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, ! I Si WrWIMIUSTPAYlTALL. The New Revenue Law Will Levy a Tax Upon Frugality and on Industry. It Will Tax the Shares of the Building As- sociations and Savings Bank Deposits, But the .Rick and Robbing Gas Trust Will Be Permitted to Escape Easily. Last Tear It Beat the Tax-Payers Out of 8316,000 -It Will Do So Again. Becauto the rich down-town property owners do not pay their just share of the taxes, the tax levy is ten million dollars less this year than last. All poor property owners on the West and North Sides will have to make this up. Seventy-fl'e per cent, will be added to their already high taxes to make up what the following rich men wiggle out of paying their just taxes. These figures are taken from the latest report of the Illinois Bureau of Labor Statistics: NAME OF BUILDING. Adams Express Ashland Auditorium Board of Trado ,, Borden Block Boyco Cnamber of Commerce Cnamplaln Chicago Opera House.. Columbus Hartford Horns Insurance Lakeside Marshall Field Retail . . Marshall Field Wh'sale Masonic Temple Monadnock Now York Life Old Colony Pullman Royal Insurance Slegel A Cooper Stock Exchange Studebaker XflCOliiB lacoma No wonder the real estate business lu Chicago Is dead. People arc tired of paying the tnxes of others. Owing to the bribery of Assessors by the Gas Trust and other rich corpora tions the assessed valuation of Chicago property gets lower every year, whllo the taxes of those who have to pay grow larger In amount. Tlio expenses of the city nro greater every year and the poor man who pays taxes has to meet them. The Gas Trust And other bribers are not affected. The honest taxpayers of Chicago pay a greater percentage on each $100 of their assessed valuation than tlio peo ple of any other city lu tho United States. The following tlgurcs taken from tho New York World Almanac for 1800 nnd furnished by the Mayors of the cities named, speak for themselves: Tax rate on each $100. City. ?.".59 Chicago l.SO Buffalo 1.25 Baltimore,.., 2.01 Brooklyn I.:i0 Boston '-'.01 New York 1.S5 PhllmlQlphla 1.50 Pittsburg l.SO San Francisco 'J.O.'i St. Louis '...., Chicago's tax rate Is the bigbestjn tlip country, And Its assessed valuation the lowest. The following tables give a i condensed, presentation of this phaso of the subject, the Equitable being estimated because it escaped taxation entirely: Total market Kquillzfi rrrrint. ljimUm! Kami ct Company. ur of n.tiuH niuin'iit Ant, Hut, icourltlei. Miluatloii. to rml Miluc Prop, tamu nul mini. frilcnzoOMl.lclitanJ Coke Co .... ll,'J77,i!6 50 W) UJO 01 3 TO VkiW.SJI (" t'ron'iGil.l2lituliiJCokCo Hf.'II.IM.M SM B1U.0O . l.TI l.niMOO.U) tonuwtn-r' 0 (.o S,l.'OiO,iw Snu.S.sa.uu a,:n vul, moo ToiaI forlhr rompanln T3,0M,I0 00 II.IW.lM.OO siw hIcW.w" Enuiiabla Oil Unlit unci I'm I Co (.UilitlliiMtodJ..;. n.7TaOIQ01 U8.S3I 00 S Oil 111.00 Tout of Jour corapanhi fll.TASuO 00 l,-.'3,3.',00 s Yi J Wl OW.oT 1 Nam of Company. '' j -' t.Lieiyo f.u Light nri'l I'okn f'j IVorle Oat l.i;M ami I ou Co.,,,,,, Couiurr.er.ij.il Co.. ..,.;,.',,,,,,, lotii for tlirnM-nrnpanl! .. ., fcU InUeinu I.Uhlunl l'ul Co. (etlin itnl) TuUI of four (,-ompnnlei To Burn up, the evidence appears conclusive that in the absence of Intelligent Interest in tins subject among the people, tho gas companies have been able to have almost their own way in the matter of assessments, inspections, capitali zation nnd price, until the need of an awakening to the true situation is becom ing evident to all students of the problem. The clear and almost deflsnt viola Moris of ttie law by the gas companies are, however, I (Wary -to be so well under itnod that, only Borno sudden and unjustifiable tying of the hands o( the city by ti(tue it!;fslutlo:i at sprinjneld can long postpone tho day of reckoning. The Oas 'J nut makes large dividends for its stockholders by not paying its just taxes. It beat the people out of 8310,000 in taxes last year, and cleared aver $2,000,000 clear profit according to Billings' annual report. The price of ras is too high. The price makes the profits too large. The people should get h9 1'CueGt la n reduction of 25 cents on every 1,000 feet. OWNER. Shophord Brooks Alex. J. Alexander Studebaker Bros., Eto Board of Trade William Borden Mary Boyce, Jul. Sherman... C. ot C. Safety Vault Co Samuel A. Crozlor Estate of P. F. W. Peck Columbus Mem. S. Dep. Co . . E. F. Gillette Home Insurance Co L. Z. Letter Marshall Field Marshall Field Masonic Fra. Temple Ass. . . . Brooks estate Henry Phlpps, Jr Estate Francis Bartlett George M. Pullman Roval Insurance Co..., L. Z. Letter. Feck estate. Wm. A. Fuller. . -ACTUAL Ground. 5 800,000 1,000,000 1,800,000 1,200,000 480.000 250,000 1,300,000 800,000 900.000 1,200,000 600,000 800,000 700 000 900 000 1,200.000 1,500,000 1.7B0000 1,000,000 742,500 750,000 600.000 2,500,000 1,600,000 560,000 800.C00 Building. 3 150,000 700,000 3,800,000 1,200,000 150,000 270,000 1,000,000 600,000 575,000 800 000 500.000 600,000 150,000 750,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 625,000 935000 686,000 400,000 1,400,000 1.400.000 Studebaker, Lyon A Ross.. , . &aiety uoposit uo . Read the above figures, citizens of Chicago, and then blush for shame. Out of the ten largest cities In the United States Chicago ranks tenth in assessed valuation of taxable property! Does any one for n moment believe that Pittsburg and Brooklyn and Buf falo, for instance, are richer than Chi cago, not to speak of San Francisco or St. Louis or Baltimore? A thousand times no! Chicago Is tho victim of the bribe-giving propensities of the Gas Trust and other robbing corporations, which take all that tbo pcoplo have and glvo them nothing in return. Chicago gives tbo Gas Trust and the other tax dodging corporations police protection and tire protection. It gives tho Gas Trust its streets frco of charge. Ami in return tho Gas Trust cheats Chicago out of its taxes and forces the rclty to pay it millions of dollars for tho poor apology for gas furnished to Its lampposts and public buildings. - - Asschsed valuation. $232,020,0(50 245,074,030 .i01.022.7US 570.107,742 1,030,003,000 3,042,053.258 801,510,035 205,000,000 352,344,001 315,000,000 r i Tajei luiM , l'.lr of Ami. pilil by llui.l'rop. tuinu Uillir, A'jlinl Ami. Uxu lulJ. IHKIII".. I Tup. ni tulur. V.WO :.'! MO '.-.'.IJil IHO.II1 lo.M IU03T1)" I Vt M W.im 6.VHT JTSWH 77.MJ IJ7I.HI8 65.IM 4I.0M W-M.UM 3lfl,5tl Thu now city nttorney uliould enforce the following resolution passed by the City Council: llesolved, Tlint tlio City Attorney be mul lie Is hereby directed to In stitute proceedings to test (bo constitu tionality of tbo act of the Legislature permitting tbo consolidating of gas companies, and also annul tbo act of consolidation of the Consumers' Oas Company, the People's Gas Light nnd Coke Company nnd the Equitable Gas Company, for the reason that these companies In consolidating under the name of the People's Gas Company have violated the express conditions against consolidation contained In the ordinances granting them the privilege to operate lu the city of Chicago. Commenting upon this most neces sary nctlon by the City Council, tbo Chicago nrccoitD or satuuday, MAY 12, 189S, SAID: "Aid. Dlgnnc wns not elected as n reformer. Nevertheless be offered In the Council Monday evening n set of rcsolutlons.tbnt tuny be made to work for the relief of Chicago from the grasp of the lighting corporations. Probably some of the nldcrmcu were taken by surprise or they would jiot have allow ed the resolutions to get past the stage where they could be used for sandbag ging purposes. But tbo resolutions were adopted, nnd now need only the signature of the Mayor to make them effective. "The resolutions call nttcntton to the benefits of municipal ownership of tbo city water works nnd suggest possible benefits to conic from municipal owner ship of the lighting service. They em power the Mayor to nppolnt n commit tee of nine to Investigate and report upon the experience of other cities with municipal ownership of lighting plants and to agitate for State legislation that AitHior'T far Cent. VALUE, Total Value. AMIIIOr'l Total. TOST 15.38 9.00 611 17.37 857 10 29 978 986 12.81 9.50 10.00 13.43 10.82 9.02 10.06 714 848 932 435 E25 1500 5.23 7.27 463 7.44 $ 650,000 $100,000 1,700,000 5.000,000 2,400,000 630.000 525,000 2,300,000 1,400,000 1,470,000 2,000,000 1,100.000 1,400,000 850,000 1,650,000 2,700,000 3,000,000 4,250,000 1,620,000 1,677,500 1,416,000 1,000,000 3 900,000 3,000,000 1,025,000 1,250,000 153,000 305,500 416,800 54,000 54,000 225,000 138,000 189,000 190.000 110,000 188,000 92,000 151,800 271,700 250,000 3fc0,000 101,500 73,000 116.800 150,000 204,000 218,200 47,500 93,000 470 000 450,000 will cnablo the municipality to furnish light to Its citizens. As Mayor Harri son Is known to be In favor of the ex tension of the functions of tho munic ipality In tho direction of a larger de gree of public ownership It Is to be presumed be will sign tbo resolutions, unless ho finds somo serious objection to their form. By doing so, nnd by ap pointing a first-class commlttco to car ry out tho purposo of tho resolutions, ho will do much to preparo tho way for a proper solution of the lighting prob lem In Chicago. "tiu: i.inii-n.Nn companies op Chi cago, r.srcciAi.i.r tiii: oas companies iiavk tiiratimi tiii: puiii.k; most IIAMi:i'l'l,I.V. Tlll'.Y SUCUIIKIl KUAN CHINKS lll'ONTIIi: KXI'IIKSH STIPULATION THAT TIIRV MOULD NOT COMIIINK, 1IUT WOULD COMPKTK WITH ONE ANOTIIRII. THEY PIIOCI'.KDKD, IIOWKVr.lt, TO KOIIM A Tllimr IN VIOLATION OP 1IIK LAW, ANDIIIEN, TO AVOID LMlfAKIIASHMKNT, HAD II IK. T.I'.niiU.ATUIIK PAHMAN ACT LKOAI.UIMIIIIEIII STATUS. MOIIK Til A.N THAT, TllhV HAD THE I.KUISI.ATUIIK PASS ANOTIIKII ACT .MAKING ANY FUII IIIEH COMPKTITION WITH 1III.M I'ltAC riCAI.I.Y IMPOitslllLK. JUST IIEI'OIIE IHEHi: LAWS WENT INTO hPFKCT AN OI'PEII WAS MADE II V IIKbPONtlUt.E Pfe.ll riONH TO 1UIINIHII I.KIIIT UPON TEIIMH MUCH MOIIE PAVOUAIII.K TO tON'HUMKIlS AND THE LITY THAN THE TIIIIBT MAIN TAIN. THE A0EN1H OPTHETKUST PIIL VhNTbD IIIK PANJAUi: UP '1 111: 0I1IH NAM'K. "Evidently tho only relief from tho sltmitlon Is lu extemllng the functions of the municipality. The city has u municipal electric lighting plant, which tho Mayor and Council, very wisely,' have taken steps to enlarge. Upon se curing the proper authority from the I.cglKlutuiu the city plant could be still further enlarged nnd used In furnish ing light to private coiiuumci's, Just as the city funihhcH water to citizens, lu the eourae of tlmo tho city might very well go further aud tnko over the ex Ihtlug lighting plants aud thus control tho entile llghtltig service of the city. "A move to secure from thu Leglsla tine authority for municipalities to funiMi light to pi'lvato consumers would meet with a hearty cooperation f I om thu binnller cltlcfc of tlio State. Many of then: have electric lighting plant for fiiriilMilug public light. They could Just ns well as not furnish light to tlielr citizens, and fiequently have sought from thu Legislature the privi lege of so doing, but without success. In several neighboring Stntes cities i having municipal plants nro allowed to sell light, Tho cities of Illinois, es;--. chilly tho smaller ones, should bo given I this mum privilege. If Mayor llnrrlson , Klmulil tiamo this committee and It should lm successful In securing legls- , latlon of this sort It would earn the gintltiule not only of thu people of Chicago who protest nt being held lu tho ginsp of the ga trust, but of the citizens of thu smaller municipalities of the Stnto as well." The (ins Trust Is making slathers of money out of Its damimble monopoly. It guarantees tho Ogden Company $200,000 per year for not extending Its I plant under its franchise, The money, of course, comes out of the pockets of the people. When the Sangamon County Grand .Tury Investigates Legislative bribery It must not forget the Gns Truit ngent who manipulated the deal of 1807. That denl will not be outlawed for over a year yet. o hMB) arc th materials naw uhH In tha manufacture af gaa that tha aammaHlty ean lia aald at a araftt far M asnta pr 1,000 fsat far Illuminating pAirpaaaa and far 90 eanta jar ,000 faat far fual. Mow humiliating It Is to think of Gns Trust people writing to England to tell of what they can do with American Legislatures with a little English money. The Infamous Gas Truit bought our streets of the last Legislature, mid the city of Chicago can never own n gas plain or mi electric light plant of Its m TMiv.axAl. M"; ? ; v aT. wf ;:teS'&!mu3Bmrmmmri&.7 ml ti?-H Al fc Vf r.Tti ft Aihi?A iffy pf i V' sKJJaLsSSSsB!aLsSSSSSSslW LssV i Sa9BLLflBBBSIBBBflt HON. P. T. 6ARRY, Tho Famous dvortlslng Manager of the Chicago Newspaper Union. own until this "Connolldatlon" law Is repealed. Think of nn American city prohibited from using its own streets! Yet the city of Chicago cannot use Its own streets If it wants to light them Itself! Tho Gns Trust owns Chicago streets. It bought them from thu last Legisla ture. ' The people are Just awakening lo this fact. Walt until they nrc thoroughly aroused, and some gentlemen will not wish to remain long Inside the city limits. FABRICS' NAMES TRANSLATED. Qlossary that Muy lie lUcful in t-liop-per Who Know Only I'.nulUli, Slnuy of our fabrics and dress goods bavo French names and we use them without much Idea that they originally had any .meaning. A rni nro Is n material woven so that the cloth has the effect of being woven with small seeds on tho thread. llano refers to a fabric crossed by bars of a contrasting' color. Bayndcro comes from tho dancing girls of tbo East, whoso garments are mndo, of stuffs crossed from selvage to solvago with stripes, nnd when worn with stripes appear to" run around tlio body. Beige Composed of yarn lu which two colors nro inl.ved. Bouclc A fabric having a marked cursor loop In tho yarn, which Is thrown to tho surface, liouclu Is French for curl. Bourette This puts n lump Instead of a curl on tho surface. Tho word comes from bouror to stuff. CaiToau Tho samo as checks, car iea u x meaning squares. Cheiiu A printed effect. Crepon A crepo or crinkled effect. Dainasse A figured fabric showing n contrast lu luster botweon tho ground work and tho tlgure. Wo bavo tho same Idea carried out lu dniunsk linen. Drop d'Ete-An nil-wool fabric with n twilled faco and brondclotli back, woven ns a twill and tlulslied as a hmndcloth, with tho gloss showing on thu back of the fabric. Drnpdu Paris A twilled arm lire, In thu wearing the seetMIko effects nro given a twill effect, ns In a serge. Etamliiu Openwork effect. Filse A fabric lu which tho pile stnuds up from tho surface lu uncut loops. Friser Is to curl, or, as we say, to friz. Gloria is a silk nnd wool material. Jaequard A weave called after Its Inventor, In which every warp thread can bo madu to move Independently of any other, lutrlcnto figures being thus produced. All such complex tlgured fabrics nro classed undor tho broad iinuiu of Jncquat'ds. Slotohisse A fabric whoso faco Is broken Into rectangular figures nnd puffed up so ns to resemble quiltlug. Matehisso may best bo translated as tufted. Melange (literally, mixed) A fabric produced from yarn that has been either printed In tho wool or dyed of different colors and mixed together be foro being spun, tintlii Berber A satlii-fnced wool fab ric with a wool back. The effect Is ouo of finish, rather than of weave. Vlgoreux An effect produced by printing the yarn of which tho fabric Is composed and using It without any regard to order or design, ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. William Flnkler, one of the best Aldermen the Twenty-sixth Ward over had, has opened The Eagle Buffet nt 107 Itnndolph street. Tho furnishings nro elaborate and the stock of tho very best. Mr. lankier Is at the head of one of the finest places of business In the country nnd he Is a model host. George W. Grlcr, Jr., nnd SI. A. SInrx, formerly with Slntbews & Co., have opened a fine tailoring establish ment In the Great Northern Building. 77 Jnckson street. Tho firm name Is Grler & Co., nnd they propose to be come the lending firm of Importing tail ors In Chicago. For the correct hat, patronize Dun lap, the Palmer House hatter. As a mixer with fine wines nnd liq uors, "Almnuarls" has no equal. For the best custom-made suit of clothes In Chicago, at reasonable prices, patronize Tom Rowan, at Work Broth ers' great establishment, 2US-240 Fifth avenue. Try "Almanoris" on tho side. It won't cost you any more than bottled lake witter. For tents, awnings and waterproof covers go to Murray & Co., 320-833 South Canal street. These people are leaders In this line of goods. Murray ft Company, who lead In the awning business, and who were located on Randolph street for cloven years, In vito you to call at their new mammoth establishment, 320 to 333 South Canal street. Ouo trial of "Almannrls" will con vince the most skeptical. Tl") bent livery men and business men who own their own stables patron ize Slurray & Co., 320-333 Mouth Canal street, for stable and storm blankets, waterproof covers, adjustable buggy aprons, etc. Don't forget their number, 820-333 South Canal street. Dunlnp's famous hats and silk um brellas uro the best In tho world, Slnko a lemonado from "Almnuarls" wuter very fine. "Almnuarls" Is tho highest located spring lu Waukesha, 100 feet above Fox ltlver. Try a "high ball" mndo from "AI mnnnrls" water; It won't cost you any more thau lake water. The telegraph manual Issued by the Western Electric Company will tench any one tho art of telegraphy. To get a copy address Department a G, West ern Electric Company, 242 South Jef ferson street, Chicago, aud luclosc 23 cents. "AlmnunrlH" Ih equal to Imported water, and doesn't cost you any more than eommou old lake water, put up by local bottlers, o The best business men In Chicago dine regularly at the Northwestern Ca I Telephone North, 1058. K BROWN'S Furniture and Piano Movers. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. :&K 26-CENT PACKAGE AND BAGGAGE EZFBESS. 01C8tlrniU-63IUcluAT, tering Company on Randolph street, opposite the City Hall. The famous Zncherl nnd Bohemian pale beer are kept on draught constantly, and all lovers of good beer say the products of tho great Northwestern Brewing Company cannot be excelled anywhere In this country. Ask for "Almnnnrls," nnd Insist on having It. For nourishment drink the famous Zncherl beer, brewed by the North western brewery. "Nature smiles through sunbeams" Is the trade-mark of the Sunbeam In candescent Lamp Company. The Wursburger and Prima beer, brewed by the Independent Brewing Association, cannot be excelled In Cils country, or any other. Don't for,-:ct their number, 680-012 North Hoisted street. Telephone North 045. SPANIARDS AS SMOKERS. AlMiciranccs licccptlvo Kcuarrilna Their Uc of lobaccn, It Is a familiar saying to every trav eler south of the Pyrenees that "every one smokes In Spain, men nnd women. old and young, rich nnd poor." That mm is tne case all travelers noree. aud It might reasonably be supposed, too, that, as a result of what Is n natural habit, there would be an enormous con sumption of tobacco In Spain, more cs pcclnlly In view of the fact that prior to tne Dreakliig out of the revolution the nvcrngu tobacco crop of Cuba was 000,000 bates of more than 100 pounds each, and that Porto Rico and tbo Phil ippine Islands have also exported large quantities of tobacco, there being sent from Manila In nn ordinary year, when peaceable conditions prevailed, 100, 000,000 cigars, exclusive of 400,000,000 cigarettes and 2,600 tons of cut to bacco. Smoking being a general habit In Spain, the Spanish colonies (or former colonics) being notnblc for their tobac co exports, nnd tho policy of the Span ish Government having been distinctly fnvorablo to smoking, It might natu rally seem ns If Spain, In this particu lar at least, should take high rank among the countries of Europe. Such, however, docs not appear to be the ease, for, leavlug out Scandinavia, there Is only one country In Europe Hint uses less tobneco In a year than Spain does, nnd that country Is Italy. When the consumption per Inhabit ant Is taken ns a basis for comparison, the position of Spain Is seen to be nn Insignificant one. for there Is actually less tobacco used per Inhnbltaut In Spain than In Scotland, where cigar smoking Is rare and cigarette smoking almost unknown. The figures per In habitant In ounces, tnklng tbo average of several years, are as follows In the countries named: Ilollntid, 85; Switzer land. 82; Turkey, 70; Belgium, 03; Ger many, SO; Austrla-IIungnry, 42; Scan dlunvla, 40; France. 33; England, 33; Spain. 30. lu nil public places, social resorts, restaurants, cafes, railroad sta tions, clubs, hotel corridors, and the theater lobbies lu Spain, tho atmos phere Is surcharged with tobacco smoke so much so ns to constitute n very objectionable feat uro lu tho view of American tourists. But, notwith standing this largo supply of smoke, It would seem ns If tho consumption of tobneco did not keep pace with It. The explanation of tho matter Is probably found In this, that Spaniards ns a rulo smoke cigarettes, lu which to bacco Is nu Important but not exclusive Ingredient, nnd that pljKj smoking Is very little known in that country. The Hollanders, on the other hand, who stand nt tho head of thu list In tho con sumption of tobacco, do not as a rule MURPHY & LORIMER BRICK COMPANY 407 Writers UalM rtglnW STORAGE AND VAN CO. IHLMSi Storage " i smoke cigars and seldom cigarettes. They smoke pipes, nnd the consump tion of tobneco In pipes would seem to bo relatively 'larger than In cigars. Sloreover, Spain Is n dry country. Hol land Is a moist country. The consump tion of tobacco Is usually found to be larger lu damp than in dry countries, and perhaps though there Is no scien tific authority for thls-tobncco used lu dry countries emits more smoke than tobneco used In damp countries. But tho fact remains Hint the Spaniards consume little tobneo for a nation of smokers. New York Sun. Millionaire Adopts a Wall. In n two-fold sense .tames Pratt, a millionaire of Hackonsnck, N. .1,, hns set n good example. Not content with tho family of eleven children Hint bless his home nnd whom we nro sure bo blesses he adopted a 4-year-old girl from a Stnto Institution Wednesday. He said he wanted to make the number of his living children even. He hns been the father of eighteen children. tilduo 8nt In Jewels. The Shah has In his palace nt Teher an n twelve-Inch globe, upon which tho parts of the world are set but lu Jewels of vnrlotts colors England with rubles, India with diamonds, the sea with em eralds, pud so on. About Itfttlroutt Mmoloyeii. Theio nro 450 employes to every 100 miles of railroad In the United Stntes. "What is the price of Dobbins' Electric Soap "Five cents a bar, fall size, jast reduced from ten. Hasn't been less than ten for 33 years." "Why, that's the price of common brown soap. Send me a box. I can't afford to buy any other soap after this." WNratkiSNinMhis lr nhir eorni grow. Rtmovc that coll with A-CORN Snlve. No pain, no polaon lhat'i a atroh point. And tha corn lav. that's an other. 10c Orugilita or mall. GIANT CHEMICAL, CO.. illM Cfcerrr St.. Phi la. VICK niilb.amtnanlibaTttontothouMn4iorntlflnlru' lonitra for naif actnturr.anit to ctltbrat tin ft t'i rear lu bull neai t hara ImimI a Ooliltn Wedding rdlllou of Vick'sfn'r.. Guide which li a work of art. Hwcn HtMimhtil In ' ;lo. 4 Mm aouftnlr. marly I0 lgn BUM 111; liatidioiiiv halMonollltntraUana of rfow.rt, VfgMaUn. I'lnr.t., FnilU.Hc.tl.aantly bound In whltt and gold. Amur. vel In eataloguo making i an authority on all mblpit. pertaining tothonron.wlthio't"i;;.f''"1 SeocrlptlVo eataloguo of all that ItdMl-able. It I. io rmyono Inttrtiwd In a gnod garden to hato a io,y, therefore wo will nnd lia Wnfda aae) a I far DUB ULIi far iMe. warla at aetSI IS OtS. It tallt Sow trtalt la gltta tor raU Aaoaat af pawaan to bay attar gooai. Vlok's tlttl Gom Catalofju. . . A perfect llttlo gem of a prlro Hit. . II la .Imply tho iluldo condonwd, Smlyllluttrated, and In hjri.W anapa. making It coor.nl.nl for rtftnnco. Pit UK Vloka llluatratod Monthly Masazlno fiilnmnl. ImprnTed rnd up to Halo on all mliVi.. relating to Uardenlng, Horticulture. etc. U lenm a year. Hpf olnl JHM aSar-th..lnHKlau on ear, aud ilia (lalaa for t!3 cealo. 9ar a.w plan of atlllag VegfUMa glt.i)earura f.r yaa? at.a.y taaa aay Mod ataw la As.'lca James Vickt 80ns, Rochester, N. Ya TEL. MAIN 3376. BMg. Separate Looked Ptoome. for Fine Furniture '-Carpets. 4 Bias), 13H3I MiHU Hsu. I t I SEEDS .ml AkBna Mt. .,Y , tsuAii!1 H Lxi:..-3i r. f-'SCV.v