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THE AKGUB, FKIDAY JANUARY 18. 1893.
FatUahed Daily ul Weakly HB4 Sooood
A Tonus. Rock Islaad, Lx.
J W. Potter.
Tnai-Dally 60c prr month; Weekly f.00
per annnm; tn advaace SI .SO.
All commnnlcatior.t of a critical or argmmenta
ttva character, political or rellirioua. But have
real name attached for pnbl cation. Me each
artleleii 1H be printed oTer flctiilon elgnatve.
Amthmir CAnanmleailoiis not noticed.
Correspoadenre solicited from CTery towarJp
n bock teiana amour .
Friday. January 13 1893
Thb cud which the Krupt will bare
at the "World's F.lr will coat $500,000.
Russia is having 1,800 000 ld rifles
made into new ones to use smokeless
Thb wealthy inhabitants of Barbadoea
ride exclusively in American-made car
St. Louis Republic: Hon. John P.
AJtgeld has now been inaugurated gover
nor of one of the greatest democratic
states in the union. It will be at ttoce
his duty and his pleasure to make it
greater and more dr mrcr-tic.
QtJiKCT Herald: it Kentucky keeps up
It? gait it will send the star-eyed Henrv
Watti rson to the sent-.te to succeed Car
lisle when the latter enters the cabinet
With Henry in the senate that august and
astute body would lend some scenic ef
fects that it erstwhile had net. lie
has a besd full of brains and a heart full
Of brotherly love. What's the matter
with Senator Watterson?
Thk ruling oi tiie supreme court of
Wisconsin against a number of the ex
State treasurers is a complete and signifi
cant victory for the state administration
headed by Governor Peck, and which re
turns to the state treasury something
like 9700,000 which is due as the interest
on moneys deposited by the treasurers in
the banks, which latter institutions have
pocketed the iacome. The bondsmen of
the several treasurers implicated are re
sponsible for the funds due to the state
Qovernor Peck it was who authotiz?d
the proceedings and were brought
through the attorney-general elected on
the ticket with bim. Tbe outcome is
triumph for the people, whe are thus re-
Warded h entrusting their aff-iirs to
The Koi Queatlon Again.
If tbe democrats want to cover them
selves with immortal glery in this great
State of Illinois, they should see that tbe
present legislature does something on the
hard road problem. Then is no more
crvini; evil ia all tbe state, or in all the
politics or our state thin the state of our
public highways. Some wi:l say tbe ex
pense will be too hitjh, we cannot stand
the taxation, tbey and their fathers lived
and prospered with mother earth for a
road, and tbe present generation should be
satit-fied to do the same. But such men
net er wru'd get ahead. If all were like
that there would be no Chicago, no Den
ver, an undiscovered west, they would
not care to get further ahead, what was
good enough for their fathers, is good
cnonch for them. It is the present, tbe
rising generation that is in tbe field fur
bard roads, they are the fuure voters,
and if tbe Illinois legislature is wise, it
will see that its salvation lies in doing
what progressive young America wants
it to do.
Tbe task is a large one, but democracy
is equal to it
' Electrical Raindrop.
Rain which, on touching the ground,
crackles and emits electric sparks is a
very uncommon but not unknown phe
nomenon. An instance of tbat kind has
been reportc 3 from Cordova, in Spain, by
an electrical engineer, who witnessed the
occurrence. The weather had been warm
and undisturbed by wind, and soon after
dark the sky became overcast by clouds.
At about 8 o'clock there came a flash of
lightning, followed by great drops of elec
trical rain, each one of which on touching
the ground, walls or trees, gave a faint
crack and emitted a faint spark of light.
The phenomenon continued for several
seconds, and apparently ceased as soon as
the atmosphere was saturated with mois
ture. Chambers' Journal.
Tbe Bunk Swallow'. Nest.
The bank swullow is a bird whose nest is
a hole excavated in the earth along the
bluffs of streams. I have seen a high bank
of the Ohio river made to look like a huge
honeycomb by thousands of these holes,
and the air was swarming with the birds
that lived in them. It was indeed a city
of sand swallows, a metropolis where per
fect eaualitv nrevaileil in the nifli it ant tins
the internal finish and the furnir.nrn nf uL
homes. The houses were as much alike as
tbe birds themselves. Maurice Thompson
in Golden Rule.
Published on bebalt of Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla are as reliable and as w-irthy your
confidence as if tbey came from your
best and most trusted neighbor. Tbey
state only the simple facts in regard to
what Hood's Sairaparilla has done, al
ways within truth and reason.
Constipation and all troubles with the
digestive organs and the liver are cured
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
Whisky will take out every kind of fruit
stain. Tablecloths and napkins which have
become almost ruined by stains may be re
stored by pouring whisky upon them be
"I have Used Salvation Uil for frrs'er!
feet and found it to be the nest remedy
Skill, Candor and Personal At
Are the Funds mental Forces Which
the Scott Medical Institute
Hcve Used. .
T Bull t7p 1 feelr W.adrrfal Prac
tice Ur mark able Testimony C
tlaaer L'kr.i le IMseane This and
Other Troblr the Work ef Ca
tarrhA lfon From rhralolocy
Hh.wlii Hair Chro&le Diarrhoea
aad Slaay Other C a ratio Uliraati
Are Chased by Catarrh.
A few weeks ngi a young lady of un
usual interest find brightness for her
years came into tbe office of Dr. Wilson,
of tbe Scott Mecical institute. She said:
"Doctor, I don't know whether you
could do any tbii g for me or not that is,
I don't know whether my trouble comes
under your line of specialties or not, 1
know you are catarrh specialists, and I
can readily see bow branchial troubles,
ear troubles, and even stomach com
plaints may be produced by catarrh ex
tension, but my trouble is different from
these. I have a chronic diarrhoea. It
has so reduced and weakened me that I
am scarcely able to walk. You see how
thin and pale I am. 1 have no strength.
I had to come here ia a carriage, and
could scnrcely get into your office, but I
determined to se you and wish to con
sult y u Now I wcu'd like to know it
my disease ch-onic diarrhoea comes
nnder vour line of specialties.
Dr. Wilson sa d to her-
You have been to school!"
"You have stulicd physiolocj f
'You know what a mucous memtraae
"les. 1 unaeretand tbat a mucous
menbrane is a a embrane that secretes
Well, you kiow that it lines the
who'e interior trtct of the body, do you
"Yes, I remember that very well."
"Well if you understand all these
things, you can readily understand bow
your trouble may be entirely of a catarrh
al nature, and bow it may be the result
of catarrhal ext t sion.
Catarrh i a di ease that is liab'e to
attack mucous membrane wherever tbev
may be, in whatever they may be locat d
Tbe internal lining of the bowels and
intestines is just ivs much a mucous mem
brane as tbe internal lining of tbe stom
ach, tesophbagus. broncbial tubes or nose
'Tbe same general class of treatment
that cures catarrh in the stomach or ca
tarrh iu ibe head or throat, will cure ca
tarrh in the bowels, which ia tbe cause of
Tbe young lady saw the point plainly
and went under treatment. Today she
is well and strong. In the place tt tbe
paleness her ct-eks are mantled with
the color of bealt i and ehe is now a well
Tbe instance is only one of hundreds
that might be givjn to illustrate the fact
that very many cli'onic troub.es are due
either directly or indirecly to snme form
1 f catarrh and in all these a cure may be
affected by removing the cause. Cure
the catarrh and cere tho tvil reaui's ibat
$5 A MONTfll
When ycu go to the Scott Medical In
stitute you don t have to tsk what it
costs. You knov before you start it is
$ 5 00 a month for medicine and treat
ment, no matter v. hat your trouble is.
TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
Davenport Testimony Testimony Free and
The writer met Mr. Oberg at the of
flees of the Scott Medical institute one
evening lately and beard what he bad to
say in regard to tie treatment that he
received from tbe physicians of that in
The reporter would state right here
that it would certainly convince the
most skeptical to have beard this gentle
man make the following earnest and hoc
"I have been afflicted with some trouble
in my ncse since I was quite young. For
MR. C. OBERG.
Maionlc Tempi. , Davenport, Iowa.
the past 20 years I did not breathe
through my nose. In all that length of
time 1 did not get uny permanent relief
and I thought my case hoped fs when I
vibited Dr. Wilson of the Ssott Medical
Institute. I had dull headache oyer tbe
eyes, my nose was filled up I could
not breathe and, I bad a constant dis
charge of mucunus ioio my throat. I was
troubled with deafDess, and at times I
was very dizzy. My stom ch bothered
me and in fact I was gtnerally debiltat
ed. I was candidlv told I had catKirh
and also nasal polypii. I know I had
some growth in my nope, for at times
.he disease would trouble me so bad that
be polypii would beiuite plain to be seen.
A ell. I was told it would be necessary
r have tbe obstru ition removed f rra
carrh would entirely cure me. I under
went the operation, which was entirely
without pain, and after two treatments I
could breavbe as well as tbe daj I was
bora. I had 19 or 20 lumps or pieces
of polypii remoyed from my nose most
of them being two or three times at
large as an ordinary bean. This is no
"say so." I was not under the influence
of an ar.thetio. I saw them removed
I counted them and they are atiil pre
served at the offle, where they may be
seen." Now this took place fully six
weeks ago and through all tbe wet and
cold weather that has been since I have
had no return of my trouble. I am well
and cured. Dr. Wilson told me I could
be cured, and what is more I am cured."
Mr. Oberg lives, as stated, in the Ma
sonic Temple, corner Third and Brady
streets. Davenport, Iowa, and will be
pleased to talk to any person in regard
to his wonderful t ure.
When You go the Scott Med
ical Institute You Don't Have to
Aek What it Costa. You Know
Before You Start it is $5 a
Month for Medicine and Treat
ment, no Matter What Your
$5.00. A MONTH.
Are you paying a high priced special
ist 5 a visit and getting no better? The
physicians are curing diseases similar to
yours they can projbably cure you go
acu see mem o a month.
WHY THEY SUCCEED.
Ibe remarkable success which the
Scott Medical institute has achieved in
every department of its practice has cre
ated a good deal of comment not only
among the people who are afflicted with
chronic diseases, but also amonir their
brother prac'itionera and the question is
often asked, What is the cause of this
large measure of successT' The answer
may be stated in a few words. In the
first place tbe physicians of the Scott
Medical institute are skilled mm.
In the second place they give their
whole time to tbeir patients and to their
pofetsion. When they are not in tbe
consultation room in attendance upon
tbeir patients they are discussing the pe
culiar features of individual cases.so that
tbey mty be ready to apply the result of
their deliberations in the coceuiting
This is the whole secret cf tbeir suc
cess. With them the science of medicine is a
constant growth, and every case a special
study. Not a point that has any possible
bearing on the case in hand is over
looked This is the reason that they sue- j
ccea wcere others rail.
Chronic diseases nqjire chronic treat
ment. Your trouble has been years com
ing on you. It has invaded every part of
your system, weakentd and reduced you.
uo you expect to oe cured in a week or a
raoiitbt Be reasonable, we are not per
forming miracles simply arDlvine sci
ence to the practice of rneriicine.
CAX C1TASEH SE 07322? YES.
We make this Mauri in e offer. S many
so-called "cures" are brought before the
public that fare valuless rfErd an impoeis
tion, and as a specialist is apt to laud his
own treatm-nt too high, we make this
generous offer to the public. It is almost
im possible to come to our office during
office hours and not tnd from one to ten
and frequently twenty ewes at a time
waiting for treatment. The physicians
of the Scot t. Medical Institute invite every
person suffering frr.m catarrh, nose or
throat, eye or ear difficulty to visit their
parlors, 221 Brady street, Davenport,
Iowa, walk in take a chair, (i: any be va
cant) inquire of any patient ss to what
they think of their progress. If their an
swe. is not perfectly sat6factory to you
we will not feel slighted if you do not
wish to take treatment with us, only we
would suggest thot you enquire of a pa
tient who has been at least two weeks
under our caie.
Specialties: Catarrh, bronchitis, asth
ma and diseases of the eye, ear, throat
and lungs, stomach and bowels; skin and
blood diseases ectema, hives, blotches,
pimplep; acne, ringworm, tetter, salt
rheum; kidney bladder and rectal trou
blesdiabetes, Brigbt's gravel, piles, fls-
sure, fistula, rheumatism, neuralgia.
lumbago, scrofula, dyspepsia, chronic
diarrhoea, dysentery, consumptien
dropsy, liver complaint, jaundice, gland
ular tumors and all chronic diseases.
TREATMENT BY MATT-
These physicians have so perfected
tbeir system of mail or home treatment
that they succeed quite as well this way
as they do in their office practice. All
wno reside at a distance from tbe city
should write for a symptom black. You
can be tteattd at borne lust as well as if
you came to tho office.
221 Brady St-. Davenport, Iowa
OVEB. AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
SPECIALTIES Catarrh. Eye. Eir,
JNote. I LroRt, Lun s. N.-rvous Diseaees,
SEin Diseases. Uhronic Diseases.
Office Ilf.urs: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
m , 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office wi'.l be open
rom 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
HIKES CHILD BIRTH EfiSY.
ColTin, Iia-, Deo. 2, 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FEIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. 1.50 per bot
tle. ooJt 10 caoioai niauea tree.
BRMBFIELO REOVUtTOIt OO
l"iTTT 'IiiTt a m IV 1"
The strongest aggregation of BARGAINS ever shown in the city of Davenport
the accumulation of a years stupendous business.
We have not the space at our disposal to do any explaining, so we will be content
by allowing the following prices to do their own talking without any comment from
Wbite vests and panta sol 1 at from 50c
to 62c; all go at 87c; two for 75c.
Natural vests and pants, several styles.
Formerly sold at 63s and 83c, reduced to
Lot 1. Ladies' wool and wool mixed,
reduced from 20j to 15s a pair.
Lot 2. Ltdiea' equestrian socks reduced
to 49e; regular price 72c
Lot 3 . Ladies' 50s casbmere hose at
Lot 4 Ladies' 8 shilling cashmere hose
8 pairs for a dollar.
Lot 5 50 dcaen ladies' wool hos9 go at
23c. Children's csbm;re hose sold up to
45c. reduced to U9j.
Lot 6 15 dozen fine casbmere hose,
sizes 6 to 8. sold up to 65 j; reduced to
Lot 7. Child's Oxford anl black, regu
lar price u to 83c. site price 19c each
20 dozen 85c kid gloves reduced to 43c
A f 1 kid glove reduced to 63. a pair.
B'a;k and colored Mosqielaire at
fl.9; regular price 1.58.
Cashmere gloves reduced to 15i.
Wool mittens reduced to 10s.
20: quility wool mi fens reduced to 15c.
Men's random socxs 20c grade at 14c a
Men's co'.ton, buckskin and flinnel
shirts 85s eoods reduced to 69.: each.
Men's fl-nml ehir:s sotd at $1.85 nnd
$2, go at Jl.25 e.ch. '
Men's striped serge shins al 85c, go at
49.1 each .
3 ys flannel waiots aborted, sold up
to 4Sj, re luse 1 1 33 j each .
B iys' wants, pUited front, 73c tride.
te 643 each.
Boys' flinnel wvs's. $1.19 grije to
Boys fltnnel w l-;t. recu'ar price
$2 69 reduced to$l 9 ech.
Lot 1 consists of assorted E8 inch nov
elties, none of whicii are worth less than
50 to 53j, will be sold at 29:.
Lot 2 consists of an assorted let of
chevrons, Bedford cords, rough effects,
sold as high as 29.-; all go at 15c a yard.
Lot 3, Jamestown suiiicgs, S6-in wide
tbe best eoods for. service ia the m-trhe'.
Will be offered during tbe sale only at 83 i
L t 4, 29s, 26j worst:J novelties at 243
Eot 5, 25c worsted serges at 171 2 a
Lot 6. Assorted lot of plaids, strfpes
and novelties. U-iruUr prices 50 and 75c:
all at one price 42 J ; a yard.
Lit 7. A sirted lot of beautiful high
novelties. Regular pr:cs $1.59, $2.00
and $2 2? a yard. Choice for 85 and 90s
Lot 8, PUid. s:ripe in assorted colors
Sold at 75c. 89j and $1. We efferyou
ch nice of this lot at 60 i a yard.
Lit 9. Ltdies clot . can't be matched
at less than 50c go at 33: a yard.
Lannsdown and Gloria silks reduced to
95c a yd.
Brocaded silks in cream, white and
light blue, nink, heliotrope. Will be of
fered at 37 z for tbe sale only.
69c qu.tliiy aurah silk al47cayard.
Black faille silk at 72s and $1.
Black Peau du so r $1. $1,121. SI 19.
$1 45 and $ 1 75 represent each excellent
values, each one warranted.
The best black groa grain silk at $1 we
have had the privilege of showing.
It is no secret that all silks have ad
vanced and are still moving in tbe same
direction. What we now have we ewn at
tbe eld prices; you can save money by
Here are some fearful reductions.
Feather trimminus, including black os
trich bands reduced to $1.19 a yd (regu
lar price f 1.58); scolloped silver coney
with elaborate braid heading, at $1.69 a
yard (was $2.19 j
Marabeau trimmings were 65c and 36;;
now 53 and 25c a jd.
Hibbon fringes were $1.19; now E3i a
Roman and Persian 2-inch band was
$1 83; now 75c a yd.
Roman and Persian 1-inch band was
25( ; now 17c a 1.
Roman and Persian 1-iach band was
50c; now 33c a yurd.
Jeweltd tiimmings $1.75; now $1.33 a
Jeweled trimmings were $1.25; now
Braid bacd trimmings were 93c; now
43c a yard.
Brtid band trimmings were 35c; now
22c a yd.
Braid bacd trimmings were 50c; now
36c a vard.
$1 69 home made comforts $1.25 each.
$2.50 oil red calico aud white cotton
comto'ts $2.05 etcb.
f2 87J silkaiine coafjrU at $1.75
$3 87 sateen comforts, our best $2.83
a TrT7-T-r Tr-rrrvr
Not one garment la our bouse will
eecspe the reduction knife, any cloak can
be bought during this sale at from J to J
its regular price. Figure it out for
5 25 jackets go at $3.93.
$12, 15, and 16.50 jackets go
f 12 50 and 20.00 jackets go at
$24.00 and 25.00 jackeis go at
$29 jackets ge at $19.
Here is a fearful cut $36 50
and 45 garment to be sold for 2 1 90
each. Seeing is believing.
$15 jackets reduced to $ 8.93
17 " " 12 95
27 " " " 19 50
$14 50 sacqnes red. to $ 9.75
Lit 3. 33 00
$ 7 80jeBeU red. to $4.9i
11 50 7 85
$16 50, $17 75 and $.8.00
all at tbe UDiform price of
Lot 5. $2
50 j-ckets g at $17.50.
Tennis cloaks reduced from $1.93 to
Flannel cloak reduced from S3 50 to
Et ler -Iowa clocks reduced from 2 75
Angora trimmel reduced to $2.39.
POUR TO TWELVE XXAK3 .
One lot reduced from $ 5 0 Ho 3 93.
One 7 33 to 95
One " 11.75 to S 45
Aborted lot of children's ickets from
f 5 43 $S 50 and $7 all at one price
Lidies' hemsiitched and embroidered
handkerchiufs slightly soiled go al 10:
L des' flno embroidered handkerchief j
in a great variety cf s-.lts each as we
sold at 28: a;,d S3;, all w,l bs offen d at
19c apiece. Yoa cu&ht t luy enou.i
to list you a ye ir at th.s price.
15c initiii bia lkerchiefsfor gent?;' calo
25c initial handkerchiefs for gents; sale
Lafiiea initial handkerchit fs sa'e price
12J3 initial handkerchiefs for ladies'
sale price 9c.
25c initial hinakerchie'a for ladies'
sale price ISo.
Ladies' 25c chiffon embroidered edge
sale price lHc.
Ltdies' 25c pongee silk hemstitched
and d-awn work at 18s
Ladies' 80c chiffon beautifully em
broidered at 65c,
Ltdies' $1 25 cniffon, best quality, go
Gents' colored bordered handkerchiefs
50c grade for the sale at 87c or two for
Solid gold rings assorted redueed from
$5 to $4.25.
$8 5il gold rings reduced to $2 98.
2.98 " 2.83.
Solid gold band rings engraved and
plain at $1 75.
75 engraved band ring? reduced from
$1 23 to 95s. All the above are guaran
Solid silver watches value $6; sale price
$1 50 gold lace pins with stone
tings at $1 22.
Ladies' 14 kt rolled plate watch chains
nt charms. 10 years' guarantee, sale
price 3 89.
f . I . a a
vners wun a 0 years guarantee at
K-ngs guaranteed for 1 year at 25o for
a years at 50j each.
COMFORTS AND BLANKETS.
10c uaoleacbed canton flannel 6Jc
12j 3 unbleached canton fUnnel 9Jo
1.500 yards unbleached canton flinnel
43 a yara.
9 4 sheeting at 16s a yard.
o oz rea ana gTy flionel, 50c grades
i j ; a yu.
lit avy navy blue fl-innel shirting re
dueed to 41c. 863 and 25c a yard.
One lot of blankets
- - - 22
The above lots include red,
T a xttt a
TTr mir .tnr.k . .
, " " tktj BUT. ...
close out the different lo's of .V '
art.:,, t , ,
..uno.rmrj IIODeU Vests d1-.
reffnlar nrif.- 7V- K,lnr.,i ...j.
Earn White Jriev H nhr.i
nanta. rcoulsr nnVo . .1. .'s l'-
' --t- r v- v j , it-mid
regular price $1
Ivntt vadi. 1
7a :,;". nnj
Natural Jersev ribbed
. icuucta Duct,
regular p-ice 75j. reduced uric 5$.
Wbite Jersey ribbed v-ot5 urj
repular price $1, reguctd prie Sic
Union Suits Kithri reu!r pu 't t, -reduced
Equestrian Tir.is nitur.ti an'. ir
regular price Si . 1 9. reduced t rice
Fqiestri-in T-ehis natural and
reguiar price f 1.75. reduo d rriftr
25c Whits Merij0 6liirtj re.luc.dio:
58 Wh'.te Meriao cl ir s ind
reduced to 47c.
42 j White Merioo ehir'3 and il:s;
reduced to 35c.
33c natural Merin shir-s and -itiw-reduced
l shirts ar.d tirtwr. naturnU,it
camei s nair gres ftsjctr.cb
75c natuial wool shirts rediicd '3
Camel's hair shim and drvri-.
ducef to $1.15. Actu&l vi'uetl l',,
soft as velvet. Djo'i s rink.
f 5 53 Lmen sets will toll at tT.'.j
3 t 3-8 55. 10.75 at 9 9S mj:
$15 43 set will jc.0 at $13.55.
Ihree fourths bleached l; kits J;;l
quality at 79c a dt son.
Lare doylies while aDd ctdoitd
ders at 12 ; each.
Pure linen towels al 3: each.
Bargains ia towe's at 12J;, 17i,
33 : and 44 : er.ch.
40c soft finished Gertnta lincaa st :
50c soft finished Dmak al43oid
23c red table coTenug fst ;i.lnr 1
White monkey and uppoauin triffii:
reduced to 42j a yd
Cainchilia, lynx, hare and teTir;ii
ming reduced to 89c. pt-r chuicc.
B.ack atraktvn and urv fcrmtn. rt-ul
miog reductd to Si 75 a yard.
Kriuiuier aud air-iki ed;,'- i-.'.d
too a lard.
Attrrtkan and opos-:uui tr::ncr.;
ductd to $1.33 a yd.
liiatk f one v and chiucnd.a 1 iJ
duixd to 66 a varJ.
Cuildreo's whim tuioet e-'ts riu.
from $2 75 to $1 93.
Children s fipodaum sets rtdjctuu--
$9 10 $1-69.
Children's blue ansora se'.s reJiiS-
from $4 to $2 95.
L titles' oppossum capes reduced fc
99 .05. 3.
Black coney boas marked two Dticti
close $1.45 ana 1 93 Der choice.
Lynx Doas, value $12. rednued to V'
Bltck coney muff aud do reducti
Lyux hare mtS and boa leduceu
black oppossom muff and boa reuii--
to $3 93
Racoon muff and boa reduced to $ r
Ked fox muff and boa rtduceu tof-
93 repulur nricn 17 93.
Lynx muff and boa reduced to i"
rteuiar price 24 50
Buck tbibet muff ard bta nc'-ce.-
$19 78 regular price 25.00.
$18 Alaskan sealsain muff-i $12
must be att to be aDnreciattd
$9 beaver muff, beautiful qua'.itj. 1
$5 red fox muff reduced to $3 93
8 minks muff " 6 50
8 uufflion " " 3 95
Gray fox " " 2 69
Aftrakan " 14 2 69
Gray Hare " " 8
French coney muff " j.
Feti-n sit Irs of rlutted ar.d
Swiss, regular prices 35, 45 and
atone pr'ee, 19a a yard.
Oae lot of tan:bour net !n "b.t
ecru, 43c, our regular price, all p tl
a Tkirt .
fO 50 lace curUics re'ucetl to 5J'
l.(K) " " " " 7S-'
f. K11 ailk atrird madras reduced W
a pair. -
. r A oca ririlbi-'
ADOUl 39 jarua 01 " c f- ;J
ortb 8 and 10c a yard v.iiUecai
the low price of 5a a yd. . v.
About 40 pieces assorted wastii
thai .ll reflularly at from 10 to 1-.
ero a 7J;d.
1.0CO yrd of the best calicos
sold at 5 i a yd- . Bfr
10 piec 6 of S33 cretoni-o -at,
!,. li h-.r-M 10' dei