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ity ef the multitude? It was continuous
and air-splittiug all along the line and
everywhere else. The song that buret
forth at Chicago after Cleveland had been
nominated: "Four Years More for Grover,"
Was heard everywhere. The Democracy
couldn't keep quiet on such a day as this
and the air was vocal with all sorts of hi
DECORATIONS AND ILLUMINATIONS.
What ffu Done to Make the Capital Look
Washington is one of the most beautiful
cities in the world, and the people are just
ly proud of the fact. And it never looked
more lovely than today. The Capitol was
not generally decorated, but all was massed
about the inaugural stand. Here bunting
was profusely displayed, the president's
flag, composed of a blue field, upon which
is emblazoned the coat of arms of tbs
United states surmounted by thirteen
white tars. representing the original states
of the Union, being conspicuous as a cen
tral piece. All the department buildings
were beautifully draped in red, white, and
bine, and the private decorations were
abundant and elaborate.
Mrs. Cleveland Watches the Pageant.
Mrs. Cleveland was given a position in a
residence on Fifteenth street where she
had a perfect and uninterrupted view of
the pageant as it passed. The avenue was
a glow of color, "old glory" of course being
a conspicuous feature in all decorations.
All along the avenue there were stands
erected for sightseers upon which a eat
cost from 43 to 5 and these 6tands were
miracles of decoration. They fairly
glowed with color and were a study in
form and decoration.
Brilliant at Night.
Tonight the city will be illuminated as it
never was before. Nine electric suns
placed on stands twelve feet high, having
a diameter of thirty inches, will flash light
to all parts of the city from the Capitol.
The colonial salut will then be fired from
the Capitol by thirteen aerial cannon and
the salute returned by as many cannon at
the Washington monument. Pennsylvania
avenue will be lighted by forty union illu
minators and the treasury building illu
minated by two revolving suns, each six
feet in diameter. These will last till the
ball begins, and in the meantime the vis
itor will see the sky above the white lot
filled with the latest pyrotechnical inven
tions in full play.
The Grand Inaugural Ball.
Society will repair to the grand in
augural ball, for which also un
precedented arrangements have been made.
The president and his wife will arrive at
10 p. m. and will hold the usual reception,
and the dancing will stop at 1J o'clock in
deference to Sunday. The decorations of
the pension building,' where the ball will
be held, are superb, and run largely to
flowers as a compliment to Mrs. Cleve
land's love. for them. The entire ceiling of
the great hall is covered with a canopy
of white and gold, while draperies of white,
red and gold 1'ang entirely round the halL
It would require columns to describe the
decoration in detail.
President's Recepti in-Rooms.
The president's reception-rooms are elab
orately decorated in whit as a background
for a handsome floral display, comprising
orchids, asparagus, maidenhair ferns and
roses. The corners and every nook are
filled with plants and cut flowers. The
other reception-cooms are decorated with
p lants, flags and .shields, as are also the
ILLINOIS LEGISLATIVE WORK.
Ltttle bone in Either House Many As
SPEIKGFIELD, March 4. The' senate yes
terday made the resolution to put the
Western Military academy at Alton under
national guard inspection the special order
for next Wednesday. A joint resolution
was introduced requiring all insti
tutions supported in part or in
whole by state funds to pay wages of
employes weekly. The bill regulating life
insurance companies was ordered to third
reading, as was that requiring insurance
companies doing business in this state to
jmvc resiueut ngeuis. ionsiueration ot toe
HOW CARTER "DONE" SCHWAB.
Wheu lie Paid He Ate Light;
Schwab Paid tie Feasted.
Ovpr in J. R IV Van Clxiv' nftliw
the other afternoon, says the Chicago
Post, they were telling stories of Phe
days when Curler Harrison was mayor
ami one of tut okl-limers recalled this
incuieut: "When Harrison hrst ap
pointed Charlie Schwab comptroller
the I vo were exeat friends. I do not
mean to snv that the friendship does
not et continue, but it inav not be as
warnr as formerly. A dav or so after
Mr. hchirab look his place as comp
troller tie met Mr. Harrison in the
corridor about" noon. "ticim to lunch.
Charlie?' asked Carter. 'Yes,' was the
rejdy. '.So am 1; let us go together,'
proposed Carter. Schwab went along
with lii hnnmv On tliA iv.iv nrai ir
KernN. Carter suggested that they go
to lurcn togcMier every tlay. I'll pay
oue day and von uav the next.' saicl
the nuvor. The comptroller assented
nen ordering luucn Harrison was
conservative. He took a cut of roast
beef ordinary and a beer. The two
matched dollars lo see who would pay
for ihn first meal under the joint-lunch.
scneme. Harrison lost.
"Tin next day the mayor arid eoirm
trollcr visited Kern's again. 'What'll
VOIl lis VI. fVivfi.r" aiiil SoliirnK
felt tint he was the host, as it was his
day to pay. Carter scanned the bill of
fare, smacked his lips and said to the
waiter: Uirume some turtle soup,
red sr.anper. "teal duck, celery sauce,
radishes, vegetables and a bottle of
claret.' 'Guess I'll take the same.' said
Schwab, with a sigh that seemed to
come from the re?ion of his trouser'a
pocket It was a good meal and
fcchwa ) paid 3.75 for it.
"Thp llft ilriv it wo C-irfov1 ti-Aat
Hardly had be and Schwab landed in
their chairs at the table than the
mayor, iirnorinir bill of fare, rave hi
order 10 the pa icon: 'Gimme a corn-
beet sandwich ad a snit. I'm not
hungry to-day,' he added, addressing
"(iirinie the same,' said Schwab
with a -iigli that had m ire fervor in it
than thi one of the day before. Schwab
was hungry, and a sandwich and snit
did not suit him. but it would not have
been gt od form to order a meal more
expensive than the host of the day had
asked fr. Carter paid the bill of 30
"It w?nt along that way for some
ume. un . after s uav lo pav he was
not hu igry.' Whin it was Schwab's
luru to put ui the coin Carter had a
ravenois appetite. Oue day Carter
went inio Schwab's oGice at noon, only
to hud the comptroller '"one to
lunch,', the clerk said. -Why didn't
you wairfor me at lunch to-day, Char
lie?' asked Harrison when they met
"'I don't mind the money. Carter,
replied Schvrab in a half-sorrowful
tone. ! can't stand bein,; duuo ri"Ut
under n v own nose." a
LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS
CRirinn fnti .1
Follow ii.g wre Ike quotations on the board
of trade today: Wieat March, opened
.oc, ciosec ic; aiay, opened 78Wc, closed
7?iic; July, opened Ttic, closed "V,c. Corn
march, opened 41c, closed 94c; May,
opened 44 jc. closed Pgc; July, opened 4ic
closed 44 c Oats March, opened 1
closed c; May, opened Ui.Uc, closed 3Ziai
July, opined c, closed c. Pork
ai&rcn, oiened 51S.O.J.S, closed J18.60: May.
opened SH.tChi: closed IH.W. July, opened
$18.9.. claed $18.W. Lard-Marco, opened
i..u, cios-Hi jid.iu. aa
Live stock Hogs: The price at the Union
stock yards today ranged as follows:
Receipts for the day 18.IW0; quality onlv
air. left over about 4.UUU; market was
active on packing and shipping account,
and' feel ng- firm; prices were 10c
higher, si.les ranged at $5.30&7.4i piK3
$7.5U8.10 light, t7.9Ja8.03 rough pack
ing, S7.PU4.:!5 mixed, and S8.1UU8.S3 heavy
packing an 1 shipping lots.
Cattle Receipts for the dar loom- oii
lain man 6i oniy moaerate.lv
packing and shipping account: ffvlino- rti
bill reauirinz fire insurance rnmnnniea tn. easy; quo ations ranged at 8.1:11 a
pay full amount of policy in case of total I eoofhoice t j extra shipping steers. KB53.2i
! . . - r irood to c he ice da. 4. liinA tv fair a
loss was choked off by adjournment to
The Bu Follows the Senate.
The bouse also adjourned to Monday.
Many members were absent at Washing
ton. The original bill prohibiting the
discharge of employes because they belong
to unions turned up missing and the com
mittee's favorable report on a substitute
was withdrawn and the matter recommit
ted, a number of bills were introduced, and
a batch of those favorably reported sent to
Smith Whips Joe Goddard.
New Orleans, March 4 Joe Goddard,
the "barrier giant." and Ed Smith, the Den
ver pugilist, met last night in the arena of
the Olympic club for a purse of tlO.COO, the
loser to take $1,500, barely enough from the
purse to defray his training expenses. The
winner also took the 5,oiKi side wager.
Smith knocked Goddard out in the eight
eenth round, and surprised the 5,500 spec
tators with his endurance and skill.
Oi-eshs.ni 'Start for the Capital.
CHICAGO, March 4. Judge Greehum said
good-bye to his friends in the government
buildins yesterday. He made a tour of all
the offices and shook hands with the var
ious officials. The judge will go at once to
Washington and return Jubout the end of
next week to finish some court matters
that yet need attention.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington, March 4. The following are
the weather indications for twenty-four hours
from 8 p. m. yesterday i-or Indiana and
Illinois Fair weullier: northerly winds: colder
in southern Indiana. For Lower Michigan -hair
weather; northwesterly winds. For Iowa
'- Fair weather; variable winds: slowly rising
temperature. For Wisconsin Fair weather,
northerly iud... For Upper Michigan Fair,
colder weather; northwesterly winds.
$3.65(34.00 common to medium do., $3.404.00
ouicuera siaers. sz.wauj.:: stozkers, $2.SU&4.3
Texas stee-s, Sia"iJVt.a feeders. $2.1033.50
cows. $3,003 heifers, $'2.;aa.75 bulls, and
$3.U0i2.ti.S0 vi al calves.
Sheep Receipts for the day 8.00J; quality
fair; market rather active and prices un
changed; qaotations ranged at $4.W&5.2.5
per 1U0 lbs vesterns, $3.oOi(fr5.4 natives and
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, SBVi
STc per lb: fancy dairy. 243ic; packing
stock, lai&ies. Eggs Fresh stock, 17&l"!4c
per doz. D -eased poultry Chickens, lllic
per lb; turkeys. lS&lJe; ducks, 12814c;
geese. l(X&lJc. Potatoes Wisconsin Bur
banka. rjQ.753 per bn; Hebron, (M7Uc; Peer
less. er8.GHc: Kose, 68y;0c. Sweet potatoes
Illinois; $3.SH(M per bbL Apples Fair to
good. $2J2&&.UO per bbl; fancy. $3.254t4-0O.
Cranberries Jerseys, fancy, $10.U0ifcll.0u per
bbL Honey White clover in 1-pound sec
tions, limine per lb; broken comb, 10c; dark
comb, good undition. 8c; extracted, iSLsc
New York, March 3.
Wheat No. - red cash advanced ,4c fell Jc
following Chicago; mainly local trade with
some foreign selling; now He up; firm, fairly
active; May and July most active: May, 80 3-16
GWiV. June. 81,li?i81 5-16c; July. KX882c;
JUeceinb.T. tOUc. Kve irrniiimt- '.
60ttjc Bar ey Quiet, firm; state, 64a!e:
western. !..; No. 1 Toronto, aS)93c: No.
2 do. 42K5c Corn No. 2 advanced Jjc early
with the wesi and coverinir. dcclfm.H u.
realizing; st ;ady, dull: No. S, t'vfJ54t-4c;
steamer iuixe.U Mjtf&'ff.V; May, SlJi'ifril 3-luc;
July, SlVo-K-fcC Oats No. dull; aesier;
state. 34(48 4c: western. JliJKu.,.. Hi...
SWisa Pork Juiet and steady: new mesa!
$w.i; old n ess, SW.&aia.fjO; extra prime
nominal. Lard Quiet: firm; steam ren
dered. $13.20 a; ked.
Live Stock; Cattle i,ri .,n i,
- - - .. uu.i 4UI KLll
grades; poorest to best native steers. $1.43 as 80
Pur in) lbs: To.nn-i SI ut- , .n . .i...
$i.Umi.9j. tfhevv ana Lamus-slieepsMiw but
tea..y. .ainbs dull and a : hikde easier, slieep.
Il. ii.iki per 1 JO lbs; lauilis. jC.O-tijJi.8 '. Hogs
N..ci;llia Iv tl in: live lini 4Ls nra r.i m.
President Harrison Bids Good
Bye to Friends.
BUSY TAT AT THE WHITE E0USE.
Adieu to Privat Secretary Ilalfnrd and
the Cabinet The Little Ones of the
Household Make the Rounds Quiet
Dinner to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Latchstrlng Out at Stevenson's Rooms
A Constant Stream of Callers The
House and the World's Fair Ao Eco
WASHINGTON', March 4. The last day of
the outgoing executive is always a busy
and fatiguing oue, and President Ham
ion's experience yesterday, but served to
rmphasize the truth of this statement. At
an earlier hour than usual the president
was at his desk going over the bills ready
for his examination and approval. He
was subjected, however, to constant inter
ruptions until a late hour in the afternoon,
and that he was able to make any progress
st all in his work proved his unusual
powers of application Before the hour
for opening the house to the public the
president received a number of callers,
chiefly senators nud representatives who
s-ere interested in the me tsure on his
desk awaiting his signature. A few of
them, however, called merely to say good
bye. A Troubled Woman Disappointed.
Later, Indiana people who are in office,
to the number of half a dozen or so, called
to bid the president farewell, and this was
one of the hardest experiences of the day.
After the exchange of calls with Mr. Cleve
land and a brief but touching leave-taking
of his cabinet the president received the
members of the diplomatic corps, who
called in a body to say farewell. Xearly
every member of the corps was present. In
the intervals between these semi-public
functions the president was called upon to
furnish his autograph to numerous seek
ers. In the corridor outside waited a
woman interested in behalf of an unfortun
ate prisoner whose application for pardon
was pending. The president was com
pelled to inform her that the case not beinsr
a capital one with a sentence to be execut
ed before 12 o'clock today he could uot pos
sibly find the time to consider it.
farewell to Major Hulford.
After lunch the crowd thinned out and
the president was left largely to himself.
At 3 o'clock he baJe adieu to Major Hal
ford, who then took the train for New
York. This was quite a trial to both of
them. Neither is much given to manifest
ing any emotion, but they are possessed of
sentimental natures which were stirred to
their depths by t he severance of relations
which had existed lunuy years, and which
during the pat four years had been as in
timate as those between brothers. The lit
tle folks. Benjamin and Mary McKee. in
charge of their governess, made the rounds
of the hou-e befure closing, .saying good
bye to the clerks and employes and e.
piesiug their regret over the coming sepa
ration miile prettily.
Dined Mr. lrveliiml and Wife.
lu the nftc-rnmin President Harrison re-
ceivid and in cepted the resignations of As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury Gear and
Solicitor of the Treasury Hepburn. These
allicinls are members-elect of the Fifty
third congress, and had to sever their rela
tions with the department. In the evening
at 7:;i0 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland were
entertainL'd at dinner cu fauiille by Presi
ient H.irii.sou hud Mrs. McKee. The af
fair was entirely informal, and the meal
was partaken ot in the piivatediningrooni.
Closed Hi fiovf-rnoient Account.
A few days ngo President Harrison re
ceived his last month's pay in the shape of
a dr:m w.r t4.iilti.0T, issued on a warrant to
the Uutsurer signed, as usual, by the secre
tary of the trr-r.snry and sent over to the
bite HotiM? by a messenger. Ycsterdav
be received another draft for $416.05, issued
by the treasury department in the same
way, representing his pay for service as j
president of the United States for the first
three days of March, and closing his ac
count with the government.
Mecca l the Democracy.
Vice President-elect Stevensou remained
in his apartments all day, and with but
slight cessation there was a stream of
callers. Xo formality of any kind was ob
served. The door was wide open and Mr.
Steveusou had a hearty handshake and
pleasant word for all. It was the Mecca of
the DeunK-raey. Fully ;s,000 people paid
their respects duriug the day. After din
ner Mr. Stevenson and his family repaired
to the public parlor -.f here they held a re
ception. Mr. Stevenson was assisted by
bis wife and duughter. For an hour or
more they were . ept busy receiving the
greetings of their fneims ntid partisans.
The lleid of the Ticket.
Mr. p.ml Mrs. Cleveland remained in their
rooms ail day except as to the two calls at
the White House, and it-ceived a few
friends. The president-elect felt that he
must save himself for the work of today.
FIGHT OVER THE
The House Cuts the Money Down In
fpiie of I'rotest.
Washington. March 4 Thpr -
great flht in tue house over the appropri
ation lor th. World's fair. Tin. frionrl r.r
the fair asked for help to carry out the ar
rangement already made with the assent
of the national commission., but the house
would not give it. ote after voti wn.
had during last night on the sundry civil
bill clause referring to the fair which had
beeu dealt liberally with in thi iiht !..
it u no use. 'ii'eonoinv" was the word
Wauls Its Mouey Hack.
lu the I liiU-eprovidiuirtor iuries. awards
etc.. the house showed its spirit. The
amount asked for and needed was J510.OO0,
but i he Louse refused to give it except with
the condition thm it I made a charge upon
the fair to be repaid by .Nov 1. next. As
thusaiftingeii thesetiaie conferrees agreed
to the i.i,i. V..: ii, . stfuate will do re
mains to Ik.-t-ei:
All N.jiht ;! Iu Congress.
WASIIINuroN. March 4 - U .1. ..,o. ...i
"' ci.iihi; ultu
house were in rc..nij im .. i.. i ti,
ate thetoi . -ii.tx- iM.o.-.on the legislative,
inmioiuce. ag. .cultural and naval bills were
agreed to. tin In ure hav,u ;its own wav
especially iu i he l.-i -!.n i c in c,Itliu.I
uowu aiiiiiri:,tiii! A ....... i r
- . ui uouse.
bills, hmny lehiic for
Daswd. At n laic h...... .t . .
- , , ,. " ouurj civil,
Uelicien. v ai.d Jn.liau uppropi iatiou bills
. . . ... ...... IV i.i tl UiJ.
In the iiou.se tli i.,-i : ..1.
post of iice aud legislative bills were finally
agreed lo ou contcreuce reports. Attempts
of friends of the World's fair to agree to
larger appropriations to that enterprise
were Den-isteiitlv beaton a. .1 . 1... .
. - w ute i,Mrai
report nil except the ibne uamed in the
wcuuix lejivi if auuvc una oeen agreed to.
How They Putt?!! Hritl.-s in Tunis.
A girl in Tunis, after she is betroth
ed. i coopi'd up in a small room, with
s;hackl'.;s of jrohl .nid silver upon her
ankles and wi isls. If she is to be mar
nod to a man ho has discharged, dis
jiatt'lied or lost :i former wife. I lie
bbuckics vhicli the former bride wore
are put .h pin the new bride's limlis.and
she is fed till they an filled u; to the
proper thickness. The foo.l used for
this custom, worthy of barbarians, is a
seed called drouth, which is of an ex
traordinary fai i-imiw ipiaiity. With
this se.'.i ail naiioual disli, cus-
ciisso. t'.ic oride is toivibiv fed. aud
many ::o:iially die it it ler the .spoon.
Jiusicrit A jr.
Catarrh in the head is a constitu
tional disease and requires a consti
tional remedy like Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, to effect a cure.
, RE YOU IN NEED?
- IF YOU
Want a cook
Want s partner
Want ' a suua'lon
Want to rent rooms
Want a tervart gal
Want to sell a lurm
Want to sell a hoe
Want to exchanec umttiiog
Want t fell housthold fwnif
Want to moke any realeotate loan
Want to sell or irade fcranvibinz
Want to find cus'omern for niuthin
USB TI1K.-K COLUMNS.
nHK DAILY AKQITS DELIVERED AT YOU K
1 doorevir evening lor li4c per week.
DOR SALE A SMALL KIT HEN RANGE IN
I goixi order, Arply t once at MIS second
WANTED A POSITION
writer anl ftenoj rather.
rTTANTED A ROOM MAI E-YOUSO JUN
VV pri'ferred; excellent hoard and pleisant
roi.ni; auureos z,, care or A no i s.
WANTED A VITIATION BY A YOUNG
i man io nas a Knowledge cf bcrVkeep njr
ard vpeaks both Swcdit-h aid Gcimtn flueLt'v
. . .1 I . V. . . . . . . .1 . -
nuites . v. uui iv,. aiui:iii.
I nil f4T.V PfU'k' Tjt A Vr .v
, . - - . ...... . f v. v. , j, v i
" j.-.... , . .i v. . i v. i iiuaLvuu aim wile
to work together. Apply for particuii rs to this
. , fV, u .. 1. . . . ..I - . .... . I
1T7NTED A I.1VB MAN OR WOMAN IN
t every county w ncre e haTe not already
c red a rtpresectative to fell our "Xevuria sil.
ver" Solid Melal Krtves, Frrka and Spoors to
consumers; a solid metal as while as silve; no
llute lo wear off; goods pnaianteed to wear a
lifetime; cost about one tenth that of silver; the
chance of a lifetime; asents averan"e from $M to
10i per week aud meet with ready rales every
where, to great is the demind lor onr Solid
Metal Goods. Over One Million Do'lars' worth of
foocs in oaliv nee. cafe of samples free. Ad
rtte fcilverware Co., 133 E.scx street, Boston
STATE SAVINGS BANE
OtBee Corner Kifteexth street sud Third Ae.'
Sncceedstbeslolisefeavinn sls. Organised IStsS
5 PerCHTJRTEtEST .Al ON DEPOSITS.
Orssnlzed under State Lawn.
Open;f rom B s. m. to 8 -i in., and WedncfJay aid
batarday n'.gbts from? to 9pm
Pobtkr Skisnkr. - . President
H. A. AtaswoRTB, - - Vice-President
j. r diniNwir, - . Cashier
rorter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
i A. Rose, H . A. A ins worth,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Prlberg, r. F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mil for private parties in the eardan
spot of the west.fay the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
R. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. DiST-Cashier.
Mitchell A L Tilde. Bankers
J. F. Robinson, Caetier Rock Island Nations
C. C Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
THE TBATELEKS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND & PACIrIC KAIL
wsj Depot eornei Fifth avenue and Tfcirty
lr.t street. Frank H. Pltunmer, agent.
tKABT. ! tWssT,
11 OS am 4:41 am
Cocncil Bluffs A Minneso-1
ta Day Express (
Ksnsss taty Day Express...
bonnet, 'luffs i Monneso- I
'pries. f . 7:40 sm 7:16 pm
Omaha snd Denver Vesti-1 I
bnle Express ( .44 am t:58am
KsnsasCitf Umited... ... 4:4s smill;10 pm
Stuart-Rock Island EipregH 5:40 pm I 9:1 8 km
Daily. tOoing east. tGoIng west.
BURLINGTON ROUTE- O, B. k . RAIL
wsy Depot First avenne and Sixteenth st.
J. Yon ait, agent.
si. lorn gxpress
St. Ion a Btprees
ct. I sai Express
Way Freight (Monmouth)...
Ht! Paul Express
C CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
s way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, B, D. W. Holmes. agent.
slai, and Express
St. Paul Express ,
B :00 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue snd Twentieth street. Y.
a. Kooawell, Agent.
sat Mall Express
Srprebs.. ...... .........
4 00 pm
7 :f B pm
1 :25 pm
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS 4 NORTH
ero railway, depot foot of Brady treet,Dav
ei'port. J.tt Hannegan, Gen.T'kt A Pass Auent.
10 45 am
t U S 131
We are determined to sell off the balan
"11 ll I 1 l T-kt-k--... . f:
ran ana winter siock at bakuaiin PRlCFS j
prising several complete lines, a number of I
unci, duu incguiar ic5 ui cAteiienuy madegoc.
The COST we have not considered
The PRICES we have put on them v
run them off quickly.
A7"ri or lit. V, ( rrrrn
A I v I
1704 SECOND AVEXCi
Bill of Fare
Clothes pins pr dfzen - 01c
Clothes pins patent spring 03c
Towel rollers each - 09c
Tin spice cabinets 8 draw's 82c
Pound butter moulds 22c
Self wringing m: p3 25c
Uair brushes - - 07c
Hand brushes - 03c
Trick saving banks - 07c
Nickle alarm clocks - 68c
Nickle plat sad irons per lb 05c
100 boxes pipitris
Corn peppera, 1 qt -Wood
Towel Rings -Tea
Wood pails, toy
Lamp chimneys No. t .
Damp chimneys No, 2
Hard wood toothpicks
Al ways 'he lf-a'ier in ow
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 Second Ave.. Rock Island, Teleph.-nc 12!6
402 Fifteenth street. Moline
Never before heard of prices,
At G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
FOURTH AVE., DRUG STORE
A. J. HILL,
is now open with a full line of New Drugs and Chemicals.
"Prescriptions carefully compounded with the purest drug.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
' U Second Street. CAVEXPOM. lOtfl
Leave West Davenport.