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THE AUG US, TBIDAT, AUGUST 12, 1898.
T ASTVD OFFTCE BOV. ALSO CARPEX
:r. 1 wis RooUtyf Company.
1 XT A VTTTD IXX A L SAU&WrS FOB
T shiris mate t order 3 for 153. Sure
Kit Shirt Co.. 43T Drxel, Chicago.
WAXTO- SITUATION OR OPPORTV
nitv to buy a sbop hy a tirst-elaiw col
ored baicr. Adorer "O. W.C.. this office.
"1TTAXTED TO TRADE WHATHAVE YOC
country s'ore? Doing good tmniaesK: propr
tor fuclc and muat bell or trade. Gordon
lTA It TED TO IAt- MVCV- ON" DI A
If ' mondM. wfrirhna -Trrftrirr b irdxiuw
rouyical int rumen :. bievclt- cIoJiiq. drj
(roods;' limitorwr.'te.T. fc.jUn r.s& iHe
t:iil 'or t-coid band troodi of all 'kinds al-u.
The atxve, goods-. tor- SiUe-at half the usual
store prices. All busine transactions striei'.y
cxnniemiai. His new Bumwrr ana locution
It3 Second avenue, ftou t fori? ct It. J. W.
Jones. Two rinjfs on 1317.
R RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
Don s store.
R RENT THREE OFFICE
over 17u0 Third utenue.
R RENT LA ROE FRONT ROOM, FUR-
hinbeu. at 1194 second avenue.
'OR RENT FT-RNISHFD ROTMS WITH
or without board. M Thirteenth street-
"T7VR RENT DESK ROOM IN RE3ITY
X1 pros', ottlce. Room 4, Mitchell A Lyude
FOR KENT -A FCRNI9HED FRONT ROOM
Huituhle for two Kentieuien. Call at S44
"TTViR RENT HOUSE OF FIVE BOOMS
X in itxi order, to htnall family. Inquire
at 1 1 10 Third avenue.
T7KW RENT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE,
-a-' Thlrteerth street ana seoond avenue.
Kent HO Apply to K. H. SlaSurd at Jackson
a tiurst i once.
"TTHDR RENT RESIDENCE OF U ROOMS
-C corner of Nineteenth htreet and Seventh
avenue, with all modern improvement. Ap
ply isutdy Hros.
FOR RENT SE1T. 1 TWO STEAM
beuted room in Hurl block: suitable for
oftlres orprivate :;p..ruiient s. Apply at Jack
son & Hurst s office.
"TK)R RENT EI'JHT-ROOM HOUSE. FTR
JD nace heat, modern inirrorementH. vl
Twentieth street. Rent. fiH. Apply to Hayes
at Lleuveiana. iienmion niocu.
TTOIf RENT FINE BKXIjt N'CK WITH
X enrbt tlcrunt mom, and u lurtre ui V eel
l:n: :rr ork.s and sewerat-'e; trood burn wiio
carriage bouse: elepant hane trees aad in an
HirrevuWe neitfhrwhNNl. Northeast corner
tif Fifth avenue ami Fori v-t bird 're.-t. Kick
1-1 a n1 S-e te premises and apply at fi4
Twenty-ihinl s'reet, liocu isiuna.
"TT'OK Rai : Twrxionn iuii.iiNJ
-I xrx I feet, near U.. II 1 I, depot, a
room I!ulor t'loc.
John '1'. statTord,
fTIOK SA r.K NINE-ACRE FPfIT FARM.
J? All kinds of fru.i. pood buiiumtfa; near
town. A bargain for some cue if taKen soon,
tiordon A I4oui.iu.
IjK)R BALK CHEAP: rTOO CASH AND
sniail Incumbrance takes a very neat cot
tare on the blurls. Who wunts It quick at that
price? Ciordon A Howman.
TTORSAI.K - A 3s5-ACRK FARM IN ROCK
A "sland county: uood ctm and pasture
land; Till tuke iart trule. W. Claussen, Front
and Ripley street. Davenport, Iowa.
fjXJR BALECOAL. IN ANT QUANTITY
Ju of BO buahela or over uKU per ton, de
livered c. O. D. to any part of tbe city. Leave
order at Commercial bouae barber ahop. Rook
Island, or Enoc James, Milan.
I7OR BALK CHEP IjOTS IN M MAS-
ler's uUdititm. U1 baiiehall irriunds. Ttiese
Iota will be sold from 4 upward: snial)
ariMmnt down, lialance on Ion? timt al A per
cent. Kcidy Bros., room Jiitcbcli & Lynde
IpOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CARINET
with about 00 different audes. suitable for
film leral blanks or anv dexoriptlon of papers
In Cat form to be kept In hape for writing;.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thing for any office with contracts, etc, to
file. Addreas H. K. C. care of Thb AHuCt
FOR LEASE TOR A TE1M OF YEARS
or for sale on easy terms the store. No.
SI7 Eighteenth street, now occupied by Mc
Nevin A t;ansert. A. Henedict. Harier bouse.
dj-irr to rjo per wei-uv salary or
P 1 commission. First class salenen
and stents for our new patented Ifi-cent con
sumers' article. Sells at siht in all stores.
Wholetale. one dzen. w cents; onerross M.
ttsy to sell retail in every house A lo-oent
article useful for ladies and trenUemen everv
dv. Eor terms and our sample do.en send
cents i:i stamps: 'or bve doiicn tl: I- dozen -.
le avents wanted evervwhere Oottschalk
A MrrDtrrr. manuf -kcturer of novelties. tilJ
Ho. ion block. M.oneappolls, Mian.
GF.T THE 11 EST
II Work OnarAntaed-
ieC3 THIRD A VEND J?
LC UnUfl OTkts rraeay asriwsr la.
asrat mt t hone 4lasrai
of the tielie-l rtmjtrjr
Orxmae, resj sitren n a
rhaasr mt rfiet. Onr
naraalre4 tm 1 tm 9
A J. Rlem. Fourth A venae Drag Store, sole
agent. Rock Island. IU
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles Nervine Restores Heatth.
UNCLE EZEKIEL OBEAR. assessor and
tax collector. Bevpily, Mass.. who h3
pasted tbe 80th lifo mile rtone, s&ja:
"Dr. M!!cs Kestoratlvc Xervino lias done a
great deal of gooJ. I sciTt red fur years from
sieepltssr.c end nervr.ua beart trouble.
Would feci ti er.ry and Ced up In to rcorn
ir;, bad no a rn Lit Ion and tr y work setr.iela
bnricn. A fr!ecd recommended Pr. Miles
Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under
protest as I bad tried so many remedies un
successful! j-, I thought it do o?e. Cnt it
gave me restful sleep, a. good appetite and
restored r.ie to energetic bealtu. It la a
grand jrnod rscJIciuc, and I will gladly write
anyone inquiring, full partlcnlaraof mysaL
isfactory ci:porIcnc." l-.L, tiJFliv'
Dr..MUes- li oraodics f Dr. ' tZZ
are sold ly all ilrai-pv f!f vJ
BUtsnndcr a posi'.ive tr, . iJ
Cuarantee, iirst bottle JXGrVinO 53
benefits or money re- & i. J5c8tOre 1
funded. Bonk on dis- V' mm ..s. &i
eascscf tl.e bcart and E.J?"Mlii2i J
nerves free. Address. EsaisCtfcsifciSisj
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind.
Great - Demand
15v those who lote a rich.
tT?ain y and delicious refresh
incut is Krell Ar Math's os
ijuisitfly li:ivore.l and teiupt-
Ice Cream and Fruit Ices
It is not only yotl to the
taste. Imt it is nmirishinv
and acceptable to thoinvaliil.
the children and rown jeo
Ie. We always carry an as
sortment of flavors, and we
have nice paper packages
miitahle for carrying it home
to the wife or family. There
is nothing that puts as much
TONE to your table as a nice
1'rick of Ice Cream. Your
quests remcmlcr it and are
KRELL & MATH
k OAN" furnish it
J ackel . in
ice o that it
will kcej) until
k von want to use
Phone 1156. 1715-1718 Second Avenue.
th opportunity is wise,' Ice
creaiu is 1'upM's favorite
weapon of war. ra'.r one
, tnjoy i-atinp i-ream all the
more Iwans it leaves cuul
impression after it. and does
not. like some drinks, lower
the temperature a littie only
to raise it much more afterward-
Younjv uita who
adopt onr ice cream tactics
uever lose their suit. We ad
vise this plan of campaign in
CHAT OF THE COLLIERS.
John A. O'Neill's and Job n Mnerlinr's Ex
rerlence W lin -Fowtpads.'
CVole. Anjr. 11. This neck of the
woods was ail tore up over a reported
xcnsational attempt of a pair of foot
pads to hold up John A. O'Neill and
John Muerlinjj while the latter were
returning; home from Sherrard Tues
day night. When about" to ascend
what is known as Rattlesnake Hill
two men came suddenly in feight.
O'Neill saw one of them stoop, and
jnst as his ir w-a passing, the jseeond
footpad r sriurkefc,. ..JSow, .. r?masJi
.hiistriXi-MiiBrlinrr datljt-ed annKiO'N-d!!
whipped tip 5 th'horie-Mr 'ohme ro
Cable at a 1.30 jrate. On arrivinr
home they reorted their experience.
A josse of citizens was immediately
ortranizeti, ana eaen one anneu witn a
THd stout pick handle started in pur
suit of the highwaymen. Telephone
messages were sent to snerrani ana a
posse was organized there and started
toward table with the determina
tion to head off the two villains
The two delerrations soon met, both
reporting a fruitless search. So they
joined forces atid made a thorough
hunt of Sherrard, but in vain. Thev
decided to break ranks air a in and the
Cable crowd started homeward. When
the scene of the attempted robliery
was reached a committee of Sherrard
citizens came up the line on a run
and notified their neighbors That the
culprits had been apprehended on the
ttreets of Sherrard and were nobodv
but Wil'iam McNeill and Wi'Mam
Hillstroni. a pair of Cable youths.
When met face to face with the start
ling accusation, the boys snickered,
and explained. They said while on
their way to Sherrard, where they in
tended remaining over night, they
encountered a rattlesnake, and were
in the act of annihilating it. one
stooping for a club, and the other
giving instructions to nail the reptile
just as the two Johns robed up in
their rig. Our friend, O eill ac
knowledged that it was one on him,
and tola the bovs thev could take
anything they wanted on him (except
a suit of clolhes).
Wednesday John A. O'Neill was
given a pleasant surprise by his wife
in honor of his 4-Oih birthday anni
versary, a com pan v of gentleman
fiiends leing invited to his Lome to
a.-sist iu celebrating the occasion.
Those present were II. W. Hill. J. F.
Kvan. K. W. Clark, tlenrge Lawsou,
Jr.. C. M. Hublis. F. C. Schroeder.
Cit-orge Nichol. J. M. Pershing, M. M.
Wiliiams and W. Waiilgren. After
an elegant repat was serted bv the
hostess the guests were entertained
with music and recitations bv Miss
(Juite a numler went to Cilchrist
last Sunday to witness the ball game
between Cambridge and ( iilehrist. and
report a good game, the score being
b to o in favor of Cilchrist.
liomor Williams, now of Warner,
111., formerly an old resident of this
dace, sheilrd his corn here Tuesday,
naving sold it to Krapp t Lees, of
Coal Valley, who shipped it from here
The Odd Fellow s of Cable
to hoid their annual picnic thj
this month, also a grand ball
2u:le a number of children
the sick list from malaria
Cable and vicinity.
Hugh Wallace leaves next.
for a trip to Ilelfust. Ireland.
I.eydeu to He Recognised.
The gunboat Lcyden. of tbe Ameri
can fleet in West Indian waters, in
w hich Koek Island feels so much in
terest because of the prominence the
ship has taken to which a Koek Island
yeoman. Sam Rotvlby. is attacned, is
to come in for a share of the reward
of war. After the general promotions
have been made iu the war tlfrre are
to be other advancements for gallant
conduct. Secretary Long says, there
are numerous cases of bravery dis
played, such as occurred during the
cable-cutting oerations at Cieuf uegos
and Santiago and in l'orto Rican wa
ters. In addition there were the en
gagements at Mpuzanillo aud Nije.
The Helena, Topeki. Wilmington. An
napolis. Wasp, Leyden, Hornet and
Wauipatuck jiarticipated in these en
gagements, and their officers will un
doubtedly share iu the prizes which
will Ie distributed.
To Cleanse tlie System
Effectually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, to H-rmanentIy overcome
habit ual constipation, to awaken the
the kidneys and liver to a heaithy
activity, without irritating or weak
ening them, to dispel headaches,
colds or fever, use Svrup of Figs,
made by the California Fig Syrup Co.
s7 to I nUianapol Is and Ketarn. 97.
Via Kock Island & Peoria railway.
Tickets sold Aug. 19. 20 and 21. Re
turn limit Sept. 10. 1898. Account
Knights of Pythias meeting. Best
service on this route. Lave Rock
Island at 3:05 a. m. and 1:15 p. m.
Arrive at Indianapolis at 6 p. m. and
4 a.m.. respectively. Equally good
service returning. For further par
ticnlnrs address It-' Stpckliou-e. (i. 1.
A.. R. I. P railway: Itepot foot of
VISITS STATE'S ATTORNEY.
O. J. Dcmptey Confers iu Relation to the
Provocation of Bis Son's Murderers.
G. J. Dempsey w"ns in Carrolltou
yesterday in conierence with State's
Attorney Sullivan in relation to the
prosecution of Ainsw-orth aud Jack
son, the murderers of his son. Engi
neer Fred Derapsey, who will have
their trial at the September term of
the Greene county circuit court. Both
men are in jail. Their defense will be
temporarv insanity. Ainsworth. who
4irei the fatal shoU was the proprietor
of-a restaurant at? tiooube-Met:.- JaoiO-
VETERANS ARE DONE.
Continued from Third pa?e.
-orked for bi.u and ha.k ooBslTh?
able salary owing him
Ainsworth, so the story goes,
planned the hold-up, and it was agreed
that out oi the swag Jackson was nrst
to receive his back salary and the re
mainder to be divided between them.
The feeling against the murderers is
high and there is likely to be at least
oue hanging in Greene county before
. - Have Von a Son, Krothrr.
Hasbaud or lover in the army or
uhvv? .Mail b.m loiUv a 2.-ceul
package of Allen's Foot-ease, a pow
der for the feet. All who. march,
walk or staud need it. It cures ach
ing, tired, sore, swoollen. sweating
feet, aud makes hot. tight or new
shoes easy. Feet can't blister, get
sore or callous where Allen's Foot
ease is used. lO,0X) testimonials.
All druggists and shoe stores sell it.
25 cents. Sample sent free.
Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y
James Fuller leaves Monday to take
in the exposition at Omaha.
Misses Marie and Charlotte Plamou-
dou. of Chicago, are visiting in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jordan left this
morning for au extended visit in Chi
W. H. Stocks, general foreman for
the Rock Island road, is the proud
father of a new 10-pound boy.
E. B. Stone, of Port liyron, has
tal.en the management of the Port
Byron Lime a.-sociation's Rock Island
Rev. W. S. Marquis has returned
from his vacation. Mrs. Marquis
and children remained at Miuonk for
Misses Lizzie and Katie Rothen
Iierger, of !aveuworth, Kas., are
visitiug A. Grenenger, 27S'J Sixth
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baumaim leave
on the steamer Quiney today for a 10
davs' visit to St. Louis and to Ches
Mrs. W. H. Gillmorc and daughters.
Misses Catharine and Myrtle, left to
day for a month's visit at Omaha and
Willis B. and family arc ex
jeeted home this week from Warsaw,
111., where they have been visiting
relatives and friends the past few
Hon. E. W. Hurst, Phil Mitchell, E.
H. Guver, and J. M. Buford leave to
morrow for a western business trip
Thev will also visit the Omaha ex
Thomas Faheey, Jr.. of this city,
so relatives have been informed, is
now a member of the crew of the
battleship Oregon, the queen of the
United States navy, a situation which
the young man and his folks ::nd
friends can justly feel proud of.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Khig, Sr., Miss
Elfrieda H. Klugand Olio Klug. Jr.,
of Davenport, and Mrs. Robert Wag
ner, of Rock Island. Misses L. and A.
Geedde. of East St. Louis, took din
ner with the MissesIngwersen at the
Revere Tuesday. Clinton Herald.
There were also speeches by Mrs. Hor
tense White. Gen. E. G. Dyreuforth.
Mrs. Anuke Taney hill. Prof. "A. Bay lis,
of Streator. Dr. P. L. McKinnte, of
Evanston. Congressman G. W. Prince,
and Gen. Meade. Songs were sung by
thcClover quartet, of Davenport, J.
J. Snodgrass and Col. Fisher gave
vocal numbers. Master Virgil Jacob
and his baby sister recited and sang,
the Moline drum corps played, and
here was adriil ntfd -ftaKtr af tff'af rhs.
LUNCH ROOM TILL ROBBED.
C. A. Weinberger Has a CfMtly Kzperience
With n New Cook.
C. A. Weinlierger, proprietor of a
lunch room adjoining the Rock Isl
and baggage room, was robocd lait
night by a fair-haired stranger who
pretended to be a Iirst.-clas3 cook and
anxious to secure work. He was given
atrial last night. About 1:30 'Will
Heing, the clerk, stepped out to get a
bucket of water, and when he returned
the neweook had disappeared with the
contents of the cash drawer, f 18. It is
supposed he boarded a train and was
joined by his pals, as he was seen
earlier in the day with two other men.
Charles Cloos and Charles Lambert,
drunks, were arrested by Officer Fitz
gerald. They spent the night at
headquarters, and were released today
on a promise to Iiehave letter in the
John McPartland. of Burlington,
Iowa, suffering with the jim-jams,
was taken in last night by Officer
The reason for tbe great, popularity
of Hood's Sarsaparilla lies in the fact
that this medicine positively cures.
It is America's greatest medicine,
and the American people have an
abiding coulidence in its merits.
They buy and take it for simple as
well" as serious ailments, confident
that it will do them good.
appeared afr tha vir roriebvr:1 ; Mrs
W. Morgan, in behalf of Moline W. V.
R. U. No. 4. presented to Mrs. Hor
tense White, the retiring national
president of the Woman's Union, an
elegant souveuir spoon as a mark of ap-
ireciation of her valuable work, lien
yreu forth presented to Mayor Swcns
son a proierlv inscribed relic ot
broadside gun of the battleship Maine.
The veterans are marching home
Cora Wilcox, the little daughter o
Gen. E. M. Wilcox, was adopted as the
daughter of the regiment to the
Union Veterans' Union."
Mrs. Anu.ie R. Taneyhill was today
presented witb a beautiful past na
tional president's gold badge by the
Wotnans Vetera 'n Relief Union.
Gen. Street, on his return to the
national capital, will be immediately
assigned to duty at a commissary
depot, w ltu the rank of captain
All those haying government tlags
are requested by Mr. Young, chair
man of the committee on decoration.
to have '.hem taken down aud tied up
by 8 o'clock tomorrow morning, wheu
he will send for them.
The oliice of inspector general, to
which Gen. llcox was elected, is a
remunerative one. the inspector ac
comjwnying the national commander
on his tours and representing him in
The street decorations were taken
down lat night with the same neat
ness and dispatch they were put up
under the direction of I . t. lonng,
chairman of the decoration commit
tee, to wb'.iu. together with nis as
sistants, great oredit is due. The dec
orations will be stored and preserved
for future use.
Robert St. George Dvrenforth, the
new commander-in-chief of the Union
Veterans' Union, is a native of Chi
cago, where he was Ijoru Oct. 17
1841. He served through the civil
war, enlisting with Sehambeek's
Chicago dragoons. He served on
Gen. Roseerans1 staff as inspec
tor general of the department of
Missouri, and for a time was in charge
of the military prison at Alton, where
he supervised the formication oi t;
hills about that point. He was bre
vetcd colonel by congress for bravery
in action in the field.
The 18th annual reunion of the sur
vivors of the 126th Illinois voluntoei-
inf;intry was concluded at Memorial
hali yesterday afteruoon with an old
fashioned camp lire, singing, speech-
making and tbe like, lhe next re
union will be held in Moultrie count v
the place and date to lie determined
bv the oflicers.
Hood's Pills .cure all liver ills.
Mailed for 25 cents by C. I. Hood &
Co.. Lowell. Mass.
The Winona aud Verne Swain
The stage of water at the Rock
and bridge is sttiosarv at 2.lO;'
temperature at noon 75. '
The Pilot was up and down with
Tbe watr i3 stationary at St.
ran!. Red Wing, Le Claire "aod. Des
' Moines Rapids; otherwise it is falling
r?ut little change will occur from
Dubuque to Rock Island in the next 21
F. A. Ieithner has opened a tailor
shop at Clti Seventeenth street, where
he will give special attention to clean
ing and repairing. lie would be
pleased to meet old friends atid make
Cousumptiou Positively Cnred.
R. 15. Grceve, merchant, of Chil
now ie. V a.,cert ilies tuat lie bad con
sumption, was given up to die, sought
all medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough i cine
dies he could hear of. but got no re
lief; spent many nights sitling up in
a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's
New Discovery, and was cured by use
of two lott!es. For past three years
has lieen attending to business and
savs Dr. King's New Discovery is the
grandest reniedj" ever made, as it has
done .so much for him and also for
others in his commuuity. Dr. King's
New Discovery is guaranteed for
coughs, colds and consumption. It
don't fail.' Trial bottles free at Hartz
& Ullemever's drug 6tore.
Kor Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Win slow 's Soothing Syrup has
been used for -children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
To give yon an opportunity of test
ing the great merit of Ely's Cream
Balm, the most reliable cure for
catarrh and cold in the head, a gener
ous 10 cent trial size can be had of
your druggist or we mail it for 10
cents. Full size 50 cents.
Ely Bros., 56 Warran street. New
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh, and is worth its weight in
gold. I can ne Eiy's Creaui Balm
with safety and it does all that is
claimed for it. B. V. Sperry, Hart
To Cere Ct-asilpatiaa rorever.
Take Cascarets Caodv Caliimc. 10c cr Sc.
IiC.CC Jxl ut cure, drurptau refuau nosey.
You invite disapjointment when :
too esieriiiient. Ie jtt's Little
More than twenty million free sam
ples of IteWitt's Witch Hazel. Salve
have bceu distributed bv the luanu-
' facturers. What better proof of their
j coniidence in its merits do you want?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
; the. shortest space of time. T. H.
: Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn
; ten, druggists.
If there's any reason why you should use paint,
there is every reason why you should use
Paint.. , .v.u.iv.i
io economical, because it cover more tbari
other faints. A dollar's worth of it will 0 further
than a dollar's worth of any other.
It wears longer you won't require to paint so
often if you use it.
It looks best you only have to see a job dons
with it to appreciate this! t
There's nothing else "just as good."
Get our sample cards and booklet they are free.
The Sherwin-Williaw! Co.
PAINT AHO COLO MAKmHm.
100 Canal St.. Cleveland. 2C29 Stewart Ave.; Chicago.
t37 Washington St., Hen York. 21 St. AntointSt.. Montreal.
it m mm a. mvm mm M
i A f rovoKLw I asi
mta ..''' r.x
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I'm- ' J.
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Li.. P mJKhl
which is enough to make the righteous pro-
and be forgiven, Is ai old stove that won't draw
one is in a harry for their breakfast. When
you can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prlcei why bother with a use
less old hulk.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
When in Da venport
CALL AT THE
no East Third Street.
Try the Three-Cent
Meals 15 and 25 Cents
225 Perry St.
65 m m m m
A -few rotes regarding spring goods that can bo found by look
ieg at h's asl. Here are some prices we quote: Spring novel
ties in ruits the prices range from $18, $20, 22. $22 and np.
The prices in ,the spring trousers range from b, b.bO, $6,
$5.50 r.nd upward. Come in and see oar fine line.
Gus Englln, Uansger, 1803 Second Ave
PARIDON & SON.
John M. Faridon.
Henry A. I'aridon
Paper H&ngers, Ca!sorr.!ners, etc.
' Seventeenth BtreaW
tw. tZd vtTui TlZ.l' e vou take theiu
Bear, Urn ?T!s M Vw law Eos . R. .
Ed orate Tour Bewels With Caseareta,
Address , Vrl v BUers are pleasant. ea8y. thor-; t Ittll
oniffi HTCI41 nili. I hor nrf mnTi -
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F. Bah n sen, drug- Sifsstwe
Wattling- In l-rd Water.
It is difficult to wash onr hands clean
with hard water, because the soda of
tbe soap combines witb tbo Fiilphnric
acid of tho bard Water and tbe oil of
the Loan with tho lime and floats in
flakes on tbe top of the water. Sulphate
of iiine eoDi.-M of sulphuric acid and
lime. It is difficult to wash in salt wa
ter became it contains muriatic acid,
and the aod3 of S'lap combines with the
muriatic acid cf the salt water and pro
duces a cloudiness.
Ho-To-llst for rtfry Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco bablt enre, malrea weak
men suocg, biood pure. We, II. All dro((iu.
Mott's Nerverifle Pills
. tration and
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a mras Ml lam
.mcr fencrativf nr.
ttXf coch . Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood, Impotency, Niitfy Eaiis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cesMvc use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Concvmption aaV, Insanity.
fer box by rru.il 6 bow lot j$J0Q.
Fcr4!c tf MT. Balwsen, ru(flt,' coraer
Pourtli avenue au4 TwectletB street.