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VOL. XLin. HO 32
On,- Between United States
an J Japan Proposed.
IMPORTANT TO MIKADO.
Reavni'"cs His as a Civilized
a-.v '.11-. tr
vsliam winciuiiy oigns n
READY FOR APPROVAL.
China Seeks Another Big
Other Foreign and General
W a-iiini.ton. Nor. 28. Secretary
(Ir.hiini. on N'hnlf ct the United
'arr-. mi ! Minister Kurino, in bc-
,f .iMTinn. nllixeil thnir Ki"Tt!itriri
; a m u treaty of amity and
.vmmi'rci' today, and it only awaits
.tie rM.tii'ntion by the two fjovern
:::ent. Tn Japan it is of supreme
T:'"rta:ie a it considers a new
.tV ft treaties with western pow
fu'.lv r.M important as its
. with China, t-ince they jive
I'umiry full recognition by
:iie e ilized "world as one of tho fully
(vilied nations. As evidence of
t;.i. when Japan's minister to (Jreat
;r:!:i;n tvi'titly conelnded a similar
rrf nty wirh that country, he was dee
rir. ,: with the highest orders of the
::.;ri' and raNed to the nobility.
Amitlirr ffr I. nun.
Y'h 'iuM. Nov. 2.1. The min
. -ut nf finance announced another
ivvr lnan of AO.Ooo.Oi).) yen. The
::t.ri army. under Count Mji
i.in. i aboard the transports
::li liotination unknown, but it is
run:-T "J M is intended to ojerate in
iT;-!-.-Ki:in? districts of China.
T:i Var-te-Kianj river jienetrates
a'! the itntral provinces of China.
Nai.Un. the southern capital of
t him. ntie of the most important
iii the empire, is only !0 miles
ti: the nn ui th, and is exposed to
Mtirr Chinese Itvrliarlty.
11;i:imima. Nov. 2.'J. A steamer
!tu M ji reports no assault made
i P-rt Arthur up to Nov. 19. Two
i: tiTtirriurs and one war corrcspond
f.t. tin were following the second
,Ii:m!h"M' army, were captured and
i..:.i".l Lv the Chinese.
rrrttlmt 4,lrl In Town
ha- been iis'iny Parks' Tea and she
i: -My complexion is very much
ii;i-nre.l. That muddy look is all
.'"lie. I take a cup of Parks' Tea
;: nights a week and I feel just
:-:ini." Sold by llartz & L'lle
Liivir. Wlntrr Touni
! l ! rii!a. Texas, California or the
!'- "'.iii- m.rthwe.st via the -Itock Isl
i'l K.iiite."' cjuickest time, lowest
ri'" ami best train service. Applv
any C. K. I. & P. railway ticket
r i t full information.
Shadowed by a Detective
- ' v nan is one of the mysterious and
Hug characters ia our new De--
iv. iitury.bv Fergus Hume
j1' y u arc interested in tmravcling myv
u"f its you should follow the tortuous for
t-s of the hero of this story.
c shall print it in Serial form.
.Eft-j ; lSl ;jl I
REPoar of treasurer morgan.
M.owln,, th. vin,re,, c.t,n ofth
n duae So Unt.
wamiishton. Nov. a-The tnmm
lion of the treasury. The net ordinary
venue for the fiscal v,.,.- ...,., t..- J
, '" "8 compared with the year
fore Tho net ordinary expenditure
ire .lti..525.2T. n .- .., .
Including the public debt the total re-
-r- u an accounts were 724,006,5:f
and the expenditures 8,J8,552. At the
close of business on June 30, 1S93, there
stood on the Ixm.I; ,.f .1 . .
t-." t0 the trel,s"ir a balance Tof
Some Additional Liabilities.
Adding to this tho Tp.h,t n -.-
counts Kives l,a,S74,n!, as total to bo
accounted for, and dodnetinK the cxpon-aitun-s
leaves a lNdanw of T3,aB,S40 on
Sune30, 1S1. In lul.littnn .,ti..
nnces, however, there were other liabili
ities, arising from the postal revenues.
....... uisnursing omcers, and from other
sources, w hieh brono-lit-. t.l, -rn
Otl.Jt08 at the fvirmer dnte, and toS04,-
'7'""" tnc latter. After setting aside
tho amounts treated as unavailable, the
:im;ipai 01 which are the deposits made
rith tlie state under the law of lw. there
nmincd tlm sum ,f mn vn 1;-.-. ;.. in
and the stim of $77r,S10,i-.fl in 1894, n-pre-siMitl
by live assets In tho several offices
of tho treasury and mint together with
deposits in national banks.
itemarks on the Oold Reserve.
The tUPHSIimr rilnnrl-a fK.,t t.n
- ...... no v.a.iL 111,, J..lJtll
ment of the cold
sary the issue of Ix.n.ls in Kebruarv, was
..BI1..ul ..1.1. . I , ... .
. . .... mi oy ino uepicrion ot the
treasury resulting from insufficient nve
nues. Kven when the supply of pnperhad
Ixvome so ri'dmiNl thut 1 1... f.,,,..
obliged to pay out large sums of gold In
!.. .. 1 2 i; .
-iiv- uiunmrv (usocrM'incnts tno coin Wiia
f PlH'l V Fi'llirnfMl in 1 1 1 it ...nn., MM...
11 m ii 7. a iixr ii r-
cccdsofthis loan Were J-V.tio,O0O in gold
coin aim cert uicatcs. but ihivinir t.hn
month i,f Vf.l.r.,..m tii.mi 1
i..,v .i. i ivj ii-umu.'u
flO.iSM.OliO of mites in gold, presumaaly to
nuiwnpiions to mo loan, so that tho
..: n".n i.nn-m-us were uooui .'.,, 'iu,U(ii!.
uc.iru oy itinrrcat lievenue AKKin.
This. t..L'(t.hoP U'tth n .... ; n ..f 1 A w".
. - -.v-...... u .(.11. .14
in gold from ordinary sources, brouglit np
in,.-n-Ti u. uunng me monin, iroiu ro,
UJ,oiki to $lui,5U0,(KM, while tho net assets
of the treasury, with an excess of i7,0U0,oli0
of expenditun-s over n-eipts for the
mouth Increased from f lAYUKUKK) to $177.-
IKW.Oiio. Durinir the auceeedinir months.
till tliu end f.f lhn flrct. u.M.L- in &nnnt
the reserve was affectl by deficient reve
nues anil witnurawuis ol gout for export.
The lowest, in.ii.f t..i...).n-l In- tl... w.M-n
was fc!.l&l,;uu on Aug. 7, 1MS4.
The Hot Vt'uti-r f.avc Out.
PAW Paw, Mich., Nov. S3. Highway
Commission Hinckley with a gang of men
went to Mrs. Mary K. Jones farm to re
move a fenno which sto.td in the way of
road improvement. Hie chased Hinckley
nway wit li a bucketful of hot water, and
he went for u deputy sheriff. She threw
vitriol at the pair and held them at bay
with a shotgun until tho shcritl made a
Hank movement "and disarmed her. Then
she tried more hot water, uud might have
won if her suniilv had held out. Hiucklcv
and his men liiiully won.
Chicago Horse Show.
Chicago, Nov. 23. The programme for
the horse show last night included a fine
musical entertainment, ami began with a
grand entree by the Chicago Hussars, who
were presented with medals by the mayor
for their services during the great strike.
Then there were displays of French conch
horses, single driving, tent pegging and
ring tilting (by the Hussars), tandem
driving (geutleuien), jumping by quali
fied or green hunters, and exhibitions of
high jumping by Filcmukcr and Jupiter.
Coal Oil Magnates Not Worried.
Xew Youk, Nov. Regarding tho
indictment of Flagler, Rockefeller and
others by the grand jury of McLennan
county, Tex., S. C. T. Todd, attorney for
tlie Standard Oil company, smd to a news
paier reporter: "Tlie same thiug has
been done before and thb indictment was
dismissed, as it undoubtedly will be in
this case. The Standard Oil company
does not do business in Texas anyway,
but sells to St. Louis parties who supply
the trade in the southwest."
The Farce of the Hill Cook Gang.
Muskogee, I. T., Nov. 23 Half a dozen
members of tho Cook gang were recog
nized 011 tne streets oy citizens 01 tue
town. The news was quickly communi
cated nuii the towu wus in tho wildest
uproar. Citizens came from every part
of tho town urmcd with Winchesters,
shot guns and revolvers. But that is all
that came of it. The outlaws mude them
selves scurce and no harm came to them.
Thn-ateued With I nmui te.
MoSTUI'AL, Que., Nov. 23. Many French
Canadian Komun Catholics object to the
erection of a monument to Dr. Cluinior,
who was a roliel leader in tlie insurrec
tion of 1s:j7, because he died outside the
,.!.. ..f tin- church. One of these is Re
corder D.t Motitigny, and he has received
two letters threatening lum with dyna
mite if he do?s not censo his opposition.
Turkey Conllncate Newspapers.
Constantinople, Nov. 23. Most of the
English, French. Russian and Greek
newspapers published between Nov. 14
and 1H, and also all the Berlin newspapers
of Nov. 18. have been stopped at the Turk
ish frontier nnd confiscated by the gov
ernment, as they contained references to
the Armeni on nmssacrce.
Mate lirparlment Notified.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 Tho department
of state has received the official notice
from Minister Rieley from Copenhagen of
tho promulgation of tho decrooe abso
lutely prohibiting the importation into
Denmark of American cattle and dressed
Victims of jimtMol foll es Mill fins from nerv
ous debility, lack of elf confidence, impaired
memoir, nd kindred ymtom, should tend 10
cents In stamps for lur.e illustrated trcitiM. giv
ing mean of certain cure, with nnmerons testi
tonUI sent In a plain sealed envelope. Ad
dref. World s Diapenwry Medical Aetoeiatioe,
603 Main street, Buffalo, N. T.
Murderously Attacked by a Man
in a Mask.
MICHIGAN FAEMEK FATALLY HTTET
By a Kapposed Relative Who Wanted to
Oet Even for Something Ueaperate
l ight Mads by the Victim's Stutert Who
Is Alao Wounded Train Robber Crowe
Canght at tit. Jo, Mo. Chicago Klectlon
Thugs Indicted Crimioat Notes.
Battle Creek, Jfich , Nov. 23. An
unknown masked man shot and fatally
wounded AVilliam Wickwire, a farmer
living near Climax, and also shot and
slightly wounded Miss Wickwire, a sister
of the farmer. At 7 o'clock in theevening
a man knocked at the door of Wickwire's
farmhouse, three miles south of Climax.
An adopted son answered tho knock, and
the man, whose clothes were concealed by
a long rublwr eont and his features by a
pillowcase, entered and nsked for the man
of tho house. He passed by the lad into
the sitting room, where Wickwire's sister
was sitting. Hie noticed that ho was
masked and carried a revolver,' and she
jumped up and grabbed the weapon. At
this he pulled the trigger, the ball strik
ing her in the side of the neck, making a
alight flesh wound.- He lired again, but
this time the shot missed its mark.
Itullet raK-d Through His Head.
Wickwire, who was in the parlor ad
joining, rushed out and grablxxl tho
man. The murderer turned on him and
tired one shot, the ball striking him in
the mouth and passing directly through
his head. The second ball glanced around
his eye, a third struck him in the stomach,
and a fourth missed him. Mrs. Wickwire
ran out of the parlor and endeavored to
tear the mask off the murderer's face.
He fought her desperately, however, and
tried to back out of the room. Just as
he was leaving Wickwire, who hod partly
recovered consciousness, raised a chair
and struck him over the head. The blow
stunned him nnd he half d"opped to the
floor, but rallied and ran from tho place.
Wickwire is fatally injund. His sister's
wound is not fatal. It is alleged that a
relative and neighbor is suspecU-d of tho
crime, and that it was committed for re
venge. TRAIN ROBBER CAUGHT.
Iat Crowe 1 oun.l in the Workhouse at
ST. JosEril, Mo., Nov. 23. Pat Crowe,
one of tho train robbers who operated in
this vicinity last spring, arrived from
Milwaukee, where he was found in the
workhouse serving a ninety-day scntenco
for vagrancy. Crowe has confessed, and
other members of the gang are known to
the ofiiccrs, who expttct to soon have thcin
The night of May 10 the Kansas City,
St. Joseph and Council Bluffs train was
held up and rohtied one mile north of the
Francis street depot and the express car
looted of a sum estimated at SaO.uiK). No
definite trace of the robbers was found un
til a week ago, when Captain Frank Mur
ray of the Burlington secret service and
the Pinkertons at Chicago located Crowe,
one of the leaders, in Milwaukee. Crowe
tohhed a jewelry store in Denver a year
ngo of f-J.ratl in diamonds. He also shot
two Chicago policemen in a Clark street
Election Day Thugs Indicted.
Chicago, Nov. '3. Twelve mcmliers of
the '"Market street gang" have been in
dicted by the grand jury' for assaulting
citizens at the polls on election day. Tho
charge iu the indictment is assault with
intent to kill and the indicted persons arc:
John, alias Major Sampson; John Santry,
Thomas, alias Kid Murphy; William, alias
Clabby Burns; Tony Lynch, John 31c
Cagney, Barney Birch, John Bingham,
William Moflitt, Mathew Kilcy, Philip
Trimble, Charles Tiudall, George Mc
Shot Himself on His Wife'a Crave.
PlTTSBVItti, Nov. 23. Conrad Speuger,
a stone contractor, aged 5:, committed su
icide by shooting himself through tho
bruin on his wife's grave in the Home
wood cemetery. He died in the police
station two hours later. On Nov. t) his
wife took a dose of rough on rats and died
the following morning. Domestic trouble
was assigned ns tho cause. Since her
suicide the husband has been very de
spondent. Prominent Minister S tndbagged.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 23. About 7
o'clock at night, on West Side avenue, a
thickly settled street, three negro foot
pads attacked Dr. L J. Vaunoss, a promi
nent Baptist minister of this city, and in
flicted serious iniurios with sandbags.
Physicians fear his injuries may prove
fatal. About the time of the attack a
street car came along and the footpads
0ed without robbing their victim.
Itig Men Indicted.
Waco, Tex., Nov. 23. The grand jury
of McLcnnon county, at tho instance of
the attorney general (Governor-Klect Cul
berson), bus indicted John D. Kix-kcfcller,
Henry M. Flagler, William Rockefeller,
and others for entering into a conspiracy
to control the coal oil market. Governor
Hogg bus Indicated his purpose to issue
requsition papers on the governor of New
York for tlie parties. '
tiiven a Life Sentence.
STANTON, Ky., Nov. 23. Goodloo
Cooms, charged as accessory to the mur
der of Jo4iu A. Rose, in Powell county,
five years ago, ha. been sentenced to the
penitentiary for life. Seven of tho jury
were for banging Coombs. Three other
men who were implicated in the murder
received life sentences.
Arrested for Grave Robbery.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 23. Cottner uni
versity's dean and six students were ar
rested for grave robbing. Dean Alexan
der was just preparing to Illustrate dis
section on the cavadcr when the arrests
were made The body was that of Otto
Chancellor Allison's Murderer Dead.
Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 23. George K.
Whitworth, who shot uud killed Chan
cellor Andrew Allison iu this citr a
ROCS ISLAUD, ILL., FBI DAT, NOVEMBER 23. 1C34
week' ago, and then - shot and Wounaed
himself, is dead.
Murder Over the Late Election.
Kiiankltv, La., Nov. 23 Materan
Lcnon, a cooper, was shot and killed by
W. R. Roberts, editor of the Patterson
Optic. The trouble rose over the late
htatne of Pern Marquette.
Washington-, NoV. 23. Architect
Chirk, of the Capitol, has just received
from Wisconsin a Jiedcstrian statue of
I'ere .Marquette, whlolt Is to be nluced In
Saturday hall. The privilege of placing a
statue ol tins tamous missionary nnd early
American explorer In tho Capitol was
granted by a joint resolution passed at tho
extra session of congress last fall.
Compliments Them All.
London, Nov. t-3. In a leader on the
speech delivered at Southampton by Am
bassador Bayard, to those who welcomed
him on his return to Kngland, The Daily
News say: "Wo have been simmlurlv
fortunate.in Americau ambassadors Mr.
Bayard is a worthy successor of Lincoln.
Phelps, nnd Lowell."
trwing toee rHt liiiNii nuricd.
NEW VoilK, Nov. 23. A delegation of
California pioneers left tbiscity to be pres
ent at the interment of tiencral John C.
Frecmont's remains in Rockland ceme
tery near Sparkill Station, in Kocklnnd
county, late yesterday afternoon. Kver
since his death the "Pathfinder's" re
mains hint been in a vault.
New York Financial.
Xew York. Nov. S.
Money on call easv at 1 per cMit. lnnTe
mercantile aier -(i 4 per cent Sterling
exciutmru dull, arita- actual bosiue-w in bank
ers' bias at 4;t-sn4 ..r .lemsrid an.1 4ii
ior sixty uavs; pcMed r:a- 47'.l". H, and
tss.,", 4.SM2; cotnmereial l.iiU 4 V, V"
Silver certiltrates H l.iil: uj sales; bar sil
ver, til. Mex.ran dolkj-s 5 Hi.
Cnitcd states i:overiiiiiciil u milh .Vs renular.
117;4 iVs coupon. UT..; 4's tvstnlnr. IU: 4-
r.mjK.ns. 114; rs regular, j bid; l'aeitic ' of
ai, J J1 bid.
Chicago Grain and I'roilaee,
( llii aoo. JCov. 22.
Foil, .wing were th quotations ra tua H.urd
of Traiie ttxlay: Wh.yd -NovemU':-. oi-ned
S3ic, closed MHic; Dwetnb-.T. ofx-m-d i'M'je,
i-lota.'d -Wiic: 3ty, ni-nt-d -V-.-; -kiM.il .V'wi
Corn- November, oix-ncd :. rl.MeJ 4'.4e;
l)eeeiiiler. oix-n.-d 4,.'1Hc: clwl 4sU-: Slav.
O-uo.i 411' ifL-, i-i 4n,c Oata-NoveimWr,
os-tied SSiTK-.i-lo.-vd is. . -; Ik--iiiil t. ojwnej
. eloseii asl4; May. oueuel i.-':-. loaad
t'V. I'ork Novotutier. o-ie-J . elosed
; ,lanua;--. orHin-d l-.;. ejus -d $ I'.urw
Ijird January. o;em-a $7.ti.V cUiwd j.!ii
l"rodu-e: Butter Extra en.Mimrv. iV: ner
11..; extra dairy. 21 o; iw-king M . k. loliiic.
t4-',rs-i-r.h stix-lc. 21c K-r do.. los etf. Live
l'oultry Chu Kens iu-,.f.7u! j,.r lb; turkeys.
JV'Vr; dueks. s-'.-.sUj-; J.,.. -si-. .'.'ll.' 1.01 ,,.-r di.
PotattHfis Iiurlttiiiks, 4.i'!iu l.si -. H.-l,r.,us,
4." 4N-; early mne. V)-' ic. Swe.-t r.-tat.-s -lllinnK
;.2.Vi 1 11) er Ltd. ranlK-rri.-s -Cape
fed. lair to ehoift,. - 0 '...i'i pi-r t.l.l; fjnt-y,
.".!.". Jloney White i-l.iver. Mb rti..nii.
new t-k. i:a,.-.. I.V; br..ke:i rmnh. In 12-;
tlark c.mK ;v.or liatkata; Sc; s-.iaiucj Call-
forma, in'k- jk t Iu.
1 loca-o Live Stork,
Citii.Aiio. X..v. 2i
Live Slock Prio-s at the L'ui ,u St. k Yards
today rand as follows; lb. s Ktiniated
nwipts for th- dav, 44.i'i; v.l r:in-T.-l at
.! 1.15 li-s, -7t 4.:. t liitUt. U 23.'e.l.n
roimh packing. ft.2i--l.Tn niixe.l. a-ji HAjj,
4 T.) heavy par-kini? anl ii;,pim 1 .-s.
t'attie liM-eipts for tht d iy lt.a? ; quota
tions Tauaei at ". 41 ..:;- 1 U m.-.- t extra
siiilipintcsm-i-s. fi.4o-'.V:i) g.iod to eUoie.- do..
&l.s.' t.:r fuirto t.4 i.j;i .7'. -..uoii':ti to
medium d:... ti. 1 ! To butcher.." M.vrs. 2.(IA
...'HI si(K-k-r. 2r,.14o f-,-l r-.. ?l.2.-.-.2.j
l-o. fc.4i heifers, f 1..1I.V1 "' bill s. .V2V.j,
0.I11 T' Xas ste.-rs, t2.7-' ' lij w.-ateru 1 ulirerd.
aadf2.iu .".5i veal calves.
SIim;-Kstimated ro.-ehin f.ir the dav
12.IM': ! raacel at fl .iv.l li westerns. f 1.SM
ii ;."" X.-xaus. 1.2j.5iu.-iivej,aiid uuaj
Chic. 60. Nov. S3 Wheat, steaiy. Nov. VI , ,
lajSii Corn, loaer, Nov. 4c. May 4ftc.
Oats, easy, Nov. ssc. Pork etcsy, Jan. fl'.
05. 1 ard, steady. Jan. tU.'.i;i4. Ribs, steady.
1 hleago istoek.
CiiK ABO, Nor. 88 Hnj, nceipu S TOO; beot.
5c lower, Calllc receipts T.OOJ; q lite eay.
Sheep rectiiits. T.UOO; unchaczed.
w York Money ( looinir.
Nw' York, Nov. S3 Xoney on rail, eay at 1
per cent prime; mercantile 1 aper, ij,
The Local Haikata.
Corn n-w. 4ri&f7c.
Hm Tntwun. 7? 1 1 miImJI ' ' n7 M 1 .
wlld.i-SJ;iloui;h foutT; baled t"
ri.-CIT AMI VEStTABI ES.
Oaiona 3Uc per on
Kii r Fair tn choice lSriaiO: crejm;-ry Sic.
Poultry C'nicceiis, 4Q5Z.
Cattle -mitrhera t,v f... f.wn aTM
3it'"tHc; cow and B Iters, xk; cairn
Bpring laiao. SVtjvZSc a ponn '.
Coal Fort. 10c
Wood ta.5U per cord.
IS ON TOP
than ths ovsr-pricsd and
Judge for yourself.
la Cans. Atyovr Grooms
No ethr A 1
I Costs lOM
Last NoM doing Sale,
Our prices are lowered to the last notch. This will be the greatest
bargain sale we have ever offered you. Don't delay. Come at once. Let
come what may. Congressional reason, hard times reason, first of January
reason, or any other reason, our prices are and will be the lowest Buy now
and you will be right.
G.nnec Over These Prices.
Chinchilla overcoats well worth $10,
sale price $5.
Black Cheviot overcoats, others asked
$10, our price $7.50, sale price $5.
Blue best Kersey overcoats, good
enough to sell for $15, sale price $10.
Men's suits that every clothier sells
for SS.50, sale price $5.
Children's overcoats $1 50, sale price
Blue cassimer overcoats, good value
at $9, sale price $5.
These prices only to be had at the largest store west of Chicago. It's
money in your pocke; to trade with us.
To be sure you are right, hunt for the "Blue Front."
COR.SECONDandBRADY STs.DAVENPORT, iova
Great Change of Management Sale
Has made itself more strongly felt than ever. We are determined to ain the" good
will and confidence of tne trading people of Rock Island. Ami I w? Simply
by giving them better values than any others dare for the same money.
Men's Suits and Overcoats M' Suits and Overcoats
In evcrr known ShSpc. in ev-ry Vnown h ft 0 T inr-" ?i,B "T "'""'"j
variety: in values that are -implr n- IL V '.ur' ' 1'Po0'.'-. (hiA OT
precedent.!. Kvery one . jm an.l J)0.0J VX. 'iu"' ""T 1 II XS
niand instant inspection
More Astonishing and More Remarkable Prices than was ever placed be
fore the People before.
WrigtEwfitt Wa" I Keckwe- I BalMgganUndetweu.
UCiWeir. Sold everywhere for 5Jc QQ0
Usually aold at f2.50 $1.48 76c ' ' B.lbripgan. He.rj EiU-
f Collar Cluett, Coon & Co. Q bt-d. Brown, Gray - C
Fleece-Lined Underwear n others - - Ob
Our orders are imperative sell every dolhr's worth hence this great
Slaughter in Prices. Dare ou miss it?
Children's Suits. ' Men's Suits.
Strictly ali wool, each one f ft Odd lota, worth m reat deal nor.. A? Q(
worth double, in every style. W M i J mart e cloned out .... OtJ.CHJ
too numerous to detail - r
Overcoat and L'lstera UIl li 1 MEN'S SUITS A small lot of odd (li OF
etjually as cheap. nd end, worth f 6 and f 7 trx.OtJ
It can do you no harm to come and see for yourself the genuineness of this great
money-saving sale, which will continue until every dollar's worth is sold.
MORRIS LEVI, Gen. Man'gr.
PSXGS TXEBS2 CS3T3.
Brown, tan and gray Shetland ulsters,
others asked $10, our price $S, sale
Genuine Auborn Melton overcoats,
everybody sells for $15, our price $12.
sale price $10.
Children's combination suits, coat, two
pants and cap to match, good value at $5,
sale price $3 50.
. Men's heavy underwear, considered
cheap at 50 cents, sale price 29 cents.
Wool filling j?an pants, extra good
value at $1.25, sale price 73 cents.
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