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,ANP RIBBED JERSEY VESTS.-
We quote for this week 25 dozen
LaJi''s' Jt-rsey ribbed vests at 4s each.
Onf lot splendid good quality La
llit,' jersey ribbed vests, with fancy
colored trimmings, at 10o- .
One lot extra fine Ladies' Jersey
vests. Kiryptian yarn silk flossing at
n-n: worth 40c.
" The best Egyptian yarn vests we
have ever seen at the price, only one
t.;ise in this lot 30 dozen, we sell them
as a tiy er for 1 8c, 1 8c, 1 8o.
" Genuine lisle thread vests, bleached
white, iro for this sale at S5c.
Several other new lines vests and
pants with prices so low, that it seems
alnu'St incredible. Several bargains
in nun's and children's underwear,
just pl.toed on sale-
1000 pieces new RIBEONS
... ,, , . j - oamruny. every color.
every width; all choice new goods just from one of the largest Ribbon facto
1716. .1718. 1720 and 1722 Skoond Atknuk.
Bargains in China Ware.
Tea and coffee cupa, 3 atles. .. 9c each
Saucer to mt:h g,. ..
ISiu. oval dishea
' " 10c
Win. plates , .". he
4iD. aaucediehea o,.
8m. mace or reaetable dishes.... l3o
Tin - jQp i.
Kjfgeupa 8c .
Bone diwbca... g,.
" These goods were slightly damaged in shipping,
bnt would he bargain at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece ga den sets '." 30c
Decker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pare Irih linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack.... 10c
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpee House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOU RMASH
; $2.50 Per Gallon.
lOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family.
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Diuggist, Rock Island.
Clearing sale on Men's socks.
One lot, 37 dozen, fancy stripe half
w oousauonai price of 3c per
A big job of clouded mixed half hose
oouaauuu price c. Nice fine mixed
vuu, imu, 10
ducedfrom 12 l-2c.
A lot Of OrlrTH foil S -
English half hose, broken line of sizes,
i cuucou irom boo to so a pair to close.
One lot of Man's half sioo
black, full recnlar F.ntrlieh mvufg rhin
ou'3. 6oc, aown to 1 ac to close.
Other BTeat bargains nt Cv ...
O W V
duced from 50 and 6Sn
Fortv other bargains
a O ' MM IIWO? All
uiuK.ea sizes, wnicn we close this week
ai most sensational prices.
1703 Second Avenue.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try" them
MICHAEL KINNEY'S DEATH
The Coronei's Jury Censnres the
A NeclecUd CraMlac Charged aa the
Jaase Yeatrrara Tracedy aa a
y :rreaameaed The la-
Coroner Hawea last evening summoned
jury compof ed of Sherman W. Searle.
(foreman); L. V. Eckhart. P. J. Wag
ner, TJ. R. Mohr, George Foster and Jo
aepn jvaii to hold an inquest on tbe re
mains of Micb ael Kinney, whose fearful
death by beinf;run over by engine 11, of
the R. I. & P. road at the foot of Seven-
teenth street ai 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon, was rec orded in the Argus of
last evening. The jury viewed the body
in the Diamond Jo warehouse, where it
had been conveyed, and then adjourned
until this morning. The remains were
taken in -charge by Undertaker Knox
and, prepared for burial, and late last
evening tafcen to the stricken home, 2026
This morning the inquest was conduct
ea at Coroner flawes' nffli Tf. w
Hurst was tbe first witness examined.
He testified to being a conductor on the
C, B. & (J road. Yesterday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock be was coming
into Rock Isla id on a freight train which
was moving west, as Seventeenth street
was approached a R. !.,& P. road engine
was hacking eiwt on a parallel track about
twenty steps north. Witness saw tbe
Peoria engine strike a man who was then
n the middle of tbe track. The man fell
on his face and the engine passed over
him after dragging him ten or twelve
feet. The engine was running from four
to five miles an hour.
J. B. Gustin. of Roseville, Illinois, a
brakeman on the C, B. & Q , was on the
first car in the Q freight train back of the
engine. The f rst he saw of the m an killed
he was six or .iigbt feet from the backing
engine on the R. I. & P. road. Witness
called to him, but he paid no attention.
The tank struck him and be fell on bis
race beneath the rear trucks, and the en
gine passtd completely over him. The
engine was not running faster than four
miles an hour. The tracks of tbe two
roads were ten feet apart. Witness, as
was the case itn tbe preceding witness,
did not know whether the bell on the
Peoria engine was riDging or not.
H. E. Bov man. of Beards town, a
brakeman on tbe C, B. & Q . testified
pretty much to tbe same effect. I
S S Hull, c f this city, testified to hav
ing known tbe deceased since 1867; had
seen him yesterday afternoon within ten
or fifteen minutes of tbe time of the ac
cident. He was then Derfectlv sober.
Deceased bad been at yard of the witness
three and a ht If blocks west of tbe place
of the accident examining some stone.
John Keeley, of Cable, testified to be
ing an engineer on engine 11, on the Ca
ble branch of tbe R. I. & P. road. Had
known the ileceased for some years.
Witness was hacking his engine up from
the round bouse at about five minutes to
4 yesterday (afternoon, to tbe depot to
take bis train to Cable. Was expecting
to meet ano .ber engine between him
and tbe depot. Tbe first witness knew
he felt a jar and stepped into the gangs
way and saw in tbe middle of the track
a man tbe Ioxinotive had passed over.
No one was on tbe engine at tbe time
but witness. He was ringing tbe bell.
and running very slowly. He was watch
ing for the other engine and not running
over four or five miles an hour. It is
customary for a fireman to be in tbe cab,
too, bnt som! times tbe engineer runs tbe
engine from the round bouse to the de
Robert Knight, of Cable, fireman on
engine 11, sa ore that be was between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets on
First avenue when tbe accident occurred.
He was watering for tbe engine, and bad
been off aboi.t half an hour for the pur
pose of mal.ing some purchases in tbe
city before going out. The bell was ring-
ng as the engine approached aud be did
not know of the accident until the en
gine stopped, nor the cause of its stop
ping at tbe t me.
A number of other witnesses were ex
amined, but nothing of importance was
elicited and the jury after an hour's de
liberation reiurned a verdict that Michael
Kinney "came to bis death by being run
over by engine No. 11 of the Cable branch
of tbe Rock Island & Peoria Railway
company at tbe toot of Seventeenth street
and First avunue in tbe city of Rock Isl
and, and we, tbe jury, further find that
the Rock Isl ind & Peoria Railway com
pany an J ths C, B. & Q Railway com
pany be cennured for their negligence in
baving no fincman at said street, and re
commend that one be immediately placed
This is tbe second accident at this
crossing wit nn a week, showing tbe ne
cessity of some means of protection, and
demonstrati ig tbe wisdom of the Argus'
couise in tavocaung me eBiaoimuuieui
of gates there and at Eighteenth street,
such as are in nse at Twenty-fourth
Mr. Kinnny had been down examining
some atone on wnicu ue waa in uuui
mence work a( his trade stone cutting
thismorninj, Contractor Stephens hav
ing given hm employment in the after
noon. , Th theory generally accepted is
that he law the incoming freight train on
the Burlington advancing, and in at
tempting to get out of its way got over
on tbe Peoria track just as the engine
backed up, and thus met his terrible fate
Mr. Kim ey was fifty aix years of age.
was born in Ireland and came to America
thirty jearo ago, having lived in Rock
Island twenty-two years. . He leaves with
bis wife a non, Terrence. in Chicago, and
two daugh'rs, Misses Sarah and Mary,
well known in this city. He waa an up
right. Bteady and industrious man and
had the confidence of all wno anew mm
The fnneral will be held from St. Jo
seph's chirch at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning.,-. . .
Do not forget the strawberry and ice
cream festival at the Bailey Davenport
mansion tomorrow evening
ISLAND AUGUS, WENDE8DAY, JUNE
'TIS SAD BUT TRUE.
The ITalaa Ml-ha Over the Caaarll'a
Uelrraalaatlaa t Pravle a Paid
Drpartaaeat, aad Walla far the Val
The council's determination to provide
a paid fire department for Rock Island
has, as was expected, had a bad effect on
the Union, and it has began to manifest
unmistakable symptoms of the gripes al
ready. Tbe jubilant assertion of the Ar
ousthata paid department is "insight
at last." has had a terribly distressing ef
feet on tbe backwoods concern, and in
the last stages of desperation it makes
the silly proposition that "the best thing
the council can do is to pass an ordinance
reorganizing our volunteer system with a
chief and assistant chief on equal 'pay,
who will work harmoniously together
and bring the companies up to a high
state of efficiency."
If tbe Uniun can produce a single
levekheaded citizen of Rock Island who
ill endorse such an idiotic idea.
or wbo maintains any hope whats
ever of accomplishing "a high state
of efficiency" with volunteer firemen
in a city the size of Rock Island, the
Akous will cease its advocacy of a paid
department. Tha assumption on the part
of the Union is on a par with its enthus
iasm over getting a team for the hook
n . I.. J 1 . 1 . . ... . m
mm inuuer iruca "in not, naste from a
livery stable" in tbe event of a fire.
The paid department is coming this
time the Argus is confident, and know
ing the Union't attitude toward those
things which characterize a progressive
city, it is not surprised that the Eigh
teenth street publication feels sad, and its
last wail for the volunteer system of the
past should perhaps not be denied it after
all. It is amusing to contemplate, how
ever, what a picnic the city would have
enforcing volunteer firemen to the dig-,
cipline of a paid chief and assistant
chief. It is at this we smile.
The latj af Every Cltimra t are that
He ta aat Oaaltted fraaa the l.lxtn aaw
The Argus of yesterday contained a
notice to all who have not yet been vis
ited by the census, enumerators to see to
t that their names are not omitted in the
ists now being prepared. Tbe same ap
peal is being made in all cities throughout
tbe fand, and in many places splendid
sj stems have been adopted to secure ac
curacy and efficiency in taking the cen
sus, and to the end that none mav be ig
nored. In Sioux City the enumerators
were drilled by tbe hdVd of trade tor a
week before starting out. In Minnespo
lis the people are all determined to be
counted, and they go about the work of
accomplishing it in Ibis way:
In two or three places could be seen
'If VOU are loval to Minnpannlia aoo
that you ate enumerated. This is your
last chance. Leave your name here and
it will be counted."
This Discard adorned the winriovn nt
cigar stores, dry goods stores, groceries,
baker shops, restaurants, saloons and
many offices. Census blanks were found
everywhere, and tbe question, "Have
you been enumerated?" was asked by
every bod y of every body . Aldermen, po
licemen, reporters and merchants went
up and down the street asking everybody
thev met whether or not ihpv had hnn
enumerated. The supervisor and bis
men had been allmved tn niwruiw in
general way, but the work of tbe enu
merators was practically taken out of
their bands by fully 4,000 men and wo
men wbo canvassed stores, business
blocks, hotels, boarding houses and
private dwellings in the search for names
of people wbo it was claimed had hwn
missed by tbe regularly appointed enu
Cbas. Smith was fined $5 and costs by
by Magistrate Wivill Monday evening for
making himself fresh in one of the cars
on the Molifie line. He would neither
qnit smoking nor pay his fare, and tbe
driver had him arrested, which was right.
Officer Hetter arrested Carl Nabb and
John Eyewater last night for creating a
public disturbance about the residence of
Tbeo. Free, whose daughter was married
yesterday morning. Chris Nabb was
also arrested for interference with the
Geo. York and J. T. Graham, two Mi
lan boys who have, been up on a similar
offense before, are before Judge Adams
today for entering a box car at Milan
and stealing a watch and other property
belonging to Rev. John A. Griffin. Tbe
boys claim that they became intoxicat
ed on cider purchased at a res
taurant in Milan, and . were not responsi
ble for what they Sid. Judge Adams
gave them three years each in the re
larrah St lalber.
W. C. Maucker, of the grocery firm of
Maucker & Darrah, has sold his interest
in the store, corner of Third avenue and
Twelfth street to Mr. John Daiber,
a young man thoroughly posted in tbe
grocery business. Mr. Daiber waa for
several years employed at Henry Lamp's
store, and for two and one -half years at
F. G. Young's, at which place he made a
good clerk. The new firm of Darrah &
Daiber will be a strong competitor in
tbe grocery line.
I. J. taeara' t'aadldaey.
Mr. D. J. Sears has formally announced
himself as a candidate for membei of tbe
board of education. He states that he is
in full accord and .sympathy with the
compulsory education law, and that it is
his belief that the schools should be
governed with an eye single to their best
interests without regard to politics or re
The packet Sidney came down.
The Pilot brought np two barges.
The Stillwater came down with sixteen
strings of logs.
The Isaac Staples, Inverness, Lion,
Pilot and Stillwater went north.
The water had risen to 100 at 6 o'clock
this morning and at noon waa 10:75. The
temperature was 80 above at noon.
The worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum
and other diseasea of the blood, are cured
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. "
Mrs. Milton Jones' musicale tomorrow
High Life Purity coffee, sold only at
F. G. Young s."
New potatoes and spring chickens at
F. G. Young's.
Choice strawberries and raspberries at
F. G. Young's.
Special business this evening at tbe St
Paul lodge K. of P.
Mr. Otto Herkert is home from college
at Iowa City for bis vacation.
Trio Lodge A. F. and A. M., will have
a meeting tomorrow night for work.
Remember that tomorrow evening oc
curs the musicale and ice cream sociable
at Mrs. Milton Jones'. -
In eonnection with tbe first day's pros
gramme or tbe Davenport fair Sept 22,
there will be a tn-city bycicle tourna
Architect D. 8. Schureman returned
from Cincinnati last night accompanied
by bis wife and son, who will make their
permanent home in Rock Island.
Chairman Geo. W. Vinton, of the dem
ocratic county committee, has called a
committee meeting at the Rock Island
house at one o'clock Saturday afternoon
Conductor C. O. Parker, of the Rock
Island and St. Louis division of the Bur
lington, has moved from Beards town to
Rock Island, and taken his residence at
Twenty-fifth street and Ninth avenue.
It is reported that after Julv 1 all the
Harness to be mde for the ordnance de
partment of the army will be manufac
tured at Kock Island arsenal, and that all
tbe harness shops in the department will
re concentrated on Hock Island.
Ei-Ald. Wm. Gray bad tbe first three
lingers of his right hand severely lacerated
wciie at work in his box factory yester
day afternoon in manipulating a rip
saw. Lr. Ualt dreesed tbe wounded hand
and hopes to save tbe fingers. ,
Capt T. J. Robinson and Mr. Fred
Weyerhauser departed for Washington
this morning to look After tbe interests of
the Hennepin canal and other projects in
which Rock Island is interested. They
expect to remain at tbe national capital
Miss Lucia Mackenzie, daughter of
Ma). Alex Mackenzie, wbo has been in
attendance at St Katherine's school at
Davenport tbe past year, has returned to
ber home at the Harper. She is accom
panied by her friend. Miss Mary Hall, of
Cedar Rapids, who will visit with her for
One of the most unfortunate losers in
the lower end of town by reason of the
recent cyclone was Swan Lundberg. a
carpenter, whose barn, together with
considerable personal property, was de
stroyed. Mr. Liindberir is without monev
or friends and is about to make an appeal
to the public for aid.
Messrs A. P. Graves and J. W. Cran-
dall, baggage agent and assistant bag
gage agent respectively, at the Rock Is
land depot have on petition of
Agent Skelton been clothed with spec
ial police powers to arrest maraud
ers about the depot Mr. John Russ
has been a special watchman at the de
pot for some time.
A special from Des Moines says that
Seth Morgan, who was connected with the
Kock Island cnumand the old Daven
port Qauttt for some time, and against
whom disbarment proceedings were pend
ing, has skipped out. The telegram
stales that he has insisted that there was
nothing in the charges brought against
him, but his disappearance puts a differ
ent view upon the matter.
Mr. W. H. Lohr. for eight years
cashier in the office of tbe American Ex
press company, has resigned bis position
and will tomorrow remove to bterliot:
where be has arranged to embark exten
sively in the grocery business. Lohr is
possessed of business pluck and energy
such as will insure him success in his ven
ture. He is succeeded in tbe office of tbe
American Express company here bv J.
F. Connera. of Elgin.
Mr. O. I. Additon. representing the
Un ion Central Life Insurance company,
of Ohio, is in tbe city and proposes to
establish a general agency here for Rock
Island county, several years ago be bad
charge of a school in Hampton township
and for four years has been principal of
tbe school at Ulica, near Chicago. Ue is
a thoroughly competent business man,
and will no doubt meet with encourage
ment in tbe establishment of his enter
W. C. Brown, formerly superintendent
of the Rock Island & St. Louis division
of the C, B. & Q,., and now superinten
dent of the Iowa lines of the same system,
will succeed Mr. Merrill as general man-
acer of the Hannibal & St. Joseph, and
Kansas Uity, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs
lines. It has been known for some time
that tbe promotions in the officials of the
Burlington road recently commenced
would include the elevation of Brown to
a higher berth.
A telegram was received last night an
nouncing the death at the Elgin Insane
asylum of Mrs. John Remer who was sent
from this county first to Jacksonville a
year and a half ago. The remains will be
brought to Rock Island for interment be
side the body of her husband John Remer,
tbe ferry pilot wbo died March 23. The
adopted daughter is with Mrs. Randolph,
a sister of tbe late pilot at Davenport
Mr. J. IT. Kobinson is ber guardian. ,
Tbe horrible murder af the venerable
Henry Nurre, in Clinton county, Iowa,
some months ago, when also his wife
was almost killed, will be remembered by
our readers. Now Mrs. Nurre has re
covered and her mental faculties are re
stored yet she gives no clue to the per
petrators. Tbe (Jllnton Uounty Democrat
says that failing to reveal what she
knows, criminal action should be begun
against her as a party to the crime, which
the Democrat says, "a great many are be
ginning to believe is tbe true explanation
of the great secrecy and mystery sur
rounding the case."
Ex-Governor John M. Hamilton, of
Chicago, was at tbe Harper for a few
hours this morning, and be left on the
8:15 train for Cambridge. Mr. Hamil
ton slated that his mission waa purely a
business one, and that be bad some legal
matters to attend to in the Henry county
court The impression is prevalent that
there is political significance attached to
the governor's trip to this section, and
that Senator Far well la deeply interested
in bis visit to this legislative district.
There is no doubt as to the Chicago mil
lionaire baving his own way with the
figureheads recently endorsed by the re
publicans of Rock Island county should
they be successful in receiving the nom
ination and election. If tbe great moguls
of tbe g. o. p. can't use them, who ander
tbe heavens, caaf
Mr. Wm. Nevins is .having his brick
cottage oa Twenty-third street converted
into a two story frame house.
' Tbe property holders on tbs east side
of Twentieth street below Third avenue
are having their buildings raised to the
newly established grade.
Mr. Ben T. Cable is having the Cable
mansion on Moline avenue overhauled
and repainted a beautiful reddish color.
Mr. Geo. Wagner ia having his Atlan
tic brewery painted red with appropriate
They Have tJeaae.
H. F. Cordes, the live furniture dealer
has just received a car load of cbaml-er
suites of sixteenth century style. The
woodwork is adorned by some very bean-
tiful and appropriate band carving. This
style of goods is all the rage now and
this car load is of the very latest in style.
Mr. Cordes has them all displayed at his
store, where he would invite tbe public
to call and inspect.
16 Chas Atkinson by execntor to
Cbas A Anderberg, lot 3. part lot 4, block
4, Atkinson's ad Moline. f 1,500.
David B Sears to Young Stokes, part
se. 3, 17, le, and part nwj, 10, 17, le.
Ben Pbilkill el al to Andrew J Mar
shall, w, nw, and nwj, sw., 28. 20, 2e,
Tbe Purest and Bast
Articles known to medical science are
used in preparing Hood's 8arsaparilla.
fevery ingredient is carefully selected.
personally examined, and only the best
retained. The medicine is prepared
under tne supervision of thoroughly com
petent pharmacists, and every step in tbe
process of manufacture is carefully
watched with a view to securing in Hood's
Sarsaparilla the best possible result.
Either on Seventeenth street between
Second avenue and the steamboat landing
or on Second avenue between Seven
teenth and Twentieth streets, a black
Russia leather pocketbook containing
1 34 75. Tbe finder will please leave at
Argus office and receive reward.
All dog owners are hereby notified that
they n.ust procure checks for 1890 before
July 1, as all dogs seen without cbecka
auacnea alter ibat date will be shot by
tne police on sight. Phu Miller,
Cbas. E. Hodgson insures afrainat fire.
lightning, windstorms and tornadoes.
Rates as low as consistent with the risk.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of tbe finest and
purest ice cream made.
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
TT 11 c m... r
vreu is main 8.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives it.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mint wintergreen. maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Truth is more of a stranger than fic
C. A. Stieu, - - Manager.
One Solid Week, commencing
. MONDAY, JUNE 23bd.
DAVID jTrAM AGE'S
Openlnr In tbe Famons SnntnWa Comedy
Drama in & Acta, entitled
Change of Play Nightly.
A valuahle nreent riven iwit eerr nlf ht anil
on Saturday night we will give away a GOOD
Prices only 10 and 20c No Higher.
Reserved acats for ale at ntnal place.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
lTPictora Cord, Twine, Naila
and Hooka at lowest pricaa.
Call and aee.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Boose.
ue a en or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest t per cent aemi aonnally, collected and
remitted fraa of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorns y at Law
RooaM S and 4 Masonic Tetapla,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOOK INLAID, IUU,
Spring Styles now Beady.
Are in. May be you are thinking of
Mclntire Bros, show a splendid as
sortment in Satins, Gauze, Feather,
Ostrich,' etc., etc.,
Feather Fans, 15c.
Feather Fans, 25c
Colors blue, Pink, cream. Scarlet.
Some pleasant surprises for you in
the way of low prices In other styles of
NEW "WASH GOODS.
We place on sale Monday morning
new wash goods in Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 12c-
Who now own the
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE and CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLECIANN & SALZblANH,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREEfJAlIf ALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices In tne three cities.
-PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 given away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of B00U and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL 8H0X STORK, 1818 Second Atm.
ELM 8TRKKT 8H0K STORX
similar to Scotch ginghams, fast colors
handsome coloring at 10a This is be
low the regular price but welbought
them cheap and you get the benefits
SUMMER BEIGES-Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Double fold, reduced
to 25c to close; colors gobelin, golden
brown, ten red, greerJIb-lnV.'seal
Challies, 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c aoyard.
largest ground floor
Newe st Styles in Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings,
-Richest Styles in Novelties-
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw. Trimmed and Un trimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.