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THE ARGUS, 8 AT It DAY. OCTOBE K 31. 1896
FabUahad Dally and Weekly at MM Baaoad
", Hock Inland, III. Bntered attheaosW
See M second -claan matter.
. J. W. FOTTKB
TBBMS Dallj, 10 eente per week. Weekly,
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All eammanicatloni of a critical or arrameota-
tiTe character, political or religion, moat bare
real name attached for publication. No aaefe
article will be printed over fieri ttona aisnatarea,
Comtpondenoe aollcited from every townihip
n Hook Island county.
Saturday, October 31. 1896.
BBTA avs rrwau.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
For Vice Fn aidant,
Governor Joan P. Altgkld
Lieut. Governor Mohrob C. Cbawtord
Secretary of State Finis E. Dow a i no
Auditor A. L. Maxwell
Treasurer , E. C. Pack
Attorney General George A. Tbudi
University Trustees Mrs. Joua Holmes
Smith, R. P. Mohoah, N. W. G bah am.
Representative 33d Dist... William McEhirt
For Member of Congress Tenth Dtnttloc
William R. Moobi
For Fretidential Blect;r E. W. Eukst
Clerk of the Court Lotus O. Jahrs
State a Attorney Charles Bciord
Coroner Dr. George E. Merrtmah
Surveyor a. E. Jobksoh
I believe the trnjrgle now coins an la
country anil other conntrlea for a sin
ale cold standard, wonld. If iiiimif.i
prodnee wldesnread dkaater l tha ..J
throashont the world. The destruction of
liver as money and establishing (old as
tha sole anlt of valne must have a ruinous
enact on all forms of property except those
Investments which yield a fixed ret era la
money. James O. lllalne, (Congressional
Beeord, paces 830 to Si'i, 1878.1
Two of the great republican jour
nals of Chit-ago are already getting
late shape to hnil Ilryan'a election
It is said by those who are compe
tent to know that 1250,000 will le
spent in Ohio by Mark Ilanna be
tween tanight and Monday night
NiNETKt.N of our presidents sat ii
congress before they were elected to
the highest oflice in the gift of the
people. And the next president, who
ever he may be, will have been an ex
congressman. In his every public act. Gov. Alt
geld has shown himself to be the
friend of labor. Will labor recognize
his devotion to its principles or wiil
labor repudiate him for the soulless
politician. John K. Tanner? We shall
see next Tuesday.
McKinlky's managers are Mark
Hanna and Henry C. Payne. No two
men in America have ever been
greater foes to wsgeworkers. And
et republicans have the impudence
to expect laboring men to vote for
the man who will be controlled by
Ilanna and Payne.
"When merchandise is the cheap
est men are the poorest, and the most
distressing experience in the history
of our country aye. in all human
history have been when everything
was the lowest and cheapest, meas
ured by gold, for everything was the
highist and dearest, measured bv
labor." W l iam McKinley, from
speech ia Louse of representatives
May 7, isw
A Hour tuu first thing the republi
cans may be expected to do in case
they carry the legislature is to rcen
ail a compulsory school law some
what similar to the obnoxious Ed
wards rueatuie. This would no
doubt bo followed by sumptuarv
legislation looking to the curtail
ment of personal liberty. Ho
would the people of Illinois like to
be inflicted with such an odious
measure as the Raines liquor law.
which was placed in force by the
last republican legislature of ew
:iAJ, Mckinley, in welcoming
the delegation made up" as farmers
from Crawford eountv. aid: "What
the farmer wants is the restoration
of the good home market he lost
three and one-half years ago. He
want to get back that foreign
market which was opened op bv the
reciprocily clause of the tariff law of
1890 " What unutterable gall this
man has! This "reciprocity clause"
' was urged by James G. Blaine, then
secretary of state, bat was contempt
uously rejected by Speaker Reed and
Chairman McKinley. The bill of
1890 passed the house without the
reciprocity provision. It was put in
the bill by the senate and concurred
in by thehou3e in the harry of clos
ing the business of a long aession.
Reciprocity, such it was. was pat
in the law in spite of the opposition
oi Mr. Keed, who was tben cxar oi
the house of representatives, and
was bossing the chairman oi me
committee on ways and means. It
will be noticed that somebody is al
ways bossing the "Little Napoleon."
Tonne Mes te tha Front.
The boy orator of the Platte has
been guilty of an unpardonable sin,
according to democratic 'opponents
He has shown wisdom beyond his
years, it is true, but the world has
moved faster, grown brighter and
better for geniuses like him having
lived in it. History is full of names
of those whose towering ability made
them leaders in the political and mil
itary wona, and authors whose writ
ings have made them famous almost
before they have attained their ma
jority. Alexander the grett, 33; Na
poleon 23; Grant, when he com
manded the federal army. 40; Jef
ferson, when he wrote the declara
tion of independence, 33; Washing
ton, when he commanded the conti
nental army, 44; Henry W. Grady.
the most brilliant newspaper man of
the present generation, died at the
age of 35. In poetry was Edgar Al
len Poe, who died at 39, but whose
writings, while in his teens, were
some of the mest brilliant efforts;
Byron died at 36. Thomas A. Edi.
son and Alexander Bell have each
been before the country 25 years and
are now out 4.
Judging for toe Feopie.
It has been the disposition of the
representative republicans through
out this campaign to assume to
judge for the American people as to
what is best for them. The spirit of
Mark Hannaism has been dictatorial
in the extreme, but the most start
ling exposition of the spirit of re
publican impudence is furnished by
tha editor of the New York Evening
Post, who has refused tteadfastlv 10
publish any of Bryan's speeches. In
his explanation oi such a course th
Post editor insults the readers of his
paper by assuming to be the jadge of
what they should read, not only as
news, out as far as the effect of such
current information may b9 upon
them, and by toldly announcing
the policy of the journal to protect
its readers ironi insidious doctrine.
"it is the business of an editor," it
savs, "to keep a strict watch on its
columns and let coining in which he
thinks will work mischief, either
social or political." Continuing, the
"The objections to reproducing
populistic literature, except for the
purpose oi mating its refutation
more effective, are two in numbar
It is irrational and immoral.. It is
irrational because in pilitics irra
tional means that a thing is con
demned by all human experience
mat is, nas been condemned br both
experiment and observation.
To sum up, the reason why we are
not willing freely to admit Bryan-
ites to our columns, is that we be
lieve their platform to be, from top
to Douom, irrational, immoral and
Was ever anything more prepoa
terous! Did any such doctrine ever
emanate before from the sanctum of
a newspaper published under the
freedom of thought guaranteed bv
the constitution! Such bosh might
have been received without amaze
ment had it come from the Union
of this city, but from a great paper
wman is supposed to appeal to in
telligence, it is simply incomprehen
sibie. it is perfectly proper that a
paper should judge as to the charac
ter of certaiu news and that its
editor may in publishing news give
his opinion either condemnatory or
approvingly oi the nature of the
news, but to assume to withhold the
utterances of a man with the follow
ing that Mr. Bryan has, recognized
as me leader oi a great party and
tne nonest exponent of a great prin
ciple, is un-American, as the Chi
cago Record well sys in comment
ing on the l'ost s radical position
"it would seem that the suggestion
that the people of this country be
permitted to consider only such re
forms as meet with the approval o
the editors needs but to be stated to
show its weakness. The great ma
jority of the editors of the country
would rebel at having such responsi
bility thrust upon them Much less
would they wish to seize upon this
as a prerogative. To deny the Post's
position aoes not mean that an edi
tor must print everything that is
offered him. In fact it is his dutv
to his readers to throw into the
waste basket the inconsequential
vaporings of individuals that con
tinually come into his hands. It is
also his duty to refuse to publish
what is immoral or to give room to
mere appeals to passion and ht
But there are a great many things
to which a newspaper ought to give
ruum in its news columns that it
cannot indorse editorially. In all
political campaigns een the most
partisan press should give in its
news columns a statement of the
views of opponents. These views
may be condemned as immoral, hut
if the readers are to pass judgment
upon mem at the polls they have a
right to a statement of them, so they
may judge lor themselves. It
worse than puerile for a paper to
refuse to publish for the enlighten
ment of its readers the views held
by a political organization on the
ground that they are immoral. That
is the point upon which the people
are to pass judgment. Whea the
voters cannot be trusted to ch oose
right from wrong the attempt to
maintain a free government mirht
as well be given op. It is well
enough to lay down the principle
that what la indecent or immoral
should be excluded, bnt when tbt
editor nnderiakea to exclude argu
ments for free silver on that gronad,
it looks as if he were taking the po
sition that whatever views were in
conflict with his position were there-
lore immoral, "ins aunuae oi
mind will not do. It is setting op
one man as the director of another
mtn't conscience "
In the possible event of Mark
Hanna's success he would donbtlesa
immediately establish a press censor
ship in this country with the editor
of the Post at the head of it. Let
as have all that goes with plutocracy
if we are to have any of it bat we
do not piopose to have any of it.
SUNDAY IN THE PULPITS.
Memorial Windows at Trinity' Cbnreh ta
be Dedicated Tomorrow.
The memorial windows presented
to Trinity church by Mrs. Lacy
Castlemsn wiil be dedicated at the
morning service tomorrow, when
Bishop Burgess will be in attend
ance and officiate at the unveiling
A special song service has been
arranged, for tomorrow morning it
Grace Lutheran church. It is as
follows: Organ voluntary. Miss Ger
trude Anderson; "Jubilate." (Schil
ling) choir; soprano solo. Miss
L. Byington; "My Faith Looks to
Thee," (Bassford) cboir; btss solo.
E. J. Peterson; "Jerusalem," (Par
ker) choir; soprano solo. Mrs. Btiser,
with violin obligato by Master Swan:
"The Lord is My Shepherd," (Her
bert) choir; postlude. Miss Andeson.
There wi:i be services in the var
ious worshiping places tomorrow as
Trinity Episcopal, comer of Sixth ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Rev. H i.
Sweet. S. T. L.. rector, will officiate. Mutin
and celebration at in :4n a. m. Sundav -h..l
at 9:15 a. m. Even song and sermon at 7.30
Trinity " Episcopal, corner of Fourth
avenue and Heventn street. Kev. R. F. Sweet.
S. T. U. . rector. Even song and Sunday school
at 2:30 p. m.
St. Joseph's Romnn Catholic, corner
oi eeona avenue ana f ourteenth steet. Iter
Thomas Mackin. dean and Distort John H
Cannon, assistant. Mass at 8 a. m. and l":H
a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday school at J
St. Mary's German Catholic, corner
oi rourtn avenue and Tweot v-seeond street.
Kev. Bernard Uauk. pastor. Mass at 8 a. m.
and 10:30 p. m. Vespers at S p. m. Sunday
nho.il at 1 "Ml m
Mrauo iutneran. comer of Twen
tieth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A .
Mennicke pastor. Services ut 10;Oi a. m. and
tfip.m. Sunday school at :30 p. m.
(.race English Lutheran. corner of
rortv-iourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev
Joseph L. Murpbv pastor. Services at HMK a
m. ana :.- p. m. sunaav school at V:I5 a. m.
First Swedish Evangelical, comer ol
fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev.
Carl K. Slatt. pastor. Services at 1K a. m.
and 7:30 n m. Sundav school at 3 n. m.
Zion Swedish Eutheran. 4MS Seventh
avenue, net-vices at IO:4o a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
sunuiiy senooi at v:.mr a. m.
German Evangelical. Ninth street between
rittn and Sixth avenues. Kev. Theo. F. Rrue
irer. pastor: services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. IE.
aunuay scnooi ut - p. m.
First Haptisi. comer of Third avenue and
riiteentn street. Kev. Carlton tv Tavlur, m.
IX: services at 10:4., a. m. and 7:3) n. m
Morning mihiect. "Not Our Own." evenlnir
subject. Just Hefore the Untie " Stind.iv
school at 9::0 a. m. II. Y. P. II. ninetitur at
6:S0 p. m.. led bv the junior leader. A fourth
mectini? or the senior and junior unions. Jun
ior union at p. ra.. special music by choru
and orchestra In the evenin.
rree Swedish mission. Comer of Eleventh
street and Fifth avenue. Service at 2:30 p. m
j-raver meeting i nurso-iv at p m.
Emanuel Baptist. 44 t ortv-fourth street
Rev. S. H. Cam. pastor: services at I'rtA a. m.
and 7:30 n. m. Morning subject. -The x
ponent:" at 7:3u misionarr meetimr. Sundav
school at 3 p. m. II. Y. 1. U. at 6:30 p. m.
heeomt Haptist. vz tsixin avenue. Kev.
WashiiiKton. pastor: services at 11 a. ton. and
sweaisn Haptist. comer oi -rwemy-rirst
street and Fifth avenue. Kev. Eatrerquist. pas
tor: services at a. m. ana .m o. m.
Morning subject. "The Choice of a Profession,
and the Entrance and Its Duties, evening.
"Fruit fulness in Good Works." Sunday school
at H: Hi . m.
First Methodist, comer of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. O. Mcculloch,
pastor, will conduct services at i:C a. m.
and 7:30 p.m. M ra.ng subject. -T.) it With
Thy Mifrnt:" evening. Kev. W. A. Spencer, of
Philadelphia, will speak. Sundav school ut
8:30 a. m. Young People's meeting at 6.4ft
German Methodist, comer of Sixth avenue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. H. Ilollmtinn
Dastor: services at lot a. m and 7:30 n.
m. Sunday school at :I5 a. m. Epworih
league meeiing at 7 p. m.
Edgewood Park Methodist, services in old
No. 7 school building at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. m.
Ninth Street Methodist. Ninth street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues: services at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
:4.- a. m.
K roadway Presbyterian, comer of Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Kev. W. S.
Marquis, pastor: services at 10:43 a. m. and
7:4.' p. m. Morning subject. "Knowiog Christ:"
evening. "1 he tiolden Motto on Our Silver
Dollar." Sunday school at 0:15 a.m. Young
People's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
I'nited Presbyterian. Third avenue and
Fourteenth street. Kev. H. C. Marshall, pastor.
Morning topic. "Help Prom the Mountains:
evening. "Foundlioin." Sunday school at
0:30 a. m. Young People's meeting at 7.nu
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W. Allen. Jr.. pastor, services at a.
m. ana :m p. m. isunaay scnooi at, .i.i a.
m. Young Peonle's meeting at :4T p m.
Aiken Street Chapel. lresbyterian. South
Rock Island. Kev. I. W. Allen. Jr.. pastor: Sun
day school at p. m.; services every Tuesday
at :.fli p. m.
South Park Chanel. Prcsbvtcnryn. Elm stree
and Fifteenth avenue. Kev. W. S. Martinis.
pastor Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.: services
Tuesday at 7:'3t p. in.
Memorial Christian, comer of Fifteenth
street aDd Third avenue. Kev. T. . Grafton
pastor: service (temporarily at lne court
house l at 10:15 a. m.and::0p. m. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Y. IV S. C. E at 6:15 p. m.
Twenty-Ninth Sstreet Chapel. nnstian. sev
enth avenue and Twenty-tilth street. Kev. T.
W. Grafton, pastor: Sunday school at 3:00 p. m.
praver meeting at ,:4fl p. m. -rnursoay.
First Church of Christ. Scientist: services ai
K. P. hall. Davenport, at lo-JO a. m. Expert
ence meeting at Swedish Baptist church, cor
ner of Fifth avenue and Twenty-Urst street
VrMnv at 7-30 n m
Reorganized church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Dav Sainu. KurraU a block. Second avenue.
Services at 9:30 p. m. by Evangelist Sheldon.
Evminff sfrvifs At thfiimn.
Salvation Army Barracks, comer Fourteenth
street and First avenue, services as louows:
Knee drill at 7 a. m.. holiness meeting at
10:3) a. m.. christians' meeting at I p. m., salva
tion meeting at s p. m.
We offer one hundred dol'ar reward for any
ewe of Catarrh that cannot be care by Ball's
r. J. CI1SNET CO , Proa ., Toledo. Ohio.
W. the an lerafraed, have knowa P. J. Cbe-
aey for the last IS yean, and believe htm per.
fectlr tonorabl In all batiaeas tranuctiona. atd
Sntneially able to carry out any obligation Buvte
by their firm.
Wst A Tacax, Vt holeaale Drnrciwa, Toledo, O.
WiLDisu, Kixxav St SlutTia, W hotVaala Dvrg.
rwta. Totado. u.
Hair Cat wrh fare ia takca taevaally. act lag
i-rocilr apoa tha b!o4 and mw-w rarfaree of
it j . Prate. 7Vt b-HOa. & U by al
aiagteia. 1 a-ttmoaiaia frea.
For worn-ont business men noth
ing equals Dr. Kay 'a Innovator.
THAT LYDIA E. PINKMAW3
Is Dally Coring Backache, Dlczlness,
f-aintness. Irregularity, and ail Fe
cracui To ova udt trasen.
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menstruations, weakness of the stom
ach, indigestion, bloatinjr, leneorThoja,
womb troubl-Mt. floodinfr. nervous pros
tration, headache, peneral debility,
etc. JSymptoins of
are dizziness, faintness, extreme lassi
tude, " don't care, and " want to be
left alone " feeHnps, excitability, irri
tability, nervousness, sleeplessness,
flatneriev. mclancholv. or the blues,
and backache. Lydia K. l'ink ham's
Vetretable Compound will correct this
trouble as sure as t he sun shines. That
Bearinz- Down Feelinz,
cansinfr pain, weight, and backache,
is instantly relieved and permanently
cured by its use. I'ndcr all circum
stances it acts in perfect harmony with
the laws that porern tno Tcmaie sys
tem, is as harmless as water. It is
wonderful tor Kitinty Compinintt in
Lvdia E. Pinkham's Uver Pills
work in unison with the compound,
nnd are a sure cure for constipation
and sick headache. Jlr.s. linkham's
SSanative AVash is frequently found of
pxcat value for local application. Cor
respondence is freely solicited by the
l,vdia li. rinkbam Jlettieinc o.. i.ynn,
Mass. and the strictest cnfilence a-
Borcd. AU drujrpists sell the I'inkham
remedies. The Vegetable Compound
in three forms, Li;uitl, IMls and L
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TANTKn A tilRI. AT M TWENTIETH
streeu References retulred.
irANT13-AT los SECOND AVEXCF.
WAN'Tm-IWURnEHS. FIRST CLASH
hoard and room at i:W Second avenue
for Hso per weeh.
TjVIK KEXT-XICFtY FCKMSHF.il R H M
X' convenient to business center. Apply at
iii -l aira avenue.
TANTEn-HOARIJERS IX PRIVATE
tv family. Two very pleasant rooms, well
lirbted and heated. Telephone. as and bath
room: best of location. In-iulre of M.. A ai.i s
V1TANTED MEN WHO WIU. WORK SVR
l ITS a month salary or larva aommiawjon
selllnr staple roods by aac pie to dealers. Ki-
pertenee unnecessary. M rite us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street. Cut-
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v v where to take suliscrintions for the i,t
nome magazine in America .t" cents yeariv
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" who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to matron: ony to join the Eastern
vjiho ,urrcsponuirj? uureau, isajem. Ohio.
Send two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box K, Salem, Ohio.
TOR REXT-SECOXD FLOOR. virp
rooms, water, rent fi: at 1" Third avenue.
TTIOR RPVT A 1 Pfmu nnica ww.n
- v. i. nun
closets, water supply, etc. Apply 2a
T7V1R RrvT.ptvv.nnou rr ii. ..n ....
r- -. - - - . . . uuil-
teenth street. Inquire of J. D. Taylor,
CIOR RENT FCRXISIIED ROOM. VERY
A. convenient to business center with hot
TT'ORREN-T-A FIXE. LARGE. I2ROOM
A- brick house in South Rock Island. Gas
. - - "- -wura, wo acres of
frround. Two blocks from atreet cars. Inoulre
Of lirtnlnM A lln.m .. n
IjVOR RALE-IXITS OX EASY TERMS
ip. "",n,," pavments it iK-sircd. Inquire of
. icwuer. ojv tcTenieentri street.
VOU SALE tilt Tit 1E-A 11 ACRE FRf
a farm S hloeas from ev lino. v.
house, cooo Improvements Will take cityi
fnrm property in trade. Keidy llros.. Room
Mitchell & Lynde buildine. ' m
-v r.w l-w.iill.JI I.I9T IKEK-CONTAIV
' mi-over linr-lrutefl oners to those wht
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eral inducements ever orfered to acent
everywhere to take subscriptions for the best
illustrated home mavarine in the mnin.ii,
cents a year. I-arve illustrated eataloirue mi
outht free. Write now to Home
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rsiXSS CH.X E-A LARiJE (
a poratlon havtnc put 'Ionian in( ar,
per advertisinir the paat year Oesire to 4
the tei-ritorv into district. We will rite
VHIe aismet to one or more live men and furn
. ... .u .un Tiiii,viirfiiiw.ln. tff
business In such territory, which wtu rciu
several thousand d"Uarv Address ;
Stumer. :n Harney street. Omaha Neb.
MRS A. SEYMorR.
and tHftslnss medium,
!l East Seveata
The rosy freshness
and a velvety aoftnesa of the arw Is tavra
h!y attained y these who taae Foaasan
1725 Second Ave.
cs some of the
or some of the peo
ple Darpaias part of the
jgut all the peojlc;
ns all of the
Note some of our gi
gantic offerings this
Dres's Goods and Cloaks
We name the price and
very seldom miss a sale
If the purchaser ii post
ed on quality and price.
Hosiery and Underwear Sale.
ChilJrent and Misses black all
wool hose, sites & to 8 ; linen
covered heel and toe three
pair (or 60c
Infants bootees, all wool, per
40 dosen 1K0 pair of ladies
black ribbed wool hose; al
ways 35c per pair, this week
S pair for 6nc
Ladles' black fleeced hove, et-
tra quality, all sixes, 3 pair
One case of 40 doyen extra qual
ity. oiacK neecna nose, B to iu
(ladies.) per pair 15c
Infants black wool hose made
from Spanith yarn, per p&ir . . 6c
25 dozen Infants' ribbed Tests,
always 25c, Tour choice 15c
25 dozen camel hair Tesvs and
pants (children's), sizes 16 to
SO rii-e 6c a size. None
when these are eone. Sale.. fc
Ladies' ecrue fleeced lined
ribbed vests, for this sale .... 15c
Estra heavy ladies' fleeced
ribbed vests and pants to
match, each 25c
Ladies' natural crav ribbed
vests and pants, always 49c,
your choice S9c
Ladies' black jackets, fast black,
new sleeves, notch velvet col
lar, always tt-93. This week.
all sizes. 32 to 44. for. 2.97
Ladies' extra heavy diagonal
chinchilla jacket. in blacks and
navys, large buttons, storm
collar, always 7.00. This
Jnst received, another invoice of
those Irish Frieze jackets, in
tans and brown mix to res. al-
ways 12.00. This week. . . . 7.50
We have a complete line of la
dies' celebrated salts seal plnsh
capes, ranging in price from
S6.50 to f 20. inspection in
vited. We are showing a complete
line of children s and misses'
lone cloaks and rctfors at
prices that will sorely suit you.
LAMPS. LAMPS. LAMPS.
Lamps of etery description.
Small, medium and large. Our
stock of these goods is simply great.
We have them in a gold lacquer
Goish, gold plate, delft and onyx.
What can you find that will make a
finer wedding or birthday gift than a
nice lamp. We have placed on sale
a line of these goods as follows:
Banquet lanrps, cupid stand,
finished in gold lacquer, with new
central draft burner, complete with
shade, for 1.65.
Banquet lamp, cupid stand, cen
tral draft burner, with large deco
rated globe, Crat clas lamp in every
reaped, at i 15.
Ittnqnct lamp. lreden decora
tions, new central draft burner, ex
tra large globe, at 2.5H.
Tha Basiest aad Best Store.
When you want
JHE SCHOMA CKER
Have attained their celebrity solely
publiolj exhibited ia competition
TUB liiHKY AWAKiri
At the International KxnlbiUoa at Crvstal Palaoe, Jf. T.. In IBM,
over 100 pianos on exhibiUonrirat Prise to the Scbntnecker Piano.
At tb. IreakUa Institute ia Philadelphia la 1M, ISM, and agaia
I A loi ft
At tha American Institute la New fork a us.
At the Maryland Institute la Haltimnre ia 1M.
At tha International Exhibition ta Philadelphia la 1171.
The Sciiomacur Pianos sxcetved tub Highest Awakus
old ooeTtwcousLt ros 28 rasas at
Wallace's Music Store ESFSSSlm
Honest Value for Your Money.
WILSON M0LI1TE BUGGY CO.
A Large Proportion
of the merchant tailoring basi-n-ss
of Eock Inland cornea oar
way, aot without reason, for we
furnish aot only tha largest and
beat stock of materials for suits,
trousers aod overcoats, but be
cause we have a practical do
nopoly la tha art of cutting sad
fitting. If yoa aee a stj'Jih anit
70a may be eertaia I10PPE
A suit that wiil be a bummer
for style, fit and workman
ship, Dora's is the place to
go. He is up to the timet,
knows where to buy the fab
rics at the right prlcrs acd
how to cut them to a stylish fit.
His suits and top and heavy
overcoats are what dressy men
are looking for. In making up
he leads them all, and you et
your money's worth In trimmings.
Don't forget to look at Dora's
line before you order.
JDCDTLJST THE TATT-np
Electro-Gold String Piancj
on Moovnt of limit. Wherever
she have Inveriablj reoetved
BICYCLES! - -
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Om rwr llmm aa4 (hN
Insurance and Loins.
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r-i- Ms 101.
HILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
1815 Seoood Avenoe.
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