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rsbtehtd Dafty nd Weekly at 1N eoad A venae. Rock Ielaad HI. J. W. Pom, PUBUSHEE. TSUI (ell, lea mu per week. Ws-jklv, . ol ponuiiv, kradvatit 91.80. All comaacicatloos ol a critical or Tfruiaeeta live character, political or nligiooa, suet hava real Nat alta.:bcd for publication. Ko lark atlrie vf prttt4 owt flejttoia '(aataira. rormpondaaof solicited (rum evsrv township ta Rook island eueou. Tin Kt uat, Atkil -'6 1894. Tint Australian ballot law grows In favor with every elei-tion. Over 200 electric railway arc now C rejected in different . parts of the 'nitcd ttcv. :ri . L.T week at Philadelphia a com. b'ni'd teloj;rajhinj; and typewriting machine wns ahnwn. u . 1 , ... 1 L. F. Ckallk, f Mo.ine. i.t out for sheriff on the republican ticket. Now let in here fr.nu Kiltlcscn. (ii:iitiE K. I.AMiibKT and P. V. Co have heen imliictil by Vierich'a Binouncenient to make no mora bones alHiut it, but to eonic out flal flooted tor tho nomination for county treasurcr. agreeable tu the republi can countr convention. Kr.LLi'a army, that Itock Inland J likely to have a visit fnm. is the largest of the eounioiiwcalers marching on to Washington," hav ing l.i'nj turn, uhile the larked otb er contingent has K."3 men, the aver nje being '.'iW to an army. The women in Kansas appear toln losini; their interest in Nlitics, or don't prize tho (rnnclae to any alarming extent. The St. Louis Chronicle notes that at the recent election in IaCavenworth out of 2,5K) women whi haii registered only 3o0 voted. Soap of tho beautiful, charming and lovable sex are a trille like the little buy whopc mother found him vociferously dissolved in tears, which ho accounted for by ob b ng: Oh, 1 want something. 1 don't knaw what, but I want anv thing I can't have."' At the meeting of the stjte board of health in Chicago today Secretary J. W. Scott snbmitteda report show ing that of S.1.W school districts heard from, liaving a total enroll, ment of 73,01 pupils, C7.221 have compliud with the onb.-r of the board regarding vaeeitiation. Secretary Scott says March 1 there were 2li in fected centers in 21 stales. Later advices show 83 centers in 11 addi tional Mate. In Illinois, outride of C'lieago, there have U'cii 61 Caites. with 12 deaths. In Chicago, from January 1 to April 21, there have licn 'J'i2 eases. jew cases were dis covered in the past week in 21 of SI wards in Chicago, and CO cases are being treated in" homes in 12 wards of the eitv. With the first breath of spring conies news from widely separate parts of the old world that last year's germs of cholera have come to life, in (iaiicia. near the Russian border, several deaths have occurred, and Spain has quarantined her ports against vess Is coming from u:i in fected region in Tort ugal. These re ports are certain to be augmented by others as warm weather approaches, but it Is pleasant to know that all civilixnd countries ure letter pre- Jared to deal with this x-st than they lave ever been in the past. Judging feom the progress that has been made within the past three year., it is not improbable that the' time is near at hand when cholera will lie as easily handled as the ordlncrr fevers that afflict mankind. Th Commonweal. After tho Incidents of the past two days In the extreme west rn contin gent of the Coxey comtuonwcalers, any sympathy that may have been entertained for the movement is like ly to rapidly vanish. Lawlessness seems destined sooner or later to at tend such a crusade. The St. Louis Republic commenting on the advance of the commonweal, remarks: We notice in the protected district of Pennsylvania a movement to get rid of their idle element by sending it to join the commonweal. It is m t ha d to tnrn on paternalist ic crusade into another. The bands following Coxey, Kelly, I' rye ami the other captains hare not the least idea of what they go to Washington to get. The groator number the rank and file be lieve, if they believe anything, tint congress will appropriate nioucy to feed and house them. The protec tionists can capture this vague pater nalism. The lirst Coxev halt in Washington can lie turned' into a Me. Kin lev camp meeting with a little blatherskitiug anil blntherskit .ng is cheap. Such a headless, tailles', purjKjselcss march will inevitably le used by somoliody. It is a big. Iil'u.d victim, actually begging to be har nessed to a sellish pttrKsc. There will be surprise, not if the protec tionists or some other jtowerfiil in terest in legislation docs, but if it does not use the Coxey crusade to fasten new burdens on the people.'1 Uoteraor Jackson. CbiriroNerjIil. The longer the trouble with Kelly's army lasts the more apparent is the weakness and vacillation of Governor Jackson, of Iowa. He doesn't know his own mind an hoar at a time. He calls out the militia and sends them home again. Some one tells him a cack and bull story about impending danger and the unfortunate militia men are again double-quicked to the front. He has shuttlecocked the national guard back 'and forth so often within the last week that the members of that organization sleep in full uniform with their gun be side their beds. His infirmity of purpose is visible in other directions. One moment he is assuring Kelly of his most dis tinguished consideration; the next he is issuing -all sorts of orders at the behest of a railroad attorney. He is as invertebrate as a jellyfish, and if any trouble should arise from the tangle that exists in Iowa the Hawk eyes can place all the blame npon their weak, feeble-minded, weather cock governor. He is about the worst gubernatorial failure of the year, which is saying a good deal. ACCUSED OF . VANDALISM. Aa Iowa Editor Charged with Breaking Tombstone. Tlkasast Plains, la., April 20. A sen sation was sprung npon the people here by the arrest of William 11. Eck. the jun ior editor of The Champion of this place. The warraut churned Ecfc Wjth desecrating the craveyard of the Society of Friends. I-ati-r in the day he cave bonds for K0 and was released to await the trial. On Siitid.-iy niornini;, Nov. 19. lSSO, three young lailies who hint none to decorate the Krnves of tlieir friends discovered four teen nl.-i'os, or tonilistoiuti, broken and de molished, while many others were badly ilefiierL Tliis enraged the members of the Soci ety of Friends, who secretly raised ?t,.rxK), and, prncurimc a detective, put the caae in his Iwind. He struck up a friendship With I'xk, whom he suspettett, ani, as he clitimtt, worked a coiiftsMou out of him. Cpou the clmrgt-n of the detective Kck was iinvsted. Kck dcuii-s the cliarpe positive ly. His accusers claim he did the deed to spite the tow n for a fancied wrong. OFF FOR THE NORTH POLE. Walter XVrllmau'a Kxpeditinn or Discov ery l.euvc for fipitibergcn. Aalemxk, Norway, April 20. The Amiricau north jstlar expedition under the command of Walter Wellmnn, has soiled for the Ulaud of Spitzlergeu on the steamer ItagnvoU Jnrl, which has been chartered for the purposa of the expedi tion. Experts here pronounce the steamer to lie the best iceboat in Norway. The aluminum boats that the expedition car ries were greatly admired here for their beauty, strength and lightness. As the lUgnvold Jail left the quay on her voyage to the far north the American flag was hoisted at the foremast head and salutes were fired. All the shipping in the harbor was decorated with flags in honor of the departing untie explorers. A large fleet of small boats escorted the steamer out of the harbor. Prior to her dipurture u large number of cable dis patches expressing well wishes for the suc cess of the expedition were received from the United States. No Ariuii for Sons orVetcrnne. Albany, April 0. Governor Flower has vetoed the bill allowing Sons of Veterans to curry nrms. Ho says: "The bill re turned herewith includes associations of Sons of Veterans, among those entitled to parade with firearms in public but ex empts them from auy liability to be called out to the assistance of the National guard. If an exception of this sort is made hi fnvor of the .Sons of Veterans there would seem to lie no good reason for re fusing the same privilege to any other reputable body of citizens and all kinds of citizen organizations could with propri ety df nmiid the right to parade in public with Urcurins." Railroads Holding the Coal. TLKRK Haute, Ind., April 2G. The min ers' strike is already making itself felt on the railroad entering here, and the dif ferent lines are taking steps to guard against u failure of the supply. Super intendent Corbett of the Evansville aud Terre Haute railroad has notified every aent ulung the liue to hold all the conl now in t he yards. At this point about twenty-live cars consigned to Chicago dculcra have lieen held fur the use of the engines, liy this means the company ex jhcIs to have enough coal to outlast the strike. One Farmer Marilers Another. GoLcokda, Ills., April 20. John A. Fin ney, one of the wealthiest farmers in this county, was shot by Matt Layman, an other farmer, who fired both burn-Is of a shotgun at him, one charge entering his breast and the other his aide. Mr. Finney died about bait an hour after lie was shot. The shooting took place three miles north of Golconda, on the public road near Lay man's house, and was the culmination of a quarrel commenced several days previ ous. Layman gave himself ip and was placed under fl.UUO bond for his appear ance. Oliver Is a Uad Boy. U wviLLE, Ills., April 3a Oliver Clay ton, 8 years old, was arrested here for Lnmieriiig with the content of lock boxes at the poaioflice. He was afterwards re leased with a reprimand, he being too young to prosecuted. Lost winter Clay ion was arrested for being the leader of a giuig of youthful burglurs. One eveuiug recently lie concealed himself in the post olliee for the purpose of being locked in, but was discovered by a mail carrier and put out. .aaasaaMMasMMOMsnaKsvtaMr-' tie Mule n tsig t'ortuae. Hkllka. Mont, April 20. Henry F. Uucbclor, president of the Stock Growers' National bank of Miles city, bus been found guilty in the United States court of wilful miwippropriation of 4400,000 of the funds of the bauk while its president by louuiug it to himself individually. Peculiar to Hlauelf. So eminently successful has Hood's Sarsaparilla been that many lcadis" citizens from all over the United States furnish tcsti monials of cures which seem almost miraculous. Hood's Sarsaparilla is not an acci dent, but the ripe fruit of industry and study. It possesses merit pe culiar to'itsclf." Hood's pills cure nausea, sick headache, indigestion, biliousness. Sold bj all drugist6. STRIKE SITUATION IN ILLINOIS. Only Klght Oat of Twenty Mines la th Springfield District Closed. SrKlNGFlKlJJ, Ills., ADril 2C The sitnm- tion iu the miuers' strike looks less favora ble for the strikers. The men at several mines are at work, only eiiiht mines out nf twenty in the Springfield sub-district be ing closed. At Taylorvillo the miness, numbering 130, struck because the opera tors wanted to reduce their wages, aud l'resideut Crawford and Secretary-Treaa-nrer Guymon, of the United Mine Work ers of Illinois, organized them. At Puna, at three shafts employing 300 men, all the miners are at work. At another mine em ploying fifty men the miners are on a strike. The mines of the Consolidated Coal company, the largest company in the west, all located in southern Illinois, are in full operation. This company's mires are machine mines. Wisconsin ft rand Army. Jasesville. Wis., April SC. Impartnnt changes were recommended by the depart ment officers in their rtiorts before the twenty-eighth annual encampment of the Wisconsin Grand Army of the Kepnblic. The attendance is fully 6 W and will be swelled to 1,003. CommauderE. A. Shores announced in his summary of the year's work that about M14.O0O hail been p?nt in charity by Wisconsin posts during last year. Adjutant General Shiiijisou reported decrease in active membership during the last year of iiSL I love a maiden fair to see And best of all she lovolta mc; uar hearts both bt iu nolty W e owe it all to Tu ks' Herb tea. For she wes fallow and I was red. And r.ei:hsr of ns would ever bare wed Bad It not been for her annt who said : "Just takes Parks Tea when you go to bed." So d by liar z A Vllcmcycr. Farts Worth Know inc. In all diseases of the nasal mucous membrane, the remedy used must be non-irritating. Nothing satisfactory can be accomplished with douches, snuffs, powders or astringents, be cause .they are irritating, do not thoroughly reach thcalTecrcd surfaces and should be abandoned as worse than failures. A multitude of per sons who had for years borne all the worry and pain that catarrh can in flict testify to radical and permanent cures wrought by Ely's Cream Balm. Your drnggist lias it". MaTed a Halt from Deatn. Wabash. Ind., April U6. Thomas Col lins, a freight brakeman on the Wubash, saved the life of a child in the yard here. The engine of Collins' train was bucking in on a siding and the 3-year-old son of George I'leil ran up on to the track in front of the locomotive. Collins was rid ing on the brake beam. Seeing the peril of the child he held ou with one haid,and, reaching down with the other, lifted the youngster out of the jnws of death as the mother came screaming down the track. i A in the hand of a Puiaeeu fives you a feeling- of horror und dread. There is no lonvcr necessity for ita use in many diseases formerly rejraraed as io- Sat bcuraliio without cutting-. I The Triumph of Conservative Surgery fnct that. RIIPTIIDC or Breach. . . ,' , tonownid- enliif cured without the knife and without pain. Clumsy, cbuhnar trusses can be thrown away I They never cure but of ten induce in flntnmntion. strcniruhition and death. TUMORS Ovarian, Fibroid U terine) and , many others, are now removed without the perils of cutting- operations. PILE TUMGR3 however lartfe. Fistula V , 1 UMUIW and other diseases of the tower bowel, are permanently cured with out pain or resort to the kniie. STONE ln tne madder, no matter how w ' . larve. is crushed, pulverized, watb eo lout ana perfectly removed without rutting. STRICTURE o Crln? Passat is aJb wiiiiviwiik removed without cutting- in hundreds of cases. For pamphlet, references and nil particulars, aend 10 cents (in stamis) to world's Dispensary Medical Association. Ko. 663 Main btruet, Buffalo, N. Y. PROPOSALS FOIt r-RE'H VEGETABLES hr-dqiiaitcrs Oepa tmett of the Nimonri. Olhc t'bto f l ommia: cjf Snhnisu nee, rh lento. III.. April 24. Pin. Si aif a proponsKin triplicate, will be receive!) at thle office until 13 o'cicck at Batanlsv. Mmy M. :hm, at which time and place they will be opeuni in p erence of bidd-ir. for the fnmirhina; and de ivery if such quantities of fresh imtstoev aud onions as muy be required by the hnh,istmice lciartm nt. at Fori II ady at eh.: Fart I eavenwortn. Ksna.; Inclu tin- Pro to.i OBrd at Miliuiy 1'iison. Fo.t Mackinac. Mi-h- trort Keno, okla.; rort H'ley, Ksns ; Fort blieridan. 111.: Fort S'll. Osla : Kurt Cuiml Oa-la. : Fort Wa no. Mich ; Indianapol is Ars nal' Ind : Jefferson Barraoka. Ho , and 1 toe It Island Arsenal, lli.,durin? the lime cominenrinc July 1. and rmlins N..v 0, tun. Pronisaswili be re ceived up to and opened at the same hour at t le scvt-ral posis, by the le-pmive commi-r es of Micb uostr, each mjs; cuuiniis-uirr rvceivinc nro- r -.... ...., to-, .niijr. oiunas lor :ouo sa's an'l circular of insroc io ti b drterV el- ..... ..... ....U.U...IUU n W ixie iua uy or vesreta- hies required, ma nor of I iddmc, condition, to be observed hy bidders, and terms of cm tract asd pinnient. w It lie fnrn elm ton app ication to this once or to the Acting Commissar of eubsisuiic i at any p isr. It is ex re-s'y auderatood tha" the Contracts msdo under th's sdv. rilveinent sha I not be oon-trued to Inm'vt the Tailed States in any ohllitaiinn for pnymcut In excess cf the an- IIMIli.lllMI I. ... . nl L . 1 si ." "3 v ior tne parno-e. The Oovernuivnt lescrves the tight to reject anv nr all iipi-im..!. k w 1. .. .... . . . , . ... '"i" n cuuwininr proiiosttle should be marked, "Pmposuls for Fresh Vceeta- hi Ma sft i 1 as ft . 1 s-t a am il ti, AaJ - "V i r - u iiiiutrrnipnea, or to tbeAdtnr; : omntts-arjr or tuhs.Meiice at ih niait hirl Is.r. J II II I II A u.. i j l-. D. A.;Vbief Com. e J" B Gloves Gloves When you want a pair of Gloves go where they make them, which is AT BENNETT'S GLOVE STORE 1605 Smoud Avenue. "As oM m thehills"andl never excell C.I. "Tried and proven" ia the verdict o f millions. Simmons Liver Regu lator is the r0w"f'PoKy Liver ami Kidney ineilicino to which you can pin your i faith Xor a 1717 cure. "A tive, and purely veg ctiblo, act ing directly on tho Liver and Kid ncv3. Try it, 8o!d by all iistn in Liquid, oi- in Towder to bo taken dry or r.ia Jo into a tea. The King of Liver Medicines I have nscd yoiirSinininr.s I.lver Retro lntorand I'ltn coiiMcliitt-iiHiy:y suy.it i1.he kineol'nil livr liiedlrtiicK. I ciiriKidi-r it a Ini'dirine ehest in llsi'lt". ust V. JACJL 0OK, Taooma, Waoh.ati-iu. JaTXVKJlY rACXACiH-lft aba the Z Stamp in ml on wrayp-ir Th Pills Druggii High Class Lawn Mowers. THE fiEXUIXE PHILA DELPHIA. THE COXTI XKXTAU THE SEW DE PA KTUKE, THE BUCK EYE JR. Rubber Hose OF THE HIGHEST GRADES. LAYVX GRASS SEED, IaAWX FEUTIMZERS. LAWX ROLLERS, LAWX SPRIXKLERS. THE PRICES ARE LOW . ERTHAX EVER BEFORE. Everything for the makinj; of a rich lawn at Louis Hanssen's SalfiDWAUS and SI2D ST0E, 218 and 215 West Second St., Davenport, Iowa. timm bath mm Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. ROOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 nt. on week days. For Gen tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a. m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from 6 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms. B WINTER. Wholesale Dealer and Importer of Wines and Liquors. 1C16 mud 1618 Third Ave 3 3 - o i I W 5 T 0 g I H M Q i THE TRAVELERS1 GUIDE. QniCAGO, ROCK ISLAND TACIFIC 2 Rallsrsy Depot eorner Fifth svrnue aad Thlrty-arsi reet, Frank 11. Platnmer. Agent. TRAISS. Denver Limited AOraiha.. Ft. Worth. Denver 1I.C. R. C. St. atoe A Minneapolis unota ues atoines. ...... tmha A Knas City Omaha A Dee Me'nes Kz... tOmaha A Dcs Moines Kz.. Denver, l.inrnln A Omaha... Kt. f aal A Mtnr.espol s St. Paul A Minnespolia.... at Joseph; Atchison K. C. Denver, Ft. Worth A K. ', JKsnf as City A St. Joseph. tRoea Island A Waskrocton. jKoek Island A Iowa CUT.. . Ran. t 8 t 4 t S 8: 11: 8: 6: 111: 'S: 4: 1(1: ' n-. S: 45 am :4R am Vim :00am SOpm so am 40 pm ;40 am : am 40 pm 16 am :40 am :45 pm 4."m 10 pm a ileem It :1ft pm 8:4ft pm 6:10 pm 6:t am t 6:S0pm t 5:3ft am t a:0am t 8:5pm t A:!! am t SrOOpm tl1:pm t fc:fst am t RtlSpm t V :10 am Arrival, t Departure. iDaily.exeeptSanday. AH others dailjr. Telephone 109S- T. B.PiitnnBB, Agt. BURLINGTON ROUTS C.. R. A Q. RAIL way Depot First avenue and sixteenth street. It. J. Younc, agi-nt. T.H1NS. St. Louis Expnss Ht. Lonis Express St. Paul PaMwnzer Besrdstown Passenccr.... Sterling Passencer Onhnqtie Passenrer'...... 8'erlltie Psseneer , LAVB. 6:45 am S i.m !. pm s:l5pm T :.s am 7:55 am is pm sBRiva. ?:.Tipm 6:SS am 7 :55 am 10:S5am 8:45 pm 8:45 pm Usili-. (niCAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL Paliwav Racine A fsathwestern Division Depx Twentieth street, betwien First and Second avcnu.s, K. 1. W. Uoliuca, Aeut. T'AtS. i Lcsvs. Mail snd Express St. Paul hxortss Pi and Aceoniiuodalion. TtflO am :9ipa 4:49 pm ll:45im 7 :4i pni a tstpm Dock Island a Peoria Railway 'x Di-pot Firtt Avenac and Twentieth etreeL F. A. Uucswell, Agent. TRA IN. Kfcst Wail tayrMjs Express laUle Acoommodatli n.. 1 avb AHHiva ":'K in." T:5R pui 3:4i pm 11:15 pm tt:10am! S:(H pm 4:aiatnl fc:t sra DruLixGTON, Cedar Rapids a or:hern Hnilway, drpnt foot cf Bradv Mr et Davcniraru Jan. Morton, Uen. Tk't A a . . cn.uu Davenport Trains. . La Arrive P.l'nnLir . . . ItiA .1!. ninlkll laa Frciibt S:w sin all:l& pm Leave Meet Davenpusl Weal Liliertv I n,n- Psaseimvr.. ftchrht I TNiinh. Hiin'h. ... h?:.mm b:55pai ,.. alti:25pm; a:10aai ... b? :M) am . bT :40 pm . h2:4l pm bll :45ani ... KSM.Spm bit :50am ...:a13:45pm! bT :30ara aDailv. bDsily oxci'iit 'undav. tGoine nenh Goloe North. ;Goine fonth and cast. 0arr.es paiijcnscns to Cdsr iopids on;y. To St. Louis VIA. 5k I-eave Rock Island . Arrive St. Louis. . . :30 A. M. :30 r. m. Rate S7J0 This Route affords a pleasant day journey through tho best por tion of the state of Illinois, in. . eluding the cities of Peoria and Springfield. A full view of tho Stato Capitol is had from the train at the lat ter place. Lunch is served on the train you can order what your appetite demands and at a reasonable price. Another thing to be considered is, that you are not compelled to rise at an unseasonable hour to take train. You are landed in Union depot, St. Louis, in due time to catch out-going trains on connecting lines in case your destination is be yond. R. STOCXKOUSE, 8, T. A. FOR CTO. a PeMatnoK, are will wsel A Win pie Kmvrlcspe, of vliner WHITE, FLESH or liKLSETTE IrOlVDIvR. Ton have seen it advertised for many years, but have you ever tried it? If not. you do not know what aa lsAcm! tMqiiexsm rentaer saw POZZONI'G besldea betna an acknowledaerl bsauttam. bas many refreshing escs. Itpravmttsctoaf hw. sun-burn, wmd-tan .1 nssens penpirathm. cte.i lnfactitlsatniiaM.dolktaitdd-slnible protection to the (see tunn hot wcaUaar. It la aWld Evcrrwksra, PVir aamola. address I J. A. POZZOMI CO. 8t. Louis, Mc MENTIOB THIS FsrKR. cic:3f;:::3sh?i asrsaty. sstk. SSSStosaS ItXksass asm. bis Colored Shoes Greatest variety of brown and tan shoes and Ox fords in all the leading correct spring styles from the east in Ladies' and Children's. We hai-e the ever pop ular razor, west-end and new narrow square toes. They are beauties. Widths A A A to E. Gents' Nobbv rirfl .1 1 1 j .v. 'lui.iijie t all the late tads. yi " we have them, tail - see the prettiest ., ' pretty patterns in.-,;' of materials, that v,. guaranttf. If you h trouble in 1 i:, r consult us. 2 at-?dL Cor. Second and Harrison i(s. Telephone 207. THE MOLINE WAGON, MoLnne, Ills. Tiie Moline Wagon Pa aanulactnrers cl FARM, SPBIHO AND FSSIGHI WA:"i a rallandeocapleUUceof Platform s.oi other tir-ric? exoos.eie-ia! v acu vcu-ii, isttrs trade.tif sq parlor workr-.snf ' 'i. ar.d en;-li .'instrsirl r,'xi. awUeation. eeetteMOUSA WAuua V.fcre niucaaaicc KOPPE, THE TAILOR, 18C3 Second Averse, J. F.EorzariELD. ls,! ROSENFIELD BROS. practical PI House Jlealint; and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Uoi V Iar.iS 'u'-1 SEIVERS & ANDERSON, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done. I bslng iome abort not lea and aauaractloa raaraatecd. 7S1 Twalflk atr. r Ojur First Special Hat Sale This Season. Former Pri.c. fH-OD Pat torn 'Jlats t6.(M $5.00 Former Price. $4 Kejrular Sl-x k Ilat . tJ.tH 44 Note the followini; - prices on pattern liat v and Imnnets: Sale Prioc. 5.7.r. tl.75. 1.O0. t l.i'o. We will alio jilaee all regular stot k hat mi fame red uot ions. Over ."lOlMri mined liat and 1 . it elect from. Nothing but new ctvloe; no two aii choice am! nobby gooils. CLOAK DETA RTM EXT. 25 per rent diM-mtnt lhi w-k on all jacl-ts aii'l Full aud coniil le line of wrappers, mils and waist-. BEE HIVE, (Wholesale and Retail) 111 TIT Ctnans A Of TAsr..nrj"irt lit VY.OCtUil'i OU, LdlUi. - pi-;.- ?.'.'' ' i.:-'i- ? 1.: :it li- ! . A.! rap- i 1 it- s !