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SHALL WE WEAR?
FASHIONS THAT ARE APPROVED AT
HOVE AND ABROAD.
$tyl" ln nu n,,l I,,nnet 'or Miilvln
teT Described Itoconilng Combinations
f Clh anil Fir in Form of Toque,
ncl IIt with VUor Brims.
Many of ' ll"-t-s ilesineJ especially for
midwinter pleasing rorn'.riaa'.ione of
flnth inil fur. A very pretty hat, with
vinr'.irim, sin recently, wa. of dark 1 lue
cloth id milch the ilr.ws with wbicli it
,r;is i"1 !,! 'H ii. It wis bordered, as Av.-t
tin' cuwii, v. iih r.rrak!.aa fur. The elm h
crown was f -'1 ''1 in plaits at the front,
rhe on the iwk t.irw ol.tck anil yel otr
l.inis pre perohed. Very pretty cloth
toques are mw worn, with borders of sal-,ikiii-
Thecro.vns are s;ft. Many of the
i.tq-ii r.re trimnie 1 wit h miniature heads
r.yre.ntiGi: t seal's, or an otter's or a
f.i-.'.- :ii-or iing to the far, and on the hat
VV Fi.T.T HAT.
Ie::ii;.'rs ..:iy aa i r .) rtmt p:irt in
t: i.miain of hats as wvll as of b.mu.ts.
Ia tho c;;t is i'.Iusrr ite.l an iimorte l irrav
il to a youthful facs. l. '.u
h foa'her- in two sh:ultis of
the center spring out an
ch.arrnina: qray felt bon.iet
seen was uriauornea except vita a Rtay
lioaver edire and a row of steel scro Is.
Under the front of the brim and at the
hack were iur.j'jois blise velvet flutings.
The Now Sloped Skirt.
New skirt-., with most of their fullness
taken out by a slop.nl s---ani in the mid lie
of the hack, r.re cut oil ia three horizontal
pieces to break the monotony of straight
breadths, a fashion very becoming to Lull,
slender fi'in-s. '1 he foundation skirt of
silk has two straight breadths juined by a
seam down the middle of the front., fitted
over the hips by three darts in e:v.:h breadth,
and meeting at the back of the waist. The
space at the top lieyond the fastening is
sloped diagonally to meet two shorr
breadths that are similarly sloped, and
parts of two t hree-cornered breadths, a. so
sloped in the middle, are set in at the foot
to give fullness to the bottom of the skirt.
The outside material is usually of cloth
of donble width, and has therefore fev-er
lengt h wise scams than the f ou ndation ski rt.
It is cut in three crosswise pieces passing
straight around the figure, each lapping
slightly upon that below it, and each a
third of the length of the skirt in tier th
when finished with a stitched hem. These
pieces also have the sloped seam in the
back, and are sewed on the foundation skirt
without fullness. Such skirts are most
worn with round waists that are slipped
under the skirt; hence the top of the skirt
is trimmed with passementerie to gine a
pretty finish to the bodice. At the foot ot
the skirt is usually a band of fur or
feathers and passementerie. Harper's Ila
A Cloth Tea Gown.
With the present fad for cloth have been
introduced not only evening andweddiig
dresses of clot h,
but cloth tea
gowns as w e 1 1.
ing illustration is
shown an impo-t-e
d gown, whi :h
abroad is known
as the "Bern
hardt" gown. I to
name is due to
two causes: The
gifted Sara wore
the first one that
was designed, aud
second it is fast
ened with a Bern
hardt girdle. Tje
model shown is in
oran ge h tied clot h,
with full white
Bleeves. The g r
dle, collar and
bands around the
sleeves are of gold
BER.VHARPT TEA GOWX. passementerie.
Is finished with ademi-t.ain.
The A rransement of the Hair.
The outline and contour of the head are
kept as small as possible, and for evening
and full dress the hair is well drawn up
from the neck and dressed high on the
head, often with a quantity of little carls
on the top a la Josephine. Some women
wear the bair slightly waved on the brow
and temples and the rest turned back a la
New York Skating Costume.
A model skating jacket shows large vtl
vet sleeves trimmed with astrakhan. A
band of the same far borders the coat atd
a high collar of it protects the neck of the
fair skater. A toque of rough goods to
match the coat is trimmed with a cock's
plume and a uarrotv strip of Persian lamb
interwoven with the folds of the cloth.
The jeweled dog collars are generally
mounted on velvet to correspond with tie
dress, but a darker shade.
Some of the handsomest fans have ligl t
colored tortoise shell mounis ornamented
with moonstoues and diamcmJs.
Long gloves are only worn with sleevts
that terminate at the elbow.
The low bodices of new gowns are roun 1
at the waist line and very' boutraut on the
shoulders above the short 6leevcs.
White kid gloves have replaced those c f
tan shades for evening toilets, and are wora
smooth on the arms.
The rich brocades worn by fashionable
young married women have either t he sin; -pie
round bod ice and high puffed sleeve ,
or else thev are pointed in front and back ,
and a deep basque is added by croiis seami
on the hips.
There is a decided reaction against tht
heavy mourning formc-y worn. Each sea
son the aversion to Irwvj black crape reili
and draperies increase , ,
Lfnlroa th i:
Makes the lives of many people mlse-.able,
and often leads to self-destruction. Distress
after eating, sour stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint, " all gone
feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, nd irregtr
DlKtrocQ.,arity of tbe wels, are
i on ess 'some of the more common
After symptorcv Dyspepsia does
Eating not Bot "?n ot it8e11- u
o requires careful, ersistent
attention, and a remedy like l!o .'s Sarsa
parilla, which acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates a
good appetite, ard by thuj e:,
overcoming the '.deal symp- CK
toms remevts the symna-Headache
thctlc effects of the disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
" I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite. a:id what 1 did cat
Heart- distressed mo, or did me
DUrn after eating T would expe
rience a faintness, or tired, all-goue feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was ar.ivated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut tip in a
room with fresh paint. Last OUr
srrh'g I took ITood's Sarsa- Stomach
rilia took three lx.ttles. It did me an
immense anii.ur.t cf g.wd. It gve me an
arpttite, and my food rdished and satisfied
the eravin,; 1 had previously experienced-"
Geokoe A. Taoe, Watcrtown, Mass.
So'dby all draggistj. fl: s'.x for f V rrcparedonlj
bi C. I. IlOoD & CO.. Apoitivarics, LowcU, Mass
(On Oocs Orto Dollar
' C ... -1
ASK TOTJK GROCER FOR IT.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
Pbbscbiftios a Specialtt.
Fourth Ave. aadTwentv-Third St.
17 REMEMBER Tkl
JVA IS THE NAME OF THAT Ui
That Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEVER, COLD in
the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER,
PliM B1AO. Pint Bottles.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
PBKPaSKD OSLY BT
Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co.
82 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO. ILL.
ItnpartH . iriiiM.nt Imnjtin-ni Lotk-.k ,,. am.
movts st'.i iiu:ipi. fm-itl.ni and li-oulontirtn v
Fait- Ijj e!l i;r-t dniKici-ta . or nuuid for as et
lf.R8 ff" f"" af lartampsb,
t v H w w akaa a m sc
ri R OF.OI EFFENBACHS
SUAE CUM 'or SCM1RAI, NERVOUS
aod URIHABT TROUBLES i f OUNB.
MIHLE-kBEt "d OH KEN. NO
STOMACH MEDICATION, NO UNCER
TAIN Tl OR OISAPPOINTMENT, butpori-
ti.Hr rWi'TM th. w.nrt Ck . in ?4 iMan.
&&d DrmAaeotlrarM in lUDday.. tttel
trmtmeatootrlsl b ratorn sail for fl. Ci-iimr free.
' THEERU DRUC CO..
Protect Your Eyes.
MARIOS' OPTICAL OO's
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IN Maidea Lane. M. T. Branch: Marion,
Ind. For sale bj T U. Thomas, Druggist, Bock
Island, I1L sep. -ttm
J. M. GASP ARD,
w T AWtrai sHavIl tfW
uSatS and see wora befora toiag to Chicago
"uu, them is raUroaa service,
SCHOOL OF Bend for circulars.
fviy1.;?'!" ' v
r ' .1
k t .1
AT THI9 LI8T AND
FRANK G. YOUNG.
Mince meat, home made,
Huyler'a butter cups,
P. Emilien olives,
Can pine apples,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beet Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing,
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Wafers,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third avenue.
Telephone No. 1108.
"You have taken cold," you
say. That means that the little
blood vessels in your side, your
back, or your shoulder have
congested. The blood ceases
to flow and you feel chilly. By
and by nature sends an alarm,
and inflammation of that part
sets in, you then "feel feverish."
The bloodvessels carry the con
gested blood to the lungs. If
the system is in a condition of
perfect health the whole thing
is attended to thus. The lungs
oxygenize the over loaded cor
puscles and there is an end of
it, but if the lungs are not per
fectly healthy the work is too
mucn for them, and the over
charged tissues become in
flamed in their turn. Then a
cough sets in, this being nature's
sign of distress, her red flag of
danger. In the meantime the
lungs labor away, and if they
are successful the waste matter
is finally thrown off and the
cough then stops. But if this
is not the case the cough deep
ens, until finally in a convulsion
the tissue is torn, and the
patient has a hemorrhage.
Tubercles, or little sores like
boils, form in the lungs. The
patient is then pronounced in
curable from the consumption,
as, indeed, at that stage he is,
and he dies. If, however, he
had at the outset, or even after
his cough had set in, taken
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure, he would have been
able to have conquered the
malady at the start without
difficu'ty and without pain. In
this particular it is invaluable.
People with weak lungs can
take any amount of it that they
require, for it is perfectly pure
and perfectly harmless. In this
Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure forms a striking
contrast to most cough reme
dies. For they are based upon
opiates, and proceed upon the
assumption that a cough must
be stopped by paralyzing the
tissues instead of stimulating
the system, and thus assisting
it to throw off the morbid mat
ter For sale by all druggists
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
107 Main 8t , Peoria, 111.
tnaj fauna O
u m x ulu. r.
SmMfts Avmnrjr Bessao (I Bprooa
I m a BBaaBasSBaBBBBBaaBBSBan
one week in the Dan r Asara FRBR.
For hale. Kent. Iichoe aod Miaeellaotoae
waits inwrtl ob day at lc per w ml ; three
oar at c per word sad one week at He per
noR 8 ALU A HOCOB AND LOT IN ITKJI
T drix addition, Hoatb Uork l.lacd. west of
Milunroad. gnqni e at No. 11 Hvco d areaae.
ICKLT FCKMncD KOoM FOK TJTO
gent emu at 57 Twentieth street.
WANTED A HTCATION AS KNOINBF.R
by a competent young man mho U steady
ad capak'e; ran famish best of reference. Ad
dree UI Second are ne. 14
ANTED A ROOM-MATS BV AN KNGI
neer, a neat fnrubbed front room. Mil Third
arenne, sanside, woo only occapir it li t'mes a
month for 1; or for two gentlemen 5 Per
montn . 24
U r A NTEU GENERAL 8TAT4 AGENT TO
open brsdqnarters tn sjme principal city, as
same exclusive control f t oar businers and ap
point local and sub-agents tn every city In this
Ktate; poods well known staple s floor, in ani
versal demand, and pay a net proSt of 50 to MO
per oenu Address Taa laioa Coaraar, Tf4
Broadway, New lork.
in srvs or
1200.00 and Upwards
Por !t, 6t;curcil a iaai or;i from
::.- to fiTe uxei ttt ivci.roi.:
of Ul ioSki-
latere'. 7 p-.- e-?r.t renl anaa:.'?j co.lecled acd
reoi::d frer of th v
ArTCENKY AT 1. '
Hxict i and 4 Xarouic Tix; (.
KOCK ILAM ILL
THE KQLIXE SAVIHBS SANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Ii:;aoia.)
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Opon daily from 9 A. M. to I P. at .. and on Taes
day ani Saturday Eeeniiurs fro-o 7 to
Interest allowed oa Despoil: &t the rie
of 4 per Cent, per Aasizni
Deposits received ia amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SECURITY ANDADVANTiCf I.
The private property of 'he Trote4 is resr-on-sihle
to the dcpo-ltors. The oacers are prohibi
ted from borrewia any of Its monefs. Minors
and married women arowctcd by rpecUl law.
Oricta-: .W. Watiuri. ?re(i.?ent; Poa-
KBS'iUKIE. Vire President: C 9. llri
Tb-dstiis: S. w. Wbeelock, Porter Pklncer,
P. W. Uemt-nwsy, J. SUss Leas, Q. II Edwards,
Hiram Darling, A. S. Wrttht. J. S. Eealor, L.
II. Hemenway. C. Vttzthim.
LkT 1 he only chartered tfav-xg. Bak !s Rock
-ALL KINDS O?
done. A specialty of fnrniahlnf all kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 eeota
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first -clan.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
W. C. MUCKER,
Having purchased tbe
Property which he has had refitted for the ho
tel business, ia bow prepared to accom
modate trsa-leot gaests.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable pricea.
Be la also encaged In the
at the came place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm prodace a specialty.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other ima-Uned and weO
knowa Fire Inanraace Companies) he foliowtng :
Royal Iasormaee Company, ot EnsTaod.
Weechester Fire Ins. Company of N . T.
Buffalo Gennaa Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co.. Kochaatar, H. T.
Otisena Ins. Co., of Pitubnrgh, Pa.
Bon Flra Office. London.
Unloa Ids. Co., of California.
Becarity Ina. Co.. Hew Htvea, Cons.
JUlwaaaee afechaalcs Ina. Oo., M Uaraakee, Wia
German rtre Las. Co., of Peoria, LU,
OfBoe Cor. 18th St., and Seoood Ave.
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
After H years eras rle nee la teaciilrvg Instra
aaentat Maaic, I will promise yoa more taeory with
lea teeaonj for ths least money ef aay teacAer ia
uder ou supervision, given each Juvenile papQ.
Teachers will ears money to order their music
Booka of aa. One-third off of marked price oa
Sheet music to every one. Leave ordera, naming
anlhor, at my masic room. 101 Second areaae.
We aaake a specialty ol teaching lnezarieacad
teachers how to taach.
Addresa me at 106 Brady BC, Davenport, la.
HU. C. A. KKilaUR.
OTATE OF ILLINOH. I
Bock lai.aD Cocarrr. I '
la tbe circuit eoort of Pork Island coua'y. To
ibe Msy term A. D ll.
Robert C. JeaeU, vs Csctas C. tlw iais acd
Hanfird F. Hsrtmsn.
Public notice is hereby elvea to tbe ssM Cim'.va
C. Harttnaa sad $snfro r. Htnaiaa. aat a ant
of attrhmnt issued oot of tbe See cf tae
rVrsoft.ii Kork llsnd eoenty circuit tmrt,
ditr4 the seventeenth day of Jaoaarj A. D. 141.
ia tbe suit of tbe salj Robert V. Jraet and
airatnt lb estate of tbe said Cimi.i i". liartoisa
and hanfnrd K. Uartasaa. for tbe rata ef Uns
Thoaaod Five tlandred aod ff'r dol'ara
(flASO 0U). directed U tbe eberta Of Rok Island
oranty. wtl bi.il writ hsa bee a le'.amed 1 1
ecntrd ; Tow therefore anle-s yon, the said Ss
frl F Hatmu and aestas C. fiartmva shall
nrwral.y be and appear before tb aaid rtntc
laud county c null court, on or bf ore the lot
day ef the nest term thereof, to be bnlden at th:
coart boose ia tbe city of Rock lsisad. c ss-4
coanty. on the f rst Monday of Mar A. U Iftl.
five bait and plead to tbe said plantlff s action,
julymenl sriil he en'erd asaisst voa acd a
favor of the said Robert C. JeaeU. and o much
of the pmenv atached aa may be ssmciect lo
satisfy tbe stld j'idgment and costs, wi.l be ao'd
to sati.fr ihe same.
Rock Island. 111., Jan. t. 1:11.
GEO RUE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
J .cis m A IIcaJT. Pis ntiS a Attorneys.
Estate of Daniel )foher, deceased.
The nnderairned bavlnxbecn appointed ai a!t
Isuator. a tb the wUl annexed, of the estate ef
Daalrl Mo-Urr. Iste af the coasty of Rock Is:at.d.
state of lil'tiol-. deceased, bereby ar.frs notice
that he will appear before the county coart cf
Rock Islsnd roor.ty, at t police of the ekrk ttt
ssid coart, in tbecitve. Rock Island, at lue
March trm. on the first Monday la Marth cert,
at wcich time all persons bsnorlstms a:t.t
said estate are art led and requested to atvtd
for the purpose of harins the ame adjusted. A J
persons indebted to said relate are re nested to
make immediate payment to the cr.dertmed-
Iatd th!'6-.i dav r.f Jinnarr. A. O 141.
LITUEH D. LbWAKIIo. A.m:ts-rator.
With t'..e ill a'ntt.d.
QlTY BATToIR KoU I.LNT.
rslrd t.r-j.1 will le rerr:ed nt tlie 'y
t Ink's f'lif, lfH k I- ud. lil . .Lt.l S a.m. 1 '
ruary ti, Wl. ft Ihe 1- a-ii i;of the t'lty At ilt. lx
tnl:dra(;. silastrd at llie et a1 of b city
I.nii.s. The tity itwm l.e nsbt t r l.-rt u:.r
and ail bids. R ji K tT kutllLLIf.
Rock Io'.acd. IIL. Jatoarj St 1. l'Vl.
J. M. BUFORO,
aid Frs a4 T'mteiw Oasap
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
aa hrm aa azT rsi;.- ..ry av
nru.-oeia.Ta H s-. sr..
l?mm ha j.rw b.
John Volk & Co.,
M aaaf acttirere of
Bash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring.
and all kind of wwl work for bnildsrs,
ElghtonU st bet. rh-rd and Poo-J. ave
UlfACQTJAXSTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY CT THE COTJJTTHT. VTTLL 0BTAOI
MUCH VAZ.UABIX EfTORMATICIf rBCM A ETTTDT CF THIS MAP Of
THE CHICAGO. ROCK ISU1ID & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Mia3f pln H?.?v3?r251s and tnona Kaat and Wait of ta
SU!2?urJ Eivr,r- JP1" "lrct Bouto to and from ChlcaTO, JoUet. Ottawa.
" 08kaIcHeve, Dea Molnaa, Winteraet, Audurxn, HsjUnand Council
o o ,Flll, ln DAKOTA-Cameron, St. Joseph, aod Eanaaa City, la
MISSOURI-Omatiia, Falrbtiry, and Nelson, ln NEB EAS KA-Rorron! TopW'ka,
PjiifS-? Ylchi BellavUle. AblletiW, CaidwelL In KA&-Wn3
Crwet, KJnirflBher, Port Beno, In the) INDIAN TE RRTTOBT and Colorado
Bpnngn, Denver, Pueblo, ln COLORADO. FRB Rocllnlria' Chair Car to
CnlcasTO, CaldweU, Butcbinaon. and Dodra City, and Palaca Slaap
In Cara between Chicago, Wlcluta, and HutcniDaon. TraTeraaa nww and
I?tiii2SfElricIa rnmn ?d rraalnaT land. afforcUntr tbabews CaoUlua
or intercommunication to all towns and citta east and wast, tkorthwoa
and aoathwait of Chicago, and Paclfls aad traosoceauo oaorU.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS,
Iadlne allcornpetltora in splendor of aqulpmant. cooL well tflatad . and
rraa from dust Tnrourt Coach ea, Pullman Hlepwra, PRB BeeUnlnaT
Chair Ciirt!, and (east of bTiaaourl River) Oxnlnsj Cars DaJybetween Chlcya-ro.
Das Molnea. CouncU Bluffs, and Omaha, with Prea Becllnlna; Chair Car to
?J?-ToL,-lSil5-tS.1 ltwtn Chicmro and Colorado eprlnsra, DeoTer,
n?el0i.T1t.St- Jo4M!Pb .r KansasTty and Topaka. flendld tMnlCeT
Hotela (furnlahinAT meals at saaaonabla hours) west of bLeaouri Bivar.
CaJlforrjla Excursiona daily, with CHOICE OP ROUTES to and from Bait
rTSl OeTaen, Portland, Loa Anfales, and San Francisco. The DIRECT
LINE! to and from Pikes PaaIlanltoo, Oardan of tnaOods. Lbs BaaiUart
ums, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado. w oaw
VIA THE ALOERT LEA ROUTE,
SIAt.'T?.111 CW'v'foand MlnnaapoUs and St. PauL.
with Til ROUGH Roclinina' Chair Cars FREJ to and from those points and
Kansas City. Thjoug-h Chair Car aad Sleeper betwssn paorla, 8 pint Laka.
r,Sl i,"' T1 i104- Tba rSrotlf lAna m TpipnaVWatat!:
OcSrNrthwit8 8ummr Baaort and Hunun, and TUhlug
THB8HOBT UNB VIA BRNKCA AND KaKRaKZB offsra fadlltiaa to
trartlbetwesn Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafaywtta. and CotaacU BluSa. 8k
Joseph, Ahts.n, Lssavenworth, Knm f1T. Mlnnrsimlls. aod Bt Paul.
ForTlcatajA, aiapsi, Folders, or daairad lntorrnaOon. svpply to any Ticks
E. ST. JOHN,
Second Hand Goods
Bays, aalU aad trades any article.
Jr. S. E. MREARY
(Lata of Oacianatl. Ohio J
Has Pennanenily Located la
la the past el;ht saostbs he has aurrassfallj
treated aoare tbaa
of tbe most severe caarartac. IIWrnciallirs aret
I' HI ATE ANI
tucb cta aa rhturcht:R.. ccursJ
Bia. scrofula. a-tbcoa, eaten h. beart
disease, all kicks of crvont diseasea,
euilepsr. chorea ard nervous (rostra
liens. Io feet aJl rLronic -r looz siasd
Po4itii-lj aad rercanrttlj Cured
HrL.se.f MtnbI, Sr-!tal Weaka.ea, and
L.Mf. of YoattM irfcivr v and lra&aa.esjUy
rti-l'ive!y a cae tat.n U.at rax not be
acred. tarreenoed.-tire ectam;uc4 by ac la
a' amps proaptly answered
C'3c-McCn!toar.-s New CiocA.
VT. Tkird Street vez Kala.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dtmick Block. No. t Jtt fu Tock Uland.
Ilmrlre purr'-.ased a eoa-rle tine of radertak
icr coods. with beare aiid s;paartet.nrs, asd
ba i r secured Ue sen ;c4S of Mr.Ge, K. Raa
r.t CLicacn. aa expert funeral director and csa
t aimer of li years eipenenoe, I am fully pra
pared to ruarantee aausf act-c
t'i '.-is rv-ii-'T ior
tiesnrtbira m .ie-t.
1 at only saw retse-1 lor
LtamrrWaur W biteav
i t re rit a sol sad
sai is rT' itatnemlifis; it
A. J. Hr.K. MLD-
f inr nVl
fl T.i 1A V-sJ
fsif csm. Imm.
Mrs sat at
1 I TtESsCV-.' '
as.att l ;a
U1UCAOO. TXXs. Oaal TUkst ft 1
A soeelaJtv aaada of Jewalry.
No. lCUeeond Aveaos.