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rlHE AliGIJS, 11MDAY, AUGUST 25, 18U3.
Highest of all in Leavening Power
PEFFER AND PENCE
Two Populists Most Prominent
in Silver Pleas.
STEWART TOO COURTEOUS F02 LUCK
II I.of an .p rtimi'.v'to M ike aSpecrli
anil I.iotf.io to i?ie Kan;i Man, Who
I'rr4ijtin01jrl l.ctftoii I'.-iirc I'roiM
a try fi.i.' i.i r:ii r mil l;.i... Ihe
l.ffuii :n v;,.( r: irv. lignum. Mini Voor
t.ei (uptta! tity l!i ill'..
WA:uxir.iN. i;. IV !T-r i;i;l:e'!
t?:e sennte i-in:ritut;nii :o silver lter.it'ire
j-es.fur.Liy l.y the sir.-i.-e .if Ste.vnrt's ant:-'M
oi Co::: :.. .-te.vart i:A 1 t'ne Coor, it tie
ins; tr-vi-n Lira l.y i he cruiir w lien nppesl.'.l
to. lr..t 1 1.1,1 !. -mi ..'.,- -j.il LL. w.iu; ! yu l l to
I'tlTer a li .i,a i' It.meil ;!.e .1 Hr-i.' i.e.le
ire 1 very much lo lilrr the e:;.V.e
at onr-e. The chair, aujrvjitnf tint ?-teiv-iirt
ha.l ;.V-.'i:iii !y yiel. 1.1, then recuniz?!
I't-.Tet ".!;! he ;irwj to -penk for three
l.tnr. i.i.d w- foil'-weil t-y Allen, an
other IV; nils:. .-tewrt. coi.seyK-ntly,
did :ir. i;k at ail. hut will no d uhtsiu
cee.i Letter the t;et time he wants M de
liver an aii.iress.
1 lie Punic ant! the Tariff.
I'iftVr II r-t charged that Uie financial
trouhle wa- caused jr practical treason
on the rait of n class which he hopeil
would be relieved from the responsibility
of utenlihir fr.ru the people. Alluding to
the s'.iKCes: i.n made by pro:eeti.ii:::s
tSat fear to rh.-itises. in the t.irill had
much to do with the financial panic lie
Asked what fear h ul the farmers, nie
cl.nr.irs -r 'he clerks of the country ( hat
marmfnct urine es'.iMishuients v. ere in
darifc'er f.-om the present administration
Haw ley siif-teil trie cae of a t::;iun
facturiiiit tow n where projected new con
ttruct -.:: were stopjie i by a fear of tar:M
chai L-e-. and ake! iv ether the mechanic-o:
s;r. h a town w! i hint expected
to :.! w.-ik v-i-re ti.it iuter.--.tfd in the
Want of Order the Trouble.
I'elTer replied that whenever a manufac
turing es-:iiii;-niiient really closed bvcaue
of any f -a. ..f tamprriust with the tarirl
he won1. : nir the senator's que-tiuii.
He did n, t is .i.-ve that there was one such
case it. n t!i.-uan;l. lie i no doubt that
there vr.- a treat r:ia:.y ca-es where nun
did n t ; r. ed w t h projected enterprises
bec.'iu-e tit y feared that they would not
reci ;ve the ;.r l.-ction n.,v aflurded them.
Hut I.i- ,ii:s;,..i that n, v, and for the last
half df z. n years, the failures-of manufac
turing e-tatjh-hments (Jid not come Irom
any pro;c c::ve t.ir:fT policy, but from
want of orders. This meant, said Ptffer,
wat.t i f muriey, nn.1 this indicated tiie re
m -it.-.i-r of his arktnnient that free coin
age wui.'.d supply the money.
, iti-eii to ne or Nothing.
He declare i himself in favor of "free and
nti'.imite 1 .-..iiiaire of silver, 10 to 1. that
or riothi.ij." He had no compromise toof
fer and would accept none. He went on
to nrue that it was the government
niit.ta-.-e that ave the legal tender quali
ty to uold, as well a to bilvcr, and be il
lustrated his argument by the exhibit of
a Kuld eale and a bar of pold of exactly
the wtme weight and purity. The eagle
was leeal tender in payment of all debts,
but the bar waa not. "Why is it?" he
aid. "that this coin is money and that
thi bar is not? " He wished t.i hold up
the bar to view, but (to the amazement of
the senate) he could not lay his hand on it.
I do not know were the bar is," he said,
with an air of surprise.
Fiat Ioet the Business.
lie found it in a moment and gaid that
the coiu was money and that the bar was
a commodity, and that, therefore they
were not oi equal value, me coin was
worth fiO and the bar was worth only
t'.0. "The coin is flat money. The coin
has on its face 'ten dollars,' and there is no
other way of keeping its value but
through the forms of law." PetiVr then
went on to criticise Yoorheea for what be
called his political ap.istacy.
HAD FUN IN THE HOUSE.
Populist Penre Make a Witty and Nota
There was more fun in the house than
in the senate f here generally is. Pence.
Populist of Colorado, was master of cere
monies, and showed that when spee-rh i.
the order the day he will be a decided acqui
sition. Pence said he had come to Wash
ington expecting to find n warm corner
and a comfortable seat in the old Mc
Creary inn. But he had lcen shown the
door, and on inquiry he had discovered
that the old hostlery was bein run on the
European plan. laughter. He had be
lieved that he would receive n cheerful wel
come because he hud been told that Mc
dreary had in ls!l been tendered a vot
of thnnk" by a Kentucky convention foi
Ids advocacy of the fiee coinage of silver.
He (Pence) was allied to Kentucky by
marriage, and lie had le!ieved that he
could rely upon Kentuckians; but he had
been compelled to telegraph to his people,
or rather his wife, that he hjd been
fooled. Laughter. He had been taught
by Voorhees, Cooper and Bynum; and
right well had they taught him. Laugh
ter He then turned his attention to th
gentleman from Indiana (Bynum). He
protested agaiust the abject surrender
which that gentleman had just made.!
Applause. It was not necessary for him
to read a number of upeeches made by
that gentleman under the prior adminis
tratiou. He would coutent himself with
referring to what his owu eyes had wit
nessed. He would go back only to Oc
tober, when Bynum. Black of Penn
sylvania, and Wilson of West Virginia,
were advertised to make a tour through the
country for the purpose of organizing
Imocractic clubs. How warmly the peo
ple of Denver bad treated these men.
Then the gentleman from Indiana (By-J
sum) had addressed the largest audience
that had ever assembled in Denver. In
The Rocky Mountain Nevrs was a steno- i
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
graptnc repoi l -t ins Brccu, iu v n.ru ue
said: "I have always been in favor of
the free coin Hgi-of silver. I have
voted for free c oinae from the time the
question lia l;n before congress and 1
will do so every ti.-ue the question comes
up." (Iniixtiter and applause. He
(l'ence.i trusted that the teach -r would
not re -.tike tin scholar when he venture 1
to tell l:l!i that the question had now
come up. Apj l iuse mm laughter
l'etice paid hi . res;.-cts to senator Voor
hees, a i.i criticised him for the (: im h -ha
1 tah' ii. lie could not but be rei.iudid
(since Voorhees had taken theatiie stand
as .hernial;) of nil art icle written by the
senat.ir and pu! ii-he 1 iu the Nor'h .ni.T
iean K. ,iw , U unuuciiii; S,ivrmii:i list!;.
financial Wi-ati ei cock of the l.ati. n.
I Jiuiiter an I applause j Anil then f.iere
was no wonder that the ordinary people
could find no distinction be: ween the pres
ent secretary of :he treasury, Mr. Carlisle,
ami the ex-secre'aiy of the treasury, Mr.
Sherni.in. The .story of the temptation of
Mr. Carl.sle wo ild In? one of the sa l lest
i:i the history of the outury.
In this connection he quoted an ancdo:-.-fllout
a Mran-.T in a smalltown. He
wanted topi .'Cha:cM. He carnf1 to a
white church on which was the inscription
"Lutheran Chun h." He came to a brown
church en wh.ch w-i the in-a.-ription
"l.ntiieran Chur -h." He returned his
hotel and a-ked t he proprietor how it w a
that ia such a small town there were
two Lutheran ch.ircin-s. The landlord re
marked that they were not quite alike
"In the white cb ireh." s.kid he, "they be
lieve that the s-rper.t tempted Eve and
that Kv tempted Adam. Over in the
brown chnrch th y believe that Adam was
a bad es' from the start." Laughter.
Uynum replied j.icularly to the tiTect
that he was ire-ed so well at Denverand
iirced so earnest! . to say something about
; silver that he hai toilo so. He admitted
his fault, cotifes--d his bin and asked for
tiveness. ( The last speak.-r the session was Mur
j ray of ."south Car. lina. the ouly negro in
; tne tiou-e. lie said there were three
classes involved in the question: The
bankers and commercial men. who con
troliedthe curre icy; the silver owners,
who had all the metal not In possession
of the government. ud the producers,
who were neither iioidbu3 nor sdverbuf;s.
He represented s, vo,mJ of the latter class,
and believed in more currency, free coin
age and bimetallism.
The Congrc lonl .summary.
Washington, An,-. 23. In the senate the
vice president ap; ointed the committee on
commemoration if the 1-Vth anniversary
of the laying of the corner-stone of the
Capitol. Yoorhets is chairman. The mo
tion to reconsider the votedeclaringl.ee
Mantle not entitlf d to a seat in the senate
was taken up, but postponed for the day.
PetTer and Allen ua le free silver speeches.
The house devoted the whole day to Jive
niinuie speeches- the time being extend
ed in individual c ises on the Wilson bill.
The fiee silver men rallied those on the
otLerside who Lid apparently changed
their views, notably McC'reary, Cooper and
Bynum, and then was a good deal of fun
ia the hou-e
llr lx-tininii Monopoly.
Washington. Aug. 25. -a "bill intro
duced in the senate by White of California,
intended as a substitute for Sherman's
anti-trust law, undertakes to define a mo
nopoly as two or more persons engaged in
or interested in the same kind of general
business for the purpose of suppressing
competition, raisit g prices or charges for
the transportation of persons or prop
erty, or limiting, decreasing, or controll
ing production. S-ucha monopoly is de
clared to be illegal
Meeting of Colored Demnrr.t.
Washington, Aug. 25. In response to a
call issued by Mr. .lames A. Ross, of Iowa,
in behelf ot theXa' ional Xero Democratic
association for ti conference of negro
Democrats to mee" in Washington, D. C.
Aug. 24-L"0, there was a gathering of 'promi
nent colored politii ians in this city. Lit
tle was done excep" to listen to letters, one
bing from Senator Price encouraging the
And Still TliPir'n a "wtrlnirency."
Washington, a ig. 2.-..-The national
bank note circulati in has passed the fcJ'.M..
000,'XH mark. The increase during the
month has twen m re than f 12.0n0,0oo. ad
since January 1 last more than fc'io.CKjo, ik).
H Murilerni Viie ami mi.i.
Milwaukee. Aug. S.A man named
Schaiff has been arrested as the murderer
of the woman found in the river with a
stone tied to her. He has made a full con
fession. Hsaid tin t the woman and child
were burdens to bin mid he determined to
get rid of them. He killed the woman on
the bank of the rivi r, choking her in the
presence of the c;ii!d. After weighting
the woman's body with the stone and pla
ingitinthe lioat lie choked the child to
death and placed her body iu the boat.
Then he coolly row, d ...it into the middle
of the stream and t ire-.v them both int.
IU'f..rm l,y the Miplmi racy.
LaiinVd. Kas., Aig. 25 -"Aunt" Bicer,
a companion to Roi-e Chapman who was
driven out of tow i the other day, has
beeu notilied to leav town or she would
be hung. She refuses to oliey. The bet
ter class of people o:' t he community seem
determined to complete their work of rid
ding the town oi nil disreputable char
acters and a conflict is apprehended. One
young married woman boasted on the
street that she would furuish Aunt Bicer
with a Winchester t J protect herself.
Kansas Corn t rap Improved.
TOTEKA, Aug. 23. Special bulletins to
the stite board of tgriculture state that
there have been soak iug rains throughout
the corn district since Monday, and that
in consequence the c mdition of the crop,
especially the late pi int. has been greatly
liana Hanson Acquitted of Murder.
Mesomisek, Mich., Aug. 25.-In the cir
cuit court Hans Han SOD. WHM ftpfl niff-Prl sin
ft charge of murdering John Matson last
1 1... . tt'i.:. ...
v-iuuti at mi iiej , a small niace on the
Felch Mountain branch of "the Chicago
and Northwestern road.
WAS A BIG CItOWD.
Host Which Celebrated
Prairie State Day.
KEARLY A QTJAETES OF A MILLION.
The Wonderful Procession from Midway
That They Saw A .Motley Throng That
Could He Seen Nowhere Else In the
World Description or the Parade Cold
Storage Heroes Honored Fair Finances
Lookiag I'p Stock Premiums.
Chicago, Aug 2.V The expectations of
a crowd at the World's fair which were
excited by the way people were going in
during the morning of Illinois day were
justified by the returns from the turn
stiles. When the totals were in the ag
gregate of paid admissions was C40.ftXi.
there were those who expected the at
tendance on the Fourth of July to be
equaled, but yesterday was not a u.t:ional
holiday, and 24l.O-.-0 people is a big crowd,
and the way Illinois responded does her
no d:-credit, for it was a Prairi State
crowd which ma le tba park black with
The tlinnre Parade.
The parade of denizens of the Plaisance
was something to remember for a life
time. There never was such a trotley
end at the same time interesting proces
sion. First came the Bedouins riding
camels nd high spirited Arabian horses.
They were allowed nearly l.OtX) feet of
space, and as the parade moved along
these wild horsemen rode back and forth
at full gallop with their snow-white robes
fluttering in the breeze, whirling their
spears about and displaying wonderful
feats of horsemanship. Afte the Bjdouins
CAine the Laplanders from the frigid
cones with their reindeer, and then Cime
the cannibals of Dahomey. They were the
most vicious and ferocious looking War
riors in the parade. They were attired as
if going into brttle.
The King an Object of Terror.
The king, n huge black fellow in fantas
tic attire, was iu the lead. On bis head
was a sort of helmet surmounted with a
pair of ram's horns. He carried a great
war club which he flourished about as he
pranced about shouting in a savage frenzy,
while his followers aang a wild war song
and beat tom-toms and acted like demons.
Hanging down the front of the cannibal
king's breast was a peculiar looking pro
tector made of polished human bones, and
around his neck, was au ornament of hu
Ah Sin Escorts m Dragon.
The Chinese, with an awful-looking dra
gon sixty feet long, came next. It was
was made of rice paper on a bamboo frame
and carried by twenty Mongolians. Noth
ing but their feet could be seen and the
horrid thing moved along in a wonder
fully life-like manner. Strangely attired
musicians, with instruments no less
strange, accompanied the dragon and the
music. If such it can be called, was ear
splitting in the extreme. A baud of sav
age Sioux from the wilds of the west in
war paint and feathers followed the Chi
nese, and after them came the South Sea
Civilization in the Rear.
Then in turn came the Hawaiian, Per
sians, the Egyptians with .heir camels
and donkeys, the Turks, the Moors, the
Swiss horn-blowers, HagentietVs lions.
the natives of Johore, the Algerians and
the inhabitants of the Irish and Herman
villages. In the main grounds they were
Joined by the Italian marines and the
w est Point cadets. Further than the Illi
nois building this wonderful pn cession
did not venture, but counter-marching im
mediately returned to their Piaisance
comes followed by an admiring crowd.
MEDALS FOR FIRE HEROES.
The Men Who Rieked Their Lives at the
An interesting and impressive incident
of the day took place in the assembly hall
of the Woman's building, when Mrs. Ralph
Trantman, of New York, presented four
medals for heroism to Fire Mai shal Mur
phy, Lieutenants Barker and Miller, and
Pipeman Hans Rehfeldt. The men were
recogniced for valiant work at the cold
storage fire of July 10, Marshal Murphy
and his men having taken two men from
the burning building Just before the great
tower felL The addresses of presentation
were short. A number of national commis
sioners were present in addition to the lady
managers and invited guests.
Vice President Peck, chairman cf the
finance comaiittee,. ha a very encourag
ing word for the financial outlook of the
exjiotition. He said: "It has been diffi
cult to ascertain heretofore the amount of
the floating debt owing to the delay iu get
ting the vouchers from many depart
ments and the muny unexpected claims
that continued to appear. The auditor
has just iuformed me thai, the entire net
floating debt is now less than tlViU.OiiO,
which at the present rates a few days' re
ceipts can pay.
Among the prices awarded in the live
stock competition on Clydesdales were:
For stallious 3 and I jear old, N. P.
Clark, of St. Cloud, Miun", first piemium,
the second being taken' by Robert Hallu
way, of Alexis, Lis., who took first pre
mium for 2-year-olds, Clark takiug second.
For Hereford heifers over 2 years old. W.
5. Vannatta. of Fowler, I:id., took first;
bulls, over 1 year. II. J. Fluck, Goodwii,
Ills.ibulls, 1 year and under, Robert Ogil
via, Madison. Wis.; bulls, 2 years and
under; H. J. Fluck, Goodwin, Ills.
Debs Mistaken About the Firemen.
Tekue Halte, lud., Aug. 23 The re
port of the board of trustees of the Broth
erhood of Firemen makes a good showing
for the order, and thereby conflicts with
the statement of Secretary Debs, of the
the American Railway Union. Debs has
been saying that the brotherhood was on
the decline. The report shows an increase
in membership from 20.1XX) to 2S.0S1 iu the
fiscal year ended July 31 last. Iu the year
1024,678.25 were received und t308,12d.43
disbursed, leaving 3tJ,!.5T.S'J on baud.
Besides this balance there is J52.OO0 tn the
protective reserve fund.
Ordered the flank to Reopen.
San Francisco. Aug. 25. Attorney
General Hart has directed the Riverside
Banking company, of Riverside. Cala.,
which suspended several mouths ago, to
reopen its doors, as he finds the bank'
available asset largely in excess of It
St. Louis Printing Company Falls.
St. Lock, Aug. 25. The T. C. Wood
ward Printing company has filed a chattel
mortgage on all its effects, naming Will
lam Bright, A. H. Pernie, and F. O. Saw
yer aa trustees. The plaut is one of the
oldest printing establisuuieats iu the city.
Fort Scott, Kan , is very dry Just now.
The saloons have been closed under the
state I'quor law. The attorney for the W.
C. T. I, has received a letter threatening
him with tar and feathers if he does not
Merced Falls., Cal., has been visited by
a fire that destroyed f-jOO.OOO worth of prop
erty. The total population of the Tillage
is only 150.
At a reunion of Iowa veterans at Crom
well one ot the speakers, Rev. Mr. Chap
man, caused a sensation by declaring thai
if he was a Catholic priest he would for
give any old soldier without a confession
who cursed the Cleveland administration.
Mrs. K. C. Blood, who appears to have
been the president and whole board of of
ficers of the Common Sense Building and
Loan association at St. Louis, is alleged
to have fleeced the stockholders out of
between 110,000 and fSO.OOO.
A letter found in a bottle near Otsego,
Mich., says that the writer murdered the
Borders at Fall River, Mass. It is signed
Max O'Rsilly and gives an alleged detailed
description of how tha murder was com
mitted. Wallace & Sons, 1 rass and copper man
ufacturers' at New York and Ansonia.have
suspended. Their liabilities are ST3,000:
nominal assets, ti, y.iy)
The Iron Trade Review says there is an
improvement in the iron market. It is
not great, but it is there.
The Western Brass Manufacturing com
pany's plant at Gt. Louis was destroyed
by tire. Loss, li5,i.HX.
The Dominion liner Sirni-x sailed from
Liverpool for Montreal twenty-six days
ago and has not been heard from since.
Oliituary: At Sterling, III., Mrs. Jal j
Warner, aged !'J. At Mascoiifah. HI.,
George C. Eiseuttiayer, aged 7A
Dr. Edward I'., t'onroy, n graduate of a
Chicago medical school, has iiecii arretet!
at New York charged with keeping ar
unlicensed baby farm.
All the eastern witnesses iu the case ol
Dr. T. Th.itci er Graves, ch rgd v. iih tin'
murder of Mrs Btni ihv. have pr.nni-ed
to attend the ihictor's eco.id trial .i: Den
ver. New Yorl; and Load.);: ho,, buyers .lie
iejKTie.1 10 u.ive lost. 4 .am,'!, o m an at
tempt to ci t i.er the crop o.i the P.icilii
Denver business n et - . 1 i eo i two car
loads of flour and liw of potatoes to the
unemployed of New York city.
The Indon Pelican announces that May
Yohe, the Chicago actrc-, an. I I.- r I Ho;t
have been secretly mariitd for some time.
The Birmingham Ala., cify council has
voted to issue city currency.
C. U Willoughby, of Willoughby. Ihi:
& Co., Chicggo. has dispo-cd of h.s inter
est nn.i withdrawn from that .fl.-ia. lie
retires from business entirely.
Somebody Gave fatal Advice.
Macon. Mo., Aug. 25. -Marshal D.le, at
Clarence, twelve miles east of Ma- on, hat!
a prisoner named Bud urigsby a. wur. oc
a rock pi ie. The prisomr b-oke loc,e tc
escape. Dale recaptiued G. .g-by, bathe
refused on advice to go v .in the mars'ial
without a warraut, thva drew Lis ka ,'e.
and in re-i-ting arr.-i male several at
tempts to cut Dale, w i:. :: the latter s.iot
Cemetery sup. rim. n.U-ct Adjourn.
Misnea: olls Au.'. 25. The American
association m Cemetery Superintendent
has concluded its convention. Philadel
phia was selected as the next place ol
meeting and the following officers were
elected: President, William M. S.ilway,
Cincinnati; vice president, T. McCarthy,
Providence, K. I.; secretary and tieasurer
Frank Eurich, Toledo.
Should Have vtaiieu lor tne now.
RoME, Aug. 25. Fearing that reuewed
disorders would be fomented by the an
archists the police arrested twelve of them
and surrounded the French embassy and
other buildings with troops. These pre
cautions sufficed, and no serious disturb
ances were attempted.
Only SuspenflTed a Uee.
Milwaukee, Aug. 23.-A River Falls
special says: The bank of Itiver Falls,
which suspended one week ago, has re
LOOK AT TIIE
SIZE of the or
Think of all tho
trouble and dis
turbance that it
thing easier to
I take, and easier
' in its ways, if
at the same time
it did tou more
rood I That is the case with Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. They're the smallest in
size, Uw mildest in action, but tho most
thorough and far-raching in results. They
follow nature's methods, and they give help
that lasts. Constiiatioa, Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all
derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels
are promptly relieved and permanently cured.
" If we can't cure your Catarrh, no matter
how bail your case or of how long standing,
we'll pay" vou .MK) in cash." That is what
is promised bv tho proprietors of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy. Iocsn't it prove, better
than uny words could, that this is a remedy
that cure (Viturrh Cobts only Sf cents.
JOTICK TO CONTRACTOBS.
S!ed proposals will he received at theCitv
ClerkV offire. Hock Island. 111., ontil Mondav,
sett lsiti.lSOS oi 5 o'clock p m.. for constmctire
improvement ordered hy an ordinance of ciM
city i sscd Kelmsry ghii, 1S&3, andentit'rd "An
ordiuance for tho cotstroc'irn of a svte-t of
hewers in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth.
Fortv-srcoad, Fcrtr thirl ami Forty-nib. streets
and Railroad aver.ue on Mxih avenue, and on
Seventh avenue and in allrvs in b'orks 1 and 2
Bmo!i addition, m bl. cls'B nr.d C. Edeewoo,!
park addition. KcMaMe "s addition, Forn-for.rth
F'rret addition, and iu Bruokn Secord adi'ilion
all in the city of Rock lelaud, Illinois.
Plans and enecifications can be seen at the
City clerk's office.
Al. bids most he accompanied with a certified
rheck in the aum of $i5U payable to tr-e c ty
treasurer of said city la case the raid biddt r
baliffdl to enter into contract, with nnnrrvrH
ruret e. to exernte the woik for the price men
tio'rd in hi hid.
The j reserves the tight to reject any or all
Rock Island, 111.. Aug. in, psoj.
A. D. HUES1MJ, City Clerk.
Under the matagt ment of
CHAS. T. KISDT.
AttraciioDs every evening and Sunday after
noon. Band Concerts. Wednesdays. Fridays and Sun
days. Illezant metis at ail boors at 5c, GOc and 7Sc
Urder by Telephone So. 1S20.
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Our Yai n Ptock is complete, coiuprliirgU ih
kind. in ii e hrt colorings.
Hug, Hasler, Sciiwentser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
217, 217 W. Secnna St., DAVENP0K7. loff.
Tinware And Hotjsk
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots. 12. 14, 17c
Whi'.e tcranite plates, 5in 03c
' Gin 04c
" Tin 05c
" side dishes 05c
1 covered sugars 15c
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this J L
weeK tverytning must
avoid the rush.
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to do Your Knittin?.
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bargains which we will
ime granite bakers. . .7. 1". 15, l:
" platters -2X :v
" " scollop nappies 7. P."c
18 qt dish pans :"e
o in ue tins
go. Come early and
FAIR AND ART STORK.
We are ready
To show you
A full and
Complete line of
FALL AND WINTER
114 West Second Street,
DAVENpORT, 10 W A.
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