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SATUliDAV, OCTO'lJEU 14, 181)3.
Highest of all in Leavening Pover.
Of the Question Now Wearying
the Upper House.
BIG BATCH OF "DADDT DOLLARS.'
The Limit Net at Kiiflit Hundred Million
Il'it-mi': Hint Men art. VYIiiiWill Have
Nil Limit llit Netn.lu Senator Talk4
KiKht On Tlir niirsiion ol Itoil Calls
Ah li t'unt iliile to lip I lie Subject of
W -I!:m.i,in, U t. 14 The cjuor.iru of
aetriV.;-s " ami- it;, Mil ling" after the
tr;.:ir.f thn n-i-ilTed in t triumph for the
sliver Ti-ii. !.. the to-xt -essiou of th
i-nn-:- : is .ailed ' J order. And one jf the
fir-- ni'.-i. -o uet the Poor was Vest, who
ltv :i .t:.-e of -jtintittate f j. the repeal
bill. T..tf substitute coi.sists .,: seve.i
ert; -lie ;ir-'. of th'-u ucii-ttie repeal
of the l-urciiasii;:; clatis? of the Shei-uiun
act. It ;ii!tlifr.i- the is-s-.ie of tu'.a cer-tlfirat"-'or
tiie uticmi" 1 hiillioi: consist
ing -ftH'T't-'f -in the silvur heretot 're
purck-w!. It provides for the to.im.':
auysi.vtr '.hit tuny In depilated hy :s
owners mid that the product of the
United :afes mines, ut to 1 ratio and at
the rate of :v",."X1a mouth up'othe limit
of tsM.VA .J'JO This is to he fairly propor
tioned unions; the silver producing state
and territories Holder of the standard sil
ver dollars may have them exchanged into
certificated Authority is to be ivtu to
the secretary of the treasury to refuse pay
ment in fiold "on atiy obligations of the
United State-" when lie is satisfied that
the gnM is applied for with a view to ex
portation. A joint committee of the two
houses i to examine into the financia. and
monetary condition of the government and
people o.r the United .-fates The II! per
cent, tax on state hanks is tr. be repealed
.uvi- Way for I moll I'm llit Talk.
Aftei s;.enkiii nearly tl-ree i.o'iis jtew
art yielded tc Matulerson. lio offered t
resolution instruct i ii the committee oa
I'aciric r.tilro.ui- to investigate and report
whether the I'limn I'licilie railroad had
passed into the Hands of a tec-elver and :f
to by wii.tt hi tint; and iiri.l-r whut circuni
Stances, and vvua" steps .1 any. are tie-es
aary tu protect tiie interest of the United
StHtes and secure the iii'teij'.ediit-ss due the
goveri.ti.eiit. Dri -e, chatrmsi:. : the Pa
cific riulr ;ad i -omtir.tte -, id t it.-1 lie i:J
held during the ia-t t-.-iv ij'iys consult
ti 'U.i with the law officers of the govern
mentthe attorney general and solicitor
general. He had called their attention to
the inimineticy of a receivership for the
Union Pacific railroad and to the necessity
of prutectini; the interests of the govern
ment so that receivers certificates for the
payment of the floating debts of the com
pany should not be allowed to tats pre
cedence of tne government lieu.
The A iruiriatiiiiit Were short."
The attorney general's office and the
solicitor general s office had taken the
matter under consideration, but there was
an i'.isuflicietify of legal force in their
offices and there was an insufficient ap
propriation at their command to enable
them to employ outside couusel. i'.rice
uggested that the resolution lie O'er for
the present. Mandemon presented a diffi
culty as to the right of the committee oa
Pacific railroads to authorize the employ
ment of couusel. He added that he had
learned by telegraph that S. H. H. Clarke,
lite president of the Uuioti I'acitic, had
been appointed receiver. After some fur
ther colloquy the resolution went over for
ritewnrt Gov Illght' A lnllg Again.
Then Stewart took up the thread of his
discourse and announced that he would
Tote against any bill that limited the coin
age of silver. At 4.30 Powers of Montana
euggested that there was not a quorum
present. I'latt of Connecticut lemon
atrated against having another call, as
there was evidently a quorum present. JHe
was promptly called to order by Teller on
the ground that the mere suggestion of the
absence of a quorum required the immedi
ate calling of the roll.
At this point a debate started with a re
newal ou the discussion as tc roll call.
JTeller wanted it understood that the mi
nority would insist on a quorum at all
times even if the roll hat! to be called every
live minutes. Hoar denied tiie right of
the minority to resort to obstructive tnctics
to prevent the passage of a bill. Voorhees
g'aid that he expected great good to come
out of such a discussion. They were de
monstrating to the world the absolute
necessity of reforming the rules of the
Anntlif-r Triumph for Silverites
The senate wrangled over ths question
Dubois refining to answer to his name
until 112 o'clock midnight, when a quorum
atill being missing, Voorhees moved ad
journment winch was carried.
HO'JSE DISCUSSES AH SIN.
The Almond Kyra Olestial's Kate to lie
After postjioning the time for debate to
cease and a vote taken until Monday after
noon the house took up the McCreary bill,
and Kayner r-poke for it. He said that
the Geary la did not come within or
under any of the treaties made by the
United States with China but is in viol 4.
tion of provisions of all of them,
that ever singh? Chinese person
with respect t whom the Geary
law proosed to legislate was
legally domiciled within the United
States in accordance with tha terms of the
laws and treaties by which they were in
vited to come to this country.
"If we are going to exercise natural
Justice in this country," be aid, "if we
are going to maintain human right we
must pass this bill."
Rayuer's energetic and emphatic man
ner attracted more attention to him than
any previous speaker on the question had
ecu red, with the result that he was almost
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
constantly interrupted by questions.
KayvKep.)of New York asked him if
the administration ha J done anything to
enforce the law.
Kayuer No; and rig ltfully so.
Kay How rightfully
Hayner Because fr jfu the fact that
there was not kuthient funds at its dis
posal for t he enforcement of the law At
the earlier stage of the -natter the law was
before the supreme c urt of the United
States for consnlerat urn and later on had it
had been pronounced constitutional there
was a likelihood that it would be amended
In furt tier d .scussion of this point Ifay
nersaid: lain very particular iu criti
cisiug the j idiiieiit ot ny court, but 1
must say, taking J ;isi ii e hr.-.;' uVcisum
Jechiring for the major. ty of the court iu
the light of the dissentinj opinion of
Chief Justice 1'uller and Jus; ices Fieid
ami l'"-.-wer it is the most incompre
hensible udirmeui ever rendered in this
In the c air-e of t he question-
. . n
leg to which he was subjected Kayner
confessed tiiar he ha I sine I the report
in favor of t he tieary l:.w and had voted
to pass it. H- explained that he had been
led to do this upon h;s f iith m Geary as to
the necessity of the la ai.d its provisions
a confidence that hid ei-c bully shaken
and witc the express on 10 i.uu t: '.Ut
time that the law was iin.'otistitutiona.
('ami on Wa-n'r an e! action pendint
Riyner Uh, now, my friend ma. drasr
ir. such a matter if he w.u-tsto lint I say
to him that if I had kno va the contents o.'
the !!1 and the eiet not of a Deniocrat:.
president depended on n y vo:e in favor of
It a Republican pre-.i-.lei t wouid today be
In the Wnite House.
An interruption comt i from a Demo
cratic representative cr ticisiug the presi
dent for his fai.ure to eufoice the law
Kayner passionately rejoined! "The presi
dent has dune his duty 1:1 accordance with
the dictates of his o n i onscience. He is
no weak, uncertain tiling, j lelding to ev
ery wiud of public opiu.ou. He does no:
believe m bartering away any o. the :ir:n
ciple-s -jpon which he vva-i swept into otlt.-e
by an overwhelming veii.ict. liut if tnes
atlacks ujioq him do ud cease I greatly
fear that there won't le enough left to
fight the enemy when the time comes "
Bowers of California v arued the Demo
crats and Republicans thau if this Mc
Creary bill was passed ti.ere would i.ot be
enough of either party 1 -ft in California
to make a grease spot to e seen with the
tiaket eye. Asked by Wilson K.-p ; of
Washington tc explain what wo.nd be
come of them, he said the IVipuii.-its w-jui i
receive an astonishing increa-e m the
The Congressional siimiuiry
WAi!iNiiTN. Uct. 14. The senate
ceived a cummuuicatiun from the trei-ury
in reply to Allen's iny nry how iitc..
money tiie government ha 1 borrowed sia
March. 1 j. The reply whs tiia' none had
h.-er. borrowed. Vest gave notice of a sub
stitute for tiie repeal bill, which embodies
free ci itr ge of the Amerii ati product at 10
to 1 until S-nvAVi are coined
Dolph oller.-d an amei dment to ti e
rules in reference to compelling
the presence o a'-sentees liu
repeal bill came tip and Mewart talked
He rested, w hile theactiot. of .lud.-e Dundy
at Omaha in nppoiu'ing receivers for the
I nion i'acfic a- reporteii andttie goveiti
meut's interests dcussec without action.
Iu tiie hotie a few matters of no parti
cular importance were ntteu le 1 to and
then the McCreary bili whs resumed, and
the time for the debate extend-d to p
m. Monday, wh-n voting will begiti
Speeches were made f,.r he bill, winch
extends the time for Chu ese to register,
by Ray.uer and tickles at, ! ananist it by
Rowers and Maguire. Iioth of Calif on::
RECEIVER PQ TnE UNION
31'itrmi-iit in the Inti-r. nts ot
aiitl Its Creditors.
OMAHA. Oct. 14 Judge Dundy, of the
United States circuit court, ha- appointed
S. II. H Clarke. K. F.iery Anderson, and
O. W. Mink receiver of th.- Union I'acilic
Railroad company and o! ail railroads,
water systems, and all other property
owned, controlled, or leaded by it. Mr
Anderson is one of the go -eminent direc
tors of the Union I'ncific laiiroad. having
been appointed by 1'resii ent Clevelami!
Mr. Clarke is the president find Mr. Mink
mc uouiiii-roin-r oi Lue roau. l ncy were
' appointed on an npplicatio l signed bv the
. executors of the estate of Frederick L
Ames, one of 'he heaviest stockholders in
the road; Kdward F. Atkins, and H. 15.
Wyckotl.the latter a son-in law of the late
Sydney Dillon, an independent stock
holder. The action, it is said was taken for the
purpose of forestalling any suits which
might arise in tiie present lepresed con
dition of business, owing t i the inability
of the rond to meet oUiga-ions about to
become due. It was tiie generally ex
pressed opinion that putting the read into
the hands of receivers win. best for the
road and also for all oredi tors, including
the government. The principal aim of the
applicants wa-s to preserve the road as one
system and thus maintain its greatest
value, instead of allowing it to be disia
tegrated by suits here and t iere.
ITopo'siiiB a .soveinD .r r air.
Chicago, Oct. 14 The special commit
tee receutly appointed to consider the
question of keeping the fair open after
this mouth, it is said, pracfically decided
in favor of doing so as long is the weather
will permit, and as long ns the people
come in sufficient numbers to make it
profitable. The plan, it is sidd, is to con
tinue charging the present admission
fees, and to induce as ma ly foreign and
American exhibitors to keep their displays
intact as possible.
Man or Woman. Ghost o- Hntnan.
We cannot say what will cure ( hosts, bnt many
men and many women who look 1 kc ghosts rather
than unman beings, through etc knees, would re
gain health and happiness. If tht y would try the
virtue of the world -renown d remedy. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Torpid
liver, or "billousnes?," impure blood, kin ernp
tlotn, fcrofulous sores and swelling, conjunc
tion (which is scrofula oi the longs) all yield to
this wonderful medicine. It is both tonic and
strength-restoring, and alterative blood-clcsuting.
THUGS AT CHICAGO
Get in Their Work in the City's
COLLECTOR ROBBED ON THE STREET
Knocked Down on a 4enerallr Ray
Thoroughfare and Krlievcd or 'S.OOO
The KasoaU Ksrpo I nidentlfleil l.ealo(
Tbelr Victim with tiashe in Hit Head
Whole raniily Foiioned id Miuoarl
Two of Theiu Dead.
Chicago. Oct. 1. In the vert heart of
the city, at 5:30 o'clock in the evening, a
Collector for the Adams Express company
was attacked by footpads, beaten into in
sensibility, and robbed of the day' collec
tions, which it is said amounted to more
than ff.UOO. The collector ha 1 bee a en
gage 1 during the afternoon in making col
lections from wholesaie houses, and was
returning to the office wit a the proofed
' D's dy's work
He was walking rap
idly along Franklin street, and jast after
passing the corner of Market street three
men brushed roughly by hr.n.
The Itobhert lo Their Work Oim klr.
15ef ore he could lvcogn'..e any cf them
two of tiie meu quickly grabbed him by
the arms and the third struck him a blow
over tne iie id with a heavy t:ck, he fell to
the pavement and tht two who caught
hi hi by tne ;.rms hurriedly went through
hi nii-L-i.! t.i'-in - not tii.!v t he m ri: on n r
i , , ',; . -, ... i., 1,..,- i ,i
or Ins Cii.iei.tioi.s out iiso severa. iiol.ars
of his own money i.iii ti w itch. The men
left hint lying whe. r he Ii .1. and runaiag
, out Market si :vet disij p.-tre l
lnt the I'olu-e la Mi.tiiui.
i As soon as the co.it-c'or recovered con-sciou-ness
ne rushed into the telephone
office a :i 1 notified the express company
and Misu the ponce den.irt ment. He was
covered w.il biood tl..iiig from two deep
cuts in tne head IJointne eipress com
pany and police depa: t meut nave refused
to make a.i statement re;ariiiig the rob
bery. Dut it is kn.-wtt that the police are
making great effort to capture the bold
thieves .it tne ui'ur :u tne evening men
tioned the place lie re the robbery oc
curred is nut !)' any means deserted, there
generally tieltig plenty of passers by.
PO!5CtC AN ENTIRE FAMILY.
Wholesale Crime of au I uknown IersoD
j lour Heaths 1'rubable.
J NfcVADA. Mo., Oct. The tirsl authen
tic news of the poh-oning of the Comstock
family, near Jerico Springs, was brought
here I y Herman Ready, a close neighbor
of the ili-tated family. Monday evening
old man lr in Comstock, his wife, sou
i Willie, and a Mrs. Wallace wereet supper,
and partook of cold cabbage, bread, cofiee,
and milk, and soon after tatiug every one
of them became violently sick. One of the
neighbors happened to ca:i after supper
and toitnd ttaiui all prostrated, some of
them in spasms.
i Dr. r.r:t-ure was summoned and with
two other doctors that he called in worked
wit !i the stricken family all night. At b
o'clock !: xt morning Mrs. Waliace died
iu great iiiiuiij , Hiid Wednesday morning
Mr. Ci'!n'oi.k du-d. Mis. iVm-tock was
not dead when ib-u ly left, but was having
spasms. Wli.le nail g 'tlt-ll '.letter and it
was thought would g t weil. Mis. Com
t uct will die. f i:e .s not already dead.
Mis MeCrary, wn.: came ever Tuesday
morning to nnp mu-e tiiesick was herself
poisoned by e.it ng a M-' i.it and drinking
a cup of codee wi l l: -he pr. pared for her
self from i ne lainir. provisions
i r-he w a- ii-ji rtt l ityiiiu Ttiursday after
uooii Dr il: rts.ii e analyzeo everything
eatable ab nit th pi ne and said he found
strychnine in till i 'ie cotumninty is nor
rified. a- ii is p. am tiie po..s..n was used
with tiie niieiit to destn y li e entire fam
ily. Nevet-Lueiis- tnere ,iot jl o.eath of
suspicion agiiiii-t any one.
WAS A REMARKABLE ORDER.
Am) ai. Aiuhauii Attorney Is in Trouble
1 tor I ui tig the Suiuh.
j N'AsliviLLh, Oct 14 Judge M. K. Math
ers, a ptu. tic.nn attorney of Decatur. Ala.,
! has been arrested on a hargi-of forgiug an
injunction aliened by him to have beeu is-
sued by United States Circuit Judge Rruce
' during the recti s strike in the Louisville
' and Nashville shops at Decatur. He inter-
ested him-eli in neiialf of the strikers and
claimed to nave secured the following order
from Judge Bruce at Hirmingham: "The
j United .-tates district court now in session
; at Rirmingham orders that the shops of
' the Ixmivule and Nashville railroad at
Decatur, Ala., resume work and allow all
j former employes to resume their original
It is now state I that Mathers went down
to Hart.elle. a towu between Decatur and
Birmingham, and t lure wrote out the or
der himself, never having seen Judge
liruce or any court official. He was ar
rested et Decatur and taken to Huntsville,
where he was examiued before a United
States co'iimis-ioner. He is now in jail at
Huntsville iu default of i'Jo.lf.U boud to
appear in the United States district court
at Huntsville Mathers came to Decatur
froui K..t..-as several years ago and has
been quite successful us a practicing attorney-Was
a Model fatiiilman."
trAS FiiASt lb o. Oct. 14. John Hansen,
chief patrolman of the Sailors' union, has
been placed under arrest under the act to
"protect life and property against careless
uud maliciot s use or handlingof dynamite
and otherexpiosives." The policesay that
Hansen is the mau who placed the dyna
mite iu the cylinder head of the tug Ethel
and Mariou on April 5 last, and tha they
have sufficient evidence to prove he is the
MiiKing Much of the Ilusnians.
Pakis, Oct 14 Fetes in houor of the
Russian visit to Toulon were held in
many towns iu France. Decorations and
Illuminations were general. All of the
leading Russian aud Freuch newspapers
contain articles dwelling upou tho signiU
cance of the eveul the cementing of the
. Itippey Kecomuiemled to Mercy.
Sas FUAc;sco, Oct. 14. In the case of
Wesley C. Rippey for assault to murder
John V. Mackey on Feb. 24, the jury
rendered a verdict finding the defendant
guilty of as-oult w ith a deadly weapon
and recommending him to the mercy of
Marius Disaster at Boston.
Boston, Oct. 14. It U reported that an
unknown steamer was run down and sunk
in Boston harbor, and many persona who
were on board' vera drowned, the vessel
inking so rapily that it waa impossible to
Storm Interfere W ith T rlesi-aph
CllICAiiO. Oft. 14 About tiie only means
of communication with the east last night
w the long distance telephone. The
storm that swept tip the Atlatitic coast
waited until il got uorth ol trie Carolina
to exert Kself and made the telegraph
wires almost unworkable. A geod deal of
other damage was done, but nothing, so
far as reported, phenomenal.
Hid Nut Oo.Much llauiace
ArurTA, U ... Oct. 14. The storm hps
passed and but little damage was done in
this section. Along the Florida coast it
was qui'.e severe, blowing down poles and
wires, wlnle i he smaller towns suffered
slightly. At Charleston the only damage
was to the irie(.houe system, the damage
teing but lignt. Savannah escaped practi
LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS
Chicago. Oct. li.
Follow :nu were the qnotaii m oa the
Boar, iv t'.ate tolaii Wiiea October,
oi-eued oUChc. ciosc i li.Sj; December, opened
t.:tc. c o e i. liSiC: May. o.K'lie I i3vS-. closed
7-"h '- Corn Oct-oer usMied ls:. closed
3'4. i' De-eiiil.e . opened -te. cio-ed idtci
May. opeiiea -!1h-: cosed i.c Oata Oc
tober, o.enei -"t-.'s--, ciose 1 -tic; December,
opened 70. ciosed -T1! May, ojiened 31 tc,
closed il ?s . I'orii Oc.iiiwr, o(Mied io.i,
i io-e 1 t January, op -nej $14.67l,
clo-e.t . B. Lard -O- lobor. u,.eiied (ll.ttj,
closed f i oi
Live Mocki I'he ir e-s at liu L'uion
Sloe yaids to.la,- taiel a follows:
ii.sts hstiuia ed receip: - i u- .ho day. II, SOU;
quaa'y fiir: left over 4. i n; m tret rather
active on pickiu and Mit.ipiii.; account;
feel tig Strom e irlj , aa.l prices advanced lu
lic; close - easier, sa es we e made ai 15
Hu .7-.' p ws. -oi.tf- ulii, ;li HjO Ji rouicU
I'ackln. ttiuo.d, ui.ked. and n.l'0.Vj
a il siiippuij; io:.
Ca.ile Kstiina ri
7,'J : quality fa r.
ly active ou local
recei t f i: the day,
market on y niuderate
nul sUi;iptng account;
ai i.ji j. 5.s i choice
quolal.ous rangeu i
to exti-A siii.ipiux
siee. s, f i.ou it o.S
good to choice do, ?4. .UJ fair to
good. $i.:itdf'i9' cum nun to um Lum do,
JM.ikdi.iM b.i chers' steers, i '. i fc.'.Ti stock
ers, j ir feeders. Jl.-uii s cows, 42.11
r.iM he.fers, $1 Mi ba.ls, i 1 4 .1. Toai
steers, t-'.'i J,t.l vel eru raa.'ert. aai Sii.i'i
6. veal caives.
Sheep Est male I r.ceits fr ths day,
l'MK-; qua ity fair; market dull and weak
and prices l''3,15 cent lower; quotations
ranged at J-'.'J Ji.50 ;er 1J. ibs west
erns, iexa. J-.'Oj,!. Ulna. Ives and
S-i.ui -j, ..mi lainbs.
froduoei Batter fancy separator. 23
ii?Jc (er lb; fiiicy dairy, -li-'io; paci
ng stock, loVsiil7c. Etfs"s Fresh stock,
per dox. Live Pou.try Chickens "Mio
per lb; turkeys, HiSc; ducks, b.ic;
feese, SJ.UU &&.) rr doi. Io atoss rt'uv
cocsin Hose, fle stock, 54Sc per ba. Street
I'otatoes Jerseys. l.uujj.li per bbl. Ap
plesFair to fancy, per bbl.
Honey White clover, I -lb sections, 143
15c per lb; brokea comb, l4,u!c; dark
comb, good condition, loiti; extraoted,
New Yokk. Oct. 13.
Wheat December, 7 Hi"l: ; Jannary,
Tlivc; May. 77 13-Mj&'V-- Corn No. J!
dull; November. 47cI1n7).4c; December, itfg
dtiiJlic; Mar, 4S7flij,(;i0; ,u. t.iBc.
Oats Nu, 2 dul.; sta: ..6jy. ; western.
I'ork Fu-ui and quiet; new
mess. fiD.Vl. Lard (Jaiet aud firui; steam
Ttr tMicnl r 1. c-1
HAIS, KTi .
w beat fioe.
New nits 2tlc.
Hay Timotb,. flu; upland. SJ9; sleuth,
?'is7; baied. Jsii.
Bimer Kalr to choice. S3.(2rr; creamer. 30c.
Esrirs l-'re-b. S c4Jc.
fouitry t'hickeus, 13c; tarkev. '4 dnckf
l-'iic ; ceese. inc.
ruriT and VEesraBi e
Apples f i! 017? ;r, 00 per lib
onions rdc arr iiu
Tnniips 4-ic per bn.
Lrvs STH K
CattleButcher" pay for Km i
4 644c; cows and iieifeig. -lii.'1!,
C.ial-Jiofi. 10c: liar-. tS.50.
WimhI Sawed, f 5 ; cord. fl.i.".
It lias lieon calculated that the annual
income of the London Hebrews is nearly
3,000,000, which means that ther are
2j times richer than the Gentiles.
Mr. C. II. Sterner
It Can't Be Beaten.
"We thiuk that Hood's Sarsapaiilla cannot
be beaten. My wife suffered w ith Scrofula on
the side of her head. We were told It would take
months, perhaps a year tocure It, but one bottle of
healed the sores all up and they have not
troubled her since." C IL Biebxer, Glidden,
Carroll County. Iowa.
Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Iudicstiou, Sick lleadache. 2Dc
jnte licence Column.
0 KF. (r IN XEE1W
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant eirl
Want to eell a farm
Want to sell a bouse
Want to exchange anuuioir
Want te sell household poods
W ant to make any real estate loans
' W ant to sell or trade for anytliiiur
W ant to find customers for anything
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FlRrfLNTfThTHK RICHMOND RESIDENCE.
I.l. T Aiken, in Sonth Rock
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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.
Hug, Hasler, Schwentser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY,
i'17. 'J17 West rsi-coml Strci t. Iakm.,i:
A car load of handsome bed room suits gob?
at the following prices. s
Suits worth fl.i 00 pi at
Remember we have only one car load to de
pose ot at the above manufacturer's prices.
1525 and 1527
Light on the
Read these prices
Hiee Koot Scrub Iirtishcs.. .. Go
Stove Hrushcs- 7C
Hair IJrtishes Jc
Cloth Hrushes 3e
Hair Curlers -c
Kirk's Turkish lluth Soap. . . . 30
II:J fti 2 it " i
In f n
III m E
1S4 126 an 1.
and you will be enligh:
Kirk's Jim Hum
KirkV Juvenile .p.p
ware. Lamps, an
les variety of II
FAIR AND ART S!0K?.
WE ARE SHOWING TEE
GRANDEST ARRAY OF
Kver exhibited in ti... A
the newest an. I lat---: ' -lotb
foreign am! .'..!!.. - ' i;
styles are exclusive!;.- " "'
llundrels of trimtr.r ! 1 .:.'.? t.
choose from, from th-
expensive to the rii :..
Our Cloak Department is .- '
to none. Havic? can ft;;'. y
lected our stock from th- fi-L..5
centers of the work!, we nr pre
pared to show a nif'. t-v'--'
Fall and Winter Cloaks.
114 WEST SECOND STREET,
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