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4 THE ABeUP, THUB8DAT, MAY 14, 189G.
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For Board of Edueatlua ) C- MARSHALL.
Akotiikb day and that defense on
the part of Supt. Ament baa not
maae it appearance.
Ca! it be that Sapt. Ament bat
nnderUken to rewrite that entire de-
feme in Tiew of The A rocs' advance
Tnr. people who are finding dli
aimilaritiea between McKInley and
Napoleon mar be said to be taking
ise "nap - on oi aicavioiej's boom.
What appears to be troubling the
anu-MOKiniey candidate U that
their initrnment are .not aonorona
enough to make even a well-defined
Tin Illinois repnblicana begin the
state cam pa' en with apologies and
eteme for their candidates. It will
not infllce. John P. Alteeld will
weep the ittte like a cyclone heo-
THE Union sava it wu anabla to
operate its typesetting machine to
the extent it expected to this morn
tnr, owing to not bclne able to cat
connection with m sufficient quantity
oi gas to men tne metal. With all
that Ament manuscript in the office
tais ia si. anrn.
Tub democratic county central
committee of Knox county has fixed
jnne ib as tne date of its county con
ventinn. The committeemen have
unanimously expressed themselves as
favoring the candidacy of John P.
Aiigeid, ana it was suggested that a
special train load of delegates from
Knox go to Peoria to work for his
Til a bicycle fever Is no respector
oi persons, u catenas tne old and
the young alike. From the almost
touiiiing babe to the venerable.
white-haired old man. it is in the
blood and produces an overplus en
ergy which can only be wronght ont
through the revolutions of the pedals
et an ip-to-date bike. Gafesburg
baa in Joalah Babcotk, Sr., a moat
agile rider at the age of 72.
Til a county seat war In Fulton
county between Lewistown, the
county aeat, and Canton baa been in
course for yeara, but after the mys
terious destruction by tire of the
court house, something like a year
ago, ids ngni nas Deen tierce, and
personalities have been severe and
bitter criminations and recrimina
tions were generally in order. Can
ton wanta the county seat removed
from Lewistown to Canton, and to
bring such a change about ia leaving
no stone unturned. Lewistown
wanta things to remain as they are.
Fulton county must have a new
court bouse; the question is shall it
oe erected at Canton, or at Lewis,
town. It Is now proposed by the
iaer city to ootid a new court bouse
and present it to the county. Can
ton is jet to bo heard from.
(taw lw Rail Old Clothiag.
"I Ihonidit I was shrewd and knew
- how to drive a Kvjfain." said a rouii"
Wt strw-t men bunt, "but this tnini-
ing niy wife kovo iiio a notour. Hmm
time ago I mI1 four oMsuit of clothe
to a perambulating buyer, and all I got
WW f a". iy wtl.j said I wa swindled.
"tror more suits were to lw disposed
of this morning. Mr wife watched until
the first cry it 'Old cloth.nl Cash!'
was) beard. Inviting the crier in. she
showed him one suit. Ho aakwl if that
Wits all, and she answered. 'All that 1
ant to sell now. After spirited nego
tiation the dealer paid $1.33 and took
the suit. In a few minutes along catiit
ano.ther 'old clothes tniin.' After nuking
if the one suit offered was all she had
Uisell, and being told. that it wan nil
she wished to sell then, the nnuul pro
ceetlings followed. lie took the suit aud
"The third suit was sold to the third
man for 11.13, and the fourth went to
the fourth man for l.20.
There, said my wife, ! Rpt .B3
tn-.Vhat you M J for.' I said Loth-
lng.MKi w Ycrk Herald.
Tfca lUrWf Wka Dnnal fse
A Oermantowa barU r had just fin
ished lathering his best customer's face
the other day when the d.ior gently
opened and a mild looking man with
pink whisker entered the" shop. "My
friend," be inquired, "do you use g iv"'
Naturally Inf.rring that the quest it. n
Implied a doubt as to his ability to re
move the hirsute adornmeut of the face
Without recourse to anwrfthetic, the
tobcr arose In his wrath and smote the
atranger .re. When finally separated
the man with the pink whiAers emerged
from the fray with a battered face, and
the floor was strewn with gas burner.
"You didn't give me a chance to ftn-
4K k h.,uj .
-' ivi mm no Wiped
liia fare with a bandanna handkerchief.
A SOB UBTWUCUf
. " ' m m jawu, lh UtX 1
thought perhaps yon would like to try
ome. " In hia contritenem of spirit, the
barber bought two dozen. Philadelphia
Ufa la Iralaad.
Professor A. C Hadrian, in a lecture
on "Peasant Life and Industries of Ire
land," said that laoemaking continued
to be practiced in some parts of Ireland,
and, when trained, the Irish women
were very expert in all kinds of needle
work. The V"rk of the men consist
chiefly of agswalture, turf carting, fish
ing and kelp burning. There was very
little good soil in the west, and in some
places, as in the Arran islands, the soil
had actually to be made by bringing np
Band and seaweed from the shore and
strewing them on tho bore rocks. The
great extent of bog land enabled the
people on tho mainland to gtt plenty of
fuel Finning in Ireland was essentially
men's work, and there was an abun
dance of fish off the coast. Speaking
generally, the population of the west
coast of Ireland did not produce good
With regard to the means of trans,
port, on which the commercial prosper
ity of a country depended, he remarked
that until comparatively recently there
were no true roads in many parts of the
west of Ireland and consequently no
wheeled vehicles. One of the blessings
wrested from the awful famine period
was the building of roads, and during
later famines the same wise policy had
been continued. It was to be hoped that
the light railways of tho present day or
other means of conveyance, snch as au
to cars, would give yet greater impetus
to nascent local industries and thus
materially nwist toward improving the
condition of our charming fellow coun
trymen in Ireland. London Times.
Colonel Gordon, commandant at Fort
Myer, was relating a string of reminis
cences of hia western campaigns to a
group of friends a bliort time ago and
was telling his hearers how on one oc
casion, in 1074, the civil authorities of
Suit Lake City bad arrested a number
of his troopers for violation of tho mu
These men, "said the colonel, "were
usually certified as deserters from the
army, for we had no knowletlgo of their
fate until one day I found a number of
them working on a chaingang in the
streets. The matter was laid before the
war department, and we were author
ized to tako the men. A demand was
made on the city authorities for their
surrender, and the demand was curtly
refused. Wo were determined to carry
our point, however, and a squad was
detailed to tako them ont."
Hero the colonel lit a cigar and blew
out two or three puffs of ainoke before
"When I broke the Salt Lake City
jaiL" ho continued, but before ho could
tell the nt Tom Murrey interrupted
'On what side of the jail were you,
colonel?" he asked in sober earnestness.
For a few minutes there was such an
uproar of merriment that tire colonel
had difficulty in recovering the thread
of bis story. Washington Post.
Boston's OoafaalnB; fctrtfeta.
The yarn that the down town streets
in Boston were formerly cow paths, and
that unless one be careful in keeping
bearings he is liable to walk in circles,
although apparently walking straight
ahead, must be true, because it has been
verified. It is to the effect that a stran
ger, having asked a policeman to direct
him to a certain place several blocks
distant, ftdlowed the directions until he
became bewildered. Seeing a policeman,
ho asked again to be directed on his
way. Confuted again by not finding
tho place, he appealed again to a police
man. "Look here," the policeman re
marked emphatically, "if you ask me
that question again I'll run you in.
Bee?" A stranger, who inserted that
story into a description of his experi
ences in tho town recently, was con
fused when a reputable gentleman of 83
years iuteimpted by saying that his ex
perience in 1S35 was similar, except
that tho person be asked was not a po
liceman. Any yarn that holds good for
half a century ought to be believed.
New York Times.
Ttaa Waal bar.
Showers this afternoon and to
night, clearing during the night and
cooler; fair and considerably cooler
Friday. Southerly winds shifting to
westerly. ioaay s temperature oi
F. J. Walz. Observer.
A Dtaaatroae Pallare.
Fiatnelal eoavnlitost which disturb tba cqal-
UMtaa of the business worM ars prerfnetlva of
far lets siMchlar than tb f si Inra of tba kldnars
to parforai lha oslsa as,l(ned la them bv nature
whan thMorgM become inactive tba clrcala-
Uoa acq aires la purulea which bring on drop?,
dUbtlee, Brgbt's dieraae, snveU cattrrh of the
hla4dr. sod other ms'adies. To impart to the
doer and bladd.r s healthful Impetus, vet?
different from the excitement prodaeed hj so
saawdleatad alcoholic eilanlmot, nse Bo, tetter's
Stoaaeh Bitters, the finest diaretie In etlsttnce.
This axnallent remrdr for laactWIty of the kid-
Berslsalsior the gmatsst service la aula-ial.
drspepttc, billons and rbenratric troubles, and
baa received ths aoaaallBed sanction of eminent
phrsklaa. 1 fee aarvotts, elderly and Infirm end
convalescents derive anspeaaable beat It from
Its see. I'm It with persistence aad at flx jd In
tervals, nad anticipate with confidence the bap
If that Wyoming is nominated and
etcrtrd, will she be the covrrnor or covcnuM
of that stater Atlanta Constitution.
We are afraid she will be governor.
As the case stands now, when a woman
is chosen to preside over a meeting of
women, she is called the "chairman"
and ia addressed aa Mrs. Chairman of
ten er than otherwise. New York Sun.
Kentucky's factories employ 65,57
bands, and send ont annually a product
valued at 120.719.857.
Children Cry for
NONE NEED FEAR IT.
The Pyramid Pile Cure Cures the
Most Aggravated Cases of Piles
With Absolute Safety.
Pyramid Pile Cure will care the
most aggravated case of hemor
rhoids in an astonishingly short time,
It relieves the congested parts, re
duces the tumors instantly no mat
ter bow large, allays the inflamma
tion and stops the aching or itching
Thousands who bad resorted to ex-
pensive surgical treatment have been
cured by the Pyramid Pile Cure in
a number of instances persons who
naa spent months la a hospital nn
uer a pile specialist.
It is a remedy that none need fear
to apply even to -the most aggravated
swollen ana in named hemorrhoidal
If you are afflicted with this stub-
norn disease you can master it and
master it quickly.
This remedy is no loncrer an ex
periment, but a medical certainty.
It is manufactured by the Pyramid
irug company, oi Albion, Mich.
Druggists 'sell it at 50 cents per
box. It is beoomiog the most popu
lar pile cure this country has ever
known and druggists everywhere are
oraering it lor tneir customers.
Where are yon going, my pretty maid
So modest and sedate !
To church, kind sir, she sweetly said,
And I am afiaid I'm late.
Can I iro, too? And when there
We qu ickly can be wed ;
You bet your life; I'm stuck on you,
Kor your clothes are up-to-date.
Many thanks! cried lie, for admiring them,
i ney are my tailor s good taste.
And anyone wanting hue clothes.
Uo to lloppe's and have them made to the
Queen s taste.
Has the best equipped recy
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend,
ing band bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
2i 8 Seventeenth St.,
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1609 THIRD AVENUE
(VSCe MORE la tureaoay
v with tba wnrlii,2000
completely cored men are
miming nappy praises for
me greatest, grand
est and tuwt sno
cctisful cure for sex
ual weakneaa and
IotvfKxr known to
medical scteoca. An
account of this won
derful diacotvrv, In
book form, with ref.
errncea and Draofa.
Will i tent a m
nrrat men fseaieat jree. rou manly rigor
permanently remarod. failure Impossible
EIIE MEDICAL C0.,EUFFL0,.T.
At R. Senn's, 303 Eighteenth
street, under Bock Island
National bank. Suits repaired,
cleaned and washed on short
notice. All work first-class.
SO years experience. Cloth
ing called lor and delivered.
TRY THE XEW SHOP.
ANTED A FIRST CLASS KITCHEN
gm at si in rum arenne.
WANTED TWO GENTLEMEN CAN
vawers: can nOr make H to tflper ajay;
enenretie men required. Address Taa
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR KITCHEN
work. Small family: licht work: lanre
wages. Apply at residence of F. A. Head, 2tc
"IVr ANTED ENGAGEMENTS FOR WASH-
in and Ironing. Hest of references
furnished aud satisfaction miaranteed. Ad
drew -36." Tai Arul-h, and applicant will call.
XVTANTED EMPLOYMENT: STEADY
places to work at ironins" or second
work two or three days a week by competent
Kirl: reference irlven- Address "M. K " A u-
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
(73 a month salary or lanre commission
telline staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
Specialty oompaaf r.7 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wisn to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to matromony to join the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
Send two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box Salem, Ohio.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French KeUogit system at lull Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instnictfonsin cutting, ntting.
French busting and boning for only Slu. Usual
price for system complete, Mrs. H. E.
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
as solicitors for bicycle specialties and
best gas lump burner ever shown. liberal
terms: big money to energetic workers. In
vestigate. American Manufucturing com
pany, .1030 Second avenue, up stairs.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
aU kinds wbo can furnish references to
use Tna Aki.cs want column. Culls are re
ceived at this office dally for domestics, etc.,
wbo can come well recommended. Trv this
column for a situation and if you are reliable
you will set one.
FOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
in the Carse building on Second avenue.
R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board. 1114 Second avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
location. Reasonable terms. Apply E.
FOR RENT A FINELY FURNISHED
room suitable for one or two gentlemen.
Apply at 5i Twenty-fourth street. ,
TjlOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
-a- budding, comer Fifth avenue and Tblrty
Prst street, opposite C. R. I. & P. depot. For
particulars call at shoe store of Peterson or
Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde block.
FOR SAl E.
TJK)R SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
Sixth avenue. Apply on premises.
KR S ALE PI AN'O IV GOOD CONDITION:
m uuikuui. vnu hl irtu Bixm vvenuc.
RSAI.K ON REASONABLE TERMS A
.v. ui uic svuivu auuiLiou. i;. J . iung.
TJIOR SALE A GOOD FAMILY HORSE
-L suitable for sarrey or phaeton. Cull lail
XjlORSALE-A FINE BUILDING LOT IN
L South Park below cost if taken soon. Call
at South Park grocery or an at this ofilce.
TTIOR SALE A IjOT IN GOOD LOCATION
-l In Harth & Bubcock s addition. A bar
gain for a cash buyer. Address -44'' Tag Ab
ous. T7KIRSALE-A GOOD SURREY HORSE
M- suitable for family use. A reliable ani
maC Will be sold cheap. Address "S" The
FOR SALE A GOOD SIZED FAMILY
horse suitable for phaeton or surrev: will
be sold on reasonable terms. Call ) Thirty
"ClORSALE A FIRST CLASS LOT, EAST
-A- front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shnilis on lot, water snd
sewer. Apply at K)5 Fifth avenue or on
premises, OK Thirty-eighth street.
TTIOUND A LARGE STORE KEY AT
-A- Cbippiannock cemeterv. Owner can
have siime by calling ut 601 Eighth street and
paying for this notice.
I OST-A LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH
cover. "Charles and Frank (uuvle to Mother."
Return to Kock Islander ofilce and be liberally
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand roods: also roods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable f ur-
ui.mic. tenure uujmit, give me m call loll
$100 70 ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
i 1 yrJ cannot teach to draw a crayon
V.. ' i"--1'' in enree lessons.
We pay our pupds (10 to tlS per week to work
fOr US at hnm, ,1'MiniK ... an..A i f
-. -----p. v. 1UUC. OCUU
for work and particulars. Hermann ft Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
XT hand Mme. Franks, the scientific palmist
. .uiwuKu Bnwuaw in me science or chjr
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist, is
not : A frtTfunA tall.. Ch. u , , .
- uvi. -"ii luiintugujy unuer-
standstbe hand, the lines with all their twists
.ums. me tenure oi tne skin and also the
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
T h , h ttxj. t r ' . . .
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
uu iicr, i rum a scientuic standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual labor and in what occupation they will
be the most successful: also their proper "mate
i-rnuns uas practiceu in both
fcurope and America, and Is considered a verv
mim-fjMifnl .nil fm.nMtt.A . ,
- : - ; - vmiri .iiu ivHiPr
of palmistry. She ut assisted by the world's
and of Cyprus, wbo will exhibit to the public
tRTIlW. nalnlinif. mri . I. . I. .
.... -u -sidtuca oi nanas or
a Herent people and professions. Publio in
vited. Parlor 1S1Q Thirri
CALL AND SEE THE GREAT CLAIHVOY
ant at 2JT Seventeenth street. Prices
reasonable. Will remain a couple of weeks
1725 Second Ave.
The Political Band
At present serenading Uncle Sam is
enough to drive the old man crazy.
Some of the bargains we are displaying
in Printed Warps and Waist Silks
would drive anyone crazy till they
could buy some of them. if they
could only see our up-to-date Silks and
Dimities for Shirt Waists, for it is al
most driving us crazy to keep the de
mand supplied. These are genuine
bargains when a dollar gets more value
than in any other store in Kock Island
Printed rbinns, exset copies o' printed
wari-s f r waits. set iucucs wide, che p OQa
at 50c. this week vllfC
?-inrb P'inted Chins-, lace effects snd QQ.
Dresden pattern, worhll.25, this week vOC
Genntne nr'nted wsrp silks. Imported to
se!latl.MJ, '.'.- j; only in waist pit CI OC
terns; your choice vltf
SI inch black brocade 8 it Ins for dres
skins, wo th $1.50 and (1 7S, this atei CO
your choice OOl
Wash Dress Goods.
This department Is overflowing with new nov
elties In ort-andie9. dqttfd Bi-es, dimities, laie
effect. Imported Dn-sdea lawns. Cn.-ean elotba
a-,d all the latest in linen co'or effests:
S6-irch vt r ales, worth JStfc and 18s a 7I
yard, this week )our choice.... s
Dimities and organ c, a vHe Mnie of
pitem. wpr h 1SS and 15c, this w.ek tfl-
yjur chocu : IWt
of Wall Paper.
Over 20,000 Rolls
. Of NEW WALL PAPEB bow in atock. Our shelves are
crowded ; our floor space covered with great piles, reach
ing almost to the ceilicg. We must dispose of the creator
' part of this gigantic stock within the next 30 days, and in
or,1er to be sure of doinp; so we have determined to make
prices as attractive as thi stock is handsome. Over 60
, kinds, suitable for kitchen, dininp room, halls, aitUn
room not in the combination, worth from 10c to 50c per
roll, during this sale
ONLY 3c PER ROLL.
Over 25 styles wall, ceilinp and frieze to match. Iaftst
colon nc, handsome patterns, 5c a roll. 9-lnch borders Jo
per roll. Over 60 styles all new patterns, gilt and glim
mer m combination. 8c t 10c per roll, suitable tor stores,
offices, halls, parlor, bed room, dining room. etc.
' Over 25 stvles of kitchen papers from 5c to 8c per roll
50 " bed room " ftc to 25o per ro!l
50 dininj room 80 to 50c per roU
4S parlor papera 80 to 75c per roll
" ?. " "hall 8e to 50c per roll
line vuit to onr store will convince you that onr prices are
always the lowest, and that we hae the largest selection
of all grades of wall paper from 3j to J a roll.
R. CRAMPTON 2 CO.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
THE SCHOM ACKER
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their mtlnhritw - . ..... ....
-7 - . . j ""j uu Ktuum gi Ment vt nerever
pubholy exhibited in competiUon they have invariably received
THE HIGHEST AWARl)
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. in 185S.
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to tho Schomacker Piano.
s A, 6 1 rankhn Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and a-ain
in 1874. 0
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
V SOLD COHTIHUOC8LT FOR 28 TEARS AT
Wallace's Music Store' TtAm
THE "CLEVELAND" first m quality.
'.ADAM DESARSTEACX. THECROWXED
r.,,. - "reOTr
Jl 1 vwi, ciairroyant medium.
. - wh .uc wuuuerana Mmiratlon
ofeTtbciiKmkepticmL She m foreteU
v j wea vci Luitj. scores wbo bave
con.sutd her consider ber Mlvice aad mdst-
for many. niKlm for them through faer clir
roymnx powor lnwetmenTJi that returned tbem
rreat proflt. People in ail walks of life have
been benefited by the service of this eminent
medium, ft he never falls to five warning of
the snares that await yon in the future and
f anfnt mil rh wirhv whiask v . T .
t -- - --r ";- - laivu uiC v may DC TOKa
Love a trains and aU matnmonlalentanrteinenu
rwia.-sivwni) rmiTnvenea ouu in a word
Whnv ntas) ho vnuti iim.i.1
' J-a .i.sui-nr, aunpiCMJm or
nHllH asall na this mmitJI tt " .
nothinir within the aim of human power. Intel-
fai'V; vi aaniiM nJas. vua nl7 TatflTHM OO XOr
you. or place within your reach. She locate
t8.. also (rives massae and mamet?c treaw
svey. iwsujesa sh(duj ihtmc auaa cviinaen-
Foonh avw&nw, MoUm. UL
-0. , . ' 'spjasaana-. r'-'
Zyery lady nowadays should have at less!
ttrc or a-.ore s&irt wa stt, and can hae at the
prices we name :
A line percale ,hiit sra'st, op to datosty'e, OQj
sild as a leader for 60c. onr prica
Wc h,ve them 1 whits strip'd orpnol"S. with
plak collar snri cuff, detneoed; also iir.silcn ef
fect,. 'cmiart:oa wld coovirra joa that pr ces
W) III, UUIILKI.
Remi ml er we sell the best annular eor-et QQn
in Hock Irland couuly for 9C
House Furnishing Goads.
14- inch perfera'ed chair scats 3C
15- Inch perferatad chiir Mats. 5C
U-inch p.rfsrsted chair seats..... 6C
IS loch perferated chair seats 7C
Hardwood cekbrated tber chair sestj at !es
nan jinuers wnoltaale prices. Come and sea
tome of oar leaders.
rereen doors, wire elo'h. wire fencing, hlnc.
rabber hose. Ice cream freezera, flrh or tackle.
We an says you 2S per cent an J nwr, on theas
This week we will !o ourselves proud in this
particular line and will derdte a big ptrt mt the
his store for a hammock display. Speelal low
prices all this wetk.
A fsll sised htnuno.k, S9c and op to .. $3.75
Tonr SDecisI attention ia csllrd b m.. 11.. .
horns male hamaocks.
Bopj s and stretcher each
This d-nartment la loilad with 'l nnM
crockery snd EUawars tha- Is nsed darlra; .1
hot season. Vo'aswmsofthj a-axia and nrlm.
as offsrrd below:
Seal tint tomb'ers, eat d .as effects.
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Bes' qoality shell tumblers, ia assorted
.pkiiuB nn J uu o, oar p. ICS
Lsssonsds rlssses, est bottoms, aojld hs
cw u iw, rar iui wki asen........
LcbossI shaken, each
Sods wst tumble re, each
Handled enp ani aaaeera. worth 40c, for
. wm w via muirw aau six saocert
We rent Crockery and Glassware for nar-
tfes and excursion.
Y0U1IC & UcCODBS.
ion 1 irt an on Hand, easy going reverie of recklessness prompt an iitterilire) ard of
business nnneiiilfH atid rsiiu. .. ... ,..i..i..... ........ .... , .
M ... . j w ixTiriiunc jiiiii uiiujiirri or your 1.11c 9 miiliuer to
send up a bicycle,-' Better buy of someone who- krow.-i a little more I11 regard to what
the wheels he sells are made of, and how they are made.
We do not claim to know anything about dry iroods, but we can tell yon what a
Dicycie Is worth, without looking at the name plate, or the maker's advertiaemwit If you
buy your wheel of us. you will be satisfied.
WR RPM.nv Tllv ivcrmtinvn . .
e-s ...7aM,,r J."- , , 1 Lai aim nave wneeisat tu, 855, 86S
S S and $100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them for.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
j Of Capes, Suits, Skirts and Silk Waists J
j this week. F
s oo $7 son Mik
I 5 OH 4 W itt'f
i T no B no jyif
4 SO !
s-craer prtoe (it ratio on
uu e ou
s-oraner price in so s on
now... 7 mi lu 4i itu
Former price ton agiiaonseo
now 4 lu IV) ill
Tba largest assortment in tb cliy st tba kweet B
prtecs. Shirt Waist Ssta. luc, 'jSc. Sc. C
Ont Bs'ta, sac, ase, SOe, TSc; Leather Bella. S5c
We gnanobM a saring oflOetoSSeonanyOf
All the rirmri .buxa and tT.mliir'r styles ia
elegant Millinery at moderate curt, special sal
IttOHalt sold eretywhsre St.. 1 10 so for $ S 60
0 00 Haia sold averywliere s-.. t'-r 4 J
t HI llu, nM nrlri! 7 01 for 8M
4 00 Haia aold nrr.ka at . S 04 for t T
S 00 Hata .old altnabrn at . . 4 SO for t M
1J0OO bunches Swisa Roses, all abades, 25c, worth 50c.
Children'! school Uata, 15c.
BEE 2) HIVE
f 114 West SSbnd street
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