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I'llK AUGUS.SATUKDAT, NOVQIUEH iiO, IHVJ.
"I regard the Royal
best manufactured and in
Satckdat, Xutkmuer 1692.
foil A FIXED RATIO
The American Proposals at the
UKIVIE3AL rsri CILTEIl COIIIAGr.
The Nation to AKr.-e On u Ratio for the
Two Metals ami tlie Coins To Re Vu'.l
IBr.l Tender Little Apparent liance
for tlie I'lan To lie Ail. inted What a
l'rri::i Jimmcier 'i liiuhs Germany
rutting the laUc On i:mi;;ra:ion
Tlielps l anx fa.
EnrssKLS NV'V. 25 The international
monetary conference resumed its sit tin--
yesterday morning, ...nror William It
Allison and Sena
tor John P. Jones
set forth the Amer
basing: them on a
general view of the
in the United States
on.ei in tne coun
tries represented ia
the confe-reneo. Al
fred d int Wi.tt.i frfi'-VtV
will ,un.;. VKt&JttitiS
ureat Britain. Fol- ' S r
lowing are t'ie cro- w. ii. Isox.
posals laid before the conference by the
1 fleet of t,;lvrr r.pPeclatlon.
''It is generally admitted that the very
large depreciation of silver, as compared
with gold, in the last twenty years, and
the frequent and violent fluctuations of
silver incidental thereto, hare Leen in
jurious to the commercial and other eco
nomic interests of all civilized Countries,
and have caused and are causing serious
evils and inconvenience to trade, the full
extent of wnich cannot yet be measured,
tt is the ophron of the people of the United
States, wi;.h singular unanimity, that the
re-establishment of some fixity of vales
between told and silver, and the f till use of
silver as a coin metal upon a ratio to pld
to be fixed by agreement lietween the gre-'t
commercial nations of the world, would
erypreally promote the X'rospority of a.11
classes of tiie people.
Rellei the Time Propitious.
"They are not una ware, however, of the f ict
that public o-iinion in some other countries,
whose co-operation in a successful imm
inent for sueh an agreement is most ih-.-ii-able,
may not fully accord with the view s
entertained in the United States as to e
practicability of such an agreement. The y
believe, however, that the sentiment ..r
the larger us- of silver as a money met 1
has bet n s!e.iiiily growing throughout the
World, and ihi-.t the present time is p.j
pitious for holding an international confer
ence to consider tlie subject.
A 1 evolution Proponed.
"The government of the United States,
while frankly disclosing its own views as
to the remeil. to be applied, has not wished
to impose a:.y conditions tiiat would e.n
barass any government that might be
willing to confer upon the most nd
rautageous relation of silver to the coinage
of the would. For these reasons the gov
ernment of the United States proposed a
convention of the powers for the purpose
of conferring upon what measures, if any,
can be taken to increase the use of silver
as money. In conformity with the purpose
of this conference the delegates of the
United Siates off'.r tho following resolu
tion. Kesolved Tiiat, in the opinion of this con
ference, it is desirable t'.at soma measures
should lie found for inoreasii g the use of silver
in the curren' y system of the nations.
home Oilier 1'lami Sugentcd.
"In presenting, ci requested, a further
programme to be laid lx.fore the confer
ence, the delegates of the United States
consider it due to other nations represented
that opportunity be afforded to them to
consider plans for the enlarged use of silver
as money ottvr than the one favored by
the United States. It is our desire and ex
pectation that the powers here represeiiU-d,
or their delegates, will submit proposals
to this end, and we desire these to have
precedence i:i tho discussions, lu addition
to any plans of the kind which may he pre
sented we submit for discussion the follow
ing, which Lave been suggested by recog
nized authorities; at the same time we sub
mit the gene al plan of bi-metaliism which
is favored by the United States: Firstly,
the plan of ilr Aioritz Levy proposed to
the inoiietiu-.. conference of 181. Secouu.y,
the plan of t!ie lute Adolpli Soetbeer (Ze
Vienna 'ue Freie Pre se, fciept. 30,
lumburicisehe iljrseuh i!h An. 23z lt2;
V K fir WJr WfwlSJ&. Klz 3
Baking Powder as the
' Common Sense in the HouseJiold."
fioueor Jiai'i Aiiananau, on. io( ig-j-f.
THE UNITED STATES FLAN.
Tree Coinag or Koth JTetals at a fix -,1
'lastly, we presmt tiie plan proposed by
ourselves as delegates of the United SUtts:
The re-estabiishtuent and mainU-nance of a
lixed parity between goid and silver, at d
the continued use of both as coined mom y
of full debt paying power would be produc
tive of important benefit to the worhL
These ends will be accomplished by the rs
moval of the legal restrictions now existing
and thecoii.aie of silver into full k-ga
tender money, restoring by internationi 1
agreement the parity i,l value between the
metals, w hii h existed prior to ls;i at sue i
a ratio r.s U:j conferem.-e may deci le ujjor..
The cssi iitials of such an international ai
rangemeut should bj; ' he unrestricted
coinage of b.th gold and ilvt r into monev
of full debt -paying power: lixii.e- -i m:;, ;,,
the coinage between the metals, and lh--cstablishmer
t of a uniform charge, if a-y
lOVtie l'"-'e 'or mmung gold aud silver
Oi:r I; : atc(.' Instractiniis.
A cable from Washington says that the
reported attit ude of England's representa
tives in this conference that of active
efforts to defoa-t the mvompiiihmeats of
ftny agreement has been received with
gome surpris- in oliicial c iir-iys. Prfviotis
oispntcheS hud caused the iinpression thai
the British commissioners would aid in
Lringiug about some practical result by the
conjereuco. The instructions giveu the
American rtpriser-iatives were brief u;;d
general and their action was left to
determined by their ovn judgment. Ail
that was required was that it should tend
to accomplish, th purpOSC- Cf ftV.ahlishiiig
stahio reiatio.is betwecu gold aid silver in
ternational bi-mi-ullism with free coinage
of full le-g.'d tender money of bota mttals.
Will Trohably Re Lj -tted.
The plan proposed by the United States
conimisJoiie:-s v.r.i.t.t be discussed and
pronounced iipou tti.tii many other plans
shall have ljeen ili',;,osed of. The general
attitude of the conference, however, Rates
little doubt that the American plan will he
rejected. Tho dermal, and Austrian dele
gates are t-tronly .trains', any measure
Wiich would necessi. .-.tj ar.y change tf
moment ia existing legislation on the
money question. Sir O. Itivers Wilsou,
j one of Great Britain's del -gati-s, started
for Iymdon last, night, presim:hly to g;-t
. additional instructions fre.:a his govern
j lla-t No l'uittt in Iouble Stanitnrd.
! Pauls, Nov. 2fi. M. Taul Lcroy Beau
lieu, editor of The Economise Francaisand
professor of political economy at the Col
lege of France, speaking of the monetary
. conference, says: "I do not think that any
I thing will riult from the conference ex
cept to make plainer to everybody that rich
and pro-perous nations ought to cling to
the goid standard, and that tlie establish
ment of a lixc l relationship between goid
and kilver is impossible."
i YOUNG MEN IN DEMAND.
Germany Proposes to Keep Her R-st Ma
terial at Home.
BEKLIX, Nov. 'Si. The German emigra
tion bill, introduced as a supplement to the
army bill, compels all emigration ag.-.nts to
take out licenses, and to submit their books
to the government for inspection. The bill
prohibits the emigration of men between
the ages of 17 and 25 who are liable to mili
tary service. It also prohibits the emigra
tion of Germans whose fares are paid by a
foreign company or agent. The authorities
expect that there will be a largely increased
emigration of the young ami robust to
escape from military dui, aud it is pro
posed to stop this if possible. The kaiser
has long been known to be opposed to un
restricted emigration, and it is said that he
is highly pleased with the restrictions im
posed by President Harrison, as tending to
prevent a loss to Germany of valuable
Especially Intended for North Germans.
The bill is to W pushed on to it s passage,
and will be vigorously enforced, v th.-.t
those who e.-ct to escape the ranks by
going to America or to the colonies will
probably be disappointed. It is calculated
i that thirty p;:r cent, ot the German emigrar
tion is of men who would be useful in the
time of war, while a large proportion of t tie
: remainder is composed of comparatively
young women in a good state of health.
; What Liia made the Prussian authorities
more uneasy lately is the large increase of
j North German emigration. The North
i Germans, fi in the Prussian point of view,
! are more desirable as soldiers than the na
tives of other parts of Germany, and it is
the desire to retain all who are able-bodied
within the country.
Tlie Hind That Can Emigrate.
There is no objection to the emigra
tion of Poles, or the crippled, or of crimi
nals, and as the police w ill, under the pro
posed law, Lave full jurisdiction as to who
may or may not emigrate, it is nut expect
ed that they will stand in the way of those
w hose emigration is desirable from a Ger
man point of view. The proposed law will
not affect the emigration of liusaiun Jews,
as liiuy aits l'm Uci'iii.tna, uui aeiuiuy puisr
ing through German port-!. Unless in
times of epidemic the pit-tsage of huw'-u
Jews through German terr;ory will ej
p -rruitte 1 i uder such restrictions &s cir
cumstances i.mv rcouire.
MINISTER PHLPS' MISTAKE.
! I-ultitty for 1:.i.itihi ( k in the Kuiitire
Tlo-.t liv rrc..Ul.
Bim.IN, Xov. . At the Thanksgiving
! diuncr in the K;us rimf Thur-i;.y etvttir.g
William Walter Puelys, United States am
bassador, made some renvtrks concerning
Prince lhsimirrk which hive excited gen
cral astonis' nn-nt and considerable disap
proval. Mr. Phelps went out of the course
of his address to say that United States
citizens at the table remembere d with ernt.-
itude the fri-ndly attitude maintained by
the ex-chautel lor toward their native land
find the inary pleasant t'rieielshins which
he had suslamcd w is.li their compatriots.
Tin;- Think It In Itu.l lasee.
The magnitude, unity ami jdorv of the
Germ;-n empire, Mr. Phelps continued,
were I5iinn-:k's work. . His oninions w rn
respected today by the whole world as fully
as they were when he was in ofliee. Ju r
..-1. A 1 ,1. . 1 i ll.
m:jir. intiis aiiuuiet nave mwlu these
remarks Ls h mystery. I lis relations to the
emperor were considered to be e.-, :.i i
ally con! if J That he should haw selected
an occasion when his oilieial biiIcih..
peciaiiy conspicuous, too, to praise the
most Mil-Hi antagonist or the government
to w hich he is accredited, is generally r
cariUHl to no- nef-n t li-i.it .
- - .... l.iUi.Ut,Ul
A Pointer In Tax CoIlectiiiK.
E.Uil.lV. Nov. 20. The municipal author
ities oi i .dkeustein, in Voigtiand, findi ig
adUiiciilty in collecting the tax.is, resorted
to the novel measure of posting in everv
tavern in the town a list of the name; of
the citizens who were in default for taxes,
and notifying the proprietors of the taverns
that the serving of ref-eshmeuts to any of
the dclinqw nts would result in a fine of
iou marks or one weeks' imprisonment for
PLEA FOR THE FAIR
Appeal to Congress for Open
Gates On Sunday.
rs given res tes hequest.
t'roiiiiueiit t nurclmicn Who Arc in I'avor
of thr l'r)os:iin A Test of Publio
Opinion Shona a Rij Majority Against
Hie "Sabbatarian Contention Hurrying
I'l' l!;e Sonrnilr Coins Georgians Visit
the 1'uIt Site Views of a Frenchman.
Ci:ie.-:o. ov. 3. President Higin
bo!h of :-m World's fair, has addressed
a tai-ong and comprehensive letter to each
Of the c-jngressmen and senators at Wah-
li.gto:: outlining the position of the direc
tory on the question of Sunday opening
ar.d gi ins an idea of what is meant by a
Bund-'v fair. y,r. Iliginbotham quote in
fuli t-.c iusulutioDs adopted by the local
directory ia favor of an open fair under
certain restrict :ons. Ho offers evidence to
fu3w thuf a majority of the people of the
Vnited States are opposed to closing the
exposition gates on Sunday and cites the :
result of experiments nirtdo by Bishop
FprdJir.g, of Peoria; Bishop Potter, of New
York; B.ev. KoU-rt Coilyer, of New York;
Rev. Minot J. Savage, of Boston; I'ost
niastcr James A. Sexton aiid JIayor Wash
burn, 0f Chicaga.
Rig Iajnri:y for an Gpt-n Snnd:iy.
rc-stal card tickeU Were mailed to 8,000
individutds outside of Chicago living in
cities of mcro than 4,0110 and less than 1,
000 population, where the Sabbatarian ele
ment would naturally be strongest, asking
for their views on Sunday closing. The
names were selected at random from Dun's
commercial reference book. The replies
indicate that more than three out of every
four persons addressed oppose Sunuay
closing. Mr. Higinbotham further says
that closing the gates Sunday would pre
vent the holding cf religious services, con
due'ted by tho most eminent clergymen,
at the exposition grounds, as bad bee?n ar
ranged for by the directory. He closes i ;
an appeal to the senators and representa
tives to re-peal the Sunday closing clauss of
the World's fair bill.
THOSE SOUVENIR COINS.
They Will Soon Rc R. uily for Sato at One
Director Lyman J. Gage started for
Washington today to set the necessary
official machinery in motion to hcci re
souvenir coins as rapidly as they are turned
from the mint at Philadelphia. He expects
to convince Secretary of the Treasury Fos
ter that the directors have complied wi"h
every feature of the law, ar:d lelieves that
by Dec. 10, or a week later at the farthest,
the coins will be on the market. The law
appropriate : 5,o00,MH Laif dollars in r.id
of the fair prov ided that rone of the coins
should be vaiiuble until the directors
could prove that they had expended 10,
UK',('0, am that they had positively
enough money in sight to complete the
buildings and open the gates to the public
on May 1.
Will Re K:y to Remonstrate.
Mr. Gage will have no trouble in satisfy
ing Secretary Foster that the first condi
tion has lieen complied with. The expen
ditures of the exposition to Oct. SO were
fll,tit!,313.18, aud since that time nearly
f 1,000,000 more has been paid out by Treas
urer Seeberger. The recent sale of $4,00 -000
in exjiosition bonds, with the amo'int
in prospect f.-om the proceeds of souvenir
coins, will give the board enough funds to
complete the buildings and open the gates
oa May 1.
Rig Reniuntl for the Souvenirs.
Souvenir coins are now accumulating at
the treasury department at the rate of 00,
000 a dtiy. The directory Las thousands of
applications for them at tl each.
"These coin., will be delivered in the same
order that the orders were received," t.jd
Mr. Gage. "We announced in the beg.n
ning that the first to come would be the
first served, and that policy will be lol
lowed. Treasurer Seeberger numbered
the orders i-s they came in and will fill
Georgians at Jackson Park.
The committee appointed by the Georgia
legislature to visit Chicago aud examine
the Wor d's fair grounds reached Chicago
yesterday aud registered at the Audi
torium. Governor Northen heads the com
mittee as an ex-ollicio member. At 11 a m.
Jie committee was conducted to Jackson
park. Major M. P. Handy acting as an
escort on behalf of the World's Columbian
exposition people. At the grounds Chief
Burnham and Commissioner T. B. Bryan
took the committee under their especial
t:are and conducted the Georgians through
the many palaces and looked over the
t.vailahle sites for tlie Georgia building.
'Iney were com ceugntea ana astounaea.
Made ISim Half an American.
A cable froni Paris says that M. Camille
Kraut z, French commissioner general to
the fair, s.':iu on his return from Chicago:
'T have come 1-i-ck half an American. It
was delightful to see an exhibition ready
six mouths before the opening. It is evi
dent that the fair will be a grand snccessi
I will rettiru for the May ceremonies. I
was very nicely treated at Chicago. I found
the f.ii rustic als an able bidy of gentlemen."
Simpson on Mrs. I-aMo.
WAsi-ijM.v on, Nov. 6. Jerry Simpson
has arrived in town i.nd regarding the
new senator from Kansas, says the legisla
ture is in doubt. As to Mrs. Lease he said:
"The talk of her for the senate is the work
of the llt t iiiillt an papers. They want to
induce her to do something biiiy and to
make our people ridiculous. I do not
think they w iil succeed. I think that Mrs.
Lease is far too clewr tote led into any
K!lied in a Runaway.
XASHVILLK, His., Nov. '.'6. John Wol
vosak was fatally injured and his wife
kiiled by being thrown from their wagon
w Idle on their way home from Ashler,
this county, their team Laving taken fright
.f . ti..it i..Hul U,.,tl 1
I-" imeiirtiiu pomes coin
ing towards them on the road. The ponies
. were the property of C. M. Forman, of this
Tlmt Comet and Its Identity.
PirTsi;ui;o, Nov. 2t). Professor Francis
Very, of the Allegheny observatory, who
has for Si'vcr-d days been taking observa
tions of the comet, holds that it is a cold
body and shines only w ith reflected light.
He identifies it w ith Bit-la's comet and says
that the movements of the body ure not
accompanied by meteoric showers.
CIvtv land Ragged Light Dncks.
IiXMoKK, Ya,, Nov. 20. rresideut-tlect
Cleveland shot eight ducks yesterday as
the result of his first gunning since arriv
ing at Broadwater island. Of this number
four were red Lends and four were brands,
Juilge i:ron was imtner Harsh.
Chicago, Nov. SO. Judge Brown Las
been asked to change Lis ruling in the case
of Juror William C. Lincoln, whom he
sentenced to one year in jail Wednesday for
attempting to borrow money from inter
ested parties in the Wcntworth avem e
special assessment case. It has been learned
that Lineeiln is not wholly respemsible for
his actions at certain times and the attor
nevs on both sielcs of th litiVniinn a
isfied that 3 frequent attempts to borrow
money wmio serving as a juror were
prompted by no corrupt motives.
Shot Innocent Men to Ut-Hth.
Sax Aniomo. Tcx.. Nov. at it tn.
out that two supposed Mexican Lorse
thieves killed bv the Texas r.m-nr. lot
Monday right were two brothers, Juan
uuu tiaor.ci L,or,gera. prosperous and honest
ranchmen livintr in t 'm I nee..,. i- 1..
- ' l-l.tli.ie
yaliey. The rangers had been trailiup' a
couple of Mexican thieves for twenty-fcur
Lours, but hail lost the trn ii,.j.,
night they came up n the two brothers iu
au4 ke.eiu eo ueatj.
A Map of Vice al Gotham
N'KVY Yoitii, Nov. M. Rev. Dr. Charles
II. Parkhurst and a corps of 1,17 assist
ants are going to complete a map of this
City allowing the position and character of
every house w ithin the municipal limits,
together with the names and social status
te&rt C-isease Cnrable.
Tec ttu'h of this sttument rn-iy be
d ubted by many, but when Dr. Frsrltiln
J'iles, the eminent Indiana fpeciaiitt,
cUinis tri(.t r,r!irt disease is curnhle ard
proves i by thivtissnds o' tesatfioniais of
v otdi ifui t'jr. f by his new her:rt cure,
it Bttric!s ti e 'ith-tivn of the milliono
suffering wh s!sirt hre .th, p'p"t oi,
irteeular p'i s , wn-il in stora tch, p-iii in
side or shnu'ih r. n.o'hrriu srel's. f.ict
ing, iiro-fv. e c A. F. Davis. Sivcr
Ci ok. Ni b . by using four Lotties of
Dr. S'i!t? Xi;w Heart Cur, wts citii
pletely ct'ed after 12 yesrs' suStriug
from hesrt tlisesso. Rooks free.
JJfrvocs Prostration -A
large manufacturer, whose sffiirs
were ver- much embarrassed, and who
s ( Verw-.iktd and broken down with
nervous exnusttrri, went to a cclebrsted
specir.litt. lie wa9 told that the only
thicg nt't-di d wus to l.-e telit-ved of care
worry, hm! have a ch'icae of thought.
Th s doctor whs more cinsi-'erate of his
pstuct's h-alth than of his flasr.cir.l cir-coin-tarr-8
He or.i-ht to b- ve advised
him to use Mth s'R' Sii rtitve Nervr e, the
best itimdy for ntrvous prostration,
sleejJf ?s. izinef s, 1 1 adache, il! efJVc's
of fpirits. toharro. ciffi e, i pium, t-!c.
Thoustnis tetifT to cures. Book and
trial bottle fre si Hsrtz & Bdhnsou's.
Smiles' Uere and Liver Piltn.
Act on a ne.v principle r- pulMtiuj; the
liver s'om.-iC.h a: "l bowel through the
nerves. A sew discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills fpeed.ly cure tiliinusn ss, bad tate,
tor;id iivtr, piles, constipation. Un
eqiiaiieii for men, women, rhiloren.
SnnlLs;. n il ieat. sur.-et! 50 doges 25
cents. Sam Die free at Hr.z A Batn
THR DAILY AKGUS D1LIVKKKD AT YOUR
door everv ereui ne tir nvjc per week.
OR REN t Furnished rooms at 14(8 second
AMEI) -(HR(iKT KM EN i:OARDt5R
in private r. mily, o. 806 Mneleenttt St.
iCHXTB erIKL AND LACVt) Y GIRL WANT
J eu at ti e Kitct Is a; U house.
I70R REN r FI RM -EI lODMW ONE OR
r two laa-en. Api'ly in the forenoon at 1110
'1 in: a ave: ue.
nr; AS FED Erre st, Intelligent lady to estab
bh a ifito.i paying b!iH;nejs; one having had
experience in a tticlt r o?n pre errel; call at suite
3, McC'uil.iiiijh blocs Dttveuiiort, Iowa,
AGKNTSmakiu2$5toei0per day e:iiK the
rlertricai uler hoos- liol t want. MW ISradv
street, Davenport, town, pecond floor, room 9, 2 to
a p.m. ueterai agent warned.
117 ANTED ROOMS BV FAMILY OF TWO
" for light housekeeping, nnfunii-he i or pardy
nrni-nta. rur-iece or ttienm neat preie-red
Relerences. Apt ly D, care of a rs otKcc.
VST ANTKD SIX I ADIK8AND GENTLKMKX
"who wnld iike eeady melojmen', light
wora, tw.w m r mniiiu easily maue. van or ad
dress. '1 bos. F. -0kin. 1204 Third avenue
EOFFBii ASENT3 BiO MON1Y. IN EX
elusive territory. Our safes sell at rleht in
city or country. Aenu first in Held acta a ly get-
t-DKricn. .uue at'ent in one ay ci- area svi.au.
so can yon. Cataloene free. Addr-s-. Alpisb
gars Co., INo. aoo-871 Clark street, Cincinn-ti O
I OsT TWO PAIR OP SPEOTACI KS. ONE
1J with ir.il fr-me and one with fteel frame,
both in set arate ca-es. lost hetween the residence
of K. T. Vt bsoti in Rural and Rock Island. Finder
will be snl ably rewarded either at the resides
or Mr. w ilton er ai ue audi omce.
O Of the D.B'irguisheri A mirier n Tr''-I-an O-
t-'upporicd hy h Powerful
in Lis ernnd and
ruiCE9-23, 50, 75 and $1.00. StU on s tic at Harpt r II , ,,c
FOOT WAR IV
Home Comfort Shoes.
These popular shots, sf, -r a thorough tr't!. pr i7! to '.a the only sho s
combining waruRb, pliabilt . c'uraLi.ity sr d t oir:. !tsne?s.
Businets men. mechsLict- -.mi fsrmi rs find them s rource of er j nu-nt h'
the t rcside. after labor, t- hich do footwear compares. The house'wiv
and these Noiseless Foot V: rmcrs become itisepsratile. Q-iit iiy the ci i'
cren glide from room to ro m witi theft- light tl,,.i s, wbico hve no t ks
or tharp edges to injure cm . is or furniture. Tl:ee thots re t Mieri , U
hdspttd to the use of nur.-e .nvaiids. eldtrlv peot l.. ,.r arvone tp-u" t
with cold or Under f.ct. Ti tir pdsbility and wsrmth. by reBsnn of "n
ll cce liniuR, creates the ci-.uton thnt makes them s p puiar TL-( v hr -worn
on the "stockins: fee; ' Eh gint for the bath or d,-c.itv ro c or I"
overshoes for thppt rs rid'- to or from p nits or bails. They are w(,-,'a
by hand on alsst, tf woo e strips of clo'h;l Hve colored ties ard criy. s
up the instep, thickly Jini.i with word, quihed on. and htv.- iv-ant
tough russett sole. Ask us about them.
Wrinrlit Sc Grecqawalt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
At never j before heard of prices
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 'and 1811 Second Avenue.
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fall and Wlntub Goods are now DAVEKP0KT,
In. Eemeiuher we are f hewirg ite laiptct std meet varied
aseortment of Domestic and Imfokted gocda in tip three
cities. Suits made to your measure from $20 to 10; Trou
sers made to your measure $5 to $12
We will occupy our new
and Twenty-third St., and
Eifth Avenue Pharmacy.
EOHST VON KOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.
We can't help talking about 'em; they are
going this weather like hot cakes.
A Special Sale this Week.
2500 fine stylish garments, with and without fur,
at $28.50, 22.50, 18.00, 15.75, 14.25, 10.25, 8.25,
7.50, 6.75 and 5.95.
You will save at least $4 to
S10 on each garment you
buy from us.
Millinery Always the
best at the lowest prices.
We are the People.
Coa-p- nv of L ti imite Arties,
treat i:c.-. rsjoation of
store, cor. of Fifth avenue
will be known as the
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