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AlMiL S, SATUKDAY, OCTOHKR 21, 1813.
Highest of all in leavening Pover. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 3LVXH ATTAX'S DAY.
LIVE STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS
New York Does Herself Proud
at the Fair.
A HOST OF GOTHAklTES IN THE PARE
TO END NEXT WEEK
The Trouble intheUnited States
SO THE WISEACRES DECLARE NOW.
A SllKxr-Coatril Iteieal ISill To lie fun-roi-tert
That All tortious 'an Swallow
Without Wry Kk-- Another Confer
ence with e r titry Carlisle Pnicmi
of the Work in the 'Megrim; Commit
tee I'.loeked liy Sooic "Hitrltea."
Washington, Oct. -.'l. Seven or eijrht
Pi'inooratic senators viiti'il St'civtary Car
lisle ;is the rt-ineseiitiuive of the mlminis-tr.itu-ti
lit the treasury ilep.irlnient inul
sutmii'tfil to lti:n a proposition to take the
place ot the repeal measure now before the
senate, which theyt hoititht priictically ail
of the IViunc r.'ict ic senators wmiM support.
Secretary Carlisle dissented from some of
the terms of the proposition and showeil
wherein they would in practical opera-ion
There is excellent reason for sayinj;,
however, that bi-fjre the initKlle of next
week 'he repeal bill will pa- to take ef
fect not laterthan the 1st of JaniiHry, prob
ably with a provision authorizing the sec
retary of the treasury to issue bonds not
exceeding f-fK'.OitO.tM'.und coin the seifrnior
age now in the treasury. It is stated on
reliable authority that the bill passed in
this shape would not be objectionable to
ft At one time durini; the afternoon it was
supposed that a coiupronii.se had been
reached and it was even promised that i;
would be Kiwi to the Republican mem
bers for inspection before the senate ad
journed. Hut a hitch arose. Gorman
came out of the room a here the steering
committee meets looking puzzled and
said that nothiUK wa.s settleiJ. The fact
was thai there were two noints ol dis
agreement One was the bond feat ure.
the other tie t'me at which repeal should
Administration members wanted repeal
to take effect next July and for bonds t-j
be redeemable in ten years and due in
forty years, while ttte bill uuder considera
tion made the repeal take etlect January,
ISJ.i. and tiie bonds live thirties. At 0 p.
in. the committee adjourned with the bill
still incomplete. Meantime the silver
Democrat- say th.ir t; the committee fails
to unree they w. 11 vole for extending the
TAKES A GLOOMY VIEW OF THINGS. i
Bradatreets Report llusineM In a Had
Way, Generally Speaking.
New York, Oct. ;1. liradstreets says:
Still another busit ess week is rendered
conspicuous owing to the paralysis im
posed on commercial and industrial opera
tions by the revolutionary policy of the
minority in the senile. larger represen
tative manufacturers, jobbers and other
wholesalers in leading lines, have been
unable to ?pnite with reference to the
future supply or d-ninnd. and the result
. is that the great iron and steel ii,d strics
remain practically o:i their backs wii h no
'signs of a revival in cither demand or
i price; in iron alone there is probably imt
more than one-third the output of a year
Wool is being sold at c oncessions from
quotations, and null owners are tak'iig
raw materia! for ac ttal needs only. Tex -tile
industries geiienlly are not finding
the belter demand t .peeled at this time. .
leather industries continue much mIi -pressed.
Clothing mani-fact liters make
unfavorable reports cm the business tbt.s
far this fall, ami at some industrial en
ters, notably l'aterson, X. J., a home of
silk and iron factor es and mills, the in
dustrial situation h. s advanced stead. iy
from bad to worse, ami the end is imt yet.
On the other side f t he accifiut may 'oe
placed the relative activity in whisky and
tobacco at western centers, and in rice and
cotton and fertilizers at some southern
centers, together wit h a heavy output of
wheat flour at northwestern points and
large shipments f w heat to the market
within a week. I'riies of staples show an
upward swing of tlie pendulum w ith ref
erence to wheat, ci rn, oats, pork, cofle.
rice, phosphate ami l aval stores.
Sherman law t
On t lie o: her s.-.mi llilt says he has re
ceived iis-u-luces ot a l.ire vote for his
cloture ie-o: it m i on the O.-in icratic side
as soon ms me 'VfiTiTs" tail linally to
DISASTER TO A CIRCUS TRAIN.
One 3&au Killed anil Another May Hie A
WiiKKl.INli, W. Va., Oct. HI. A special
to The Intellingencer from Clarksburg,
W". Va., says that a rear-end collision oc
curred near that place ou the Ilaltimore
and Ohio road betweeu two sections of the
Itarnum A; Ihiily circus trains. The second
section, without, a minute's warning,
crashed with terrible force into the rear
end of the forward section. The last two
cars were telescoped and the inmates were
awakened from their sleep by being vio
lently hurled to the frout of the cars or
pinioned to their berths.
A dozen were hurt, half of them seri
ously and one fatally. The list of victims
is as follows: Frank Kverett, Brooklyn,
X. Y., both legs cut off, died in a few min
utes; George Gilmore, Xew York City,
injured internally, may die; Koiiert Xeil
on, Xew York, hip and thigh badly bruised;
J. 1'. Frederick, Allentown, l'a., both legs
mashed; Harry Marshall, Pittsburg, rils
broken, badly hurt; Nathaniel Merrill.
Xew Y'ork City, leg brokeu; Charles Mills,
jaw broken; E. It. Kichey, Honesdale, l'a.,
spine hurt. All the injured were seut to
John Hopkins' hospital, Baltimore.
Outrage by English Strikers.
Loxiios", Oct. 21. The house of a miner
named Harrison, who Uvea at St. Helen's,
Lancashire, was wrecked by the explosion
of a roberite cartridge. The family nar
rowly escaped being killed. The windows
of a number of bouses adjoining the Har
rison residence were shattered Harrison
is an employe in the Auburn & Green col
liery at St. Helen's. He has incurred the
eunnty of the strikers by refusing to join
Wliitecap Warn a Minister.
Buesa Vista, O., Oct. SI. Kev. Mr.
Harrison, a young and energetic minister
who has not been here long, has received
warning in the shape of a wbitecap let
ter. The note was pinned to a bundle of
hickory switches and left in his doorway.
Local option recently carried here, since
which time a "club" with liquid attach
ment has prospered. Kev. Harrison has
fought this .dub.
They Voted to Confirm Vau Alen.
Wabiii. vinos, Oct. III. The executive
session of the senate which confirmed
Van Aleu's nomination to be ambassador
to Italy was a lively one, there being a
number of senators on both sides opposed
to it. The aye vote was: Aldrieh, Bute,
Berry, Blackburn, Brice, Butler, Caffery,
Camden, Camerou. Coke, Davis. Dixon,
Faulkner, Frye, Gibson, Uorman, Gray,
Jliggins, Jones of Arkansas, Junes ol
Nevada, Lindsay. McMillan!' Mcl'herson,
Mills, Morgan, Murphy, Palmer, Pasco,
Quay, ItatLsoni, Koncb, Smith, Stewart,
iluruie, Vest, Voorhees. White of Louis
iana, Walthall, Wolcott J,'.).
Doings in Sen He anil House.
Washington, Oct til. Voorhees in the
senate introduced a lesolution for cloture'
It provides that after thirty days' debate
any member may si. hunt a motion for a
time to vote anil that motion shall be put
at once without d -bate or amendment,
and if carried the fin il vote shall be tukeu
in the same way. An executive session
was held and tiie nomination of J. J. Van
Alen as amhassado- to Italy confinireil.
I.' pon resuming ope i session the bill sus
pending for a year the law requiring 1 -i
worth of labor to be i xpetided on mining
claims was passed -vita amendment ex
cluding corporations 1'etTer offered a free
coinage amendment o the repeal bill and
gave another section of his serial. Kccess
to 10 a. m. today.
The house passed the bill requiring rail
ways to maintain stations at town sites in
me j-irip. i lie .tc i.irraliau claim was
taken up but t he point of no quorum was
made and sustained i.ml the morning hour
expired before one uppeared. A bill was
passed to remit ."SO per cent, of unties on
exhibits at theWorln ' fair. The printing
bill was discussed, ai d an amendment I
fered to let pruning i ut by contract. Ad
journed. Itritish Troops I.i-k the MatalM-lcs.
C'AI'KTi'U N. Oct. 21 The semi-miiitai y
column seut out from Fort Victoria to
operate ngainst King Lobenguela's .Mata
bel? warriors met tiie enemy on Oct. li
near Iudiamas mountain and an engage
ment was fought wiich resulted in a de
feat of the natives.. The Fort Salisbury
colutuu fought and defeated a separate
body of the Matabeli s near the scene of
the Cist engagement mentioned. Tiie
two columns then i.nited and advance. 1
towards Bulalawayo Lobenguela's kraal.
Great rrogramme of K.errite for the
Festival of the Eastern Metropolis
Parades of Indian. Troop ami Floats
Addree by Floquent eakera ond
I Munio Galore Climax of the lianner
CHICAGO. Oct. 21. Manhattan Day is
here, and so is a goodly contingent of resi
dents on Manhattan island. The aim and
hope of Xew York i to h .vehalf a million
people on the grounds, and If weather is
any factor in the cae the aim and hope
should be verified, for the morning is an
ideal October one with Old Sol smiling
dow n on the afore aid aim and hone. If
there is half a million at th fair today it
will be nearly twice what the attendance
was yesterday. The turnstiles showed
ItmI.S-H admissions, of which 3ti,;;r were
children. The cheap admission of children
will help Gotlxrmloday Saturday is al
ways a Mrt of outing day and it would not
surprise any one if the lit t io ones make
li 0,001 of ttie multitude that is now going
into the gates of the White City.
i'Olhiim's Hig Men on Hand.
Among the noted New Yorkers here are:
Mayor Gilroy, Senator John Foley, Comp
troller Theodore W. Myers, Francis I.T"tm
Stetson. Hubert Duuiap, .Tame Clarke,
James II Bi-eslin: S-th Low, president
Columbia college: John 1'. Shm-ffel, Jordan
Mott, Jr., and Napoleon l.e l'.run. To have
left out of the 1 si Clmuncey M. Depew
would have been inexcusable. He is t ere
and w ill make a speech t his aftcrn am at
the exercises hcid in Ves i al hall. They
are backed by thousands of New Yorkers
w ho have been coming in on the trains for
a week, and by o her ' limi-ands of sous of
the eastern metropolis who have their
homes in the Fair City.
Opens nritli a Wild West PaiHile.
The festival i p.-ned this morning at J"
o'clock with a Wild West parade, when
Buffalo Hill's Kurious Krewe entered the
park at Sixty-second street, went east to
the lagoon. thence north past the Horticul
tural. Womau's, Illinois, and California
buildings, t hem e east past the Art build
ing and state buildings to the lake front,
thence south to Music hall, thence west
past Manufactures and Liberal Arts,
thet-ce around south side of the Adminis
tration building, thence west to Sixty
fourth street eittraiue, the exit. For the
rest of the morning ihe visitors enjoyed
themselves looking at the beauties on
every hand and preparing for the after
Other I'arailes for the Hay.
At 1 p. m. Mie County Democracy March
ing club w ill p trade through the grounds.
At :t::i'i the regular Manhattan Day parade
will take place. The celebrated Old Guard,
of New York, will be the feature and il
will be escorted by the Chicago Hussars,
the Firs; regiutentt Illinois National
guard and the Sons of New York. A pa
rade of floats will take p ace at f::tf) and
wi 1 be a lieaiiiilul feature ol the ilav.
The Weather May ilxpeoU
WABiUNuro.x, Oct. 21. l'ue looovTia. are
the weather indication for twenty-tour hinrs
from p. ui. yesterday: i'or Indiana and Ha
noi ITalr, wa-uier weather; near Like Mich
Kan fresh westerly win. is, bojumiutf varia
ble, nor Lower M ciiinan Kair, warmer
weather in snuthern portion; cooler in north
ern portion; fresh westerly winds, becoming
variable. For Upper Michigan Fair, cooler
weather; lreh westcry winds. For Wiscon
sin F.r, cooler wea her in northern, wa. m
er In southeastern portion; variable winds,
For Iowa Fair, coo er weather, except
warmer in e.vit rn portion; var ab e win is.
The Cuuarder Lucauia has crossed the
Atlantic eastward in days, U hours and
40 minutes, thus le-at ng all records cast
ward and also doing that passage in quick
er time than the p issage westward has
ever been done. The I.ucania holds all
the records now.
The case of John I. Helfenstein and oth
ers, who claimed title to a big slice out of
the city of Omaha, has been dismissed by
order of com t.
Three masked men robbed a saloon at
Ln Crosse, Wis., at a late hour and their
demand that every o le present hold u
i their hands not being promptly complied
j with by a party of fojr at a table one of
the four was shot deat' and another wound
ed in the leg.
. By a collision of freight trains near
' Trenton Junction, N. Y.. five tramps were
Mary Agnes Sheanr, colored, was shot
and badly wounded and her three-year-old
child killed at Caniionsburg, Pa., by Al
Davis, also colored. Davis claims lie did not
know the gun wm loaded and pointed it
as a joke.
Frank S. Westfall, if Howard,' Kan., a
student at the state normal school at
Emporia, while making a rush in a foot
ball game was hurled t n his head and fatal
C. D. Poe, a carpeut jr who was arrested
at Pueblo, Colo., for stealing a saw, cut
bis throat with a pet knife while on i.is
way to the station a id died two hours
An unknown man held up L. Valdez
and bis brother near Cuchara, Colo., and
relieved them of $l,5O0 A posse is in pur
suit. The Bank of Silverton, Silverton, Colo.,
which closed its doors July 14. 18!KJ. owintr
I to the large withdrawals of depositors, has
The steamer Conestc ga left Erie for Chi
cago with a load of grauulated sugar just
before the great stort i and was scuttled
in shallow water to prevent her going to
pieces. Her cargo nov is one of syrup iu
H. II. Rogers has preserved in Millicent
library at Fairhaven, Mass., a collection
of autograph letters written by seventecu
of the presideuts of the United States.
The Society of Antiquity, of Worcester,
Mass., is taking steps t,o secure the preser
vation of the General Rufus Putnam
house in Rutland, as it memorial of that
distinguished Revolutionary leader.
Charles Lislie,, a NVtr York taxidermist
whojinade pets of sua ten, committed sui
cide, aud when the oflicers fouud the body
they fouud a rattlesnaie on guard which
would not lei them touch the corpse. The
suicide's father was summoned and re
moved the snake.
EXERCISES l FESTIVAL HALL.
A rrogrni of ln. r. Addresses and
The exercises in lVsiiv.il hull nre elab
orate ami interesting. The first number
will lie music by the baud. Rev. Dr.
Brown, of New York, IT r- prayer, mid
then Mayor Hamsun will welcome the
visitors. Mayor Gilr.-y will r spond and
Gen. Horace Porter will deliver an ad
dress. The .-.;ir Spangled ll.-injirr'' by
the Columbian chorus w.I, follow and a
poem. "New York to Cnir.igo," by J.
I. C. Clarke, of New V.,rk, will then
be recited by Ague- iloo' .i, of New York.
Chauncey M. Depewwiil next deliver au
address, then more music and an address
by Hon. J. li. Fellows. President Seth
Low, of Columbia collece, w ill speak last
and the lienediction w ill be by Archbishop
AU through tiie day there will be music
everywhere. The programme takes up all
the day, one event following another iu
rapid succession, and the multitude that
preseu? indications show will be on the
ground will have its till of sight-seeing.
The record of attendance this week is so
great already that one feather in New
York's cap will be the largest weekly at
tendance for t he week in which Manhat
tan Day occurred.
The fireworks tonight will be something
to talk about ou winter evenings. The
tirst set piece will he one displaying in
varicolored lights the word Manhattan.
Another oie will a very elaborately
worked-out portrait of Mayor Gilroy. A
third will be a wonderful piece representing
New York and Chicago linked together.
There will be the city arms of Chicago and
New York, Oid Father Knickerbocker.and
a fine representation of liberty enlighten
ing the world. Then there will be a num
ber of specials mottoes and bailoou ef
fects. Onit Work leather Tliun Sign.
PlTTsiii HG, Oct. 'Jl. The 11 puddlers at
the Wayne Iron works of Bronu & Com-
j Puy. South Teuth street, have quit work
rather than subscribe to the new terms
presented by t he company. The puddlers
were then asked to sign au iron-clad
j agreement that they would no longer rec-
s-IS"".s "vluiii- sOUUeCMJU wim
Cae of MUtaken Identity.
SntlNGFlELD, Mo.. Oct. 21. At attempt
was made to hold up the 'Frisco passenger
train which left Fort Smith, but a freight
which preceded the passenger train was
mistaken for the latter and held up. Five
or six oflicers were placed outhe following
passenger train, but no effort was made to
bold it up.
Jury Hriuery in the Curtis Case.
San Francisco. Oct. 21 At the close of
a conference with Chief of Police Crowley
relating to the alleged jury bribing in the
Curtis case, District Attorney Barnes de
clared that arrests and prosecutions would
soon be made.
Heath or Kev. Harry Beals.
Rushville. Ills.. Oct. 21. Rev. Harry
Beals died at Wichita, Kas. He was a na
tive of this city. He was a teacher in De
pauw university, Greeucastle, Ind., but
resigned a year ago on account of ill
Miss Witlard Again Elected.
Chicago. Oct. 21. The principal event
of the sessiou of the National W. C. T. U.
was the election again as president of Miss
Frances Willard Uy n vote of 35-f out of
STL . The fact was cabled to Miss Willard
Chicago, Oot, S3.
Folluwint were tha quotations on the
Board of Trade today; Wheat Octobe',
opened ti-'.m -. ekned flUia; December, opened
65c. close i Hh; May. opened '!, cosed
71jc. Corn October. openeJ 3c, closed
Usisc; Dece uber. opened UUfco, closed SSShc;
May. opened 4'.4C, c osed 42)0. Oats Octo
ber, SiTHc, c.ott-d Zi'tjc;' December, openel.8c,
cosed -SS.e; May, opened 31,c. closet 3154c.
Pork Octooer. opens 1 Id 5 k cosed $18.u0;
January, opened tl4.&?, closed fU.3'. Lard
October, opened f .8T4. closed .JJ.
Live Stock: The prices at the Union
Stocit Vtirli today ranged as follows:
Hogs E-itunated receipts 19.0CO; Quality
poor; leftover about 14,0 ); market rather
active on pack, in- and th ppinj account;
feeing firmer, and price ic higher on the
het grades, aud other Krades un
changed; sale) ranged at i4.2.V$i 3& pigs,
tS.ioilti T light, $5 SU6."U rough packing
td.i 5&i 6) mixed, and iS 0"3,iJ HI heavy pack
ing sldpp'hJ: lots.
Cattle EitiniateJ receipts for the day
8.uT; quality fair; market only moderately
active on loctl and shipping account,
and the prices were well main:
tailed; quota'.ioni ranged at $V"0 4$ 5 6
choice to extra shipping steer, J4.5.V&5.10
good to choice do.. v-i.l"'3-4.;o fair to good
t-:i.l &:i..o common to ni-il u:n do , I&3.6)
butchers' steer-, (2 3i&-!.i stackers, ('J.UK&
3 f..i feelers $ :.i" ,'t2.9 cows, $;.nn.;i:.8 i hei
ers, .1.51143 5; bulli, fi. .11 1 lit Texas steers.
$i.Aici,4 -5 waster 1 ranker., aa 1 --.!Ji5.5l
Sheep K-iiruated receipt for the day
8.1 0J; qtia.i.y !ir; inarke. moderately ac
tive and prices without 111a 011.il change;
guild grades were in far demand; o:ber
grades s ow; sn e raiis'o I at $1 75&3.:S)
tor westerns. $1 .i y! ."1 1 ifor Texans, ti.jU
4.10 for native nd Si 0 1,4.81 for lambs.
Produce: Bu ter Fancy separat r,
"yc per lb; fancy dairy, -4 li'i v; packing
stoca. ITc. Kkigs Fresh st-ick. W?i2 o per
dozen. Live 1'. ullry Svring c!i ckeas 8c
per lb; hens. He;- rooster. 64iiJr; turkeys,
lnc; ducks, sasWc; geese. il.no. iK; 1 er doz
en. Potatoes Hurbaaks. a"6 -e per bushel;
llebrons. 64 .i'.sc; K se, Wiiuc: sweet pota
.toes, llliiinis i!,S.5 'er bbl. Apples
Fair to go.nl. fl.ib&S.HH mt bbi: choice to
fancy, T'l 1 1. 4 ranlieri ie Wisconsin
Hell nut Huge. $j.5n rer hbl. Huney
White clover, l ib section. HiiVtc per In;
broken comb, li!.'!-; dark c m 1. giol coa
dition. ln jl c; extracteJ. Hj.'sj
New Vouk, OcL 2 .
Wheat December. '"-Bit-'lc; January.
7SSh-t;3e: Feoruary, 7:P,-iTt; March. 7"'4
& Hie; May, T.-ImITSvc. i',.rn No. 2 dud.
4-S.ts.Sc. November, 4.-; December, W&
4Uo; May, 4-i4ii-;1jo. uats-N'o. firmer
and quiet: western, S4i4ic; slate. 3834!c:
December. XlsnIJihc; May. JiratTjic. Pork
Light supply aud slon; new mess, S-0.OU
Lard Jaiet but steady; auini-:endereu.
This space is reserved
Klug, Hasler, Schwentser
Dry Goods Go.
217-217J V. Secoml St.. Davt.mmkt
THEY ARE BARGAINS,
A car load of handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
The l.ornl Market
Corn New, '!r5'!(
t'W M'(- 'JbC
Ilav Timoihv. $10; nph nl. JSilJli"; s ough
JH3.S7; baled. t-s3,i.
Bntter Fair 10 chotre. Si. ic . rri imerj. -Sc.
Esrs Fresh. 3 ci-.!e
Poultry Chirkeng, 13c; torKcv. !- dnckf
l 'c ; geese, lilc.
mtni tVO VBBTARl
Apples f.tOOQSr, 1x1 per ht ;
unions rticper hu
Taniips fi icer bu
LIVE -T M K
Cattle Butchers pay for c.ru ten
4ft4stc; cows and fieifus. -1it'1c
Owl -Soft, liV: hsri. ?s..V).
Wooil sawed. JS.'.i; cord, tl.25.
Suits worth fl'i 00 jo at
20 00 '
All That Was Necessary.
'Have you taken any precautions against
"Well, what have you doner"'
"Got my husband to make his will."
Tribune de Geneve.
an Awful Traeedy-
Tluiu at ds of lives have been fucr lie. d. thous
ands of homes made deso ate by the futal mis
take of lite "old fi hoof physicians, still persist
fd by some, uotwithst&ndins the light thrown
upon the sub.icct by modern research, that Con
sumption is incurable. Itistiot Consumption
Is a scrofulous disease of the l;in. and any rem
edy whxh strikes liubt at the seat of the .com
plaint must and wilt cure it. Such a remedy is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery It is a
certain specific for all scrofulous complaints. It
was never known to fail if given a fair trial, and
that is why the manufacturers sell it under a pos
itive suarantes. that if it does not benefit or cure
the money paid for it will be refunded. The only
lung remedy possessed of such remarkable cura
tive properties as to wnrrat.t its makers in sell
inc it on trial.
KK Y(H" IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to reut rooms
Want s sen-ant girl
Wunt to sell a farm
Want to sell a bouse
Want to exchange anything
Want te sell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anvtlilne
Want to nnd customers for anvthing
USE THESE COLUMN'S.
THE DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED AT YOUH
door every evening for Wsjc per week.
oa ? 0 1
H m 1 fe S
H -Br 8
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
CLEMANN & SALZA
1525 and 1527
V2i 12rJ an;'.
Light on the Subject.
Read these prices and you will be enligh:-
Rico Root Scrub Brushes..
Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap. .
Kirk's Jiiu' Htr.u -uj'
Kirk's Juvenile S. :i;
Tinware, G!awarc. C:.'.-
ware. Lamp-, an.! u:;
less variety ? I!
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FAIR AD ART STORE.
Great Slaughtering Sale.
No such values ever offered. Not one part la:!.-"
style selected from stock on account of its poor sell
ing qualities and necessarily reduced in price L-"-our
entire stock, new, fresh, stylish and perft-ct ft
ting, is guaranteed lower in price than can be founi
elsewhere. Not a garment you cannot save fror.
two to five dollars on.
Selected from our
immense stock ex
cels others in qual
ity, style and work
manship.w hile our
prices are guaran
teed the lowest.
BEE HIVE, Cloak & MillinervCft
114 W. Second St. Dav : : :r: