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THE ABGUP,THUJKSPAr, MAY 28, 1896
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Tbcrsdat, Mat 28, 189.
Biwmlli Camty Oaraatlaa.
The detaneratie totersof Rock Inland eounti
ara rnotei to wwl delrirates to tbe eouaty
contention, to b held at tb court houne. In
tha elty f Rock Intend, In MtM county
Wednoriav. June 17, t4. at II o'clock a. m.
fur tha purnn of nomloatlnr candidate tor
slate's attorney, circuit clerk, coroner and
sunator. also to clect delegates to the state
convention, to the onvrcwional convention,
and to tbe IrvMatitra convention, and to ap
point a democratic county committee and
elect a chairman of auca committee, and to
transact Mich other business a may properly
coma before tbe convention. Tbe represen-
tatlon will be one delegate for every 3 demo
cratic vote, and one additional for every
fractional in votes on tbe presidential vote ot
roraova 3 a
t'oe M 4
a anna Creek 4
Zuma n: 3
fort Hvron S3 I
r"irt precinct V7 4
Wccond precinct Ut t
Third precinct 44 2
Mrl ward 110 M
Kt-oofwl ward 7
Third ward W4 7
Koiirtb ward 115
Firth ward 1
Sinn ward I VI
Mrtnih ward mi
Hth Mollne 1x0
t'lnrt want 17
Third ward SU
f ourth ward
ninth wanl hi
heventh ward Ill
Mouth Kck inland l:il
Hla-k Hawk l et
'! Valley It
Rural J I
KlrM precinct KY 3
Hccril precinct M 5
Amtnlti.is 47 3
MtilTiilo lriiirie lis 5
Krury SI 3
Total 4UI t
The primaries In the cltv of Rock l-Jand
elty of Mollne. South Mollne, South Kock Isl
and. Illitek lluwk. t oal Valley. Port Hvron
Andalnola aiwl t'onluia will be held at So clock
p. m., Mattinla. June 1.1: all other places at S
p. m.. Baturrl.iv. June 1.1. unle- such time in
ehanired by low ahlp committeemen.
Dutrd at liock Mumt May 2 A. It.. It.
T. M. 8 1 1. vis. Chairman.
Wn.l.itw M Estav. rtecrrtary.
anol rieetlaaj Taeaday, J see SO.
- ... 1 1'. 14. MARSHALL.
" iR A. IIO.N A UJHOM
Tiik Chicso Chronicle today celo.
rates lis tirat birthday anniversary
Its record is one to be "proud of.
The corner stoat of the eastern
Illinois State Normal school at
Charleston was laid yesterday. Got
Attgelil and stall being present.
Til.t.MA hail his way in the South
Carolina convention and refused to
allow the passage of a resolution
gainst bolting at Chicago. Thin
Mouth Carolina and Missouri, the
states which ars leading tbe silver
mission into Kentucky, have both
aignilied in their conventions their
readiness to bolt if they cannot have
their wsy at Chicago Louisville
Tub sanitary auxiliary of the 1 1 1 i
nois board ot health is paying special
attention to sanitation in the public
scnooi. i ne association nas adopted
a resolution recommending that spe
cial attention ie pain to tbo iiBvst
ral rjualilications of teachers and that
a thorough Knowledge of hjgicne be
included in tbe requirements of
teachers. It has also recommended
placing all public schools under med
ical supervision and inspection.
Mill loins (Hntloeaa.
Pome rrtru iH arc rather slow to adapt
srtrniwlvc In tin ill rn Rauio killing iui
plenums. A J-'nrvst and Stream corr
apntidi'tit pit a li tti r from New Bruus
wick tli t.tlur ibiy which said that
flintlis k Kt-nswero still In use up in
that country. Tim letter was from
storekeeper, who said that the store
had carrietl a supply of gun flints ever
sinee it had been started by las grand'
father, away tuck in lsatl. iTobably he
Wonld I. . trade, if he cud not have
them in stm-k. It U not improbable that
Indians in the north wood if Canada
Still use rintlork guns, but to use them
s near New York as is New Brunswick
A flntVw-k gnn Kside a mndrrn
hatnmrrless gun makes a mntrat ant
to be remembered. It has lren pmpnsed
mire than once that sportsmen, instead
of Using snrh deadly weannns as mod
em guns, take- up the old bnw and r-
row or snme of hr primitive weapon.
The sportsman that hail killetl a modern
deer with that ancient weapon could
any that lie was as good a hunter as
an jbidy. Tlier are few or not 10 that
can boa't of such a kilL
t afartaaata 4 kaage.
Tho substitution ! unowoni for an'
oth r cr th t illicit .u t f 4i word
freiiurntly 4nti)iri to spoil tueeflectof
an orator a elsiu'ncv.
Tears agt th- re was a military cele
bration, in the coarse of which Various
popular military organizations and rcgi
ments were tnade the subjects for ora
ttnvis, culneiea arxl toaeta. One enthusi
astir atlruirrr cf the -Salem Light In
fan try" h.td carefully prepared toast
Which he was sore wonld swell titt
bnrti of those connected with the com
pany in question with pride and joy.
Be proprwed to begin as follows: "To
the Salem Light infantry! Let the ene
mies of oar country look on such troops
Unfortunately, when the time for the
delivery cf bia toast came, his wits de
'The Salem Light infantry!" he
faltered, "The Salem Light infantry!
Let oar country look on such troops and
tremble!" Youth's Companion,
It is impossible to exaggerate the im
mense indebtedness of hnglish poetry
Bud Italian poetry to tbo Apocrypha.
Tbe beautiful lines of Young in his
Dot tbe'.r hearts wtmaded, like tbe woonded
Coon el-jse; wbere passed the shaft no trace is
are evidently to be traced to the verse
in tho" Book ot Wisdom," "Aswhenan
arrow is shot at a msrk, it parteth the
air, that immediately comcth together
again, so tbat a man cannot know
wheroitwent through." Tho famous
"Hymn cf Praise" in Milton's "Para'
disc" is cletrly modeled after the "Bcne-
dicite," or tho "Song of the Three
Children," in tho Apocrypha, as in the
Bia praiHc, ys winds, that from four quarters
Breathe soft or lend, and wavo ye tops, ye
With every plant. In sign of worship, ware.
It is also to the Apocrypha as to the
book tf Proverbs wo owe many maxims
which have become household words in
our language and in tbe languages of all
Mvilized nations. In the first book of
Esdrns, for example, chapter iv, 41. we
find, as the revist-rs correctly render it,
"Great is truth, and strong above all
things." Here the Latin Vulgate has it.
.Magna rt veritus, et pncvalct,
which last word has been in the process
of time converted into "prsevalebit.
and becomo proverbial in the civilized
world. Gentleman's Magazine.
Be Was a Little Itatchman.
I heard a good old (xerman giving his
little grand in a lowon in English the
other day, says a writer in tho San
Francisco Post. Tho old man sat tilted
back in a chair against the sunny side
of tlit housu smoking his pipe, while
little Paul plavrd on his lap and the
collie Jsj frisked nbout them.
Come, Yoel Here, Yoc!" colled tbe
The old man knew tlmt Yoe was not
the KngliNh pronunciation of Joe, so he
undertook to correct tho little fellow.
"No, gran'pa's lioy don't sav him
right," laughed tho old man. "You
mustn't say Yce. Say 'Yoe. "
"Ytie," repeated the child.
"I'm Traid, Puulie, you vas a Dutch
man mid can t say ioe." Now look nt
gran'pa und say him right. Say 'Yoe, "
I he child watched the old man s
mouth and then repeated "Yoe."
1 1 ink, Paulie, your tongue vas too
t irk. Yon vas gran'pa's little Dutch'
mnn nnd ran t snv Yoe. "
Then they both laughed and the little
toy called :
"Here, Yoe! Here, Yoe!"
The Philadelphia Record tells of
arhisdteaclier who was instructing
class of boy in geography. Everything
went well until, in order to make tho
mutter plainer, she took an ordinary
globo and, pointing to tlm orttoii eon
taining Ihn United States, asked her
class where she would coino out if she
should start from Philadelphia and go
straight through the earth. .She knew
they would all say China, but she
want i d to see which of her scholars
would answer first. She waited fully a
minuto and no answer enme. Away back
in tho room n grimy hand was finally
lielil np. "Well, IJavid," she, asked.
"where would I eoiiie out if I should go
strnight though the earth from here?'
Tho silence was growing thicker every
second. "Please, Miss Maude, you
wonld come out of the hole," was the
reply, and the class in geography was
ilismtsKed for the dav.
A Ring Island.
Many coral reef itdands in tho Pacific
are in the form of more or less perfect
rings or ovals, inclosing higcotiK. lie
centlyn description was presented to the
Royal CJeographical society cf the ring
islaud of rtiunfou, halfway between
Fiji and Samoa, which is not a coral
re'f but a volcanic ring inclosing
crater containing a lake two mili-s in
diameter. Townrd tho sea the ring is
bordi red with walls of black lava, and
on the inner side these break down in
cliffs 200 to 300 feet in height An
erupt iou in 1880 formed a peninsula on
the eastern side of the lake. While the
ocean outside is trembling and thunder
ing under a heavy wind the lake re
mains smooth or is simply wrinkled
with ripples. i outh s Companion.
There ara Mae Ways of Skinning aa Eel
Tbaa oae. This, of conrre, I so newa to vete
raaflaherawa who clean their own fish. Bat
there It always a best way in evcr thing. Tbe
beat way to everrome or prevent malaria, to con
qner iacip'rnt ibeamatitm or kidney trouble.
aa1 to relieve dyaprptia. MIlioeMefs. coestlpa-
tioa and nervous aesa, is to brain wltnont delay,
tnd to pareae rtetdilv and rcgniarly, the g of
Hosteller's Stomach Bitter, a standard medicine
Indoraei by mrdlcal men everywhere. It
trensthena tbe eyelem aad improves the aspe
Ute aad elerp of those who employ It a a rettora
Uva, and avcompllbas bealtb-glving resolTt
which fairly astninh those previoosly anae
H tainted with its efficiency. Invalids of all sorts
testify lalia behalf. It lathe trailing tonic of
Hi eklaa'e Araftsa waive
Tha beat salve ia tha world for
eats, braises, sores, aloers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cores
piles or bo pay rea aired. It Is gaar
tnteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
acme refanrltal. Prloa M eeats per
boa. Forsajj by Harts UUsmsyar.
Ohildren Cry for
A GREAT REMEDY
War Saflarera Froaa PUea.
Dr. Redmond, a specialist in the
tndy and treatment ot piles and rec
tal diseases, recently stated that the
ryramia rue care, tbe new discov
ery for the care of piles, was the
moat remarkable remedy he had ever
seen or tried in one respect, and that
was me instant relief experienced in
all cases, no matter how severe.
from the moment the remedy was
applied. This was the more sur
prising to him because he had care
tally analyzed the preparation and
no trace ot opium, cocaine or similar
poison could be detected.
rnvBicians loot with great favor
upon the Pyramid Pile Cure, because
it is rapidly taking the place of sur
gical operations and because it is fo
simple, so easily applied and con
tains no mineral or other poisons so
commonly nsed in pile cares.
ut. csterorooit reports lost toe
Pyramid Pile Care not only cures the
various forms of piles, bnt never
fails to give immediate relief on the
iirsl application, no matter how se
vere the pain or discomfort may be
feopie who cave suffered from
piles for years are often astonished
at the instant relief exoerienced from
tbe first application. Another im
portant advantage is the fact that
anyone can use the remedy without
detention from business or interfer
ence with daily occupation. ' Sold by
druggists at ou cents per package.
bend lor tree book on cause and
care of piles.
trikmml riwai riiMl
Or. Wllllaau' Indian File Ointment will core
blind bleeding, nleereted and Itching piles. It
absorbs tha tumors, allays the Itching at once,
acta as a poultice, a-tree instant relief. Dr. Wil
li anu' Indian Pile ointment la prepared only for
piles and itching of the private parta, and nothing
else, every box is guaranteed. Bold by draff
Data, sent by mall, for BO cents and ai per box,
WUliama Manufacturing company. Proprietors,
Cleveland. Ohio. Sold by T. H. Thomas.
We are head
above all com
petitors on all
feliow more ex
or clioico nov
el ties than all
stocks of the
A fine Shirt
Waist Set given away with tvtry
Shirt Waist this week.
applied to mil
If your artis
tic soul longed
for the dainty
lowed you to
only wish tor
and you wait
ed, you have
your reward, because thi9 week's
piiors place them witbin reach of
TRIMMED HATS AT A BARGAIN.
$in oo ruts
S fo Hate
7 on Ha
ft nil Hala ... .
4 CO Half
3 00 Hal.
. 17 S(f
. S (10
. a Ml
, a .s
. 1 TS
A great opportunity while they last
ho n liatt worth
S- S and $3. go
at Sl.xa tbU
A new line of
7!c !-e and f 1,
med in late, rib
bon aod fliwera.
All tbo latest
s'ylra in Hailor
Our prices are the lowest.
Kleg rt figured Brilllantire Skirt. Tel
ve boind. oar nnal 4 bktrt for St.
Special eduction onSaitta thle week.
Black ribbin Belts, elegant bockle. 163.
VI hlte Leather Belts, 22c.
nilt Bella. c.
I.ara-eol amortment ot Ltdiee's Keck
wear in tbe c.ty.
1H W. Second St. Davenport.
lias the best equipped Bicy
cle Repair Shop- in the Trl
Cities, including the most
approved methods - and ma
chinery for brazing, bend.
in hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
foil line of Bicycle Sundries.
21S Seventeenth St.,
it W s
WANTED WASHING TO DO AT IS17
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at Kt Second avenue. Ap
ply in the forenoon.
WANTED A BITCATION IN TOWN OR
oountry: steady man: ean furnish best
ot reference: married. Address F. D,. Arccs.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOCSE
V V keeper by experienced lady: can furnish
bet of references. .Address "C. P.," ABC us
VITA NTED AGENTS: LADIES AND GEN
vv tleroen. Quick selling article. Good
pav to riirnt parties. Exclusive territory on
application at 1U0H First avenue.
AXTANTED TYPEWRITING AND STENO-
v eraohic work to do at home bv young
lady experienced in law. mercantile and med
ical work, win cau Tor worK. KeasonaDie
rates. Call at "l"AW5.
TTf ANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
V v (75 a month salary or large commission
selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Kx
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleaire. or
with a view to matromony to join the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Hureau. Salem. Ohio.
bend two cent stamp lor descriptive circular.
Address W. t- Meek. locK box . baiem, oiuo.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kellogg system at 1611 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instructions in cutting, fitting,
French basting and boning for only H0. Usual
price for system complete, f&. Mrs. M. E.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Tub Alters want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. 1 ry mis
column for a situation and if you are reliable
you will gt one.
TJIOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
A. in the Carse building on Second avenue.
TJIOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
TJIOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
AJ able for one or two persons. Call at i9
TTtOR RENT THE CITY BAKERY. IN-
-a.' quire at George W. Aster & Co s.. corner
beventecnth street and Sixth avenue.
TJIOR RENT A STORE IN THE BKST LO-
-S- cation in the city of Rock Island. Sunn
able for all kinds of business. Inquire M. R. S.
RENT A HANDSOMELY FUR-
nished room 111 good location suitable for
one or two gentlemen. Address -111" TliK
RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
building, corner Fifth avenue nnd Thirtv-
flrst street, opposite C. K. I. & P. depot. For 1
particulars cuu at snoe store of Peterson or
Rcidy Bros., room 4. Mitchell & Lynde block.
TjlOn SALE-A GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY.
i Call at ':ta Sixth avenue.
TjlOR SALE NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, S803
X? Sixth avenue. AddIv on premises.
FOR SALE A 7-KOOM. 2-STOISY HOfSE
and a lot ftixITi feet: all fruits. At a bar
gain. Address H. B.. AKi.cs.
FOR SALE HICKORY SHOP WOOD AT
Mutual Wheel company. Molinc le
livered to any part of Rock Island for JI.7S per
load. Telephone order to iI71 Molinc.
1JH3R SALE ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
businesses in Kock Island: established Id
years: profits tf.unt a yetir. A rare bargain if
taken quick. Inquire of Gordon & Uow mun.
i'A Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Apply at StKB Fifth avenue or on
premises, (art Thirty-eijchih street.
THOUND A PAIR OF TONGS. OWNER
X can have same by paying charges at this
T OST AN EAR-RING WITH DIAMOND
- setting, either at Watch Tower or be
tween Wagner's residence on Fifth avenue
and Twenty-eiKhth street. Finder leave at
rtrtn avenue and be rewarded.
TTARRY B. IRVIN, DEALER IN NEW AND
a - seconn-nand goods: also goods bandied
on commission, tasn paio lor all saleable fur
niture, llefore buying, give me a call 1511
Second avenue. Rock Inland.
TITH AHOUT !. PART TIME AND
V V services you can have interest in light
manufacturing business. I will guarantee you
at least monthly. You will not require' ex
perience. Call at litis First avenue.
TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
Cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils I0 to IS per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 313 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
X hand Mine. Franks, the scientiti
and thorough graduate in the science of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist, is
not a fortune teller. She thorouphiv nnlr.
stands the hand, the lines with ail their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and also the
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
SeV TErrtorS , WhS "eSS "revciT, IT "SSH
cau upon ner, rrom a scientific 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
In life. Mine. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is as.si.sted by the world"s
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various paintings and sketches of hands of
different people and professions. Public In
vited. Parlors 1810 Third avenue.
REMOVED FROM CORNER
J Sixth and
Itrrtdy streets to 214 East
Davenport. Located pcrma-
NNOVNCFMKNT EXTR AORIMN AKY-
voyant and magnetic beaier. has returned to
tnis citv for a snort time only. She is a pro-pbete.-s
of world wide repute, is gifted by
nature witn a power tbat excites tbe Wfnder
and admiration of even the most skeptical.
If you have lost faith and given up in despair
because of former failures feel yourself in
vited to call and be convinced tbat there is at
least one true medium in your midst. By her
power she can miarantee to restore lost affec
tions, causes speedy ami happy marriaires ami
your bitterest enemies to lecime vour-tlaunch
friends. Cures big neck, drunkenness, con
sumption, fts. rheumatism, etc. Locales
or stolen articles, miviic friends, documents,
hidden treasures, etc. ItusinesM strictly confi
dential. Hours 0 a. m. to p. m. daily and
Sundays. Parlors at I ft Fourth avenue. Rock
Island. 111. Call quickly. It will pay you.
rCCV ra!lVl rfi'tllih? 'iStaTca'aaV
Mrmmd fta Ks. sml OmU sXlke
ttk Ma nMw. Tk 1
lb Jflm mil I. swWm. I li
1725 Second Ave.
The Political Band
At present serenading Uncle Sara 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 Rock Island
The jtid?nent of Paris gave the palm of
beauty to enus. We have bought the
judgment of I'ltris in all the dainty acees-
soties of a lady's toilet for the delight of our
patrons, which we are now displaying in
elegant graduating fabrics. Xole the fid
lowing: Iu wash fabrics, such as dotted
Swisses, mulls India linens, lialists, Per
sian lawns, etc., and have a complete
Silks and Worsteds.
White China wash silks, worth 50c, now..
While China Wash Silks, 57 in h. worth
o8 inrh llk, finest
woith Mc, now
40-in-h cream all wool Batist, worth 75c,
40-inch cream all wool Cropon, worth 75c,
40-inch ftiblitnc Silk Warp, worth tt.ia,
3S-ineh sill; stupe Ratlat, cream, liL'tit
blue and pink, woitl 75c, now
Flaes and Banting.
Headquarters for flags and bunting. Hav
ing anticipated a big advance in flags, we
were fortunate enough to place our orders
"!- We offer over 2.000 dozen best qua
ity tlacs at less than jobbers' prices.
Hans from lc a dozen and up.
Large bunting tings at lowest possible
lied, white and blue paper festooning at
20c per bolt of 10 yards.
We have received for our summer trade
nearly two car loads of clirsswsre of all
kinds, and are now showing mo different
styles of glasses. The larue trade that we
have had in this line has influenced us to
put on sale one more lot of tlwisc line
tumblers, water pitchers, salad di.slies, etc.,
at prices that will move them iu Miort or
der. Here are some of the prices:
Best flint tumblers, worth be, each
Best flint tumbler, imitation ca, worth
Bt-stflict tnmlilers, choice of engraving
or:h ltto, at....
One-half gallon water pi'chera, worth SSc.
6 lorh palad dienes, imitation cut. worts
7-inch alal dishes, imitation eut, worth
S-lneh orange bowls, Ijailalion eit, worth
9lvs fmit baskets with wire Landlc.
woiia uc, at -
We rent Crockery and Glassware for par
ties and excursions. .
MUG & MOM.
Over 20,000 Rolls
Of NEW WALL PAPER now in stock. Oar shelves are
crowded ; our floor space is covered with great piles, reach
ing almost to the ceiling. We mast dispose ot the greater
part ot this gigantic stock within the next SO 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 tor kitchen, dining room, halls, sitting
room, not in the combination, worth from 10c to 50c per
roll, during this sale
ONLY 3c PER ROLL.
Over 25 styles wall, ceiling and frieze
coloring, handsome patterns, 5c a roll.
per roll. Over 60 styles all new patterns, gilt and glim
mer in combination, Rc to 10c per roll, suitable for stores,
ofii'-es. halls, parlor, bed room, dining room, et;.
Over 25 styles of kitchen papers from 5c to 8c par roll
50 bed room 5c to 25c per roll
50 dining room 8c to 60c per roll
75 parlor papers 8c to 75c per roll
80 hall 8a to 60c per roll
One vitit to oar store will convince you that our prices are
always the lowest, and that we have the largest selection
of all grades of wall paper from Si to f 2 a roll. .
R. CRAMPTON &
THE SCHOM ACKER
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE 11ICIIEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. in 185S,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858, and a?ain
in 1874. ' , 6
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 Awart
SOLD COWTIHUOCSLT FOB 28 TEAKS AT
THE "CLEVELAND" !JMUauty.
Don't let an off hand, easy going reverie
business principles, and cause you to telephone your butcher or your wife's mill im to
"send up a bicycle.' Itetter buy of someone who knows a little more iu regard to what
the wheels he sells are made of, and how they are made.
We do not claim to- know anything about dry -roods, but we can tell yon what a
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name plate, or the maker's advertisement. If you
buy your wheel of us. you will be satisfied.
WE SELb ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, and have wheels at $45, $58, f
$75 and 8100, as you like, and they are all worth v. hat we sell them for.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Simplicity In Mechanics, like Beauty In Composition, rep
resents Greatest Merit."
THESE IS NOTHING
Ttej are as strong at they are simple. Graceful and correct la
portions, handsome, durable and easv running. The ttaeat
ma e-ial under tbo prettiest finish. All stjles and only one prade
tbe highest. Artistic catalogue seat free to any aldre's. lou't
fail to write as before choosing m new mount.
W. J. KERR, Local Agent.
of Wall Paper.
to match, latest
9-inch borders 2o
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
of recklessness prompt an utter disregard ot
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