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For Bor of EdaesUos
1 0. H. MARSHALL
I K A. DONALDSON
TM daaxKratle voter of the cxmatlaa of
Roek bland and Henry are requested to mod
delegate to tbe senatorial convention, tobo
Id at Caaibrtds-e, III., at II oelock. a. av. on
tk IM day of July. A. Di. ISM, for the purpose
of soaunatlng one candidate for representa
tit from tk Thirty-third Senatorial District
ad to transact nock other business as may
property eoeae before tbe convention. The
baalaof repreKeatatlon wlUpermlttwelvedele
atea from Roek Ulaad eooaty and nlaa dele-
aiaa from Henry county.
, a M. Tea in.
JoBW Br II ALL,
Dated at Roek bland. I1L, tbla lat day of
Juno. A. tX. IM
For tha Information of the Union
It may bo Mid there Is no tronger
ramant to b rnltod agmintt the
change it propoiei lo the iohool law
at tbia particular tlma than tha fact
that tha Union and Dr. Kiojon are
iranticall aaalona that It pasa.
A ikriois dltaatar ocenrrad at an
amateorclrcai, a aociatj orent, Rien
at BprlnRnald last afcuinir. A aec-
tloa of tha aaata fall and twenty peo-
pia wore more or leas injarod, in
cludiDjr Gen. Alfred Orendorff, whoae
foot Wll ernahad. flaw, and lira.
Aligtld.wara praiaot, bat neither waa
Gov. Joan P. Altoeld baa al
ready thrown down tbe gauntlet to
John R.' Tanner and naked him to
meet him In a joint debate before the
oduo on national and atate iataee.
at will Tanner respond or will he
do as Fifer did four years ago? The
probabilities are that he will follow
ifor In all things eren nnto the
Trk lateat name mentioned as a
demoeratle presidential possibility
la that of et-iov. Taylor, of Tennes
see, aad present candidate for that
office. Should the party go to the
south for a candidate, we know of no
one whom the democracy of the
north conld more cordlsll r suDoott
than "Bob" Taylor. Aad wouldn't
tbe "fiddle and the bow" hum merry
Tnt demoeratle atata ennanHnt
tested the capacity ef Peoria as a
vuuveutiou city, ana u is oniy lair to
say that the ante-convention pledgee
made by her authorised committees
11 m a
were miiy susiamea in every respect.
Fears were expressed in loma mine
ters that the state central committee
bad made a mistake In ' selecting
Peoria Instead of Springfield for the
honor, but the admirable, man nap in
which Proria housed and fed the
thousand attending the convention,
proved the wisdom of the commit.
tee's choice. Althnnoh the Kntala
were filled to overflowing, visitors
were noi compelled to walk the
- - . .
treats lor want oi accommodations
With a hoicitalltv rami
the Citisens Without reirard In mrtv
affiliations, threw wide their doors to
tnose unable to And aultable accom
modations at DUblio hooaaa. anrl u
result visltora not only avoided tbe
discomforts which generally arc ex
perienoed at each gatherings, bnt
were hospitably entertained. On the
whole Peoria covered herself with
glory, and we bespeak for her now
tue atate eooTenuoa 01 1S9S.
Here's setae Vleke.
The convention of the Illinois
democracy at Peoria, while one
the moat tartrate attn1&i4 At.
tlngnlshably enthnslastle over held
la Ik. .1.1. i. 1. . . . 1 .
vrvaKDi tvetaer many
new faces, and a large number of the
old time familiar party workera were
f A - .
coaapicaona tor tneir absence. A
more In earnest assemblage of men
bbs not aaaemoiea lor polltlral pur
pose la Illinois before. The out.
come of such a distingtiihed gather
log could not be otherwise than sue
easeful. The ticket named ia re
markable for the combiaatioa of
elemeets of strength, and now It
the dutv of deeanrratA In uV.
their eoaU and elect it by n good ma
Gov. Allgeld, as haa been so often
said, la a man ef wonderful ability,
vigor aad energy. He la on of the
most brainy executive the state has
ever had. aad he has a hold on the
people which was time aad train en
thuslastlcally demonstrated daring
The deatocretia parte haa named
. L I I ....
rigas " a uctet to win.
How to elect It from top to bottom
In tbe L4et ef Kaaveb-awe. .
Nuilil D fore wo went married.
when we rnt into a rrr-tanrant, it turd
to take my wife about an hour t3 decide
on what she wanted.
- Trdrl Doren't It nowi
"So, sir. I never let her see a bill of
far-." Detroit Free Press.
All But Knocked Out by th
SEFEBEE DECLAIM IT A DRAW,
FabUe Opbnlso, 1 Te Be Tbe tbe
a OeS the Wen eT the
Omt ef Wtad
aad Might Tired at the Bad ef the Fear
While tha Btaa Jaefcet Waa
Vreah as a Dalsj.
8as Fravcuco, June 25. James J. Cor-
bett, champion of the world, was all but
knocked oat last night la a four-round
contest with Tom Sharkey, champion of
the navy. The referee declared the con
test a draw, but it U doutful If he will be
supported by public 'opinion. Corbett
clinched Sharkey throughout the entire
fourth round to avoid punishment The
champion was breathing heavily, .and ap
parently greatly- exhausted when the round
closed, while Sharkey seemed as fresh as
at tbe beginning. Sharkey eren refused
to atop fighting at the end of the bout, and
made a vtcioos rnsh for Corbett. Fix po
licemen leaped into the ring and four of
ficers grablird Sharkey.
Odds Mraes-lr Agmlast the Sailer.
The marine refnsed.tobe prevailed up
on and gaTaoneof the policemen a vicious
blow. Mure policemen jumped into the
ring and Sharkey was finally escorted to
hla corner. The fight was a rough-and-tumble
contest from the start. Sharkey
pursued his usual tactics, rushing and
striking wildly, and using little or no
judgment. The event was witnessed by
iu.ujo people end tnere were a couple of
curtain-raisers before the two big fellows
appeared. Odds were taken daring the
afternoon of 10 to 8 that Corbett would
not win the fiarht. bnt later there were no
takers at even those flgnres.
First Boa ad of the Fight,
Corbett and Sharkey stepped Into the
ling at 10:4a Corbett was seconded by
Hilly IJelanry and George flreen. Shar
key's seconds were Tom McUrath and
Onnny Need ham. Frank Carr was chosen
as referee. When Corbett entered the
ring the vast crowd rose to Its feet and
cheered for several minutes. The men
shook hands when the cheering subsided
and time was called for the first round.
Corbett assumed the aggressive from the
start and landed on the jaw with the left.
Corbett landed again on the law. and
duckod a heavy swing from Sharkey.
.narsey struck Corbett In t he breast and
clinched, Corbett landed his right heavily
ontnejaw. In a nils-np Corbett landed
with lclt and followed with right.
Srrsad Goes la Corbett'e Favor.
Round 8 Sharkey lands light left on
Jim's face, and follows up with a rush.
Sharkey on tbe aggressive. Corbett neat
ly dodges a heavy left swing and lands on
Sharkey's face with his left. A clinch
follows. Sharkey lands heavily with hla
right on Corbett s face, and left on breast.
Sharkey again lands on Corbett's Jaw.
The sailor appears groggy. Corbett lands
heavily on the sailor. Sharkey lands
heavily on Corbett's breast as 'the round
rhswd. Sharkey made a very game fight.
Konnd closed In Corbett's favor. . .
Sharkey Clinches to Avoid Panrhes.
Round 8 Sharkey rushed at Corbett;
Corhrtt dodged, and Sharkey clinched.
Sharkey lands a heavy right on Corbett's
ribs. Corbett lands right on Jaw and fol
lows with left. Corbett lands with hcaw
right and left Jnbs on face. ' Sharkey.
irroggy and inclined to clinch. Corbett
lands heavy left on Sharkey's jaw and
Sharkey clinched to avoid punishment.
Sharkey refuses to break. Corbett lands
a heavy right, t-hnrtey striking vrildlr.
but not landing. Sharkey landed right
as tbe round closed.
Follee Wlad l the Foarth.
Round 4 Sharkey rushed at Corbett
and flinched, adopting foul tactics and re
fusing to break. The referee was unable
to break the men apart. Corbett then
clinched Sharkey and held him tight
ly In ordnr to avoid the sailor's rushes.
Corbett appeared groggy and unable to
land a heavy blow, and gets mixed up
with referee and falls down. Here the
police broke lutothe ring to stop the fight,
Wants a Fight tea Finish.
During the last two rounds Sharkey waa
the aggressor and Corbett was forced to
clinch to keep the sailor from fighting. It
la practically a victory for Sharkey.
Sharkey, after the fight, announced that
he would right Corbett to a finish for $10,
000 a side. .
Seventeenth Ceatary aansTstitioaa. "
That it is a very unfortunate thing
for a man to meete early in a morning
an ill favored man or woman, a rough
footed ilou, a shag-haird Dogge, or a
Diackc cat. That it is a signe of death
to some in that house, where Crickets
have Inn many yeeres, if on a sudden
they forsake tbe Chimney Comer.. That
if a man dream of egs or fire, he shall
hears uf anger. That to drrame of the
devil ia good larke. That to dreame of
gold good lucke, but of silver ilL That
if a man be born in the daytime, he
shall be unfortunate. That if child be
born with a Caule on his head, he shall
be very fortunate. That when the Palme
of tbe right hand itcheth, it is a shrewd
sign he shall receive money. That it is
a great signe of ill lucke, if Rats gnaw
a mans cloathea. That it is naught for
any man to give a paireof Knives to his
sweetheart, for feare it cute awav all
love that is between them. That it is ill
lucke to have the saltseller fall toward
you. Notes and Queries.
The beat aalva ia the world
ute, brmiasa, aoree. nJoara. aait
rkeaae. fever nona. iattar. aharjnad
hands, eaJJblaiaa, eorma aad all aUa
eruptions, aad poaitivaly earn
pile or bo pay required. It la mat
aatsed to give rjsrieet aatisfaoUon. or
money nfundad. Prle M mti par
sot wmn ot nana uimbm j nr.
arte as s snatuea, gtvas
Hiss an I neb agar
etas. Rvary basis
by Ml. farts
Children Cry for
Hooey on rail nonunallr IVtwJ per omt.!
prime mercantile paper. per eent.:
sterling exeaange steady, with actual liasl
a la bankers' trills at 4tf UvAfi -Tor da-
maud and mwiUKtK tor sixty days: posted
rataa, 4SStHs and iWgirt)); commercial
Silver certificates. mu0VKix saleaf KK.O0O:
bar silver. St?: Mexican dollars, Ui.
Lnlted states governoent bonds steady;
new t's registered. 1174: do- coupons, 117;
S's registered. 113: do. coupons, 113; t's
registered. KCTM: do. conpnns. 1H: 7s regis-
tered, PadflcCsof VT, HnrH-
Chicago Grain aad Prodnea. ,
FollowuHt were the quotations on the
Board of Trade )oday: wheat Jnne. opened
SSMc closed oSVir; July, opened 5Stc. closed
oc; September, openei 5Tc, rlossd &74c;
DeuembCT. opened WMc. closed 2Htc Corn-
June, nominal, closed 2TVc; July, opened
Snip, cloaed STHC: eeptember, opened 8M)c,
chsnd, agc. Hay. opened SlMc closed 81 Ho.
OatsWune. nominal, closed 16c; July,
opened lsA4c. closed istc: Heptemner. opeaei
I7Hc.ckMBd lnc; Say. opened lS)c( cloned
lV9c Fark-Jnne. nominal, closed S7.12VC
July, opened $;.. closed $7.12H: Sep
tember, openel close! S7.3JL Lard
June, nominal, closed (4.S7H; July, opened
14 US. closed S4.07H-
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 14Wc
per lb.; extra dairy, ll&13r; fresh packing
BtoeL7traac.lr Fresh mock. UMTnllVicper
dozen. Live poultry Turkeys, 7S8c per
lb.: cbtckens (nensi, e(c; spring chickens, 11
.lZMc: roosters, 4M3c; ducks. ftftSMc: dbt
94.00 per dosen. ' Potatoes Uood to choice.
10&15c per bushel. New potatoes. Wt7Sc
per barrel. Hooey White clover, 1314eper
lb.: broken comb, SStluc: extracted. &26e.
Htrawberries Michigan, fi$1.0D per IS-
quart case. Black raspberries, SftrTuc per
lz-qusrt case: red raspberries, TAS1.U0 per
S4-pint rase. Blackberries, (l.ujl.2 per S4-
Chicago Lire Mock.
' Chicago. June St.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Bogs Es
timated receipts for the day. 29.000; sales
ranged at S2.8U&3JK pigs.$3.8j3 AS light. S2.85
ts.w rougn packing. :i. lufrjiej mUed and
Sa.apaiJ ness-y packing and shipping Jo ta.
jTVlSEAVSES of Eye, Ear.
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture cured without use
BOOMS 86 and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second -and
Main streets, Davenport. .
I a. m. to 13 m. and 3 to 5
p. m. 4 Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 3 to S p. m.
Haa tha best equipped Bicy.
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for bracing, bend,
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
Skilled Workmen '
- ' and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St,
, Market Square.
To bny Hardware,
, Mixed House aad
Floor Paints, Hub-
- ber : Hose, Lawn
' Mowers or anythins; ,
In the Hardware
line in general ia of
' 1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOR. EAGLE BICYCLES
The only safe, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married T .ad ice. Ask for
and take no other. Sksd fob cracrtAB.
Price fl.OO per box, 6 boxes for $5.00.
n. am oxccal ca..
A Word Aboat Tour Hair.
TKZ CXXICAH HAIX RSSTCKSa
It tsstoiss wbaw ethers f1. It will iiarnis
MehsavTirAssBawMs. Wmkt D
St voa know what a vast dhvereaes It aashaa
hi roar Minimii.1 fm hsy a nasatal colored
aad (hawy bswa of bait? Well rwm wemld
Isok baa f lis juaaaw. Gets bottle st
an souk. 4HBB3ii i - I si a m m. j ,w v. - mm I m w 1 1 rr r t aw si a
TVT ANTErf-BBCOJf D-H A LADY'S BI-VV-
oyle in aood eanditlon. lnnntr
Aheus office. .
'AJTPEO w PLACE TO ASSIST IN
years. Address - at C. M." Abgus.
WAJfTEO A BITTJATION DT TOWN OB
atiu.n.. J snms,. ... ffuntah ti i
of reterenee; married. Address F. D Ancim.
TETArTTED-DRESSM AK3NQ AT 1717 8EC
V svenue; all work guaranteed. Also
scholars to lean the Kellocs French tailor
WANTED-MEN WHO WILL WORK BOB
7k a month salary or larae eomnuanoa
niwe niirf, k ami..
ferlenea irnaeeessary. Write us. Household
Specialty eoannanv. 77 W ronrth atnet. r.im.
WANTED LADIES AND OENTLEhtKN
Who Wish to ani imuwMj for nhmnM
Ohio Ctorrespondins Bureau. Salem, Ohio.
Send two eent stamp tor descriptive circular.
. 0wa, mcs wx , , own, unto.
WANTED PROMPT AND FAITHFUL
.gentleman or lady to travel for reliable
established house in Illinois. Salary f7 o, pay-
aoie aia weekly and expenses. Situation per
manent. References. Eneloae self -addressed
stamped envelope. H. H. Hess, president,
uvMuvra airvcE, V. QIC ago.
13B RENT STORE ROOM. 162S SECOND
m- sTenue. Appiy u tceidy Bros.
SENT A PL1SAS ANT OFFICE ROOM
in toe i. arse ouudiiuj on second avenue.
"17K)R RENT FCRNISHED ROOMS. NEW
X1 and clean. Call and see. 230 Thirteenth
TjX)R RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
- looBuon. Keasonaoie terms. Apply E.
XTK)R RENT A ROOD HOUSE AT sin-
A. also a second story, nice, large, airy
wuib, t mi, ivii l uixu avenue.
"DIOR BALE A S-STORY FRAME BUILD-A-
irift at 309 Twentieth street. Inquire of
XjV)R SALE A LADY'S BICYCLE IN
-- sooa eonaition. cheap If taken at once
Inquire at 53S Twenty-sixth street.
"ElOR 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 suub r uth avenue or on
premises, ous Tnirty-eightu street.
iirlV BIT B mxtv xivam n . imr,i
AJ htl ilnrn... in DmI. I.l.nA 1 tn
years. Profits S0mi a year. A rare bargain
i!l Seventeenth street.. -..
LOST A FEATHER BOA BETWEEN Six
teenth and Fifteenth streets on Third
avenue. Finder will please return to this office
T OST A GOLD RING WITH DIAMOND
mm get. Detween f'oi.rteenth street and Sec
ond avenue and Seventeenth street and Fifth
avenue. Liberal reward will be given for its
HARBY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-band goods: also goods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture, neiore ouyuur. juvc an a eall 1511
Second avenue, Roek IeTsad..- ,
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who ean furnish references to
nse Tbb Argus want column. Calls are re
ceived at this offloe daily for domestics, etc,
who ean come well recommended. Try this
column for a situation and if you are reliable
yon will get one.
S1l. TO ANY MN OR WOMAN WE
cannot teach to draw a erayoa
portrait bv our natent nuthn4 in ih. i-.m.
we pay our pupils i 10 to 118 per week to work
" w mi ogm, evenings or spare tune. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann ft Sey
mour. 218 South Sixth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
TtTRS. A. SEYMOUR. CLAIRVOYANT
ana Dumnetm meaium. Ls permanently U:
eated at l 4 Eatit Seventh street, Davenport,
SHE JILTED HIM
for the handsome up-to-date
gentleman whom HOPPE had
transformed into a manly Apollo.
His uniform wasn't in it with one
of HOPPE'S fine, perfect fitting
suits. Our stock of choice pat
terns in tronserings, clay diagon
als, imported cheviots, tweeds,
etc.. are the handsomest to be
found in Bock Island. Come and
see ns and we will make a man
H. II. BRIGGS,
RcilEstite, loiizoe, Lklcs
ABD HOUSES TO BEST.
Office 1108 Seooad Ave., Book Islaad.
aasaad Btob3hl aWh Bsak
aaaytMsia: yast aarbjMafha, city haala;gnoS
water; lew wars, and rbiaa barn rases. SbaOaw
eaTaWve!Sk,stM sad rWsUs
1725 Second Avenue.
THE SUMMER GIRL
BLESS HER HEART
What would the boys do
without her on their vaca
tions at the Watch Tower,
Manhattan Beach, aeashore
or country? No more than
tbe publio of a Bock Island
and vicinitj can do without
Young A McCombs to fur
nish them such bargains' in
shirt waists or blouse waists
at 39c and up to 5 a piece.
We have the handsomest
stock of fine shirt waists,
silk waists, skirts, blazer
suits and lace colleretts ever
shown in Rock Island. Drop
in and take a look over our
line ot ladies1 muslin under
wear which are beauties,
and at such low prices.
It will pay you to attend
this special June sale.
Wash Goods Department.
Lot 1 Consisting of check nansook and
India linens, would be cheap at 10c a yard.
w uiic view lug saie oc a yarn.
IjTtt 2 dinaiatinir of huHI ..ln
-T nuu,K o ISSC
muils, 36-inch percales dimities, lawns.
cui, wui au ju iu uio june sale at 7c
Lot 3 Fancy striped erepons In cream.
lnlr lioh. x a .
ifiu. nfsuh uiuts, rea anu mie, wort a soe
laiu. i uiin muh 1 s i" vmrt
Lot 4 -French dimities in lace elTecls and
sicircu ,nnauuies, outers try 10 get asc
jui su iu uie iiiuie saie at uic a yard.
Linen Department. .
Turkey red table damask, should be 88c
ward. .Iune mile th-Ioa 1 l 1 '
56-inch German damafk' half bleached
taoie nnen, regular price 4'Jc, June sale 25c.
All linen rliivknl tnwsia Ho
An all linen buck towel 20-36, should be
swo, juiic suie price 3 lor 36C.
Turkish bath towels (one ease) the largest
and best towel Ton ever saw fr tha m..n.
, . -"Jt
u unc saie price a ior IOC
Aluckv nnmlinjw A
eaded skirt, four yards wide, ail lengths.
wuuiu ue cueap ai e-t, june sale price f 1 its.
A ' better on HmnHpH mnh.ir
taffeta lined, velveteen binding 5 yards wide,
worth $5.75., June price S?.50.
A T5c summer eorser, all sizes 18 to 80,
go in toe June sale at 48c
Call and examine the Kobo, hipless cor-
wcis, nx uicycie nuers.
Mason's fruit cans this week at wholesale
Mason's esns, pint, st Sc eseb .
Mason' can. qoarts. at4ceici.
Ma-on's cans, bslf gallon, at Seracb. '
Cnt price. obJIik white stone chl a
Pie plate 3c each, worth Ac .
T plates 4c e.rh, worth 8c . '
Breakfast rlate 6c, worth We.
Cream pitchers Sc, worth IV..
Meat plttters 16c. worth 18c.
' Hue dishes sc each, worth Sc.
Oiea vegetable dwhe. luc each, worth 15c ,
Hsnce bosl. IHc aeh. worth a -
Baadled caps and sneer at SSe par set. worth
We rent crockery and glassware at vefy
w rates. . 1
Hammocks and Croquet Sets.
Hammock. Jane sale price SV aad ap.
Ctoqnet sets, 4 ball set M cent ;S ball est. 78
easts; 8 ball sew SS cents.
We have from tbe cheapest to the very beat.
Porcelain Goods. -
Preserving poreelain Hoed kettles with
enameled ntiftfiuta. tlt vrw t.t mmjt
i(Wl kettles. Note the low prices:
' qBrc.sc;.qa.rt.Br; 10-qaan. 5Xe; ISnait,
tfr; H-qn.rt. Tic: 2U-.!Ba.t. Site; S4-flD.rt.ll s
J.B. MM sac
Carpet .weepers, Jane sale pries. SI Xn.
S-pfr raober boss with coupling, cnarsntssd
Oeas alcfcel plates spray aocala only S5c.
Baby baggies at cost this Jsas sale.
Befrlgerstor at IS per eat redaction ttl week.
Vs aced tbe roots.
TQUIIG & LTgOOOBS.
JsApatebaaed frost J C.CooeerCa mm
slansar.it of b.nass wbleb we oer a a ft
cam arsa toaa nlaa. How is yoat rms If m
1 fhy t ' s r-Tt'r bstnssa.
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 Dora show you his goods and
make prices before you order.
THE SCHQMA CKER
. Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their eelebritv anlelv
publicly exhibited ia competition
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. T.. In 1853.
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prise to the Sehotnacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute ia Philadelphia ia 1845. 1858, and strain
At the American institute in New York ia 1858.
At the Maryland Institute ia Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
old cosTTih-roraLT roa 28 tears at
Wallace's Music Store K&rt
THE "CLEVELAND" first m quauty.
Don't let an off hand, easy going reverie of reekksness prompt an utter dlsierard ot
business principles, and cause you to telephone your butcher or your wife's m lliner to
"send up a bicycle.'' Better buy of socawsie who ki owi a little mote In regaid to what
tbe wheels he sells are made of, and bow they are made.
We do not claim to know anything about dry goods, but vie ean tell yon what a
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name plate, or Die maker's MverUsement. If you
buy your wheel of us. you will be rjatisfied. ,
... W?.SELL ox THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, and have wheels at (43, fJS, SCS
75 and 8100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them foe
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
While men are discussing the merits of
where one Uold. Silver
as much as it
l.arre.1 Una hi the site. Choteaaf
t 0 dosen. lvdea li.to Ire luu:
Lot 1. worth $.) 75 for .
Lot . worts I for sag
l.jtS. wonb I S for.......... -T5e
Lots, worth 1 60 for..'. 'e
Lot&, worth 3 tjt tl-S
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tlArt tmtiimM that ftliMW I. i- I .
I ibe city to buy Mils. aa4 last at at the
Patent hslber hlta. WHb aaraa at
tscbrd sue mas at ie
Biark tinHoa bl s. with fane, hacklaa.
mwb sse. this week li.
WklU S(mUMTt4 Kama tlA tuku . -
Kg redaction in rapes and Jackets. Separate skirt In silk. saUn,
mohair and briniantioe. from ti apvrard. Larst assMtueiit f
linen, dock and crash saris and separata aklrts in tl ei7y-
114 West Second street
.i IS DORN'S BUSINESS.
; He has made a study of
it for many seasons and it
is thls-fact that gives his
work a standing in the
community. Every suit
he sends out is
For him and he proposes
to handle his trade in
Under the Xtrper House.
All aUetV.nttft faff aWffa.a '
they have invariably received
Gold and Siver, wise wonnn are us-
nee tllve's great niM-sumrm-raab,
or I'aper Dollar now buys twice
did a awmth ago.
Keaisrhahla redactions ia rssbioaabia
BTI ua-ty, Jti choka. all arm. all shaira
hle irbnoaee bats sad bos act..
S as aad 9t so kit redseed te.. f re
S.Maad S.Stbaisrrdarsdte.. S W
S M aad S OB hsts rrrfacei: to.. I Ti
S0ead S.ahsunaoedto.. IS
- CHILUKRS'S HATS.
A awwaaortaktrit.exqal.itsly trlsimed
wits Snw-rs. lace, rib boa aad tlpt. at (Sc.
Lad I a' rwwr. as, la linaa sad
wblu deck. tbU week SI-
-ptcuM -sic os all a-trwa. aats
mnnf ball tbslr sctaal
asspt b sees to . avprtdat-C.
Bfcrcsat saaiuasst of wbtu hats.