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THK AKCUTS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, ISJK3.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
SWEPT BY A STORM
Lives Lost and Property Demol
ished in Arkansas.
SEVES PEOPLE SENT TO ETERNITY
Anil Mueli I'mjieitj ir-tne.l in the
HnlitliwrAtiTt! I t r t ot tlit Mute 1 III
Inft'-r l;i.itrr liom llie Sturm in the
VimiiIi Unit Itiirci.c fli Horror I.
vl h t'-srl in t!u I'lieilir im.l Mrtiwniiii;
I.i'f!-V!LLK, net. T. A CVnrii-r J'T.rml
l:-r : !, from I.:tfJ; U.K-li. Arli.. ?-iyv A
texriii." wrt"! n ri I r.'iin-tn.'in swept over
irh "n,i destriif.iim
In i's ;uit!i. Timn ler pin! liirhtnin 'ic
coni;nir;ieil tie -t'rm. I!:n;n:it in., the
skies nlmi-t iiic atitly mi ! friL'litetiiii.;
the j'c.';i. (I:)'.- ik-it h '.Tor.) nervous ;r.i-i
trail, ti i- re;,iir:e.l The irre-iter il.i n .'
ilone in the -outl: ive-tern virt of r!:
Bt.iti li Union tiT.n'y sHvtui liutises
were !u vn lown v, omen were kille 1
outril.r. hii.1 severul persons wire seri
ously Irijure ! TIk- full extent :f ti:edii:;i
at:e l- no' known yet, tnonh it :- know:
thut con; ami cotti-u in many tic-Ms t,ne
beeu iui.: WHs'e
1 lilnrmlii Umlly I;mini;eil.
The town nf Kl.loriiil i , l-.'i.Hy iliun
Bireil, hut no report of ii-s of life l.iis Iieen
Teciive.l In the vieini y oi (.'re-ton,
Faulkner county, the storm wu- -'iit. -e
vere Hti(I)ilew over a r.utnher ; f' li.-nses,
killing liv.i persons, Cotton pom wire
blown uiuvn. c.'ttou si-nttero:! hih! much of
It lost. A tree whs blown down iu the
jTHrd of Dr. T.-.ylor at I're-ton, striking Lis
bouse, hut the tlnin.me was In:lit. Acres of
timher were felie.l in that vicinity. A!o:ij
the Arkansas river, a few miles east ;:'
Conway, in the vicinity of Ilristol, iiannti;..
to houses, fence- :;! barns is reporte 1.
There was no ;t., of life The .sto.-ui
raire.l nt Little R ick f .r half an hour, th:
wind lie-twin ; at tin- r.t'e or ::y miles a'l
bour .-ever-.; !.i.i..i.::.-s -.e:e damae.l.
but no '.i-ii-il: :e- -ie:''irr-e.i
Ti; G'JL- CO AST STORM.
Slririe jf Dentli in. I reol.ii inu Con
tinue t Citine In
Ni:w ):;: kns L' . O.-t. ; -With the
teler.ipli wir-rs : n iri ti more regularly,
the l.ip-e -i; Mine perinittin -..-ores of reporter-
to ir!i-r J'.ie n.-.v,. ;he full extent
of tlie (er;-ilile ill-, is'er in this secr.i.m of
the oounrry .irv h -i o:n: ml; lumvn, ami
every nie-si,- lirin-s a.l! :t ioris to the
number of v;-.-v. re keil :u,,i lives lost.
The st.irm was luyonl all doubt not
only she worst Unit Iris ever been expe
rienced in the -outh, but it has never uny
where been equalled in its destruction of
property and its sacrifice of liuinan lives
by any storm coniined to as limited au
ar'e: of country.
A list has been prepared that is fairly
accurate of the Infers, sloops and other
llshin craft t hat have been i n.aed in the
oyster and other industries iu this section.
It is evident from the number of vessels
supposed to have been lost more than
half of liiiwe that were not in the city have
disrppeared. The stories of the deat'i and
desolation which continue toco'iie in from
the storm-striken district of southern
Iouisiuna, lying ' between Pointe A la
JIuche and the quarantine station are of
the most harrowing character. Scores of
de.id bodies are still lying on the river'9
edge or are in the high nnd tangled weeds
of the marches, whither they were driven.
Many of those who escaped are iu starving
condition, and destitution and woe pre
vail. Two Iliiglnecr Killed.
Ni:w Havkx, Ky., Oct. T. A fatal
collision occurred cm I'ottinger' creek
bridge, five miles south of this place, on
the Knojtville division of the Louisville
and Nashville. First section of freight
train No. &! broke in three pieces, coming
down the Newhope grade, t he caboose of
which stopped 'feu the bridge. Iu this was
Bleeping Andrew Burke, au engineer.
Along came the second section, striking
the cuboose right on the bridge. It went
down and with it went engine '.".12, F.n
Rineer Higgins, the caboose with Engineer
ISnrke and ten cars of coal, all in a spaco
of forty feet. Both engineers are buried
under the debris and will probably not be
found for some time.
llisanter on the liopp.
Por.T Townsenk, Wush., Oct. 7 News
was received here ;of the wreck
of the Chilian bark I.eanor four
miles north of Quillayoute and 100 miles
from here on the open ocean. The vessel
was hound from Iquioue to Puget sound
loaded with lumber. At an early hour
the morning of the 4th inst. during a gale
the hark went ashore on a rocky coast.
The vessel is a total loss. Captain Mey
ers, his wife and four seamen, names un
known, were drowned. The bodies went
down with the wreck with the exception
of Mrs. Meyeis, which was recovered.
When the vessel struck Captain Meyers
Jumped overboard with his wife and both
Drowned in Lake i:rle.
SANbt'sKV, O., Oct. 7. The steamer Nor
ma, owued by the Ohleuiacher Lime com
pauy, and bound for Lorain with stone,
was caught by the severe weather off
Huron. The deck load was lost and tw o
of the crew, Joseph Cooper, of Marble
bead, and John Fnhn, of Sandusky, were
washed overboard and drowned. Tneboat
listed to port badly, tearing off the bul
wark from the bow to the forward por
tion of the cabin, losing the entire deck
load. The Njrma was towed itito Huron
by the tug Hawley. The boiler of the
.Norma is shifted about two feet and the
machinery of the boat badly damaged.
Two Men browned.
ST. Louid, Oct. 7. A skill containing a
fishing party of four men was overturned
In the Misalssipri river near the Eads
bridge. Two of the party, Joseph Frank
lin, of 1335 South Second street, and an
unknown tuau were drowned. The Others
Vera rescued by a tug.
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
MORE CHEERFUL REPORTS.
What HrmUtrert ' sy of the Kusineti
N'lJ'.v Yokk, O.t T lira.'.street's will
s-iy: Slightly unire cii eifu. reprti from
leading Miiithern tr.i la centers, largely
due to a five ni'veaiet t of cot ton and i'i
iiivatu i iv r.f tin: i taple, c uple.l
w.th tn ire nc.'iK'i'iius i !v:ee ot improve l
tr i.le ji-tr;'i.it;im nt vesteru and nort'u
Wi'ster:: .'enters .o::-i u; . the jirincipal
p 'in's i f :n:er -sc in telegrams tc Brad
street's this w.-i-i; T;' ule was interrupiej
at New OrliMti and . obile by the disas
trous .filf storri! ear y in li? week, but
late ailvicej ar.-toth- clTeci that staple
crops h-.ve no- b.-en in irferially .inmate .'.
There is a very . ei.er; 1 report of slightly
iuiproved olleet i.ms ii. the south, coupled
with the s'.iitement that Oct. 1 seitu-incnts
have in-ii f-isrly well suet. Naval stores
have strengt iiene t both u demand anl
Texas trada reports are favorable, ex
cept that nt t lalvest 'ti tonservati-tn
granting credits has :v-tr:cte 1 distrilni
tion A good -apply o' f'.in.N for.nioviun
the cotton crop is itetii rally reported At
the west rather more i c'.iv.ty is reported
a' severa. iities, no'aMy Ciii!'gi, St.
i. )!U-. C'leveliiid. D:i tit li . St. 1'aul an.l
Kan-a- City. Lumbji- is generally higher
in price. Whi.-ky ,s more active. Tl-.j
demand for cat! L- ,ui ! aog- has al-o im
prove.!. From thi en-: r. ports are le-s
favorable, except from Baiti nore, wiiere
increa-ed sales are reported The dry
gco.l- demauil i- b.do.v the average at
Huston and Philadelphia. The demati i
for iron and steel is si i 1 limited to imme
mediate wants I'rice- tend lower, and
cash purclia-ers make their own tvrins
Anthracite coal moves more freely. Provision-
and ( :Tee are higher, while brea 1
stt.!Is. notably wheat, 1. ive declined. Re
ports to collections class them gener
ally as only ia:r. Indie itiotis of isnprove
ment in this diivction come chiefly Ir.n.i
Appointed ( oiiiiiii.-inniTi I'l-regat.l nn
i .ler of tin u r t .
SPKlNol IEl-H, Oct. 7.- Attorney (leiieral
Mai. mey has gone to W.i-hiii''t,m. I), i'
i to appear before the Tinted Slates -u-'
preme court iu what is iiiown as the "iiii-
liois-Iowa" case, and wi 1 a-k for tie le
' inoviil of the commissio lers apiiointe 1 by
I the court to carry out the older in regard
' to fixing the boundary dues between the
In this connection Iowa claimed that the
boundary lire lay in th- exact center i.f
the Mississippi river, miasured from shore
to shore, while Illinois I eld th it it was it)
th center of the main n ivigable channel.
The latter view was sustained by the
courts, llut the commi -sioners have dis
regarded t nis or. ler ami placed the boun
daiy in the middle o; tie r.ver, and the
attorney general will :;-- fjr their re
moval and the reference- of the matter to a
master in chancery
I'IihmI Iiitniuge to the Nu-liville Koail.
Lot lsVll.l.i:, Oct. 7 From reports re
ceived at the general ol ices of tiie L.iui
ville and Nashville l.ailioad con, pair,
from the section of the gulf coast devas
tated by the storm it ha- been learned that
the company's lo-s will not be nearly so
great as the lirst report!- indicated. Chief
F.ngitieer Montfort has nearly Xio men at
work repairing the track niih of Mobile,
and reports that he will nave the line com
pleted within the next two weeks. It is
impossible to run trains tieyond Mobile,
and all connecti in w it h New Orleans has
been severed. He es'imi tes the company's
loss at not less than juoo. yn). gr"?g
Ouine? Leaves Washington.
WasIIIM.-.. ..Oct. 7 Mr. Josiah (juincy.
whose visit to Washing on at this tune
resulted iu the b.it:h of consular mmiiiia-
tions, left for Boston this afternoon. Mr.
Quincy's departure mar s tiie end of ins
official and unollicial connection with the
administration and uho the practical
clearing up of the work of selecting per
sons for appointment to i onsulur offices.
Make Indignant Ieninls.
MAKQIKTTE, Mich., Oct. 7. Winters,
the baggageman, and Sharp the dravman.
( indignantly deny the story that they took
' the train robbers' hoodie from LaLiberty's
trunk and buried it in 'he ground IR.llr
' Marquette. After their release from cus
tody they were both restored to responsi
ble positions by theiremployes, which they
say implies a lielief in their innocence.
London', Oct. ".The
reporter of the
rview with the
legation in this
he situation iu
dared that many
s purporting to
tio were utterly
i specially tuauu
United Press had an int
secretary of the Brazilian
city with reference to
Brazil. The secretary dei
of tiie sensational report
describe the situation at
unreliable, and were ofiei
The Yellow l-'ever lit llruiixu ick.
Blit'Nsw ick, Oct. i. -Twenty-four cases
of yellow fever are reported and one death,
that of Mrs. K. Talkerson, of Jekyll isl
and. The death of Mrs. Talkerson was
one of peculi ir sadness. She leaves an in
fant only a few days old, its birth occur
iug the day sfter she was stricken with
Colorado Springs Has a
DlJN'VEK, Oct. 7 At C
the dry goods house of V
damaged by fire to the an
and the grocery house of
ilbur & Co. was
omit of flO.OoO
W. S. Nichols,
is in Wilbur &
have caused the
adjoining, di maged to a .
tent. Au ex llosiou of g.
Co.'s store is supposed to
Appointed by Governor i'eck.
Mapison, Wis., Oct. 7. Governor Peck
has appointed Joseph M. Morrow, of
Sparta, circuit judge of tie Sixth district
to succeed Judge A. F. Newman, who re
signed last week to take fi position on the
bench of the Wisconsin supreme court.
There wa no other candidate and no ap
position whatever develoted against Mr.
Morrow. Judge Morrow will probably be
sworn in at once and immediately enter
upon the discharge ofhis duties as judge.
Northern Pacific Train Robbers
Come to Grief.
BATTLE LASTS SEVERAL DATS.
Two of Ilia Iesperaloe Killed and
Third fatally Wounded A Smooth
Forger Who Operated in St. I'xul and
Minneapolis Captured in I'etroit Shock
ing Crime of a lather Toward Hi
Son The Criminal Kecortl
St Paul, Oct. 7. The first authentic
Jnformation in reference to the killing of
two Northern Pacific train robbers, the
fatal wouiidg of the third and the cap
ture of the other two was brought here by
passengers on the Great Northern railway.
The battle la-ted several days. Iiuring
the siege two robbers. John Sliipman and
Charles Jones, alias Kiucaid, were killed:
Ben Hall, alias Ben Ma' locks, was shot
through the tnigh and is not ex
pected to live, and Charles Brown and au
unknown man were i apt ure.i uninjured.
It is believed that the four men were im
plicated in the Northern Pac lie roh'cory,
and that the uiikniw :i man joined them
afterwards. The men were caught neat
Two Medicine creek, on the east -lope ol
the K vkies, and -o.ne d:.-:..:u" from
Kalispell. They were encainpi i near the
llre.it N. irt , ei n railroad 1 1 neks, and it is
believe 1 coiitciu. dated holding up a Great
CREDIT TO HIS CUTENESS.
The X ill-peril's of He Trance in St. I'aill
ailll M lilllt'M jmii is.
Sr. Pai l, O.t. ;. I ne forgeries here
and at Minneapolis by Stonewall J.r Ue
France were a credit to his cuteuess. He
secure.', over .?:;,'. o iio:u the Flour City
bank ol .Miiin.-iipo is, and then turned his
nttem i m to St. Pa th He went to the t.
Pan! Nn i u:t; bank am! placed a draft for
j-lo.iloo. 1I..S purporie.i to be drawn on
the Bank i t orn inerce of Indianapolis,
payable to the order ot Canuroii Klliott.
It was drawn on th I'mted State Na
tional bank of New York. The draft was
accepted and ? 1 '.'.' K pai 1 u jam it before
tiie protest c.ime in. Kiq us'tion papers
from tioverno. Nelson w, re presented at
Ban-ing. Mich., and honored by Governor
Rich. The officer proceeded to Detroit,
wheie halieas corpus pro.-eedius began in
Be France's iutere-t. The forger owns a
line residence on Trumbull avenue, De
troit, which has been attached by the
Flour City batik.
Alleged Fraud at the strip Opening.
Oklahoma Cm, O. T., Oct. 7. Petitions
are oeing circulated throughout Oklahoma
and the Cherokee strip calling on Dele
gate Flyun to demand a thorough investi
gation of the charges of gross fraud in
connection wiih the opening of the strip.
It is openly-charged that registration
official- accepted bribes and that soldiers
on the line received money. It is also
charged ihat government officials and
deputy ni ir-iials secured two bheks of
ground in Perry by the greatest fraud and
tnal Perry dgputy mar-h.i'.s made thou
sands i.f ,i,,i. a; s by i ceivitig pay for ad
vancing iiM .-- on claim- ovci ie-s fortunate
1 in. on (.iibliiinn tin 1 rial.
Nkw Veiiu. o -i. t . I he trial of Kmma
Goldman fur aiieged incendiary express
ions, was com ii. lu-d iu tiie court of general
sessions he: ore .Indite Marl in. Ktnma
Goldman, i ne deiemlant, was again pia. ed
on the -'.and and re-iuued tier testimony.
Siie denied ii tviug u-ed tiie violent i:;
pressioiis a: t I'ibu: ed to her by I he detec
tives ami upneid the anarchist doctrines,
saying among other limits, at tiie llay
tnarket riots in Ci.icait' i st.c beoeved that
the police themseive- imvw the Uunbs,
uiiil tiiai the Miarciu-:- civ justified in
killing the p.di'-e.
lneeiiiliiii t ires at Fresno.
Fuksno. Ca... Oct 7. Four fnes oc
curred here. O. W. Mennette's feed and
sale stable-were de.-t ro ed at l i :i.l o'clock
nnd Knttur A. Co.'s hay sheds at 3::i). At
'1 o'clock the packing house of Porter
B.-os. wa- found in flames. The build
ings, six tons of raisins, machinery, etc.,
valued at tll.omi, are all a total loss.
' Subsequent to this a burning parcel was
: found placed under the edue of upright
I boards ol the kitchen in the Kohler house.
All are supposed lobe the work of iucen
llt-litul father's Crime.
Bui KKoi.l). 111.. Oct. 7. Cyrus Miller, a
prominent resident of Pecatonic.i, was
brought here and bound over, to trie grand
jury. Miller was arrested by the Humane
society for beating his young son over the
bead with a lnu'iu with nails protruding
from it, dragging him around with a log
chain attached to his neck, and lockiug
him up in toe cellar for a day and u half,
all for a Pi ivml offense.
Dispute On i I'roperty Kiglils.
Kkd Bid, 111.. Oct. ".-David Dusell
shot Peter Kns-imuer ir. the forehead
with a shot gun, tearing away the scalp
and so fracturing the skull that Knsen
auer, who is lying unconscious, will die.
The trouble arose over disputed property
rights. Du-eli is closely guarded to pre.
veut lynching by friends of the dying man.
Threats Carried Into Fxerution.
Selmamaka, Oct. 7. Threats made by
whitecaps to bum gii, houses of farmers
who sell cotton for less than 10 cents are
being carried into execution. George
Moran's gin house was burned, together
with fifteen bales of cotton. Insurance
agents are cancelling all cotton ware
bouse risks in tne threatened section.
Iteputeil Millionaire Arretted.
PKovibtNtE, R. I.,Oct. 7.-John Walker,
of Cleveland, O., a reputed millionaire and
prominent i-ieuiber of the Sons of St.
George, lias ben arrested here at the in
stauceofDr. U.K. Suries, of Worcester,
Mass., also prominent in the order for al
leged liltel to the extent of f'.'O.lK.H). He has
not yet secured bail.
Weeks Aweta and Liabilities.
New Yop.k, Oct. 7. R,. U. W. Wellipg,
assignee of the absconding lawyer, pre
sented to the creditors a detailed state
ment of Mr. Weeks' assets. It shows that
the actual value of the assets are about
1500,000. The liabilities have been esti
mated at td,:!i)0,UO:l.
Eagle River, Wm., Oct. 7. Fire in the
Gerry Lumber company's yard at this
place early this morning destroyed 1,000,
000 feet of ii.mber valued at 135,000. Help
was summoned from Antigo and other
towns which came too late.
Boston has a Ui.ion of health depart
The Anti-Trust association will meet In
Chicago Oct. 16.
Ellen Terry, while studying to play Cor
delia in "King Lear," went through over
800 books on kindred subjects.
W. R Wright, claiming to be an attor
ney at Murphreesboro, Tenn., was fined
t5J and costs by Justice Porter at Chicago
on a charge of picking pockets.
New Y'ork Typographical union has re
solved to pay no benefits to members who
frtil to pay their assessment for the relief
of the unemployed.
Henry Gautsche, claiming to represent
a Swiss musical firm at the World's fair,
was before Commissioner Hoyne. He was
charced with removinz thirteen kecs of
musical boxes from a bonded warehouse. I
He was held in $1,000 bonds.
The coroner's investigation of the blow
ing up of a non-union sailors' boarding
house in San Francisco failed to connect
the arrested union men with the crime.
F.rastus G. Morgan, one of the pioneers
of Fort Dodge, la., died at the Sherman
The Central Labor Union, of Boston, is
to make an ellort to secure one day's rest
iu seven for the firemen of that city.
It is reported that Mrs. Behind Stanford
has decided to leave Washington and re
side permanently in California.
Archduke Frenz Ferdinand von Este,
heir apparent to the throne of Austria,
and his suite, has sailed for home.
For some unknown reason John Cronin,
a laborer, shot and instantlv killed Albert
f:kinuer, a joiner, nt Hartford. Conn.
Crouia was partly intoxicated. Skinner
leaves a widow and two children.
Eli Leader, the driver of the mail wagon
between the Lackawanna station and the
Scran ton postollioe, was arrested charged
with stealing the Montrose mail pouch.
The liabilities of the firm of Bartley,
Johnson & Co., w hisky dealers of Louis
ville, are stated to be about t 'oo.iX'iC, and
the assets nearly double that amount.
Jackson, Tenn., ciiiitetis threaten to
lynch Young Fleming, the negro who re
cently shot Sherifl Brooks. Fleming es
caped, but wax captured and is now in j.i 1
Forty-live limses Cremated.'
Louisville, Oct. 7. The large livery
stable of the E. I. Evereon company on
Third street near Green, was destroyed by
Cre and thirty live horses were burned to
death. Some if the animals were very
valuable. The loss on Iimi-i s ami vehicles
is estimated at J i.ouo; insurance tlli.UiO.
The loss on the ti e buil. i.n.: is about $7,
l'O0, in-urance not kn. wn. The Iront part
of the building un co v. as tour slories
hih was .In lied i.to tl n.. .-.n.! many peo
ple were ii reus. ! ju-t iu time toe-cape a
liery ilea: h.
1 iui I w .i V-, r.
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rr-en.i c i . , oo i
t Weill V in i ie.- 1, I ' .
Lou i s ii.e c.i.o N .
Eaitlnerl lh; g.ns
In a... ii. en an- lip
i : ii Isel.t in-h v.
Oc 1 A inlufitl
en . ' 'lit' -ermitte.
oi tii- ei v. cn l he
i a 1. 1 a-i.in which
i..s til ..i.iti and two
rieii ti. l.c.vt been m-
in' I .. li i-. i in Itttssiu.
St. I'i iMtsi.t i:o. Oct. 7 -Between the
yd and ."th met. 1 1 h new cases ol cholera
and thirty ei..:. i deaths were legistered iu
this city. 1 iventy fresh cases and ( ;
deaths were reported iu Moscow betwe t
Sept eO and i )i t. 4.
UTr. ST. F. Bone
"I Wasa" Wreck
With catarrh, lung trouble and generally broken
down. Hefore I had taken half a bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better. Now I am in
(rood health, for all of which my thanks are due
to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mbs. m. F.
Hone, Clover, Iron Co., Mo. Get Hood's
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal.
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Want a cook
Want, a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent room
Want a servant girl
Want to fell a farm
Want to soil a house
Want to exchange nitthiuir
Want te pell household goods
Want to make any real estate leans
Want to sell or trade for anytlilnf
Want to find customers for anytliiui.
USE THEsE COLUMNS".
rHit daily akgus delivered atyouk
door evi ry eveuiue lor lVc per week.
lAANTED A RELIABLE MAN. I'tKMA
" nent position, tlsmp and refetenies, A.
T. Morris, c ire of this paper.
OR HE ST TUB KICH.MOXD RESIDENCE,
on Twelfth street, near Aiken, in South lioek
Island. Apply at the ollice of tne Hock I-lanil
Is Life Worth Living?
That Depends Upon Your Dealth.
Will core you and keep ycu well.
For sale '. Harper House Pharmacy.
vci'i - iS
The ladies of Davenport,
Rock Island, Moline and vicin
ity are invited to inspect our
stock of CLOAKS. Now is
the time to buy while assort
ments are complete.
Bug, Hasler, Sciiwcntser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
217, 217i W. Seen- St., DAY EN I-OK ! Ij
Up to the Mark.
best slifcs you can buy. Xotliinir that is worth what v- v : -ilear.
atul we haven't a ilear shoe in our store. Exam!: . -hililren's
Foot Wear. You willjfinil jtit.what you arc ' ' ' r
cheaper than elsewhere.
Wrigrlit & Grecriawalt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Alt ais Keen Step will lie fits.
We iiaVt, taken advantage of the war now ragir;
among the Etching Publishers, and will ee-l
Fifty Pemarque Proof Etchings
At 2c Each, on Saturday, Sept. 2?.
THIS IS FOR ONE DAY ONLY. We also Lave
force new and tasty mcnldiDgs suitable for fraaiinr
tbpin at a very Jow pike. To not fail to keep step i
3 oxir nrighb re, and come and 6tcure cr,e of iLr-i-pictures
on ra uiday.
Geo, E. Kingsbury
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It is fcarcc-lv .loin- . ; : .
justice to sav thai t!,, . -
tiie mark they ate
to lie a little heynnil it. V
nut treat your f.-i ; :
They are the wcie-ht , .
if you can not !irh:.T. - -.
ilen, you can at lea-'. ': ;
considerately. End. :i;
WE ARE SilOWING THE
GRANDEST ARRAY OF
Ever exLH'itei! in the !'' '
the newest ami late.-:
both foreiiru ami doni' -:! - '
styles are exclusively i ;:r
Huntlreils of trimtmil i
choose from, from the vi :;
, expensive to the richest v...- :
Our Cloak Department i- -.
to none. IIavir:r caref ""."'' "'''
lected our stock from the fu-L. -"
centers of the worM, we r.re :"
pared to show a most ' . ' v
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ran and Winter uoaw-
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