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THE ABGUB, TUESDAY AUGUST 11. 189S.
ra.Vi.kaa D.ily and Weakly at in Steond
ATrtat,Boeklt:iid.IU. Intend ittUMl
Ska an taeueJ-t'an natter
J. Vt. POTTtR -
Tf RJMs-Daily, M V" week. Weekly,
l-i.OH per aunam: In trmnrt 1 HI
All comaonl'atKiLB of a critical or artfatnenta
!!t chir ic'cr. political r rcltgtooa, mill have
t- Eitn a tached for pnMicatton. No tack
a:'.'..l '1! b ptisw ovtt EcttUiaa tlnt'utoa.
f-tr: ji 1etj to:l :ud ticm avsry toini.F
In fcch Iul county
J IT-DA I. Al ULST H. 11S6.
To the aldermen
levee will dictate
A glance at the
duty in regard
Povertt. no matter how worthy it
may l. is according to the republi
can party, only another name for
The lln. Uenre V. Prince is now
a M xlern Woodman. He was ini
tiated w ith four other at a meeting
nt ;alesbnrr, camp (ifi., last rn
dnv evening. t'nion.
Thai is about as cheap a niece of
political advertising as has come un
der our notice before in any cam
paign. W. J. IiiiYASt's fpcech at McKiu
ley'a homo yeatcrdiy should net an
enivrnpie to the tiie-euUr and blath
erskites of bot h parties who are seck
iti to dt-radu rather than elevate
politic. Mr. ttryan's address wad a
in I'oaniaious tribute to hi oppo
nent, an rvidecce of dinllicd re
aper t and esteem and ltsell gave the
lii to thine who have charged the
denincratlo i-andidalo with icjklnj;
to iudule in pjraonalitie in the
Jon J. h'iAl.LJ, Feb. 13.1MX, said:
la our own civil war it is doubtful
if the pld of New York and London
di ! not work greater injury than the
powder and lead nnd tho iron of the
rel et. It was the ni"t invincible
enemy of the public .credit. fiold
iid no soldier or sailors. It re-i-i
d the national obligation. It was
north most when onr fortune were
the lowest. Every defeat Ka,rB ,n"
crease l ralue. It was in open al
liance with our enemies the world
over, ami all its energies were
evoked for our destruction, lint, as
usual, when danger had been averted
and tho victory secured, pnld swap
pers to the front and assumes the
In atveurfl a fir silver.
Jan. '.' I, 1X77, the house of rcprc
entmives of tho Thirtieth general
assembly of the state of Illinois
adoptud without a dissenting voice the
following joint resolution:
KesolvPit, Hy the house cf repre
sentatives, the' senate concurring
herein, that tho members of both
houses of conirress from this state
are hereby instructed to introduce
ami advocate the pass-age of a bill
providing for the free coinage of sil
ver dollars ot the old standard
weight and lineness, to be a legal
tender for any amount and for all
purposes. Journal of the house,
Tho roll of the members-elect
shows that Minron H. limey ot
Champaign. William P. Callon ot
Morgan; F.dward I. Conkrite of
Stephenson. Henry II. F.vans of
Kane, Koss llralmm of White. Peter
Kiolbas'n of Cook, Hubert McKinlay
of F.dgar. Thorns. K. Morritt ot
Marion. William A. Mooro ot Tazo
well, Thomas M. Moonryham ol
Franklin. John Mayo Palmer of San
gamon, John A. Koehe ot Cook, Cor.
rad Secrest ot Ircquois, James Shaw
of Carroll, Eugene A. SIttig of Cook,
J. H. Taylor of Cook. J. W. K. Thomas
of Cook. William L- Vandeventcr of
lirown, Hampton W. Wall of Ma
coupin. James M. Washburn ot Wil
liamson, Alonzo S. Wilderman ot
St. Clair, and K. It. Sherman ot Cook,
were among the number ot members
holding seats in that body in that
session. As such, they must have
known that such resolution was
pending, tor it was introduced by
Mr. Taylor, republican, of Cook, on
the 9th of January, and referred to
t ie commit on federal relations,
which modified it by making it road
.mtruct" instead of rcfiucst" onr
tu ambers of congress.
This resolution was at once trans
ru'tted to the senate and adopted by
a vote of ayes SI: noes, none. Sen
ti Journa'l, pago -3V
Among those vct'ng aye are. F.
m ptxjmmi Bsocr idsj wrua.n at
,nnwi vj nam puTuciatij-
UK Pir.HTFB'fS mJ
t'.jU. RklltrrlltV.f iUT rr1t-tw lnrk.
31 Ki&KEST IITIK3S.
1 S Bnark Kaaaaa, Owa Oiaanrerks.
BM ..,.. 1 j. winirnil rt ry
MAI' lilt I n SS2 1ST Secaid are ,
B7SSU. lSff Secaaatna
1-. ,'X.. a. . . -a
- ei " ota l P' .
Arrnoa" fTiwAcnT. bmt tor
p'lf , Uy
ta A tasiM.ra t mi.t.l... I
E. W. Brink, of Hoy 1 ton; Henry D.
Dement, of Dixon, Lee county; John
M. Hamilton, of Bloomington, Mc
Lean county; Miles Kehoe, cf Chi
cago, Cook county; William IT. Par
ish, of Harrisburg. Saline county;
Faucett Plumb, of Streator, LaSalie
county, and William E. Shutt, of
Springfield, Sangamon county.
George Hunt. of Paris. Edgar coun
ty, was present, but did not vote.
We are perfectly aware of the fact
that the gentlemen whose names ap
pear on the foicgolnft list ate not
all going to give their suppprt this
year tj candidates tor president aal
Vice president, and for congress,
pledged to the maintenance of the
existing single gold standard, espe
cially those of them remaining in ac
tive political life, arc respectfully re
quested to publish their reasons for
their change since the year 1377,
which was about the time the public
begun to learn, to its astonishment,
that the demonetizing act of 1873
bad been sneaked through congress
and that the American silver dollar
was for the future to be shut out
from the mints.
Thu report of f he tnfe banking dnpart
munt on New Vnrk wivintcs hanks shows
I)r New Vork city nn lnercase over 15 of
$J4,."iiio,U00 In total refurces, and -:M,2U0,-
UUdtm derHiAltor. The surplus has de
rn'.i-d ll.T1") nnd tho number of de-
p(iitors bus inert1 i-d S8.H.1T.
Tl.o Isliinil lmik. the oldest finan
cial Institution in Hrx.k'yj. has started
to wiud up i;s inrv r, the directors having
rlevideil to rii out of husine. tvery dol
lar of its il.-po-.as will bo paid.
Mrs. Anni - t'aplin, of Wilkeslrre, Pa,
rvu birth to u t"f laby on the ferry boat
llipiitcn: while erossiug from Ilobokvn
to New York.
Kucene Vl)i-ln has declared fr Bryan,
but av hn eaiinot nupp.rt Sewall, whom
he tbsnks h'-uld steii aside In favor of
I'ulieeiii.-i u I.. U. James routed a crowd
of ImiVs from u swiintiiinit pool in West
Newark, U., and placid the youngsters
tindi-r nrreot. liilo ctaiiliiij? near the
bank the ofticer's attention was diverted
nnd tlx- Imivs threw him iuto the creek
livery lad escaped.
Conduetor t'rum found the dead body of
n newly burn baby on the Metropolitan
elevated near l'coria street, Chicago. The
little ono was carefully wrapped in a news-
.lames Seymour, who kept a saloon at
Ilohy, Intl., gave n dilin to his friends.
After it was over he shot himself. Losses
irrowlng out of tho closing of tho Indiana
r ice tracks are supposed to have prompted
William Strong, a porter for C. 8. Kim
ball, a saloonkeeper at Chicago, is missing,
ns Is also
Sir. A. E. Rinohnrt, nn enthusiastic
Mcycllst of Denver, rode 00 miles in sev
enteen hours nnd thirty-live minutes. She
recently rode ten centuries ia as many
John Dalton. n Chiengo peddler, while
drunk nsnultetl his wife and i:i je,ir-old
dauiditer with a hnniTiier. Mrs. ton's
skull was fractured and she may die.
Claud Sunders, who dis-ipp;-:ired eight
years no. Iihm relurued to his father
homo In A.t.'.'.crvoii. ZniL The boy was
supposed tu have been dead and buried at
Mrs. Fred I'hlfcr wag burnrd to death
at 1 (alias, Tex., Iry the destruction of Meis
terliatis garden. She rushed into the
Vuililing tu save fcWO in a trunk, but tho
root fell in ou her.
Kdward Hinkel. of Detroit, owner of the
Azalin, was thrown from his yacht in a
collision nt Port Huron, Mich., and
crushed by the steamer Normandio.
Dr. James T. Scott, of Greentown, Ind.,
cut his throat and was successful in end
ing his life. Ho was demented owing to
Tour Boy Won't Live a Mouth.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill
street. South (iardncr, Mass., was
told by tho doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, nnd he spent f 375 with doc
tors, who linally nave, him up, say-
intr: lour boy won't livo a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to iro
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present good health
to the use ot lr. King s JNew iis
coverr, and knows it to bo the best
in the world fer lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullemevct's
Rheumatism Cared In a Day.
Mystic Cure" (or theumatiem
and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the canse, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Orotian, drupgist, Kock
Island, and uust bcniegcl dc Son, Zl'U
West Second street, Davenport.
. When Yon Take Your Vacation
The most necessary article to have
with you (after your pocket book) is
a bottle of rolev s Colic Cure. It
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of bowels caused bv a
change of water.
1 ou are likely to need it. Sold by
m. t. Bannscn.
When Baby was sick, we jrav her Canoria.
Whea ahe was a Child, abe cried for Caatoria.
Wbea she became Miss, she citing to Caatoria,
Wbea she had Children, ahe gate than Caatoria.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Estate of Wilheln. Sander, ceceaaed
banndarflnaCliav!!' been appointed adtnra-
strauix of the estate ot Wubeltn Satijer,
lata of tba county ot koec laiand.
tan of Dlino;, deceased, nereby eivaa notice
bat (tin will appear -Before the eouoty conn
of Rock I'land county, at the office of the clerk
of (aid nr.rt- In the cut of Kock Island, at tee
October term, online nrm aonnay in wiooer
nexL, at which time all prisons havine eia-ma
acauureaid eelato aie notified and requested to
attend, fur Uie purpose ol having the g&aia ad-
All iiereous lnltlid t:J " ttaie n rs-
r aud this Sth day cf Joty a i'.. l.
, ACGUsuk cancil, Admlniatxaulx.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I '
Kock Isino cociiit. ( " I
In the cucuit court, to the bepttmber tc:m, A.
Gndall t. Cellos vs. Ella Baker in attachment.
FnMic notice ia neraiy aivm to tn aia una
Bnker that a writ of attarhment lasued
oat of the office of th clerk of the circuit court
of Keck Irland county, dated the Sltb day of
rch. A v.. iwi,. at tne sen 01 tne emu
Aadana tllni, and lesnil the estate of
triA,rt Klla Baker for llie nm of ten hnn-
(Iradsn'l iwinty ve dollars, (tl.u) directed to
the therm o' raid Hoc it isiana cennty, wmcn
M,t1 wra hin ' - n H'lnm'O execuica.
And an orrter itavin? entered 01 rtcwi m aa a
cont at th'May term, tsNi, thertof, that a,d
rana aland c-iiitinued.
Now. 1 hreroi. nnieen von. tne ain jwi uacer.
shall ronall be ard atnoar before th sild
circan cO'iit ot hock laland county on tne llrvt
da of the next term ferrof. t" he holJen at
the ronrt hons in the nty of Hork It-land.
In asul enmity, on the first Monday of Meptetntier,
A. !.. 1--, g'Ve special iiaii at.a plead to iii-atd
ptainlirTa artion, judgment will he crtcred
arnn1 you., and in favor of the aaid Gudalia
K. C-llua. and 0 much of the untDerty at-
inched as m.i- he (nfllch-nt to siti-fy Hie ssiii
ju. lenient and rot will be eold to satfy the
&ane, ur-.cui.ik w . uauhlji. c'lvris.
ilcFsiav cb McEmkv, FlaistitTc Attorneys.
Jaly 1'J.A. D., lS'ifi.
STATU O f 1 LLTNOi 9, I
Hoca 1-iAira Cocsrr. 1
In the Circuit court. September term, A. D.
la r potitioa of Kock I -lam! and Eastern lili
tMi! kai.wav ci.miiitnv to condemn richt of wav.
AffiluTtt of the non-reeidence of the defnc-
Aiit. Pet-r rarreii, Ann yt . wadewortn.
William C. Wa"lworth, Kate Eraser. Henry
Kraier. Jwphine I'eltijrew and I'ctticrcw
(her husi'anili. having been nled in the c crU'o of-
tire ot tha circuit court of pa d county, no'irc ip
'ben-furc hcruhy tfivcn to tbe paid non-rcpi-
denl ilefeiKiauls that tbe petitioner Died it
petition iu salil court, on the chancery side there
of, on ttie nveiity-n'nih 'J9) day of May, lMSii, and
tiiat thereupon a pummons Ipsued out of said
miirt. where. u aaid putt to now pendine. retuma-
hie on the lirft Monday In the month of Septem
ber next, ip ny taw reonireu.
ow, uL.!e?s you the paid non-resident df-
fenriaut abov named. Peter l-a-re'!. Anna II
WadPwoTth, William C Wailtworib, Kate Fmeer,
Iler.ry r rsser, joaeptnne rett;rew ana fetti-
prtw.phall personalty be and apiiear before paid cir
cuit court, on tbe first day of the next term there
of, to be hoiden at Kock Island in and for t Iw said
county, on th e flrrt Monrtny in September next, and
pienn, answer or aemur 10 tne said pcimoners
eetition. the same and the matters and
thine? t erein charged and stated will be taken
as conreppird, and a decree entered against you
accoritii!! to me prawr or paid nm.
Kock Island, llL, July 38, IslW.
Gkobok W. OAai.a. Clerk.
Baas BrponD Complainant's Solicitors.
in the circuit court of said county, at the Sep tern
Caroline routherd, Diana Irwin, Emma:lne
Stootholl rs. Mary Larore, Andrew J. Likht.
.insreb Lutht, Mary Millard. Emma llartweil. C.
W Liulit, Louisa i'oddiiitou. Lucinda llodkin-
6ou. Jorin Lteht. Koheri Licht. llncoa Ander
pon, Chr't-s A. l.i'-jht, John II Lu;ht, Martha
Lixbt. Uehecca Schnl'st. WtUm-nF. Ll'ht. Robert
A. L -'lit. Annie Liuht. barali M. D.-.-il. Jar.e
-aundt-rs, Emma Root, it. 17. L-ght, Anna A. Tal-
hott. Florence 1.1cm. aatie E. l-mbt, Jav w,
L'L'ht, Wiliiam Durinbeirv and Wil.iam Iius-.n
berry, administrator of the estate of Jotepb
Aflidavit of con residence or Marv LaFoe.
Andrew J. I.i7ht, Jopcph i.iirht. Man Millard.
Emma linriwel'. C w. Llcnt. Louiso Colding-
toii. I.ucindi. Hodainsnn, Joan Lipht. Robert
Lij;ht.. Slineola Andtrson, Charles A. Lifrht. John
11. l.i'.-nt. iteiK-cca Hcnuiz. wnnara t . L'Bbt,
Hut), rt A. bicht. Annie Liiiht. Sarah M. Lu-al.
ne saiu d rs. Emma Root, B. C. Ltht. Anna
Taluott. Florence LiSlit, Jim It- K. Li-'ht. Jav
W. LiL'ht. the above defendantahaviuz been filed
in the clcrk'e ofHec of the circuit court of aaid
comity, notice is hereby given to the said non
resident defendants that tbe complainant hied
their hill of complaint in paid court, on the ehac
eery pie thereof, on the Ssthdayof May. 18H6. ami
innt tnerenpoa a pummous issued ont 01 paid
eourt. wherein Paid snit is now pending, returna
ble on the first Mmday in the month of September
next, as is by law required, isow, unless yon.
the said non-resident defendants above named.
rball Dcrponallv be and appear before the paid
circuit court on the Brat day of tbe next term
thereof, to be holJen at Kock Island In and
for tbe Paid county, on tna nrst Monday
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the paid complainant's bill of complaint, the pame
and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will he laKen as eonrepsed. and
decree rnte-vd against yon according to the
prayer or said Din.
utiuitetB w uudij, vienu
Boss: island. 111., July 17. ihsh.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Hoes IslaJTO Couvtt, I
IntheOlrrnit eourt in chancery, Hcptembcr
tann. A. D. 1KW.
John W. Johnston va. El'za Johnston. Francis
Johnston. Marcaret Johnston. John Johnston.
Bli?.a Johnston, Frank Mmlth. Samuel Smith, Al
Mother, Mosher, Matilda Kemp, --
tmo. Jocpntne John-ten. ucnrr Jounttnn. J.
W. Johnston. Maria JohDMon. Martha Johnston.
John L. JnhuMou, Ella Johnston, Anna Pitman,
fit man. illzan'tn nusimmtms, Aati
Pitrjiimmona. harhel Johnston. William John
ston, Thomas Johnston. Nilee W. Dimer, Wil
liam Johnston, guareian of 3ii1c W Dietner,
minor. Ka uel John1on. Tboma Johnston. John
llutcbineon, Mary niitcninun. joreph uutcnln-
tni. Mrcarct Hiltchlnran. Itnotrl uutenmpon.
Ilnnlc Iiutcbinon. 1 nomas Hatchmson. Kmma
11utchinm. Hilllam Uutcntrron. ora Bue.hin-
ixin. Henry Ilu'cmnron, . mcrr E. uiKriitnson,
Matilda Smith. J2j f Braitn. tne uuwnown lie-rs
or devisees of Thomas JohLslon. deceaord the
unknow-n owners of the wcet one-ualf of Uie
nnth-eaat nuartcr ol section number twentr-mx
In iown-hip nnra'r sixteen (IKi north of
ranire number two wept or tne ronrtn r. M. in the
connty of Kcc Inland and state of Illinois. Bill
to flot.atrne arid correct will.
To the above named ae'enaants. citza jonns-
ton. rranei Johnptoo, Manraretdunreton. Jonn
Johnston. E!ta Johnston, rranic emiui. Samuel
Smttb. Al Mother. Moeher. Matilda Kemp,
Kr-mn. joaeDhtne jounion. iinry4aiin-
ton, J W Jobnrion. J! aria jouno'on. John L.
.Intanaton. t la Johnston. Anna ritman.
Pi-roan. Barbel Jobnrtoa, lhomaa Johnston.
John Ilu't-h nfon. Kary Hutchinson, Jnrepb
Ilutchinron Marsaret uuuninron, uonen llulcn-
tnson. finme Hutafatn'on, 1 nomas uurchinson.
Emma Hutchinson, wdiiam UutcinMiu. Nora
Hutchinson. Henry Butchinaon, Mar B. Ilutch-
inon Ka Una pmi'B -amaa smiia. tna angnown
heira or deviacea 4 Tnomaa jo&nston. fleceasea.
tbe unknown owners of tbe weit half of tbe
aoutheast quarter of section number twanty-ai
Il. in Osdbuid DBniDcr ir 111,1. norm
ranife number two(S) weit of the Fourth princi
pal meridian in the county of Kock Island and
Affiia:tor onr nor-re-.uenee nivine oeei
filed in the office of ibe ckr of aaia circuit
mart. noii-A ia hercbr iriven to tou and each of
von. that the aU'Ve named complainant nas njea
tn said coo it t.r bill ot complaint against yon on
tba cbatxary a-da of ratd court, and a eummona
In rhantcrrr ba oe-u lard In id caue
airaint you returnable to the next term of aaid
cobrt. tn be h-sun a d holJen at the court houe
in the CtT cf Kock Is'-and in said county on tba
first Monday in September A . I)., at which
tiae and elace you will appear and plead, answer
or demnr to raid bill of c -nip-tint i won rr St.
Dated ar Rock Islanl, liliaoia, thia" SSih day of
July, A. I?M.
G corse W. GiBL. Clerk,
Swekskt t Watksa, Complainast'a Solicitor.
tor pnrity . and lor improvement of the cem- I
plcxion nothing equal Poszom's Powoaa.
VI ''ANTED ORDERS FOR SW'tET PtAS:
any co'.or. Tslephone 1120 or call at 5
WANTED PLAD SEWING AND HOME
laundry t reasoiiBble pr,ce. Work
iruarameed. 2a.'l Fourth avenue.
A1TANTED-lOSrTIOX AS HOrSEICFEP
M er ! refiaed, Mluca ted widow of 3T and
care of children in widower a lamuv. Kxeel-
nt manager and cook. Auoress. u., -B(ics
WANTED HEX WH'J WILL WOitK FOK
sellmt,- staple goods by aacpi6 to dealers. Ex-
SpfceLilty cooifacy, TT W. TodiUl aueat, Cin
TXTA N TED LADIEs AND GENTLEMEN
who wuji to correspond for pleasure. 0-
with view to mairomony to join the Eastern
Ohio Corresnondini; liureau, biilem, Ol io.
aena two cent stump tor utwinpw" v."vui.i.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box 97, Salem, Ohio.
IVfANTro-flTKID RELIABLE HELP OF
VV aU kinds wbo can turni'bi references to
use THE Ahccs want column, t-aus are re
ceived at this office dadv lor ootnesues. etc ,
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a wtnauon and if you are reliable
you will pet one. 1
TANTED-SOLICITORS FQH I.TFE OF
Miior MeKirnev. the next president, by
Murat Halsteud. Chauncev Depew. Foraker,
John Sherman and Marti Hanna. with blot'ra-
nhv ot Hntiart.. contains sueecheK and plat-
lorm. A bonanza for afents. a troia mine lor
workers. Onlv l no. lne oniy auinorirea
book. 50 icr cent. Credit iriven. Freight
paid. Outlit free. Hepin now with choice of
territory. Permanent, pmtitable woik tor yu.
Address. The National hook concern, star
TJIOR RENT A PIXASANT OFFICE ROOM
-a. In the Carae budding on Second avenue
TfOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
-S- locution. Reasonable terms. Apply L.
"a7OIt IlKNT A GOOD HOUSE AT HO;
A.' also a second story, nice, large, airy
rooms, at 7 at 1011 Third avenue.
FOR LENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room one block from business portion of
the city. Address T.. A Hi. US othee.
"IjlOR SALE TWO COTTAGES IN GOOD
A- condition: a Inn ruin if taken at once
Call at KtM and t: Fifth avenue.
IjlOR SALE A BLACKSMITH SHOP ANn
sto(k in Geneseo. A bargain if taken
son. Address Fred Kiliier, 1
O. box i-.
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 3 Fifth avenue or on
premises. oW Tbirty-eichth street.
IOST A DARK BROWN JERSEY COW
J with ul. tail. Nottlv the iloulcvard
grocery and receive reward.
IOSTX-A RAIN COAT ON FOURTEENTH
J avenue between Ninth and Twentv-liftn
streets. Return to K. Kuschmann's uroeery
and receive reward.
TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
cannot teach to draw a eravon
portrait bv our patent method in three lessons.
e pay our pupils em to is per ween to worn
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Scr.d
for wo-k and particulars. Hermann Sev
mour, 13 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
JISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Kupture cured without
BUUMS 36 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.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
! Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Eeliable Goods at
1806 81C0XD AYEMJE.
White Seal saloon
1S15 Second Avenue.
1725 Second Ave.
Where You Will Find Your
Iu Summer Goods. A word to the wise
is sufficient; so that we need hardly
mention that it is at Young & Jlc
Comus' liig Spot Cash Department.
We are having a genuine unloading
sale of all summer merchandise, which
we are determined to close for the sea
son, as we need money more than we
need the goods. All goods advertised
hist week will go at the same prices
what is left.
buy now and save money. Bead
the following list of what we have to
offer this week:
Notions and Small Wares.
Paper pins Ic
Papor needles, 25 in package. .. IC
Corset laces, black or white. . .
Shoe laces, black or white. . . ... 1c
Basting thread, per spool. . . ... 1c
Hooks and eyes, per card . . . ... 1c
Lead penci I - lc
Pen and holder IC
1 dozen clothes pins. .. . lc
25 envelopes, No. C . 2C
12 sheets writing papor. .. .... 2c
1 spool, 200 yards cotton thread 2c
12-inch rules .... 2c
'Best lead pencils, rubber tips.. 2C
Belt pins, nickeled .... 2c
Gilt hair pins, per package 2C
per roll :: 2c
Williams1 black ink, per bottle 3C
Buttons, agate, per card . . . ... 3c
1 ftat art AnrHPt Iapoa Ii1rlr nr
Donblo sheet sticky 11 v paper.. JC
Curling irons O
Langtry hair curlers 3
Box assorted hair pins OC
Box Jap t.ooth picks 4c
lloberts gold-eyo needles 4c
Best pins, 400 assorted sizes. .. 4c
Burnshine. per box 4c
Silk thread, per spool 4c
Best tar soap, p.r cake 4c
Toilet paper, per roll 4c
18-inch towels, per yard 4c
Glass towels, each 4
Powder gnns for insects 4
We are now putting the depart
ment in shape for our New Fall Stock
01 lyrocaery, etc., and as jet have
lew lines that we wish to include
We have a sample line of China labals
cakes and bread trays, olive dishes
and cracker jars that we will close
ont at less than the cost of produc
tion. v e need the room and will
make prices that will more than
suit, we nave placed them in two
lots as follows:
LOT 1 Festooned labads as
sorted shapes and decora
tions, open handles and of
first grade Carlsbad china;
these goods are marked to
ell at 95c and tl, but for
this week all go at each
LO r 2 Consists of a fine as
sortment -of labads. cakes,
trays, etc., in best grade of
French china; we havo asked
yon 11.50 for the same arti
cle that we will sell yon this
week at only
YODCfi & MIS
It's a Man's Duty
To dress well. He owes it to society and to him
self. If' he had to give up every pleasure in
order to be well clothed, he would be gainer by it.
A wtll dressed man is usually a successful man.
He has more chances in life than a shabby
fellow. The man who has his suits made by
DO UN is well dressed. Only a dollar or two
more than a "hand-mc down" but a world of
difference in make-up.
Honest Value for
WILSON MOLDTE BUGGY CO.
Have attained thoir celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
Till: IIK.IIi:ST AWARD
At the International F.xhibition at Crystal 1'alaco, N. T.. In 18S3,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At tho Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1868, and again
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At tho International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COVTIVCOCBLT tOK 28 YZaBS AT
I BEE QHIVE 1
jGiiivGreat Midsummer Sale is an Event.
Competition with it an Impossibility.
Prices for thia week lower than ever.
Finre4 brilllanti', well
m linad, vt-lret hlndintf,
4) Extra tne brilHantine. well
lined. Tlvct bindiag,
worth to, for ,
M Very Una black crepon. m
2 ling lining. iv-t bound.
M very wide, worth 1 10, for . .
a Brocaded aatln aktrt, very
C wide, beautiful pattern,
j worth SIS, for
Eilk mohair rkirt. coaal to
3. all ia.
ies Summer Suits.
M Lad ira' mohair rind flgared brUliantiM
aecordaon pleatad aklrta.
A At atlian Hack fn'v. work
jj and t5.
4 At !-4l, Mfiiah biaacr an lt, worth at JO
J tl aaa U.
i white dock tairV, wortk
Under the Harper House.
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
We hare marked all onr tnmaiwd baU I
tiesariif h:f brice. Select a bat, pay
ha!f of the onrinal urir. and HI roar.
i in ht for i i V-' kata fr
a t haw for 1 mi no baia for S 0
.' hata for t nn 7 hata for TS I
L'ntnaimed hata divided Into tnw lota :
At lit, all oar andtV ats.
At 'H. all our Ve aad St hata.
At UK. allnurn a II 50.
l.arcft aortniii of he i u ia Ike HT, 1
and we jroarasiac oar prices uh Mfweaa.
Ladies' Waists Almost
v w i . iaaj
At Vtr Ud1e tj!iah lanadrlad wakita, V
wot 'to TSc and tl. Ik
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wirtk al a and si Jt.
At V ladle' aljriiab Uaadfl4 wajata.
worm mi aoo w .
At M u laoica- atellah e'Jk waafta.
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At UN ld' atjiteh ait wairta.
wona . ao aaa c
At fl.TS dle rr'.lah til"
worth 12 aa :s.
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