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Delegates Selected to the Min
ed 01 iisoii a i-ai.iut-c wiiic.i iu-t a.mua lit .
islaurtlsto Aic.ru-tin vtiitramniislnii. HupuUi
Caus ii all pirn of the .-Onto ar iir.:vii to iirnor
local KinrK a:ni to unite for victory on tbe na
MICHIGAN'S ELECTORAL LAW.
A CONTEST ON NATIONAL ISSUES
Tbe I'olit y Decided I pun ami Prolilbllion
Ruled Out of the Fight The Temporary
Chairman Taken a Whack at Tammany
SuWaaice of the I'latfonn Senator
Hill Speak at a fiihvrnian Banquet at
8anuali Spiritual Gift from a Geor
gia Hotelkerper Political Notes.
Des Moines, March 18. After ten dnys
ipeculaUou, expectancy and doubt as to
whether the Iowa Republican state con
vention, would.-be harmonious the ques
tion has been solved iu favor of harmony,
and the Prohibitionist and anti-Prohibitionist
Republicans nestle together
cosily as kittens. The fight that was to
)ave been made, upon Mr. Cummins, who
had been selected as temporary cbairiuau,
did. not materialize. His opponents in
Polk county" who kept him out of the con
vention as a delegate, contented them
elves with that particular job for the rea
son, probably, that they felt the conven
tion would not take up their cause.
Gave' Cummin ao Ovation.
Mr. Cummins' reception when intro
duced by Chairman Mack was of the most
cordial nat ure. It was a welcome that
Amounted to almost an ovation. In his
Address he dwelt at great length on
reciprocity and tariff and he rigorously
defended the principle of protection, but
the notable feature of his speech was an
attack on Tammany hall and David Ben
nett Hill. While he was indulging la his
fusillade the hall repeatedly rang with
applause. Here's what he said:
A Vh ark at Tammany.
Just at this time the liar sinister has swept
so clearly anil unmistakably across the no
mocracy that he who values honewty In public
affairs, who doimimls at least tbeappraraureoi
purity lu polities, whatever may be bis views uj-onpulIiciui-tioii.niu.'-t
repudiate an'l condemn
the influnnees now dominant in the I omK rai in
party. Foi tl.e first time iu the history of th
United States a ;tre;it party, hleh number
anions its followers substantially one-half
the voters iu Ki.tOMJUu (f people, lies bound at
the foot of a local organization. Anorjjaniza
tion whii h will compel the Hem M-raiir conven
tion to accept itsoaudidates foi tlie.hitrhest ottl.
ces known to th.- i;overiiments ol the world. An
organization that corrupts whatever It em
ploy aud pollutes whatever it touches.
l'owerful in I'oli ties.
An organization tiiat in turn plunders ballot
boxes, steals otlli-es, lirilns and intimidates
voters, manipulates returns, r.nd subverts to
Its own immoral purposes its entire men.bir
hh!p. An orv'iitii.'.nlion that is not worr 1
teated by Kejmbliruiis than it is hatifl by the
lietter eiemeiit of the Di-iii'K-ra y. And yet.
bt-au.-e this s(H-iety aiTttuiites to itself the
power to Uelennine the result i.f an r-l.-c tioii in
New York, Ieni',er:tts everywhere will yieid
to its pretensions and adopt its enudidale. It
may not lie h.ivid I'.i iineit Hill, who Mdav
Mauds as lb" acknowledged oiiilsMlimeut of all
that is bad. vicimis, anil d. inoraliiin; to poli
tics; but, whoever it may !. be will bow tha
knee to i:utl un 1 stilHirdlnuie bimsi.lt' to the
CTaml saehein in' itiiipiity. The Tammany so
ciety was organized a hundred years or in ire
ago for the jnirpose ()f tarnishing aid to bury
its indigent uu-inlit-rn.
Wants to Unry It Alive.
The time bus come w hen the w bole society it
indigent; indteent in morals, iu lionesU. in de
cenry, in everything that is tcood and pure.
Let us now come to its assistance and bury the
living, not the dead, so deep beneulU our in
dignation that the stench of its decaying hiw
er will never reach tha nostrils of a virtuous
people. We appeal to all lovers of right and
haters of wrong to rid the country of the octo
pus whose slimy tentacles having encompass
ed the metropolis, having wound its dirty
arms about the Capitol of the Empire State,
having thrust a noisome finger into the penato
chamber of the United States, is now creeping
with its quivering fllthiness toward the presi
A Tribute to the Administration.
Referring to President Harrison the
The wise, the steady, the patriotic hand ol
President Harrison has contributed nothing
but honor to Lis country. The (renins of an
other who serves his country whenever and
wherever he can serve them best has added a
luster of glory that crii icism can neither tar
nish nor obscure; but sinking individuals into
a common embodiment of the party, and we
look upon an administration that has so guard
ed and defended the honor of our flag that to
be beneath the stars and stripes Is to be ns se
cure abroad as at home; that has faithfully ex
ecuted our laws, that has redeemed every
pledge of its party and performed every prom
ise to the people.
THE CONVENTION'S DAY'S WORK.
Delegate at Large Selected and Platform
The permanent organization was effect
ed with ex-Kcpreseutative I. S. Struble as
chairman. He made a brief address in
which he eulogized President Harrison,
and was loudly cheered by . the delegates,
two-thirds ot whom are for a reuomina
tion. The c onvention elected as delegates nt-larm
J. 8. Clarkson, chairman of the national com
mittee; er-Uoveror John 11. (ieur; chairman of
the state central committee, E. E. Mack, aud
D. C. Chase, member of the legislature from
Harrison count y. The three latter are kunvn
to favor the rcnoininntion of Harrison. The
liberal eiemout wus recognized by the selec
tion of Temporary Chairman Cummins as al
ternate delegate-at-large to the national con
vention. The other alternates are George A
Taylor (colored), of Oskulonsa: liruee I). Sea
man, of Davenport, and William Eaton, of
l'latform lOullrely National.
A resolution endorsing Prohibition was pre
sented to the committee on resolutions and
voted down. The platform as presented and
adopted deals entirely with national issues.
It is brief and gen-rul in its scope. It declares
that the Republicans of Iowa enter upon the
campaign with full confidence that the party
in its natioual convention ill make a declara
tion of principles and nominate a ticket in full
harmony with the Kepublicau past, aud that
it will be true to the purpose and conviction of
the party. Iu order to ellminato state issues
from the approaching campaign it declares
that there is no tost of fealty to the national
Republican party other than adherence to its
platfort. The administration of I 'resident
Harrison Is cordially endorsed; "ho has kept
very pledge made by the party, and surrouud-
The Democratic Programme as Stated by
Gi:m RAi-ius, Mich., March IS. Gov
ernor Winaris yesterday outlined whal
coursa the Democrats would pursue upon
the iner law by which presidential elect
ors at e elected by districts instead of on
a general ticket.
He Las no doubt of the validity of the law,
but th s Republicans will curry it to the state
supreLiecourt. If it declares aeainst the law
the caie will be appealed to the Cited Stateo
supren e court for a final decision, and this ue-
sUinn will hardly be reached before election.
"Caich Km Both Com In" and Coin.'
In tie meantime continued Governor Wi
nans we will proceed on the assumption that
the law is valid. We will elect delegates by
districts as the law provides. The state can
fussing board will lie a Democratic body and
will recognize the new law as the only law Ui
proceed under. I'nlcwt the Republicans fall
into lin- and nominate and elect by districts
instead of upon a general ticket they will unc1
the state will be solid for the Democrat -c
ticket. The canvassing board will issue
cortinV-t tes of election to those electors chosen
accord! : ig to the provisions of the new la w. If
the Republicans persist in demanding that the
electors chosen under the old law be rccor
aized the question will tro before the Demo
cratic house of representatives to decide whic&
set of el ictors to accept.
GAVE HILL SOME WHISKY.
A Georgia Hotel Keeper Who Seems
Pretty Hard to Please.
Savannah, Ga., March IS. Senatoi
Hill anivedat Atlanta yesterday mora
ing early and held an informal reception
at his hotel, leaving that city an hou
later. At Jackson be shook hands wit.
a large c umber of citizens and at Maco,
there was a great throng which greeted
the distinguished visitor heartily. ?
made a brief speech, saying that he w
proud of the Democracy of Georgia.
What's the Matter with that Itonlf.tee?
AH the way from Macon toSivannah.whf re
aver the tmin made a brief stop, some of th'
people boarded it to shake the senator's hand.
At l:30o'cloc the i arty took dinner at Wad
ley. The proprietor of the railway hotel pre
sented a miniature bottle of whisky to th
senator, with the remark that he bud
been rending some of bis snec-bcii
and hi wanted him to "'put a li::lj
more Democracy into then." The senator
lauehincly accepted the souvenir, and alii a
beautiful -wnciuet of flowers which one of
Wadley's fair daughters ha 1 sent to hint.
(SenntorHid doe- not drink.) The w hole town
tut ned out and n.sked for a si-e h, but there
was no time.
Arrival and Speech at Savannah.
Tbe trail arrived here at 4:4." p. in. At rir.TC
the Kill ch:b serenaded the governor, and he
made a br ef speech. In the evening he at
tended tin Ililiemian society hu.nn.uet and
made an extended address. H- ki pt the ta' le
in a roar bj w;t!y remarks which be called
Hibernian leasons why he had been invited to
the banquet. He said that nn KniJish writer
had explained why lird lirouham had been
elevated to the woolsack as follows: ' Lord
Brougham was a man of splendid incapacity,
vast aud va: ious misinformation, aud immense
moral reoui-enients." Now. I can mnkenu af
fidavit that the Hibernian society ir savan
nah would have asked that man to a ilmt.cT
and treated him with magnificent hospitality.
Lanulitcr a id applause. Moreover, lie could
smoke; und 1 can't. He could get drunk, and
except with cold water or coJT.ir, I am just a
wretchedly incapable of that ice as ii it were,
I.ool.iitg to Next November.
('ontinuinfr be said: True Democrat y law
survived; the people's rule has survived. Next
November will wipe away its latest mterraie
tion. Chert. Our more perfect union, in
destructible in itself and no less indestructible
in its constituent parts, has survived. Ai-plause.-j
Our constitution has survived al
most seamless, quite unimpaired in fabric and
supreme in mthority. Our individual free
dom has survived, to which the wholu stib
ntance, form and authority or all this l'ranev.
wnrk are tue-cly miiiisiraut. U'roloiiged j.
The Senator' Movements.
Seuator Hill decided to go to Augusta today.
He has about decided not to make a sicech at
Norfolk, as he has dispatches saying that tbe
weather is bio'. 1 le may stop there for an hour
to shake band 4 itb his friends before taking
tbe boat for aahington. Tho senator receiv
ed an invitation from the Hill club of Nash
ville which be us obliged to decline.
THE GOSSIP AT YOKOHAMA.
Mr. Hetberiiigtou a Very Fascinating
SAX Fkaxi'ISco, March 18. The pas
sengers arriving on the Oceanic are still
gossiping about Lieutenant nethering
ton. One of the naval officers said: "The
general opi nit n is for Mrs. netheringtou
and Gower R ibinson. The lady, it seems,
was fascinatii.g, and not a brainless flirt,
as some others seem to think. She got her
self into hot water upon her arrival out
there by wealing a cii.let jacket on the
I Bund iu the afternoon. This jacket had
' brass navy Inn tons and a clievroniof eiu-
I' broidercd gold uu each sleeve.
Awakened Tender Memories.
"It is a guru. cut such as is much worn
, by girls who li -e near Annapolis and was
' calculated to a .vaken tender memories in
the breasts of iiaval officers. It did and
at the same tin e it aroused the ire of .Mrs.
J Admiral lMkirtp, who runs society iu the
; Grand hotel au 1 lives abourd the flagship
when she pleases. It was eventually an
nounced that, c idet jackets were too con
spicuous for yonug married women.
Only Hade Her Gayer.
"This served t.imply to urge Mrs. Ileth
eringtou to gayer robes. At all events,
she has the entire sympathy of the
Charleston's of iters, and many of them
wish they weisi in Yokohama now. It
was with the Charleston's jtinion officers
that she and (lower Robinson had all
their little dinm rs and parties."
i't Off Both of His r.egs.
Wokckstkk, Mass., March 18. Au ex
tractor iu Whitney & Mold's Indigo
works iuMillbu-y exploded Wednesday.
Willard Rice, an expressman, had both
legs cut off above the knee', and is not ex
pected to recover. Joseph Perry had his
rightSeg broken and was otherwise in-lured.
WOE FOR CiTY DAIS
Chicago's Aldermen Charged
with Gold Boodlery.
TWENTT-PIVE OF THEM IITVOLYED,
And the Sta e's Prison at Jo.iet Declared
Certain To lie the future Address ol
Several Evidence ICuough to om ict
Alleged To He Keady Prominent C it
izen Implicated as Itribers Startling
T.evelations Prtimised of Ollicial Cupid
ity and Rascality.
Chicago, March 17. Tf what this morn
in,';'s newspapers state is suscept ol
proof State's Attorney Longeuecker and
the Citizen's associat inn have begun nil
investigation which will he completed only
when a large nunilx-r of the city aldermen
are landed behind the bars of the Juliet
penitentiary. Yesterday the grand jury,
at the instance of the state's attorney and
on the strength of the evidence .submitted
to him, decided to at once liegin an inves
tigation of the nllSk'cd lx 'idling im-l hods
of the council. Subixi-na-s viil be issued
today for certain ulderniaii, among them
Aldermen Ktmi, Dahlman, Donnt.n,
Roth, Cremer, Ciillerton and O'l'.rien, and
they wiil appear before the official inquis
itors. Indictments and arrests will fol
low in quick succession.
Say the F.vidrnc-e Is Convincing.
Briefly told this is whit is published:
There is plento of evidence to convict some ot
the most prominent aldermen, and it has
been furnish by their colleagues. The pro
ceedings of tho council for the last year or two
have been engaging the close attention of sev
eral well known citizens. They have been
gathering evidence against the aldermen aud
have now turned it over to the slate's at tor
ney. This with the evidence of some mem
bers of the council, who hope to appease offend
ed justice and retain their liberty, makes a
strong and convincing indictment against the
"sandbaggers" of the council.
Will Be Promptly Indicted.
The evidence is ample to secure conviolii n
Some of those who have been regarded as tbe
bravest boodlers are now falling over each
other in their hurry to reach the state's attor
ney's office. There was consternation among
them yesterday when they learned that their
official acta were to become a sobject
of investigation by the grand jury.
Several were paralyzed with fright when they
found that they were being (.hadowed by de
tectives. There Is therefore no possibility of
their escaping justice by flight to Canada. In
a few hours indictments will be returned by
the grand Jury, and those aldermen who have
boldly and almost publicly sold franchises to
corporations will be in the clutches of the
WHAT WILL BE SWORN TO.
That It Gots Money to Secure several
Witnesses will be before the grand jury to.
day who will testify regarding tho sums of
money paid for various franchises granted in
tbe last yesr, the amount each alderman re-c-'-ived
for his vote, and when, where and by
whom the money was paid. Thu envelopes
which contained the cash will be exhibited,
and it will be show n that they wore banded tn
the tuHidicrs in certain saloons and meeting
places. It will also appear in evidence that the
toilet room ofthecounc.il cbamla r w as a favor
ite plare for the passing of money from the
boss lioodlers to the greedy conncilmen.
It is known that aldermen have "suuea'eii."
Public criticism has le. n loo strong tor thi c
weak ones, and they determined to save their
own l berty by turning Mute's evidence rath, r
than takenny more chances. Last night it was
impossible lo Bud ccrta n aldermen at their
homes, and it was whispered that they hud
already Cikcn flight.
The franchises Purchased.
Il ili be sbowti that the llacon compressed
air, the Northern Pacific and Kconumic gas
ordiuaiii es wel.t through by virtue of the pur
chase in hard cash of the votes of city fathos.
Who these were, the price of their votes :tud
tbe jieople who paid for them will he g:ve.u
and those bo paid tbe money and made th
pnichnso will lie held amenable to the law 34
fully as those ho sold their votes. , ....
le Holds a full Hand.
"I have till the t vidi nee 1 requiis-i," said
Stare's Attorney lmgencoker "to cony ict sev
eral aldeinien and 1 w ill place it before tha
grand Jury. lean assure you it ill not only
be ample to convict the boodlers, but it wi.l
cause a sensation iu this community." It is
said that twenty-five aldermen are implicated
and that the lirilicrs are among Chicago's must
Convention of l.abo Com in issio ners.
Chicacii, March is. Th national ex
ecutive hoard of the American Association
of State Labi r Commissioners met at the
Palmer house Wednesday. Commissioner
Undine, of Colorado, presided. Commis
sioners Peck, of New York; Peelle, of In
diana; Button, of Kansas, and Wright, of
Washington, were present. After the
transaction of routine business the com
mittee selected May 4 to 28 inclusive as
the date of the ninth annual convention,
which will be held at, Denver, Col. Re
ports from commissioners of various states
assured a large attendance at Denver.
Carpet Mill Consolidation.
PniL.UiEl.rill , Ph., March IS. Nego
tiations are pending for the consolidation
of two of the largest carjiet manufactories
of the city. The capitalization will be
over $1,000,000, the a 11 11 ual output run to
nearly $3,000,000 in value, and 1,000 Lands
given employment. Ivins, Dietz aud Ma
gee, and Hogg aud Metzger, the firms
whose amalgamation is iu prospect, with
11 single exception are the Philadelphia
lenders in the manufacture of body Brus
sels carpets and large producers of Wil
tons and ingrains.
karf Kxplains Some Mine Disasters.
SliKNWNMOAH. Pa., March IS. Mine In
spector Stein has applied to the county
court for the arrest of elcveu miners
charged with violating the law providing
that no more than ton miners shall ride
on a shaft, or slope cage at one time. The
miners refused to get off the cage and re
fused to say who got on last. The penalty
is a fine of tXH) or three months' imprison
ment or both. This is the first case of the
kind ever instituted in the region.
Winter Wheat In Kansas.
Kansas Citt, March IS. Reports from
thirty-one counties in Kansas along the
line of the Union Pacific road show tho
condition of winter wheat to be except inn
ally gootl and the probable acrea:fr un
usually large. The probable crop area ot
is H'1,.V!4 acres in excess of !;at of the
year previous. In only one county is the
condition of wheat reported poor.
The Census of New York.
ALBANY, March IS. With a very few ex
cept ious the returns from all the counties
in the state have been received from the
census enumerators, and although several
have la-en sent baxk for completion and
correction, a reliable computation has
been made. The census of the state as
compiled shows: Total population Ifcitt,
0,479,740; 1M. S,tK7,85a.
Max Strako-ch, the famous impress ario,
died at New York of paralysis.
Deacon will be tried for killing his wife's
paramour Abeille, at Cannes, on May 16.
The Xew York assembly has passed the
senate World's fair bill, appropriating
The liabilities of Guenzberg, the Rus
sian banker, are estimated at between 15,
KJ.OOO and yo,Ono,(KHI roubles.
An immense throng of people attended
the funeral of the late grand duke of
Hesse at Darmstadt, Germany.
Tennes.see Democratic conventions will
meet as follows, all at Nashville: To
select delegates to Chicago, May 2C; state
tick., Aug. 9.
Cleveland is "all tore up"' over the re
port t hat live immigrants suffering with
typhus fever are on their way to that city.
Tiie officials are on the qui vivo.
Secretary Poster has arrived nt home
from Kiis'Und in improved health. One of
his first callers at New York was O'Dono
van liustfa, who failed to see the secretary.
Franz Schnvider, convicted of murder
ing servant girls, was executed in Vienna.
Two poachers were hanged in Kngland for
killing a gamekeeper who caught them
St. Patrick's Day was duly celebrated
all over the Cnitml States. The Irish flag
flew from the Neyv York city hall and the
Chicago city officials had a holiday by the
grace of the city council.
A. R. Iea, a member of the Wisconsin
legislature, is openly charged by E. JS.
Gordon, of Chicago, with complicity in
the murder of H. C. Mead, a banker of
Waupaca, Wis., who was murdered dur
ing the night of Oct. ti, 18S-2. Lea has
sued Gordon for slander.
Will Only Build fight Mile.
Boston, March IS. Reports of an im
portant extension of the Chicago, Burling
ton and Quincy lines at the Black hills
have only this basis: That t he company
has let a centract for tbe building of eight
miles of road into the Rubie basin at the
Black hills. This is all the extension the
company contemplates at present at this
place. It is, however, laying the rails upon
some fifty miles of completed grading to
carry its northwestern extension west of
Gillette to the foot of the mountains.
Had Reason to Disappear.
Toledo, March IS. Albert E. Pope, the
most prominent insurance agent in the
city, has disappeared. Special examiners
of the companies which be represented are
examining his books. They have already
found a shortage of over (10,000, and it is
believed the total will reach twice that.
Pope was last seen here Saturday evening.
He took several hundred dollars with him.
For two months past he has drunk heavily.
His wife is momentarily expected to die.
Latest Sljle of Tress Room.
IlAKKisiiVno, March IS. The attorney
general has instituted proceedings against
the Philadelphia Inquirer company for
an alleged violation of the insurance laws
by offering foOo to each person killed witn
an Inquirer containing an insurance
coupon, or the coupon itself on his or her
person within twenty-four hours of date
of issue of the paper.
Conspired Against a Woman.
Boston", March is. Detective Samuel
1). Reed, of Haverhill, was held in $o00
bail yesterday for alleged conspiracy with
Charles H. Fiske to prove the latter's wife
guilty of adultery so he might secure a di
vorce. Fiske has disappeared, but it is
thought that he has gone to Maine, where
au elTort will lie made to locate Uim.
Slabbed His daughter in the Hip.
Babylon, L. I., March IS. Michael Mc
Gloyne, 7'2 years old, stabbed his daughter
Margaret, in the hip Wednesday, danger.
ously wounding her. It appears that
Thomas GriffiCi, a neighbor, was paying
attention to the girl, who is 19 years old,
and McGloyne objected to this. The girl
was heads! roll u and insisted upon having
the attentions of licr lover. Other mem
bers of the family took part in the quarrel
about the matter, which ended with the
stabbing with a carving knife, McGloyne
A Minnesota Town I'-urning.
Minneapolis, March IS. Clear Lake,
Wis., is burning. One of the largest
hotels, a hall and a dry goods store are in
flames. The fire is past controL
It's sometimes said patent
medicines are for the igno
rant. The doctors foster this
"The people," we're told,
"are mostly ignorant when it
comes to medical science."
Suppose they are ! What
a sick man needs is not knowl
edge, but a cure, and the medi
cine that aires is the medicine
for the sick.
Dr. Pierces Golden Med
ical Discovery cures the "do
believes" and the "don't be
lieves." There's no hesitance
about it, no "if" nor "possi
bly." It says "I can cure you,
only do as I direct."
Perhaps it fails occasionally.
The makers hear of it when it
does, because they never keep
the money when the medicine
fails to do good.
Suppose the doctors went
cn that principle. (We beg
the doctors' pardon. It
Choking, sneezing and every
other form of catarrh in the
head, is radically cured by
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Fifty cents. By druggists.
Children Cry for
Woodyatf s Music House
No. 1804 Second Avenue.
WOODYATT &. WOODYATT.
-s H 1
This firm have the exclusive sale for iliis coumv i f
-Piexrjos etrjd Oro-ars,
WiiUUK, oTU Y VlfiSAN J , UECKEI. BROS., WHEEL0C1
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO. 'S PIANOS
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
f"A fall 11ns also of small Musical saerchsndiie. We hve ix our employ Srft-cu. r.unTue
. . spring 81
IS ARRIVING DAILY.
In a few days
We will have a
Grand Spring Opening
WATCH for it.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Ave.
(f IIANHOOD RESTORED !:
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- 0 tbaceo, opium or sitTuuhtntt
raw.' tin and InMnity. Iut n tnv':ii.r '.
aiety mtu'; f Ir Ri. With vi: y r.
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sale in Rock island by H&rtz & Bahnsen. 3i Ave. ar.ci s--
R. Q. ITueson.
M -J- PARSER-
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly atter.ilu t
iQrsisned when desired. , 7 . , ,
Shop cor First ave ard f eventepnth st. R01 k i:'""
THE BEE HIVIT
Is showing the largest and
most complete line of
Cloaks and Millinery ever
shown in the tri-cities.
Ladies needing anything in
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Willow Crown Sailor Hat.
114 West Second Street, Davenport-