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At Rock Island sf?
Tnc.womxrs iambi okamocsy
i on eiiin' ;
Containing Every Country' Best Attraction, Together with
the Extraordinary Exhibition,
A GRAND ETHNOLOGICAL CONGRESS
Of Strange ul Setae hiring Unmia Beings.
CAAo and s Bride Johanna,
GIANT AND GIANTESS GORILLAS.
Grtat Equestrian Tournament, Wonderful Trained Animal Exhibition,
Scores of Wild and Domestic Beasts Performing at once in a
COLOSSAL STEEL-BARRED ARENA.
High and Lonjr Distance Jumping Contests by First Trize Winner Horses,
Superb Leaping, Tumbling and Somersault Tournaments. Ac-
uiij ji vuauipioD
I Clrearts. I SInrs Ktev.ted tares. 1 Race Track. 1 nimal Ar n. 1 Home Fair. 2 Benarcries.
MAcrialt:s,:l.lCorn.:i an'mai Actor. SairYrrunne.s. l,uoj Male
sd Female Performers ana Emptojet:.
2 Herds of Elephants, 2 Droves of Camels, 100 Chariots.
400 Splendid Cone worth 100,M); tO Cife of Wild Beasts.
AH AHAZIKQ AND ASTOUNDING EXHIBITION.
CeW-a Invested. S vm.Oftl D,, Expenses 17 V)
Tse wewserful axaibitiua or Htriua A Bailer thit year 1 far and betonl anyia'iiie tret aceom
tliah. d before tn by thla f imoui fltm."
A Trcmendoss Exhibition Elegant; y and Correct y Presented.
SUELIME NEW FREE STREET PARADE
Ckntamn Mvm reTesntattvs of tte rnler of the world. All reilm. their milita-y uniforms
. " end ermntremetit represented at 9 a. m. on day of show.
Two performances daily at U and 8 p. at. lroon open an honr earlier.
ADMISSION TO EVERYTHING 50 CENTS. CHILDREN HALF PRICE
Reserved seats at regular price and admission tickets at sisual advance at
John Bengston'a Ciry Drug Store. 1700 Second Avenue.
CHEAP EXCl EMOXS OS ALL RAILROADS.
-IIT'S CREAM CALM-Cran.ee the nl KT"?r
1 I '"im, A I ln lam end Inflammation, IIi-l7V "Eiil
ro Nre. l!euwea Iwl and smell, an J rre -ATARVftll
1 I dj IA A-:ri.. f fa twirtis- Abnbrd. b& JW&?&4
1w llrocjU or t7 uau, ELY EUOoK Warrts fct. A. . ryyyS0cl
HATES & CLXAVZLAND
rUprsaaatir orar 40 Minion Dollars
of Cask eeseu
T!ra Uf, Tornado.
A oddest, Marina,
Bonds of Burecyahlp.
OrrtCM enrjton'a Mot Hock Island, ills
i ear rate; tbey will tntereM ym.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . , .
TkeeM Tin aa4 Ttate-triM OeeipaalM
Lcxses Prcmptlv Paid.
as tew as say reliable eompaay tea afford
Tew Palronaes m oUdted.
JdHii Volk Ac Co,
8Mb, Doors and Blinds, -
And all kind of
Woodwork for Builders
Sldlnc floerinc, Walaecoatiin
Uks street, eet 4ta aa4 elk as
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
OBtoa Corner flfteeata straet sad Third A
CAPITAL 81 OO.OOO.CO.
Seeeeeda the Mollae Saelsa Bans. Orcanisod last
5 PeRn 15TIEET Pi CI JITOSTS.
Orgsataea sader State Law.
Oven from a. ai. to t a.. ar.A Wedneeda aat
batardar aicbta from? to bm
Poaraa Saiaeam, Prnpidec)
O. A. Answosra, . . Ylee-Pir-eldeol
J. F. Baaaawat, ... caebler
Porter Skiaaer. W W viia.
O.A.hUe, H.A. Ainewottn.
. H. art wards, W. H. Adaaui,
Aadrvw rrlberf, O. T. Heaaeaway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
aude for prrrate partle In the carries
total the west by the
Orchard State Bant
Of OBCHAKD, KXBRA8KA.
X. W. Damt, Preeideat.
t. 8. Oabt Caabter.
Sfltchell ft Lynda, Banker.
i. r. Hotrtnavo, (Valuer Buck bland tiaUona
O.C.Partor. . D.
Usury ItarV Bctic, Wboleaale Groar.
wholesale Dealer and Imnorter of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 ad 1618 Third At
riBoeeyv Of P
TARS GO ON PARADE
Naval Veterans March Through
ABOUT A TEOUSAUD IS THE LUTE
TfcwVak Coed Display t Drill mm
Dlsclllae Very Brttllaat Reeptto
Glrtm ay Mrs. Weetlnawewee The
Straggle ler the Chief Oeemanaad Bad the
Kezt Location Bnsierss Meet tea! wf the
Ci-BlaeJaekeU The "Oof Watek.
Pitkbcrg. Sept, 11. The first day of
t'le twenty-eighth annual encampment,
G. A. R., has closed, and nothing bat the
best can be said of it. The weather was
supsrb and the crowds were large, and no
accidents happened to mar the day. The
marching event of vhe day was the parade
of the naval veteran, who went over the
rather long route with a precision and
excellence of drill that called forth the
heartiest cheers; from the spectators. The
veterans numbered 1,000 and were led by
R -ar Admiral Osborn. In the afternoon
the ladies of the G. A. K. and Women's
Relief Corps were taken through the city
and suburbs in carriages, following which
a reception was held at the Monongahela
Mrs. Westlnghoiise Gives a Keeeptloev
Toe social event of toe day was a re
ception by Mrs. GfOrge Westinghouse at
her suburban residence ' Solitude" given
to the visiting Indies. Some of the dele
gates who have attended similar affair
on many occasions pronounce this the
most frorgeons they ever witnessed. (The
floral decorations wer the finest ever aeeu
in this city. Henry Watterson, ex-Governor
Beaver, and all of the prominent
national ofSrs of the G. A. K. were
present. Many reunions were held dur
ing the day and evening by mambers of
the different regiments and many were
the reminiscences exchanged. The side
walks are inadequate to accommodate
the crowds that throng them and the road
ways are used along the main streets.
Street can aud vehicles are almost block
aded. Mn.irml Feat or of the Day.
One of the features of the first day of the
rnc-.mpment was the performance of Fred
X. lnnes' new composition of '"War and
Tcace" at the Exposition last night.and his
musical spectacle dedicated to the encamp
ment was (riven by the Thirteenth regiment
band, of Xew York, a grand chorus of 4J0
local singers, a company from the Penn
sylvania National Guard, Ransom post
No. SOti, G. A- R.. of St, Louis, and a bat
terry of artillery, all under the direction
of the composer. There were about Sr!0
people present, including Commander-in-Chief
J. G. B. Adams and staff and oth
ers of note.
National Eneimpmnt Polities.
Canvassing has been going on briskly
already in all directions in connection
With the G. A. R. politics. Each of the
four candidates for the office of commander-in-chief
has pretty strong backing
among the delegates to the encampment.
Judge Long, of Michigan, has au enthusi
astic followinc, hut the friends of Colonel
Lawler, of Illinois claim to have almost
ail the northwestern states, while the
supporters of Cotonel Walker, of Indiana,
assert ohat they have promises enough to
carry him through. The Texas aspirant,
John D. Bigger, also has plenty of friends,
who are confident of bis ability to win.
Cities Who Want To lie Hosts.
Louisville and St. Paul are making a
strong fight between them for the next
encampment. The Louisville delegation,
however, claim to have promisee enough
from the various departments to result in
a majority of the national delegates voting
iu favor of that city. Kansas City is also
pushing her claims for recognition.
SHIPMATES HOLD A COUNCIL.
What Was Done at the Cowveatloa of Vet
eran of the Nary.
The ninth annual convention of naval
veterans was held in the room of the Al
legheny Bar association. There were 03
delegates present. Rear Admiral Osborn
presided. His annual report showed a
very encouraging condition of afXaira, not
withstanding the defalcation of the fleet
paymaster last year. When the Indian
apolis convention adjourned there was not
a dollar in the treasury and the associa
tion was heavily in debt. During the past
year all the old accounts have been set
tled, as well as all bills of the present ad
ministration. In closing Rear Admiral
Osborn stated that having served four
terms he would like to be relieved from
the duties of his office.
National Secretary Boa wick's report
showed that charters have been issued to
seven local associations during the year
in the cities of Pittsburg, Philadelphia,
Bath, Me.; Boston. Annapolis, Lowell,
aud Rockford, Ills. Second Vice Presi
dent Francis B. Allen, of the northern
Ohio department, proposed a resolutiou
asking congress at its next session to so
amend tbe laws regarding enlisted men
in the navy that those competent may as
pire to higher positions. The resolution
was supported by the shipmate, and it
was decided to memorialise congress. As
the law stands enlisted men cannot rise
above the rank of warrant officer.
After the reading of reports and presenta
tion of. a large number of resolutions,
which were referred, Francis B. Allen, of
Hartford, Conn., was elected commander
aud the convention adjourned for the day.
The "tars" brought their day to a close by
holding a "dog watch" in Ue old city
hall last night. The hall was magninceutly
decorated in nautical designs and patriotic
colors. A number of distinguished speak
ers were i present, among them Governor
Pattison; Mayor McKenna, of Pittsburg;
Mayor W. M. Kennedy, of Allegheny, and
Caased by a Spread of the Bella,
New Okleaks, Sept 11. Spreading of
rails caused a serious wreck on the Shell
Beach railroad. Julius Applebaus, aged
16, was almost instantly killed. Willie
Flick, aged 18, baa since died of bis injur
ies, and Engineer Crawlord was badlr
She Cooked Bettea Tomatoes.
Stecbesvuxe, O., Sept. 11. Mrs. Thom
as Macheu and three children, of this city,
ate tomatoes which were decomposed be
fore cooked, and have been vomiting since
and suffering excruciating pains. Mrs.
Macheu and twe children are exoected to
The Fires Are Mot DaagwreaB,
ET. PACT, Sept. 11. A Duluth special
to Tbe Dispatch says: There are no seri
ous fires on any railroad hues near here
except tbe Northern Pacific. The fires
around Barnutn were chiefly in tbe brash
and were not dangerous.
TUESDAT, SEPTEMBER 11, 1C34.
CORN MAKES A BAD SHOWING.
a largv fwreeatasw Cat Vp e- Ahaadeaed
Wheat Better Thaa Law Tear.
Washington. SpU IL-The report I of
tbe statistician of the department of agri
culture for the month of September abowa
a decline in the condition of corn to CM
from 69.1 in tbe month of August and
W in tbe month of July. This is m de
cline of 5.7 paints from the August aud
Bl.o from the July condition. The change
is marked in nearly all of tbe great corn
states. Tbe present condition is 73 in Ken
tucky, 7 in Ohio, 55 in Michigan, 80 in
Indiana, TSiu Illinois, 51 in Wisconsin,
SO in Minnesota, 40 in Iowa, 50 in Mis
souri, 45 in Kansas, 15 in Nebraska, and
16 iu South Dakota. In most of the south
ern states the condition has risen and a
good crop U certain.
Iu addition to the unfavorable prospects
arising from the low condition of the
growing crop reports from eight states
Indiana. Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Mis
souri. Kansas. Nebraska and South
Dakota show that out of an aggregate
of 40,873,14 acres planted in these states,
there have been cut up for fodder or
abandoned 13,5JO,000 acres, or nearly Sj
per cent., which is a little over 20 par cent,
of the entire area planted in the country.
The percentage of that cut up or aban
doned by states reporting is as follows:
Indiana. 08; Illinois, 10; Wisconsiu. SI;
Iowa, 35; Missouri, 16; Kansas, 51; Ne
braska, 81; South Dakota, 8L
The condition of wheat, considering both
winter aud spring varieties when harvest
Sd, was 83. T. against 74 0 last year and 85.3
iu 18S-2. The reported conditions from the
correspoudeuts for the principal wheat
growing states are as follows: Ohio, !l2;
Michigan, 1)1; Indiana, 106; Illinois, 11;
Wisconsin, 12; Minuesota, 85; Iowa, U3:
Missouri, 81; Kansas, 5S; Neora.k, 4-1;
South Dakora. is2; .orth Dakota, 74; Cali
fornia, N; Orecoii, 8-.; Washington, fit. In
the cast: New York, Ni; Pennsylvania, ill:
Maryland, ; Virginia (report!-). 7-; Ten
uessoe, 7S; ,-t Virginia, tC; Kentucky,
fc; Ttxjit., fli Iu the principal wheat
slates I litre has been considerable im
prove meut in conditions. In July report in
parts of the wheat region the crop is
lully up to expectation, aud in other parts
the yield has exceeded expectation.
The average condition of oats is report
ed at K.8 against 70 5 Aug. L The re
turns for rye .show an average condition
of 88 i against Si a year ago. Tbe condi
tion of barley has risen neariy two points
during the month, the September average
standing at 71 5 against t-J.8 in August.
The area under clover seed is retiorted at
71.8 per cent of that for ltWL The condi
tiou is given at C!) 2, which is much below
the average, thus indicating a very short
crop. The condition of touueco is. 74.5
against 75 0 last month.
K. of L Kxeeutlve Hoard la Session.
Bvftalo, Sept. 1L The general exec
utive board of the Knights of Labor is in
the city engaged in looking over the local
situation and Mraiahtuing out internal
tannics. The members preeut are Gen
eral Master Workman Sovereign. Secretary-Treasurer
J. W. Hayes, Worthy
Foreman Michael J. Bishop, 1L P. Mar
tin. T. B. McGnire and J. M. Kecny.
Ds.seusions have rent tbe local assemblies
aud the purpose of , tbe board ;s to
strengthen the order for future emergen
cies. It is denied that it is the intention
to unite with the A. R. U.
Caaaot Afford to Make the Baee.
KASAS City, Sept, ll. Hon. T. J. Hud
son publishes a letter giving his reason for
declining to make tbe race for congress as
candidate of the People's party in the
Third Kansas district. He says his prop
erty is heavily encumbered and his hold
ings have rapidly depreciated in value,
while his law practice has (dwindled to
nothing owing to his congressional du
ties. He says his income aa congressman
has proved insufficient to meet the demands
Letter Carriers Getting Their Back ray.
Washisgtos. Spt. 11. The claims of
the letter carriers for back pay for which
judgments were rendered by tbe court of
claims and for which appropriations were
made in tbe last deficiency bill, are being
paid at the treasury department. The
vast majority of these claims, however,
are still pending before the court of
claims, but it is expected that when the
court meets again Oct. 22 judgments in
those pending will be quickly rendered.
And John Bull Had Better Look Out.
PAWTCCKET, R. L. Sept. 1L Hugh J.
Carroll, of this city, one of the executives
of the Irish Nationalists in America, has
issued this statement: "In August, ltt,
at Boston, the leading Irish Nationalists,
in a secret meeting,.voted to suspend active
work for ten years, so as not to interfere
with the parliamentary movements. Tbe
ten years ended last month. The parlia
mentary party has gained nothing. The
truce is ended."
Weadock Declines to Boa.
BAT Citt, Mich., Sept. )L Representa
tive Weadock has addressed an open let
ter to Joseph Turner, chairman of the
Democratic congressional committee, de
clining to become a candidate for renotn
inaiion. His reasons are that he prefers
to devote himself to bis law practice and
that he does not wish to enter anot her
eampaigu which he says is to be fought
upon religions lines.
"And the Mayor Draw His Caa.'M
Perky, o. T., Sept. 1L During the Re
publican primary to select delegates to
tbe county convention of this county W.
A. Stone, mayor of Perry, and Lawyer
Houston and others became involved in a
quarrel over a Populist voting, and the
mayor drew his gun. The result was a
terrible row. Dick Pluuket, a policeman,
tried to arrest tbe mayor, but his houor
stood off the officer.
Kagget of Cold Wert a S) SO.OOO.
Vakcocteb, B. C, Sept. 11. Advices
from Australia by the steamer Warriinue
say that another immense nugget of gold
was found at Cool Gardie, eclipsing the
famous Londonderry find. The nugget
which has been called the Dunn Nugget,
after its tinder, weighs 1.8(10 ounces aud la
worth over fSJ.OJO. It was taken from a
reef, the whole face of which glitters with
Twenty-two Cloak Shoes Closed.
Newark, N. J., Sept. 1L Five hundred
cloak makers belouging to the order of
United Garment Markers' of America
have quit work and twenty-two shops
have been com pel Ud to shut down. Tbe
men assert that they are compelled to
work eighteen hours a day aud the strike
is to secure a reduction to ten hours.
Still Another Decliuatloa.
Fbemott, O., Sept. 1L Colonel William
E. Mayaes has declined the nomination
for representative from tbe Thirteenth
district tendered him by the Democratic
convention held at Sandusky, Sept. 4.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kew Terk rii
Naw Yobs. BopC HL
Sloney on call e iay. Offered at 1 pe
Prime mercantile paiwr && per eeat4
aterUug exchange heavy with act oat buetneat
in haukrra' Mil lai for demand aad
M'1. for aixty day; pueted raws at)
re. Cututnercutl bills 4.
Mirer certiOcates. M4bU: aa eelee; bar
eUver Aiean-at uouitra iJV.
Cnhed States bonds, ss regular, lit;
do 's cuopuus, 1IU. do 4-s regular. 114:
do 4s coupons. 113c do ra, M bid; Pacine
S'aof HV. ioi bid.
Chtcaa; Grain aad Prodaee.
Cmcaoo. Sept- Id
Following were the qootattous on the Board
of Trude. toJar: Wheat BVpteoium-. opxned
M4J, closed ftt'at Dei-eMmr. opened uTo,
closed 57fj: Hay. opened e.'kc, closed KVic
Corn bepteaita-r, openod '7tc rkned e;
October, opened j;t4o, ciused Mlr: May.opraed
toe. closed KHo. Oats Beiitember. opened
9Vac dosed ; eve: October, opened .Hc, closed
31c; May, opened Ma, closed aMas. frk
September, opened I , closed f 14.2GC Jana-
ar.opened i.lY, clueed SU.X'ln. Lard Mep.
temher. opeued tV.Ht closed JW.OO; January,
opened I : ckw.si $ . .
r-rouuoe: Buttor xtra creamery. c per
Ih; extra dairy, aic; packing stock. ll.13c.
Ee"ir r'reah atock, lao-la'su per dos. Lave
pouitry-Cbiokeus, 7H per Un t'rtn(r chickens.
docks. turkeys, eso; geese, 4.UJ
(n.U per dns. l'otatos Uuae. SL;al. r
11: early Ohio. ll.i.JLda Aple. Jl.imiiTJ
per but. lk-rriea bin -borri.e, Sl.Ol'tl.M per
l"-ot case. Honey White clover, l-lb eectioas;
12iiV Lrokeu comu, fcVfrlUX dark cumo,
Kuod couduiou, hKi attained California, hd a
Cliieage Idee Stack.
Live Stork Prices at the LTni. Stock yards
today raiiged aa follows: tloirs Estimated
receipts for the day i"V. sales raaed at
ti-IStvi. purs. fjl4rJ1.3 lifcht. fAaula.;e
n.u,iU pa kiu. t-um. 1s.i1 uiscd, and fcktVo
.7j ueury 14. km and auippui' lota
Cattle ICeceift rJr the day. M.'UI; quota
tions raugeu at .'. ttteX choice to extra
ahipiug- steers. fl.U .:t g,nl to choice do.
J.l,6i 55 fair to g.wd, S.1.M1 j:i.73 common to
me-nuindo. as.KV-i.9i bct.-Uur' eteera. fl.iaj
iO-Vt st.Kk.n-s. itnLli feeder. liv,l.v..w
cows. ucUurs. Sl.Vt.WI.ti bails
ajUulil Xeaas steers, and $UJti.4) tm
heep and IauiIw Roceipta for the day.
.(': prices raa-td at tl-.''A weatoru,
Slfiasi Texaua. fiJ7j native add iLH,
The Lmaal Mark eta.
wtld.!5f9;sloi.L i5.tr; bald.9. ,U"!I'
Bntter Fair t cho'ce, STc ; eieaaiery. 11-.
ner doin."' ' -"
rwrrr ajro rxarraBLcs.
Oeiona 5nc per he
Blueberries- f3 a case.
Uraiies 4c per lt.
C?sttla BntrVitM m, m . 1 .
, wan 1 rtrn
4?4se; eowa ana aelfeta. snai". cutis
sl4 c. - -
Spring lamb, ft HC98 s head.
Coal Soft, 10c
"Royal Rnby- l!ye Whisky
Is a -Rye aa is a Bye." natora'ly ripened and
rce from all foreign flavor ard adaherann), guar
anteed pare t ad over eleven Tear of in. mnm
mended to tbe connoisseur aa a meritorious artJ-
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, conva
leaoente and tke aged. See that our name is
blown In bottle. $1.00 per quart hntue.
"rotal bcbt" port wise
pore, old and mellow, therefore beat adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aped Tt tn
lost vitality, create atrengtb and appetite, builds
cp me weak and CeMHtated . Quart tl. Plot.
Cu centa. Put np on honor and (naranteed bv
BOTAL WrXS, CO, Chlcaso.
Por aale at Harper Honse Pharmacy, aad by
William Clcndenin. Molme.
tVhej Baby was ska, we gave her Csstorla.
When she was a Child, be cried for Caatoria.
TOien she became Mba, she clung to Castorla.
w hen she had Children, she gave them Oaat.
Aade a, WeU
Is T). LTJm
errs An v s am
-- na(ne.as aoi
rresaresthe tlswe Recalls la 30 Bars. It acta
powertully and quickly. Cures when all others
fail. uune men will rrrain tbeir lost manhood,
and old m. n will recover their youthful vipot
by nsins VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervoui.u.s, Lost Vitality. Impofncy,
NisbtlT Emissions. Lost Power. Falling Mem
ory, Wasting IMsesses. and all effects of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. Hy mall. 1 1.00 per package, or six for
t5.0. with a netttke written ra area tea te ear
ar rrfand the ameer. Circular free. Address
CALL MET BaJWOI COaPlll. taicaea, IH.
Poraalp at Rock Island hy Ilarprr IT arise Phar
macy and William Clcndenin. Dragjrier, Molina.
- rrt .t-awwv'
DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS.
1 anocTtw a owai 00. cum.
ajmnlacturcrs cl FARM, SPRING AISD FREIGHT WAGCSS
rJ and eoeiplete liar of Platrertn ard naer epnue arois.ecil'.y aawM tt, (a.
-"' Irade.ufeniMrVw irr,Bi Mn T iiwa-st I rx L t It m.
.v'lratlAr.. See ti e alt'Lf a A' (Mfnee vs-ten
J. T. DIXOjN"
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
KOOftPOKATCD CBDBB THE ITATS LAW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Bock Islastd, III.
FIto per cont Interval paid on Deposits. Money loaned oa Perse -sal col
lateral ar Real Estate security.
r.I.mTTOHXIPrari. T C DI5U1S5, Vice Prert. J u BCPORD. CasbKt
P. L. MileJWIL P. C. .kJ"tat. atttraell. B. P. BbU. L. Sl.
M. w Bnret. I. m. Buford, Aoan Vo.k.
dafksoa A Bcar. aoliaitoni.
Bsgsa bnataeas nly a,lsML sad eosapy tbe eoiUeast comer of BttrbeL Lyrde'e rew sr.'
SEIVERS fc ANDERSON
CONT15lC rORS and BUILDF.HS
All kind, of earpent.
OfGce and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. KO: 2S21 SLXTU AVEXCE,
Shop n Yin 8tTvt. DOCK 187.AND.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, XZolly IIom XXotaM.
RtKidenca. 410 BeTtmth a tree t.
Dr. PccIpg Pennyroyal Pills
Tbey are arsaapt. mr-4 esrtala la raaaH. The nendo ( l. eeer 4lar.
aaumt. anwaera, UMi. A 4 an faat Msnawa. lax. Cleveland. QL
For sale by T. U. Thomas, Druggi.t. sole agent, Kock Island. EL
City Bus and Express Line.
For Baa or Express Line telephone 1141, and yon will receive
TmCSSLASS ft EPCXCE3, Pro
LATEST XOVELTIF IS
DICE HfiW fJUL SQGS!
CAB SB atftaT AT
k. p. non.
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND ATS
Harper Honso Block
1706 Second Avenue.
iieasraJ yotihtee done en abort tmur
aud ea'defauiun guuatiuoa
KOC K ISLAND
i need a reliable, aaeetatv, tenlatia BsedleJae. Only harmlesj kwl
tlMpateatdro(sshewideeaaa. if ye. east tbe ta, eet