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THE AliUUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1893.
Highest of ail in Leavening Pover.
Kept at the Grounds of the
BRILLIANT PAEADETO STAETWITH
Followed by Oratory ami Mnslr lit the
Inrk lic:o Ir'mriny: to C'!'lirale
H-t O lo Si-t- h Wonder in SjXTi.tl Iiiy
Thf Itiiiinrr IYsliv.il in Honor of Itie
MVwrii lt trnpitlN An Outline- f tho
Cv.'. Auv. The "nu-toor il.i.u of
England" is vi-ry niuc'i in eviili-iire in
Chicago today. It is l'.ritish iltiy at the
f iiratil (in . -it llrilnin mid all lu-r dejuii-tU-ticics
are making merry in various ways.
The d.iy lieiran with a parade on Michigan
avenue aiid ailjoinini; streets in which
ut)out ci persons participated, the pranil
marshal Udn Captain (iordon, the corti
nintidins :!ir-er of the British troops in
the military tournament at the fair. This
was a hri lianr pai;i ant, el! the tournament
soldiers in their l.ri-ht uuifornis takincr
part with the following organizations of
Britis'.i Anu ricans: I'luform rank Sons of I
St. lieo . ce, C'U veland (Ohio) Scots Guards. 1
Royal Scots, Caledonian Societies, Scot
tish Clans, order Sons St. George and
Loyal Orange societies. Then there were
Canadian societies. Daughters of St.
George, St.. Andrews society, l'-rilish ex
hibitors, !vi-.t Indians, Zulus and many
others from Jackson park who hold alle
giance to ;he "ti.it littiu isle."
l.xerris- at the 1'ark.
rri . . . ...
a ne parade over, the crowd made its wav
to the World's fair, and the ceremony of
"trooping the colors" was gone through !
witti in front of the ictoria House, the
British headquarter at the fair. Later
there will be a meeting at I'estival hall
presided over by J. Hayes Sadler, British
consul at this city. He will make an ad
dress on "The liritlsh Umpire," und will
De followed by Mayor Harrison. Then ad-
dresses wid I e made by representatives of , the sufferer, but then- is small hope of
the different peoples present. The exercises j his recovery. Walton v.-hs captured short
will I.,- interspersed with music "God j ly after the cutting and was taken to Mor
Save the yueen," "Star Spangled Banner." . ganfield, to which plate Keith was aLso
r-ome. ucet Home" and "Kule Bri
tannia.'' Jn the evening the Brutish mili
tary touriiHtnent will lie visited, at which
place a goid medal will be presented to
Corporal Evans, of the First Life Guards,
in recoLnita.ii of the heroism of his con
duct at the time i. f the cold storage fire.
The exercises wili conclude with the illn.
miiiatioti of the grounds and a fine display
of fireworks. ,
liif-ugo Ihv to Mr fireat.
Chicago day i t the fair, Oct. 9, unless
the plans of -.he council World's fair com
mittee, ns announced by Chairman Kerr,
go amiss, will be the greatest, event in the
history of the exposition. The whole pro
gramme will take place inside the gates,
parades and all. The first great parade
will start on its march through the grounds
at 2 p. m. This will le the parade of the
tttates and cities. It is proposed that each
Btate shall be interested to the extent of
having selected from each of its counties
the most beautiful young lady to represent
her county. She is to be between Is and
20 or thereabout, and after all are chosen
they are to adopt some striking; and
characteristic uniform. From each of the
large cities of the state young men of
about the same age as the girls are to be
chosen to represent their cities. They too,
are to be uniformed.
Mardl Oraa Tat in the Shade.
Just after dusk a parade calculated to
put into the background the Mardi Gras
and the Veiled Prophet will make a tour
of the grounds. In thU procession will be
floats representing all the nations of the
earth. In the van will be four floats typ
ical of Chicago and representing the four
great est events in its history. The first
will lie 1S()2, the Fort Dearborn; the sec
ond, 1819, the Fort Dearborn Massacre; the
the third. 1S27, the City Charter, and the
fourth, 1S71, the Great Fire. These four
floats will lie constructed at the expense
'21 t? con:struct,e nt tne exI'ene
city, the others at the expense of the '
.t.t t.ntiona ,nu,i,J!.i , '
oi tne cit;
the city composed of their sons an
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ters. Many nations have alrenc
fied a willingness to construct floats, and
each has expressed an intention of not be
ing outdone by any other nation.
fireworks 'Will Cap the Climax.
After this parade will come the fire
works, fo- which the World's fair council
of administration has agreed to expend
fltyXH). Tlie features of this display will
be set, pieces representing the four epochs
of the city, the greatest to lie a piece 1 H)
feet long representing the burning of Chi
cago. 'The council of administration nlso
will fringe the lagoons w'rth electric lights
placed about eighteen inches apart, as the
court of honor is now fringed. It will
ilium niate the Wooded Island as it has
never been lighted before.
FUTURE LEADERS OF OUR ARMY.
Arrival of the Cadet I rnm West l'oiitt
There was no military' escort for the
West Point cadets when ther marched
from the Terminal station to their camp
on the Government building green. Only
half a hundred Columbian guards led the
way, but thousands of visitors lined the
paths through which the handsome boyg
In grey marched with shouldered arms,
giving hearty cheers for the young social
aud military lions of the White City. Cap
tain Schuyler, of the Third cavalry, led
the way for the columns in grev command
ed by Colouel Mills. Mtmy West Point
graduates in the uniform of their regi
ments and civilian dress were among
those who welcomed the 280 young men
from the banks of the Hudson.
The Austrinns had a triumph of decora
tion in, the preparation of Music hall for
their exercises yesterday in honor of the
birthday of Francis Joseph. ;The plat
form was a tuiirvel of decorntn e beauty.
Over the silkeii stars and utiles draperf
on a high stand an.-eiigle s'Tetched its
winis lie low w.i 4nved large hrou.c
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
' hunt of his imperial majesty snrrouuiiea
by the royal colors o:' black and Kohl, the
imperial eaple on a Bilk ground of the
I same colors, while oil around were scat
tered the various colt rs of the empire. On
j a pedestal covered wi:h the Austrian b:m
; tier gleamed an 1 Hashed an immense jew
eled r.nl qold.'n crown and a sword of
' At a lianque at the White Horse Inn to
' I. W. lire' os, conductor of (Jilmore's
hand, which closes ts fair eniMKeinent
next week, and at which were present the
bandmasters of the ''.Vest l'oiitt cadets,
the liritish (.irenadier, Conductors lx-is-Kar.g
of the Chicago 1 mil, and Ilia id of
the Cincinnati band as well as many
musical aiti-ts, ii,-i.-rs, siiwrs, co:n-
iixisrf. jiiiil criiics. rs K. iitaine li'ss. n.
; v..c ot tV iies.son, of JjonUon, lueseiicea to
y.r. lieeves a rich bati n mounted in Kohl
The awards on pain' in::-; have l.een giv
en out. am from the l.st it appears that of
the (t.OiKi pj.-;im-s about 10 per cent, iu.ve
I vi u awarded mtdalsnnddiplonias setliti';
forth the points (if excellence of their
The Maharajah of Kapurlhala 1ms de
parted, highly pleased with everything he
Total paid admissions vesterdav were
THEY LYNCHED THE
Though II is
Victim I Not Vet Head A
KvANsVlLLi;, Ind., Aii. U.-Charles
Watson, the negro who cut the throat of
little Sam Keith, a 1 V ear-old boy, was
lynched by a mot) of a'-mut 1,500 citizens of
Morgan field and Vuiontown, Ky. The
tanging occurred in Ti ylor's woods, about
a mile from Morgan! eld. Young Keith
was at the IJniontown fair selling water
melons. Towards evening Walton suc
ceeded in coaxing Keiti into a field near
tne I,lir grounds. Wl en out of sight of
Pe'i"e Walton cut the boy's throat in
a f.,u.f,,i ......... i i I , i
a fearful manner and then robbed him
The negro fled, and t ie boy, crawling to
the fetice.mauHged to attract the attention
of passers-by by making a peculiar gurg
ling sound. He was ci rried into a house
at the fair grounds at d physicians sum
moned. Everything possible was done for
taken on a social train. The prisoner was
identified by the boy. The mob formed
quietly and learnirg that the prisoner
Alison tne way to tb? Henderson jail,
twenty miles distant, tl ey set out to fol
low. They came up with tie officers and pris
oner about a mile fron Morganficld, and
taking Walton out of ti e surrey, placed a
rope around his neck at d swung him to a
tree limb. The negro begged piteously
for his life but did not d ny his crime. The
rope was tied abort the tree and the body
left hanging until 6 a. n .. when it was cut
down and hauled to Mc rgautield. It was
then buried in a hole in the ground, with
out a box, iu potter's tie d.
KANSAS INCOME AX SCHEME.
It Will I'rodure a Itrvenue of Two Rllliom
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. in. Lieutenant-Governor
Daniels, or" Kansas, has sent
to Washington for introduction in con
gress his graduated incjme tax bill. It
provides for a tax of 1 p -r cent, on estates
of less than ?2,tKK),0(K); of 3 per cent, on es
tates between $'--,(KKI,000 and $.r,000,(XK; of
18 per cent on all i states of over that
amount. Inheritances and legacies are
also to be taxed.
Lieutenant Governor Daniels estimates
that if his bill become a law the gov
ernment will the first yenr realize a rev
enue of S2,.'HK),(XiO,(K0. This will gradually
grow less, accord. ng to h s theory, until it
is finally destroyed, the millionaire being
driven out of existence aiid the property of
the country licing more evenly divided.
A large portion of the revenue thus de
rived is to lie used in exteneive internal
Helm' New Railn ly I ninn.
St. Louis, Aug. 19. A mass meeting of
railroad men was heid at
, , ,,
tall for the purpose o:
iiunTiuiu luuinuj i u me new union
of railway employes. 1 ugene V. Debs,
editor of the Fireman'- Magazine, and
I George W. Howard, ex-gtand chief of the
conductors' association, addressed the
meeting. A permanent ( rganization was
effected with over 100 charter members.
Kan Over Six CI ildren.
Ciscisnati, Aug. lit. A special to the
Enquirer from Martin's Ferry, O., says:
Near this city a traction engine became
unmanageable and ran backward down a
hill, crushing six children who were fol
lowing it, under the wheels. Carrie and
Nellie Ackerman, aged U and 5, were
killed outright; Ella King, both legs
broken, will die, and threi others are dan
ItegKtta at I.uke Geneva.
Lake Gexkva, Wis., Aug. 1!). The win
ners ut the rowing rtgatta here were as
foljows: Junior pairs, mile. Bender and
Knapp, Iroquois, Chicago, 10:04''; senior
singles, .f mile, Hedley, i:V; senior dou
bles, mile. Stars of Buffalo, Khtiti.1 a ; sen
ior pairs, Dubuqties, 11:0V; senior "fours,
mile, Argonauts, H:.".J; eight oars, uni
versity mixed crew, 5:xi.
Gone on a I'erlloiiH Voyage.
Kaiiwav, X. J., Aug 19. Captain
Chris Paulsen, who intencs to cross the
Atlantic in a 10-foot No -wegian skiff,
has started on his 'perilous trip. Provis
ions for only t wo weeks cculd bestowed
away, owing to the smalln. ss of the craft.
He will depend on meeting the trans
Atlantic steamers to replenish his store of
provisions and water.
On the liase f lallf leiu.
Chicago, Aug. 10 Following are the
spores at base ball made by League clubs: J
4t Chicago Washington , Chicago 7; at
Baltimore Louisville 8, Baltiimjre 2; at
Philadelphia St. Louis 8, Philadelphia
2; at Brooklyn Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 8;
at Nimv York Cleveland 9, New York K.
DISCUSSING A CUT.
Officials and Employes of the
C, M. and St. P.
TEN PEE CENT. DECREASE IN WAGES
All Hands Involved Except Those Getting
No More Than SSO Ter Month The Re
duction Talked Over, but No Conclusion
Announced 1 Mar. Ia., Hanks Iloth
Suspend 'With Ahnndraent Assets
Financial Situation Notes.
Milwaukee, Aug. 10. A secret confer
ence between officials of the Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul Hallway company
and the grievance committee of the
Brotherhood of B'lilway Trainmen rela
tive to a reduction of wages, has taken
place here. Arrangements 1 ad been
made to meet at Chicago, but the griev
ance committee did not complete its secret
work and the officials of the road decided
to meet them in this city. The company
was icpresented at the conference by Gen
eral Manager F. J. Earling, Geueral Sup
perintendtnt W. G. Collins nnd Assistant
General Superintendent E. W. McKenna.
It was learned that the officials informed
the committee that a reduction of 10 per
cent, in all wages in the operating depart
ment, except alone in cases where the pay
does not reach $50 per mouth in individual
cases, was absolutely necessary and would
be made on Sept. 1.
Iiealied No Conclusion Yet.
The etitire ground was carefully gone
over and all reasonable questions as to the
present amount of business being done by
the company, the percentage of falling
off, etc., were answered by the officials,
and official reports in support of their
statements were exhibited. The committee
was inf.rn cd that the company did not
desire to make any cut, but found it abso
lutely unavoidable at this time, a.id as
surances were given that the reduction
would not lie continued a day longer than
It was found necessary. No conclusion
was reached at a late hour. Both officials
and the committee refuse to talk.
BOTH BANKS ARE CLOSED,
Although the Assets Will More Than Pay
LE Mars, la,, Aug. 19. Ix; Mars was
surprised by the suspension of all the
Viauks in the city. They were the First
National and lje Mars National, with a
capital of $100,000 each. Notices were
posted on the doors that the suspensions
are due to inability to realize on assets,
but that all the depositors will lie paid.
At a meeting of the bankers of the c.ty it
was decided not to open. During the past
three months over f5o0,000 have been with
drawn from the banks by depositors and
the banks decided that they could not
stand the s:rain any lodger. The Le Mars
National bank, the oldest bank in the city,
notified the other bank that they could
not open and as a means of self-protection
the other bank de-iced to close. The Le
Mars National has paid out over fJOO, 000 on
deposits during the past three nioutl.s.
The assets of the banks are far iu excess of
Will Not Affect Mcsaba Mines
DUXCTII Minn., Aug. 19. Telegrams re
ceived from Mr. Oliver at Pittsburg- state
that the receivership of the Oliver Iron
and Steel company will not affect the
Mesaha mines, leased by the Oliver Min
ing company. At the Mentha Mountain
mine, one of the other projierties, the
captain has lieen instructed to begin next j
Monday with night and day crews. Ti.e j
Biwabik mine which suspended two weeks
ago lias resumeo. lue canton mine,
it is said, will resume mining operations
early next week.
Unemployed Mob at Fresno.
FCESXO, Cal., Aug. 19. A mob of unem
ployed men started out to raid the Chinese
employed at the vineyard, in this vicinity.
The sheriff went out with a posse and in
tercepted them as they were driving off a
lot of Chinese to town. These he liberated
and Bent back to work and announces that
any person unlawfully interfering with
the Chinese will be arrested.
State of Affairs on the "Range."
DuiXTn, Aug. 19. At a meeting of the
county commissioners Colonel Geggie,who
was sent to the range to investigate the
stories of general destitution, pre ented
his report. He states that there is no
actual suffenng at Virginia, where most
complaints were made, but that some des
titution exists at Merritt, McKinley and
Only the Ileginniug of Reduction.
Philadelphia, Aug. 18. Between 3(H
and 400 men employed in the machine
shops of the Baldwin Locomotive worns
have been laid off liecause of the money
stringency and lack of orders. The man
agers of the works say this is the begin
ning of a reduction in force which will re
sult in 2,000 of their employes being
thrown out of work.
Will Try to Keep the Cai.li at Home.
ATLANTA, Aug. 19. At a large aud har
monious meeting of representative labor
ing men resolutions were adopted calling
upon Atlanta workingmen to patronize
only home industries. They take this step
believing that it will keep at home much
money which now goes out aud enable
small manufacturers experiencing hard
times to prosper.
Hank Resumes Itusiness.
SruiSGFIELD, Mo., Aug. 19. The Bank
of Marionville, whicli is connected with
the Bank of Springfield, both of which
failed during tne last two weeks, has re
sumed business, aud it is believed the
Bank ot Springfield will be on its feet
again in a few weeks.
Tell Farmers to Hold Wheat.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 19. A La
Crosse, Wis., special says: The S. Y. Hyde
Elevator compuny aud the Cargill Eleva
tor company jointly issued a "hold your
wheat" circular to farmers of the north-
Wisconsin Central Retrenching.
Milwaukee, Aug. 19. A Waukesha,
Wis., special says: The shops of the Wis
consin Central railroad have been closed
by order of the new superintendent. The
entire force has been laid off.
Cpidemic Among the Lambs.
IOMA, Mich., Aug. 19. A serious epi
demic has broken out among the sheep in
Ionia county. Three prominent farmers
have already lost-over 400 lambs tha "were
reeentiy imported from Kentucky aud
three-fourths of another large flock oi
home-bred lambs h'nve died.
Ijabor matters are ouiet at New York,
though anarchists, so say the police, are
trying to bring about a renewal of the tur
bulence. Wm. J. Jamison, a colored herb doctor,
who killed John Aron, near Cliola Station,
Ills., was hanged at Quincy. The crime
was committed April 19, lSifJ.
The military was put in possession of
Bombay, again to prevent Hindoo-Mussel-man
Major Frank Brownell, who slew Jack
son, the hotel keeper who shot Ellsworth
In 1S02 at at Alexandria, Va., is visiting
the World's fair.
The Virginia Democratic convention re
fused to adopt free silver resolutions.
At an institute conducted by leading
negroes of the south, held at Birmingham,
Ala., Prof. A. II. Councils advocated the
scheme of all the negroes going back to
The annual meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of Sci
ence commenced at Madison, Wis., with
some 100 members in attendance.
A rule in effect in Leipzig, Saxony, as
sesses the expense of calling out the fire
department on the owner of the house
where the fire originated.
By a recently issued impvrial edict wom
en are hereafter debarred from acting as
editors on Japanese papers, even in the
conduct of cooking and household jour
nals or departments.
Twenty-five cornet bands nnd several
thousand people assemb!ed at Hudson,
Mich., for the eighth annual reunion of
the Michigan and Ohio Band association.
The next reunion will be at Coldwater,
A large New York dry goods store sends
during the summer months its cash girls
to a summer resort, paying their ex
penses. The following officers have been elected
by the Sons of Veterans in convention at
Cincinnati: Commander-in-chief, Joseph
B. McCnbe, of Boston; vice commander-in-chief,
H. 1', Omer, of Illinois; junior
vice commander-in-chief, C. P. Wilkinson,
The llygeia Mineral Springs company
property at Big Bend, Wis., hrs been at
tached for a claim-of S12..VHJ by contractors
who laid a section of the pipe line to the
W. S. Wilkinson, president of the First
National bank of Morrison, Ills., died sud
denly. He was 81 years old.
The latest candidate for the Chicago in
ternal revenue collectorship is B. N. Hub
bard. Residents of western Kansas are trying
to have the state capital moved to Mc
Pnerson. They threaten that unless they
succeed they will divide the state, organize
a commonwealth of their own and name it
Wanted to Legalize Lynching.
Toteka, Kas., Aug. 19. The citizens of
Highland township, Sumner county, have
been refused a charter for a 'Protective
Association," which means an ussx-ittion
for the nrevention of horse stealing Thia
charter was applied for in accordance with
an act passed by the legislature which
gives the members of such associations the
authority of deputy sheriffs. Had the
charter stopped at this po'nt it would
have been granted, but the members
wanted not only the power to arrest, but
the power to try and convict the culprits
they might catch and execute thern.
Kly' McKee's Mother lo!soncd.
Bevekly. Mass., Au- At. Mrs. U. A.
McKee, mother of Baby McKee, is suffer
ing from the effects of poison, thought to
be from ivy, with whicli she doubtless
came in contact in some of her recent out
ings. She is confined to her house.
Indians to Try the Keel, j Cure.
Leavenwoimh, Ka-s.. Aug. 19.--Two
full-blooded Indians of the Delaware tribe
have arrived here from Coney, Ivivs., to
take the Keeley cure.
Trouble hHu "luipoi-it-d" Men.
KANSAS ClTY,Aug. 19. The imported ne
gro mitiers at the Ceutml Coal company's
shafts, near Weir City, Kan., who recent
ly took the places of the strik rs have de
manded an increase of wages of 0 cents
per ton, yearly scale, and propose to strike
if their demand is refused.
lohnsou lireaks a Hike Itecovd.
Minneapolis, Aug. 19. -J. s. Johnson
knocked 15' seconds off the three-mile
bicycle record on the Minnehaha track,
making the distance in 7:I.V"4' against 7:31
made by Wa Her at Indianapolis, July 5
ient More Thau Its Income.
Albany. Aug. 19. The annual report of
the H a:ner Palace Car con.pajy for the
year ended June 3"), 1M, shows gross earn
ings of 4,1UC!.9. and expenses 1,349,160, a
delicti lor one Jeur ol -'.'4.l,571.
Went After Dinner.
Patrick It's poor advice ye've been
givin me. Didn't ye say th liost toime
to ask a mo:i :i favor was afther dinner?
Bifkiiis I certainly did.
"Well, Oi wint to onld Buffers width'
sclnnallfst koind av a .raiuest, and he re
fused. It was afther dinner too.
"Are you stwe he had had his dinnerr"
"Faith it's little Oi know about ould
Buffers' ingoin's nnd outcomin's, but Oi
had moine." New York Weekly.
Getting IVInts From the Savage.
It is said there is a tribe iu Africa
where speakers in public debate are re
quired to stand on one leg and are not
allowed to speak longer than they can
fctand in that position. With all our
boasted civilization we discover every
r.ow and then points in which savages
surpass us. Exchange.
4 1 TO BRACE VP the
system after "La Grippe,"
Tini.ii mnni n f arc nrA
, other prostrating acute dis-
cuses , 10 uuua up neeuea
fleh and strength, and to
restore health and vigor
when you feel "run-down
and used-up, the best thing
in the world is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery.
It promotes all the bodily
functions, rouses every or
gan into healthful action,
purifies and enriches the
blood, and through it
uiuitns, jvpnirs, una in v lg-
1 or&res tne enure system.
T.' . I 1 1
x 01 v-ae most sxuooorn
Scrofulous, Skin or Scalp Diseases, Dyspep
sia, Biliousness, and kindred ailments, the
" Discoverv " is the only remedy that's
ffuarante&L. If it doesn't benefit or cure,
you have yeur money back.
Can yon think of anything morp convinc
ing than the promise that is made by the
proprietors of Dr. t-'sse' A&tarrh Remedy I
tts this: " If 'we ciui't cure your Catarrh,
we'll pcy you $501 ia cash."
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Now is the Time to do Your Knitting.
Onr Yarn stock is complete, comprising all ihe If a '.i
kinds iu the be-t co'oiings.
Hug, Hasler, Schwcntscr.-
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
217, 21?i W. Secona St., DAVENPORT, IOWA.
A FAIR EXCHANGE.
You can't afford to be mistaken in a shoe. If it
is all right, you can wear it; if it isn't, you can't.
plain about. You will iike our fine $3 shots. For a gocd
maty reasons it will please jou. It fits well, wears well, locks
ell and gives you what you pay for comfort and Eatisfartior:
Will accept Roc's Island Savings Bank certificates of tie
posits in payment of goods and accounts.
"WTrilit & GreerjetTveilt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12, 14, 17c
White frranite plates, Sin 03c
" " " Gin 04c
" " " Tin 05c
' ' side dishes 05c
4 corered sugars 15c
Everything in the store
week. Everything must
avoid the rush.
A' Clearing Sale
All of the above poods will be sold at and below
cost to make room for the Fall stock.
114 Weet Second street Pavenport, Iowa.
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if ii'a uiifit to wear, you can't
nifcfce an oinamen . f ii; yenr
tnlv a'ttrnaiive is to 'threw i;
away. Don't make a mistake
in buying. Get a good, honest
equivalent for 3 cur money in
good, honest skoeleathtr anl
mi 1 .1.;
; 30UJ1 nave nomine 10 com-
bargains which we will
White granite bakers.". .7. 1". 1. 1 v
" platters i. -.'3. I'M'
" scollop nappies 7. 11c
18 qt dish pans 20c
8 in pie tins Jc
will be slaughtered this
go. Come early and
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART STORP.