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THE AttOPO, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1806. - .
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Too democratic votorsof Rock Island county
rm rwiuestad to tend defecates to tbe eounty
eoaventioa. to b bekl mt tbe court house. In
Ihm elty of Rook bland, la said county.
Wednesday. June IT, l. at II o'clock a. m..
for tba purpose of aomlnatlna' candidates for
Mate attorney, circuit clerk, coroner and
sursejor: also to select delegate to tbe Mate
convention, to tbe consiessloaal convention,
and to tbe lerMstire convention, and to ap
point a democratic county committee and
elect a chairman of aucta committee, and to
transact sucb otber business a may properly
come before tbe convention. Tbe represen
tation will be one delegate for every 2S demo
cratic votes, and one additional for every
fractional 10 votes on tbe presidential vote of
vr Hynm rvi
Klrst precinct V7
Hecnnd precinct M
Third precinct 44
rlrst ward 11
FfMirtb ward .,
ffnuth KM-k Inland.
Rrrnnd precinct .
Total 4 (KM I
The primaries In tbe city of Rock liland.
city of Mollne. Mouth Mollne. Mouth Kock Isl
nnd. tllack Hawk. Coal Valley, Port Myron.
A ndalusla and Cordova w III be held at o'clock
p m., Haturday. June 13: all otber places at t
p. av. Aatarday. June II. unless sucb time Is
chaoged by townihlp committeemen.
I1trd at Kock Island. May SO. A. D.. IWS.
T.' M. Bil.vis. Chairman.
William M Esiar. Mecretary.
Te tbe rablle.
Rim'K Llad. April 7. In response to the
original request of manv people, we have con
sented to become candidates for members of
the hoard of education on tbe Issue of a
counts la tbe aupcrtatendency.
1'. II Marshaix.
R. A. PnKsLuaow.
wheal Elect law, Teas day, Jawe SO,
ror Board of Eduoatloa I ?: a MARSHALL
Wo or. a if Ament vej gats tired
of himself If ha doei not it is vim.
ply another initancs of how 'widely
ine poonc timers irom mm.
McKiklkt is a bear ia Wall street.
8a long- as McKlnley himself does not
profit by the depression he Cannes, it
Is better he should be a bear than a
lamb or a padding.
A Colorado editor has come out
with a demand that the St. Louis
platform be composed of "thoughts
ids. oreaine. words that bum." Let a
see, is asbestos on tbe free list
The Rock Island road will not be
bothered for at least 999 years about
Retting into Omaha over the Missouri
river bridge. Tbe litigation In
which tbe Kock Island and Milwau
kee have been engaged with the
laion racino growing out. of tbe
contract to use the bridge was de
cided by tbe U. S. 8uprem court
yesterday, the two Chicago compa
nies winning; and further it is an
Important victory with rights for
the somewhat extended period of
one year less man a inousana.
The Whiteside county democratic
convention yesterday 'selected the
following delegates to the state eon.
vent Ion: C. C. Johnson. F. K. Baa-
tian. F. Hodgss, Ed Devine. C.
Sturtevant. L. Dunbar. A. !. Seeley.
The delegates are instructed for Wil
liam R. Morrison for president, and
John P. Altgeld for governor. Res.
olutions were adopted Indorsing
Tresldent Cleveland's administration
and that of Gov. Altgeld. and declar
ing in favor of both gold and silver
without discrimination. The dele
gates to the senatorial convention
are Instructed for C C Johnson tor
MeKsale a Debts.
The New Tork Bun makes the sen
sational chr that McKlnley is be
log advocated for president in order
to give him an opportunity to pay
his debts. Most of tbe minor repub.
licsn bosses who went to New York
recently to argue as to MeKlaley's
financial stability found themselves
confronted by a stubborn array of
facts la the hands of the eastern re
publicans. The Sua says:
McKlnley. while governor of
Ohio, was the silent partner of one
Robert L. Walker, of Ohio, and when
Walker went to smash Feb. 17, 189S.
McKlnley. It waa fouad. had ladorsed
flll,C0O ef Walker's promissory
TWasTa-Datty. M m mi was. Woafcts,
Mi BSfSMSst la MM SLM.
so rtiiwiit. ib w wywlj ssaoTsawl
notes. McKlnley did this, although
he was worth only $10,000 in all this
wide world. The eastern republi
cans could not understand such bus
iness methods and they declared to
the minor McKlnley bosses that it
was vitally essential this year to put
up aafe man, -and they talked
and talked about a aafe man' until
things were unpleasant for the minor
McAiniey bosses. These minor
bosses ascertained also that the
eastern republicans knew bow Mc
Kinley's debts - were paid, and by
whom. Here it is in brief r
McKlnley s debt.
marc. a. hanna,
h. h. kohls a at.
nyu. t. hkkb1ck.
McKlnley a campaign.
MARC. A. HANNA.
H. H. KOHLSAAT.
MYK. T. HKKRICK.
"In other words, tbe minor Mc
Klnley bosses learned on everr hand
that their candidate was spoken of as
the mortgaged candidate,' mort
gaged not only in untold promises of
ieuerai patronage, nut mortgages in
other waya and by every tie of busi
ness and friendship to his three chief
managers and syndicators, Hanna,
Kohlaaat and Herrick, and to others.
MoKinley is tbe first aspirant for a
presidential nomination to atand be
fore the country loaded down
with obligations which, after
some fashion, even he is bound
to meet. Tbe coterie of manufac
turers and otbera who chipped in to
pay his debts; the trio, Hauna, Kohl
saet and Herrick ; their satelites, all do
not live by bread alone. They must
have their pound of flesh in return
for past favors even unto the tiniest
grain. McKinlcy remains silent and
docile in their bands; he is their crea
ture, and after all the wanderings of
the minor McKlnley bDsses in New
York and elsewhere in the east, solid
business republicans say that
they are amazed at tbe au
dacity of Hanna, Kohlsaat and Her
rick in springing such a candidate
upon the countrv.
"A candidate with a fortune of
f 10,100 to indorse his silent partner's
papers for $118,000."
Tba Official CoancU Proceeding;,.
Citt Council Room. Rock Island,
May 25. The city council met pur
suant to adjournment. Mayor Knox
presiding and all the aldermen pres.
Aid. Kennedy, from the special
finance committee, submitted a re
port recommending appropriations
for the current municipal year in de
tail. Referred to the committee of
the whole, on motion of Aid. Foss.
The council went into committee
of the whole on the annual appro
priation bill, on motion of Aid. Dau
ber. Aid. Nelson in tbe chair. On
rising Aid. Kennedy offered a motion
wnicn was adopted, instructine the
city attorney to prepare an ordinance
as agreed upon by the committee of
the whole, aggregating $119,962.20
Library fund, $3,707.92: interest.
$11,450; bridge. $500; Seventh ave
nue Improvement, $900; watermains.
Sturgeon's addition, $6G2.30; Davis
Company. $6,237.20; waterworks ex
penses. $11,000; tire department,
$11,000; contingencies, $3,000; Gam
sey square, $500; Spencer square.
$700; scale house, $79.76; healtb de
partment. $2,500; Chicago Bridge &
iron company, S90; elections. SI,
500; light, $13,00'; office, $1,000;
ponce department, $10,000; salaries.
l.uw; sewers. $1,000; side streets.
rebate, $1,854.62; streets and alleys.
$5,000; sidewalks, $3,500: overdraft.
$5,827.69; shortage, $7,400.13;
iweirth street paving. $9,000; alley
improvement, $183.68; printing.
$600; river front improvement, (if
usei, $ i.woo to be deducted from
street and alley fund, $1,000 from
Aid. Winter, from tbe committee
on ordinances, reported favorably on
the ordinance granting right of way
lor posts ana wires tor tne American
telephone and Telegraph company.
Laid over on motion of Aid. Dauber.
Aid. Winter offered an ordinance
declaring lot 4, block 12, Spencer A
Case's addition, a nuisance and di
recting its abatement, etc. Immed
iate consideration was voted and the
ordinance was passed by unanimous
Aid. Foss moved to reconsider the
vote on which the American Tele
phone ordinance was laid over. Car
ried 12 to 2, and a motion by Aid.
Johnson that action be taken at once
carried. 13 to 1. The ordinance was
then adopted, 13 to 1 (Concannon) on
motion of Aid Foss.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Ken
nedy. A. D. Ht-xsiNQ, City Clerk.
Aa Eoswwsaleai Kateitaiaer.
A certain thrifty Philadelphia house-
WHO tuea to boatt that she was aliln tn
make one j:tr of brandy peaches serve
for several tea parties. The cret of it
was that ahe canned the peaches when
they were green and only partially cook
ed them. In conseanence thev were al
ways hard, so that when an unwary
from aitrmpiea to cut one witn a spoon
it senermllv flew off on tn ttA Amr
After the company had departed they
were gaineroa up, wasnea ana returned
to the brandy sirup, where they remained
until required for the next narrr. Xcw
The Ttase rev BalMbsc
Up the system is at this season. Tbe
cold weather has made unusual
drains upon the vital forces. The
blood has become impoverished and
impure, and all the functions of the
body suffer in consequence. Hood's
Sareaparilla is the treat builder, be
cause It is the one true blood part
ner ana nerve tonic.
Hood's Fills become the favorite
cathartic with all who use them.
All drogflsts. M eeats.
South Heights. May 22 Miss
Mary Weeds, of Milan, visited over
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. John
Miss Jennie Covell, who has been
sick several days, was reported bet
Clarence Stafford and Claude Gil
bert, of Green River, are visiting
entries usck lor a lew days.
B. II. Redeker. who had his leg
amputated about three months ago.
is aoie to oe around on crntcnes.
A number of the young people had
a dance last rriday evening at the
nome oi tne Misses Heme and Mary
Mrs. R. S. Silvis and Miss Mame
Silvis went to Carbon Cliff to attend
the Wining-Corbin wedding which
iook piace Wednesday.
The school picnic took place last
Friday at the grounds near the
scnool bouse, and was well attended
and an enjoyable occasion. During the
afternoon William Hayes took the
picture of those attending the pic
Tbe ladies of South Heights to the
number of 24 planned to surprise
sirs, ixeorge tucomooa, ana nelp her
ceieorate ner birtbdav. They accord
ingly called at her beautiful home on
Twelfth street and Richmond hill
Thursday afternoon. She was com
pletely taken by surprise. The
ladies presented Mrs. Richmond
with a dozen fruit plates. A delic
ious lunch was served and a very
pleasant time was had by those at
tending. Let Vm KeasoB Together.
It needs "no ghost to come and tell us" that
the sooner dypepria is remedied, tbe sooner we
hall eoj-iytbat right to which onr ancestors laid
claim in tbe declaration of independence "the
pursuit of happiness " A man bletsed with a
good digeatioa- proTlded he has enough to
Is happy. There are hosts of people with ample
means to whom the sole consolation of a healthy
nanper is denied. Hosteller's Stomach Bitten Is
a certain, prompt and thorough medicinal agent
tbrongh the nse of which sonnl digestion, and the
nerve tranquility which its distuibsnce causes.
ein be reeorered. Biliousness, malarial and kid
ney trouble, constipation, and rheumatism are
also remedied by this fine corrective or a dieo r
dered condition of tbe system. Appetite ani
eep are greatly Imcrored by it.
An Easy Bemedy,
"Oil, tlear!"x siRhcd Jlrs. Cumso as
she tossed about iu bed. "I'm suffering
ureaaiuiiy rrom insomnia."'
"(Jo to sleep and von '11 be all riirlir.
growled Mr. Cumso as he rolled over
ana began to snore again. London An
f .of the Globs for I
swail wvssi ssaw snulasi Ska -. . TH
sasaas yaya sj MeWMUSni BUV UUlgCDs M
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DS.ClRnT'j 4? A
S"1?'08 with Trade Mark "Anchor,"
a . an, AicATcT CO.. ZUFMHSt., KawTeo.
SSc and 50c For sale by Horst Vor ,
l Koeckritx, C. Spcidel. Harper honse.
k.Ph rmicy. Bock Island! HI.
Has the best equipped Bicy.
cle Repair Shop in the Trl
Cities, 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. Csrries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St.,
At R. Serin's, 803 Eighteenth
street, under Rock Island
National bank. Saits repaired,
cleaned and washed on short
notice. All work first-class.
30 years experience. Clotlt
ing called Tor and delivered.
TRT THE NEW SHOP.
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1609 THIRD AVE5UK
ANTELV-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
uvzrreM BUVbVWOIV &. IUJU t ITSl EVeOUC.
TANTEIV-A GOOD GIRL. FOR GENERAL
w w utrunrwun at SeCODQ BveilUe. AD-
WANTED A SITUATION IN TOWN OR
country: steady man: can famish best
IV r A MED SITUATION A S HOCSE-
keeper by experienced lady: can furnish
ueior references. Address "C P. Abuus
f A NTED-RFJJ A BLE MAN FOR STEADY
J Pos100: l week: no experience.
- - aw wna. uv iw;i irorc.
AflnrP am Rhtinn A- d". iss-ats t 'v.... . ...
2T . . KH s-f.s sv-w vwcsniui avivci.
a uiMsucipuis). m.
TTTANTED Af2s?XT- r iniro ivnnw
tiemen. Vuick ellinjr urticle. Good
pajr to riprht parties. Exclusive territory on
a--"" sww inv m V cuue.
VAVTED TYPEWRITING AND STENO-
( ki.huic wv io oo at nome Dy youni?
tndy experienced in law. meroaniile and' med
ical work. Will call for work. Reasonable
raits. .aiiai"sp AsuiUK.
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
S75 a month salary or large commission
seumic staple kooos oy aampie to aealers. Ez
nerienoe unneoeMiarv whia iw m ihu,..i
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin-
TXTANTED LADIES AND nENTT.TTMTTV
V who wLh to correspond for pleasure, or
wim a new to m&tromony to join tne Eastern
jwo oorresponaine Bureau. Salem. Onio.
Send two cent stanrn for descrintive drmiii.r
Address W. E. Beck, lock box Salem. Onio.
T1TANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
stcuva ncuufCK Bjitrui ew 101 1 Drrona
kTenne. The complete system embraces the
vuiuuicw lUAiruvtlUUMll culling, DlUIIk
French bastinK and boning for only tia Usual
WANTED-GOOD RELIABLE HELP OP
all kinds who ean furnish references to
nse Thb Abgus want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, ete.,
who ean eome well recommended. Try this
column (or a situation and if you are reliable
juu ui set one.
XjlOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
m uie varse ouuaing on secona avenue
fJIOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
locaviou. neasoname terms. Apply E.
TJIOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM SUITA-
oieiortwoor lour persons at 216 Thir-
T7V)R RRVT lTT'PMicwirri ortAu o T'Tm
n - - s s- av.s Ot.ll-
J- able for one or two persons. Cull at 95)
"ClOR RENT A STORE IN THE BEST LO-
cation m tne city or Kock Island. Suita-
urc mr ou kiuuk oi Business, inquire AL K. S
TViR PrVT a ni TrQs-vrTjsT v w-.x-
swaaa iu KUUU lUVailUU JSUlWiUIC IOr
one or two Kentlemen. Address "1UM Thb
X ' tllGrltvl tvwkrn in nruul 1..... .1 . . .
TjlOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
first street, opposite C, K. LAP. depot. For
ti iJ. i . 1 r-eierson or
nimu miLcneu & r,ynue mock.
FOR SAt E.
TJIOR SALE-DRY AND GREEN KINDLING
A at McKowns.
jlOK SALE A GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY.
GaU at 3H3K Sixth avenue. .
SALE NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
mm. M.vuuc Aiiiy uu premises.
XjlOR SALE-GRAVEL FOR WALKS AND
uii.c. iciepnone iiw. McKown s coal
-BALE-HICKORY SHOP WOOD AT
" ircei vumpanv. Mollne. De
livered to any part of Rock Wand for tl.Tb per
load. Teleohnne order to iti uHv.r.
XjTOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
A- front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front Fruit trees and shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Appiy at Fifth avenue or on
" cmara, ws i uxny-eiynin street.
XIOUND A PAIR OF TONGS. OWNER
A- can have same by paying charges at this
Ta0Zz 5I,VE WATCH BETWEEN
. "cuuci on i wentv-nrst
Htreet. Finder leave at this office and receive
T OST-AN EAR-RING WITH DIAMOND
Ai settinit. either at Watch Tower or be
tween Warners residence on Fifth avenue
JSXwenty"eiKhtn-street- nder leave at
2KI6 Fifth avenue and be rewarded.
HARRY R UtVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
. r bii kuiw, uanoiea
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur-
. imm. uujuik, mve me a call loll
Second avenue.Roek Island.
WITa UI;'r ' fim PART TIME AND
V " nerviees vou enn hue. i.. , ..... . i i l .
manufacturinir business. I will miarantee you
at least tlao monthly. You wUi not require ex
perience. Call at IU08 First avenue
$100 A?Y MAN OR WOMAN WE
. . w-w,aa t,v UiSW B CITi VOU
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
."-.'--'"'" e; 'o us per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
fit frnr nnn nariimi ft . m
lvu,nis- nermaQn OL mpt-
monr. 213 South Sixth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
TRISHMEN ALL WANT A COPY OF THE
. . , , v American won.
History of Ireland at a glance: a work of art:
' j . in every elty
and town- W rite for terms and descriptive
circulars, rnlmnh a A .7 . . i. . i . c
born street: rchlSSi " "
PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
,Sand Mme. Franks, the scientific palmist
and thorough graduate In the science of chir
omancy .line. Franks, although a palmist is
'"Tn" 'teller. She thoroughly unde"
and turns the texture of the sldn and also the
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
tiiCbfheKtempera,nent Drt theabiui
i n ..T?eL,OT .Khe can reveal to those who
-hi,SE?n.i, r' ,rom. 'entiao standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental o
a"iiabor ih! m what occupation they will
be the mmt successful: also their proper mate
",ev Mme- Franks has practiced to both
man w constoered a vrrv
f'n1irestln5 lecturer and readeV
n'oJ'uT "nrr? tne worw s
- " a- lamw irom me isi-
and of Cyprus who will exhibit to the public
Tsrions paintings and sketches of hands of
7eIenL.p?oplf Pfo'ewdons. Pnbiio In
vited. Parlors 181U Third avenue.
CLAIR VOY AN T8.
C LA ntm A NT REMOV H FROM CORXER
Sixth and Brady streets to 214 East
Seventh street. Davenport. Located perma
nently. ANNOCNCEMENT EXTRA ORDIN A R Y
Madam Desarmeaux. the famous clair
voyant and magnetic healer, has returned to
this elty for a short time only. She is a pro
phetess of world wide repute, te irtfted by
nature with a power that excites the wonder
and acmiratioa or even the most skeptical
It you have lost faith and riven up in despair
because of former failures tii .nmuif in
vited to call and be convinced that there is at
least one true medium in your midst. By her
power she ean ruarantee to restore lost aSee
tiona. causes speedy and happy marriatres and
your bitterest enemies to become your staunch
friends. Cures bur neck, drunkenness, eon
sumption, flta. rheumatism. et. Locates imt
or atosea articles, mtsrdnjr friends, documents,
hidden treasures, etc. Bustnesa strictly eonfl
deaUaL How S A aa. lot a sa. daily aad
Sundays.' Pariors at INS Fourth avenue. Bock
Island, 111. Callqulekly. It win pay yow.
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 ouly 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 Rock Island
The jndement of Paris irave flic nalm of
beauty to Venus. We have bought the
judgment of l'aris in all the dainty acces
sories of a lady's toilet for the fieliitht of our
iwuoiis, which we are now displaying in
B"""u"i launcs. jom tne 101
lowing: In wah fabrics, such as dotted
Swisses, mulls. India linens. Imtit ior.
sian lawns, etc.. and have a complete
Silks and Worsteds.
White Chins wash ailki, wo.th Mr, now..
White I hlna Wash Sllkr. S7 Inch, worth
i JC. WW.,..,.,. ........................
S8-inch silk, flnest Heniletta (cream)
mm wc, uuw.... ........ ......... ....
40-inch cream all wool Batist. worth Tie.
40-Inch cream all wool Ctepon, worth Tic,
DUW.. ....... .........................
40-inch tublime Bilk Warp, worth tl.85.
38-Inch silk stilpe Bstlst. cream, light
viuvmu iiiu, wona vac, now...
Flags and Banting.
Headquarters for uses and buntinz. Hav
ing anticipated a big advance in Hugs, we
were fortunate enough to place our orders
early. We offer over 2,000 dozen best qual
ity nags at jess man joouers' prices.
Flairs from lc a dozen and un.
Large bunting nags at lowest possible
lied, white and blue paper festooning at
sue per doii or 10 yams.
w vk.aiss Ii'i vua OUUIHICI 11 SAUtC
nearly two car loads of glossware of all
biuu9,kiiu are now snowing xoti ainercnt
Btvles Of irSaAS Tho 1
have had in this line has influenced us to
put on sale one more lot of those fine
tumblers, water pitchers, salad dislw-s. etc,
at prices that will move them in short or
der. Here are some of the prices :
Best flint ramblers, worth Se, each
Ben lint tumblers. Imitation en', worth
Best flict tamb!e, choice of enrravioc
worth 10c, at
Or -half faHoa water pi'chcrs, worth 15c,
Inch salad diehes, imitatioa cut, worth
T-rnca salad disbas, iaitatioa cot, worth
S-inch orange howls, tmltatloa et. worth
4UCS1 .-. "
Glass fro it kasketa with win taadle.
worth 0c, at
We rent Crockery and Glassware for par
ties and excursiooa.
YOUflC h UcCOUBS.
of Wall Paper.
Over 20,000 JRolls
Of NEW WALL TAPES bow ia stock. Our shelves are
crowded: our floor space is covered with great piles, reach
ing almost to the ceiling. We mast dispose of the rreater
part of this srigantic stock within tbe next 30 days, and in
order to be sure of doing ao we have determined to mace
prices as attractive as the stock is handsome. Over 60
kinds, suitable for kitchen, dining room, halls, sitting
room, not ia the combinaUon. worth from 10c to 50c per
roll, during this sale
ONLY 3c PER ROLL.
Over 25 styles wall, ceiling and frieze to match, latest
coloring, handsome patterns, 5c a roll. 9-inch borders 2o
per roll. Over 64 styles all new patterns, gilt and glim
mer in combination. 8a tn in nr mil ...:..t.i. .-
ofues. halls, parlor, bed room, dining room. etc.
Over 25 styles of kitchen papers from 5c to 8c par roll -
60 bedroom 6c to 25c per roll
50 dining room " 8c to 60c per roll
30 hall .. 8c to 50c per roll
Une visit to onr store will convince you that cur prices are
always the lowest, and that we have the largest selection
of all grades ot wall paper from 3 j to 2 a roll.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
n.?w1wt'-n!!eir ,cel6brit7 0lel7 o of Merit. Whererer
publicly exhibited in competition they have invariably received
THE HIGHEST AWAItli
e. Internoal Kxhibition at Crystal Palace. N. Y.. in 1853.
over 100 pianos on exhibition-First Prie to the Schoroacker Piano,
in 1874 FrankllB Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858. and again
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 Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COaTTIXCGTJSLT fOB 28 TEAKS AT
Wallace's Music Store lSssAm
THE "CLEVELAND" first in quality.
Don't let siiToflf hand, easv eoinir reverie
business iirinriplt-i. and caute vou to telpDhoim vonr Imtr-liM-nr mm wifn's tnillinor tn
"send up a bicycle.-' Itetto buy of someone who knows a little more In regard to what
the wheels he sells are made of. and how they are made.
We do not claim to know anvUiIns
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name
buy your wheel of us. you will be satisfied.
S5 and 8100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them fur.
M. 0. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
A week of the greatest Millinery
Lowness cf Prites baa
never been equalled
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with sri' o mTrVb,b,?',
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hlrt Wsi.t ses GiTn
sws wi:a rrerr Milrt
Waist this week.
nrt a 7Z J, T. i iwo hind red trimmed ltHirn bs's lo Diaca
t?!mi 1 J "?fIMd '""w rs,rikaons. "fee. aixirtiai. te . so st Si . otn i mm.
broLd .V lB,0: J."'00 C"'sr7rt riaboV'trlmiS ihXl k.ts la watts,
torowa 'd os, 25c L idles' nbboo blstmed .,- mm l. hM. aae.
.rJ! f'-7!Jj?? mo" t,1'A hlrt w.lsts la Ihs trilne w V. be fouod la oar Waist
aJnrV?.,-? jrl!?0 T",VLT- ' wont aa oa to bny if -ou d n t wlra to. Orsat rs
SsetioB la price, oa cape., suits, aila w alM. aa4 MpaVatea .kuu.
Accordion Pleated Skirts
LIKE CUT, TBE LATasT.
Just received a new line of Leather, Gold
and Spangled Belts at lCc, 2!x,
35c, tie, 55c and 75c
of nvklpsaniMis nmmtit in ntu-r 1irMrsnl .r
ahnnt Hrv vnoria I i ara mn utl . - !,. .
plate, or the maker's advertisement. If yon
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Shirt Wi!-t a, ts 0Ta
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Wast tou wars.
114 W. 2nd St. DAYESPOETT.