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THE ARGUS, FBI DA g, JULY 24, 1896.
r-ab.i.aad Dally and Weakly t MM ftteoad
ADae, Rock Idakd. 1:1. Eu'.cr.d attba.xt
ullca as teeoad-e'a'S aattr.
J. W. PoTTtB
TiRMS- Dmiljr, 10 eta par mL Weekly,
J on p acr.am; la advance 1 to.
All corain iuii atioas of a critical or aramtata
t.s cba'acttr. political or ulUWus, siut have
real Kama a tacatd fur pnfcilcatua. No sack
atMibj mil h prlBUdovtr H'.iltlyO ilknaturf.
nrtnil0e Solicited treat tvefjr toan-bip
Id Rock l-land count.
iSBerasl Caar.aaloaal Conotlon.
The democrat ie voter in the several coun-
tiaaaomDrlnir the Tenth t'"0rewlonal dis
trict are reaueited to send deleralCT to con-
rrcoHHinal convention to le held, al tlalva.
Ill, Wednesday. Jily -".. I "A at 10 o'clock a.
m , for the purpose of nominating a candidate
tiirninvrpnaml tr:in-.nctini such other busi-
nest an may be presented for their ronsiilera
lion. The several counties in tbc Tcnlli Con
rrewlnal district are entitled to a repre
sentation In Ibis convention a follow:
Hoc Island U
V aueaidu I
K. U Mavmi.w.'
fl.alrman Cntiirrnaslunal Cwiuiuiltee.
Kewxnce. I!L, July 1. In.
Will Uoiag On of tb. City.
Readers of lam Abhcs ro.t j oat of the city
f f tha snumrr (an have tha pnpsr ULt Ultra at
fl rrirular rut of 1U cmta per week postscs
prepaid, and tha addr. auy be chai k'r'l aa cfien
aed aired. Motl.lcillna altner by pca'.al or tolc
phnnit to lha basis." deparmant, 1143, will re
elv. prompt arteatinn.
The 2'w York Journal ha discov
ered a remarkable faci.il resemblance
ttctwaen Ilryan and Washington. II
tha fashion of wearing the hair should
turn back 100 years Ilryan would bo
a dead ringer fur tho father of his
p.icJmnos admit thitt at the
present moment I'.ryan leads in Illi
nois, nml that if the election were to
take pi ure at this tlnio the electoral
vote i'f the state woo hi bj given to
tho democratic nominee. He tries
to cheer himself, however, by the
statement that a campaign of educa
tion will result in great gains for Mc
Kinlej before Noverubor comes. The
doctor truesses badly. It is the other
fHiow who will du the gaining, and
Bryan will be found to have a larger
following in ovi'uiber than now.
Tur fn.Iino- r,f nnnosition to the I
work nf tha lato Chicarro democratic
., ., ,. . , I
ueiiiotfau, iiiniij- 01 -",; i
nepn conspicuously lucuuucu wnu im i
linrty s alv&HCcmenl ami hislory, has
at last rrystaiizeil in the proposed I
issuanro of a rail for another conven
tion, the sound money democrats
nf Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan,
Wisconsin, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio
and Nebraska heading the movement.
With qnite a percentage of the demo- I
cralic party this course is co&scien.
tiously considered the wisest and
best for the party's highest good.
The party representatives who are
idcnlilicif with this plan hold that
the time honored tenets of demo
cracy are truer and dearer to tho
heart ot democracy than the new
theories to which the delegates at
Chicago subscribed themselves. The
cuoct of tho third ticket campaign
will be viewed with great interest
and to the extent that its influence
extends it will make history.
Camubuxie is on the evo of a big
. lawsuit, and all about a dog. Some
time ao Mr. Fainter, ot that city
visited a friend in Iowa, and on
coming away was presented with a
red Irish setter. At Davenport the
dog got lost. Mr. Painter reported
to tho police and in due tuuo re
reived a reit Irish setter, supposed to
lie the lost do". Hut a man named
Tank, in Davenport, also had a red
Irish tetter, ana tnat nog mysieri
oust? disappeared. Tank lenrned
that a red Irish setter was at Cam
bridge and went for him. There was
a law suit, the friend went from
Iowa and Identified the dog as the
, one he had given Fainter, but Tank
also proved that the do; was his
Finally Fainter gave Tank the dog
and he started tor home. While at
the depot 1'ainter's father, from
Iowa, arrived on the scene. He saw
the do; In a stranger' possession
and In a forcible manner took him
away from Tank, not knowing of the
acTcement made ny bis son. - sow
Tank has sued old man fainter for
S,(H)0 damages, and the question as
to whom the red setter belongs is
A talaaa. ri.aailptl .
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing-
ton, Ind., iun. writes: You have a
valuable prescription in Electric
Hitter, and I can cheerfully recotn
roen t it for constipation and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonle it has no equal." Mrs. 'Annie
Steal. 26 Cottage drove avenue.
Chicago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, had a back'
ache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but six bottles of 1
Electric Bitters restored her health
ami renewed her strength. Price 60 1
rents and it. (n-t a bottle at Harts 1
& Ullemryer'a drug store.
raw On fifty Vaars
Mrs. Winslaw'a Sco thing Syrup has J
been used lor rni.aren toothing. It I
soothes the child, softens the (rums.
aUsye all paia. cures wind colic, and I
Is tae oesi rsmwy tor aiarrnoea.
Twenty-five eenta botue-
ABOVE THE LIMIT.
Cold Reserve Is Reinforced by
BASKS COME DOWU WITH THE CASH
Eaongb Cold Uivea for Greenback to Set
the "Eodlraa Chain" Banning the Other
Way and I'ut tlio Bwm Vp to Over
103,500,000 Names of the Bauka That
fcuuplled) tho Yellow Metal Effect on
the Stock Market.
Xew Yoke, July Si. The snb-treasurr
ofiiclalsand staff were rushed yesterday
receiving and koepiDg tally of the deposits
of gold mads by the Xew York banks in
exchange for greenbacks. All Indications
point to an aggregate accumulation of tha
precious metal, from banks asd institu
tions in this city and ont of town financial
centers, fully up to $25,0(),00O. Tele-
graphlo advices were received In the street
that the initiative of the Xci York banks
and bankers for the building up of the
treasury gold reserve was being followed
up in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and
other principal cities. The corrected offi
cial total of deposits at the sub-treasury
from the inception of the movement to
cloae of business ycitiTday is $13,755,000.
I.lt of the Itanka anal Deposit,
Tho deposit! bring the treasury gold re
serve up to approximately tlix-'.WH.uii.
The list of bauks and the individual de
posits follows: City National, 82,000,000;
llunover National, 11,500,000; Chemical
National and National Park, tl.OUO.aw
each; unknown banks, ju,fi0; Chase Na
tional, Fourth National and Importers'
and Traders' tT.VU'U each; Bank of Now.
York, Bank of U public, Amcrlcau Ex-
chance National, Manhattan Coiniany
and United States Trust Company, Bank
of America. First National, tMlo.ouu each;
Gallatin National, Mechanics' Natinnnl.
National kink u Commerce, ftno,
A.M each; Merchants' National,
e-ijO.lluO; .-valHxvrd Natto.int, tulOOmo;
Hank of North America, C'oniincntal Na
tional anil .irliell .Notional, .iM.iK)o.ich;
National Mine and leather ami I nion Na
tional. tlim.iMi eneh; Sixth National, $73,
fW; Fifth National, Oernuin American.
Leather Manufacturer Nutinnal,Mechan
les' and 1 railers'. National Citizens', I'co-
ple s M'vcnth National and estsidc, $.,
ouu ear h; and Oriental, t-i,0'.
KfTect It Had on the Market.
The rhango for the better In tho imme
diate financial outlook, owing to the ef
fective ineanros that are lieing taken for
the protection of the treasury (fold ro
rrve, while pnitifying to the conservative
element f:iiled to induce profcssjonnl op
erators both h tu and in Imdon to foreiro
the opportudity to realize profits. Iho
mnrkoting of long slock imparted a
rather feverish tono to tho late dmlings.
out considering tho uiwourngement that
b.wl recently prevailcil anion,'; holders and
owners of Meurit les tho market displayed
In tho main unexpected strength.
No dell iii to Information as to the pro-
gress made by tho committee ot foreign
waking nouses in rcpiru to inc putn lor
shutting all gold exports was olitainnliln,
emphaUc confidence as to the success 01
the nrrangpinenis tliat. are now lieing jmt-
fee ted. li.lscou'IuMon was foreshadowed
by an easier market for foreign exc-hungo
and by reports that no gold would lie
shipped tlds week. Actual rates for sterl
ing were reduced.
Ito.h for a New St mil.
VTAshinotoX, July 21. Tho new $1 gil"
ver certillcato designed by Mr. Low, of
New York, made its first public appear
ance yesterday, and there was a rush by
local business men to get hold of the JRI,
UOU In new notes paid out over the treasury
counters. The new noto undoubtedly Is
artistic in nppcarance, but from its marked
difference from tho old notes may not bo
at first well received by the conservative
BUILDING AND LOAN MEN
Adopt a Ttrsolntinn That Is Strongly for
the Cold Standard.
PllH.APEt.riUA, July 2. Tho second
dny's session of the United States League
of Local Uiilliling and Loan associations
wns opened with an address by Espy W. H.
Williams, of New Orleans, president of
the Louisiana State Homestead league.
lfo said t!uit when t!ic credit of tho Fnitcd
States asa nation cm bo grounded upon
the same principles that sustain the credit
of the Homestead association, thero will
be no loiurer any need to fetr Wall stm-t
and It:itard street; no need to Uro.,d the
depletion of "gold reserves," or to tremble
at the mercenary threat of the foreign
Iximl holders. It was his belief that the
day was appmoching when this coudition
would I realized.
Tho Interest In the afternoon session
centered In the work of the resolution
omimltt-- and routino business wns
rushed through until the committee re
port was rrewhed. Tho llnanclal pbiuk
was what the delegates were Waiting for.
and when it was road the wildest cheer
ing prevailed. The resolution is a mdicul
declaration fur the gold standard. It was
Mojnr MeHlnlry Draws a Crowd.
AUIASCE, O., July St. An enormous
crowd was In attendance at the thirty
ninth annual commencement of Mount
L'nlon college. The ciercises began at 8
a. ui. J'.iij-T MeKinley. one of the trus
ties of the collcgn, arrived from Cleveland
at tf:'. A great crowd was at the station
to greet Idm.
- Chaaaaatlsna Corod la a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cores in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mvsterious. It re'
moves at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents,
Sold by Otto Urotjan. druggist. Bock
Island, and Gust bchlegel & Son, 220
In est Second street. Davenport.
Whea Baby was alck, we gave ber Caatoria.
Wlif abo was a Child, ah. crW t or Oaatoria.
Wheal ah. beeame Mim, abe chmg to Caatoria.
Wbea ahe had CUUren, she gave them Caatoria.
Children Cry for
The Art of Keeping Cool
Has been studied by the wise
man who has been to HOPPE'S
and had an elegant, well-fitting
cool suit of clothing made, and.
he can smile inwardly while the
ready made man is sweltering, in
an uncomfortable, ill-fitting suit.
Wear clothing that fits you in
hot weather by going toIIOPPE,
and you will feel comfortable in
both pocket and mind.
. Tho Tailor.
TNISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Kupturo cured without uho
' of knife
ROOMS 3G and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
a woman's Youth.
Health nml Happiness too offer.
vamsii -vi!t (;ii'lliMa,
When dora tlie hliht come? Too ofEcr.
when the ln of mothrrhoiul should rn
h:ini-o lilVn happincj. "Wlitn liahy'cninc,
heal in ti-nnrtnl" is many a wmans cxirrr-
ictier. Hut th msa nils wht have litiicTed Uiat
the vtcor. vnvrtzv mid iv'f health were troiic
forever, have hixn rejoiced ns this one. "For
svn filtetn rears I'm
liet-n nfliioted with
- 1rtlttiTVivyt lain v-il.
ntioti and eidarj.re
nunt of the titeru.
nave la lied to re
lieve, twist Mav a
, I a total wreek-no
-'i iV J t
1 1 ncin Torme. i icarn
eii of Wild Olive and
kp mr." AIK8.T. T,
eva, N. Y. This itt
htit one of the thoti
pands that have
been cared by these remedies. Wild Olive is
K-al treatment. It will alonecwrea ma-
joritrof these eusc. Mvrtle Tonic rapid! v
iiuil:is up the jsencral nealtn ana strenctlicns
tile nervous nvtem. Thcm.- comiiinutioii n-n:
edies are the niont commun-sense trcctnici:t
minlc. Cures are s-jiiieker t'naa ty any t!ur
method and permanent. Fhrsician's trertt-
rietit iscxiiensive. diajrrccable, usuallv incf-
cetual. Cure voiirsclf quietly at home. The
remedies nrcM . cacll. Kntnn'.cs am! a hc-ipiid
treatise. FHI-IC. YICTflK MEMCAL
bSt)CIATIUN. SuutU tvud, latiiaua,
Ms. M. J. Sakoimt, Agfsnt.
1113 Th.rtj-ftev. nth St Bock IeUnd
Is a Local Lite tae, and
s the remit cf coids
and Hidden climatic
It can b c .rvj bv a
pleasant remedy which
is applied d.reciiy into
the noatril Belc
qntckly aororbed it
gives relict at once.
opena and cleanr-e. Ibe
a.ai ra.aaa-ea. Aiiaye
Pam and ludammation.
COLD n HEAD
lieals the eorea.Fro-
tecta the Memhrana from Colds. Restores the I
fense. or Tute and Mncll. l nc uaim is qnuKiy I
abaorbed and eivrs relief at onee. 1 rice Ml cenic I
at Drnginau or by mail.
ELY BROTHERa.MWarrca5trcet,Kcw York.
MOOUCES I- 1
THE AS0VE RESULTS J
It aalck.Lv- n-l surety re-1
mote. NVOllle-vs IiiiianieiiCV-
N rbtly .mrnifn-i. Evil Prnis.
Wavstinf Oiaeasfs und all -ffec:s of slf-au&e or
excpsa and indtorrviion. Hestnrpa Jmi Vitsitty.
Powr and Fslliua Memorr. Wauls ofT Iusftuitr
ftnd consumptloD. Cur wrwn aVliot brs faiL Iniun
on OaiTinK I TALIS, no orhr. Can beeamrd tn
the jest pork:. By ma.il $U0 psr pw kcwev u
r $5.00 viUx ft KomrauTM W Car v l&cflUkd
Ilk JHMttT. .ireui&r rTe. AQr
CALUMET MEDICINE C0-, CHICAGO. ILL.
VOr aakt by War. ball
F-abor and Bans
"VTr ANTED KEN WHO TVTCX. WORK FOR
I VV S75 k mocLh salary or laiffe cote mission
I reujur staple iroods oy sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary, u me us. noosesoMl
bpecialty company, 77 . ounn street, vin
I "TTT ANTED I.ADIKS AND GENTLEMEN
1 V V wko wish to Correspond for pleasure, or
I with a view to matromony to join the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau, Salem. Ohio.
oena two cent stamp lor descriptive circular.
Address W. E. lleck, look box b7. Salem, Ohio.
TITANTED-GOOD -RELIABLE HELP OF
tf all kinds ho can lurni.-Ji references to
use The abucs wmt column. Call!, are re
ceived at this office daily Jor domestics, etc.,
who can come well recoffimenued. Try this
column for a sitnation ami il you are reliable
you win net one.
R RENT TWO FRONT ROOMS NICELY
furnished. Call at 1 to. second avenue.
R RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
In the Carse building on second avenue
IflOR RENT FtTtNISHED ROOMS. NEW
and clean. Call and see. Z!0 Thirteenth
IVIOR RENT FOrR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
J- location. Reasonable terms. Apply E.
FOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE AT 110:
also a second s.orv, nice, large, airy
rooms, at IT at 1011 Third avenue.
T30R SAF.E TWO COTTAGES IN GOOD
-a. condition: a ban-v.m if taken at once.
Call at UX and 11 Fiftb avenue.'
mOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT, EAST
-a- front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot, water and
sewer. Apply at 3i Fifth avenue or on
I premises, &K Thu-ty-ei-h.ta street.
T OST YOCXG PUG DOG. ONE EYE IN
a jured. Return to 'i08 Kii-'Ulcculli street
auo receive reward.
T OST-SOME PHOTOGRAPHS ON SIX
ond avenue in the vicinity of Twentieth
I street. Return to this olliee and be rewarded.
TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
wepay our pupils eiu lo 51 per ween to work
for us at hqine, evenings or spare time. Send
for work fcnu particulars. Hermann & Sv
mour, 13 South Sixth street, I'tiiladelphla, I'a.
We are showing our
Usual lice of fine
Fred WoItiMffl,' Jeweler.
Beliable Goodi at
1805 SECOND AYEXUE.
Has the best equipped Bicy.
cle Kepair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent (gr the widely known
A J AX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St.,
BUSIDK J. sunns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time '
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage Is Solicited,
OXce 1S20, Boooad At. -
Hanar Hnaaa SUU
Caaily, Quickly and Perraaneatly Restorad.
Cti.rsniTga Escusa Emxsr
1 It Is kA. on a valtlva
r'-iaran'c t- cnr. any
forta ct tsc-wa pr--traticarr
of tho ccitrl orrasa cf
, either p 'X, cir.icl
Urferc trr cirrsx.TO eso 1.1
T'iciecx Alcr bol it irniso, or
c-t yoathfci i:-t. pcrr i.au ft e!y indulgence eta.
Iltiarn. CQr.rclsWna. TCakeftilncn. l!csdrha,
Metlai iprrefWrin. Hvfteniii(otth. Bmin. WMk
Aifawrr. liparin Lkwn i'aina, Betninai Weakness,
Htcria. Noctemal Eaiinicafl. Twrmfiforrhn-a.
Lom of IVwer and Impotaacy, whieb it nglaciaa.
E.ST leed lo nmnAta,. old an and icattnilT.
rvitivclY cnaraatred. lYico. tlJSJO a box: brrsfsl
fTVfA tijsrtbr trail co rwl'totpriee.A writtar
nuuw toraiaBva wita owry auw oniar mreirrU.
So reisnd ta. Djooey u a permanant cci. ia oak
liESYIA XSDICESB CO- Oatrott, Kick.
Bold by at. r. Biaassa. dmtxiat. Bock lalaaa
Commencing Monday, July
20th and Continuing
We need money worse than
we need goods, henco this
big cut. We hare deter
mined to unload our stock
of summer goods; some will
go at a loss, others at cost.
The selling season is about
to a close and we have a sur
Baby Carriages, '
And many other goods. We
carry no goods over from
one season to another. 16
to 1 you will buy if you need
anything in tho line, as you
have fully two months to use
them in. Our fall stock is '
beginning to arrive and we
must have tho room. Come
carry the bargains away and
you will be pleased with
your purchases. If not satis
factory your money will be
Wash Goods Department.
Striped, dofed and figured lawns, toclose Q1
out, re.- yard
A better line in organdies, etc., to clo?e, 7.
par yard ' w
Fine nice ahear lawns and dimities, to IHl
C O e, per yard IUU
Gineharus, fancy ulaida and stripes, to A1
close, per vard. "tit
A fine line of coindntts and li.nrcd drap- 191m
i ry. to clone, per yard.... -sw
Donhle fold drapery, rolorrd fijrnres, 901
worth np to 40c, to clofe, per yard aitjU
Printed Denires for npbolttering and cov- Oi
crine, thouM be 2c lo cloae. oer yard, la-iv
A Rood 6-foot driving whip, worth Site, ti
A better one 6 foot Ions, braided era-ker, 9flf
tw ifurrell. worth c to cloae CMt
Then we have a complete line of raw
ti de, and ahalcbone whip4, worth dou-
rnie."k.':f 98C, 68C, 5OC, 42C
Too many ana wo want to r.'osc them out
.ome are a 1 linen other fancy cen
ter and pla'ds with fringe w. came
? q8c, 7c, 68c
In looking over our stock of diLiier ware
we had an assorted lot of dinner sets for
which we have been asking from S9 to S13.
In order to close them quick we will make
sweeping reductions in prices for this week.
1 wan goods are troiu well known inanu
lacturers such as Anthony, Shaw, Knowels,
Taylor A Knowels. If you are in need of a
dinner set do not miss this as it will be
money in your pockets to purchase now,
ote the prices below.
100-piece dinner set, line porcelain hnish.
K.. T. & K s. new shape, handles finished
in brorze, for this week at So-4'J, former
100-tiiece dinner seL mild trarintrs on
eaf-h piece, sliape very new, would be cheap
at 812, for this sale, at ST.50.
liny your fruit cans and lelly classes now
at wnoiesaie prices.
Only a few left, bnt thev will go ouick.
$15 White enameled, cold trimmed, up
holstered in Italian cloth, satin parasol, sold
at 815, our closing sale price 8S.95; our 812
carnages win go lor 50.95 and others pro
Daring this week we will give you 20 per
cent off on all hammocks over $1 to close
for the season.
59c, 69c, 69c, 81.25 and np to $2.93,
one-third less than their value.
3-11I7 rubber hose Site vet foot with
5-pIy rubber hose 9Je per foot with
1 - rr
GUlllHUJS' UUWWllOCI UUUI U- A, lO,
Gem spray nozzles 25c each.
Remember the Big Store.
YOUNG & MgGQUBS
1725 SECOND AVE.
Knee Deep in June
Is a favorite expression of the Hoosier
poet, James Wiiitcomb Riley.
Is an expression of
we mean that our
are worth seeing.
Come In and See TJs.
Bargains in books
1723 SECOND AVEXUE.
Honest Value for
WILSON MOLDTE BUGGY CO.
Hare attained their colobrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWARII
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palaco, N. Y., In 1863,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to tho Schomackcr Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and again
At the American institute in New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacke Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COMTIKCO08LT FOB 28 TKAES AT
BEE GJ5 HIVE
Oar Great Midsummer Sale is an Event
Competition with it an Impossibility.
Prices for this week lower than ever.
Fienred brilliantine, wMl
linad, velvet binding, (SO rft
wurta3, for aS.JU
Extra fine brilliantine. well
lined, velvet binding, O O E
worth $5, for 0,0
Very fija blark crepun. rai
ling lln'n;, velvet bound,
vtry wide, worth for..
Bror&ded tatln a.lrt, very
wide, beaatlfsl pattern,
worth 115, for
Bilk mohair kirt. eqnal to
all aiia. rusrlita? llclnir,
worth $?S0 for
Ladies Summer Suit,
. 1..diea' scobalr atid feared brillianUo.
accord eon pleated .alrt..
At KB, ttylieh dock taitf, worth $4
At ., stylish barer salts, worth tJ0
At $1. tt Tilth vhitai dock skirts worth
1 SO ana as.
our own. By that
bargains in books
of every kind.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have Invariably received
At lie, si! oor xfic and lie tats.
At '-flc all onr T' and (1 hata.
At ouc all onr Si a-a SI. SO.
Largest aeaortment of helu to tha city,
and we guaianic oar pricta tbc lowaat. 1
Ladies' Waists' Almost
At rr ladl..' sttliih Iaandrlc4 WalaU.
At e ladies' sirl eh lanndritd waists,
wnrtn SI 'A and Si VI
At 9V- utdieai' styliaa lanndia4 walau,
worta Si .,S a.,d s i.
At 2i lad'es stilish silk waists,
worth $5 and 10.
At 84 48 ladie.' stylish tllk waists,
worth 7 BO ana $-1.
AtWTI ladic stylish silk wabrta.
WWIM, .1. MM
We have narked all onrtranmd lata m
tt:x.etiy half price. Ke.Vt a hat, pay C
half of lb ontrinai prie, and it la yonra. 9
kVoh haia for Si Oi 1 f Hi hat. for C
ibua(or I SO j m hat. for lut
4.'u bats fr .) I nt hata for S TS C
LnirivToed hatadivicied int three lots: W
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