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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1898.
JAIL FOK STUDENTS.
QUEER PHASE OF LIFE AT HEICEL
Sot, of the Kainri Which Adorn the
srWvn Register anil the "Crime" Tor
Which 1 heir Owners Were Inrarreratril.
The Roles ot the Plare.
In Enluuil the ftmli iit's ixuly isrom
miftrd to irinoti only ly tlio civil au
thnrity. In tJxfurrl, it in true, tlm vice
ctuinrrllor ileal with umlcreniclmito
fianKhtiniTM, iirim-ijiRlIr in tlio form of
debt nti'l insuWriinntinti, fur wlnr-h he
wny imuwc n triunt lit iry i-i:ilry, lint
ho dors nut dcjirivu th;r ilrfanltcr of lib
rrty. There is, or was, a h-gend that a
crrtnin apnrrwrrit l:ndtr tlipolil Clarc-n-don
bnililin v;w r aily tlio university
"iniwl," I nt fur it nmh'-Klirity it is
iinjKn,-il,o to voi:i h.
t'nmbriil! has its sj innin house f r
fTnalu f ffmidu-s not lu'lynfaihnu, but
ladies who niipht j rove n clelnsiou and
a siiiiro to the t:inv t:i:il tnidT;rrad.
Then-, if v.f i pt tlio irksuni'! j.t unity
of "kiiI inr,'" fconfiiifinriit to i-i,h p? or
lodpins aft. r a stated lionr), our aia
demi;: i 'IT. ,rtn at in am -rat ion may ho
In (T::iany, however, tho n.-nV:ni.:
lnnjfe ii is a very m rii fai t. Tb li i
li'llTj"(nrrer" is famous. Kv.-rv read
er of Mark Twain will r.-viill his enter
tainhiK description ,,f tl; jil.icc and
how ho ontrived to visit it, even unw it
tingly enlisting as his guidon "Herr
Profi-nnor. " His pretext wait t see a
young frie'id who had "got" 21 hours
and had t onveniently arrangiMl the ilay
to miit Alark for t!io (ierniuu stu'lent
convict r" s to prison on Hie first writ
able day aiier vouvietion and icntcncc.
If Thursday is not convenient, he tells
' tho oflk-cr sent to halo him to j:ul that
ho will conio on Friday or Saturday or
Sunday, as tin) case may lie. The officer
never doubts his word, and it is never
Tho prison is up throe flights r .f stairs,
and is approached l.y a "zngang" as
richly disunited with tho art, work of
convicts as the cell itself. The apart
ment is not roomy, but bigger than n
ordinary prison cell. It has an iron
gritted window, a Hniall stove, two
wooden chairs, two old oak tables and
a narrow wooden bedstead.
The furniture is profusely ornament
ed with carving, the work of languish
ing captives, who havn placed on record
their names, urniorial licariuifs, their
crimen and tho dates of their imprison
ment, together with ijuaint warnings
and denunciations. Walls and ccilinga
are covered with portraits and legends
executiil in colored chalk and in soot,
tho prison candle forming a handy ien
cil. .Some of the inscriptions are pa
thetic;. Ono runs, "K. tilinu ke, f,mr
days for lieing tooea:,i r a liieetatiir of
a row. " If four days were meted out to
a mero spectator, what, ono wonders,
had bw-ii tin- F"ntcnce of the. jiartieipa-
torsr it must I:avc1ccii a moving ppN
Anot her ' record fnlso nnoteH fcv Mi-
- . . . - -
Clemens) has thu raver of a great name
w u. ut course it is the son that is
meant, not the father. The legend is,
"F. Graf Bismarck, 27-20. IL '74."
This Mark Twain iutirprtts rs a rrcord
of two days' durance vilo frConnt Bis
marck in 174. Had 1S74 beeu leap
year one night have been inclined, to
interpret ther.nmei-al "IT'usI'elruary.
But tho "?.)" wiikcs this difficult, bo
r rhaps tho hnmcrkt is right.
A third rpwnneu is to-) tragic for
comment It simply says, "U. Diergandt
for love four days." Uiigeni rons
Hticif ssors to that end chamU-r have
dealt harshly with tin ir fonmnners
feputaf ions 'by ingenious substitution .f
heinous crimes, so that a rtain :riia
ers go down to posterity as having been
pnni.-hcd for theft r.nd ir.nr.ler.
The prisoner n-.n.-.t supply bis own
bedding c::d is subject to various
ehas-ges. On entering he pavsubcut ten
pence, end on h aving a similar suns.
Eviry d:y i:i prison costs rixprm e; fire
and li-!it hi:;p(iice extra. Thu j;;iler
supplies colTco for a trftie. Men Is may
lie ( rdered from unt-'ide. Kvery priso:i
i r leaves his cartu de visile, which is
iix 1 with a i:u:';il-.-.oe of ( thers .n the
d's-ref the cell. This quetr album is
giatd to protect the phofoj-aphs.
Academic criiniiial pnvt duro in Ili i
iMU rg is curious. Jf tho cty police ap
prtli' iiil a student, the captive shows
his r.iarricalatioti cail He is then ask
ed for his address and a t free, bat will
hear im.ru of the matter, for the civil
authority reports him to the university.
Tho Oxford regulation, by t lie way, is
in oort.-.iu eases almost identical" Li
Heid llx rg the university court try and
pu.-s sentence, tho civil jiower taking
no further c-oi'cern with the offense. The
trial is M-ry of ten conducted in the pris
oner absence, and he, poor wight, may
have forgotten all about his peccadillo
until tlio univi rsity constable apju ars
to ei.'iiduct him to prism. Iat tbithtr,
seeing ho may choose hisday. he always
repairs cheerfully. London Sketch.
riow Wc 1'ae Our I.ivc.
If you are fond of such statistics,
read this table, drawn up by Gabriel Pei
gnot: A man of 50 years, of ordinary
health, of active life, of regular habit,
comfortaUo in ull circumstances of
money, should givo out of 1S,2."iO days
0.OS2 days to sleep, 5.10 to sickness,
1, 022 to bis meals, 5,533 to work, G71
to exercise, to sports, the hunt, travel
:j,8(i:t days, and ho should have con
sumed 27,00 iHiunds of bread, i,0S0 of
meat, 4,(i75 of vegetables, cgs and
(rait, 31, 180 liters of wine, spirits und
water. Bosti n Journal
Taking Time by the fr'orrlork.
"JIa. tan I go over to Sallie's houst;
and play a little while?" asks 4-year-old
"Yes, dear. I dotft caro if you do."
"Thank you, ma, " was the demure
reply. "I've been. "Loudon Fuu.
BREATHE PURE AIR.
The..XreeiMtty For rilltnK the Lunge at
lin-athe pure air always. In the lungs
l most important physiological process
occurs. It is from here that the blood
laden with osyp n is rent to all pnrtn.ef
the Ixxly, givijg off along its course its
oxygen and taking np t-orbonic acid gns,
whi- h it brings r.t last to tuo lungs,
when it is cast out in expiration, ilore
oxyg.u is taken i:i by inspiration and
the .'.icie process is rejientt d
So let your breathing Ik- full andd(-ep,
going to , ti e very lttoui of the lungs
in enier that allef the bl-od iu them
may receive its fail amount of oxygen
Ix firre again (starting upon its tour f
distribution through the body. Can one
use enymore forcible argument in favor
of b)oe clothing than this? It is abso
lutely inpessil !o to secr.re plenty cf
orygen if the clothing is worn at rll
tight, and oxygi n is a Tied v. iu.-'.i the
body must have alwara iu ;,h;;ulauee to
1 be air leavii gthe lr.ngs is ladeu with
that deadly poison caiixiuic acid gas,
which if pi ven off i-j a t lose rrK.m when
ko i rovi; i, n is nat!,. f. r its est ajat and
the entrance of pure air mioij renders
the air utterly u::fit to l.n athe. Perbaps
ronio night yon will tn l yours, If un
able to i-leep and ts-.mble restlessly ali:ut
iu b 'ib When this o-.evc-s. go to a:i opt n
wit:dort::id i:. 'sale the l're. li air. breath
ing slowly and d ci.ly. A few ii.inuti s
jt this ;oul yoa can retavii to U-d and
probably will nk.ii be sleeping iji.ietly.
What bus h:i;ijK Tied? I'.y it.t leitlessness
the body was asserting it, need f,f 5u,n.
oxygen. Nov.-vmi have given it what
it so emphatically ashed f..r, :md it is
eniiet. We get as in in h uneasiness end
disturUince from the want of this food
as when we do not t at enough, o-ily the
symptoms are not an well understood
nor rifogiiied so truiekly. Always keep
your mouth closed and bn at he- through
your none. Then the air is warmitl.
slightly moistened and largely freed
from particles t f diif t. so that when it
enters the lungs it dots not irritate
A f ndition often met with by phy
sicians is aieemia. in this trouble the
Jiafielit is pale, lifeless 1.x king, tired
and gem rally n. ; d uji, often without
being able to tell distinctly how she
bes feel. Sometimes these jr.it ieiits say
that Ihey have not enough bloml. It is
really only an cl-incrt if the Hood
which is wanting, but that is a very
iiniMirtant otu namely, tho red IiI nI
Wht n you know thrt it is only those
corpustdes which have the jhiwct to take
up und cany oxygen, you see at once
how itaitortaut it is th;t the blood
should not lie Licking iu them. Good,
wholesome fooib plenty of it and well
digested will give you the corpuscles.
Furnish them with the oxygen anil the
body will have an iiujMirtaut clement
toward health. What to Eat.
Worked the Wronj Way.
Mr. Deolcy, a J.'nbile shiu carpenter,
relates" ah aii'iiisiri!' mciilenf. mnnrv-frvt
with tho blockade of Mobile harlxirtlnr
ing the civil war. yonie ship carpenters
bad, been put to work by the govern
ment to manufacture floating mines and
hud taken a number of heavy piecx-s of
square timber ami placed them in the
form of a triangle, three piws being
used to each. At the end of each of tho
Bticks that is, on the three points was
placed a torpedo. A few days after this
the wind canio out strong from the north,
and the torpedoes were taken and placed
in position in tho bay so that they
would be driven by the wind against
the United States gunboats.
The plan was apparently to be suc
cessful, the torpedoes being driven rap
idly iu the direction i f tbe enemy's gnu
boats, and great damage might have re
sulted to Uncle Sum's shij had not the
wind suddenly changed, and the torpe
does were brought back and carried in
a bunch to the bay opposite Frascati.
Here the torpedo mines met in an etldy,
and there was suddenly a great explo
sion, followed by another, and yet an
other, completely tearing the rafts to
pieces and producing at the same time
a iiattic among tho people resident on
the shore, who went t; Mobile city and
rejRirted that the enemy was bombard
ing Frascati. Kew Orleans Times
Democrat. The Nnval Captain In Hattle.
Writing of th" jK-rils of naval warfare,
Park Uenjaniin iu The Independent says:
Xuli.'dy now lielieves that a cajitain
who finds his vision through the slits
of the conning tower cut off by smoke
will May thin shut mx It is extremely
doubtful if it will be jihysii-ally possible
for him to remain there after the shells
oirniii nee to hammt r its sides and burst
against it, and in any event the intense,
anxiety to see and know clearly what
the enemy is doing will inevitably lead
him t. take bis chances in the eijicn.
Conning tower or no coiming tower, his
duty is to place himself at whatever
jKiiut betrn manage his shij s to the
liest sidvantago. and this he will cer
tainly do. Lord Charles lieresford. with
grim humor, has suggested that the
cajitaiu's sifest place is not in but be
hind his conning tower, "because then
he has two thicknesses of sieol between
himself anil the enemy, don't you see?''
Rut while conning tower armor may re
sist jH-notraliou it is by no means cer
tain that- the whole struct lire will not
be swejit away l.y the tlrst heavy pro
jectile which squarely hits it
Eflie Uncle ,b ihn, are yon an author
ity upon the language of flowers?
Uncle John What do you mean tho
language employed by the woman who
ieeoivcs them or by the poor devil who
has to pay the bill? Hoston Transcript
In eastern Australia 100,000,000 sheep
now find sustenance in a region which
30 years ago was a Ruitly desert. The
sheep gradually tramjiled the soil into
firmness, so that it now grows a dense
mass ot vegetation.
THE SOUTHERN CROSS'.
Changing Position la the Heavens Thle
If Job were to rise from the dead and
look nion the heavens, says Professor
T. J. J. See in The Atlantic, be would
see the constellations relafexl to one an
other as of old, but be would find that
the pole had shifted its position among
the stars, and if an immortal could wit
ness the grand phenomenon which the
precession of the equinoxes produces in
about 12,000 years he wonld find the
heavens so altere d that tho former as
pect could be recognizoel only by an un
derstanding of tho changes which had
As Humboldt jnstly remarks, tho
beautiful and celebrated constellation
of tho Southern Cross, never seen by
the present inhabitants of Europe anil
visible in the United States only on our
Fouthem coast, formerly shone on the
shores of the Baltic, and can again bo
seen in that latitude in about 1,000
years. Tho cross will then be visible on
tho chores of Hudson bay, but at pres
ent it is going rapidly southward, and
in a few thousand years will lie invisi
ble even at the extreme point of Florida.
Iu like manner the brilliant star Ca
nojms in the constellation Argo, situat
ed some 37 degrees south of Sirius, is
now visible in the southern jiortion of
the United States. In about 12,000 years
it will cease, to rise eveu iu Central
America. From the siune cause, if Ptol
emy were to again bxik njxin the heav
ens at Alexandria, he wonld be unable
to recognize Alpha and Beta Centauri,
which he easily saw and catalogued in
tho time of Hadrian. At present thero
magnificent stars r.re just visible at tho
pyramids, near Cairo, and in a few
more thousand years tlvy can be seen
by dwellers on the Nile only in npjier
Re Put His Foot In It.
A woman' club that investeel in a
clubhouse not long sim-e was much
against its will obliged to employ men
laborers. Tho architect was a woman,
but it was found imjiossihlo to procure
Women carpeuters, mast ins and plaster
ers. Ono day shortly before tho comjilo
tion of the structure a workman who
was employed npon the roof made a
misstep and thrnst bis font through tho
beautiful but not yet dried ceiling of
the auditorium. Just at this tinio, too,
a number of club memliers chanced to
Vie in tho building, and their emotions
nt the sight of the jicdal extremity jtend
ent from the ceiling may be liettcr im
agined than dcscritxtl Tho man was
eventually rescued and tho hole mended,
but tho patch still shows njxin the ceil
ing, and as tho first vice president puts
it, "Well, I knew that if a man hail
auy thing to do with this club he would
be sure to put his foot in it " Chicago
Electric Propulsion of Ships.
Up to tho present electricity, has
scar.vly been thought suitabl.. Mil lll.
principal motive or trojxdliic tiowcr
for tu larger type .f vessels This is
nnd.inbfiVdv t v. ing to the fact that for
a fri von hor.ejqw.vi r a trij .. or quadruple
expansion sf:t:n engine wonld take up
less spr.ee attd prtaMy weigh les than
an ebvtricnl install iti 'ti of equal jiowor.
Stor.igo bnttvritw areetut of the question
for such uses, althongh persons not well
up it! electric:;! subj.vf frequently won
der why our mwn gn yhor.ntls are nut
projiellod by rwiie siich method. It may
interest stjijc of t ur readers, to knovr
that a vessel requiring an averngtt of
10,iK10 horsejxiwt r to propel it across
the Atlantic, snd disj.lat ing S.IH( tons,
would bt otJigc.l tit t'aiTy, wvro stump'
batteries alone matle use of, S24.4XO.
000 jxmnds of such batteries, or. in
otht r words, the motive jtower alone
wonld weigh Hi 2. 2 to ton, it times
as much as the ship. Kbvtricity.
nht Stir. Too I.oca.1.
A teerf.ta! leetnrerat Wt-st rroniwirli,
in order to illns'rate the horrors of
drinking, told his iiniliemv a stttry oC a
wocilen legged tojs r wh was so dnink
o:ie night th.'tt be tx.k off his wooden
lei; to wind the clot The stor-was
told in all simplicity by the hvtnrer
as he bad heard it in bis childivxxl.
Strange f; say. it ppplied exactly to the
hushu: I of a lady who bajijx iied to be
oneef the audience. After the hi lure
the lady waited on the lecturer In-hind
"Wretch!" she said. "H..v.- rlar yon
hH my bn-l-an-l M juiTlie ri.li -ulc?"
r.nt. my dear m-Hbi-.i"
"Now d.m't r.t ny it, for I heard you."
Scratch. straMi. H-r.iteh: Tliat l'eetur
er is now und. rg"iag r.-jsiirs It.' will
be more caM nl ,.f hischt.i i-..f illustra
tions next time. V-in-iinnli.-.i-.i Mail.
A ( l-v-r ttrsflmsn.
The slick. t draft-mau in our oTi-at
thi l.ind of w.ik a a little, .Ink coin
p!cxi"ited felbiwwbo sits in a -..rncr
and says never a word, lie has a id.iss
rye and three wiixlcn b ps. His name is
Camera. l?t-takes hiscaji ofT at a .Iraw
ing for only a minute and says to I he
foreman: "I hav-maile a imiiv aifrrate
ttipy than any Ir.n-er in tin- uiYut- ct.i.bl
have dt-ne. Fv. ry line is exact, every
circle is trie ::n. I :.Il your fi:n:r.-s an
coiTiclly coined II yoa are nsi-ig yi-nr
tlntwing f ir -niisl:;j:t rcfi-run-c. I will
only ijel.iy . t a minut e, and ymir copy
will Ih- n-a'!y f.ir iii:img in a'l b.i-ir. "
To any int. i:ip i:t man su.-b a-i . -.jhuI
will nut j.tss w ith. .ii' ;i c-.j-. fuJ eiu
inatl.-n Am.-i i in Ma. '.m.iM.
..linn's I;nltnC Isti.
Tin re is m.euish n:!:i!g tivrr innti
kind, b'.ul it is a wish which is never In
a muhIo iiistuuce gmiiet! eat li man
wishes to be his o u niast r It is a
boy's tKatitic isinn. and it i-emaiiis the
grown up limu's ru'.-.i.g j assieii to the
last. Hut the fact is life is a Tvio
The onlv question is. Whom shall we
serve? W. K. Fabor
Ther.ritish mnscmu lilirnrv l.-it m
plete ctlitiensof Shakespeaie's works in
FOR WEAK W
CF Ull AGES
NO JIOIKT I ADVANCE. WB
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elrs aent ca trial mmf rellsblr
(nan. A wor.l-r!t reptlt-nt iOO back of
tbla oVer. Ererr olktM-le to naapf marrteJ
lifo n-mnml. Full sircnetli, tcr-i"pnetiC
nd tone riven t t-rery port ion ot Uie bod.
Fsllutv iicrts.tililc ; see uo barrier.
No O. t. 1 1. n heme.
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All othT dallr. Tel. .h..n UM.1
Mintlar rv.-iilnE s I'lU'man ak-iwr will st
Uie-eimt sru-r 11:tr, mhirh will kTe t'bi
cspo tin Muftdar.
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HURRAH FOR THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE
And Old Gloria Waves Over More of the Red and Yellow Territoiy,
Which has demonstrated the fighting and manoeuvering qualities of the Yankee and his ships. What's the matter with
Dewey? He s all right. What's the matter with Schley? He's all right. What's the matter with Sampson? He's all rieht
And what s the matter with Young & McCombs? Thy're all right this week on seasonable merchandise at cut prices Read
every item of tnis adv. and be convinced that we will save you dollars.
Children's fast black ribbed
Hose, BI203 6, 6's, 6, G, 7, 7'v
Misses' and Boys' fast black
ribbed hose, eeainlesssizos
G to H-Choice, per pair. IOC
Boys' extra heavy jibbed co'.ton
Hose, fust black, 6 to O
Choice, per pair '5'
Our leader in boys' and girk
extra quality last black, always
20c ratr, sizes 6 to O1,, this
week 3 pair
Our special in misses' three
thread black lisle ribbed hose,
size D to 0, worth 4Cc
25 dozen ladies' Oxford gray
Hose, always 10c
For per pair 5
Ladies' last black Hose,
lor per pair
Ladies' fast black Hose, lull reg
ular made seamless -
For per pair IOC
25 dozen ladies' last black 30
gauge Hose, 8 to 10 - 1,
During this sale- we will sell our
best 40 gauge hoce, solid blacks,
blacks with white foot, also,
split white loot, all
sizes lor J&,
Gents extra heavy last black
Bicycle Hose, worth SOc
Dress Skirts and Shirt Waists.
This will be the week ot all weeks if you are interested in Dress
Skirts a ad Silk or wash Waists. '
A skirt deal that brings them to
you at marvelously low prices.
for a black dress Sk;rt, sur
!y V" prisingly well lined and vel
vet finished bottom. All wc ask is
o i3 what that black Brocade
eifect Dress Skirt will cost.
Having appearance of many $1.00
skirts. Lining and finish that will
please, at only QSc.
a variety of light mixtures
5 In. homespun Cheviot effect.
This i3 the dress skirt to wear with
shirt waists, latest in model, shape
and make, finely finished felled seam lining, for $2.25.
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Wash Shirt Waists.
Solid week of Waist selling. A complete
line of new waists.
48c a new Waist of fine percale, made with
full blouse front, yoke back
and pleats, high standing
detachable white collar,
attached cuffs, in all pretty
and desirable shades. A
The newest ideas in wrap
per styles. We are paying special attention to
fine qualities and makes.
Examine the line, 59c to 2.00
Laces and Emb.
Valenceinsse lace, lc yard up.
Pillow case lace, 2c a yard up.
Linen laces, lc, 2c, 3c and 4c
a yard up.
Everything in Oriental laces,
white, cream and ecru, at cut
A recent purchase of embroid
eries from St. Gall, comprising
Nainsooks.Swisses and all overs
at prices that will sell them
1 lot of Swiss embroideries
2 to 4 inches wide, all in one
lot- Your cnoice for 6c yard.
1 lot of fine embroideries, open
work edges, cheap at 15c a yard
Choice 7c yard.
1 lot of extra wide Swiss and
Nainsook embroideries, worth
40c, 50c and 60c a yard Choice
25c a yard.
44-inch cream and all silk
over lace, woth 1 25 for 75c.
We are showing a complete
line of all over embroidery,
Swisses, Nainsooks and Ham
burgs and at popular low prices.
Papei; Cleaner I5C.
5O ft Oarden Hose
J ply coupled $2.25
Big cut In pattern hats. Im
ported pattern hats formerly
$15, now $5.
Hats formerly 9.75. now 4 35.
Hats formerly 7.00, now 3 50.
Flowers, shapes and wings at
Genuine Knox style sailors 98c
Black Silks. . Black Silks.
Black Satin Duchess, cheap at 1.00 per yard-Fr this sain,
per yard '
20-inch Black Satin Duchess, always 1.12 per yard q
For this sale, per yard
Extra heavy Satin Duchess, also Peau do Soie -For
22-inch Black Satin Duchess and Peau de Solo, worth up
to 1.75 Choice, per yard 125
Black Satin Bayadere effects and Brocades, cheap 1.25
For this sale, 1.00, 89c and 79
Umbrellas and Parasols.
We have just placed on sale everything the market ailords intbe
way of Fancy Umbrellas and Parasols.
White silk Parasols, white frame ..enameled stick and
25 Gloria silk Umbrellas with fancy handle, cheap at
1.98 For this sale
Children's and Misses' Parasols all sizes and colors. Space will not
permit of a description. We guarantee a saving of 25 per cent.
A full line of hammocks in all
colors of the rainbow. A full size
hammock for 59c, reg. val. 1.00.
The renoine Zaneftville water Biters,
recular value 4.M. our price 1 7b.
Ouce uned, always used.
4-oall croquetset. Tarnished ball, Mc
ball croquet set, varnlsbed ball, TSc.
8 ball croquetset. TarnlRhed ball.tXc.
Other croquet sets, 1 , l.A, I.K, t so, .n.
to 4 au
Spauldlng genuine professional league
ba.ls ll.boys' bau. balls. mak punching bag,
dumb bells, Bsblng tackle. See window and
low prices. '-
12-tnch Mowers, 1.08.
14-inch Mowers, 2.20.
16-inch Mowers, 2.50.
Grass Hooka, 15c.
The ix;ason of the year is once
more boro when glassware of
all kind:; Is in rrecial demand.
Ice cream dishes.
Soda turn Die rs,
Ice too tumblers.
Berry du:hcc, etc.
Our O3sortment of therje goods
i3 very 1jp?o und prices very
low. Our assortment of tumb
lers alone is lyO different styles.
Biiow wo quote a few of the
specials in these lircs.
Ice cream dishes, 4,'J-inch at
Ice cream d ichor., 0-inch at
Ice cream coda glasses, largo
at 5c each.
Lemonade glasses, large,
Ice tea turn tilt rs, large, 5c
Water tumblers, engraved, at
Water tumblers, finely en
graved, 4c each.
Tea cups, large,' 5c each.
Lemon squeezers, U 6c
NOTICE: We rent crockery
nd glassware for parties or ex
cursions at low raes.
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1V23 1725-1727 Second
Qenuine Qem Nozzle
Nickel Plated. 25C.
Paper Patterns C.