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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894.
rabliab. IMly and Wert'y at IBM second
iniM, aock taM HI.
J. W. POTTIW,
TKRM-lH!!r. m a-nta par wwa. Waakly,
It.nO par ancsm; la advaaec II 80.
All cotnaianlcatlom of a critical or arruneata
V.x cttaractrr, political or rcngioQ, -aaa hai
real aaaM attach for pablioatioa. Mo inch
a-ttr lea win 1m printed cypt flctlt'otm ilenatTir-a.
mrraapoiHlniOT aollcited from tiT lowMbtp
I Rock IrlanJ Minty.
For SrnatAf FiuKKim Vkrm.au
For Sat of hchnola Hcxkt Raab
For Traaaarer Britx.an J. CL.aorrr
Tre-t-i-if thcTni. ( r Jri.i M.ini.
-T-ltjr Of llll. TTla C. CtKXDCXllI,
Bui ( CaI VIK L. PLEAa.lJiTa.
For Member ofConsTc- Joak X. Ot-n
For Mem. of boa. A'rcah!y....J. II. MtruuaAK
For Count? Juds
Fur Coantjr Clrk Cmni as Waidsakx
Farther It Utun w. Kauri
For Trewur. r... Crfcx W. Ooaixis
Foraupt of School C uaklc B. KaBvbau.
Mondat, SF.rTF.'MCER 17, 1894.
t iiicaoo IIckalik Shclly M. Cul
loni U ilihjN4cvl to lelicve that if the
republicans curry the country it Xo
Tfinlor thry will not seriously inter,
for with the lowered tarid law. The
people will take -nod care that thoy
hall Dot cot the rhanre.
The largest Mlilo in the world is
to b. (ouml in .tome. U ia written in
Ih-hrcw and wciphs 82D pounds. It
is as tuurh as three men can do to
carry it. In the year 1612 a syndi
cate of Venetian Jews olTi-red Pope
Julius II the weight of the bible in
gold, bnt hi holiness declined to
Imrf t. S t I i it At Ida r.f r t ratlin
of cold the bible would be worth
GovtUNOii Altc.f.i.p is in New York
to consult an eminetit specialist
ftlout his health, which, his frient's
have ktn.wn fnr some time, has been
prrcarion. The governor is threat
ened ith locomotor ataxia. He has
been fighting the dieac manfully
and hopes to conquer it. The people
of Illinois will sincerely and heartily
unite in the wiih that the f-oremor's
restoration to health may be speedy,
complete and permanent"
INCOME AND OUTGO.
Uncle Sam's Just Now Do Not
OVERPLUS IS OH THE OUTGO SIDE.
The rMlng of Mr. Hrecklnrlitcc
Close as the results are. the demo
crats of the Ashland congressional
district in Kentucky apx-ar to have
succeeded after a strule in vindi
eating the honor of the district by
retiring Col. W. C P. lireckicridpe
from public life, in chosiny V. C.
Owens as his successor, in the pre
liminary contest. In this outcome
of the strife the democracy of the
Ashland district is to be congratu
lated: First, in that it has shown its
jKwtr to overcome all the strength
that a man of Mr. Breckinridge's
strength and ability and political
advantage could throw into a struggle
in a contention in which morality
was the aim of the opposition to the
sitting member, and secondly in that
the pnrty has strengthened its stand
ard Wfore the people. The democ
racy has resented Mr. Breckinridge's
impure life and outrageous conduct
no more than his hypocritical life.
It has shown its contempt for men of
the Breckinridge type, who on every
and all occasions parade piety and
virtue as the cloak for the wor-t of
crimes against religion and morality.
Another happy outcome of the pri
maries in this instance is the dem
onstration of the potent influence of
women in the home. While some of
the most energetic of the gentler sex
carried their rightful opposition to
Breckinridge beyond the bounds of
good taste, the power of woman in the
Ashland district, where it counted
was wielded in her own domain the
home, where her influence ie more
properly given sway than in the tur
moil ami corruption of the polls.
Woman has conquered in Kentucky
in her rightful and legal sphere.
TbtM Hard Times.
Benjamin Harrison in his message
to congress, Dec. 1, 1890, said:
'These promising influences have
liecn in some degree checked by the
uprising and very unfavorable mon
etary events which have recently
taken place in England.
The return of our bonds and stocks
was caused by a tuouey stringency in
Kngland. mt'by any loss of value or
credit in the securities themselves.
We conld not. however, wholly es
cape the ill effects of foreign mone
tary agitation accompanied by such
extraordinary incidents as character
ised this. It is not ltelieved, how
ever, that these evil incidents, which
have for the time unfavorably af
fected values in this country, can
long withstand the strong, safe and
wholesome influences which are oper
ating to give our people profitable
returns in all branches of legitimate
trade and industry.'
So the panic really began in 1X!)0,
and it was in full blast in Kngluud
before it came to America. It had
its birth while President Harrison
was midway of his term of office.
What will republican trickster or
gans say to this denial by their own
chief that these are ''democratic
bird times?' Really and truly
whose hard time are they, anyway?
Of course the truth ia tbat a panic
comes at almost regular epochs, like
locusts, no matter what party is in
Falling OAT ia Receipt of Internal Reveaaa
and the Cause Thereof A Gap Between
the Estimated Income and Ontjro of
About 10,000,000 Looked for Cntll
Keit -Janaarjr, Leaving Oat of Account
an Important Element.
WAsnixoTOJt, &pt. 17. The ipvennrs
of the government hnre fallen eft almost
tlS.OOO.OJO i round figures for the first
fourteen days of this month compared
with the last half of August. The receipts
from customs for the first fourteen days
of this month amounted to (0,237,000,
against fri.T30,0(X) for the last half of
Ani-nst, while the receipts from internal
revenue were but f2,292,000, against $29,
C34.WI for the hitter ; half of August.
The los is due to the enormous sums
paid on whisky withdrawn just before the
new tariff act, iucrcasiag the tax from 93
cents to $1.1(1 per gallon went in effect
Aug. ). The receipts from internal rev
enues for the first fourteen days of the
month dwindled to $2,972,000, about
fl,500,0(X below the normal and were not
counterbalanced by the increase in the
receipts from customs due to lieavy im
portations under the reduced rates im
mediately following the enactment of
the new law.
Tax oa ltccr and Tobarcs.
The rastoms receipts increased about
f.0uj,00u The receipts from the internal
revrnue are now confined almost entirely
to the tax paid on beer, cigars, cigarette
and tobacco, and average about i2.V),000
per day. For July and August, while
so much whisky was beinir withdrawn,
the receipts averaged over 1,000, 003 daily.
The normal withdrawal of alcoholic
spirits (bath for the art and potable
fpir:t) amounts to about ts.S'Ki.OlK'gallous
per mouth and the treasury department
estimates that about fonr months' supply,
iu addition to I hat for current use, was
withdrawn during July and August. It
1 not expected that the receipts from tax
on alcoholic spirits will again reach
normal before Jan. 1, WO. This will
have the effect, it Is believed, of keepiug
the receipts of the treasury down to about
S.2,(KO,IOO per month until Jan. 1, ttie
normal receipts averaging about $32,000,
CKJ. This estimate, it should bs stated
leaves-oat of account any large increase in
importations a-ising from the operations
ol the new tarili law.
Lstimatea fur the Next Four Months.
The expenditures have averaged about
f.H. VW.UIU, but without sugar bounty, now
a thtug uf the pst, thry will be reduced
to about S3l,0ou,0u0. For the next four
months it is estimated that the receipts
will be about fnoo.ooj and the expendi
tures about $124 OJO ouO. Jan. 1. however.
the collection of the income tax for the
last six months of the current year wi!l
take place, and this will swell the receipts
to about $K,ui01(iOO, so that at the begin
ning ot the next current year the treasury
(wi.eu the receipts will resume their nor
mal Ilium-) wuul.l leave oa the wroug
sida of the ledger about t:i .000.000 on
the first hulf of the present fiscal year.
Thore is to bp deducted from this, how
ever, $7.W0 01 which the treasury gained
during Juiy and August, leaving a net
loss to the treasury (or the first half of
the fiscal year of about 17,000,000.
HOSTS OF OOD FELLOWS.
Chattanooga Filling p with Members of
the Snverrlcu Orand Lodce.
CnATTAXiHKiA, Tcuu., Sept. 17. -Several
hundred delegates to the seventieth An
nual convention of the sovereign grand
lodge, L O. O. F., have arrived during the
last twenty-hour hours. C. T. Campbell,
praud sire of the sovereign grand lodge,
reached here from Canada and was joined
by the subordinate officers of the grand
lodge. '1 he city is gayly decorated in
honor of the event.
lhe icunessec commit tea of arrange
ments, comprising lieumniin Bingham
Memphis; W. E. Hurry. J. U. Harwell,
J. L. YV cakiev and John 1. Xulen nt
XaahviMe; L W. Holt of Dayton, George
S. Uutliriu ol Uallutiu, James G. Aydclott
ot luilaliomti, and II. tx-hwartz, A. C.
DuCosia and F. S. Strong of Chattauooga
opened headqunrtcrs. W. W. Candu,
commander in-chief of the Patriarchs
Militant, and General W. S. Frost of
Baltimore, chief of staff, have also opened
headquarters for the patriarchs.
To iftap!ied the ISank Fundi.
IlAKKibliuiiO. S-.-pt. 17. Charged with
misapplying &0,00 of fuuds of the Mid
dle town National bank of Middletown
which failed tost week, Charles P. Hay
mond and his brother, Edward Raymond.
the cashier, were arrested by Deputy
Marshal Auderaou. Examination showed
that a large amount of funds had been
misapplied by the officials of the bank.
The bankers furnished $20,000 bail each
for hearing. The ltaymonds have been
prominently identified with the interests
of Middle town for years and their arrest
has caused great excitement in this sec
tion. They are proprietors of the Raymond
& Cambell stove works and own consider
able real estate in Middle town.
W ill Not tiring Suit.
Johnbtowj;, Pa., Sept. 17. After the
great A.kkI a fund of 1,500 was raised by
business men hero to pay for the prelim'
luaries toward Instituting a suit for
damages against the South Fork Fishing
club on account of the flood. A fee ot
$1,000 was paid to lawyers for an opinion,
which was not favorable, and at final
meeting the idea to bring suit was wholly
abandoned and the remainder of the fund
turned over to the hospital. This will
eud any further thought of claims for
damages. A number of Individuals who
bad thought of bringing suit will now
give It up.
Whn lovelf women oework?,
Ann finds too law her uedth elves wi.
Whnt charm ran soothe her melancholy?
Wbat art can take the pain away t
One of the saddest case a phjaician meets is
that of some eweet, modest woman, who, in striv
ing to make her hone life happy, hw overtaxed
her delicate constitution until her health is so
completely broken down that her every moment
is m nerr. Natural feelings of del cacy prompt
her to defer consalllcgs physician until the most
eilons resells have ensued. Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Proscriptioa removes the necessity of any
-nuuBrrBH-HiiK, raui-iMviiiiiu vtm a pnysiciao. nr.
Fierce has devoted a Ion 2 active life to ihe rlrm-
et node of woman's dieeasee, and no specialist
in the world la be tier fitted to pre-crlbe than he.
Complete nirecuons are given with each bottle.
For periodical bains, bear in? down penxatinn..
nervous debility and all uterine disordets, "Fa-
vorue nesciipuon w a sore cars.
A a conolnsion of a bitter exchange el
newspaper personalities at Gatesville,
Tex., J. L. Goodman.of the People's voice,
and D. C. Armstrong, ot The Star, both
weekly papers, met in the street and had
a "gun play" resulting in the death of
both and fatal wounding of a bystander
named J. J. TJeeman.
The world a amateur 50-mile ' bicycle
record has been broken by the English
amateur Green. He did it in 1 hour, 5
minutes and 43 4 5 seconds.
At Kewanee, Ills., Mrs. Friedland kiudled
a fire with kerosene that burned the
house she lived, two children of S and f)
years respectively to death, and herself
Peter Jackson, the colore! pugilist, has
sailed for St. Thomas on board the steam
ship Caribee. He goes there to visit his
To celebrate the anniversary of the
opening ot the Cherokee strip a similar
rsce was held as the settlers made a year
ago. Fonr thousand took part, the prize
being a lot valued at $2,000. A Cheyenne
Indian and a cowboy reached the lot sim
ultaneously and will ride tha four mile
E. Cooper, a wealthy farmer, was shot
from ambush while returning home from
Tuscaloosa, Ala., at niht and instantly
killed. Cooper bad sold a lanre amount
of cotton and he was murdered for his
Rev. Herbert Gushing Tolman, recently
assistant professor of Sanskrit in the Uni
versity of Wisconsin and a prominent
Congregational clergyman, will euter the
L. V. Rodgers, secretary of the A. R.
U. at Chicago, has lieeu nominated for
congress by the Populists of the Sixth
A Democratic county convention held
at Youngstown, O.. severely condemned
senator brice for his course on the tariff.
Mrs. D. A. Rogers, of Murpbysboro,
Ills., the Fister of General Johu A. Logan,
who attempted suicide by taking mor-
Dhlue. is lenil.
Iliidy's Pile Suppository is jruaran
tccd to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter, l'a. J-or sale by 1. 11. I nomas
ami llartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
Rock Island, 111.
Children Cry for
Arc you. can't sleep, can't eat, tired,
thirsty i Blood poor i
It's a tonic you want
This sparkling, exhilarating, and re
freshing drink, white being tar more
agreeable in bouquet and flavor than
the finest wine or champagne, is at
the same time unlike them, being free
from alcohol. v .
A temperance drink for temperance
pcople.dcliciousand wholesome as well.
Purifies the blood, tickles the palate.
Package makes five gallons.
Ask your storekeeper for it.
Take no substitutes.
Seurl a-eenf sf amp fo Chma. C Hires
Co., Philadelphia, tor bcautlfoJ pic
lore car da.
3 New Organs, worth $85 61
1 "135 fJ5
1 " 115 78
1 2d-hand Organ 50 25
2 2d-hand " 35 ?0
1 2d-hand Piano ' 75. 40
1 2d-hand 125 75
One Fine Organ, almost new, worth
100, at f70.
One Good 7-octave square piano,
One Good Organ if taken at once,
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And a complete line of
raixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
By virtue of a special execution and foe bill
No. Cvm mailed out of the c.erk's office of the cir
cuit coort of hoc. leland county, and rtt of Illi
nois, ei'd to me ftraeted, wnrrvby I am con
m.iidcd to make the amount of a certain vidi
an nt recently obtained (gnmst Macmw Lamm
and Christine Lanon. ie favor of Andrew P. jjnd
quist. out of the lands, tenements eood- and
cbiutel- of tbe aald defendants. Mamas Lamon
and Christine Larson. I have levS d upon the fol
lowing broken, o-wit: Iheeast hair (4)of
outloi five (r), to A'day's secone addltiou to
Kaxt It'H k I.land. in tbe coy of atolioe, eoantr
of K'tck Island and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, I shall
cx-ra-e for rale at public auction all 'he right,
tiueat.d interest of the above named Mstruui
Larson and Christine Larsra in and to the above
do-orihed property, on Hondir, the 1-t day of
October. IsM at 10 o'clock a . n., at tbe noth
door of tbe court houee in tbe city of Bock Isl
and, in the coun'y (f nock Island and state of
Illinois, for cash in hand, to saiisfv said execution
a-dfeeblll. C. 1. GORDON,
Hberlff of Rock Island Couitv, Illinois .
Dated at Koos Islaud this 8th da; of bepura-
er, A. 1. lbM.
A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN.
A Pago From Her History.
The Import-ant experiences of other are
Inten-stiuK. Tne follow! nit is no exiot .ion:
"I had Ikh-ii troubled with heart diseu.so 'ZS
ynrs, laurh of tiiat tlrt very seriously. IYr
live yesrs J. was treated by Oi'e fhysiciiincon
t:r.uouly. 1 r:ut in business, but obliged to
fUro on ne.-oiMit of my health. . A t.iiy-eL-I.hm
IdM mv friends that I could not live a
rttObth. Myfeetr.ud limbs ero budiy rvol
len, and I was Indeed u serlou I condition
when a Reniicrniia directed rr.y atfemiim to
Ir. Mij;' Now lleari.tiirx, and :iid that hU
sister, who had liten af.iictcd with heart di-
euss h-il !e-n cured by the remedy, und was
a train a st ronir, heal : liy w oainn. l'ii:irLiM.-d
ttlslt!ecf iho Heart Core, end In ler t than
an hour after t.ikln? tlio ti-st, rioso I could
fr-el u "i"ci(iod ttni;ravenient ia the circulation
of my b"c; d. When I had tc!.'4-n three s I
ciuld t-io-.e my ankles, sa;eih!ii! 1 had not
6 juo f i niotittis.and c:y limits hud been s-rol-len
soionj. tint il-ey seiuied ahno-t (nitrified,
fci fore I nad tken one boulo of the New
Uea.-Cure tlie sellin;t Ls l ull pono iosn,
aad I rw much heitcr t!::.t I did nty own
o: t tin my rL-csmoJCiidation sit others nra
trikin; tliis valuable remedy." atrj. ilonrun.
6W W. Ilnrrtsnu Sf-.t'hlcaso, 111.
Dr. M:i-' Nev lieart um, adisrorcryrf an
emipent sjieclalitt in hesrt t:iseaM-. issoi.l hy
all ilrui--e:stM mi a isiiiv piiriniuti'O.or seiit
by the Or. Wiies Sledionl Oo.,KIkhart, lnd., on
rfeipt of yriee. Jl pir l ottle, six butties for
Sj, express pn-iiaid. It Is positive. tree from
aU opiates or UaugcroUA urugs.
Fainlesslj, Posltivoly, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Oreration ordeten
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So pav fir tnatroetit until ear'd. Disraaas of
R-tour. Ch-oolccvn-tipation, stricture, Fiseures
Prurius or itching plies permnnentlr cured.
Fistula enrc3 without tfce nse nf kr.ife.
1'ile rv-avcd without pain ut U
Medical and Surgical l-istiiiite
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Drs. Anderson and Rose are mdnaice of the
lesdins ruedical colleffee of this country, and
ttn SO years' experience In tha treatment of
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LADIES A FFLIOTED Ppecial attention ?vert
to nil dissaws ecul:ar to women. Jtvery facility
and advantage for tbe treatment and Bpeedy re
Djoval of this class of diseases.
Electricity Its Scientifio Applica
tion. Facial blcml-hea, as moles, eepcrfluo-ia hair
wine marts, tumors, wens, etc, removed by elec
BLOOD AND PKIN DISEASES.
AU trouble aris:ng fn)'m impure blood, scrof
ula, eczeoia, tetter, tumor, nicer, etc.
Can be consulted conflaentlv by letter or other
wife. Send 4 cents for question blank. Address
L'RS. AXDSKsOa A KOai, by an block, Daven
Washes Ivarytblig Fr:n a Fine
SDt nandkerchief toa Clrcna Tent.
Lace Csrtvi--Ba Sceclalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. II. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
(BuccaMor to H. WaWDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Kightectii titit.
atFit and Workmanship Guar
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CirXaiLicg aad Epalxiiig Done.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PHICAOO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Rallwsv Dcnnf eorrer "fifth avenue and
Thirty-flrst reet, Frank IL riamraer, AenL.
Denver Limf ed AOmiha..
Pi. Worth, Denver E.C..
K. C. St. Joe Minneapolis
Omaha A Dm Moines
tttmnha KuBsas City
Omaha A Dos Moinea Ex...
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St. raul tt Minneapol'S
St. rul A Minneapolis
Hu Joseph. Alrbison A K. C.
ir, rx. worm a a. c.
tKansas City A Ht. Jawph.
J Knee Island A Washlnyton
tt'hlcaa-o a Dee atolnea
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t 5:15 am
t 5:15 am
til 11 put
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Arrival. Depart nr. tr-lly,except8unday.
All others dally. Tclepho-14
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BCRLINOTOtl ROUTS C.. P.. Q. RA1L
way Dep.t First avenue and bixteenth
street. M. J. ounc, agent.
St. Louis Express
St. Louis Express..
St. Paul Passenger
Bear ii town l'ssrcnifer...
Sterling Passenger.. .....
3 tin pm
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Chicago, Milwaukee st. pacl
Hallway Racine A Southwestern Division
Depot TwenUeta street, between First a&d
Becond avenota, E. D. W. Holmes, Agent,
Mad and Fxprese...
Dock Island Peouia Railwat
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
F. A. Kockwell, Agent.
Fast MaU Express
t able Aecommodatlen .
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ort-hem Kailway. denct f sH of Rrad
street, Davenport. J as. Morion, Ucn. Tfc't 41
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We Mlx-rty Train
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b3:4H pm bll:-4Sain
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a Daily. bTlaily except Snndav. tGoinp north.
tQoinc South and east. No. 18 nuu between
Cedar itupide and Wc-t Libe.ty.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Ao.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from the above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria Jc
St. Louis Hy. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. 8:05 am 2:20 pm
Ar Peoria 11:20am 5:40 pm
Lv Peoria 11:55 am 7:45 p m
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 pm 12:45 am
Ar St. Louis. .. . 7:10 pm 7:00 am
Lv St. Louis. .. . 7:45 am 8:15 pm
Lv Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 am
Ar Peoria 3:05 pm 6:50 am
Lv Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 am
Ar Rock Island. 7:50 pm 11:15 am
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island. 111.
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And Winter Suits.
Our purpose in advertisincr is to let evervK.
who buys clothing that is all mankind ttrtl
about know that our suitings are in, and lit
aC 1 mm m .
unesi ever aispiayed in the city. You artl
respectfully invited to call and see the latiSl
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. b. a
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. M. SCHAAB,
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
j Fall Styles 1894 Sailor Hals j
Victoria,, Sailor, in lieaver and silk crown, in m Lit-.
black, navy and blown; our price f
Newport" Sailor, in satin crown, ia all the i.-a.lii.-
shades; our price
Knox" Sailor, in satin crowa, in ail the "lead. nil tbai :
"Iiaigy" Sailor, in cashmere, is all the lVadinff 'shad.;
Harmarkof' Walking llati in 'satin "crown; t.'ur pri t . '
"Iondon'MValkinj- Hat, in felt and satin crown; our
romenade" Walkine Hat. in all shade.' in" fur fh.
All the latest nov
elties in Cloth Capes
and Silk Hoods.
Our early importa
tion of Pattern Hats
are arriving daily.
IUW. tesond Street. DAVEIPi.aT.IOWl.