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K- ' THE ABGU8, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1891. 7
. M. LOOSLEY,
Gl., lmP and Table Cutler-,
,1(9 Serena "
By way of
,51S n y an adyertisement, and you have often said you are too busy to read the advertisements.. But this is onehich will.put
money mto your pockety (isn't a dollar saved, a dollar earned?) and pretty and useful presents into your homes if you make a note as
Mr. Bowlby says in his advertisement of these suggesti
Tbe Btartiofi! poiot.
course you mean to buy some Christmas presents this year.
A smoking set,
A study lamp,
An oatmeal bowl and plate,
A mustache cup,
A china cuspidor,
An ash receiver,
A vase, for his room,
A carving set,
An A. D. coffee, for her collec
A tea cup, for her collection,
A five o'clock tea,
A set of orange knives,
A pretty little dressing lamp,
A set of silver nut picks,
A bon bon, china,
A chamber set,
A parlor lamp,
A tea set, 56 pieces,
A dinner set, f
A banquet lamp,
Silver knives ancTforks,
Berry set, china or glass,
Silver baking dish,
A piano lamp.
X From $..36 np,
; From $3.43 op.
t From $6 50 up.
A china spoon tray,
A cake plate,
A chop dish,
B. and B. plates,
Tea pot tiles,
Cups and saucers,
A dozen tumblers.
X Boms good one. 15c erh.
Real shells for scalloping,
Cut glass bowls,
Cut olive dishes,
China of all kinds.
Really the list is already too
long. Will you not call and see
how the stock looks ?
Don't think because we have a really good showing in handsome goods, that everything is expensive. I sell some of my burnt clay for
its weight in silver; but I have just as many lamps at 16 cents for instance, as any body wants, and cups and saucers at three cents each.
Pretty things are not all dear, and we want to sell moss rose cups and saucers at 15 cents, just as much as we do others at a higher price.
LOOSLEY, Crockery, China and ,Glassvare.
He mill ws toiling slowly around.
yi:h emly and solemn creak.
I-A my little oue bears in tbe kindly sound
lb- vcm e of the old mill speak;
Kii round and roi'itul thoeo big white wings
unniiy mul bnstlike creep.
II iatie oue liters that tbe old mill sines.
j'.eep, little tulip, sleep!"
r.M:: arc reefed and tbe nets are drawn
Ami, over bin pot of beer.
Tie tMier, against tbe morrow's dawn.
Lustily maketh cbeer:
B TOork at the winds that caper along
rroai the far off clamorous deep.
But we, we love tbeir lullaby song
Ot "slwp, little tulip, sleep!"
fiTo!i! Fritz, In slumber sound.
Jluaas of the Htonv mart.
Tomorrow how proudly he'll trot you around
nitcacd to our new tnuk cartl
kii you shall help me blanket the kins,
Ar.il folii the L'eutle alieeo.
k.i set the herring a-snak In brine;
Bit now, little tulip, sleepl
A Drpjiti One comes to button tbe eyes
iii.it wrurily droop and blink,
fi.ilf !!..' ol.l mil outlets the frowning skies
.'r. . ,,;,, llt tUB mar9 thai wink;
r f.u'p the miity wind's
li' MUtifnl Dream One sweep.
.11. c your cradle, she softly aintTH,
J-.nene I'ield in Boston IJeacon.
stains OF NORTH CAROLINA.
"Vitnrnl Delights of Bnncomba Coun-
' I'.n rilird by a Traveler.
:.tv- ,-,.0 the grand mountain views of
": Mrt uf our continent eiist of tbe Sier-N'-vi.;,i,.anm-t
testify that there U
".-11.' 1111 scenery this sitleof the Rocky
"'iii that eiiais or even approaches
' Xr.tti. l.-nr of the varied views presented
A.l i'lc V (' From the southern nor-
' 1'- tii- KtMiil worth inn can be seen fully
" Hininita.il peaks and clomps, all uf
- cli ,ir- lusher than Mount Washincton
iriT ,-hcr mountain elevation east of
Here ii n complete circle o iroken
yint.iin, ns fur as the eye can reach,
r'" Mount Misswell nestling among a
'Siiynf iinilniatingclifTsaway off toward
T;-iu; -iim, kinhitig the chilly breeze at
1 ltiu,.. of G.7H feet above the nea, and
'O tnw.ml the setting sun, more than
'iii i'e.l mile flixtiiut. is Mciant Pis-
Bl'i! it tw.i,ifiillfr rnnnrleri llnmfl
'"ii; over its neiuhboriusr peaks.
',A1;u loiiK shadows over the foothills
V- Mow. Such a panorama of
iiioimrain scenery is not to be
viiere in all our boasted Blue
"I Appalachian ratifies or in all
"1 lunired scenery of the White
of New Knulanil.
" ami its surroundings are a rev-
Ui when this matchless tnouu-
I'.vv ltp...il.-u .... . I. . . m It- iu tirtur u
.oiry as wen ns iim jieccti
'ire hi,,i health seekers in the south.
.titii.l,. ranges from 2,400 to 3,000 feet
"''' I. 'ie water. The city, with its per
uij:it i,i...: r :.. .1 ...
employlnfr, rrom 800 to l,or men in beauti
fying it. The laud alone cost 250,000, and
his Improvements are so colossal in con
ception as to find parallel only in the J
grandeur ol the ancient nomajis. ills
house is in course of erect ion on t he west
ern slope of the central rlevation, with
bewitching view of mountains, rivers,
farms and city. It is 400 feet in length,
with solid walls of fifty fet in height from
deer park ao the western front to the first
floor, and the lawn tennis court alone,
with its huge.. walls front thirty to fifty
feet in height, would mae a foundation
for the grandest of the ancient temples of
the Old World.
A private railroad sorie five miles in
length is kept busy transporting materials
for tbe palace, for bridges, for roads, etc.,
and when completed the cost of the estate
will reach' $5,000,000. There will be 100
miles of elegant roads traversing the Van
derbilt estate, of which Si will be macad
amized, and scores of bridges of every con
ceivable form of exquisite architecture
will add to the beauty of the place. The
building of the palace will lie a five years'
task, even with every brunch of mechan
ism employed in its construction filled
with workmen. This w II lie the most
magnificent estate on tins cont inent, sur
passing the oldest and la-gest English es
tates iu natural beauty, a id with its game
preserves equaled by few in any country
of the world. Colonel MeClurein Phila
ll famous county of Buncombe,
i surrounded by innunierabe broken
yanii irciineut sharply jutting peaks,
,,1'",ned by lieautiful residences, while
the Swaniianoa ft.h Tndian term
' wautiful river) is an enchauting view
to'tuta foothill furms and broken
f pr""linent elevatl". aoine three
w 'join the river, is the center of the
juceut estate of George W. Vander-
PUiniug 7,200 acres in one body and
EBck Headache and sellers all the troubles lnef
dent to a bilious state of the ajntem, tuoh afl
XtxzineM, Kansea, Drowslnsss, Diatraaa after
eating. Pain In to Blda, to- While their moat
(emarkaMe auceess aas been shown iaoutiog ,
fieaOaehe, yt Carter's Little Lhrar Pflla M
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
Venting thiaannoyinKComplaintwhlle they also
correct all disordorftof theatomach stimulate th
liver ana regulate ut ooweia. otoi u wej tnu
(Acliathey would be aim cstpricolewi to those wr,a
Buffer from thin ditreK.Hir,s couiplaint; but f ortll
Xiatoly tucirgnodneaffdoo no'iend here,aidthopo
whoonoetry thom will find these little pills valiv
hleln somanv Trnys that thoy will not be wil
ing to do without them. But after allaick hew
n mm stock.
A chance yon can't afford to
miss "We are oiFering un
precedented Tallies in
Including all of our magnificent
assortments of choice Hats
and Bonnets at very ,
low pi ices.
MISS KATE BYRNES,
1709 Second avenue.
fTc. FWAZERV ! - -:
I aWTHRACITE COfU. I
fls the bar of so many lives that here Is where.
) we make oar groat boast. Our pUlacnxe.lt while
cUib do not. ...
Carter's Little IJver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make a done.
They are strictly vegetable ana do no gripe or
purge, but by their gontle action please all who
use them. In vials at 25 cents; five for $1- Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO New York;
SMALL PUL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PR1CF
H 11 Fw
For sale by all Hint-class Grocery dealers.
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lUaa.'. li?-- umSs dimkktioss r Hi hhhsi
Sl'AK- -ivV lmu CURE br thUKra
lIP0VE0TtlJ-5--f LtCTRIC ICIT MB IBSrtBSOM
r BKrt kU iiJ- ItOSKT, Miilc for ttilt ipMiBc P
BOM, farr mt Sramtin Wrakam, flTln lflj, SIM, SooCa.
Uff, faathiBMM tifntt of F.lTCtrloItT thraurh all H"KaC
PARTS, ralariaf tbrm to HKiLTH awl tluOROI SSTRRaeTIL
lltrtc l.rrwl llt ImimII.. of w forfeit a.ago im cask.
SJU.T aMl Hmmpt mmti Cmm. Si. mm mm. Wont easeo Poo
ooiit varoo in tnroc atoatai. aoaioa ooatpbio rroa.
'AHSKX ILICTBJ0 CO.. I tattaU iuTir' U. IU.
A Delicious and Eestlthfol Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
1VIS OFFL-RCO TO THB PUBLIC!
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES &RE IMVALDABLEI
SOUS THROAT, COSSES AITS COLDS,
AMD IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYdPE'TICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
Bora's Choc-To Gum is the best, try it once, and
you will use no other afterwards, if any dealer
you ask for it. has nrt roi it, take no other, but po
somewhere cist. You will find a'i progressive
dealers have it. that i-i the class of dealers to pat
ronise always lor anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 A. 61 S. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Who'.efnl; Agents for Reck Island.
C. O. D.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
t - -S. a
plaii? b njy mind are fte scenes of
recolledion receJIs them io viev
p-keitle hung on fte poles of
moke and fljeSmell ai my
Barftose dayi oF5oa& ajd .
avc foccr since departed, wei
. pray and we ijope;
TI)g use of Hje stuff 'ganto
i rnd fo lAncTnish
Sjfj As 6oori as tljey effered
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLiUSTJE, - ILLS.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Are.
Succeed the Mollne Savings Bank. Organised 1369
S PER CEIT. I1TEBEST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws,
Open from 9 a. m. to 8p. and Wednesday and
Stnrtlv niffhu from 1 to 8.
Pobteb Bkixkcb, - - President
H.A Aisbwobth. - - Vlca-President
C. t. BanBKWAT. ... Cashier
Porter Skinner, 8. W. Wheelock,
C. A. Roee. H . A. Ainsworth,
O. H. Edwards, W. U. Adams.
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Bemenway,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Biop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Residence 3935
tr1 is prepared to make estimates and do all kinds of Carpenter work. Give blm a trial.
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V fTHE positive cure;: I
-ii i i inif in ii I 'SLY BROTHERS. Warren BU New York. Price SO rtm LAfVy' S0
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of famishing aL kinds
of Stores with Castings at 8 cents
'per pound. '
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done fint-cUai.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
lisving n.t famished a One Parlor a tain and
equrped it with two of Bronswick alke's
dnest Billiard Tables, also two la ool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest l'ne of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco In the market.
1808 Second Ayenitb.
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