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TiliS Alt 1, US, THURSDAY, JUNE 120, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
MUEDEK THIS TIME
Attends the Daily Attempt at
A TTREMAN FALLS AT HIS POST.
tlllnl With Israel From a lverAw'
"Sun" Th Swmlra VThrn 1M1 the
Mioollng Fortunately and llravely Cl
tored Th Mlnourl Itunk Kohhrr Ikwi
a l'nliiir fWrk at Jorlrho.
S.x Astoxio. 'Vox., June 2.l The bold
est attt-mpt nt train roUtery that ever oc
currwl in Texas lias taken jilm-e near the
little village of 15roekinridins in Wilson
county, thirty-five miles south of tjiis city.
The train heM up was the San Antonio
ami Arkansas Vtua passenger No. 3. leav
ing here at 1:: oYIotk p. m. The afTair
resulted in the killing of K. W. Martin.the
fireman, anil the cajrfure of one of the rob
bers, who trives his name as J. D. May, a
cowIhiv. The traiu consist eil of three tl.iy
coaches, express car, audcomlnnatiuti niz
fC'i.ce !!il mail e.-tr.
The Trasedy of the Krfnt.
At lirti-kinrslKethetrainstopiHtlto take
water anil when it pulled out three men
boarded the Mind lmi:eatf car without le
inifseen. The train had just entered a
sharp curve a few hundred yards from the
tank when the rol.ler. May. climlied upon
the tender and with a -P caliler pistol in
each hand ordered Knjcineer Tierney and
Fireman Martin to throw up their hands.
Tierney did so, kut Martin made a move
as though he was nliout to secure a re
volver troni a 1mx ; under his seat. The
1-obl.er then emptied a six-shooter into
Martin, keeping Tierney covered with tlie
Ifsi-mtin 4f tlw ltamlit.
Martin's Ixxly fell out of the sinjiwar
on the track, where it was run over by the
train and mutilated. The other two rol
liersseeinu the lody fall junled from the
iKiiTLtauce ear platform anil made for the
brush. The passengers riisoeil upon the
platforms and tired ::t the retreating men.
The rciMiT May n-.atle a lat desperate ef
fort to capture the train himself, ordering
the engineer to run the train across Indian
river bridge. Instead of complying he
put on the air brakes
The i itnilurtiir il Van of Nerve.
The roblier threw t he t hrot! !e valve wide
open, but the train would not move, and
he jumiK-d and -t irtel up tiie track on a
mn. t'onduetor V.il Steel jumped into the
cab iiml cut ; 00.-1' f -oni t lie train, pursuing
the tleeinn Ma. When overtaken May
ran into the' brush with Steel after
him. The conductor captured him, how
ever, and will receive $l,(Mi reward. May
refuses to talk. The United States inar
shal'and po ee are in pursuit of the remain
THE BOLD MISSOURI ROBBER.
His Latest F.nterprise in the Line of Hank
Lamar, Mo.. June 29. Two men went
to the house of William Brasher, cashier
of the Hortly bank at Jericho, in Cedar
county, at 11 o'clock at night, called him
to the door, captured him at the muzzle of
revolvers and compelled him to walk with
them to the bank. There two other men
joined them. Brasher was compelled to
open the bank, the doora to the vault and
the outer doors to the safe. The inner
door was "made secure with a time lock
but Brasher was threatened with instant
death, if he did not open it.
He explained that he could not and two
of the men took the cashier a half mile out
of town while the other two remained in
possession of the bank. They held it for
four hours and when they left locked all
the doors. The safe contained s,200.
Whether the robbers got it is not known,
as the officials had not been able to open
the safe at last accounts.
Awarded 93,000,000 In Iron Lands.
St. Pacl. June 29. Three million dol
lars' worth of iron land in the heart of the
Mesatia region has been awarded by the
supreme court of Minnesota to Robert Ja
mison, ex-county attorney of Hennepin
county, and the syndicate of eastern capi
talists which he represents. The contest
for the iron lands involved in the case,
comprising several thousand acres, has
been going on for over two years.
A Defiant Surveyor of Port.
New York, June 2!. Surveyor of Port
Lyon has written a letter to Secretary
Carlisle in which he defies that gentleman
in the matter of the investigation into
custom matters ordered by him. The sec
retary direct ed Lyon to give the commit
tee all the data it calls for and Lyon flatly
says he will not do it; that the committee
has no authority in law and if it is a spy
and informer it cannot have his assistance.
Keen Clipping from New York Papers.
Nr.w YoiiK, .Tune 2!. A letter from
Kief, Kussia, says that .the czar's govern
ment is doing everything it can to prevent
Russians coming to the World's fair. The
most atrocious lies are printed, and when
the writer sent contradictions to the same
papers they refa-ed to print them. He be
lieves the czar is afraid those visiting the
fair would learn too much.
Terrific Klertrlc Storm.
Wheeling, W Va., June :. A terrific
electrical storm has passed over this sec
tion of the country. At the county irirm
ary lightning struck a tree twenty-five
feet from the building and everyone of
the fifty inmates was prostrated by the
shock. . ,
Sew Shaft for the Paris.
BETHLEHEM, Pa., June 29. The Bethle,
hem Iron company has completed and
shipped to the American line a spare
crank shaft for the steamship Paris. It
la made of nickel steel and has a tensile
strength 90,000 pounds. This is 25,(XI0
pounds in excess of the strength of any
shaft ever made by Knglish or German
manufacturers. One of the crank pins
alone weighs 3.00J pounds. j
KIDNAPED FOR REVENUE ONLY.'
The mt Miss (ieinzer at the World's
CttlCAOO, -June 29. Sensational testi
mony has been jciven in the case of W. D.
McAulitf and William ' T. Colwell,
chargod with kidnaping Rose Geinzer, 22
years old, of Pittsburg. Charles X. Por
ter, a prominent hotel owner of the Smoky
City, testified that Miss Geinzer was in his
employ as cashier; that he gave her a va
cation; that he brought her to see the fair
and secured lodgings for her. He re
turned home "and deputized his barkeeper,
Morris Wissing, to look after Miss Geinzer.
Receiving a letter on June 10 purporting
to come from Wissincr stating that he was
in need of assistance, lie came to Chicago
and was met by Colwell, who informed
him that there was a warrant out for Wis
sing and Miss Geinzer, and that the mat
ter could Ve settled with the iolice for
He agreed to the price and paid
Colwell 100 in cash ami a check for $2.
1HK). Failure to turn over the girl caused
him to put the matter in the hands of the
Miss Geinzer' testimony was to the ef
fect that while Wissing was absent McAu
lilT came and intimated that Wi-sing was
in trouble, and that she, too, was watched.
She Wcame alarmed, and went with Mc
AulitTto4o Walden street, w ho two days
later took her in a closed carriage to a
house on Austin avenue, where she was
kept in close confinement until found by
the iolioe. McAulitf comjH-Ued her to
write a letter to Mr. Porter asking for
money. The case wascontinued.
Fparks from a nail in the heel of nn
employe's loot caused. nn explosion in the
United States Fireworks company's plant
at Newton Upper Falis, M;;ss. Three men
were hurt and two of t hem will probably
The Xew York court of appeals h.-.s de
cided the Albany Argv.s c:-e in favor of
the Sjeer party and against Kditor Man
ning ami his Imckers. This is a victory
for the Ilill men.
The South Dakota supreme court sus
tains a verdict giving ?."o dnniaires n:rainst
the Western Union Telegraph company
for refusing to semi a message not writ
ten on one of its blanks.
Assi.-tant Secretary Spanieling, of the
treasury department, will retire on .June
30, to be succeeded by Scott Wike, of Illi
nois. The St. Paul fn department is threat
ened with disruption Ix-cause of lack of
funds to continue the service unless the
men accept a reduction of pay. which they
refuse to do.
Obituary: At Gibraltar, Governor Sir
Lothian Nicholson: at Kingston,-Jamaica,
Kdmund PauL the Haytian statesman.
The first full cargo of hay ever sent from
the United States to Europe is lieing loaded
at New York for France, where there is a
prospect of selling at good prices.
Several persons at Findlay, O., were
dangerously poisoned by eating ice cream
which had, .lieen allowed to stand in the
can for several hours.
Queen Victoria has contributed $100 to
the fund for the benefit of the families of
the Victoria victims. The queen rarely
raises the 100 limit for charity.
Edmund Ijw Rogers, of Baltimore, re
cently exhibited before an assembly of
dentists a complete set of false teeth that
had been worn by George Washington.
Julia Force, who murdered her younger
sisters at Atlanta, has been acquitted
of murder because she is insane. She will
be taken to the asylum.
Rev. Dr. Barrett, of Banks county, Ga.,
had charge of threa Baptist churches and
one illicit distilling. The United States
revenue officers now have him bound over
on a charge of moonshinging.
Because the father of Edward Pollock,
of New York, won his son away from his
lawful wife (secret marriage) who had two
children by him, the courts have decided
that said father must pay Mrs. Pollock
$37,500. A western divorce was obtained
by the son.
The wife of Benjamin Donbroski re
fused to cut her arm and with her own
blood write a declaration that she was
true to Ben and he therefore thrashed her.
He was arrested, but his wife begged
The bullion in the American silver
dollar is worth today 57 cents.
Six Men Hurled Alive.
WniTEWOOD, S. D., June 29. A cave-in
occurred in a trench near the Homestake
mine and six men were buried alive. The
news of the disaster reached here soon after
it occurred, l?ing reported by fellow work
men in the same gang who called for as
sistance. A force of men was nt once set
to work and three men rescued alive.
Charles Brenemin, foreman.and the others
have not lieen found. The greatest ex
liot.I.eil Painrsville of sl.0OO.
Cleveland, June 29. Painesville of
ficers came to the city in search of City
Clerk George W. Stage, who has mysteri
ously disapieared.The city council sold 10,
000 bonds to Mary A. Tinan. Instead of pre
senting the certificate of deposit at the
First National bank Stage skipped with it.
Strike of Puddlers.
PlTTflirHG, June 29. Two hundred pud
dlers employed in Spang, Chnlfant & Co.'s
iron works at Etna have gone on a strike.
The trouble began two weeks ago when
several puddlers were discharged. The
demand of the workmen that their asso
ciates be reinstated was unheeded.
Sprerttels Opinion of Miiwall.
San Francisco, June 29. Adolph
B. Spreckels has returned on the steamer
Australia. He says the Honolulu pro
visional government is bankrupt and that
the only solution of the welfare of Hawaii
is the return of the queen to power.
Failure at Slou City.
SIOCX City, la., June 29. The Unioa
Trust company has failed. This company
has no connection whatever with the Un
ion Loan aud Trust company which lately
By Which Gladstone Will Ex.
pedite Home Rule,
EEJOICE THE LIBERALS AND IRISH,
And Move Balfour to Refer to Former
Occasion, Which Was Ii fir rent. Says ;
the O. O. M. German Election Keturns I
All In and nod the Kclchstaa; Member- ;
shin Couinlete Apparent Working Ma-
Jority for the Army Bill.
London, June 29. The galleries of the
house of commons were packed with peo
ple, their presence being due to the ex
pectation that . Gladstone would make a
statement in regard to the course the gov
ernment had decided to follow with refer
ence to the home rule bill. When Glad
stone entered the house almost perfect si-
Wants Help tor tatrlkers.
ToPEKA, June 29. S. M. Scott, state
lecturer of the Farmers' Alliance, is out
with an appeal to the farmers of the state
to come to the assistance of the strikiug
coal miners in southwestern Kansas. He .
savs that anything would be acceptable.
I mnnpv. clothine or provisions. Mr. 1
Scott declares that the coal companies
have decided to starve the miners into sub
mission and that they will succeed unless
help is afforded.
Vatican Choir nt the Fair.
Rome, Juue 29. The pope has given his
i consent to the proposal that Maestro
; Mustafa, director of the Sistine chapel, j
' anil the members of the choir should visit
' Chicago and sing there during the pro
1 gress of the exposition. This will be the
; first time that the choir, as a choir, will
have sung outside the holy city.
1 1 ... . luif.iM tlwl nnni. mm
. . ii- . 1 -I Suddenly the boat was capsized, they
ister hail reached his seat astorm of cheers, . 1 ' . V . . 1... ., ...i . i,
A Couple of Lovern Drowned.
' W.VTEIiTOWK, N. Y., June 29. At a
J popular rusort known as Glen Park, Wal
' ter Iarling, aged 21, was in a boat with
Miss Abi Wooley, his sweetheart, aged 10.
people sank to the bottom.
rifliing Prohibited on Sunday.
ALBANY, June 29. The state fish and
game commission has just secured from
the attorney general an interpretation
of the law which will make it the duty
! hereafter of all fish and game protectors
j to prohibit fishing on Sunday.
c:ty ci m:e 1 of 'lie
Be it rJ lined hy the
of Hock 1-Ut)d.
Section 1. Th it Otto Grothm, Anat-taMa Mur-
.hy. J. W. Star A. J llairis', C. I.. Walker nnit
ttcira"eoriates. !o. and they are hereby anther-
reoair at their Mile-expense, n tiriv.it 1 e' r
' run a? follow? : Beglnn'tiu at or cear tli? poii.t
' of int rec!ion of the torth l'ne of Mxtli avi r.tiu
in aiil city i h the p mth en 1 of t'.e a Ii y in
'what is kn wn as liar per" ailditi' n t. alil city:
thon-e north in faid alle' to its intersection with
1 he Cr.-tou anil wtst alley a'onjj the north s'cJe
of Miiil addition; thence a-t .-ilonK eii1 last
! named alley to connect with the fewer now in
-t wentv-flrrt street in s lU city, and shall te of
ciht inca irlazed it ifiVd tile.
j Sic 2 The said named parties and their asso
ciate, their he irn and assigns shall have xclu
' ivi cot tro! of aid fewer, and t-hall cor.strnct
and r. pair the ssino, nudt r the direction of the
' street and allev committee tf said city:irjd no
person or p rsoos shall be permitted to connect
therewith for any purpose whatsotver, or to tlow
thrrein s-y liqnid or other matter, without first
paying to the city clerk of 6nid city, their cipita
ble proportion or the cost of the constrnction
thereof, np to the date of filch con ection; the
amount so paid to sa'd clerk to be divided Be
tween faid named parties in proport on to the
amount original. y paid by ttem respectively for
the construction thereof
Sec. 4. Whoever shall violate the provisions cf
this ordinance shall be liable acd subject to
fln of not lesi than ten ($10) dollars, nor more
th- n fifty ($T ) dollars.
Sec. 5. Power is hereby resetved to declare
and make raid sewer a pobl e sewsjr on payment
bv the city to the said parties or their assigns, of
the value of such sewer, at thetixe it is desired
to make the same t ablic sewer: such value to
be determined by arbitrators, one to be appointed
by said city, the other by a majority of said par
ties, and the two thus chosen to select tbe third.
If they are unable to determine ths value thereof,
the expenses of such appraisement to be borne
equally by the city and the said named parties.
Approved: T. J. MEDILL, It , Mayor.
Relating; to Private Sewer.
Be it ordained by tbe City Council of the city of
Section 1 That Charles K. Evans and his as
sociates be and they are hereby authorized and
empowered to construe, maintain and repair at
their sole expense a private sewer to run as fol
lows: Commencing at a point on the north Pne
of lot seven (7) in block fifteen (15) in Spencer &
Case's addition to tbe City of Rock Island run
ning thence northwesterly acrots the alley to tbe
alley running north and south in said block
thence nonh along said last named alley to con
nect with th sewer now in Third avenue in said
city, and shall I e of fight Inch glazei vi rilled
Stc. 2. Tl at said named party and his asso
ciates, thtir heirs and assigns hall have exclu
sive control of said sewer, and shall construct and
repair the same under the d rection of the street
and allev committee of the city council of salt
city, and no prison or persons scall bo permitted
to connect therewith for any pnrpose whatsoever,
or to How therein any liquid or other matter,
without first paying to tbe city clerk of said city,
their t unliable proportion of the cost of the con
struction thereof, up to the date of such connec
tion. 1 he amount so paid to said clerk to be di
vided between said named parties in proportion
10 the amount originally paid bv ihein ri spec
lively for the construction thereof.
See. 3 Whoever shill violate the provis'ons
of this ordinance snail be liable end subject to a
fine f not icss tban ten ($10) nor more than fifty
Sec . 4 Power is hereby reserved to declare
and make said sewer a pnbl'c sewer cn payment
liy the city to said psrty or their assigns of the
value of such sewer, at tbe time it is d sired to
make the same a public sewer; such value to be
determined hy arbitrators, one to e appointed
by the said ciiy. the other by a majority of said
parties, and the two thus chosen to select the
thira if they are unable to determine the value
thereof, the exp nsesof such app aisemeut to be
borne equally by the city and the said ramed
1'as.sed June 19, 1893.
Attest: T. J. MEDIbb, Jr , Mayor.
A. V. Hl'ESIXG, City Clerlr.
Get Out ol the Hot City
And lake trip on the Mississippi.
The Beautiful Steamer
will make regular Wednesday and Sunday
to different points on the river. Otto's Orchestra
of 85 Musicians will furnish concert and dance
antic. Tickets 25 cents, children 15 cents; Clin
ton. Muscatine and other distant pcinta 50 cents
Steamer under the personal charge of Captain
McCaffrey. For charter terms address or call on
j CHA8. T. KINDT.
Gen.Man-ger Burtis Ootra House.
ltobt. Todd Lincoln an I.I- 1.
BOSTON', June 2!I. The overseers of
Harvard college have conferred these
lmnnrarv deirree: Li 1). IvoDert touu
Lincoln." Frederick Law Olmstead,
Hichard Oluev. A. M. Daniel
Fatal Ice Cream I'olsonlnjs.
FlNl'LAV, I)., June ".. Anion Shuck
ami wife, together with their live children
unda tieighlHir, Allen Wisely, were dan-,
iwrmwlv n.i-.soned bv eatinu tainted ice i
cream. Their recovery is not expected.
Honoring Jell Iavis' Widow and Ilauifhtor.
CiiAVsruN-oN-THK-lIt'lisox, N. Y., Juno
jy. Mrs Cratit has met Miss Winnie Da-
i who has arrived here from Chicago.
The meeting was mutually cordial.
(.11 iiner several officers from West
called on Mrs. Davis and her daughter.
reneated a train and attain, erected him
Shortly after Gladstone had taken his sent
John W. Ienn (Liberal), and Samuel
Woods (Ialnir), asked questions prior no
tice of which had lieen given to the house
in relation to the closing of the discussion
of the home rule bill.
ltased on a Tory Measure.
Gladstone in reply announced that to
day he would move the adoption of a reso
lution calling upon the house to expedite
the passage of the biil. This announce
ment was greeted with cheers by the sup
porters of the government. Hal four, lead
er of the opposition in the house, asked
that the terms of the resolution lie com
municated to the opposition leaders lef ore
they were publicly stated in the house.
Gladstone informed Ilalfour that the reso
lution was lMised on the proposal made by
the Conservative by which the crimes act
was rushed through parliament in 1SS7.
This reply evoked hearty laughter and a
hurricane of cheers from the Irish benches.
ISalfottr was not at all put out by the an
swer he had received, or if he was he did
not show it, and ns Gladstone, resumed his
scut llalfour smilingly lowed toward him.
Sil!tnce of tlie "Hnx law."
John Morley, chief secretary for Ireland, j
subsequently read t he terms of the reso
lution. These provide that the bill shall j
he reported by July M and shall 1k 1
closured in four sections. Clauses " to S j
shall lie discussed next week: clauses .i f o j
2t the week following, and clauses ','7 to 40
the third week. Thereafter the financial j
clauses and any new clauses shall be dis- i
cussed. Morley lidded that the irovern-
eminent would not receive any dilatory ,
" ' Y. JY , w w mall J v l,o i ! -n empower.! to construct, n.a'nlain and
'. 1 ' . '. ... . -,. 1 ei:or .it their fo'.c-exnense. a nriv.itJ sewer, to
minister in charge 01 rue 11.11. 1 no ruie.
the house ending the daily session nt.
ilnight would le suspended today. If
progress should h" reported the chairman
of the committee of t he who-o would en
force t he otiler.
Itoot on tlie Other 1 .
llalfour asked if the govei inn. 't pro
posed to consider the notion fort': .illa
tion of the resolution today. Did 'lie gov
ernment, he contended, renin. :! ei I In- oc
casion of the int rivliut i tiof I :e -i'!::? ion
of Isst. referred to by the pi iiii'- 'ister?
tin that occasion Gladstone and M -ley had
both objected tiuait.st t lie brief rime al
lowed them to consider the resolution, al
though that proposal was vastly less com
plicated than the present one.
Gladstone readily admitted his action i'l
1SS7, but addeil that there was no such
question in 1SS7 ns existed now. On the
grounds of public duty he must decline to
accede to the wish of Il;d "r that (art her
time le given to tne opposition to consider
the terms of the resolution. The Irish and
Liberals cheered the G. O. ?T. enthusias
tically. GERMAN VOTES ALL COUNTED
And tle Army Hill Seems to Have a Clear
BERLIN. June SS. Keports received from
Kissingcn, Schweitifurt and Lohr com
plete the returns from all the 397 electoral
constituencies of the empire. The exact
numerical relations of the parties in case
of a vote on the army bill are, neverthe
less, still somewhat in doubt, as several
candidates who hold allegiance to the
larger parties or groups In other matters
have reserved decision concerning the mil
itary demands of the government. The
attitude of the Guelpbs and Independent
Clericals toward the Conservative party,
and of the Radical Unionists toward the
Richterists and National Liberal parties
must remain more or less In doubt for sev
eral days. -
The editor of 'the Reiehsanzeiger and
officials at the chancellerie gave the opin
ion that until after the correction of the
returns and the opening of the reichstag
the relative strength of the parties cannot
be exactly determined. The situation has
been complicated by the rejection of the
returns in five constituencies where irreg
ularities vitiated the elections. One of
these constituencies is Jerichow, in which
Count Herbert Bismarck was supposed to
have leen elected.
If these constituencies be allowed to the
parties entitled to them according to the
returns the list of 3fJ deputies is divided
generally thus among the parties: Cleric
als, 8-J; Social Democrats, 45; Conserva
tives, 77; Free Conservatives, 2."; National
Liberals, 52; Guelphs, S; Alsatians, 12;
Anti-Sjmites, 17; Richter Radicals, 23;
Radical Unionists, 12: Poles, 1!; Indepen
dent Clericals, 11; Bavarian Peasants'
League, 2; South German Democrats, 11;
Danes, 1. Of these 3S7 deputies lifJ ore
counted for the army bill and 182 against
it. Thirteen are classified as doubtfuL
The Nord Deutsche Allemaine Zeitung
calculates that at the opening of the reich
stag 25 deputies will favor the army bill
and 191 will be opposed to it.
Will Court Martial Captain Ilourke.
London, June 29. Captain Bourkc, the
senior officer among the survivors of the
warship Victoria, will be tried by a spe
cial naval board, sitting at Malta, for hav
ing lost the vessel. Further proceedings
will depend upon the event of this trial.
No steps will be taken in the matter of
court martialing Rear Admiral Markham
and the officers of the Camperdown until
after the end of Bourke's case.
North and South Railway Convention.
Lincoln, Neb., June 29. The North and
Nouth railway convention, liberally adver
tised for a number of weeks, held its initial
session in representative hall at the state
capitol here. About fifty delegdtes were
in attendance, an attendance which waa
disappointing to the promoters of the
meeting. Speeches were made on behalf
of the enterprise, a committee on resolu
tions appointed and the convention- ad
journed for the day.
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the same is well assorted and all goods are
sold at the lowest possible price. Please
KLUG, BASLEF, SOHWENTSER
Dry Good Company. Pavenpc-ji
Cut in malf
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Wlii'o rranite plates.
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White crr.'Hiito i
s in p
tins. . . .
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week. Everything must go. Come early and
avoid the rush.
Geo. E. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART STORK.
LEND US YOUR FEET
Just long enough to give us a chance to shoe
Bat it looks as if ii would be
in it soon, and.tjirv sooner your
foot is in ne"o?our fine $3.00
ehoes, th mere Jor:nnate it
will be. Becanse we kuowthis
shoe, we want you to know it
other shoe will wear, we want j ou to
wear it. It is absolutely the cheapest thing in shoe-leather and
there isn't any limit to the satisfaction that it gives. No matter
what you pay, you get no better when you get th best it is a
luxury in footwear and not a nigh priced luxury at that. It
isn't trying to those who try it. Try it.
ArigtLt & Grcciiawalt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
becauee it wears as n
DOLLAHS for SEVENTY 1YE GENTS
Were we to give you silveiylolhrs for 7c
it wouldn't take you long to decide to come
for them, would it ? f
Well we're not exactly doing that; but we're letting
the profits go on all trimmed hats and b.mnets for
ladies and children, and aie thus giving y u a dollar
in value for 75c In money. This sale is going on this
Si. 00 Hats cut to $1 00
and all intermediate figures are proportionally re
duced. World's Fair spoons given' away with everv
purchase of $3 or more.
114 West Second street Ijavenport, Iowa.
Ladies. Suits and Jackets nearly Given Away