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Goreraor...... Jons P. Aitckm
Umax. Uorernor Moaaoc C C MAW roll D
Secretary of Htate riI E. DiiWKiso
Auditor W. r.Bni
Traamtrar E. C. Para
Attorney tienerel Usoaua A. Tacoa
rnlreralty Traiteea-Ms. JvtJA Houib
8n ITU. R. P. Mono ax. N. W. Cbabam.
Crk of tba Coart
late a Attorney Ca.tai.Di Hcrono
Coroner On. Gbuki.b E. Msbbtbab
Sanreyor A. E. Joan win
Sehewl Elaattoai TaeaSay, Jaee to.
Tow Boeri af Edueatioa 1 c- MARSHALL,
rer Hoars ai aaoeatioa A dqnaldboM
Ieaaoratlo Boaatortal CannllN.
Tha aemoeratle voter of tba counties of
Kuek Island and Henry Bra requested to aend
delegate to tha senatorial convention, to be
held at Cambrldira, 111., at II o'clock, a. .m.,on
tba lt day of July, A. D.. InM, for tba purpose
uf nominating one candidate for repreaenta
tlre from tba Thirty-third Heaatorial District
and to tranaaet iracb otber buittneas aamay
properly cam before tha contention. The
haalaof representation willpermlttwelyedele
satea from Rook Inland county and nine dele-
itea from Uenry county.
C. M. Tcnsta.
' WllXIAN MrF.RIBT,
Ihtteil at Kuck Inland, I1L, thin lot day of
June, A. tx, inm.
lineups of the teachers should
not be caught off their guard nor
kitonia iney lake Chances on losing
the day through orerconfidence in
Defeat the proposition to cbr.nge
me scnooi law in tills Usoe, as it is a
species of Amentisin and has been
sprung to complicate and cloud the
The issue is Ament. The proposi
tion to cuange mo scnool law JUSI at
this time is the handiwork of his
ilovoted admirers. Dr. Kinron and
KJitor Johnson. The proposition
ahould be voted down with the su
At the seventh annual session of
the Kpworth league of Illinois, in
Springfield Thursday, the follow
ing otticcrs were elected for the en
suing year: 1'resident. Rev. C. B
Taylor, Lincoln; vice presidents. Kev.
1. M. llamiltoo, Jerseyville; Miss
r.ine ioorne, bneiDrville; V. W
Whipple, Rockford; treasurer. Rev
F. L. West, Centralia; Junior leatrue
superintendent. Miss Lillie Hamp-
The State Ttehet.
The alata ticket made ud at Peoria
is undoubtedly a strong one. even if
it aoes noi contain the name of our
able and popular friend. T. J. Seo
Held, for attorney general. Uov. Alt-
geld Is confessedly a powerful candi
date. The sound money wieg of the
nemocraua party win vol lor htm
almost to tba last man. although thev
would not think of supporting him
tor congress, or even the legislature.
Probably the governor's influence in
precipitating the free silver heresy
has been enormous, but nevertheleas
the honest money voters case their
conscience with the knowledge that
the governor cannot by his own vote
or signature help place free silver
on ine statute book, ilis economy
his honesty and the splendid bus
iness meinoas which nave character
Ix id the state administration will
condone for a multitude of intern
perate interviews and espressions
in me puouo prints.
As a money-saver and a vote-getter
the governor is, of great valne to
Judge Crawford, of Union eountv,
Is an accomplished speaker and leu
islator and in every way aJorns the
ticket as lieutenant ro'rernor. Kor
auditor W. F. llct'k. of Richland
county, is an improvement over the
names or those who have tilled
that ofH re in times past. An excel
lent selection is that of Hnis E.
lHwa!ng for secretary of state. Me
was unseated from congress by the
republicans after beiog fairly elected
to the cilice, and this, with his sub-
Vqutnt contest for a renomioation
baa made him known to nearly all
the voters of the state. Under all
circumstances he really anght to run
considerably ahead ol his ticket.
Kdward C'. Pace, of Washinrto
county, is a banker and business
man of wealth and standing and will
contribute materially to the strength
or tue nominations.
For trastees of the state nnlversitv
the democrats lead off with a womaa
and a good one. She is Dr. Julia
Ilolmaa hnnth, of Chiracs. Associa
ted with her are E. B. Morgan and
at a ra- a m
at. . t.rsoam.
The Trade nameoa tha tiokat will
be a strength In Cfcies-n . at least.
The aomlaee for attor&ty gentral is
George A. Trade, a very popalar
mma, avast hm
iiniinaa. Be eaca
young lawyer of Cook eoaatj, and
junior brother of A. S. Trade. -
seitberls this a "slate ticket."
The so-called Altgeld elate ' waa
thrice broken, and the man whoie
only reeommendation waa that he
ad fought Ben Cable doe not ap
"Shnt the doom!" cried Father Andre
day to the Swing on dntr, when he
observed the archbishop of Paris asleep
dnrins; his disconrso. "Shnt the doors;
the shepherd ia asleep; the ahepp will
get oct" "Some' men preach," said
Sydney Smith, "as if they thought sin
waa to be taken ont of a man as Eve
was taken ont of Adam, by casting him
into a profound slumber. So, at any
rate, tboturht not South, who, preaching
one day at Whitehall, observed King
Charles II and several of his attendants
asleep. Stooping down, he cried out to
one of the delinquents, "My Lord, I am
sorry to interrupt yon, bnt if yon snore
so land yon will wake the king. " His
majesty thereupon awoke, and turning
to his neighbor remarked, with his cus
tomary good nature: "This man must
be made a bishop. Remind me of the
Latimer speaks of a woman who suf
fered from insomnia, and who, all sopo
rifics having failed, was taken to the
Church of St. Thomas of Acres, when
she foil at once into a refreshing slum
ber. Lappnaus, chaplain of the Danish
court (1662), noticed that a large part
of the congregation fell asleep during
the sermon, suddenly stopped, and poll
ing from bis pocket a shuttlecock com
menced to play with it. The strange de
vice, we are assured, had tho desired ef
feet. Chicago Inter Ocean. ,
We were talking to a man who lately
had a very great and soul smiting grief.
He declared that he never would get
over it; that be couldn't; that death
had come to his household and shown
him that life was not worth living, for
directly his affections were centered on
any special objects those objects were
removed and tho void left thereby never
to bo filled. He knew that others got
over such griefs, but he would prove
the exception. He couldn't get over it,
and ho believed it, but as we listened
we recognized the fallacy of his senti
ments, for have we not buried mother,
father, baby, friend, all token when
most they wero loved and needed, yet
today the sun shines brightly for us,
the sky seems bine and laughter comes
spontaneously to our lips? We have not
forgotten those loved one who have
gone. N e think of them with a sweet
though misty recollection of their per
sonal relationship to us. The poignant
grief at their loss is gone; time has
dulled it a bletised provision of nature,
for were it not so we never could go on
working out our plan of life deadened
by a weight of woo that only those who
have lwt dear ones can know. Phila
Tho Baa, thm Mm aad tba Title.
Most peoplo suppose that the moon
alone is responsible for tho phenomenon
of tides, bnt the attraction of the sun is
also an important factor. Of course the
distance of the sun from the earth is
nnthinkably greater than that of the
moon, but its mass is so enormous that
it has considerable tide producing infla
ence. The force which the shn exerts is
the same on both sides of the earth at
tho some time, the tide producing force
of the great orb being about four-tenths
that of the moon. At the time of both
new and full moons the "wane spheroids
produced by both the sun and the moon
have their axes coincident" that is to
say, the two great orbs unite their
energies on tho fluids of our planet and
as a result tho tides are higher than
tho average for the remaining portions
of the month. These are the "spring
tides." The "neap tides" come in the
time of tho moon s first and third quar
ter, and are not as great as the average.
because the moon and tho sun are each
working in opposition to the other. St.
Send yonr address to H. E. Buck
lin A Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
mis. A trial will convince yon of
their merits. These pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in tne care or constipation and sick
neaaacne. tor malaria and liver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. They are cuarantoed to be
perfectly free from every deieterioa
substance and to be nurelv vecret&hln
They do not weaken by their action.
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Kegniar sue cents per box.
Sold by llarti Ullemeyer, drag
. RkeaiBiataMai Carvel la m Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cares in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is re-
markaoie ana mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 rents.
Sold by Otto tirotian, drnrcist. Rock
Island, and Gust bchlegel & Son, 220
n est oecona street. Haven port.
Vev One rttn Immvm
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been nsed for children teethine. It
soothes the child, softens the earns.
allay all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tne nest remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
aw. ary bean caar ins. BsM by
n. aaM by Ball, for S easts tad Bl far box.
OsWBBal.oaia. BaM byT. BL
- Children Cry for
rilaal ruaal sum
Dr. WUnaaM'tadlaa nie QUiiat win can
aaadimitafciliililit aad ttcalac pOae, It
aaaarta Om taaMra. alleys the Bsaaag at eaca.
attaaaaseaJMoa.tHaalaalaal laBst. Pe. WU
attests aerie, saal aattaa)
NO LONGER "TRIED ON."
A clever New York dressmaker has
done away with the crdeal of ."trying
" and the gowns that come from her
establishment are no longer a weariness
at the flesh or spirit to the woman who
orders them, for they fit without being
fitted,"1 and there is no "system" of
measure and tape about the matter what
soever. It is merely an ingenious device
patented by this same clever woman of
the needie whereby auy client's figure
can be copied from a perfect fitting waist
lining or waist and expanded into an
exact mold of every curve, every angle,
every peculiarity, of the original flesh
and blood form.
This woman discovered that dress
makers systems and trying ou were the
trials of womankind. She forthwith
reasoned that the lay figure had not been
useful except for skirt draping, because
of the manifest inaccuracy of it as ap
plied to any and every figure. Some wo
men with a 24 inch waist had a 34 inch
bust measure and a length of side seams
ont of all proportion. Other little wo
men were short waist ed and broad buck
ed. Still others, were higher in one
shoulder than the other and had unac
countable hills and hollows ia their
anatomy. It was manifestly impossible
that a conventional machine lay figure
should be able to assume all the shapes
of all the women. No, each woman
must have a moUl of her own, and an
exact mold, over which bodices could be
as perfectly fittod as on the flesh and
The invention consists of an artistio
and perfectly htKd waist lining of can
vas, strong, but flexible, and shaped to
every line of the bodice. Into this lining
is inserted a conning device which ex
pands it into the exact shape it was
while cpon the woman, just as rigid.
jnst as solid, as if there was the real
anatomy inside of it, a true reproduction
of the iigure. Jenness Miller Monthly.
Machinery Quickly Stopped.
A Frenchman has devised a contriv
ance for quickly stopping heavy machin
ery. Upon touching a button the power
is shut ot3 and aipowerful brake applied
to the flywheel. A 20 horsepower engine
working at 90 revolutions per second
toas stopped in two-thirds of a second.
A camel-driver in Persia is paid $7 a
month and boards himself.
This is the complaint ot
thousands at this season.
They have no appetite; food
does not relish. They need the toning upof
the stomach and digestive organs, which
a course of Hcod's Sarsaparilla will give
them. It also purifies and enriches the
blood, cures tha t distress after eating and
internal misery only a dyspeptic can
know, creates an appetite, overcomes that
tired lectins; and bnUds up and sustains
the whole physical system. It so prompt
ly and efficiently relieves dyspeptic symp
toms and cures nervous headaches, that it
seems to have almost "a magic touch."
Is Of best In fact the One True Hlotwl Purifier.
. . ,, n... are the best after-dinner
rlOOU S flllS pills, aid digestion. 39c.
TAISEASES ot Eye, Ear.
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture enred without use
' BOOMS 36 and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
and Maia streets, Davenport.
t a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
day! and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
Telepltoue 3 -AO.
lias the best equipped Bicy
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend,
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanising; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St,
Apply at o
see to Mrs. C H. Deere, Mo-
WANTED PLACK TO ASSIST IN
bouaework and tend ebildrea by girl of
13 veara. Address "M. C. aL" Aaurs.
WANTEO EMPLOYMENT BY BOY OP
16 yean. Has bad experience in gro
cery store. Call at Aauus for particular.
WANTED-A SITUATION IN TOWN OR
country; steady man: eaa furnish beat
of referenee; married. Address p. D Aasca.
WANTED DRESSMAKING AT 1717 8EC
ond avenue: all work (ruaranteed. A Ho
scholars to learn the Kellogg French tailor
system, ssrs. a. 13 er.
TVTANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
. - wvuw. WUOI J Vr lfSY7 WfllUISMJB
seUInir staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex-
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cla-
TITANTED SALESMEN TO KELT. A
T V first Clans xnecialtv to the hievele trs1
An entirely new article which sens on sijfht.
Salesmen can make from 110 to 26 per day.
Write for particulars. Uatland Novelty Man-
uiw,wui KuwiJiuf, ieveiana, umo.
WASTED-LADIES AND nvvTT.ranrrw
who wish to corresnotHl for nliwnrw at
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem, Ohio.
.iui now bu maiiwnnnv in mm im j.urmrn
sena two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box T, Salem, Ohio.
TTT A NTED PROMPT ' AND FAITHFUL
. Keauemui or nul-w tn travel for rAliuhl.
established house in Illinois Rikn ar n nr.
nun. n ccuy ana expenses, situation per
manent. References. Enclose self addressed
stiimped envelope. H. II. Hess, president, Sd6
waxuviu sum, inicatco.
TjlOR RENT STORE ROOM, 1623 SECOND
avenue, addiv to R-uiv Bros.
RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
m ine varae Duuding on Second avenue.
TjTOR RENT rmviQHPn nrwua v-vrer
A? and clean. Cull and see. 230 Thirteenth
T7VR RENT TWO n.ATS IV TVnl-c
-P trial home buildlur. Anolv to T. H.
TfOR RENT POUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
location. neasonaDie terms. Apply E.
"CK)R RENT A ooon norsE AT sin-
-I also a second storv. nice, lartre, airy
rooms, at ti at 101 1 Third avenue.
fJIOR SALE A 2 STORY FRAME BCILD
X1 inir at 30U Twentieth street. Inquire of
uuuy nius .
TjTOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
-a- front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shraus on lot. water and
sewer. Applv nt if UK) Fifth avenue or on
premises, oua Tnirtyighth street.
TJIOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
X' businesses in Rock Island. Established 10
years, fronts fa.KM a year. A rare banrain
it tssen uuick. liiomre or (portion &. How man
T .OST A FEATHER BOA BETWEEN SIX
11 teenth and Fifteenth streets on Third
avenue. Finder will please return to this oftlce
ana receive rewara.
TTARRY B IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
a.a. second-hand iroods: aLso roods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture, ue tore nuyinif. Kive me a call 1511
oeeona avenue, uoca island.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Tbb A Rous want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office dailv for domestics, etrv
who ean come well recommended. Try this
uuiuuju iur m uinauou ami u you are reliable
you win net one.
H1 iVl TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
PAW cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils f 10 to (18 per week to work
for us at home, eveninn or spare time. Send
ior worn ana particulars. Hermann A Sey
mour. 313 South Sixth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
MRS. A. SEYMOT-R. CLAIRVOYANT
and business medium, is permanently lo-
catea at in r-asi isevemn street, iavenporl.
zaiii action Kuuranteeo.
To the Public.
Rnra IstAND. April 7. In response to the
orunnal request of many people, we have con
sented to become candidates for members of
the board of education on the issue of
change in the supcrintendency.
('. H. MARsnALt.,
R. A. DllHAUJSOH.
PROPOSAT.S FOR ORDXANCK SI PPL1BS.
Rock Island Arsenal. Rock hlur 111 jm.
89, lsws fienled pr posal4 In trioi'este. wlli be
received until S o'clock f M.. JI LY IS, ISflrt for
fnraiphmK DyedCeton Dick, T-n. Bit Iron,
vurcr win nra nnei am cure; iron. Brass
sad Conm Wit.' 1 .ife. kk. -. t,..,i u
D-. Paints. Oils, Vbemirals, Pper. leaniua
m1A O.U.kU. M 1.., T . -
i . -.11. K M..rri. , rnc liSmrf f. CIC . QHr-
ine Scsl year rndin' June 90. i89T Informa
tion rnmimfo on appncition io CM. A. R. Bt r-
SHE JILTED HIM
for the handsome up-to-date
gentlemsn whom HOhTE had
transformed into a manly Apollo.
His uniform wasn't in it with one
of HOPPE'S fine, perfect fitting
salts. Onr stock of choice pat
terns in trouserings, clay diagon
als, imported cheviots,, tweeds,
etc.. are the handsomest to be
found in Eock Island. Come and
see na ana we will make a
Our Conn try's natal day.
Double prime your pan boys,
And for our Country blaze away.
Celebrate the day like a Trne
Patriot, and make ready
by going to
1725 Second Avenue.
For your Flags. Toy Pistols,
Fire Crackers, Sky Rockets, Roman
Candles, Pin Wheels, and thousands
of items too numerous to mention
in this small space. We handle
only the best reliable fire works,
the Challenge brand, which is noted
the world over for their superior
quality, which are sold at lowest
prices. Celebrate yourself or let
the boy do it for you, he will make
Rock Island howl at the prices we
Fourth of July.
Cut prices on fire works 15 pack
apes fire crackers, full count. 61
crackers to a pack, will go in this
sate ior zoc. .
12 boxes toy caps for 2c.
3 two-bail Roman candles for lc
and many other items such as can
non crackers, pansy wbeels, p n
wheels, triangles, flower pots, txhi
bition candles, : electric spreads,
meteor candles, union candles, exhi
bition rockets, parachute rockets,
in I by whistles, mines, serpents
balloons, punk, etc., at lowest prices
Flags and Bunting.
1 gross Xo. 1 muslin flags (13 doz.
1 gross No. 2 muslin flags (12 doz
1 gross No. 3 muslin flags (12 doz.
for 7c. and up according to siz.
Bunttnr flags, all sizes, firmly
sewed on wood stick, also a complete
ti . i .
ii uu ui vuinese lanterns.
Fourth of July.
To fittingly celebrate this treat
day it will be necessary for you to
nave some ol tne iotlowine items,
which are always under vslue at the
Dig store ol ioung & MeCornbs:
Shirt we!; t from tt: an no. We hava laat
eelrel a nw invoice of fancy watota wilrharo
beautiea. P nee them while they are frenh and
dainty. Silk waists, fenian waiata, blouse
Ladle' black ami akirts. The tnont wonder
ful Datcainsof 1M. Jan iliin of a full S-yaM
kilt a.ade of aradel floored brillianiine. 'ihl
wcisni, inmmea mroueuoui aaa an lyltaa as
a9jraieut. viuipncc inn wcck ll.w,
Ladlre' gowns madr ff fine ainalia, rqnare
roae. rote, neatiy inmmeu, mm I'tMMrtiiairoa,
worts sac, rale prlr. a:i.,
Urawcra cotaet covera. rklrtt. etc
We have arranged for this week
big sale of glassware which will in
elude our entire line ot fine crystal
glassware in plain and in cut. Look
through the following list and note
tbe prices, then call and look
through the stock. We know . that
you will be delighted.
Vine eryatal tambler, p1tn. at Se
atae errata! 'amhlera, imltatioa cot, at tc
Pine rryatal tembieis, fine enzra.laca. at
Fine erratal wine arlarae. imitatton caa. ae
F ae rryatal wiaw deeai,tra. imitation eat. TTc
riac cryaiai watrr oortH. lmiiatxia eat, 4
r loe cryaai mery rtaaaa. iaiiu,iioa ea'. lae
Pine eryatal oil bottle. Initaiina cat. Uc
Fine crystal aalid dlrhea, 7 te t
Fiae eryatal aalid diahea, 8 to lie
Orange bod , 10 to tOe
Mason fruit cans at wholesale
We rent crockery and glassware,
Younc & etgoodbs
Knee Deep in June
Is' a favorite expression of the Hoosier
poet, James Whitcomb Riley.
Is an expression of
we mean that our
are worth seeing.
Come In and See Us.
Bargains in books
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. in 1853,
OTer 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845. 1858. and aeain
in 1874. 6
At the American institute in New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1878.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
sold coamacocsLT roa 28 rtaas at
THE "CLEVELAND" nisl"LQ!ML
t .,JiS.' iT-.- ::'". : r ' Taatai i J
Don't let an off hand, easy siting rererie of recklessneaai prompt an utter tflverard of
business principles. aDd cause you to telephone your butclier or y.iur wife's m 1 liner to
"send up a bicycle." Better buy of someone who krowj a little m-ae in regaid to what
the wheels he sells are made of, and how they are made.
We do not claim to know anything about dry goods, but aeeante'lyon what a
bicycle is worth, without looking; at the name plate, or the maker's advertisement. It y jb
buy your wheel of na, you will be satisfied.
WE SELL ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, and hsve wheels St 145, Stt, 868
875 and 8100, as yon like, and tfaey are all worth what wd sell them for.
M. 0. Grlswold & Co.. 1510 Second Avo.
f BEE G HIVE. 1
Great Alid -
While men are dinniKsine tho merits
iiiKOOinto wivaniaire at uie
Where one Gold, bilver
as murli as H
Lariretl line In the eil. t.htitm ol oar
S U dcaw, MiTided into Bra lota:
Lot I. worth $0 75 for se
lots, wurta 1 (t for we
LSI. aork I.ss for f
Lot, wurta 1 SO for
Lots, wona t f r tl.Xi
Tin donht eila'a In tbe Blnda of T .!.
port lad La. that tnere t only ewe a Lac la
the city to hay helte, and taat at at the
rateat Iralhrr bHa. with aaiae al-
Uciitd (ue tun at 2Se
Btark rthnoa a I a. with faaey sackiet.
wr-r-h USe. tftla week IS .
White epaaclT4 aelu, 1 bxhes wula.
at toj, worth T5c
Bi redaction in rapes and Jac kets. Separate skirts in silk, satin,
mohair and brillianiine, from J apward. tmrtnt awamtairut f
linen,' dick and crash suits and sepatale skirts In Vv t ity.
3 (14 West Second
our own. By that
bargains in books
of every kind.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
of OiM and 8iw, wlxe women are a.
ut uiyes rreat tnid-suniiiirr aale.
or l'aper Dollar now bays twice
did a saonth aajo.
Veaaarhahla ratjaetioaa ia Faahimiabie
I hurry, all eWre. all new, all i ra
nk truaae4 hats aad boanrt.
S I. and at no ha-a reaacee to., ft 0
S auaat . aaa r4ace4 to., t 40 '
S.N) aal S 00 hafa leeaeee to., in
SWaai I B hat r.aced ta.. 1 SS
a aew aaortmeBt. nqsiattely triamea
wtti S w n. la. nbboa aaw Uaa.atSSc,
ImAI a' tf r hafa. la llaee Bad
Wblta dnck. thla wrek 1 1.
Special aa'e oa ail aMrliaiar bata at
nearly half hir erteal aiar. aly
aaaat be aeea to be auprecieied.
Saga at aaaeitaaeat of while bit.
eC - - DAVENPORT C