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l UK AUG US, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1(5,
Highest of aa In Leavening Poer. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ; AY ITH HAND OX G U X
The Way an Attempted Assas
sination Was Baffled.
A KANSAS CITY OFFICEB'S PERIL
ELOQUENCE AD LIB.
The Outlook in the Upper House
i tinned purcnsse
ot stiver outauu titu ,
TISHT ONLY BEGUS. SAYS 7O0EHEE:
Little Chur for Cloture. None for Wesr
Ins ot the Opposition. and "There loi
Ar"-(ciDiprooi Talk Tlia: a LnuU
eille Courier Journal Man Declare! It
"Rot" Inrnr, lili.nul Kepeal r Sota
105 the Mogaa if th AdaiinUtration.
'KSul".v, O.-t 16 Th. ta.k here ;
relative to ifce senate situation is "ccmpro- ;
mis." aa i that In sr '- ot the boa-t mad;
ty Vcorhees jut : ef re aijourcn.ent .Sat
ordiy Jote f Neva i was oa tie Soor .
advocating Jrees.lv? mi w i ;u:'e a'
0.-i.rl:meLtary fact receiving tie c.oe
tettiva of as many a, ixty Mantcr, 1
when V oorhees roe and said that with the
consent (:f Jones tt oui I l.ke to move
an adjourn i.er.t. J 534 said he would
cons. ir sich a mot. 33 a fvor. Taea
Vo -rhee gave Jor.es onie "Soft itiitr 1
about the wy '.'. th senators loved the
Nevai states. nan. and before making h.s
mot. on sa: i: "I Tit-sire to. correct snv
minds. There are
certain direct ion
there is anybody who :
friend and advocate of
surrendered r have it in
I desire to answer. m the i
Hii.iMjriE, ttru 01 me sa;ty ea.-., jut. a iJaui
Jones, that we have oniy br;as tie
Jnne Oairk at Implying to Question.
There a one thing about Jones- speech
that made i: interesting :f t.o other, ani
that waa the pr .rr.pt nn) with which he
replied to ;n-.rr.-gf,rie. He wa aked if
in r roved processes of production were not
the real caue of Uyx price, aa.: he
no. without g.viag aty re-..n t.e nr..
however. The i:.'r.-r-: q action .atti.e op
and he t&.r. th tt :.en prices were falling
ar.yii.ttre: ua,t:j hi-h "Then." said
White of Louisiana, -tr.e effect of the re
rn onet .zat ion of ilv.-rwoiili be to increase
the rate- f int.-rt : -
I Proceeding in Senate and Hm.
V'ashingts Oct 15 la tbe senate Sat
urday Morgan, reply ic to some newspaper
criticisms, said the Voorheea bill was not
uncondi iona: repeai of the Sherman act
but tnjuriou a :.i cowardly. Amecdnient
to th ruir ?re oSeied forbidding the
; readme by eaators of ;eches either
, wnttrn or pr:n ed, diMj-ialifyicg senators
ii.te:(-!-;Ti i-j Lat.onai ijiks from voting
j 03 tir.aiicia. que-ti-.r.. tOrai;l the count-ic-m
a ti-it-rui! c mattovt prrvut anj
. rrtu:ii to v. tf, aj i provid.n; f. the
, c.oe of drtwte he ra;ue iv as it : ileae
j in the h.;.ue. ihe r-vd-.iii.u rifcrr-.r.; :o '
the eiect.oas coicm;ttee the q;ic:.on j
w hrti er aoMriit cLator Can tt c.-u:il.ed t
to attend was arevd to. Dubois ara:n re- i
fused to vote vhea caileii npon. Peffcr ,
(ae ar.'ther action ci hi srxrecb. Then?
t Jones of Ner.u laa a sf-ech. and he- i
r-.re he concial-d .rhe moved to ad
journ, w hica w l carr.ed.
The hoiie ccat.nuei the d:?ns,ion of
the McCreery h.il to suspend Chiaesr rv
istrattoa for sir; motitLs. The !:scu:tn
wis orrary am: uniijtert-j-tic. T;.e h:V.
-.i-petii:ai for ;his year the law rquir:r
i'.X worth of w. rk ;r annana to tv dorn
on ruin.cs c.a:rr s a piseu and the re-o
iatioLs rea.-i.: j the L'aioa Yxc-.&s r
cttvtrrshtp aj-rt i to.
His Beady Revolver Prove th RieM
Thine l the tticht Place Prospect Thai
Henry Starr Will Get HU Ueserta His
Romantic Marriage Poaae Artec Bil.
Dalton and Gang Insanity Acquit a
Wife Batcher Crime Items.
DKSVtB. Oct !. Facts have jest come
to light regarding aa attempt made Kri-
i day night to murder Captain Crews, keepet
01 ice county ial as the capjiin left the
jail just af'er h o'clock that evening he
was accosted by a woman who said that a
man was injured in a house c;ose by, and
wanted him. The wotEan acted strangely,
but the captain fol'owed her with his hand
on t:s revolver. She led him to the reet
of a darkened house back of Santa Fe tve
1 ' . . .j iitre ue Is, u.s-
The Captain's Revolt er Speaks.
Two tnea With clubs jumped t.-om the
darkness on to:h sides and attacked tht
captain. He was reat'y for them, and
shot one and Lit the other in the face with
the butt end f the gun. Thinking there
miht be rucreof them, he thea escaped.
No arrests t,.ve beea made. Captoia
Ciews. who is a Republican, thinks hi.
assailants were political eueiait?.
n.tiy rtva.l m 1
vtrv Mt rr.ind
OVER TWO ViLL!0S5
lie rtl ot lfi:firo liar at the (.real
just at th
h.nks that the
this b:l: htve
antuae of the
v- i:-t r.t-r
i.e d: i
a free coinage
ju'.I I on a
"Not a p.-trt x.e
replied. -Ii..t a
lr cent, inttir:
pny v r c-r.: :..
V.ia a-k-i .'.
fear a s-r:'."js :i, ..:
cijiriaire were s-.vt
16 to 1.
Jones l l.HVe
that in ten ti:ii;ote nftt-r
L.li beca-:.e s.'.ver 1
par:ty w.tn x ,.4 Wl s:ay there."
Mighty lour I'rcispert for a Vote. I
Jones ready threshed over the sijj- eld !
?raw that t is beta thrvshed fir years or. I
th:- ques-.or.,, tut he did it in a ruore en- j
tertii..i!jr way, and in spite of tr.e fact'
that a Kvi dea. of the silver talk is neither ,
entertain;:.;, Lor new the question is the
pe that, .a on top here, and elsewhere. If 1
Voorhees was in tamest in his declaration
that the f.ght was on.y jat legun there is '
.mpiy no hope for aa end. Cloture is cot
popular 1a the senate. The traditions of
that body are against it. Thc-re is 'way
dowa ia the hearts of many eenators the
hope that the senato.ial "courtesy'' idea
that all senators will obey the spirit of the
rulfs and not resort to obstruction against
a majority will prevail. That hope holds
good in spite of tne numerous instances
that show it to be a vain one. The fact re
main that the seaate is at the mercy of
the minor.ty and that without cloture
there is nothing to be done but compromise
and that on lines dictated ty the minority.
Compromise the Only Way Out.
So compromise talk holds the boards.
The common expectation is that some
compromise will be brought forward on
the Democratic side and be pressed to a
ote at the earliest possible moment Just
when this moment will arrive doubtless
depends largely upon the nature of tbe
lur.ncoming compromise, for if it is not
of Chicago Iav at
V orl.l t Kair.
Ch. ck ,.. Oct i-i The attendance for
last week at the World- fair did tot reach
th; figures ths: many sargume people
ttougiit it would, but it did very well,
there hv.r.g 'area tj.ore half dollars
dropped into the fair strong bvx thn dur
ing the wole m Jhth of May. The seven
day record was la: V1. The total attend
ance for the peri i of the fair has r-eu up
to Saturday ni jt lT.N-A.'.ey, leavir. irss
than 2. .;; to make up the coveted i.' -.j,'A.
This we -l the acfcools ra the city
have a holiday at d the adnilssicn for "chil
dren under is yei.rs'- Las been recced to
li- cents, the ide& being to perm.t the at
ttndmce tf poor ch.liren. To still fur
ther secure tne tad generous citizens are
buying tickets to give to the chiiurea, an i
cp to this wnti ,g J-'.iMj have been pur
chaed. Manhattan da.- winds ap this week,
which began wui. a pi.d a; tendance of
M, and New Yorkers are trjir.g to
make the day tival 'Chicago day. One
scheme is to Lave half a d. zcn Nev York
regrnents uf mil :u here, including the
famous Sevenia A strong tffortw.il be
made o get I're-. jent Cleveland here for
that day ai; o. T..-e directory has had
On. souvenir t.ckeis pr.nted format day,
and ho;eful cnes are predicting that there
wiil be that many pa.J alunssiuns Oct. '.4
will be Mary Washington day, ani Oct.
. Daugtters of the ilcvoiut.ou .day. It
wi.i be calied Patriotic day and 1 .'i.
is the attendance li-ire set, waica wt.I be
the ca-e jierhaps.
Hi-President H.'.rrison was received by
the national fon.mi-sion Sturd.y and
made a hrirf -;rrch. He then went 011
with sight-seeing as pia;a "lieu" Har-
THREE WRECKS IN ONE DAY
An I m..T tunatr I ngine on the Chiraso
nutl Nunhtru I'nrific.
vti.(.Aou, uct. l . After stiffermg two
miuor wrecks, Eng.ce No. 14. of tbe Chi
cagoand Northern Pacific railroad, got in
the way of a fast 15 ilt.more and Ohio pa.
aenger tra.n at the Archer avenue crossin
and was smashed to bits. Five persons
were hurt in the wreck. They are: Charles
Aiken, Ueievan, is., back hurt and legs
bruised; James Cinuon. Duburiue. Ii
Kit 1 , . -T -t- -r 1. .. ,T ....
acceptable to the s.lverites they can. and I v ' Z "L t.' J , ' urem?.n
probably will, put many ob-tacles in tbe Z" j H ,, rt- i xv 7 V-V-
war of itsenaptment.ir.tr. 1- Th- y, Bnc hiP hurt- J,,3a tson, Chicago.
ab-; course of events meanwhile is aeon-' II? u?1 bcrt "f . .
tinuance of t he d.-bte lWu.bl. m. IaVld L.1IeT- Baltimore and Ohio
., , ,, " . n, trme, uruisea in 'umr-inz
wih fonow Jones .a the oratory and dur- . Engineer Frank 'ilartsron, of the Haiti
ingthe continuance of the debate there f .n,, , llh; '
I . . 1 c , ' " .c c:e
. ! 1 .. . .. L L .
utLe ii) nu ijoiir or taore auu runnin.
The Stonewall Brigade band, of Rich
mond, Ya, has arrive i. anil will he the
attraction at Mount Vernon House. It is
the band that foil .wed -tone:; Jacksoa
ail throuch the w ir
Lord and Ijidy Aberdeen pre at the fair
to stay to the end.
The Evangelical Alliance, Humane, and
v a.f-saving congresses have
anu tne . c. I . I. has taken t
at the Art Insiitti.
RC VANCE C? A DESPERADO,
Who Will, if All (,ui. Properly, stretch a
ten Feet ot llrnip.
FoP.T Smith, Ark.. Oct. :ti Henry Starr,
one of the most uoturious bank and train
robix-rsia the west w3a placed on t.ial here
today for hi life. The spec; So charge is the
killing of United Slates Marshal Floyd
i.siii in the Ind.an Territory ou the i;th
cf last Ix-ce:i.ber. Hmry Starr woa his
wife in romantic sty.e. At the time of the
Pryor Creek train robbery in August of
last year. Starr rema.ued oa the platform
of the Erst coach, whi.e Lis Cunfederates
went through the tra.n.
A young g.rl, ild with terror, jumped
from the tar and fed ia the darkness.
When their work was !one Starr and his
men mounted and rode rapidly away.
Only a short distance frora the railway
they encountered tne girl, who seemed
crazed with fear. Starr too her oa his
horse to the out.aw camp and she became
attached to him. She gave her came as
Mary Smith, of Joplin, Mo. Pursuit get
ting warm Starr sent the girl home, prom
is.ng to go to Joplin and marry her. A
weeks later the outlaw appeared at
Jojiin. and after gaining the consent of
the girl s parents marr.ed her under the
came of Frank Jackson.
Itol.i ItiU Dalton ainl His Gang.
Sri. LWATLii, o. T. Ott. 16 Bill Daltoa
and two of his gang. Hill Doolaa and
Texas Newcomb. came to town and bo.dly
paraded the streets. They were not mo
lested and no depredations were at
tempted. A posse of United States mar
shals have left Guthrie determined to cap
ture or exterminate the band, aad a des
perate butle is io - ked f .r.
stole Property Worth Over ST.OOO.
MtMI-iila, O.-t. p-.. A special to The
Commercial from Chattanooga. Tenn.,
says: HurInrs entered the office f Ca-ey
6c Hedges" It dler Wi.rks. op?:,ed the safe
and secured ei.i.0 in Lotes, f 1,1. in bonds
and in casn. There is no clew to the
idea tity of the rv bhs-rs. A port. on of the
notes were found in a mtitii.ited cendi
t'on under a freight cur.
wih be fair opportunity offered for luto
tiations looking to the expected compro
COMPROMISE TALK IS ROT'
the Courier JouruaJ' Corresotinilcnt
Kuows Whereof fie Telegraphs.
LorisViLLE, Oct. IS A Washington
special to The Courier Journal gays: The
political atmosphere of Washington is
heavily charged witn compromise specula
tion. It is discussed in allt places where
statesmen resort to exchange opinions.
Every man has a solution of the situation.
The friends of compromise assert posi
tively tiie.r confidence iu effecting a com
promise before the close of the present
They also say that many of the strong
est friends of the repeal on the Democratic
feide will accept their proposition. Some
of them go so f.ir as to say that Demo
cratic senators close to the president now
favor an honorable compromise, believing
that it would be the best way out of the
difficulty, aad turn they have little doubt
but tiiat tl e president would sign a bill of
this nature if passed.
All of this compromise talk is rot, but is
piven by The Courier Journal's correspon
dent only for what it Is worth. He takes
no stock in any of it. However he called
to see the secretary of the treasury and
those Democratic United States senators
who are known to represent the views ot
the president and the administration upon
this interesting topic, which for the last
three months has absorbed nearly all of
tbe public mind.
These gentlemen assert positively and
emphatically that, so far aa the adminis
tration and its friends are concerned, no
proposition whatever looking to the con
pret.y good rate when we approached the
crossing. I looked -arefully for the signal
and saw the white l.ght and further on a
lantern signal 'all right.' Iran on, and
owing to the numt-er of houses near by
did not see the Northern Pacific train
until it was too late to do anything. As
soon as I saw the danger I put on the air
brake aud reversed ! he eutrine. There was
absolutely no negligence on my pu t."
A telegram frora Jackson. Mich., says,
referring to the d saster at that place,
that late reports of the physicians are To
the effect that one cf their patients. Miss
Johanna Healey, of Morris Kun, Pa., is
likely to die. Miss Hlanche Beardslee was
uiucb stronger and the physicians think
she will recover. M-s. Timothy Donovan
also shows improv ment, though she is
not thought to lie out of danger as y;et.
All the rest of the i ljured were reported
as doing as well 11s could be expected.
Part of a human skull has been found in
the wreck aud no ol e has any idea whose
it can be.
Marion Ilarlai ;l'a Novel loor.
New Yoi:k, Oct G. Mrs. M. V. Ter
hune (widely known :y hernom de plume
of "Marian Harland' has sailed for a pro
traded tour in thee ist. It is Mrs. Ter
hune's purpose to -ravel through Syria
and Palestine. She has engaged David
Jatnal, of Jerusaleti, the most experi
enced oriental dragoman, as her escort,
and will make cnttiel back pilgrimages to
Bethlehem, to Abraham's tomb at
Hebron, to the harems of Damascus, to
tbe famous monastery of Mar Saba, the
oldest in the world, and to other places
She is accom panied by her son.
It Is intended to la a submarine raid
in the Caspian sea.
Another llotniriilal Maniac Loose,
Si. LoriS. Oct. Vay n la t John
Daley, known as "iszy John-- aud "Sal
vation Daley." killed his wife by chopping
her head off with an ax. Whea the of
ficers entered the room tee headless trunk
of the murdered woman was on a bed and
a child was clinging to it. crying. A jury
has just acquitted him ou the ground of
Work of a Ilaktartil- Rrote.
Toleimj, O., Oct. 16 Garret Manly, a
plaster r of this city, is under arrest for
attempting to murder his wife. The woman
had just given birth to a child when the
dastardly brute attacked her, stabbed her
with a table fork, dragged her out of bed
and kicked her. She can hardly recover.
Jealousy is the alleged cause of the crime!
The Judge Lynch Who "Doesn't Go."
Memphis, Tenn., Oct. :c G. W. McKie,
a niemler of the Mississippi legislature
from Marshall county, surrendered to the
sheriff at Holly Springs to escape tbe
wrath of a mob i f necncs bent on lynch
ing him. He shot and fata.iy wounded
John Dean, a negro employed j'a his plan
tation, during a difficultv.
Ho Maligned Mrs. Lease.
Topeka, Kas., Oct. 10 Mrs. Mary E.
Lease, the Populist orator, created a big
sensation at Lebanon, in northwestern
Kansas. Friday . wheu she declared that
if the editor of a local paper were present
she would publicly horsewhip him before
the 500 people assembl.-d to hear her speak.
Ia refetricg to Mrs. Leases appointment
at Lebanon, Lew Hedley, of the Smith
Center pioneer, made a vile statement
about that lady's character.
Thirty or forty Iforses Burned.
Chicago, Oct. 10. -The livery stables of
L. Xusbaum i: Son, at 449 to h'4jl State
street, were destroyed by fire. There were
thirty or forty head of horses in tlie barn,
moktof them high-priced animal, and
every one was suffocated before they could
be removed. They were chiefly carriage
horses, owned by residents in the neigh
borhood. South Dakota Cm versify Burned.
Vebmilliox, S. D.. Oct. 10. The main
building of the Sute university has been
burned. Loss. tlOO.OW). The books of the
library were saved. A student named D.
Wallace, from Elk Point, aad Ernest Fish
er were injured severely. Xothing was
saved in the museum, all the valuable
specimens being destroyed.
Air Bmkes Fail to Work Again.
Chicago, Oct. 16. A passenger train
bound for Grand Crossing ran into another
train bound for South Chicago at the Van
Buren street station of the Illinois Central
railroad. The accident was due to the air
brakes of the Grand Crossing train refus
ing to work. Nobody was hurt.
Great Grandsoa for Queen Tie.
Bucharest, Oct. 18. The crown Drinceaa
of Koumaaia, formerly the Princess Maria
of Edinburgh, has given birth to a son.
rutin sue ana toe baoy are doing well.
STREET SCENE AT MINNEAPOLIS.
Man and Wife Quarrel, mud Ho Shoot
Her and Commits Suicide.
Minneapolis, Oct. 16. A man and a
woman were observed talking at the cor
ner o; Fourth street and Third avenue
South- The woman struck the man,
knocked his hat off aud scattered the
package he carried and with another
woman started to run down Third avenue.
The man followed, and pulling a revolver
fired at the woman, missing her. She took
refuge in Johnson & Hurd'smill and he
shot again, the shot taking effect in her
Ti.e maa then stood in the door-way,
and for some seconds, unhindered by any
of the by stande-s, fixed his revolver and
then shot himself ia the mouth, dying al
most i-stant!y. The came of the man is
V. F. Tyler and the wcmai is his wife.
The woman is seriously injured. The
couple were ri-rried at Oshkosh, Wis.,
ten years ag. The man is about 50 years
old and h:s wife 31.
HE AO-END CRASH
TH iS TIME.
fatal Collision on the Kock ll
Toi l.KA. Kas.. Oa. l - A head-end col-li-ioa
occurred cn the Chicago, Hock
Island aad Pacific railroad at Paxico,
twenty m.les west of Topeka. between
fre.g'it sad pas.seager trla. Two colored
tramps rid:ag ou the ma 1 car were m
stan'iy kii.ed. Tne traiu l.and misun
derstood the train disti-iicher" orders and
were not ex;H-c:i! g to meet the freight
tra.a. wnich was aoout to go on a side
track to permit the pase:,g-r train to
Among the injured are: M.i.l Clerk E. E.
Harter. of St. Jo-i-ph. serious injuries to
the sp.ne aud may die: Cn.irles Toppen,
rugiuevr of the pasugcr train, jumped
from the cb auu received a bad cut on
the Lea 1. bruised atiuut tae body; Bag
gagetuaa John Forsyibe. cf Kansas City,
injured on right side -m i iiite.-nailr.
Lean's Son W eil a t hili Girl.
VaU-as;a.sj. Oct. 3 '5 Francis W. Euan,
son of P.ittici. Egan, rx-i.i::-ter to Chili,
has married Sen. r.ia Amelia Kojas,
daughter oi Doa Jorge Kojas, a member
of tne Cniiiau seuate.
The ladies of Dav
Rock Island, Moline and
ity are invited to inspect
stock of CLOAKS,
the time to buy while
ments are complete.
King, Hasler, Sck
DRY GOODS COMPANY
217, 217'. WY-t .
THEY ARE BARGAIN!
Illinois' Maine t.f i.t-n. Miielils.
Clllt A1.0, Oct. 10. A large bronze statue
of Genera! James Shields, which baa been
on exhibition ia the Illinois building at '
the w ona s fair grounds. Las canse-I con
sidtrable friction between its sculptor,
I,eonard W. Yolk, and Director General
Davis, the difficulty being settled by Yolk
obtaining a writ of replevin aad having
the statue removed from the Illinois build
ing by the sheriff. It was ordered by the
state of Illinois and will be put ia statu
ary hall ia the national Capitol. Yolk
wanted to get the statue away before the
rush for transportation began. It is now
at Grand Crossing, where It will be bar-!
cished aad then seat to Washington. I
Safety Depo.it Vaults Not Safe.
Atch:s..x, Kas., Oct. 10 A German
farmer named Frank Demel deposited
about fl.tM) ia t.ie vaults of the Safety
uepos.t company. Whea he went to get
ma money tie w is astonishe j to find his
Dox empty, u.-tecuves who are at work
on the case thick that some one had a du
plicate key mde and thus obtained pos-
ecssiou iue monev.
A car load of handsome bed room
at the following prices.
4 ) H)
r.runsuick, G., Nee.ls food.
Mf.mi'Ws. ii tD., Oct 10. A special to
The Commercial from Nashville, Tenn.,
s..ys: A telegram from a brunswick me
chant ays tnat the people there have only
caa one mea ia tee past three days.
Tan i;rr it 0mir.bCH"d's d-rr : she.
Clad in her vlr5tr.1I parity.
A crestLre fiir & the !i:he be
They are b -rre to earth when tin :o n:s p.-evai
Jn i their life joes out in the ectntner jrile.
tTLin we sees friii ani lovely ereitnre. s'atid-
injon the thre-hald between jirlh-wd ani wc
mniiDooa, we ttjver i:b a fesr of ab t may be,
D.tisse we taveseen so mny s-iccanib at this
er.t:cal f eriod cf life. What i neede-1 it this
i.iue ;s a ion c aT-a iEv:porar.t sometcing ttat
w;.i p:onute pr'-per fcnctionsl action cf tbe fe
male o-gans. The on!? reraeiy t-j be de;enced
on is Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription. This nn
equa.ed mecicine. whitb cares d:s?acs peculiar
to womec, is eiciaity valuable at tbe period
urn .m-srir. crosses tne tnresUoid of wonisn-
hooi. l ed at sacb a t'me, it never fails to p:o-
auc- most o-r.ef.cial result, acl mar.v a frM!
Wfa tiaea vvr lire tn.-t ii irg per.i
1 ''e-'( ,.yA.i.'i
Mrs. John rent on
Dyspepsia, Intense Misery
pen cast describe the sufierinc Ien
ourea tea years from Drapenoias I had aU
-icai op aaouo vi ever teuig acv better
wheal betaulotake Hood's Sarsji
.AUatmiycare4and advisd uyoae sufier-
The truth of this statement lam clad to verif f
mt avny tmrc." JLks. Johs FtJi roif, 67 Pride
DUCTTl, 1 UUUUlU, lib
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, cara.
luliy prepared Ixom the best iatredieaU. 2Z4,
RK YOV IXEEdT
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bonse
Want to exchange anything;
Want te sell household goous
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anytbine
Want to find customers for an) thing
CSK THESE COLUMNS.
The daily akqcs delivered attouh
door every evening for UKc per week.
WANTED-8ITCATI9N AS BOOKKEEPER
or netsl office work; ood reference, etc
address P. O. Box ltiO. Davenport, Iowa.
Remember we have only one car load
pose of at the above manufacturer's
1525 ani 1527
Light on the Subject.
Read these prices
you will be en!
Kice Root Scrub Brushes.
Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap.
Geo, H. Kingsbury
you cannot sav-
Xo such aliles ever offered. Not one j Mr
style selected from stock on account of it-
ing qualities and necessarily reduced in pi- '
our entire stock, new, fresh, stylish and jv.-rf.
tin;. is guaranteed lower in price than can ! e
1 t x' . r
tjibewnere. sot a garment
two to fiYe dollars on.
Sflected from our
immense stock ex
cels others in qual
ity, st vie and work
prices are guaran
teed the lowest.
BEE HIVE, clQak & MillinervCo.
114W. Second St. Davenport.