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THE AKGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1894.
ritlukad DMf tad Weakly at 1M
tragi, Bock UUaa m.
J. W. Pom, -
TUUf sDatlr, tea KM par wwk. Waakty,
tl.no pat mn; la drmsct flJtO.
An (cnaukMloM of critical or inwli
tra (hamster, poiltiaal or religion, iaaat bar
ml Vim attafhad for pablloation. Me rach
art'rJaaWni pVtatM ever fletWaoa attaataNa.
Compoo4mm aollcrttd from every township
U Rock It Ian4 eoanlF.
ati kdat, April t8. J894.
Uxclk Axsox is still faming and
fretting at the font of the lae hall
ladder anil no iloulit still confident
that he will win the pennant in the
end". ; - " i-
v r 1 i -
General Kelly received more
than a thousand dollars irucontribu
tion at Omaha, but be is thus far
the only oflirvr rf the Industrial army
who has been1 Cashiered.
Make way for Candidate Harrison!
An immense picture of the ex-preni-dent
was displayed at the Indiana re
publican date convention and a little
hit of a biiM of McKinley.
Ltrfi.F. ft reiuiVea to make
dentist happy. Because President
Jordan of the Man ford university
has found a little fish, which would
be absolutely unsalablo in the mar
ket, hn is more pleased than a whaler
after a good season.
Emory's "dogs of war" are no
myth. They aro an important arm
of tho service in all the great conti
nental armies. Though docidodly
knowing" in many ways, they are
still too stupid to refuse to fight and
to take to tho woods.
uiu iualmav ixoriLER has come
oat with the formal announeiment
of his candidacy, for count v clerk. So
many Moline candidates were jretting
into me ncin mat Konier thought it
was lime mr mm to ie in it.
t'ONORE'VAS (iEOKOK W. FlTHIAS
has 1x-n renominated in his district.
Mr. Fithian ha made a creditable
representative at Wa-hinton, and
his rvnomination i an evidence of
wisdom on the part ol bis constit
uent, as well a n dewryed compli-
uicui in mm.
Tnr. Ivtroit Free IYes suggests
the best m ay to get rid of I'oxey's
armv at Wahington is to turn loose
upon thrni one of the long-winded
repnlilican obstructionist senators
and let him dicus the tariff ones-
lion, t'oxey's cohorts would swim
the Potomac bnt what ther would
make a sjieedy escape.
Sexator Mill neatly disposed of
senator Hill's attack on the income
tax in bis speech in the senate the
other day, w hen he said: "The op
ponents ol the income tax; sny j, is
inquisitorial, anarchistic, socialiric.
to itrr ia ot Z per cent on incomes
but when a poor fellow wants a hhirt
ami is taxeii iim per cent for it.
nothing is snul aiont ltiiemg social
istic. It was said the income tax
was nnjnst and ininnitons, and the
senator from New York a few days
azo had called it by all kinds of rile
names, yet when he was governor of
New York he had never told the
legislature that the income tax which
was on the statute books of that state
was unjust and iniquitous.
Gr.s." Cjiarlks Kelly, the head
of the "industrial army" now tramp
ing across Iowa, on its march to
Washington, is an Illinois nroduct.
He was raised in Ouincv. lie served
bis time at the printer trade in that
city, and worked as a compositor in
the Whig ollicc. He left CJuincy
pome tea years ago. married a Han
nihnl. M'., girl, and emigrated to
California, where ho has been em
ployed constantly at bis' trade for
nine years. He is a man of good cd
ncution, and -has occupied a promi
nent position in labor circles in Oak
land. When the Coxey movement
was started it was decided to send a
delegation from the Pacific tdojic, a
leader was wanted, and Kelly gave
up bis situation, and has since de
voted himself .3 the work of organ
izing and leading his brigade
Armu Governor (Jill will not
follow the example of Iowa's Jack
son in interfering with Kellj'g indus
trial army. He is not alarmed by
the shrieks of the fanatics, but
says: "I have watched the pa
pers for accounts of the progress of
Kelly's army acruss the slate of
Iowa and I have yet to learn of a-single
instance where they have de
stroyed the proiwrty of others.
Whatever may be said of the compo
sition of the army, its avowed purine
is philanthropic, and so long as the
army show so dispotdtion to en
croach upon the rights and property
of others it will be my policy to keep
bands off I have not canvassed
the matter thoroughly in my own
mind, bnt as I feel now I will not
cnll npn any ' corporation to trans
port the army across the state.' If
that were done it would le a prece
dent from which to argne that corpo
ration should carry other so-called
philanthropic bodies. Unless the
army is found gnilty of destroying
property or of other breaches of the
public )eace. tbe militia will not be
called out hr me, nor will I interfere
la anr war.'
MY LITTLE KINO. I
t met a kin this afternoon!
lie bad not oa a crown indeed, '
A little palm leaf hat was all,
And be was barefoot, I'm afraid.
Bnt sore I am he ermine wore
Beneath bit faded jacket's Una,
And sore I am tbe crest be bore
Within that jacket's pocket too.
' For 'twas too stately for an eert
A marquis would not go so grand
Twas possibly a cxar petite,
A pope, or something of tbat kind.
If I mnst tell yon. of a horse
My frcrfclrd monarch held the rcla T
Ivnihtlras an estimable beast. .
Bnt not at all disposed to run. .
And snob a a-agon! While I lira
lMre I presame to see j
Aaetlipr snch a vehicle - ' j Z
Aitlicn transported mcl
Two other ragged rrinces
His royal state partook
Xoubl less t he first excursion
These orerclsn ever took.
I question if the royal coach
Round which the footmen wait
Has the significance on higb
Ot this barefoot estate!
' 1 .4
; . ' Ills Plaintive rioa. - (j r
lie had loved her very tenderly and
for a long time, bnt sho had scorned
him. Ho was no worm either, for he
would have turned when trod nnon. bat
she recked not this. . It wis enough, for
ner titat sue uiu not care tor him. Tins
is visually enongh for any woman: also
for any man when tho boot is on the
other foot, for of snch is the kingdom
His condition had at last become un
bearable to bio, and he resolved to win
all or lose all. It was late one evening
when the fatcfnl moment c.iuia
"Will you marry mc'f" he csked her
in pain, nntrimmcd English, forhoconld
trnst himself to nothing in the orna
She spnrned him scornfully.
"Ko!" she replied, with sarcaic, hate
ful, cruel cruphusis, "Ko!"
The word pierced the heart in his bos
om. His lips quivered, and at first he
could not speak.
"Have yon no more to say?" be asked
at last plaintively.
"Xo. sir," sho replied. "What more
conld I say?"
Again he shrank at the cruel thrust
"I didn't know," ho murmured tremn-
lonslr, "bnt I think yon might have said
Ko, I thank von."
Then ho fled awav so weary with dis
asters, trigged with fortune, that lie
wonld set his life on anv chance to mend
it or be rid cf it. Detroit Free Press.
A Custom That 1. Very-Old Indeed.
A bride made t lie confession to agronp
of yonng women who pothered around
her after tho wedding ceremony and the
congratulations bad I3en said and
owned up to having worn a yellow gar
ter for two years, that lie had counted
the stars and carried out the varions
bits of lore that are prop! letic of a speedy
marriage ana happiness-evcr after.
She wore enmpthinft old an J something new.
Something borrowed and anethinir blue.
on her wedding night, and, moreover.
wore a silver coin a Columbian half
dollar in her shoe. She-was showered
with the osnal amount of rice when it
came time to get into the carriage and
drive away for the honeyrjioon trip, and
had old shoes and good wishes enonch
sent after her to mak the after years
Joyous ones if thev all bold good, and.
moreover, when she opens her trunk and
traveling bag and tbe bridqgroom opens
his umbrella enoaph. rice will come to
light to make tneirlirat rice pnddtng. and
the shoe strapped on the outside of the
trnnk will tell its own tale.
It is strange how much .enjoyment one
gets out of snch harmless tilings, bnt the
custom lasts, and the older it grows the
more rigidly it is adhered to. Buffalo
The Cost of Gint eng.
In England we bare bain accustomed
to pay high prices at certain times for
drags, such as quinine, cocaine and
others, bnt a drug is used in Kew China
which in actual value far surpasses any
thing which has been known here.
The substance in question is called
ginseng and is the root of Aralia quin-
qnefolia. It is bo highly valned as a
tonic and stimnlant medicine in China
that it is sold at from 20 to 250 times its
weight in silver, sometimes for 500 times
that amount. Authorities state, how
ever, tbat it possesses no important
medicinal properties. Kcxt to China
the drug is produced in good quality in
Corea and is the principal article of ex
port from Corea into China. So much
is this the case that the Coreans are loath
to part with any seeds of the plant lest
their practical monopoly in this root
should be invaded.
The wonder is that with such a much
nsed commodity at such a price steps are
not taken to cultivate it in sufficient
quantity mo as to adjust the balance be
tween supply and demand. The reduc
tion, for exnntplef in the price of qui
nine was largely the result of increased
cultivation of the cinchona plant, and
the same may be said of cocaine in re
spect to the cocoa plant. Pearson's
A J udffe of 11 asnaa Mature.
"Doctor, tell me honestly whether
rcy health is improving or not."
My dear sir, you're getting on fa
"Yon are not speaking the truth,
doctor, bnt I can tell without your as
sistance whether I am getting better cr
not" v :
ITow can yon judge??"
"By the behavior of my heirs."
. Ihe ipriig Hed cine.
All run down" from' the weaken
ing effects of. warm weather, you
need a good tonic and blood puri'Gcr
like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Do not pnt
off taking it. Numerous little ail
ments, if neglected, will soon break
up the system. Take Hood's Sarsa
parrilla now, to expel disease and
give yon strength and appetite.
Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic and liver medicine. Harm
less, reliable, sure.
' The Highest riaee for Ute.
The highest place which mav be
occupied for life in this country is
that of chief justice of the United
States supreme court. Presidents
may come ana go, senators, cabinet
officers and members of the house
shift with tho tide of politics, but
death alone, in the. ordinary course
of events, can' make a change hi the
great legal tribunal. It follows, as
a matter ol course that a siuemtia
portrait " with accompanvinsr bio
graphical sketch of Chief Justice
Melville . ruller should appear in
"Americas tireatest Men and wo
men," the great work which The
Akgi s is offering its readers for but
10 cents a part when accompanied by
the coupons cut from this newspa
per. sixteen magnilicent parts, with
16 splcndKi portrats and biographies
in each, of living great men and wo
men: the chance is not one to be
leve a malCrn fair to eee
And beet of sll she ?oveth me;
our hearts both b::t in unity
We owe it all to r ka' Tlcrb tea.
For he wr fallow and I was red.
And neither of ns wou'd ever 1-are wed '
Dsd it not been for her annt who e&ld :
"Jurt takes Parks Tea when jou go to bed."
So d by nariz & Vllemcycr.
'Royal liuliy'' ltye Whisky
Is a "Rye as Is a Bye," naturally rip encd and
free from all foreign flavor asd adulterants, ruar.
anteed pare and over eleven yesr of arc, rccom
mended to the connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confiluncc of invalids, conva
leeconts and the axed. Fee that our camo is
blown in bottle. Sl.OOper qaart but le.
"ROYAL i:cby" TOUT "WISE,
pure, old aud mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids. eonTalrsrents and tbe ;i d. It restores
lout vitality, creates strength and appetite, "builds
up the weak and dcbiltteted. Quart. Jl. Pints.
60 cents. Put up on honor and guaranteed by
HOY AL WIS E, CO., fTbicaao.
For sa'e at Harper House riurnucy. and by
n uiiam ncnacnin, moiine.
We are offering to tho public a, full
line ol medinm and lltgn Oirailc bicv
clcs at nnnsnallv low prices. Call
on ns and save money.
D. M. Seciiler Cauuiage Co.,
Third Avenue, Moline.
4Ea."2... 7 a vifforous body
and robust strenplh,
&-Laf But aUfuil when tbe
vital powers are
dobilitv and loss of
manly power result
Irom tmd naMits-con-
trarteil bv the voune
of their ruinous con
morose, or irrilalile
temper, fear of lmneniiins calamity and
thousand nnd one deranijpments of body and
mind, result from suctb pornicinis prai'tices.
Alt tnese ore permanenrir cured tv mi
proved mpthods of treatment without the
patient leavim; home.
A medical treatise written in plain but
chaste lanfruao, trpnting of the nature,
symptoms nnd curability of such diseases.
sent securely slt-d in a plain envelope, on
receipt ot tnis notie, with iu cents vn stumtis.
for Tiostae. Address, AVorld's Iispeniary
pEOPO'SALS FOR FUE-II VEGETABLES
a neoquarien. oipa imett cf tli Mt-sonr..
Cfflc; Chi. f Conimiwary of gulif ist. nee, cbicairo,
ill.. April S4. K a'ea proiw.iin triplii ate,
will be received at thWofllce until 12 o'cl. ek M
Oaturtlav. May Lfi. 1sl. at which tine ard place
they will be openel in p-eence of biudx-p. for
the furniph i K and de ivcry f not h qnaniiiirs of
fresh pnnit'ics and onions s may lie required by
i. L ,r,7t.,VP, lit, m ron it.Btiv,
Mirb.; Fort I caverwortn. Kl ivr.n.iln.. tm.
rout (inrd at Militmy Piisoe, Fo.t Mu kinac.
m i rim Kia.: r on rote. Kan, ;
Fort Sheridan. 111. : Pert SHI. Okin . fv-i t., ii
okla.: Kort W.iyn.-. Mich ; Ind'aminolis Ars-mil'
lnd : Jefferson Barracks. Wo , and Kor.lt Island
an.vui,ni.,iiurii!K inc iime cooinienctnir July 1
and ending ot so. lm4. Prom mi mil h
ceived np to and opened at tha same hoar at the
sew ral pos:s, by the re'pertive commisKar.es of
such posts, esch post commis?arr receiving pro
ne sals fjr his own po o.ily. Blank' for iro.io
a'sani cireiilarof inwroc iors to b dders, cit
ing full inforantion as to tbe qna ity of vegeta
bles required, manner of bidding, conditions to
be observed by bidders, and lerais of c infract ard
pnvment. w.ll he film flivion aiqiMcation to this
oSeeorto the Acting Commissary of Mibislence
at any pjsu It is eznressly understood tha: ihe
contracts mndu under th' ndviTii-eitient sha I
not be o.mtruud to involve the United Stat .s in
any obligation fur ptymect Iu excess cr the ai
pri'priatinn prarttd by cpe' for the purpo.u.
The Ooverntiieiit i e-erves the light In reje, t ary
or all prttoiials. - Knveloes contuiniii:' proposals
should be marked, 'ProMtaiil4 for Kreh Vegeta
bles," and addressed to tliu undersigned, or to
the Acting Coniniiesry tf Kuhsinteiire at the
riist bid for. J. II.UII.MAN. ir aud C. S,
I'. It. A., Chief Com. cubs.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
w m usan n -m- jour
Tired, wecx. nervous
. . Urn. Mary C Crydermmn
I had rheumatism so severely that I was
obliged to use a cane. I w?s tired of life and
was a burden to those about rue. I often suf
fered from dtzzluess, worried much, and was
subject to nervous spoils. Hood's Sarsaparilla
made me feel like different per at. i owe
my present Good health to Hood's Sarsapa
rilla.'' Mas. Mabv C CnrcEBMAX, Laon-
taino, Kansas. Be sure to get Mood's.
HOOd'a Pills cure all Liver Ills, Blllou.
oess, Jaunuicc, indigesUon, Sick Headache. .
AR6US BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BOOKS, AVALL PAPER, ETC.
Crampton, R, 1725 Second avenue.
Allars, L, 1003 Second avenue.
FCKXITUnE AXD CARPETS.
Cordea, B F, 1SC3 Second tvenue.
GLOVES ASD FCRS.
Bcnne'.t, Geo, 1605 Sccoi d avenue.
Tmlc;, W, 1T07 Second avenue.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Beselin, 3 U 3M3 Second avenue .
Munro, lo Rue & Anderson, 2J6 M r.rkct eqnare.
Thomas, T IT, 1030 Sccont avcrue.
fpeidel, C,ll." Second avcr.no."
PLUMBERS AND GAS FITTERS.
Blake & Murphy, 1S10 Third avenue.
"WALL PAPEK, ETC.
Adams Wall Paper Co. 810 .114 Twentieth street
Rancher, Chas A, 2il Twentieth street.
Bess Bros, 10:0 ferond avenne.
Brooks St Thiennu:, "001 Fifth avenue,
Kuschmann, Itobt, ST Fcurih avenue.
Long, C J, Second avenne and Meeteenih ttrcct
Browner A Co. 2931 Fifth nvenue.
Knox, B F, 409 Twentieth street. '' '
HARDWARE, STOVES AND MANTELS
Noftsker, J T. 8H Twentieth ttreit.
rarker's UllLdry, 37-21 Third avenue.
COD, 2-1 and iSS Eiphteccth street.
Sock Island Brewing company.
SchrocdeHaus, 311 Twentieth street.
Trt-Clty Packing and Provision Co, 4th and 10th,
JEWELER ASD OPTICIAN. ;
Bamscr, J A Son, 187 Second avenue.
Blackburn & Co.ll". Second avcnui.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Bo ton Shoe $t:rc, 10-S Second avecue
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
narr'.s, tieo W D. StiH Seventeenth
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Ter
Without Stirpoal Operation ordeten
tioa from Business.
TCo pay for treatmcrt until eared. Piseascs cf
Rectum: Chmntr. 'an-t'p.iti m, stricture, Fissares
rrurinsor iicu:nz vnw -rinan ntly enred.
Kibtula cured w:TInt the ue of kuife.
Piles removed without paiu Lt the
Medical and Surgical Institute
AHDERSOH 4fc ROSE,
CONSULTATION IS FREE.
Permanently Located is tbe Eyan Block. Cornet
becoad and Brady streets, uavenuort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
If AndeTTOU and Rose are graduates of Uie
"f , l?' '1"' 1IP" of lh. country, and
iith ? 7can i"tno in the treatment of
t b ontc diseases.
CATAKUH. THROAT AND LINGS.
T rh"f eucccsef ullv treat Catarrh, Throat and
Lung,, diseases ol the dlgesiive orsans.w
sjrtver trouDles, constipation, thronic d
KIDKET AND CRINAKT
Troubles speedily removed.
The most aggravated ease) are aneedPv aiut
DermauenUy cured by our new method of 're
LADIE8 AFFLICTED Special atbsntloa
o all dises peculiar to w.Te SvS,V?al
and advantage f.rr tbe treatment and iulea t2
movaiajfthis class of diseases.
ElecWicity Its Scientific Applica
tion. w.aS."?" L?' -Prtt.c hair
troiygi,. 1 removM oy elec
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
All troubles arising from tmpnre blood, scrof
ula, eexema, tatter, tamor, ulcia, etc.
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: RaHwav Dennt coiner Fifth avenne and
Thlrty-Brs; s reet, Frank H. Plumm.r. Agent.
Denver Limited cOa ai..
ami 6:10 pan
a m am
Ft. Worth. Denver A K. C. .
K. 3. St. Joe A Minneanolla
Omaha 4fc Dee Moines.......
t nnsha 4k Knesas nty
Omaha A Des Koines Fx...
Omaha 4k De Moines Ex..
Denver, Lincoln 4k Omaha...
St- Paul & Mrnneapol s
t mis am
t e:54 ira
t 5:1 am
bv, rani jcaunoeapors....
tit. Joseph, Atchiron 4t K. C.
uenver, rt. wortu A K. n.
Kansas City 4k St. Joseph .
tKocfe Island 4t Washington,
tchiearo Des ktolse
am it S iflpm
Arrival. vDeuarture. tDsiiy.exceptSnnday.
All elhors dail. . Telephone losa. ,
F. U.Pt.i'wanl, Agt.
BTJBLrSGTOSl ROUTK C., B. ft Q. RAIL
wav Denot First avenue and Blxteintb
street, M.J. 1 oung, agent,
Rt. Louis Expnss 6:4S am 7:SS pu
ht. Louis Express ! 7:U pmi 6:S am
M. rnul fassenger .... 6 pin 1:S6 am
BeariUtown Passenger 3:15 pm 10:35 am
Sterling Passenger 7.n8aoi 8:4"lra
Duhnque Paat!nger'... 7:fi5am 8.45pm
S erlu.g Paeenger 6 Si pi. I ,
QniCAGO, MILW AUKEE ST. TAUI.
Pailwav Hacine M sso'hwestern Division
Deprt Tecntictl street, betwten r'irst aud
yccood aruuM s, H. lt. M . llolmea, AguwX.
Mail and Express..
St. Paul Kxorcss
rt and Accomniodaaon..
Dock Island Pkokia Railway
Depot First Avenne aud Twentieth htreet.
r. A. KackweP, Agent.
I vavb I Ar.Riva
Past Mail lxprts.. .
7:W am 7:.W pm
pint 11 H5 pm
H:lfl am' 8:0" pm
4:00 am1 e:fS am
Durlincton. Cedar Rapids 4
Northern Railway, depot f jot tf Brady
str it Davenport. Ju. Morton, Ucu. Tk't A
Le r I Aumva
PallLer. ................. Iti4 :t:i puithll Ot am
Freight 3:U0 amall:lSpu
- urive w et usl cuport
Wes; Libertv Train-
i T.Nortri. l-c h.
..ili7::l.m b'J :S5 pm
.. alo:25pm; a5:10am
.. i D7:soam 07:40
h3:4'l pm bll:4'Ti
. . b6 :4.s im : M 1 :50am
.. a13:45pm' b7:30am
a DaDr. bDsilv excent -nnda7. t;oin? ncr'h
Going orrh. toiiur South and eaat. i.arr.es
psssenfers to Ctuar r.ap.ds- on.y.
To St. Louis
Leave Rock Island 7:30 A. M
Arrive St. Louis 7:30 p. m.
This Route affords a pleasant day
journey through the best por-
tion of the state cf Illinois, in
cluding the cities of Peoria
A full view of the State Capitol is
had from the train at the lat
ter place. Lunch is served on
the train you can order what
your appetite demands and at
a reasonable price.
Another thing to be considered is.
that you are not compelled to
rise at an unseasonable hour
to take train. You are landed
in Union depot, St. Louis,- in
due time to catch out-going
trains on connecting lines in
case your destination is be
6, T. A,
Ia Postofre, vs-e will eotf
A Kaarnpsp Kntvlrtpe. of clthet?
WIUTE, ILFMI or BKCXETTE
Ton have seen it advertised for many
years, but have you ever tried it? If
not. vou do not know what an Heal
Coast p4eaion lowae lav
fceektee belnsr m eeknowledired beerrtHler.
ba many ref renhlnir uses. It prevents cfttaf-bir,Bun-ban,windHan.ieaAensierspinUMin,
etc.; Infactltisa miistdelleateaiMldesinibte
protection to tho face rturina botaeudwr.
It Is awi4 ETcrrwacre,
For sample, address
I J.A.POZZONI CO. St. Louis. MoJ
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Greatest variety of brown
' and tan shoes and Ox
Jqrds'in all the leading
correct spring styles from
the east in
We have the ever pop
ular razor, west-end and
new narrow square toes.
They are beauties. Widths
A A A to E.
Cor. Second and Harrison $ts.
VOl IR ROY wil1 Iook tnm and t;p tor. f fce's
1 vriaJiy uvj 1 cIothcdbackt le?s heaJ
feet with The Hubs
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Sent on receipt of jrics, cr C. O. D. with privEe of erarr.ir.ntio-; to tr.y j- J
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Trlt hUB, ichers and Sheers. fVwadwnfc
im immma- Mb a luh.
J . T. EoBrnns. Tom BofnrfTZLS.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
Uonse Heating and Sanitary Plambinj;. Basement Eock Island Nat. Eiik
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Ail Kirrts ot Carpenter Work Done.
OaiMtal Jobalng done oa abort nolle and aataaractioa gaaradaea.
OtUm avad SXap 1 Twolftli Ktvwat. RtHTt INLAND
Note the following
t'J.OO Pattern Ah
We will also place all regular f-toi V. bats on ale at 1 !
same reduction. Over 5 W lriuim'I Lata and lxnn t t
select from. Xothinp but new sUles; no two alike. A'l
choice and nobbv goods.
25 per cent discount this week on all jacket and cape.
Foil and complete line of wrapper, suits and waists.
Nobby and durable taj.
' all the-late faJs.
we have them. Call an4
see the prettiest of th.
pretty patterns in allsori
of materials, that We Qa
guarantee. If you ha
trouble in U-ir fltt(.
Ages b to 1 years every thread ill v. ocl
double breasted coat pants made v.iih
dotbls knees double scats tip: d s-oa
(will outwear2 pairs of the usud kinJi-A
Stanley cap, made like ilhsiration-w
match the suit and A Pair of Shoes oj
solid leather, ilrst-class, strong ar.j r:i
the entire head-to-foot outfit for Ss.oc.
1803 Second Arenie,
prices on pattern hats
S:il" Former a!-
Price. Price. Pri'
$5.75. $4 U. ularSl.ck IIatf
fl.75. 3.o:j -
tl.UIr. f2.50 fl 75.
3.25, fi.irO $.-::.
(Wholesale and Retail)
W.Second St., DaYenpoit I