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THE AKKUS, 8 ATU1TOAV; PECEM1 ,E ll 2. 1 8H3.
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!!., yonr advertisement In the
I' utt A::u -nnd watch the results.
The I.ilv Amirs down to lorent
i week. Tift- leading da'.'j of the tri-
'' All ran afford rb have il nt
Tile Aku; circulation will lxin
reed until It Ira,! a;i other dailies
n the trl-cltte. an. I t!e price wa
nt tn If) rent a work with that end
u view. What do Ton think ir it a
it advertising medium?
LirrTtsAST-liov. J.nr.rti B. t;iLL
r Jltisun. an. I Mi: Pearl Hall.
liinjrhter of Hn. J. , W. Hail, a
' anker of Man Heramtino. Cal., were
narried there Tnctdar. Tbclr home
ill Ip al Mnrphi-fiUornNfh. III.
Til Altai a ha ernipMM itself to
:.-al ail competitors It ha sjiarcd
on expense to accomplish that end.
1 f oa ar In bsnine. am! It U not
trying tonr advertisement to it.
mtltituda nt readers, ton are t!:
MMRETART CARLISLE is the reci.
nt of congratnlatinn from all side
rt the aMr financial sjirecb hp tlrlir
. red twfore the New York rhamher
f rommerce. and man a-p of th
pinion that it will hate a hljrlilv
ewctlrlat rff'ct upon the hn"r.cs ot
Tiir new democratic tariff lt!i.
vhli'h hn Iteen pien out by thr
vuts anil mean committee, a ar.
iroTpl ljr the admtnWtr-.tlcn. lias
net with repressions of approval in
nil section of the ronntrr, and the
VtPRtlaf fotttnrr wilt donbtlrs be
. uaaiod iat law rarlr ti thp coming
-fusion of eonjfrP!ft. It l a Mate-nian-like
dnrnmrnt that look to the
lirst and lieM lntrrrti of the rm
It I ptjwrtc.l that President
" i 'Ipvptanil np.affo toponprp will
li-al o fntljr with the finanrinl mIU
V of the adminivtratian that the re.
publican calamity wail.'r? will linil
Lfiemsclve drprived of their princi
al arprnt the allrati.tn that
her la TUmiM ntout the r.nancial
mi tent Ions of the adminintration
The Bacsjatr". topthnr with the tipw
tariff bill, will nnt thc.e inti-ntinni
for, the pulilir an , plainly that
t'.tnrt be no miMinipratnn'lin,
ind no iMM.
Vmi Tariff ma ln;-erHy.
It. I.. DilM la t'hrc urn tirn at.
Thu low tariff w-riiMl 1h.V-1hi;,.
tras the tnot pnmTMiM of otir liii-
torr. The inrrrae in the value of
taxable nronertv wait lit; nrr rent
I be per raptta incrpa.e wa ffi.-ll jkt
'vnt. The wonderful . ironi-ritv' of
ii v urn. arn'ii. a car'tiii ami run--i-iention
atndcnt of crononiiR mlf
jppts. in a eecu in reply to Mr,
ieuv. ot I cnnvitania. which inav
i .'i'fW found on INiP I'i'f of the ('oiigrpa-
Monal Krc'iril. ALv th ponffrpfn (IM7S).
After plvlnp a full atatixtiral dptnotc
r'fration of .the marvelous tie .clot
meat of thin period, (ion. fiarlicld
did: "The fact . Mr. Chairman.
i ha decade from 1H.V) to 1GJ wai one
f fieaco and eenera! proaiw ritjr.
Yet to nil a theorv of finance
u an told that the year "lift was a
: , t '.'ar of great difttrcus and depletion
t bnfn!ipjnalcil onlr br the di
treaa of Iho present year." The
i reseat year was the fifth year of the
roruCtlnthcfarin' question while
Ii nrrtry-how wajwatiRaMc was Um
uthera rebellion. Mr. Blaine ahowi
' Ii. wonderfnt prosperity the south.
hlch Is but Indicative of that of the
hole cowntrjr. sarintr: ''The aontb
V us vajoyiRf exceptional prosperity.
I lieadvaaea of the slave states in
ealth was aior rapid Ibaa at an-
her periiNf of their history.
. I here wa never a cocaninnity oa the
- ' ic of the globe whose condition so
, KUljastltTed rvvolatioa aa that of
i mskre state of 1M4. ladcod.lt
reptlonnl prosperity that Toad Ihsni
ttt their rash adventure of war."
(Twentr Year in On-Tre."
'' Mr. Mv'Kinley boasts rdtb? increase'
during tlio oo-caMeit protective'
period, slating the entire wealth of
the enuntrv as $!.') ).() I ), in I
1H ) and iii5.0 1 .' .. I now. That
t;:e , people have b.t-n trrosly '
ilec'ived in the matter U not t.'t .-a!ij;
eouiilerin'' how pi-rsteiiil v this!
p-oteetion fnNeliiMil lin liein repeat
e.l. but there seems "no cxciinofor'
such ijnorinee reardiiii eeon mic
SllllJCi-tS. ' )
The niier wortMeiic of Mr. I
Toiter's statist iex of valuation. which '
tv. MeKinley !totei. t!ie writer so
ponclulvvly ilcinonitratel in an ar.
ticln pifMii.he'1 in the Kecord Nov.
emlier. IS;i. :;itempted no reply,
but wa eompelle.l to n-lrnit that
W'hicli hail been pr.ne.l This he ili.l
by inserting this remark oMite
the etiniateo tor t aiol !: l in a
table which be reentei: "A coin
piriwui cannot lw tiia.le: I St I only
ineluilei ewtimnteil true aim bayed
pn awil ptojierly."
The valuation of l"i(i i t lie e-.ti-ni
ted true value of asst'siv proM-r.
t only: that of ISi the estimated
value of all pnotcrty. in which the
watered atocks ot our ra'lromU ani
other 'ororati,'n-. arc ii.cltiilivl at ar
and iiiirtjr4p are nreated w it'i
real property at its full aiue, mak
ing a duplication to thecMcnt of t!in
eTt:rimnrt jie inlebtetlness of the
on it try. Krrd C. Waite. p'aced l.y
Mr. pott'-r as ipn-ial comniii-sioncr
in clrtrr- f sttlistiesof valuation on
aeeoiint of his eminent abilities as a
stati-tii'ian. estimates the true value
of ail property in I at f i".o M..
) it.'l I . i-xHuMvc of slate values.
We see lare accumulations of
capital in our great cities, but the
statistics of the present census Indi
cate a corresponding decrease in
rural aid agricultural values. s!nn
inj that this wealth has been aecn
mnlati'.l at the cxiense of our agri
cultural classes. a:i I tliat the wail of
distress that went tip from .'ic pliiti.
dered farms of the west .n last elee.
lion day (l!i) was not without a
Arnte Tl 4. ni VArA.
tir.ls have vorj- s n'.c rlsiun p.Tuups
Uie r.iest acrre t,f cny cn-atrrc and the
Jnsr isaluicAt !! widely Uiffnttol over
J:c K-titia tluiu ii the vmv with man:
t t?cn:t ully a Lit I tnu rcc oLjucu side
rnys ns well a.t iu frefct of it. A bird
i oer. fhuwiu ,Tn-iit utscasiiHvs in our -.ir.otice
a l.r.wk l.niK lu fcre it L: vvi'.de
to ti:cu. So. too, fowltt ru;d piteous Cud
c;:nnte rcri;iie of food. di.-titiRuiiJiii.g
tlnta fr.rta wl.t nj'jur.r to us csrictly
siinilAB iilerra of earth or grav L Yoaa;j
cbHictia or. nLu eblu t Cud tlit-ir own
food. l.ljoiir its j oritiou etd bov.' din
taut it Is &s t::o;i r.n they :.tv br.tcbed,
wbitcaa i child oidy vTy tradnaliy
k.iriis l it Its r to etx or to nml. r.-taud tbu
tlL'tntico or v.n olfjirt. heveral birds
eppan-ntty tho youu of all tboretkat
nest on the irrotttid ran so; quite well
directly they oouie out of the idn-11. bnt
the yoaus of l irdsihut l.nt iu tr s or
M riK'k.i are Ism blind uud have to be
!i d. Clin-.nbtrs' JonnuU.
A lU-anar.-ihlr t:rlilcc.
It U reporl'.il from Deliver tliiit a nut.
Iral Lri Ijo fonucd by a tree of naUse1
-ood, sj-nnui-is -a canyon f-t wid-,
aa;i becu found in Ciialceilony nrk iu
Arizona, it is nr..j:cd that thetrw
had at uo-.u.-. reu:V timo fiillcn, r.-b.ti it
became iulteddcd in tho silt of o::ie
irrcat inlnr.d sea or mighty water ve
t!or. Tlio silt lsf!:ino in timo stiud
ttoue, nnd tho wood (rradnnlly ii.isscd
through the ntncs of mineralization,
until iiiiw it is a wonderful tree of .solid
upito. Asnin, Ja aftiT years, watT has
washed and enteti awny the mndMteao
until n ranyou -15 feet iu width lias bcn
fjrUM.il, tho fliutliko ulstani-j of the
antird wooil ha viitre.ii;ited the erosion
of the vraterflow. Yntikru lllade.
" Charles V had epileptic attacks dur
ing bis yonth. lit- stammered. IIu re
treated to a inouastery, where he luul
the rinsalar fantasy of celebrating bis
own fancral rites in his ovm Iirenenca.
Um tno.lier, June of Castile, wws in
sane and d"frmd. His grandfather,
Ferdinand f Araoa. died at tho
of 02 in a ntatc of irotoand melancholia.
New York Tintva.
Tlio fall is the time of the year when
the country demand for broken down
street car burses is the greatest. Darin
the cold weather the nnimaU gi t used to
tboir ruraj Bummndings,' reenperate,
bare only enough c xerciae to keep th?W
in condition, end by siirlnir nrv able to
accomiilisb too heavier tasks of plowing
A IttUidred and fifty Tears ago unmar
ried as veil aa inarricd women trcra
atylcd "Mrs." Girls vepe called Misa"
nnul tbey left school, when ther took
rank aa 'Mrs.," whilo uuirried women
were very generally addressed aa "ilad-
Vts Jessie Acbmwcn, the seco:id
roand tbe world uUmkmarr and imxo-
dect of the Australia W. C. T. U., ban
completed her trip. It occupied four
yean, during which time sbetrarersed
HE LEARNED SOMETHTNQ. '"
A ad la tW Ucfct ' a Mew Csawriewee a
"Excuse me.n said the little maa with tbe
pointed chia whiskers to tbe man reading
a macazine in the scat across tbe aisle, "but
I've been snffcring with toothache for the
"Yes, f aaspfcted it." was tbe reply.
"And I didn't know, beinr? you are a
d trimmer, but that you milit have some
tbintt in yonr grip to alleviate tbe infernal
V , I may have. Let's see. I have pep
permint essence, laudanum. Jamaica gin
ger, painkiller, ammonia, alcohol and'
Tit try the painkiller, if you'll be so
kind.". ... .
"Yin. Wait a ruinate, please. ' "' '
Tbemnn of tbe grip opened it and took
out pencil and pnper and wrote a few lines
end passed the puprrorer, with the remark:
"TSign that, please .'..ft Is simply a state
ment that yon will not bold mo or my helm
linnncially responsible iu case anything
happens to you t bronch my remedies."
"Kather odd domment, that," said the
man behind hint as the chap with the tooth
ache Kit down to dose bis tooth.
"Well, maybe," replied the cl rammer,
"bnt it's only a mat ter of prudence, after
alL Three years ago down at Medina a
stranger cnine to me oo the depot platform
snfTering witlt the toothache. It was at
ui;':t. and 1 had no remedies handy. I sug
gested t hat 1 1 ie a string n .nnd the aching
tooth .-.ml pull it cut, and after a little he
"I p t a piece of fisMiue around that
tooth, got a firm hold of tbe string and
then told him to jump off the platform.
Oh! That was a sad night for me!"
"Did tho tooth come?"
"Did thee'rlng break?"
"Xo. I brnped'm vself for the fdiork, aad
he jr.niptd, anil the ue:;t thing I krew I
h-.-ld his head on the end of t hat M line."
"Von Can't menu that it pulled bis head
"I certainly io. pir. Yes, palled bis bead
riixlit on and left it untitling on tho siring.
Itv.a. rod I? no affair of mine, but I cot a
lector ac.d thccnnr.eraiMl rode inthefrotit
hack .it hiu fiinend and used up nrarly a
week of my valuable time. And how was
"llowf Why. his relatives ought to be
etrmally gnstel:j to yoa. '
"Y-c-s, I know, Im I don't think they
w;ii ne. ins wiu-Mietl lac for OT.nflOUam-
nps for holding tbe striae:, and after two
yearn.! lawin;; it I aettiefl with lier fo;
WOU. That was tbo sort of gratitude I
"Urer.t Pc-tt. but you don't mean it?"
ga-ped tiie mr.e. "Why. that was aa out
rage worthy of the nay mf Nero."
" Y-s, lint I bad to KulnuiU It won't hap
pen nirain. however. . I'm wiiiing to help a
sufTerer, but heiuiist ah-'olvc me from all
hvl rrsjMinsiliility.' I am now about to
tal.e a r.ipof brsady. If you will sign a
pajier that you took it of yor:r own free
will, r-nl that utithcr you nor your heirs
win iifini me
"Thank J ou. but I don't care for lirnnd v.
4ewhittakT gee, bnt it wa-n't fonr hours
r.zo that I aitvised a man to touch up Lis
livir with old mm, cayrutic pepper aud
viiM'ip-.r. 'posea it kuocks tbe socks olT'n
bim! Pay, plcao csense nie, woo't you?
We atv in? eonnna to Grafton, and I'll
drop off and telegraph bim to let his liver
co t j ulnars aixl consult a regular tioctnr.
've learned something. 1 have, mid I'll
nnkc thitt telegram so bot it'll art fire to
talf tbe poles on the way!" ' Detroit Free
A Soricty Slaa's rmneament.
A very amnsing Ktory baa jast reached
rati concerning c prominent yonng society
man. Who has iur4 returned from t'hicaco.
He u boarding at the home of relatives
w hiie there, aud nslana? crowds came flock
ing in dnring the lust week be was soar-
couinKslnlingas to ive op bin room and
sleep on a sofa in the parlor.
One morning be ovecdept himself, aud
cs In i ihior v. a; iiuioeked what was bis Mir-
pri-v to find three pretty Ixmisville yonug
women cuter ;u riHim. lie had urvsencc
of mind enough to roll under the sofa red
lrnek into a dark e.iniir Is-fore they threw
otn-n the s'jiut.rs. i;ut. altbouuh he bad
tucked hitiiMir onny. he bad neglected to
liiilu nis clothes, which were throv.Tr across
a nciiis chair.
The girls sew the eluthes, bnt believing
they bad lea left there accidentally by
the buly of the house thought nothing
nlvMit them and beiaiu a lively chat about
the matters of tbe tiny. The young man
fiiu uot mui.l Lis impn.sonuient nt first
out grew very nervous a tbe miuuUit
leiigtlienetl into an hour.
lie stood it f.ir two hours, but at last
0 w ao 'asiteratisl that be tbumned upon
tbe floor and meekly nut his head out f mm
under the Kifa anil ked the young women
to leave Ittm nntil be put on his clothes.
It ia mssiU-ss to say that their embarraMs-
ment was great aud that none of I hem
mentioned it while in Chicago, lait as the
younjr, m.m has since reeovensl from the
hhock he has ltcea una'ole to restniiu him
selffrori teliing a few friends of his awk
ward predicameut. Ixubvillo Courier-
Too Jlnci Concord of Rn-eet Roaads.
A thief laoke into a 2!ndison avenue
mansion early the other mornina and found
himself iu the music mom. Hearing foot-
n;eps nprroacumg ne took, refuge behiud
From 8 to 0 o'clock the eldest daughter
uau a Muclua Irvon.
From V to V) o'clock I lie second dangbter
took a piano lesson.
From lu to ll o'clock the eldest son bad
a violin lesson.
From 11 to 12 o'clock the other son bad a
lessnn on the flute
At l'.Mjult the brothers and sisters as
sembled and studied au earsplittiug piece
t voice, piano, violin and Uute.
The tbil'f atin?fferfl not fmm lu.l.in.1
screen at K.Vt aud falliug at their feet
"For mercy's sake, bovc me arrest edr
Well LarMd Cesi.
I Air (to nnltlil 1:ilm, AT 1 in tiaaaa
her bis seat) Ob. no! Keep your seat, my
good man; you have been working batd ail
Polite Labor r (yaipntbeUcallj Tale I
It. soa'am. Thrue, Oi've bin carryia th'
hod all th' day. bat you bin shunnim
A Old Wosa .
7ft la a grew little woman who brines
borne yonr was hint; every week. She wears
Her natr tn m childish pigtail, to be sure,
aad her skirtsMo not bang much below her
knees, nut berrCace is that of qnitenn elder
ly person. . Yon often wonder what ace she
is and also what age she considers herself.
One morning yon foal out. She looks a lit
tle graver rcan usual and comes withont
yonr laundry. She delivers herself of this
explanation' without any pauses:
"I'lense, ma.-un, mamma didn't send
your wash Vansc baby's beea took with the
measles." imd she don't know lut what
you're afraid of the' measles. The baby
ain't ever in the room where she washes,
ami the board of health it has sent around
a list of f irings to pat in the water yon
boils your clothes in so's you don't catch
no disease, but. still mamma didrPe'know
whether yor.'d want 'em or not."
She pauses for a reply. When yon have
given yonr oders nl-ont yonr ill fated
clothing, yon ask the litUc woman if she
baa ever bad the measles.
"Oh, yes'm, when I was a child I bad
'em." she -answers.
"How obi arc yon now, Gretchen?"
Ten," replies Gretchen. Xcw York
Made a DlCere tee.
She I want so riach ta take the leading
part in t he amateur t iient rit-als. You have
omf influence with the promoter. Do you
think you could help me?
Gallant Mr. Devor Yes, indeed. You
cn:i rely upon me to stand up for yoa every
She TJe.t the scrne is to ba laid in a horse
The Saddest Tart of It.
"Ah, what an awfully swell pirl Ella
Ferris used to Ik-, and how she has chamd
lately," inured Tom Do Witt.
"Yen raeau t-iuce bcr marriage?" asled
"Yes. Once nothiag or earth wa3 too
gwxlforber. Most of the fellows iaour
sty.who tried their Inclc vrcra not nearly
gt od rnnugh. Dut hhe inr.dc a e.-.t mis
Xi Jip v.-hen she marriid Ferris."
"Poorilevil of a clerk, wasn't, he?
"lie was nnd is yet. They live ia a Cat
over in ISmoklyn somewhtTe. My sister
called there thu oilier day, and she says
the way they live is simply disheartening.
Somali, dark moms with cheap furniture,
and a couple of f.rnalling kids for bric-a-brnc.
I'leesantritnation. Tho fiat looks
ant on a livery stable in the rear n::d a
Otilmiic school in tLc front. The best bid
room is in a dark alcove opening invitingly
oit tbe dining room. Thry h;:ve 1:0 ser
vant nnd Ella docs all the housework, fo
her bauds are Beltins red r.r.d Iiony, acd
tdie is going off frightfully ia her Ic oKs.
"They never ro anywhere or fee anybody,
llaxen't lxnn to the theater once since they
were married. Ferris is ahvayj too tired
to ko out wh'jn he gets home ia the even
ing, nnd then they have to economise.
And my sister says the saddest t himr about
it all is that Elia has the audacity to 1-2 so
blissfully and perfectly happy."'
"1 lappy :"' ejaculated Jack."
"She is and so is lur bnslioud. That's
the worst part of it," n-plied '!' :n. "My
sister snhljjin has not mn-u anj liody so ec
tlitiely couten-etl and happy i:i a lo::s time.
GaI! when I think w ff.-.t s!ie upetl to be, I
can't help fo-liug sorry fcr her."'
"You're right," said .lac-k, with fervent
conviction. "There are i:o morv pituille
objects thru people who can bs happy cn
tUA) a year!" ISnsiklyn Ufa
A Siatnral Ipfjalrj.
It was in the sm.-iUiug ear, aud the train
was rattling aloiiK at a lively rate of tpeed.
A stout, mrid complcioned man, very self
satisfied, ws talking loudly alxml the vf
femiuatedesentracyof modern youngnicn.
"lcx)k at me! Fifty years old never sick
in my life mid can travel lay five miles au
hour now! Why? ltecausc "from tbe day
w hen I was !S) until I was 40 1 lived a steady
life. Xo delicaciiT! Xo late hours! gam
mer nud winter alike I was in bed at and
tip the next morning at ." o'clock. Princi
pal food was porridge, and worked hard be
tween 8 and 1 o'clock: t lieu dinner; then ua
hour's exercise; then"
"Pardou me, sir." interrupted a young
man near him, "what did you say you were
in for?" Xew York Herald.
BiBKbimrd Knclisb In Japan.
Here arc? some nttemnta at English to
be seen ou tho similwnf.s iu tbo Bl reels of
"Wine, beer and other medicines."
i A shop, t he kind of umbrella, pnrasol
"The shop for the furniture of tht sev
"Prices, no increase cr diminish."
"All kinds of miperior sundries keut
'tkiutuaker and seller (liortwacteau
"Iidies' lurnished in tha up ntair "
Why Ho IirowBcd.
First Street Arab Say, wherc's Frecchy
at. do you kuuw?
Secoud Do. Why. aiu't yoa beard dat
Frencliy got drowadi d ?
First Do. Xaw. Ifow could be get
dron adud when be was tnch a good cwiiu
mer? Sectmd Do. He went iu swimmin in de
pond up iu de park, and after be bad got
inter deep water be seen a sign wot said,
"Xo Swimmin Here," and so wot could be
do but Just drown? Princeton Tiger.
, It was a lately landed servant girl who
returned to the employment agency and
said that she bad been discharged from her
place because she was too industrious.
"Why, bow can that be Whet did you
do?" ....... .
"Shure, tbey told me ta clean' tho house
I cleaned all up stairs and then went down
into tbe cellar and dusted and washed ou
all the bottles in the wine cellar, and they
discharged me." New York Herald.
Some men will insist upon makiug very
inapropos marks. Jacicsmet Untoatbe
ether day. Tbey were warm friends, aud
Jaicgs was lauding bis wife to tbe skies.
"I fairly idolize her," said he.
"So do I," says Baggs,and now be is
wondering why Jaggs bit him and tbe nt
aaocphere is so friaid whenever thev meet.
TTie great majority of Gounod's biogra
phers have bcrrt.v. cd their materials whole
sale from the pages of Mile, de Dovet.who
prcsenttsl buv n-aders with a somewhat
idcr.li::el piitcre of her hero. Gounod's
simplicity of ihr.rr.cter and homeliness pt
life, fcr example, are to some extent imag
inary, fcr t!:tf&itt1:urt)f "Fcnst" was, in
his way, iilmcst as grent a jiosenr as Ixird
Chatham l:im?elf. lie delighted to re
ceive visitors in the dim r.-ligions liirht of
hit. magnificent music room, while, elad iu
a costume f black velvet, nud looking
wonderfully like the Doctor of his own
creation, be ran bis fiagirs dre-jniily o-er
the keyboard of the organ tlure, above
which wasfiTCCil a l.ugc cii:ueetiito cruci
fix. A wire of tl:a whi'.'c iumd bade you
1 sik'ut, a.id it was not till the last
strains of the meape solemneile on which
be was entn;-ed had died away that he be-
; gnn to talk in t.ieasured and mysterious
accents., For tho Jast 10 years of his life
i be bad a f,ricvanee ngnh:st Kngland irnil !
' her laws, and never tirslVf complaining
I of ce jugenient infame. lie chsfed consid
erably at the impossibility of his crossing
the chauncl without running the risk of
an attachment, but chuckled at the sum
mary manner in which ilia W-ris tribunals
bad dismissed an application for au exe
cution on bis art treasures ia the (Juarticr
Moaccau mi J tt. Cloud. Ixmdon World. !
SB b ai
m i a tm t-
Is called the "Father cf Diseases.''
It is caused hy o Torpid Liver,
and io generally accompanied with
LOSS OF AFFEiiTE,
m BREtTR, Rc
' Tc treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative cd atonic to
the digestive orgr.r.3. By taking
Simmons Liver He;u!ator yen
promote digestior., LriiiTj oa a reg
ular habit cf tcdy end prsveat
Biiiounc3 and I::ii?tio:i.
"Mr trifc was srrrir dkTTf l v'.th Ccnatipa
l'o3::l coue-:iii.-ig, loll.-tv-cl v-ith .'.Icrtii.-i- tJilcs
Aflorw ir months i-r oti-;m:r'nii I i-rer b ui-ioi
the almost cnurcly rrliey-4, n.a.img itrcnrUi
Hsli." V. h. Leet ek, lA-A-ri Uw. "
C3T VF.lt V FACHACJIlNi.
XIan oar K 8uir.a In rct wi-af.pc
j. a. r.r,rr."i il co., f...i.it'-i. i.
WE moroSE to boom our
trade from now until Christinas
v i iTe r i n u n ti su a 1 i n tl u cc m e n t s,
viz: With evert- order for a
dozen eaVittet photos we shall
trivc an extra photo in the new
Vienna panel size, acd in addi
tion vimr choice of three beauti
ful souvenirs. In crayon work
wc an; offering au exceptional
bargain a ICxi'rt crayon portrait
in a beautiful old frame at
regular price $5.5.1.
Visitors are always welcome.
1725 Second Ave.
Wmihet everything fiom tine
silk handkerchief to a &xcnt
tent; Laoe curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 1 31 KD AVB
A. M. &. L. J. PAR'CER,
lelephout Ko. 1214
Seeing is Believing.
How many peonle know
what an endless variety of mcr-
.1 ! - - .
cnanaise is required to carry on a drv
I fri I cr- ItltrinAnn . . 1 .- . ... a
Suuu3 uusn.css tuiiioicic in every tlr-mrf-v.
; Wc dare say, -But few." Ow.S' ...
iiom me iiiiirKei anu auvantages in n- x -,T ,
direct from the manufacturers and imprir?t?f,'':V
a necessity to carry a tremendous lar-f. , ,'U
Mated above, direct from heailiiiariers means av:
jiaitl to a middle man. or to calied jobber. Tin''1 ' 'r
prolit is a great adrantajfc.to the retail cttstenie-T "'
cheaper from a house btivin tl.eir goods direct' "j-i'l" ' 11
frim one lmvinr from iolibers. I
in lilee Sills. TW fi. ...I - 11 .' V '" "''"Ii
wear. Hosiery. "I'limming-i. I.accs, tiloves.' H:-i, .T 1
1'ine and Tabic Linen.--, Corsets and t!nnatiiu'..f ',..' '"' '
idea what an immense reserve stack i ri, I'1,'" :"
sold in the Kctail Department, daily, wc ni.-'i c! .."l-.'-i ' ' !'
on us, and we shall take great pleasure in .!,.,;'.,' '-
of seasonable merchandise stored on each 1'i.i r i.- ' 7 '
located at 217, 3171 West .Second street and . c ut, , !m '. ,' r
Kl.UG. IIALEK, MHWKXTsr.i: M;y ,,-,s
The undersigned firm employs almost a ,,.,
their salesladies and saloMiien are all expi r:. ". '
those who haye not yet favored us with a call ').
and do so now. and convinNj yourself of tin- :i-,.,vi." '.
inr is bciicvinii. Thankiti": the nulilic for i..! . ''' '
Ki nr. HAmpp rnu-rv
m n J k i- aTa afaaw aa- aaaa
217 md -17 i-2 West Second St.. DAVi'M
lilt lltillll iiuui uvc tlu
I hiv n 1-irrrA rnnclnnmnf rf
a aaaw aa vvtsOic:iui.ill K.H 1 p
Rings, Ink Wells, Pen Rarks, call t:
etc.. made of materials taken .:
Lookcut Mountain; they w ill m.;
prize very highly. We have th-;m
sale for a few days only.
If u u
Cloaks and Ii
For the Next 30 Davs.
ttu: ...:n u . it.. a ii.... i.
i nio win ue me greatest ana lvm ra.
c-.il. rT UA t. 'r . r.
aii, tvci uciu ill ll ic I ri-VIU.
thing in our store a genuine bargain
sale will save everv hdv rinvhasii
Cloak or lint 75 tvr rpnf nnl t .1
our entire stock of Cloiks and .Miiii
must be sold.
.. lours very tpilv.
rt TT T i
a k mm - . a.
a t-ii n w iiiuvtiMi'
l a u i f i i l c i i : u
" r lit ais 1 1 w t.
111 WT 'C"--v-.l -.
T lt t 01111 J: faTjrlrj
i a sense of strength bora of ea
lOOjan anllrs. .
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