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CAM", nittinj? member-, ttrtli, both parties
seated, Imlf vote each delegate.
II. port nf die Minority.
The minority report objected to the lis
poaition of the Alabama ca-es, holding
that tkt I'laiue deleifates-at-large should
be iMtad. A history of the ca-ewas given
Si.'l the report was feigned by fifteen of let
foriy did mem tiers of the committee. As
loon as the reading was concluded Chair
man Cogswell, of the credentials commit
tee. Bored the adoption of the majority
DCBATE WAXES VERY WARM.
Wstsott Particularly Distinguished fur
The debate was begun by Chauncey I.
Filley. who seemed to have settled the
question who he was for. He opposed the
majority report. After he had concluded
the chairman announced that he would
recognize one for and one against the ma
jority report alternately, and under this
rule a number of speeches were made for
and aydnit. Knight of California was
much 'ii-treed because some of the dele
gates were ..nice-holder., and the Blaine
men applauded him.
Waleoti siir, i p tha Gallaiy.
W hen Senator WaJcoM took the floor he
wa- rcertred with cheers and brought 'i-i
the official feature in a way that caught
the t iilery by storm. He said: "I hold
in my hands a list of 180 office-holding
BepnMicaaa Nine-tenths of them live in
State- where there i ahopeless Democratic
majnrit- " The convention and the gsl-lene-
sre a yell.
Cootinoing in the discussion of federal
Interference in the Kentucky case Mr.
Woioott said: "The trouble in this coa
VWtiOB comes not alone from these men
bill from the two r.r ft,rp IV .' r.fflr-tt
holders who swnrm in the corridor of the!
hot-i an 1 haunt the delegates, when they
ought to be in 'Washington attending to
their boa1na." Another atcrm of ap
plause greeted this remark.
I'owell Clajrtoa'l Itetort.
Powell Clayton, of Arkansas, rose to re
ply to Senator Wolcott. "I respectfully
aubmir,"he said, "that when offl -. -h ilders
leave this ball the gentlem in fr m Col-
orn io most go with
JH dfsin to remind
Ike gentleman from
while I hold my
office I do not hold
it from the presi
dent of the Cnited
States, but from the
people of my state,
and I am ' re as 1
am rben in Wash
ington to repr sent
a epnblican con-
Mitnency." ( beers c. m. bdiv.
That, Clayton -aid, had been hurled
into their teth on many occasions. He
thought an unnecessary -!'.ir eras cast at
n who bad stood the fire of southern
Democracy. ( beers.
Depew Tells What He Doesa'l Know.
After Delegate Cannon, of Utah, had
ude nn eloquent plea for reversal of tht
fadgment in the Utah case D-pew arcse.
He said !. knew nothing of the msri ts of
the question. After listening to the
speeches he knew less than he did before.
Laughter. The Ommittee appointed by
the convention bad given conscientious
considerat ion tt the cas.'s and reported
on them. The gentleman from Missouri,
himself a constituted committee of one,
had spoken for the minority. The gentle
man frorn Colorado had spoken for a part
of it and had incidentally expressed the
terror in which he walked the streets of
Minneapolis for fear of officeholders. He
thought that as more than two-thirds of
the committee had recommended there
port it should be adopted.
DELEGATES ANXIOUS TO VOTE.
MeKlnley Explains How It Will lie
Taken Votes Withdrawn.
Cries of "Question" arose now, bnt
Warner Milit-r insisted on a hearing and
then Cogswell closed the debate, Miller,
of course, uguinst the majority report.
Cogswell concluded by demanding the
previous qu pstion, which was promptly
seconded. The chairman, at Quay's re
quest, explained that the previous ques
tion would apply to both majority and mi
nority reports. There was a confused lot
of oratory ami ejaculations, ami finally
the chair called for the vote and declared
the previous question carried. The ques
tion was divided and the first vote was ;n
the minority report, and the viva voce vote
was again so equal in volume that a roll
call was ordered.
Depew Huiaes an Important Point.
The chairmen of the delegations began
to poll them and the convention clerks to
nrenare the tally sheets, just here there
was a fact worth
The Harrison men
Insisted thut the
vote could not be
called a test, while
the Blaine men
took the opposite
view. The vote
was taken this
way: For the mi
nority (Blaine) re
port, aye. for the
son) report, no.
After ten minutes WAIlNKH MI1.LKR.
the roll-call began. When Alabama
cast her vote the contested dele
gates voting Depew challenged it, but
the chair said there should be no tech
nical ruling in such a case. The men given
seal s by the national committee had not
been unseated. iApplau.se. j
Chairman M. Kin ley Explains.
Aiter some debate the chairman of the
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Alabama delegation withdrew the four
votes of the deieates-at-large, and later
two other votes of delegates wh were in
terested in this particular vote. The chair
man announced that thedelegat?s-at large
would have votes as to the di trict dele
gates and the district delegates as to the
delegates-at-large, and In tha way the
vote would 1 announced. Daring the
whole roll call there was such - nppreased
excitement, broken occ.-issioaalh by cheers
as states cast their votes this way or that.
Incidents of the Koll-C.il.
During the roll call Cannon demanded
a poll of his state's vote and lost one vote
thereby, the alternate doing the voting.
Indiana's plump of 30 votes foi Harrison
was greeted with applause. A colored
anti-Harrison alternate wanted to vote
in the place of an absent delegate from
New Jersey, the absent man lei lgfor Har
rison, but he was ruled out atila Harri
son vote was saved. The votes of Ohio
and Pennsylvania were loudly cheered.
The Electric Lights . int.
When the roll call had been t early com
pleted, exactly at the hour of 19 .'clock, the
electric lights all but on; in the
circuit went out, leaving the vast
hall with 12,010 people almost in
total darkness. Delegate:? ard specta
tors began to strike matches, vhich shed
a will-o'-the-wisp radiance in f fty differ
ent places. The obvious danger of this
course, considering the highly inflam
mable character of the building, con
structed as it is of resinous pine, became
apparent and raised a general ear of tire.
Shouts of "put out those matt hes were
"We Won't Go Home Till M rnln-r."
In the intermission facetious delegates
with capacity of imitating t ie cries of
twls, in the dead silence which had fallen
on the audiance commenced to loot in the
most dismal manner which increased the
effect of the darkness and added to the
general uneasiness. The band to relieve
the tension struck up 'We won't go home
till morning" which raised a laugh and
calls where made for speeche to divert
attention; attempts to contin le the call
were unsuccessful and Fassett moved to
adjourn. Ruled out on a point of order
not in order during roll call.
Warner Miller Grows Dra-natlo.
Miller asked unanimous c .n-ent that
"this assemblage quietly dispeise." There
were cries o.' "No." Miller aain asked
consent, saying that it was an outrage to
keep the audience here. Thert were other
cries of "So."
"Then I leave this hall," fairl Miller,
dramatically. Hut Mr. Miller could not
have got out of the hall before the electr:c
lights spit ridonsly once or twice and
then flooded the hall with light
HARRISON GAINS A POINT.
Minority Report I tented ar d Majority
The vote was finally con pleted and
whiie it was being footed Quay, CogRS
well ami others stood anxio .sly in fr. :it
of the clerk'- desk. When the vote was
announced there was a dead silence as ti:e
chairman said: "The ayes are 136." but
when he said "and the nay- are 469 i."
the announcement of the half did not
reach the convention's cars, tor it burst
Into C beets, renewed again and airain
while delegates stood np waving their hats.
Delegate O'Brien cried 'Three cheers for
Harrison" and the Harrison men cheered
The Vote in Detail.
Following is the vote in d-tail on the
motion to substitute the min irity for the
majority report of the committee on creden
tials: Alabama, ayes lb. noes .1, Arkansas,
ayes 1, noes 15; California, a; es 10, noes S:
Colorado, ayes B, noes 0; Connecticut, 'ayes
5, noes 8 Delaware, ayes 'i, noes 4; Y ,r
ida, ayes 0, noes b; Georgia, ives . noes
25; Idaho. ayes 8, noes 0; Ulin is,
ayes SO, noes 28: Indiana, ayes 0,
noes SO; Iowa, ayes 6, noe- 20; Kansas,
ayes 10, noes 10; Ke:tuky, a; es 0. noes 20;
Louisiana, ayes 11, noes 2: Maine, ayes 12,
noes 0; Maryland, ayes 0. noes 16; Massa
chusetts, ayes 14. noes If,; Mi ;higan, ayes
20, noes 8 Minnesota, ayes 11, noes 7; Mis
sissippi, ayes 6, noes 10; Missouri, ayes
14, noes 1!); Montana, ayes 5, noes 15; Ne
braska, ayes 8, noes 10; Ne ada, ayes 6,
noes 0; New Hampshire, ay?s 2, noes 6;
New Jersey, ayes 2, noes ( ; New York,
ayes 45, noes 27; North Carol, na, ayes 8,
noes 15.': N orth Dakota, i yes 4, noes 2;
Ohio, ayes 27, noes 19; Oregon, ayes o,
noes 2; Pennsylvania, aye? 54, noes 9;
Rhode Island, aj-es noes 5
South Carolina, ayes 0, noes 12; South Da
kota, ayes 5, noes 3; Tennet-see, ayes 12,
noes 10; Texas, ayes 9. noes 20; Vermont,
ayes 5. noes 3: Virginia, aye- 15, noes 9;
Washington, ayes 8, noes 0;.'est Virginia,
ayes 12, noes 10; Wisconsin, ayes 8, noes
15: Wyoming, ayes 2, noes 4; Arizona, ayes
1, noes 5: District of Columbia, ayes 2.
noes 0; New Mexico, ayes o, noes b; Okla
homa, ayes 0, noes 2; Utah, lyes 1, noes L
Trleil Hard to Adjourn.
The chairman asked if t hen- was any
further business, the reply was a motion
for a recess to 11am. to-day. It was de
feated, and then for some ti ne the Blaine
men tried to adjourn the tension and the
Harrison men successfullj opposed the
move. Then Depew asked for a vote on
the majority report. Tellet tried to stave
it off, but it was no use, th question was
put and on viva voco can- ed. Roll call
was immediately demanded and ordered.
Majority Report Adopted.
The roll call proceeded n pidly and re
sulted in the adoption of tht majority re
port by 476 ayes to 365 noe-i. Before the
vote was announced the i onvention, on
motion of Shepard of New fork, passed a
resolution authorizing th s secretary to
receive contributions for Titusvilie suffer
ers. Foraker, chairman of the committee
on resolutions, was then given unanimous
consent to read the platfo m, which was
received with great en' husiasm and
adopted. The convention it 1:27, on mo
tion of Depew, adjourned u itil 11 o'clock
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN PLATFORM.
Teat of the Document as Adopted Do
lilt of the Committee.
Following is the text of t ie national Re
The representatives of the Republicans of
the r toted States, assembled in general con
vention on the shores of the J issiasippi river.
the everlasting bond of sn indestructib!- re
public whose most glorious chapter of history
is the record of the Republican party, congrat
ulate their countrymen on the majestic man h
of the nation under the banners inseri!-,! with
the principles of onr platform of 1SS8, vindi
cated by victory at the polls and prosperity in
our fields, workshops and mines, and make the
following declaration of prinriples:
We n ifflrm the doctrine of protection. We
call attention to its growth abroad. Wo main
tain that the prosperous condition of our coun
try is largely due to the wise revenue legisla
tion of the Republican congress. We believe
that all articles whieh cannot be produced in
the I'nited States, except luxuries, should be
admitted free of duty, and that on all imports
coming into competion with the prod nets of
American labor there should be duties levied
eiual to the difference between wages abroad
aad at home. We assert that the prices of
manufactured articles of general consumption
have lieen reduced undei the operations of the
tariff act of 18S We denounce the efforts of
the Democrat!, majority of the house to de
stroy our tarift laws by piecemeal, as mani
fested by their attacks on wool h ad. and lead
ore. and we ask the eople for their judgment
We ioint to the sucra of the Republican
policy ut recipr.x-ity under which exixrt trad,
has vastly Increased and new aud enlarged
raark- ts have been opened for the products of
our farms and workshops We remind the peo
pie of the bitter opposition of the Democratic
party to this practical Imsine-s measure and
claim that, esneuted by a Republican ndminis
Irntlun, onr pniwit laws will eventually give
us control of th- trade of the world.
Th American people, from tradition and In
terest favor bimetallism, and the Republican
party d.-mand- the use of both gold and silver
as standard mney. with such restrictions and
under such pioiilsliws to be determined by
romparisor. of the values of the two metals, so
that the purchasing and debt-paying power of
the dollar, whether of silver, goU oi paper,
thall 1)-at all time- cqnal The inter- ;
the producers of the country, its farmers and
its workingm 'n. demands that every dollar,
paper or metal, issued by the governmeLt shall
Leas goxl as any ether. We comm-nd th
nhw and patriotic Steps already taker, by our
government to secure an international onfer
ence to adopt such measures as will insure i
parity of raise between gold and rihrer for use
as money throughout the world
We demand that every citizen of the Cnited
State- shall b. allowed to cast one free and un
restricted ballot in all public elections, and
that such ballot shall ba counted and returned
as cast; that ru, h laws shall I enacted and en
forced as will secure to every citizen, be he
rich or poor, native or foreign born, white or
Mack, this sovereign right, guaranteed by the
constitution, the treeund Uoue-tt popular bal
lot: the just and equalreprese rtation of all ths
people as well a the just and equal protection
under the laws is the foundation of our rs
pubbOna institutions, and the party will never
rels its efforts until the integrity of the ballot
and the purity of elections shall !o fully guar
anteei and protected i.i every scate.
We denounce the con tin oad hthum in outrages
perp-trate-l on American ctHsens for political
reasons in certain Southern otates of the
We favor the extension of our foreign com
merce; the restoration of our mercantile
marine by horn built ships, and the construc
tion of a navy for the protection of our national
interest and the honor of our Bag the train
t nance of the most friendly relations with all
foreign powers: entanghngalBsai see with none,
and the protection of the rights tiff Trnr flshfT
men We reaf.irm our approval of the Monnx
doctrine and believe in the achievement of the
manifest destiny of the republic in its broadest
sense We favor the enactment of more
stringent laws and regulations for the restric
tion of crinr.nah pauper and contract immi
gration. We favor efficient lcsri-lation by conzress to
protect the life and limits of employes of the
rifliond OOSSpsnies engaged in carrying inter
state commerce, and rscosunead legislation by
the respective states that will protect employes
engaged in inter state commerce, in mining,
end in msaafactarinc.
The Republican party has always oeeuWhe
champion of the oppress-1 and recoirnizes th9
dignity of manhood. Irrespective of faith, color
or national, ty. It sympathizes with the cause
of hoint; rule in Ireland, and protests against
the persecution of the Jews in Russia: the ulti
mate reliance of fns?, popular govennnent is
tie- Intelligence of the (.s-ple and the mainten
ance of freehoi amontr men.
We dei lare anew our devotion to liberty of
thought and conscience of B'teer h. of pn s, and
approve all ssrnrtm and Instrumentalities
which contribute to the education of the chil
dren of the land: but while m-i-thi, upon the
fullest measure of religions liberty wo a-e op
posed to any union of church and state. We re
affirm our opposition, dedsred in tiseBepab
Hear, platform of ss, to all combinations of
capita', organised to control arbitrarily the
condition of trade among our citizens. We
heart ily endorse the act ion taken on this issue,
and ash for such further legislation a- may be
required to remeds- any defects in existing
laws, and to reader their enforcement m :re
complete and effective. We approve the pol
icy at extending to towns and rural' minimi
ties the advantages of the free delivery service
now enjoyed by the large cities of the country,
and reaffirm the oe laratinn contained in the
Republican platform of ls.ss pledging the re
duction of letter jsistage to one eent at tha
earliest possible moment.
We Commend the spirit and evidence of re
form in the civil service and the wise and con
sistent enforcement by the Republican party
of the lavs relating to the same.
The construction of the Nicaragua canal is
of the highest importance to the American
people, both as a measure of national defense
and to build up and maintain American com
merce, und it should be controlled by the
United States government.
We favor the admission of the remaining ter
ritories at the earliest ossible moment, having
due regard to the interests of the icople of the
territories and of the I'nited States. All the
federal officeholders appointed in the terri
tories should be selected from the residents
thereof, anil the right of self government
should Ik- accorded as far as possible.
We favor the cession, subject to the homo
stead laws, of the arid public lauds to the states
and territories in which they lie. under such
congressional restrictions as to disposition, re
clamation and Occupancy by settlers as will
secure the maximum leneflts to the pe ,ple.
The World's Columbian Exposition is a great
national undertaking and congress should
promptly enact such reasonable legislation in
aid thereof as will ensure a discharge of the ex
penses and obligations incident thereto, and
the attainment of results commensurate with
the dignity and progress ,,f the nation.
We sympathize with all wise and legitimate
efforts to lessen and prevent the evils of intem
perance and promote morality.
Ever mindful of the services and sacrifices of
the men who saved the life of tho nation, we
pledge anew to the veteran soldiers of the re
public a watchful care and recognition of their
just claims upon a grateful people.
We commend the able, patriotic and thor
oughly American administration of President
Harrison. Under it the country has enjoyed
remarkable prosperity, and the dignity and
honor of the nation, at home and abroad, have
been faithfully maintained, and we offer the
record of pledges kept as a guarantee of faith
ful performance in the future.
The Bate Ball Record.
Chicago. June 10, -Following are the
scores in yesterday's League base ball
playing: At Philadelphia Cleveland B,
Philadelphia 4; (second game) Cleveland
6, Philadelphia 3; at New York Cincin
nati 5, New York it, at Baltimore St.
Louis 6, Baltimore 5; at Washington
Louisville 3, Washington 6.
Western, At Omaha Columbus 7,
Omaha 12; at Minneapolis Indianapolis 1,
Minneapolis 8; at Milwaukee Fort Wayne
6, Milwaukee l;at Kansas City Toledo 11,
Kansas City 7 Illinois-Iowa: At Joliet
Aurora 0, Joliet 2; at Jacksonville Evans
viile 11, Jacksonville 3; at Rockford Rock
Island-Moline 0. Rockford 4; at Quiucy
Terre Haute 3, Quiucy L
Colonel L. L Polk, who was reported to
be dying, is better aud it is hoped that he
Proceedings in Congress.
Washington, June 10. The absence of
so many Republican senators at Minne
apolis and the political excitement in the
air had the effect of causing the senate to
adjourn yesterday until Monday next
after a session lasting nearly au hour and
a quarter. Jones of Arkansas and Mor
gan delivered remarks on the subject of
free coinage, and the pension deficiency
bill was passed. No other business was
transacted. The senate adjourned to Mon
day. The day in the house was given to the
committee of the judiciary who occupied
over five hours in discussing measures on
the calender. The discus'-ion was dry and
technical: very little interest was mani
fested in the proceedings. One of the bills
passed provides that a poor person who
may sue in the United States courts shall
not be required to give security for costs,
and permits the court to assign coun
sel in such cases. Half a dozen or more
other bills were passei, none of particular
interest, however, and the house ad
journed. National Bank Authorised.
Washington, June 9. The comptroller
of the currency yesterday authorized the
following national banks to begiu busi
ness: New Duluth National Hank, Minne
sota, capital, 150.000; Home National
Bank, of Rovers Ford, Pa., capital, $50,000,
A Billiard Table That Coat S3.O00.
The billiard table which was specially
designed for the Manchester Royal Jubilee
exhibition of lss; by Messrs. Ori",e & Sons.
Manchester, cost 1,600. It was purchased
by H. A. Bass Esq., M. P.. for Lis man
sion, near Burton on Trent. LoDdoo Tit
Bits. Japanese auctions are silent. Kach bid
der writes his name ami bid upon a slip of
paper, which he places in a box. The box
is opened by the auctioneer and the goods
declared t he property of t he highest bidder.
If our eyes were microscopes what a
world of wonders, and even of terrors, the
atmosphere would appear to be! Kven air
that is apparently pure contains a great
number of microscopic floating particles.
The sun gives 600,000 times as much
light as the moon: 7,000, OUO.oOO as much as
the brightest star, and :;,jo.ijo0 ua much
as all the stars combined give to the earth.
One of the highest bridges in the world
Is now under constructiou over the canyon
of the Pecos river. It is 2,1!0 feet long and
32b feet above the level of the river.
To the Directors of the Columbian Ex
position of Rock Island and Moiine:
Gentlemen: We, the carpenters ftDd
j liners of Rock It-land and Moiine, being
in fession. do hereby request you to con
sider the grave and important question or
questions, thai in m&ticg your contracts
for buildings, or doing work in or around
the grounds, said wotk to be eo done that
nine hours ehsll constitute a day's work
Helena. Mont- and Return.
From June 8 to June 12 the C. R 1 4
P. Ry- will sell tickets to Helena and
return at rate of one lowest first c'.aes
fare for round trip.
F. H. Pl.t mmek. Ticket Agent.
Gentlemen would not use "Blush of
Roses' if it was paint or powder, of
course cot. It is clear as water, no sedi
ment to fill the pores of the skin. Its
mi-sion is to heal, cleanse aud purify the
oompUxion of every imperfection, and
ins ores every lady and gentleman a c'.ear
smooth complexion. Sold by T. H.
Cool underwear M. fc K
The merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is not
acc'dtnial but is the result of careful
stu v and fxperiraent by educated phar
macists. Straw hats M. & K.
Women are not slow to
comprehend. They're quick.
They're alive, and yet it was
a man who discovered the one
remedy for their peculiar ail
ments. The man was Dr. Pierce.
The discovery was his " Fa
vorite Prescription" the boon
to delicate women.
Why go round " ;ith one
foot in the grave," suffering in
silence misunderstood when
theie's a remedy at hand that
isn't an experiment, but which
is sold under the guarantee
that if you are disappointed
in any way in it, you can get
your money back by applying
to its makers.
We can hardly imagine a
woman's not trying it. Pos
sibly it may be true of one
or two but we doubt it.
Women are ripe for it.
They must have it. Think
of a prescription and nine out
of ten waiting for it. Carry
the news to them !
The seat of sick headache
is not in the brain. Regu
late the stomach and you
cure it. Dr. Pierce's Pellets
are the Little Regulators.
Estate of Pinion E. Pox Deceased.
The nodereiimed having been appointed admin
istrator wnn ine win anLezea tne ectstc or Mmon
E. Fox late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that hi
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island cotintv, at the office of the clerk of sal.
court. In the city of Rock Island, at the August
una, on tne a ret jnonaay in atigast next,
at which time all persons having claims sgs.n.j
Said estate are notified and requested to attend
lor the purpose of having the fame adjusted. A!
persons indebted to said estate are requested If
miie immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this th day of June, A D. 1891.
BDWARD t. FOX. Administrator,
With the will annexed.
No. 1804 Second avenue
This firm have the exclusive
iPietrjos eiicl Orna
WEBER, STUYYESANT, DECKER BR08., WH
ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIANOS.
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and P.
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
fA fn !onl small Mnfical merchardife.
$4,00 per Month for Ten years
or $6.00 per Month for Six year)
Pays Principal and Interest and seeures u
a Deed with Abstract of Title.
ON EACH PLAN. LOCATION 38th ST.
PRICES WILL BE ADVANCED.
Come early and secure choice locations and lowest prices
BUFORD & GUYER'S Addition.
Apply to J. M. Buford or E. H. Guyer.
II HRSCtfBERSf r PROTECT YOUR EYES !
' A.-non changeable MT-, mRsrmiFnr.
The Finest SAMPLE ROOM in the Three cities.
Always on hand a plete lice of Imported and Domestic Ci
gars and Liquors. Milwaukee Beer always on draft.
Two door? west of his old place.
A fine nnch from 9 to li t very morning. Sandwiches of all kinds alway- oz has
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C CONKOR. Proprietors. WM. H. CATTCN-
Are You Incredulous?
You say you take very
Little stock in
DON'T BLAME YOU.
We are that way
Their's lots of chaff in
Occasionally you find
GOLDEN GRAINS OF
WHEAT. As good as
Gold and better than
Wheat are the
sale for this counl
Wt have ic onr emnlcya r- c . -
MR II HIRSCHBERi-
Th vii-!-n. wn optician "J 0
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at pointed T B. Thorns as agen ' :V
cci hr& f Dfauncnd SpSCtacltrS li r.m -Elates.
:inl also for tis Dian. -: : !?JO
Ctisngwfcbis SrectaclTS aud E use
1 ho srsssss are the jrr,-i, st rntl -ever
mads in spectacles, tiv
ccnstmctiSB of tks Let. i per?
chatit-p s pair of these Si zea
Glsssss nevtT has to change . ia-s,
from the eyes, and every a r ; I sd
1 enstssteed, o that if they - - .
tht-oyer (no matter hou r serai Lied the
Lesser sre) they will fan st ;. .ry
r-th a r.ew pair of cla--..--' ei
T. H. THOMAS ha.- .
and invites all to e"-: ref
of the treat supe-rlori;: f v - - use
over any and all others n a I to call
and examine the same 9 LtOnaa,l
drajgis. and optician. R tit
No Peddlers Supplied.
BARGAINS we offer this
Week in CLOAKS,
Weather has been most
Unfavorable as you
Doubtless know, and we
Have too large a stock
Which must be reduced.
Hence the VERY LOW
PRICES FOR THIS
Second Street, Davenport.