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THE AROUO,MONDir, JUNE 1, 1890
m BKklilaa, 10.
J. W. Form
m f in i h M will Ml.
artlale will to pftattt m
Mojcdaf. J cue 1, 18M.
Daaaortl Caaaty Caavaattoav.
Tn democratic voteraof Rock Inland county
re rvquevad to arod deletratea to the county
coaventtoa. to b held at th court house. In
tbs) ettr of Rock Island, la aald county.
Wednesday. Juae 17, I". at II o'clock a. Ba
tor the purpo of aotnlaatln candidates for
atats) a attorney, circuit clerk, coroner and
MirreTor: atao to select deleratea to the atate
contention, to the conrre4onal contention,
and to the leUlatiT convention, and to ap
point a democratic county committee and
elect a coalman of micb committee, and to
tranwet web other business) as may properly
rnme be fur the contention. The reprcnen
tatlon will be one delegate for every Sa demo
cratic vote, and one additional for every
fractional 10 votes on the presidential vote of
rnrdora: X3 a
' I 4
t 'afMtc Creek t t
7.i i ma. mi j
llwt Hvrfta e.1 3
'lr precinct r t
lint ward I to
Nrrund ward I 'CI
Third van! vi
t'oiirta ward lilt
Hllh arrl IO
pventb ward mi
rHith Mirflne o
Kirt ward 7
rte.ml ward sv
'o'irih wird. ..... '.ll
'lfth ward i7
Minth ward I
Hcvrmh ward m
Eolith Rock Inland HI
Mlawa Hawk I CI
lr precinct (CV 3
Hrnifld precinct M -
Anlulu-la 47 J
MiiiTnlo I -ratine ih 5
Urury M 3
Total 4 ml iB
The primaries In the city of Rock l-Jand,
city of Mollne. Mouth Mollne. Rouih Rock M
and, lllack Hawk. Coal Vallcv. 11, r...
Amlultnla and I'onlova will lhUu n .i.u.i.
p. m.. Hattinlay. June 13: all other place at S
p. m . naiumay. June 13. unless suchjlme b.
Ihited at Kock Inland. May 3. A. I)., luxt
T. . Hii.vi. Chairman.
Wll.l.Mw Mi Kumr. Hecrelary.
Schsml Electron Taeaday, Jnaa SO
For noard of Educat.o. !3S
Tnc K'Tce if Kock Island's front
yard yet it is the last to be im-
firoveil. It shonld be put off no
1 r. council oas oecn working on
tbe levee project long enough to let
T-. . r 1 1 , ,,
ine paoiic nave a little light now.
We want the river front im pro vol
wuiic we may.
GKoitiiE . Smith, cx-city clerk.
pleaded guilty to embezzling
tjuinry's exchecfjupr, and was sen-
lenceuuy juugc lionney to the pen!
tentiary for an indelinito term.
It i fnid that tho .lllor r.t tlia
New York Tribune is decidedly of the
opinion that tbe name of tbe repub
lican candidate llioulil ha anelt mtilU
an 1, thjtt is, should be Keid instead
Wsheara great deal now about
the public pulse as being greatly
stirred by the McKlnley boom. This
means mat tbe patient is in a hich
fever. The doctor must be called at
once, nr the result mar be disastrous.
Thin U one of the raws where the
faith cure will not work.
Thr tight between license and no
license in Cherry Valley, which re
sulted in a tie Tote a month ago, has
ireen seuieu dt a special election. L.
A. Stringer, license candidate for
trnstea, being elected over L. A.
Mrown, no licenxe candidate, bv a
majority of 16, giving a license ma
jority 01 one in the council.
If it irvi rth thnwhiUtof a public
ni..n to Brant an interview at all it is
n rtitinly worth lii whilo that it should
l duim wrll, and it enn Mily bo done
wrll if ho iniliwnds to stp down
frm his per! tul and ctMi rute almost
en rolli'jruc v ith the tnterriewrr. la tho
fln-t pliirr, the intervicwrr. w h hat had
a l.trire rxtMt wiM-e in his rrnft, is a
Sn-rill!if. Ke in mor likely than the
iiitcrvi e toniui,.r4f.ind the'eonditions
whirhRiitiv tho cimnfrnrtion f a sue
rrsi ;ul inf-rvievr, and thcrrfum h
should be allowed a tolerably free hand
as rrs.trrL form and arr.insrrucnt. Per
onallr, f nwrw, I alwnys take stork
a Mpiiily s I ran of the interviewee
and r.-tisult his humor in evcTTthinjr.
After all. he is the rti tuwt iuti
tnutely roiKimcl with IIh Mien-mof tho
joint iitlui'tioti. as it t name with
hirh the publie i.4 rotieeruetl uinl Hot
tlmt.if tho inSirv). w. r, who is almost
laiuuKavs in his debt f , r the ron
ce!i.iiiT theiutirview. and if hewisliee
it If mn.it In? Urxely nia-vti-r of its man
ner. I anl tmly snirtp-stinff that the
wit pUn, after the. original art of
irraeiotis eoniWrensinn ban been com
mitted, is to fiTin-i for the brief hour cf
the interview that yon area Jupiter and
the other man a black btetle. Don't
imniriniithat hn is nrn ssaiili imiuniu
attack ar aMtcaOsm. suck
Omiaioasiain aottettasl fw wj wai
antwitlt affairs political or literary.
Why, s ruing politician actually ex
plained to me how a most elementary
word should be spelled quite of his
own motion too. I was in no difficulty
whatever. In my soul I remember that
I began to sibilate "prig," but I sup
pressed quickly the nascent naughtiueKa.
- Misery la ItaJy.
From a hygienic standpoint, Italy is
probably the won't off among all the
civilized, nations. Aerording to Ftatis
tirs collected and published by ProfrsRor
BodiL who furninb.es authentic figures
covering tho entire Italian monarchy,
there are among tho 8,254 communities
of Italy I,4.4 which have water of bad
quality or in insufficient quantity. M.;re
than ime-half of all the communities,
or 4,877, have no drainage, and refuse
matter is simply thrown into the street
The conditions of homes are also very
bad in Italy, as in no other country cf
Europe are there so many people living
in cellars or basements. In 37,303 tene
ments situated below ground more than
100,000 Italians live, eat and sleep.
In 1.700 Tillages of Italy bread is not
used as rood, a muxh ox corn rolled po
lenta taking its place. Corn being fre
quently sold in deteriorated condition
causes many cases of pellagra, a sickness
peculiar to maize eating people, which
annually rouses 4,000 deaths iu the
provinces of Venetia and Lombardy. It
is estimated that more than 100,000
cases of pellegra occur annually in these
In 4.6fi5 communities of Italy meat ia
not eaten and can only be obtained from
nearby towns, since meat is so dear
that tho poor people of Italy cannot uf
ford it. Three hundred and sixty-six
communities have not even a cemetery,
their dead being buried in the churches.
for they are too poor to purchase ground
for burying purposes. Fourteen hundred
and thirty-seven Tillages have no phy
sician, a condition which is simply
dreadful, for one-third of the entire area
of Italy is subject to malarial fevers dur
ing one-half of the year.
The Oceaa'a Temperature,
The extreme range of temperature in
the ocean, according to a Royal iastitu
tion lecture by Dr. John Murray, never
rxorcd 02 degrees F., yet temperature
lias played a moro important port in
tho dixtribution of murino organisms
than in that of tho air breathing and
warm blooded animals of the land. Tho
surface waters of the ocean have five
well marked temperature areas an
arctic and nut arc tic circumpular belt
with a small range and a low temper
ature, a circumtmpical licit with a
raiull range and a high temperature.
nml two intermediate areas with largo
nnnnal roup of temperature. Vertical
ly, tho reran may to? divided into the
snperficiul region, extending down to
about 100 fathoms and tho deep sea.
The surface region, especially near tho
land, has a variety of conditions and an
abundant fauna and flora; but plant life
is absent in the uniform conditions of
the dorp sea, although animal lifo is
ubnndnnt. Tho warm surface, waters of
the tropics have mnuv species, but rela
tively few individuals, whilo tho re
verse is true in colder regions. Dr. Mur
ray accounts for all the various farts in
marine lifo distribution by supposing
that in early geological times the vholo
globe had a uniform climate and an al
most universal fauna and flora. The
rural reefs of the arctic circle in the
Paleozoic periixl were probably formed
when tho water b:ul a temperature of
uooiu o degree r .
lie Could Cook.
A Lewistou man has lieen complain.
ing lately that his wife docs not pay
enough atteuUon to cooking ' for tomor-
row." At such times his wife has re
marked, "Why don't you cook your
self?" The last time she said this was
at rmppertime Monday night. He didn't
answer, but after supper he filled tho
cook stove with wood, took off his coat
and started in. He got- her cookbook
down and began at tho commencement,
and mndo two pans of doughnuts, two
batches of biscuit, molasses gingerbread,
hasty pudding to fry for breakfast,
cook ion, torts, six ru!ard pies, boiled
vegetables for breakfast hash, and in
half an hour had tho stove covered with
dishes of all kinds. His wifo went out
into the kitchen and dropped speechless
into a rhair. At half past 1 1 that night
ho washed the last dish and closed the
dumb waiter filled with food which
compared very well with some his wife
bad mode and went to bed. The next
noon his wife handed him a bill of
$7.49, which she said was the amount
of raw material he had used tho night
before. "Arc you going to cook as much
as that every day?" she asked. Lewis-
Tk Ideal Paaarcw.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, sari: "I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
tor cougns, coias and lung com
plaints, having used it in my famMy
for the last five years, to the exclu
sion of physician' prescriptions or
otner preparations." k
Kev. jonn nurgus, Keokuk, Iowa.
writes: "I have been a minister cf
the Methodist Kpiscopal church for
60 year or more, and have never
found anything ao beneficial, or that
gave me sucn speedy relief as Dr.
ivings new Uiscoverv. Try this
weal cougn remedy now. mal bot
tles free at Harts & Lllemcycr's drng
Or. Wtlltaavs' ladlaa PUa OtuavMmt win ear
Had alaadUur, lawUtt aad tenia puea. It
tearhs UM tastera, allays tbe tteainf at oaee.
tela m a poaltlM. (tvaa laatant lattaf. Dr. WU
Uata' ladlaa fUe Off sat at prepared only lot
pile aad ttchin( af U prtvata pana, aad BoOmc
aw. Svery box hi tnanataad. Sold by dnif-
PMMhyBMU.forMeaataaad 91 a box.
Wuuaaa Btaaafaetutaa campaay. Finnlsma.
CTivalsad.OW. Said eyT-SL. Tiiiai.
Children Cry for
"Celluloid" collars and cuffs are water
proof and will not wilt with perspira
tion. You can wear them on the hot
test day or in the hottest place with
comforting knowledge that they will
look as nice when you take them off,
as they were when you put them on.
When they get soiled you can clean
them yourself in a minute, with a
damp cloth or sponge. Get the
and yonH have Hie rifsht kind.
They are imitated nf coarne, but if yoa want tha
genuine insistopoa tbaae with abov trtdf mark.
Sold every here, or send direct to on. Oillara
cent. Cuffa 1 cnU pair, nuUaffo paid. St&ta
aiv. mna sty te wanted.
TUB ( ELLI LOlD COMPAXT,
C A DA I Irt lathe beat eleaaa
fur taca svuoa.
We are head
above all com
petitors on all
sliow more ex
or choice nov
elties than all
stocks of the
A fine Shirt
Waisi Set given away with every
Shirt Waist tbis week.
applied to mil
If your artis
tic soul longed
for tbe dainty
lowed you to
only wish for
and you wait
ed, you have
your reward, because this week's
pi ices place tliem within reach of
TRIMMED HATS AT A BARGAIN.
$10 00 Hals f 7 go
8 (in Hata
7 on Ha a
4 00 Hat
A great opportunity while they last
hnn tiatn worth
I.' SO and t3. Co
at $1.5 u.la
A new line of
TSr, He and $1,
med in laoa, ria
b9 and 0. rnvra.
All tho latest
s'yles In Mailor
Our prices are the lowest
K1eg rt Flgnred Brflllanlire Skirt, vel
ve boind, oar ataal S4 nkirt tor $.
Special rednetlon on Skins tbia week.
Black Flhhon Belta, elegant bncile. 161
W bile Leather Bella, Sic.
.Ill Belta c.
Laiset aaanrtment or Lvlira! Vtck
wear in the city.
114 W. Second St, Davenport
Has the best equipped Bicy
cle Repair Shop in the Tri-
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend
incr hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
fall line of Bicycle Sundries.
. 218 Seventeenth St,
W ANTED WA8HTVO TO DO AT 1517
Fifth-end a-hu avenue.
WANTED A SITCATIO!! tS TOWN OR
country: aveady man: can famish beat
of reference; married. Address P. DAbgcb.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOCSE
keeper bT exoerieneed ladT- can fnrnivh
best of references. Address "C. P.," Abgcs
TITANTED-TILL JUNE KITH. ALL. Bi
ll ? cycle riders to use the race track at the
Rock Island Drivlnir park, from 5 to 8 p. m..
free of charge. Arthur Burrlll.
WANTED EMPLOYMENT IN STEADY
place to work at second work or lirht
work in private familv hv Antnnetent criri
(iood references (riven. Address 8. S., Thk
"I TT A XTED-MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
- w m iuvuiu wuary or taixw ixnnnuanlOB
selllnir staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
tbuuaiii'o' con-p,-y 57 w- fonnb street, Cin-
W ANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to matromonv to join the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
Send two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
II ilH rem IV 1.' Uu, ... .... i (i- c i rtui-
TANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
- . - ... .... u 111'UVKK BICQI II mil OCCWHI
twnn. Tk. M.,mnla.A . ..... v. . .
.j. iv .j b.isi.ui nuuiwc L I1C
model, complete initructionsin cutting, fitting.
r iciiuu uaniuuc ana Doning ior only tilt Usual
price tor system complete, fa. Mrs. 1L E.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OP
all kinds who can furnish references to
use This Ahgtts want eninmn rniu km re
ceived at this ome-e daily for domestic, etc.
nu vnu come weu TecommenuRa. Try this
column for a situation and if vou arc reliable
you will get one.
"CIOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
-M- in ine i rne nni ininiy on hamiwi &vemiA
"CIOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
. location, treasonable terms. Apply E.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
able for one or two persons. Call at IKS
Second avenue. .
XjX)R RENT THE CITY BAKERY. IN-
-i - ... ''"- v. ... ji.iti a s., vurucr
Seventeenth street and Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT A STORE IN THE BEST Lo
cution in the city of Rock Island. Sui ta
il me ior au kinds of business. Inquire M. R. S.
FOR SAI E.
SALE--A GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY.
Call at Sixth avenue.
"CIOR SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOU8E( tgOS
ouuiaicuuc. a iipiy on premises.
!OR SALE CHEAP: LARGE STORE CUR-
tains, almost new. 7S6 Fourteenth street.
"COR SALE-iA 7-ROOM. 2-STORY HOUSE
A. and a lot OixlTJ feel; all fruits. At a har-
iraiu. Auuress H. H., AHUl'S.
"CIOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
businesses in Kock Island: estahlisbed 10
years: pronts ifo.ixni a year. A rare bargain if
iKea quicic iniuire oi uoraon & Howniun,
S.'4 Seventeenth street.
"CIOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
-a- fnmt. new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees aad shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Apply at. iwua filth avenue or on
premises. c mirty-eiKhih street.
LiOrND A PAIR OF TONGS. OWNER
A can have same by paying charges at tbis
TVRESS PATTEBMS-MIBS M urmmv o
U dress patterns have arrived from Paris
muu an i.tj ccu ui aer puriors.
T OST-AN EAR-RING WITH DIAMOND
- - seiiinir. euner at, vv atcn Tower or be
tween Wairner's residence on Fifth avenue
and Twenty-einhth street. Finder leave at
-w r ma avenue ana tie rewarded.
T OST AT THR IVIHMPB cirvvv
1 i teenth street and Second avenue, a black
brocaded moire antique silk cape with let
trimminirs. Keturn to Mrs. G. W. Cash, 1WM
r,i;iiiu avenue, una receive reward.
TTARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
-a m. seconu-nana rooax: also Roods bandied
on commission, (..'ash paid for ail saleable f ur-
nnure. neiore nuyinft. arive me a call 1511
oeiwog avenue, kock isiana.
Illrt TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
PAW cannot teach fb draw a crayon
y. in, run oy our patent method in three lessons.
W e pay our pupils Sin to IH per week to work
for uh at borne, eveninirs or spare time. Sefld
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey-
nmlir. 913 Smith Ki.th .ihu., ih.:i i nl
, 0.., x uiuHiciiiiia, arak
PHRENOIXK1ICAL SCIENCE OP THE
hand Muie. Franks, tbe scientific palmist
and thorough Kraduate in the science of chir-
omaccy. Mme. Franks, altboimb a palmist, is
in iiiriuni; teiier. sac thoroughly under
stands the hand, tbe lines with all their twists
.m. iv.iuiciinun; shin ana also the
shape and sux. which is a rteeeasitv to reveal
the character, the temperament and the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
call upon her, from a sclent itte 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. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Kurope anil America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She Is assisted bv tbe world s
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from tbe Isl-
lllfl tt Cvuniu U' K. vill : . i . . . . . .
- . i- - - " " "i cjiuiuii lo IDf PUD11C
vanous palntmjfs and sketches of bands or
. - t " Miiiicwiuti. ruuuo in
vited. Parlors 1S1U Third avenue.
rtL A IROY A NT REMOVED FROM CORNER
.iq anu nrauy streets to 214 East
Seventh street, Davenport. Located perma
nently. A OK,Ti T ACTIVE AND RELIABLE
wi" nna permanent, prolitable employ
ment selling our unrivalled stock. Fall can
vasinir season just opened. Outbt free.
W eekly payments. Apply KUwanger A- Barry,
nurserymen. Rochester. N Y
A U'l-.m IWw.,vmA . . .
- - iiit. lamous ciinr-
v"vnt nl magnetic healer, has returned to
...... v.,., . s.. ,. , ,r niy. Mde is a pro
phetess f . world wide repine, is gifted by
r . . r Aciies tnc wonoer
and admiration of even the most skeptical.
If Villi h,f. Li.1 ffvi.k -.A i . .i
-- , . ' ii:n up in oespair
because of former fadures feel yourself in
vited to call and tie convinced that there is at
least one true medium in your midst. Hv ber
power she ran guarantee to restore lost affec-
tlllTI H.IMM mwt .
-V.T.. - "piy mamages ana
your bitterest enemies to become your staunch
imh ".-.-a. urunitennesH. con
sumption. IILs. rbcuniatism. etc. Locate bst
r . aiu.-fjK ineiuis. ooeumenls.
nifklen truit. o it... . . ... . ..
. . , . . : ;. - - "uHiaaniiKiiivctinu-
dentiaL Iloura a. m. to V p. m. daily and
Sunday Parlors at 1525 Fourth avenue. Rock
.w M ijitu ai. ii wui pay you.
Iraai.a. of thU aiod ia the aaarket Tbe oruruasl
anl oaly giaatna 1'nnri xltatioh. Ask
yw dru glial tr be Vt knap them. Writ airect
ta a and we will aeoa It tUract apaw renetiit ml
9i. eeaiea. oy aaau prepao. A. 4. Belaa
b nana aad Taanlj -third all t. Beck
1725 Second Ave.
5 Per Cent
Of. Our Total
"Sales This Week
to go to the
Wash Dress Stuffs.
India linens we start them at 5c, 7c,
yard and op. , -v
Orgaoales and dlmltfka in lenfrtba from
a to 12 yMtdv worth op to 12tc your
choice this week...
French flannels for dreafinp aacks and
outing drra-p. wo ih 4bc a yard, tbia
ween your choice
WaMi snivel. ilk-, inches wide, p.'nk,
white, liubt blue, tan, etc , worth 48r,
this wtea ;
1.C0D yards Renfrew Oinxham. dress
sty Us. wr b 10c. this ki
Children's parasols, l2Wc and tie.
Fancy parasols in li i-sln cttccU. ta'.-
ieia, winte, etc, at pi ices to suit the time a.
We will place on sale a trie line of lilies
duck suits in blazer and skirt to matcb, val
ue C3..W, tnis week bl.-ii.
Belts, Belts, Belts.r
I-ndies' belts in enld and silver t;ni
black patent leather, while kid, white and
linen color duck; in fact, everything to
raaicii ureas goons.
Ru'hford' perfect paper cleaner only.... I gC
5 Bl carden boae. snarlnteed twith coip- 1
2-ply guden boae (wah conplinj) per foot
1-qnsrt While Mooataia or . Tecrless ice C,,
rresm freeaers -'yC
3-qnartWbiti afoantain or Peerlcfa ice
cretsa freesers... 1 .22
3-qoart White Monntaln or l'cer!ea ice . p
cream Irvczers ipl.O
4 quart Wh!t Mountain or Pecrleis Ice. p
cream fretzerj. ipl.O
A complete line of si.s up to 15 quarts at
correspouaing low prices.
The TTnmiwtar Iuy nanne inj .iir.lmiM
ealv price, per box
croquet aei. t-oaii art, nara wcod balls
auil mailcte 5oc
Croqnetaet. o-ballsit, bard wood bl s
Croquet at. 8-ball set, hard wood balls o
and mallets ySC
Baby carriages from S3.95 and up. Spe
cial low prices, as we desire to close out (or
Screen wire at lc per square foot by the
roll. All sizes.
A full line of screen doors and adjustable
window screens at lower thau jobbers
Ketrigeratnrs, guaranteed none better in
the market, at 25 per cent less than compet
itors' prices tor an inferior oox article.
We have just received for this depart
ment a large shipment of high (trade toilet
ware from the Madduck Tottery eoinnaov.
of Trenton. X. J. These goods are firrt
quality in every respect and are reuiatched
if broken. We have theni in blue, brown
and ereen decorations, and will place them
on sale ior uiis week in three lo)s as fol-
Lot t-4Tonlt of our new Chester toi
let ware, embossed edge, decor.ilois v
amorted ard shape very new, at 1 ftn
pieora. worth 12.(0, for....,.......ipl. JQ
Lot? flame a above, but 10 r.teeee m f) CA
each ret.formerpriceSJ.SU, at...... $tDJ
Lot S These roods are complete with
extra uuae jars. woaM be etesp at An r)C
5. bet au ia this sals at aPa.7U
We rent Crockery and GUmwire for nar.
ties and excursions.
YODIIC & IIcCODBS.
such a way that this will continue. He spares no pains
to make everything strictly reliable and always strive to
It Will Pay You.
It will pay you to let Dorn show you his goods and
make prices before "you order.
. Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have atUlned their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWAItlT
At (Be International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. in 1853
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prire to the Schotnscker Piano'
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1853, and again
At the American institute in New York in 1853.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COVTINUOCSLT rOS 28 YEARS AT
Wallace's Music Store stAm
THE "CLEVELAND" st in quality.
Don t let an.oflhaiid, easy goin? reverie of recklessness prompt an utter disregard of
business principles, ami cause you to telephone your butcher or your wife' milliner to
"send up a bicycle.'' Itetter buy of someone who knows a little more in regard to what
the wheels he sella are made of, and liirw they are made.
We do not claim to know anything about dry Koods, but we erji tell yon what a
bicycle la worth, without looking at the name plate, or the maker's advertisement. If you
buy your wheel of us. you will be satisfied.
WE SELL. ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAV. and have wheels at $45. S55. W3
75 and tlOO, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell Uiem for.
M. 0. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
'Simplicity in Mechanics, likft
resents ureatest Merit.
THEBK IS NOTHING
Ttey are at strong as they are simple. Graceful and correct Ia
proportions, handsome, darable and easy, running-" The finest
material nnder the prettiest finish. All stylet and oaly one rrade
the highest. Artistic catalogue sent free to any address. Lont
fail to writ as before choosing a oew mount.
mm CYBI ITFBL CO. uSu
V W. J. KERR, Local Agent.
IS DORN'S BUSINESS.
. He has made a study of
it for many seasons and it
is this fact that gives his
work a standing-, in the
community. Every suit
he sends out is x
For him and he proposes '
to handle his trade in
Under the Harper House.
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
Beauty in Composition, rep