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THE ABGUP, 8 ATP BP AT, MAY 23, 1896.
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J. W. POTTII
H.M r Mass; ta Hwiw, SLM.
AO uHi r rtdeal at
ttfacaaraeta. political at faUctoaa,
artlels m k prlawa arar
Satckdat. Mat 83. 186.
Daaaaeratte CmMT Cam !! .
Tba detnnerntle iroterof Itock Maod county
r reiieted t.- ed deleratea to the count j
contention. t lj held at the court boo-. In
tt'R city of Itork lland. In Mid county.
WnliMiij. June I, im, at II o'clock a. B..
for the pur;a of aomlnnttna' candidate fir
atare a attorney, circuit clerk, coroner and
'ireym alvi to aeleet delegate to the tate
crncnlou. to the conirreimal conTentUm.
an'l to the leirMntite convention, and to ap
ixiint a drnwierntle cimntjr committee and
aeleet a chairman of aucb eommlttee. and to
transact mifh other huincm at may properly
enie liefure the convention. The reprewca
lutl'in wl''rc one delegate for cery S demo
crat In ite, and one additional for every
fran tonal l' note on the presidential Tote of
oniova K3 i
iinoe Creek X
I'urt Ityron rci 1
r'irt precinct V, 4
Mfeond precinct fm
Third precinct 41
rlrt ward m
.H'Hind ward I3 7
Third ward Irtt 7
'"Mirth ward HA a
fifth wurn 1
iin wiint .
.seventh ward mi a
K.iuth Mulliie HI 7
'ir.1 ward 17 a
Sf-ontl ward w t
Third ward -.fw n
fr mirth ward u
Ki ft h ward tx; i
Slalh Want ll 7
Heventh ward ill n
Hutith It'x-k Island 1:11 a
lihi.'K iinwk 1 i:n ft
mil Valley tut 4
H'lral II 3
r'tr.t precinct rrv 3
S'ciiml precinct hi .2
Anriliiia 47 2
II iMii.k I'rairie I IX ft
Innrv h 3
Tolal !..4fOI lf
The primaries In the city of Kock Island,
cltyol M.illnc. H.mlh Molinc. South Kock Inl
and. Illack Hank. Coal Valley. lNrt llyron.
Anliilul.unil Conlova will hcheldut Ho cloi-k
p ni.. iitunliiy. June l:l all other place at S
p. m.. Saturday. June 11. unlcsa Mich lime U
rh ini'ed hy township comtiilttccincn.
Killed ut Kock Island. May ai. A. I.. IKXI.
T. H. Hii.vi Chairman.
Wii.i.mm M. f.smr. Secretary-
Tm the Public.
Ib K Isixit. April . In response to the
tirliilnul rriiicxt of many icople. we have con
acntcil to liccme candiilaiex for member of
the hoard of education on the Isaue of a
chanire In the atipcrintcmlency.
C. II. MHHAI.U
K. A. I!ll4r.l.
aehwol Rlactloai TaeaJay, Jnae 30.
For Doar, o, Mue.tio, j H
Mi:k Hajima ami Kurkeftllcr. the
a.Imot liillionairr, were it-hool
Wiirn Tbonia Collier I'latt pro
roieo to Ro into the private rrrorJ of
Marcn Aureliu Il.inna the time has
come fnr the antl-i vicrtionists to
atrp in with an injunction.
Tiie poor old Union aeema to hnve
fallen entirel under the hypnotic
influence of Supt. Ahicnt. JJtit then,
that l not to be wondered at it is
fo dn-aitfollj urrptlble. you know.
0r. tiiiki of the delegates to the
li-tnucratic national convention hate
liecn rhoKrn, and thcr are now a tic on
the money question 167. standing for
frro coinage and lf,J for sound
Dk. Kixkis seems to be baTing a
hitrd time to imlure anyono to stand
with him as a candidate'for the board
f duration. The tronble is tbat no
on is anxious to be associated with
the doctor in that capacity, especi
ally considering the issue which he
M Km.rr is evidently becoming
thoroughly impressed with the idea
that hr is "now inipcrturbtl.le. Whon
a public man tie-ins to turn his back
on the newspnH-r men, look wise,
nnd tT, "Have nothing to say," you
ran make up jour mind that he
thinks he is somebody.
Thk t'nlnn says tbat Trnc Aaot s
is rrvking its old democratic whip
over the teachers. The Union was
never accused of having the whip
hand. The most activity it ever dis
played was iu crawling from under
a load t f sand which was dumped
unou it during one of its proverbial
Tnr. Detroit Kee Press savs: "There
are satisfactory reasons" for be
lievinf that the democrats of Illinois
are in favor of sound money. " The
Kreo Press is right, comments the
Peoria Herald, but the matter has
Wen so manipulated by the free sil
ver men who have managed to get
control of the election machinery
that it Is very doubtfnl if tbev will
(ret a chance to express their Jcnti
mrots on the subjert.
Tnr. black-and-white striped garb
i familiar for vears about the Illi
nois itate penitentiary is to be a
thing of the past. The prisoner are
to have pew suits of radically differ
ent appearance. Under the provis
ions of the parole law adopted by the
last legislature. Warden B. L. Allen,
of Joliet, and the commisionert have
have arranged to clothe the inmate
in accordance with their deportment.
There will be three different kinds of
suits, representing that many differ
ent classes or grades of prisoners.
The intermediate, or second class
garb will be a cadet gray, the coat,
vest, tronsers and cap being all
made of this material. The third
class will be a blood red in color and
will be worn by those guilty of in
subordination br classed as vicious
or unruly. The color of the first
class nniform has not been fully de
cided upon, bat it will be either a
dark bloe or green, probably the lat
ter. This nniform will be the mark
of good behavior and correct prison
deportment. All convicts will be given
a fair start, and it will be their fault
if they fail to reach the first class.
Tax Kef orm.
There is not one subject entering
into public policy which so closely
appeals to the people as that of tax
ation. The proposition to abolish
the state board of equalization has
been a long discussed subject and
one in which the taxpayers are
greatly interested. Among the many
wise acts of tlov. Altgeld's adminis
tration of public affairs is the issu
ing of the eighth biennial report of
the bureau of labor statistics on tax
ation. Hundreds of letters from all
parts of the state show that the peo
ple are ready to put into practice the
recommendations in regard to home
rule taxation. From the farmers,
the miners, the toilers in the great
factories and on the 'great railroads
comes an indignant outcry against
the existing vicious system of taxa
tion. It is not improbable indeed
it is likely that the democracy of
Illinois will be called upon to act on
this subject of home rule in taxation.
The last issue of the EigLt-hour
Herald, of Chicago, one of the lead
ing labor papers of Illinois, has this
to say about the work of Gov. Alt
geld's administration in the matter
of tax reform:
"The democratic administration of
this state has won such conspicuous
distinction in its efforts to expose the
inequalities existing under the pres
esnt system of taxation, that one is
apt to be at a loss to know why the
administration does not make tax re
form the issue at the coming elec
tion instead of pushing the sil
ver or financial question to the
front, to the great danger of
the parly, and thus lose whatever
hope it may now have of bringing
about the more important reform. As
working people we confess to but ht
tlo interest in the fa'e of the demo
cratic party or any other political
party, only in so far as their success
or defeat will affect reforms of vital
interest to workingmcn. Hence the
democratic party of this state,
through its fearless exposure of the
injustices perpetrated under ou tax
ation laws, puts itself in touch with
the people so closely that its future
is a matter of keen interest to the
working and middle classes.
"As previously remarked in these
columns, the eighth biennial report
of the state bureau of labor statistics
lays bare a system of robbery,
through shameful discriminations in
the assessment of property, which
woul I do justice to the knavery and
cunning of a band of Chinese pir
ates." A Man witta History.
aU BHlr Covered) with Lnmpc Con Id
aot eai and Thought li waa
4fol"K to dry a p.
From the -Vmmlr, Tcnn., Banner.)
Mr. John W. Thomas, Jr., of Thcta, Tcnn.
is a man with a most interesting tintory.
' It was in 'M." said he to a reporter who
had a.ked him for the story of his life, "when
I w working in the fiiver luiucsof New
Me.ico, thjt my trouble began.
Fniio iinpje iuilifjcMtion my malailv de
veloped into a ohronic inabilitr to take aur
uhsMntial f mmI, and at times I was pro
traiel bv sp.-lls of heart palpitation. n
the 11th d April, lo!3, 1 suddenly col.
iaie.i, and fur oars I wat'nnconscioii.
'. r . t - 1 1 . - . . . .
ii i-j i whs not iuiij mysen until July.
On September lt f weighed but "0 pounds
whreaa my nnrmal weight is 105 pounds.
All over my IkkIv there were lump fr.un
the size of a crape to the size of a walnut,
my fiiiscn were cramped to that I could nut
hot." thin half M rat allien them. I had en
tirely I t eontr .l of my lower limb and
my hand trembled so that I crnild not drink
Willi Hit "I'illinn the liquid. Nctliiui; would
re-uaiii on my Momaeh, and it eeeuied tlial
I urn-1 dry up before many more durs bad
' I nude another round of the Tnr?r:r.n'l
ealliin; iu one after the oilier, an, I br the
aid of mirpliine and other medicines "they
Cave ire. I in mured to live though barely
ttir- lu-h the fall." '
ll-ra Mr. Thomas displayed his irmi.
and iu.t above the elbow of each there
a l.ire irregular atain as larjre as the palm
of t'f hand ani of a purple color, the paee
eivrrj by the mark waa molten nearlr to
the b:ie. "That," said Mr. Thomas. '"is
whit the doctors did by putting morphine
" .i the 11th of December, ISM, jm eicht
months aft.-r I .k permanently to bed - I
hall never forget the date my eonsin, J,
Foster, of aners't 'reck, called on me and
rave me a iKty of Ir. William' I'infc filla
f.ir Pale reo;.!e. siring they had enrol line
of ptrtial ralvis, with wbieh I knew he
had all bnt died. I followed his directions
and krnii liking the medicine, as a result
i stand b-lore you to-dar the tuost surprised
man o:i eirth. Iook at my hand, it is tt
telr a your; my face has a healthr o.ik
ahout Jt; I hare 'been attending to mr
duties for a Booth. Since I began biking
the pill I have gained 30 pounds, and I am
till raining. All the knots bare diap-penr-d
from my body except this liitla
kernel here jn my palm. I hare a g.J
pp -tita aud 1 am' almost as strong as I ever
" Yeenly I eode thirtr-seren mile m
hv lu-k, f ftel tirel to-i?ay hut D ot sick,
i o'd t i hare from two to' four e1U.d
l-eart tulpitation ererr night, since 1 le-s
the .- f tl.e pill, "I have bad but four
Spell alt .get her.
rvT ln-W" ril'vely that I wu enred bv
Pr W illiams I'mk Tills, and I beliert
firmly that it is the most wnnderfol reimdv
in exMenre tolay. ni erery fact I hare
prrer,ted to too known to mr neia!.lK,rs
m! .? VTxsIf, and they will certify to
the tmth f my remarkable care."
CLAIBOYAVr REMOVED FROM COEXER
Sixth antt Brady atreeut to 214 East
Serenib street. Davenport. Located perma
nently. AJTVOrNCFMENT EXTRAORDINARY
Madam Dearmeaux. the famous eialr
royant and magnetic bealer. has returned to
this city (or a rsdort time only. Sbe is a pro
phet es of world wide repute. I gifted by
nature with a power that excites the wonder
and admiration of even the most skeptical.
It you hare lost faith and given up in despair
beeause of former failure feel yourself in
vited to call and he convinced that there is at
least one true medium in your midst. By her
power she can guarantee to restore lost allee
tions. causes speedv and happy marriatres and
your bitterest enemies to become yourstaunch
friends. Cures big neck, drunkenness, con
sumption, nts. rheumatism, etc. lcates lost
or ulen articles, tnissinir friend. document,
hidden treasures, etc. Business strictly confi
dential. Hours 8 a. m. to K p. m. daily and
Sunday. Parlors at I.tJS Fourth avenue. Kock
Island. IU. Call quickly. It will pay you.
Where are you going, my pretty maid
So modest and sedate!
To church, kind sir, sbe sweetly said,
And I am afraid I'm late.
Can I go, too? And when there
We quickly can be wed ;
You bet your life; l'in stuck on you.
For your clothes are up-to-date.
Many thanks: cried lie, for admiring them,
They are my tailor's good taste,
And anyone wanting tine clothes.
Go to lloppe's and have them made to the
Better than Rubber
The New Success A Perfect Dress Shield
Time art the
ber or GartiaV
'1 hy io mt
outwear m t
ler or Mockintt- ulileMs; thprpfnre are the most
"vonumttitl. I.ijrlut-r liv hair limn mbr. or
wie hv ail first-Liitas 4eftii.ni, r feod vtc lor
0M0 MANUFACTURING C0.394 Canal St. New York
iV. to almve Orm for don ?ilk Twiai
Drra laysk. Th luuiilMiuttit aud bc-at.
Has the best equipped Bicj.
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Citics, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend
ing hand 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.,
mm j. mi
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage ia Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At.
Harper Bnea Block.
GET THE BEST
'" All Work Guaranteed.
1609 THIRD AYE2STJE
WANTED A FIRST CLASS KITCHEN
girl at 31 10 Flf m arenne.
WANTED A SITUATION IN TOWN OR
country: steady man: can famish best
of reference; married. Address F. D Alters.
TVTANTED-TWO SMALL rNFTRNISHED
T room for lieht housekeeping- by man
and wife. No children. Address H. V. H..
WANTED RELIABLEMAN FOR STEADY
position: (Id a week: no experience.
Address Sbcpp & Co.. ltoO Chestnut street.
WANTED SITCATIOX TO DO CHORES
i around Ibe houe mornimrsand evening
for board. Address John Grimn. general de
livery. Rock Island.
WANTED AOENTS: LADIES AND GEN
T tiemen. Uuick sellinir article. mk1
pay to riirht parties. Exelu-dre territory on
applieatiun at I0t First aveaue.
VTANTED EMPLOYMENT: STEADY
places to wors at roninK or feecond
work two or three dars a week bv MiiiMtt
Eirl: references given. Address "M. B.." At-
TITH AHOITT I..W PART TIME AND
f services you can have interest in liirht
manufacturinir business. I will guarantee you
at least fiM) monthlv. You will not require ex
perience. Call at Is First avenue.
VTANTED-MEN WHO WILT. WORK FOR
V t75 a month snlarv or larire eommiKi!n
ellln staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
TT ANTED COMPETENT OFFICE MAN
f of several years experience wants re
spectable employment: can handle set of
books, assist in store and be generally useful.
AuuresB Oo IKEA Kii L8.
WANTED LADIES ANt GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to mntromonv to ioin the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding llureati. Salem. Ohio.
&ena two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Address W. E. lleck, lock box !?. Salem, Ohio.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kellogg system at 1611 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instructions in eutting, fitting.
French basting and boning for only f 10. Usual
price for system complete, J5. Mrs. M. E.
R RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
in tne larse buuding on Second avenue.
FOR RENT FOCR-KOOM FLAT IN GOOD
location. Reasonable terms. Apply E.
IJIOR RENT FT'RNISHED ROOM SUITA
ble for two or four persons at ".JIG Thir
"DIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
1 able for one or two persons. Call at i'-V
FOR RENT A IIOCSE OF FIVE ROOMS
and burn. AimW to J TV liw.i.- srni
IflOK RENT A STORE IX THE HKST IX
cation in the city of Rook Island. Suita
alile for all kinds of business. Inquire M. It S.,
T7K)R RENT A HANDSOMELY FCR-
aL nihfil riMirti in iriwul Lua.itinn ;.. ii.,
one or two gentlemen. Address '"111" Thk
FOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
building, corner Fifth avenue and TliiTv
lirst street, opixtsite C. R I. & P. deroi. For
p:irticul:irs cull at shoe store of Peterson or
Keidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde block.
POR SALE-DRY AND GREEN KINDLING
L at McKown's.
TTKJR SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
X Sixth avenue. Apply on premises.
TJIOR SALE -GRAVEL FOR WALKS AND
-I drives. Telephone UM. McKown's coal
FOR SALj:-A LARGE SECOND HAND
rt-f rigerator in good order at Allen. My
FOR SALE A FINE BUILDING LOT IN
South Park below cost if taken soon. Call
at South Park grocery or an at this olllue.
FIR SALE HICKORY SHOP WOOD AT
Mutual Wheel company. Molii'o. De
livered to :iny part of Ri.-k Island for JI.7S per
load. Telephone order to 21 ; I Moline.
T7K)K SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT, EAST
1- front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees aud shni!s on lot. water and
sewer. Anp!y at 3ite, Fifth avenue or on
premises. o Thirty-eighth street:
I OST-A DROP WEIGHT OF A WAGON,
i Finder return to iioulevard grocery.
LIOUND-A PAIR OF TONGS. OWNER
can nave same by paying charges at this
r OST-A SILVER WATCH HETWEEN
s Third and fourth avenues onTw-nty-iirst
street. Finder lea e at this offlce and receive
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand goods: also goods handle!
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture. Ik-(.ire Imying. give me a call 1511
Second avenue. Kock Island.
ttlfiO TO AXY MAN OR WOMAN WE
'"v" cannot teach to draw a cravon
portrait by our patent method In three lessons.
We pay our pupils tin to fl" per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
TRISHMEN ALL WANT A COPY OF THE
famous lithograph. -English Argument on
Irish Soil: Insh Argument on American Soil."
History of Ireland at a glance: a work of art:
sells on ight. Agents wanted in every city
and town. Write for terms and descriptive
circulars. Columbia Art company, n Dear
born street. Chicago.
1JHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE, OF THE
hand Mme. Frank, the scirniifie palmist
and thorough gmduate in the wience of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, alt hough a palmist, is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands the band, the lines with all tliir twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and also the
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament and the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to tb'tse who
call upon her. from a aciemirta standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual labor and in what occupation aV;v will
be the most successful; also their proper mate
in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and Is considered a very
succcrui and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is assisted bv the world s
renowned palmist. Pn.f. Franks from the Inl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various pu.nlinir and sketches of hands of
dinerent people and professions. Public In
tiled. Parlor IKJu Third aveuue.
arc. alr Hulk lasics iw
mm m ttm itsta. Tata
lb JP ta ummm m ntaln. I iim.l.E mm
fUUL. tftt Twli Bill. tal.
1725 Second Ave.
The Political Band
At present serenading Uncle Sam is
enough to drive the old man crazy.
Some ot 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 ctzy to keep the tie-'
mand supplied. These are genuine
bargains when a dollar gets more value
than in any other store in Kock Island
The iiuk'nif nt of PiirisViYe the nalin of
beauty to Venus. We have bought the
judgment of Paris in alt the dainty acecs
aories of a lady's toilet for the tielitl.t of our
patrons which we are now disphivini; in
eleeant graduating fabrics. Note the 'fol
lowing: In wash fabrics, such as doited
Swisses, mulls, India linens batists, Per
sian lawns, etc, and have a complete
Sik and Worsteds.
White China wash silk, wo th COo, now.. 35C
While r hint Wcsh Silk. S7 Inch, wortl Aft,.
75c, now..... J7V
:i8-inrh pilk. finest Hcmkttl (cre-n) OQ
woitli Sic, now 0ll
40inrh cream all wool Uatint, worlh rjc. I.
-lnrh cream all wool Creiwn, w orth Tic, .gfj
Ki-inrh diMinic Silk War.i, worth f 125. QJjg
-inch filii ttle H.itlst. rrram, li;,-ht Cei
blue aud pink, worth 73c, now v.b
Flees and Banting.
Headquarters for flags and bunting. Hav
ing anticipated a big advance in ftags, we
were fortunate enou;h to place our orders
early. We offer over 'J.000 dozen liest iim!
ity Mass at less than jobbers' prices.
Flas from lc a iIkwii ami up.
I-uge bunting ll;u,'s at lowest possible
lied, white and blue paper festooning at
aoc per noil or iu yarns.
We have received for our summer trade
nearly two car loads of filossware of oil
kinds, and are now showing 10 different
styli-s of glasses. The large trade that we
have had in this line has inlluenced us to
put on tale one more lot of those fine
tumblers, water pitchers, salad disiia, etc.,
at ificcs that will move them iu short or
der. Here are some of the prices:
Bmt flint tumblers, worth Sa. each i?C
Brtfl nt tunb'er. Imitatloa ea. worth 9n
Beat flitt tamMerp, choice of ccgravin? c .
wor.h lUc, at 3C
Oar-btif jallon water pi'tlKra, worth S5c. Qq
6 fnrb palad dihee, lmitatioa cut wotta ft.
7-inravala! diha. imltioa cut. worth IE.
rfic. at IOC
-inr.h orange towlc, imitation o it, worth
G'ara fruit ba'kela with wire handle, Ofko
We rent Crockery and GUwware for par
ties and excursions.
Mid-Season Sale -
Over 20,000 Rolls
Of NEW WALL PAPER now in stock. Our shelves are
crowded ; our floor space is covered with great piles, reach
ing almost to the ceiling. We most dispose ot the greater
part of this gigantic stock within the next 80 days, and in
order to be sure of doing so we have determined to make
prices as attractive as the stock is handsome. Over 50
kinds, suitable for kitchen, dining room, halls, sitting
room, not in the combination, worth fiom 10c to 50c per
roll, daring this sale
ONLY 3c PER ROLL.
Over 25 styles wall, ceiling and frieze to matoh. latest
coloring, handsome patterns. 5c a roll. 9-lnch borders 2o
per roll. Over 60 styles all new patterns, gilt and glim
mer in combination, 8c to 10c per roll, suitable for stores,
oflWs. halls, parlor, bed room, dining room, etc.
Over 25 stjles of kitchen papers from. 5c to 8c per roll
50 bed room sc to 25c per ro.I
-50 dining room 8c to 50c per roll
75 parlor papers 8c to 75c per roll
30 hall "8c to 50c per roll
One vuit to onr store will convince yon that our prices are
always the lowest, and that we have the largest selection
of all grades ot wall paper from 3j to ' a roll.
R. CRAMPT0N &
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWAtSII
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. in 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomackcr Piano.
Jtt the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1345, 1851, and again
At the American institute in New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1818.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD CONTINUOUSLY FOU 28 TEAKS AT
Wallace's Music Store 3?i8m
THE "CLEVELAND" FIRST IN Quality.
Don't let aiijoff hand, easy poing reverie of recklessness iroinpt an utter disreeard of
business irinci1es. anil caiiMV you to telephone your liutclier or your wile's milliner to
"solid tip a liit-yele.'' Jietler buy of someone who knows a little more in regard to what
the wheels lie tells are iniule of, and bow Uicy are made.
We do not claim to know aiiytl.ina- about dry C'xsls, hut we can tt-ll you what a
bicycle is worth, without lookiin; at the name plate, or the maker's advertisement. If you
buy your wheej of ns. you w ill be satisfied.
WE SELL ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, and have wheel at 545, f55, J65
$75 and $100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them for.
M. 0. Grlswold d Co., 1510 Second Ave.
A week of the greatest Millinery
Selling ever hcarl of. The
Lowness tf Prices Las
never been equalled
ia the history ,
To hlodred ljr!l-h Trimnx-1 .hort hk pmilor. In htte atwt l.lark, rin.irrlr lr;mn4
with Fniici Kiowei. i ii:i. i hilT m.ete., bU that aiyrelifor !iil , tbi mr. k t tm
at SI 4 ini humir A rj li u.l. (law. iuriw rt wnli tnr CeiMli ,wf. all A '-
r. vmm !,) i.nr r ir. ko ai li 4". S3 Hi and V. TV., hivAnt Utamed li;h'.m li'. in Ma k
anl hne, rty 'l-hijr t'lnai 1 ia iw r, ribbon.. r. Alu.eitai. tie , x" H . ti-
ktt &. Mr iIm-oi munr ntM,r wlodo- t.'MMrcn'a rikboa trimmel rrb-M at'a ta Kbit,
brown a d mjt, Sis Lidlca' iiMni uimmed ateaar aallun la abiw;, Jc
hirt Wai't fr'm OH. n
) Hi'k ncry M,lxt
Waiat tote week.
Tb nattlcat, prettiest and a4 t .1 fh ahlrt
d panm-at. mr ai.d lk a'jrwajr, mr wont
' 1 prls- a oa ei, aulu. aila wm aul
Accordion Pleated Skirts
LIKE CUT, THE LATfT.
Just received a new line of Ieatlier, (iiM
and Spangled Belts at 10c.
y 80 4.V, 55c
of Wall Paper.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
ahirt W"t Mlfl'nt
Ammr m t i rxn-rt fckut
Wa rt tbir week.
w.ltta In tbalri-el lei w be found la air W
ak o lo buy If you ant al.h lo. 1 rat
be found la air Wila ,
2nd St. -1