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4 " J fi SATUK l)AY MAliCH 19, 1892
Highest of all in Leavening rower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
of the Ta!k in the
BAY STATE STATESMAN EN THE EDJO
Eg w ulu exjiin. n tue muaur. itobi utipviioa
to hi n hud 1hii cuetl ti others. Tlie uianu-ei-ript
if liis sjweli wiuh muds iu luuuifoM fr
various ne-s, an'rs l liis t-h-rk hihI lie
thought the c :iiiiiin had Iwon strk-koti from
tliec 'i'V MW l.ri he l!esiril office. It vns nn
accitl -lit, pure ami simplo. ainl w:u liable to
hajiiv n to mi) mi-iulier. J!u di.iml that thu
capti nib to liis HH cch be strii-kiu'otil. What
he iiiM-rteU vnb li:.e under the rules.
Sent t(i AIiit I'r'mific; Commit let.
McMilliuuf Teni esse lliouyht the en
tire question should iio to the coiiiiuitU'o
on pruning. Hoth eittleiaeli ltatl made
their statements, nml he thought the bet
ter w ly to ilis'iose of tho uintter was to
refer it to the committee on printing with
instructions to report whether the priv
ilege of the house hail been violated by
the publication and what further jction
houl 1 be taken. This whs adopted and
j house went into committee of t:ie
Mii on the private calendar, Kicb
,;r;i.s.ni of Tennessee in the chair.
Soma I'artisan uptinns in The Iteeord
Incite William to a Personal Explana
tion In Whlili i;vf Walker a "f.o
Ing Over" Mugwiimpery Ieflnel anil
the Scripture Freely Quoted Walker j
Replies with Spirit, and the Ilotme Him
a Good Time The Seal Imbroglio, J
Washington. March 1. A personnl ex
planation nnd the reply thereto took up
nearly the whole session of the house yes
terday. Williams (Dem.) of Massachu
setts complained that liisrolletiKve Walker
(Rep.) Lwl printed in The Record re
marks about him (Williams) which were
not only not delivered, but which were
Improper, unparliamentary and offensive
in the extreme, and rosa attacks upon a
class of men who are called by Mr! Walker
"Mugwumps.'' He read the following
captions, written a lie asserted by
Walker: -Hot Shot for the Mugwumps,"
"Hoar and Williams Shown Up," "Will
iams' Report on Silver Riddled." He
quoted further from the remarks, iu which
"Walker said: -The Mugwumps hold
their seats in congress by gross deception
and f rami."
William Define ''Muiwainp."
Loud of California inquired if he Williams ' the Pa rifle squadron to police Bebrinir
considered the attack upon the Mugwumps a sea, and apprehend the poachers found on
a personal attack upon himself. j the inte-dicted territory, whether thev lie
William replied: -Ves I do, lecause I am from Canada or the l'nited States.
unerring 10 lue political uistory or i
lt4 he said that he did himself the honor to i
MO NEWS FROM SALISBURY.
I'ni'le Nam Will l'llre the Sealing
round a I'snal.
WaH1INGTO.s March VJ. Dehring sea
matters was the chief topic of discussion at
the meet ing of the president and cabinet yes
terday The result of the conference was
the approval of an energetic policy for the
protection of the Reals Behring sea and
of adjacent waters resorting thereto, ir
harmony with the tenor of the note of the
8th insu, from Mr. Wharton, assistant sec
retary of state, to Sir Julian Patincefote,
i intended by the president for Lord Salis
n.r it-it.,;..'., ...I-;....- o..
retary Tracy in due time, which may be in
the very near future, will issue orders to
atop voting thu Republican ticket. He had
o Complication Expected.
Thursday was reirular English mall day. i.nd
taken part in an independent rampaiun toeleet i waf h 'IT"1 ,uat 1mtA Salisbury's reply to
a Democratic president. The men who took j i resi t?nt Harrison might reach the state le
this course thun are now . ailed JIul-wuiium. prrtraent btit so far as can be learned notti-
Tnc truedelinition of a Miurwnmn i a , in has b.jn received. That was the stat.m-nt
wno ion tne Ki puiiiicau i arty in lssi. in an j
active campaign one ot the most difficult tasks i
the executive miniiiittee had was to curb and
check tho ardor and zeal of the gentleman '
irora Alascai'liitx'ttx Mr. Walker, Ho now
makes thin at tack uiii his former associate.
All JH'Uiocruts niv Save One.
In Itwi there was rot a more hitter or vitu
perative ineinlxr of the .Mugwump party thuu
Walker. He now hates tl.u Mugwumps wor-e
tfian his imrty hates the Iieiuocrats. Alter
that icraat movement the whole Indy went
over to the Democratic party. TU.re was one
man aavetl out of the wreck. Tbe liepuldicaii
party had la-en MruK'tfliim to them hack,
but the only man r. -turnini; was the cetitleman
from Mancl,iiM-tls. Ioud Lmubtor.J I t.m
mend the Kciiileinuii to that fe.niotis wTiimu
from whii h he liinif-.-lf quoicd in bis sjieech:
Woe onto ynu. ril es anil I'liarisces hy;o
crltea. for yecomjav sea and land t make
one pmcly te and when he i- made ye ui.tke
him two-fold more the child of hell than your
selves." I Veli ami lautthU-r.
'Itockfared ami Sk.i-I'iercin."
For all rock-faci d and skv pi r -ins mou :
mcnLs of hluMdictit- commend n.e to tlie wnMs
of the p -:tl -fnan tr im .Mas-u.inis its, in
which lie i-.mijjiris the- attack upon a ineiuber
to the rebuke of the Sn vim-of men to scribes
and Pharisees said Williams. He thou di
cressed to the silver ijuestion. snyiuic that tho
Ih-uioorucy of 31a-s;i liiiet-s were clear on
thatiasuu and wei-e for imuist imiui-y. V'ej
Jtecord of March T would show who were tru
Democrats on that iiueatiou.
ltt'tul-n lo Walker Again.
Ho then cilicd the attention of Walker to
the scriptures with which he Walker had at
tempted to identify himself. Tlie (feutlemau
from Worcester would nrobablv not recoimixe
himself as one of tho persons addressol in
made by a prominent otllclal of the depart
ment. It the absence of any definite knowl
el(W of Lord Salisbury's intentions it was
deemed proper and best by tho president and
his mlvis r for him to proceed in accordnnre
with the intention cxprussed to tho BriU-b
Koveruiuctit and arrantre for thu protection ol
the intereits claimed by the l'nited State-. In
cominc to this determination it is not expo "ted
j that the nforcetu-.'nt of the policy out.ii.ied
will lead t any serious complication v.i.h
England Will Not Interfere.
From Lc rd Salisbury's express r fua! to as
sume any responsibility for the ?eal ixwhers
and his further refusal to submit to arbitra
tion the t,uostiou of damages nri-iui; from
their oj,.i ation. it is assumed that Great
Britain wiil not attempt to interfere with any
arrangement the l'nited States may make to
break up tae lK-laic seal killing. How-niHny
vessels See -eti-y 'i'racy will order to Hehrin!;
sea ia not de:iuitely known, but there w ill
dnnhtless e enomrh to iletuonstrate to tbe
poachers tl at the l'nited States is iu earnest
in the etfor- to protect tif comiaercial iiifer
eats involvid .n the In rin-tuatfou ot the -ca.'inr:
Industry u uier the
thLs govern netit.
reulatious provi.b-1 ty
Wli;;t t as Done in Congress.
Washington, .March 1'.'. The bill
fix a iiiii'orm i;r:itle ciassiticat inn
wheat was reiorted favorably to t hescnate
yesterday. A biil to appropriate J.Vi,ihi4)
for a statin-of (.cneral Sliertnaii wa-s in
troduced. All executive session was held,
and the set. ate adjourned to Monday.
Iu the bouse informal ion was called for
concerning the destruction of (lams on the
Mississippi in Wisconsin and Minnesota
and a bill was introduced iippropriati:i'
we worus - i ne serines ana I'liarisees sit m i oniKi r... i, .1... 1.
Uoses' seat. All. therefore, whatsoever they 1 T- 1: . i,. .... .., -, . '
i.ing a br do across the Mississippi at
Moline, III Several other unimportaut
bills were it tnsluceil ami recess was taken
to 3 p. in., at which time seven private
pension lul.s were approved, but none
bid you observe that observe and do, but do
ttH after their works, for they say and do not.
For they bind heavy burdens and grievous to
be borne and lay them on men's shoulders, but
they themselves wauld not more them with
one Of their flnuors " I have borne the burden
"and the gentleman from Worcester is here. I passed
and Pharisee hyrMjcrite: for ye shut up tlie
kingdom of heaven against men; fore neither
KO in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that
are eutering to go in.' Loud laughter.
WALKER IS HEARD FROM.
He Replies to Wltliui and Make More
Fun for the House.
Walker said it was probably evident lo the
house for what purpose the gentleman from
Massachusetts Williams rose. The correc
tion Of The Record was Ithe beat possible ex
cuse. Ho simplydeaired to exhibit himself,
and he had thoroughly accomplished bis ob
ject. Laughter. The greater part of his ad
dress was an excuse for his allegiance to the
Democrats. He bad varied his performance by
Tiring 1'p the ('muiiimi arrlers.
Washington, .March l'J ilaugen of
Wisconsin introduced a bill in the house
yesterday making it unlawful for any
common carrier to insert in tbe bills of
lading any provision limiting its liability
as a comiuoi. carrier, and auy contract en
tered into by such common carrier
whereby it limits, or attempts to limit, its
liability und t the common law, whether
such contrac be included it; the bills of
lading or o lierwise, shall bo null and
A J'ermaiient Census 1'ureau.
Washington, March 19. Superiuten
dont Porter, of the census bureau, up-
reading the bible. The idea of reading the Hi- ! poared before the house committee on the
unwimiuuiTiiH vm eimIi ah nnnvi 1 1 -su
aul so new to the Iemocrat3 that they
cheered it to the echo. It was of very little
importance to the country what the Mug
wumps did iu 1H. He had never seen the gen
tleman from Massachusetts Williams before
hornet him here, lie and his little fellow Mug
wumpthe efligy of John Harvard expelled
all the Democrats in the house a fuw days nao
from the Democratic party.
Crain Kalc a I.allgh.
Oraio But they gave him absolution for
Walker Yes, and tho Democrats will nl
absolution sevoral times from this little band
of Mugwumps before tha ses-ion ends. I saw
the gentleman from Massachusetts, Once, and
eleventh ceusxs und advocated the perma
nent establisl tueut of thn census bureau,
giving as a re tson that it would be econ
omy and tht work would be more cfli
ciently done. He recommended that sev
eral branches of the service be transferred
toother depa-t Incuts, such as fisheries to
the fish commission and manufactures in
the inter-state commerce coinmi.-ision.
Will Itesl -11 lit Seat iu Congress.
WASHIN'tiTo'.'. Miin.'h 19. Hon. Joseph
McKenua, rcieiitly nominateil by the
president utid coiifirin"d Thursday
he held me back just once in a meeting that "7. lue "' ,ls a circnn jmiue in me
voted for Urover Cievvland-Ood sava the -Ninin juuiciai circuit, win s-uu 111 ins res
mark 1 A resolution was written and offered iguation to the governor of California as
in which two hours were used to tit it to suit a member of c ugress, to take effect March
the gentleman from Massachusetts Williams. , 28. Je will 11 t leave for his new posl of
iUBy . , ,or u,u,"uu requasiea untie, 'duty until the middle of April.
They bail cast their votes (rum a high souse of I
political duty aud did not wish their action to
be injured by any one beiugappointed toofuco
Only Time He Ever Held Him Hack.
The gentleman from Massachusetts had kept
ns from voting for over two hours for fear
his great services would thereby be lost to
Grover Cleveland if that clause was adopted.
Loud laughter on - Republican fide.) Every
other person was in favor of it except the gou
tleman from Massachusetts and that was the
only time 1 ever saw Mr. W iiliams. and was
the only holding back he ever did for me 1 he
captions in the speech, "Hot .Shot for Mug
vamps." etc.', were not written by me.
T Kichantson of Tenncssoe inquired If tho gen
tleman meant that tho official stenographers
bad inserted those words, or if they wore in
serted without authority in the government
As to Tbose Partisan Caption.
-XMllrjf aalfl ttiuf ttitt imntlamBn fmm Tn.
aeas need aot 't:uPt tv bess the house ano '
The Loi.est I'rice of Silver.
WASHINCtToN. March 19. The treasury
department yestenlay jcirchased 4S7,KH
ounces of silver at from tti.Dul.l to f).0i)'J3
per ounce. The price U15 is the lowest
ligure at which the government has ever
Itetter I ut That llaron Go.
Paris, March VJ. Mrs. Livurmore has
postponed her marriage to the Itaron Sel
iiers. The ltu-rs debts, which caused
him such an annoying entree iu New
5fork, are cropping up constantly on all
tides, aud then will be difficulty iu ar
ranging niatter unless Mrs. Livermore
Decides to pay off a lot of the baron's
cures. - ':
riiT wn l nE HACK.
One Ail- d Ch"cago Boodler
'.OW r.:anT AWAY.
is e Thinks t tie Criinl Jury Organized to
I'inil Indlcliiieiits and That It Will
;et Tln-re' All the Accused Ieny
the Charges, and Say They Are Not
Afraid A rrmanil for "Stun"' Puts De
tectives at Work.
Chicago, Vr-rch W. Long before many
. . t . .. .
11m auiermen una swallowed their
breakfasts yesterday mornim; tho grand
jury was listening to the testimony given
by the first witness in the investigation
which promises to land several of the
brilM'-denimuling crowd behind the k'loomy
walls at Joliet prison. Alderman Stanley
IT. Kunr. was accord. si the honor of being
tlie first metiilwr of; the council to go !m
hind the gtinrded doors on the top floor of
the criminal court building. For more
than half an hour lie was questioned br
the state's nttorncy. The alderman ap
peared before the grand jury again this
morning and will Ik followed by as great
A number of witnesses as the state's attor
ney may find it convenient to summon.
Selected for the Purpose.
Ik-fore Aldermau Kunz went to the
criminal court building henppeared at the
city hall. ' There isn't any question," he
said, "that this grand jury will indict a
lot of the aldermen. It was selected for
that purpose and, of course, it will do It."
"What ev.dence will they have?"
"I don't k.tow, but it is a fact that three
newspapers have for three months had a
room over Powers & O'Brien's saloon."
No Rood I In That Itoll.
A fter appearing before the grand jury
Alderman Kunx returned'to the city hall
and was talking to a reporter when Alder
man Powers, who had just come in, said
to him sarcastically: "I suppose you have
confessed everything?" Kunz made no
reply. In regard to a roll of bills he dis
played Wednesday night after the council
meeting, a roll supposed to have been his
reward for some loodle vole, he said:
"There was only $: in that roll and it
All Say the Prosecution Will Pail.
Aldermen were numerous at the city
hall yesterday. They came early and re
mained late. During the day they met in
groups and discussed the revelations pul
lished in the morning papers. They agreed
on one thing, anil that was that the prose
cution was absolutely certain to find a
marc's nest nothing more. Talking to
reporters or others they affected perfect
indifference. All those mentioned as being
deepest in the mire said there was no
bundling in the council that they knew of
and that they were not afraid of any cvl
deuce that might be brouirht out. It was
a "fnke," pure and simple.
A CAMPAIGN OF REVENGE.
The Iiiiiiiry started by a Corporation
Thai Was Asked for "Stun."
It is said on reliable authority that the
corporation that first started the inquiry
began operations for the sole purpose of
satisfy ing a desire for revenge. The com
pany wanted a switch track laid into tbdir
yards. hikI applied to tbe council fur a
permit to accomplish the end sought. Soon
the presdetit of the concern was approached
by certain aldermen who demanded a
larire amount of money, and 011 !eing re
fused made the threat that the ordinal ce
would be allowed to rot until the "st nil"
Put t'p a .lob nn Tlieni.
Tbe president of the company, a public
spirited citizen and a man of great wealth,
was indignant over the treatment accord
ed his firm, and at his own expense placed
the matter in tbe hands of a detective
aiieucy, with instructions to secure
evidence that would convict the rascals.
An ordinance was introduced into the
Council in the interest of a well known
firm. As usuhI. it was referred to a com
mittee. The l inn Was "Sei-n."
The firm for whom the franchise was
asked was "seen." It was explained that
a certain amount of money, to lie distrib
uted nmiiiii- 1 he council members, would
have to lie paid over before tlie committee
would "find time to report." The boodlers
were led on until the most positive testi
mony bad been secured. It is said that
several of these ordinances were intro
duced, and that in one iustunce at hast,
where the demand for money was met,
the bank notes were marked.
Protection Across the Itorder.
Ottawa, tint.. March 19. Twcnty-fivu
Conservative memliers of parliament
waited on Acting Minister of Customs
Bowel I and Minister of Finance Foster
yesterday and urged tlie increase of the
duty on mess pork to tl a barrel. They
promised the government that the farm
ers of Canada can anil will raise all the
mess pork required in tbe country if they
are given protection from American com
petition. A liananza fair the Native.
Pummei:uk, P. Q , March 10. There is
great excitement at Cape North over the
appearance of thousands of seals. The
entire resident population is engaged io
catching them and goml hauls are being
made. It is nearly eight years since seals
appeared in this vicinity. They are
thought to have been carried on ice from
Creenland, tiie mild weather having lons
end the ice.
Musician' Insurance bcheni.
XtW Yi'KK, March 111. The delegates
to the national musical convention dis
cussed the insurance scheme which hi: 8
been formulated for the purpose of ren
dering relief to the widows aud families of
deceased menilers. As drafted theschen.e
provides for the payment of o00 on the
death of a member in good standing. The
convention voted to adopt the scheme.
After the Taney County Mob.
Jefkkksox Citt, Mo., March 19. Gov
ernor Francis is in receipt of a letter from
Sheriff John L. Cook, of Taney county,
Rtatlng that he has aumiuoued a strong
posse to capture the murderers of Deputy
Sheriff Williams. The law-abiding peo
ple are co-operatiug with him to exter
minate mob rule. The guilty persons
have been detected and will be arrested.
Died of Typhus Fever.
Xew Yokk, March 19. Policeman Kd
ward II. O'Connor, of the sanitary sqnad,
died on North Brothers island yesterday
from typhus fever. He took ill two weeks
ago by mixing with some of the patients
while in the perforauce of his duty. Ha
was 36 years old.
- ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS.
a- .e bttest lynching is that of twonegroeJ
- -1. uainesviiie, a.
i'be president has appointed Charles H,
Aldrich, of Illinois, to be solicitor genera'.
Chicago is to have another "L" road. A
company lias lieen orgauized with a capi
tal stock of 17,000,0)0.
Thirteen persons were killed by the col
lapse or a building in st. Petersburg.
The floods in Spain continue. Over 10G
houses in Villa verde have been destroyed.
The Illinois supreme court has accepted
the resignation of Judge Mornn, of the
appellate court, and Hon. Henry M. Shep-
aru nas oeen appointed as his successor.
The recent storm in the southwest has
heeen very destructive to cattle, but the
wheat, crop in northern Texas has been
Mrs. Shaw, the whistler who has been
in Km rope for three rears giving exhibi
tions iu her peculiar stjle of music, has
arrived at New York. I fer trip abroad has
la-en very successful financially and otherwise.
Anticipatory to his return to the United
States, Minister Ueid is receiving an ein-
bnrrassment of attention from Paris so
ciety. He and his wife nre kept busy at
tending dinners, etc., gotten up in their
lieggott & Myers' tobacco factory at St.
Louis burned. Iajss $325,000; insured.
There were ti00 men, women, boys and
girls in the building at the time and they
had a narrow escape, but all got out safely.
many having to descend the fire escapes
and hremen s ladders.
The coal miners of Kngland have re
solved to resume work next Monday.
Charles J. Van Depoele. the pioneer in'
venter who Hdapted electricity to mining
work and invented the trolley system for
street railways, it dead at Lynn, Mass.
He was 4S years old.
The Michigan supreme court has sus
tained the validity of "the mortgage tax
law, .Justices druiit and Long dissenting
A bloody engagement has been fought
between thejgoveruient forces in Venezuela
aud the ever present revolutionist with
the advantage in favor of the government,
It was over the recent election.
According to the figures made by a Chi
cago wiseacre Governor Fifer has so far se
cured J delegates outjot the 141 who
have been selected to. the Illinois state
convention. Governor Fifer claims more
Four persons were burned to death in a
fire that destroyed a butcher shop at Lon
A man who killed his wife io June, 1877,
at Minneapolis has been pardoned by Gov
ernor Merriam. He is sixty five years old
and had only served fifteen fears of his
Mrs. R. Melrose and five other members
of her family, living at Nashville, were
poisoned. Two girls died and the son, I'J
years old, is in lied from the effects of the
poison He is guarded by officers, as he is
suspected of being the poisoner.
Looks Like Mistaken Mercy.
Sacramento, Cal., March 10. Governor
Markham yesterday commuted the sen
tence ot Charles Freeman from hanging to
day to life imprisonment. During an ar
gument with Mark Fecney, a diminutive
cook, Freeman carried him to a water bar
rel and held his head under waUT until he
A General su-jke Pending,
Montreal. March 19. The hituation
between tbe Grand Trunk railway and its
trainmen is most threatening, and it is
feared that a general strike is impending.
The delegates appointed to confer with
the company, thirty in all, have had sev
eral important conferences with the offi
cials concerning their demands. It is
learned from an authentic source that the
company's reply to the men was that in the
present condition of business any advance
iu waes was out. of the question.
t'nele Shui Not Interested.
Newport, It. I., March 1! The carrier
pigeon loft at the United States naval
training station, which was established
three or four years ago by officers of the
station since transferred, has been aband
oned, as the government failed to become
interested. Great things were expected of
the loft by its originators, who started it
with fine birds, hoping that the United
States would follow the example of other
countries in Ibis direction.
1-c anting A , predated.
Cultivated Stratiiror Yon advertise
for a man who can speak twenty-sis
Mr. Gotham Yes, sir. The position
is still open.
"May 1 ask concerning the matter of
"Certainly. I own considerable prop
erty in New York, and I want a man to
collect the rents. " New York Weekly.
.v-vi tj.. :i i-s 'j m v p -m
fad, centers in that famous, i'ascina
tinrf game lawn tennis.
liut ther-j are women wrio cannot
engage in any pastime. They are
delicate, feeble and easily exhausted.
They are snfferers from weaknesses
and disorders peculiar to females,
which are accompanied by sallow
com pier ions, expressionless eyes and
ha regard looks.
overworked. x: worn - out,
"run -down," debilitated teachers,
milliners, dressmakers, Bcams'.rvsses,
" Bhop-girls," housekeepers, nursing
mothers, and feebio women gen
erally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Frs
Bcription is tho greatest earthly
boon, being uncqualed as an appe
tizing cordial and restorative tonic
It's tho only medicine for women,
sold by druggists, -under a positive
guarantee from the makers, of sat
isfaction in every case, or money re
fundod. TLis guarantee lias beec
aithfuliy carried ut for years.
Woodyatt's Music Hon
No. 1804 Second Avenu
WOODYATT & WOODYATT.
This firm have the exclusive sale for thiac
:oumy of ti.
WEBER, STUYVESANT, DECKER BROS., WHEELS
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
fail Use alto of mll Haslctl merchindise. 7e have loour i-nk-v a t.-.;;u. y,,,
. . Spring Si
IS ARRIVING DAILY
In a few davs
We will have a
Grand Spring Opening
WATCH for it.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Ave.
MANHOOD RESTORED !;vtvs
t. .ii .'-.-h '.- v-j:"
te rnnrantrf t cn nil rcri-
Ix'ssol Hrttin IVw.-r, il.-mlnchi. W:ikf!:!ir Is ,-l; 1
iiti. Nt-rvmisness. Lassitude, a!! .tram. 1 -r
Orimns in either s-x c&us4l fov ot or i-rer! t..n. y .
use of ubarao. opium nr utimulnnts wlih-ti .- -i; r : l "'.'l.
linn an.1 lu-niuty. l'ut up cuvi'int-nt r-.'-r 1. -. -I -' '1'
nerbj nini'zGfii'ritrk. With every i-' r oi- 1 rr' '.C'Arin.
iirfvlu' 11 itLirf,. riri-uikr Inv i .n s, er c i.-vu o.. H"-
For sale in Rock island by Uartz & Bahnsen. 3d Ave. aaJ 2 I'b s'r.'et-
R. G. Htjison. M J. Par"-
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attnJel i
fnrsisned when dfsired. , , ,
Shop cor First ave. ard Seventeenth et. Ko k a'?-
THE BEE HIVE,
Is showing the largest and
most complete line of
Cloaks and Millinery ever
shown in the tri-cities.
Ladies needing anything in
their line should not fail to
call and inspect their goods and prices
Willow Crown Sailor Hat.
BEE HIVE, rf
114 West Second Street, Davenport-