, Governor Campbell, and Gen.
Thomas Cut Their Flaaaclal Eye-Teeth.
la a Little Deal In Richmond Terminal
The "Wiaard" Lets Go Very Easily, but
It Is to Get a Better Grip Millions
Cincinnati, O., May 13. An evening
paper has a story, furnished it, as the
paper asserts, by an ex judge and corpor
ation attorney, and for the truth of
which it vouches, that is interesting read
ing in Ohio at least. It is a tale ot big
losses by Senator Brice, Governor Camp
bell, and Gen. Thomas, and biir nrofita ho
Jay Gould. The attorney says: It is
laugnabie In all but tbe vital fact that
Campbell, Brioe. and Thomas did not.
laugh unless a heavy loss of a million of
two is any cause lor hilarity. Campbell
was dragged into the deal bv R if A and
Thomas, and was, in' fact, cutting his
brokerage eye-teeth, so to speak. Camp-
Deu made big money on the English
brewery deal, and along with his political
ambitioa wa anxious to figure among
toe an street magnates.
A Combine Acrainat GauM.
"He is nothing if not shrewd. sn.iiinn
but, alast he fell aeainst Jav Gould. The
nnancial world had less than a nine dav
wonder at the supposed courage of men
nae umpoell, line. Thomas, and others
who went in with CollisP. Huntington to
route Jay Gould from the Richmond Ter
minai, ana shnt him out from Pacific
Mail holdings. The wizard of Wall street
auu me biock. exenange was as mild as a
summer ocean, and let go so easily that at
uut- me story was telegraphed through
out financial circles that Gould had at
last been worsted.
"Then came marvelous reports of Hunt
ington's diplomacy and shrewdness. The
53. The Luvers tlionirht in Ur. it ,.;,
oui it; ten gradually until its holders
iuudq it one gloomy day at 43. Then
VamDOell and other holler ir.Tit
Gould. Thty wanted to selL He bland Iv
iota mem Kirnmnntl Terminal - Bn
rubt; that the fluctuation was only tem
porary and that thev shntlill mar-in .in
A few days later it fell ten points more.
Again tremonng and feared the men
who had boasted of beatinc Hnnlil a.-or.r
IU Ul 11.
"Oh, Margin It Cp," Sara Jay.
Oh. rnartr.n ltun. he cni.l nv.llr -Tf
can t fil to be good stock a good invest
- ' ' J AW
"But not a iackscrew. nor even Aivhi.
medev lever could 'maru-in tin' h -! ,,-, i
Terminal stock when it was it was mak
ing a tobogan-sli le descent. Finally it
went down to 2i and the &vnrtirarA hwsrl.
ed by Brice went in supplication to Gould
10 sen or ao anytning lor relief.
"'Ob. it will come our all Hahr ' ha
'I think it will keep on falling, and 1 think
jl win even go aowo to o.
"This was natalvzino. anil Comnlll
Brice et aL were blue and bilious.
How It All Cam e Ont.
I have no monev ' Gould T
win iraue vou western i.ninn sifu-t r to
for your stock at 13 '
This was a Litter nresrrintinn lir.t ti
disease was worse than the KmHt n
thev took it. A irwt later then. non!. ..
" - UL.W
.1 '- . I' . . . . .
urop in estern union and arise in Rich
mond Terminal. Brice is said to have loEt
ovv-r ri,00o,ou0, and Campbell nearly all if
not all he had. He is therefore thinking
of continuing in nolitica rather than at
tempt tbe role of financier arainct. .Tat
THE WISCONSIN WOOD FIRES.
names uettlns I "comfortably Near
West Superior sabnrbs.
West Supekior, Wis., Mav 13 Fanned
by a 6trong wind tbe forest fires near this
city have gradually been encroaching
upon the suburbs. Yesterday morning
tbe fires in the neighborhood of South Su
perior assumed formidable shape, and
great excitement existed for some time.
The flames reached the great pile of wood
stacked tip near Saggar 6c Guinniss brick
yard, aud spread rapidly in all directions.
Business was at once suspended when tha
danger became known. The employes of
the various factories turned out, and a
systematic fibt against the fire was in
augurated. Got the Blase I'nder Control.
By 11 o'clock 300 men were at work. A
messenger wis dispatched to this city and
Chief McGill sent five firemen and 1 im
feet of hose. Tli$ bose was strung out
from tbe Labelle wagon works, and late
yesterday afternoon the fire was nnder
control Along the line of tbe Omaha
road and in Douglas county fires are
raging, and the destruction to standing
iiuiutr is greau
Cleveland at a Clab Donse Dedication.
BCFFALO. X. Y.. MavlS The rl.
land Democracv form&llv nnened it.
J t .. w J W
club bouse last evening, and dedicated it
to the propagation of Democratic nrinci-
ples. Tbe building was ablaze with
lights and redolent with tbe perfume of
flowers aud plants, which aboundad in
prolusion, i uere were I, two members of
the club nrenent When fe rL.i.j
eutored be was greeted with an ovation,
and after an introductory address by
President Btsaell formally opening tbe
club and welcoming the distinguished
guest, tbe latter delivered a speech advo
cating bis well known tariff sentiments.
"iwi vucre tim a puuuc reception.
K irked to Death by a Mustang-.
Goshen, Ind., May 13. Joseph Micner.
of Milfout, and Perry Wegner, of Waka-
rnsM, met in Kappanee and traded horses.
tbe former getting a mustang Don v. Mij-
ner started Lome in a ro id cart, and when
about half way home tbe nonv becan
kicking Micner in tbe stomach, injuring
mm so severely mat aeatb lollowed. ' The
strangest thing about the accident was
that not a scar could be found on tbe
Failed for Nearly a Million.
Xew YOBK. May 13. Levy Bros. & Co..
one of the largest wholesale clothing
uusises on lower .Broadway, closed their
doors Monday owing more than (800,000.
A Costly Four-Hollar Steal,
Peku, Ind., May 13. Two years in the
penitentiary and disfranchisement was
lie punishment a iven Georire McCracken
for tlie theft of M
I HE PRESIDENT Af OfcNVER.
Review of O. A. E. , Danquet, and Gen
eral Good Time.
Denter, Cola, May 13 The president's
party was greeted on its arrival here yes
terday morninu hvan enthusiast ie emn.l
and after the president bad reviewed the
u. A. iv and the Colorado pioneers they
were banqueted at the Metropole hotel.
The president's carriage was drawn by
six gray horses. An ovation wai triven
the president as he passed the high school
ouiiuing oy the chiidren.who were massed
in front of the building; The street was
literal I v covered with fl rttr.m tf rourn K
the children. After the banquet the pro-
vraaiuu again lormea ana moved to
avenue ana ii road way, where the
M- - - uuvvauwr M .
At a reception at Mrs. Governor Routt's
residence Mrs. Htmuin nMaentet
with a hiinrltiiimA Krvtr jr 01. -.i.t
flowers. After leaving tbe Grant smelter
A l . . 1
me party weie driven over the suburbs
ouu iud ess ienver pnonc scnooi,
where 1,000 children were drawn up in
line. Returning the party were driven to
tha stjatirtn it ti dm . 1 n w
t x. . w o wtuvvu nM
waiting to see them off. At 6 o'clock the
iraiu puueu oas over tne uurlingtoa
road amid cheering, waving of handker-
Kuicia ana cries 01 -uooa-oy.
BLAINE'S TRIBUTE TO CHILDS.
A Letter Read at the Editors Birthday
Philadelphia, May 13 The 631 birth
day of George W. Childs was celebrated
by the Typographical union of Philadel
phia by a banquet yesterday. An ianova
tion was introduced by having the wives
and sweethearts of the printers present at
i. J : . . . ...
lucuiuuer. Among me letters read was
the following from Secretarv Blaine
"Yon are among the very few among the
precious class or men who with great
success nave developed liberality, charity
and justice. Unhappily, great success in
tne world is too oiten accompanied by a
trowing selfishness a growing disregard
di iue wants ana suilerings ot others,
lias Lived to Make Others Happy.
"Your deserved eulogy, my dear Mr.
Childs, is that your life has been passed
even more in making others happy than
in promoting your own fortunes by the
most honorable means. Greater eulogy
man mis nxn no man. The influence
wbich hardens the heart of many has
contantly wideued your own benevolence
1 . ' .....
ana exanea your own lite."
Cablegrams were received by Mr.
Childs throuchout the dav from
France, Germany, and telegrams from ail
pans or tne Lmon.
ANOTHER DOUBTING THOVAS.
He Doesn't Believe the Bible, and Be-
lgn His raatorate.
Rochester, Pa., .May la Rev. a. G.
llonsali, pastor of the First Baptist
church here, preached a sermon Sunday
t bat almost took away the breaths of his
l.earers. He presented his resignation,
and it will probably be accepted. In the
course of his sermon be said: "It is oues-
tionable whether Christ gave us a book
and told us to swallow it aiL We are told
tiat Moses took the account at hand.
1 here is nothing positive as to their an
tiiorship, and I do not believe that all ot
tne 131 bie is inspired of God.
Reject Eternal Punishment.
W ny are we to believe Paul was in
sjired when he saysbe was not? Astoeter-
nil punishment, I believe man will always
b-3 within tbe mercy of GoX I do not be-
lisve Christ, when in the manner and
w hile he walked the earth, was so conse
crated t bat he was Go 1. I believe, how
ever, God was in Christ" Mr. Bonsall is
a very popular as a pastor. The accept
ance of the resignation depends upon
woeinerornot tne lailure to accept it
v.-iu be construed as an indorsement of
n s views.
THE FOREST FIRE HOLACAUST.
F nr Others Besides Supt, Badger Cre
mated Near Austin, Pa.
Buffalo, X. Y., May 13. -Fuller de
tails of tbe disaster to the fire-fighting
party which was overtaken by the flames
in the forest near Austin, Pa., show that
foar other men besides Superintendent
Biidger lost their lives. Superintendent
Bigger did not jump into the boilini?
cruek. He ran ahead of the flames and
wi.8 overtaken by them and burned to a
cmp. our men who followed him
shiredbis fate. A rescuing party went
out after the fire fighters. Thirty of the
m n were lound so badly disabled that
tbi-y were lying about blistered, bruised
anl suffering intensely, fifteen of them
art- so badly burned that several are ex-
pet ted to die. Search was made for the
missing members of the party, but tbe
on.y body fonnd was that of Badger. It
is believed the missing men have per-
STAND ON THEIR DIGNITY.
Near Orleans Grand Jurors Decline to
Reply to Consul Corte.
ew Orleans. La.. Mav 13. Th
grand jury early last evening made a
special report regarding tbe communica
tion received from Consul Corte a fear
dajs ago. It is addressed to Consul
Corte, and is as follows: "SIR: Your
communication of tbe 6th inst. has been
pia xa berore tbe grand jury. We find iu
ten ir not consistent with tha iffi.i.i ;
nity of this body. Tbe granl jury is.
tlit re I ore. constrained t. n return th.
meiit witbont further comment."
A Successor lor Consul Corte.
Washington Crrr. May ia The tt
department has received notice that the
Italian government has selected Ceaare
Ponia. now consul at Rmin u...
act as consul at New Orleans in place of
Cotsul Corte, recalled to Rome by bis
Excelled from the House or Commons.
Lt'KDON. May ia In tbe house nf
mons yesterday Smith, the 'government
lead ir, moved the expulsion from that
body of Capt. Edmund Verney, member
(or Korth Buckinghamshire, whn
cent y convicted on the charge of procur
es utiuer s: years or age for im
moral purposes. The motion was sec
onded by Rurht Hon
- ... . C-IAJ 1LTCJ.A
Bam.erman (Gladstone Liberal), member
forSurling. In the midst of profound
silen :e the speaker put the motion, which
U- U at irreoad On
VU SelecU m Chicago ProfeMor.
Kk Haven. Conn . Mht 11 Pf-
EiWjlTd A. Curtis. Of Mrf!nrm1r.1r Tk
logic d school, Chicago, was selected as
(.v.cwnut tue nenrew language and
iterature in the V.i- ni-i: . .
- - - . imijf kuuoi at a
meeting of the Yale University corpora
tion j esterday. Frank C. Porter, Ph. D.,
was e ected to the prof esiorshi p of biblical
Spindle Why do you put such horribly
penumea stun on your nairr it's enough
to knock any one over.
Brindle To keep from catching cold.
"Huh! What good does that stuff do"
"It has become the style now for gentle
meu to remove their hats in all sorts of
draughty places when there happens to be
ladies prcseuii; but when I take off mine
they always beg me to put it on again bo as
not to take cold."
"Huml How much Is it a bottle'" Good
Time to Hurry.
Showman Xow then, ladies and gents,
don't delay i( yer wants to see the fat lady
in er prime! She's jist bin jilted by the
skeleton gentleman, an' is takin' on so th 5
she's lobiu' weight hevery hour! Tomorrr
she won't be worth seein'! London Tit
Bits. A Slippery Opinion.
Amateur Actor Well, what did yon
think of my Hamlet
Candid Friend Ernm well, to tell
the trnth, if I'd been the old man's ghost
I'd ha' fvnk?d yon! Puck.
A handsome comolexion is one of the
frreatest charms a woman can possass
rozzom s uompiexion powder gives it.
BE A HuAM
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
"SUIT in I MATeNlESS II WAI I
- -nw m mi von Ba that
pus? boji u kutk mm pal t ltm.
aa4 VlaoaotIB t &u
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD,
nOrlac from SISVOCS DE-
aa4, rkratcal Bzcasaas. H.iul
Vnm atamti n. .1.
rald V rUFECT BEALTH aa
HfllLI VTtJtTtf mmrm
at ESI, tks rrl4a aa trar of Mattoas.
e claim by years ot practice by
OUT exclusive method- a uniform
- muauroLT or success" In treat
ins all Slsaaaes. Waakatsus and
amicuoaa af ata. Testimonials
ntlD lirur BAAV wttlbr tmt tre. sealed. vci-
of ov n I K mm niiun K.t . . ; : . . . - ..
------- -- --.. I'', k 1 1 in ii ni iinif ,
T;mc"- Saplaaatloas far BOMI TEEAT-
: uiiuKiD u Tkeasaaaa
S jaa b-a. Baa4 oar tantaioaiala. AddrtMatoaca
"it MtuiVAL CO. BUFFALO. M.T-
Da. HraTHMTs'iSrwT-ios arescientuicalljraiid
earefully ire(ared reKTiptloa -, uised for many
years In private pract Ice with su-ojind for over
thlrly years nsed by tne people. Every s1uk1 ope
clnc b a ftpeclal cure for tiie dloease named.
TtHe siecidca cure wUnoul drufrmuft. purv
Ina; or ri-Uuclnc the isystem. and are In fart and
deed the aovereiaa re mediraot tar erld.
UST OF PRTsnrAl. SO. CTRXS. PSJCES.
1 r evers. OiDmtlon. Inflammation .
Ii We ran a, Vnna Fever, Worm Colic
t'ryiaa Cell r, or Teething of Infanu
3 Myaeatery. OHplng , BUio-i Colic-.. .5-5
t ( holera Merbaa, VomlUng .ii
1'iirriri, 01 v niiurrn or AUulta. .
f bdi, .utu Druuruus
S Nearalfia, Toothache, Kaceacbe ...
lleadat hea. Sick Headache, Vertigo
JO Dyspepsia. Bill mis Stoniarh
11 appreaaedorPalafal Perieaa.
'i hitea, too Profuxe Periods
1 3 Creep. Congo. Difficult breathing ...
4 1 Rhennt. Ervalpelaa, Eruptions.
1. Khranatitan, Kheumatic Pains....
1 Kever and Aiir, rhUla.l!alarla....
mi riirs, niua or meeaing ,as
1 (atarrn, Infloenza, Cold tn the Bead .55
K0 Hhssslnc Ceega. Violent Counhs. .30
24 general Kel.iliiy .1 hjgteaj WeeXneas .So
32 J'devlieaae 50
.ftu Oebility - 1.00
30 I rlaarv Wtakiru, Wettlnc Bed. .SO
31 ltiaeaaeaef theHeart.Palpltation 1.00
Sold ny rtreplsta. or sent port pa Id on receipt
of price. Ia. Hcfhriy Masuau 14 paites)
nchiy bound In cloth and (rold. mailed tree,
HT7MFHEETS' MEDICINE CO,
Cor. William and John Streets, Mew Yorfc.
Van Patten & Maries,
h' wonderful remedy.
"S J lT cure for Weak Meniorv,
of Brain Power. Jiiirhtly
r-miKMons. lxst alaabood,
JiervoBunetm. ail drains and
er. in either sex,
jKi jjS. or etreiu.iT,
reMKive nu .. f t.t, .
lead to old tre and in.anitv. IN EK K tF.r.l CO W
...IV. . ... . ir w m m.. K.im..l.. : . '
t-aleaca. el per aex. aeatpald.
For sale in Book Island bv TTarta n.K...
Third avenne and Twentieth street
We are open In r
TO THE PUBLIO
There wlU be sales of BUGGIES and VEHICLES of all de
Hons, HARNESS, HORSES, Etc., at PUBLIC AUCTION
SATURDAY of each week, commencing . '
Saturday. May 16th. 1891,
At 1 p- m- sharp, atLorton Bros., Horse Exchage, Davenport i4
WA'l aiticle. presented for ea!e will be deputed of en reasonBbls terms.
I. C. HAHRIM ind HAM WILLlw, Anrilonerra.
- Successor to Adamson & Ruick,
0 Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to p. m.. and hwturday evenings from T to Bo'cleck.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. K5TNOLDS. Pre.. T C. DBNK.MANX. Tlce-Pre.. j. 31. BUFORD, Caeb.er.
P. L. Mitchell, K P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John CrnbsTicn. C. r. Lrade
J. J. Reimers, L. Simon. S. W. Hnret. J. U. Baford. Xnae,
Jacksos A Bubbt, Solicitors.
What Constitutes a Tailor-Made Suit?
Whv,orie thatiscnt especial; for you bysmin who is anartift and thoranghly nnderstaci.
ms DQines. It Is iht-n made by a man whohapui In yoaie learnini bis trade, and iaim-u-r
workman. That i why clothing men try to pa-s off their snode as tailor made, when ia
ract they are made by w, men In factories in the east, at starvation p-ices. Patronise home 'n
anstrj and let na keep oar money right here at home, and not send it eat for foreign laVr
ROGERS THE TAILOR,
314 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT, IA.,
ba the largest ftoc of snitinps and pantings in the three ciliei and Is makine them tip a mr.ulr
prices, and giving satisfaction every time. Fitand styiegTiaranteed. Suits made to rt
measure fii and up. Pants made to your measure f5 and up.
ROGERS THE TAILOR.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The f nest ever shown in the City, at
MISS C. HAAS'.
Successor to Miss Petersen, Ko. 17S3 second avenue. Rock I'!ir d
The ver yiatest styles in patterns, haw. bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy roods.
House and Sign Painter.
First-claee Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. Box 673
Qpen for the Season.
(Mo line avenue) joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place
tne moat complete line of Hard war. arweialtiea
beside our reevlar rock of staple and builders' Bard
ana Mecninlce tool.
Pocket, Table as Kitchen Cutlery,
Nails, Stum. Goods, Tinware, Stoves, Etc.
IFarCUiratS-jaiiaaa Cook, and Hanges. "Florid.- and Win., Hot Wat HmIs.
torlda Steam BoUera, Psatenr Germ Proof Filter, teotiomj t.tvm, TtM
aa4 Ekeet Iroa work, Plombing, Coppenmltbing and Steam Fitting.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
1823 Second avenue,
THB THK BTATB T aw,
Shop Fourth Ae. bet. Jl n and 22d Sw.
for picnics, parties, etc.