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THE ABGUB. -FKIDA Y, APRIL
a"t -rx yw . fmwm I - I I
axmuwi i i h m. ,i K'l' iivunivn' i wamicij. - iwsjsjwbj
mi MM Dan? m4 Weakly at MM
taaaa, lock Islaad. 0L rSataraa at taa poet-
eBM m wend elate auttar.
J. W. Pottib
1? RHa-DaUy. M Mtl par wm. Waakly,
few pat aaamm ; la Krau, $1. M.
All cssuraalcatloaa ef cittscal 1 mi U
wfacaaiacur. political at rellgloaa, matt aaaa
Ml aaata attach tor publication. Ka tuck
artel via b prtntaa am letraoat denatures.
Onranaadnea aollcltad fnai towMttp
Fridat, April 10, 1898.
Tne republican light for recogni
tion In the conntj it becoming net
Hum. W. H. Nr.r.CR tell the Ma
comb Journal that be ia sot a candi
date for congress in bii old district
Tub democrats carried Sancamon
county outside of Springfield Xuet.
uaj d a majority ol 223. In 1894
the republicans carried the same ter
ritory by more than 200. This is a
democratic gain over two ;earsa ao
oi more man w.
It is to be hoped that the rennbli
cans will not be mixed as to thedates
of their caucuses and will not be
mi led up with the rule of primary
election euner mo straight oiarasn.
ionrd rule goes this time. This sea'
son's lesson left its sting.
George For. a farmer of Kewa
nee, who sold bis farm recently,
consisting of 403 acres, to give his
children a better education, while
loading his goods in a car was kicked
by a steer in the stomach, and it
caused death in a rery short time.
Thr editor of the Mt. Vernon Dai
ly Krister is plnjicg in big luck
these days he cheerfully acknowl.
edges the receipt of a donation of
potatoes, of the elephant" variety,
and then proudly boasts that half 'a
dozen of them wou!d be suflicicnt for
a meal for an ordinary family.
With the Union out ilatfooted for
the reelection of S. J. Collins for
chairman of 'be republican cnuntv
committee he ought to experience no
more trouble anout getting there.
It will be remembered that the Union
insulted organized labor for its tight
against Collins when he wanted to
be superintendent of the court house
construction, but ho got there never
theless. Now he proposes to ride over
the heads of all opposition into some
Tha Stala Tas Ratr.'
Some of our republican friends ap
pear to be exercised over the splen.
did record for efficiency and economy
in administering state affairs dis.
ployed by the democratic state ofti.
eials. This is aptly illustrated bv
the indiscreet war in which some of
the lets careful republican political
prophets emphasize their expressions
of surprise at the 62 cent tax rate.
and seek to disprove the record of
democrntio economy by insinuating
that the increased tax rate and the
practiced economy do not read well
together. To sav the least, this is
indiscreet. These designing croak
ers should know that the tax rate it
not fixed by the state ollicers, bat by
the legislature, and as that body was
strongly republican in both branches,
it is pertinent to address imiuirica
regarding the tax levy to tho general
The 39th general assembly has a
reputation f r corruption and ex.
travairance that is unsurpassed. The
appropriations made by it aggregate
nearly flO.lXKJ.OOO a million dollars
more than those made by its prede
cessor. If tho appropriations are
large the levy and consequently the
state tax rate will be large, and that
is just what was the matter with the
recent republican legislature.
Notwithstanding the fact that be
tween it and the scsston of 1993 a
disastrous panic and two drouths
bad occurred, greatly distressing the
people, in the republican legislature,
in the one item of legislative em
ployes, the expenditures jumped
from 6I. SOI in 1893 to $114,000 in
195. Scores of useless ollicers and
employes were on the pay rolls at
big salaries, with nothing to do at a
time when taxpayers were sorely
pressed for enough money to pay
their taxes. Indeed, it is a notori
ous fart that members of the last
legislature had individuals placed
upon the psy rolls at good salaries
with no other duties to perform but
to black their boots and brush their
clothes, carry their valises to and
from trains, lead them back and
forth between the capitol, when at
tending the sessions, and to steer
them about among the "pleasure
resort' so abundant at the capital.
That is why tho tax rate is in
creased, and the less our republican
friends stir up a discussion of the
history of the 39th general assemblv,
the better will be their niirhtlT hours
cf rest. '
Ma W mm Tan Sharp Tor Thtm.
One day last winter a stylishly dream!
xvoruan stepped from a ccaih in front of
big dry poods store in New York and
proceed in to the far department eelcct
ed a seal wrap worth fc!oo. lu payment
he ten.b red ai-heck for f 1.000. which
the sjle.wi.nian t, k totbet.flle. A
tneeaetitft-r aa dispak hed to tlw bank,
and b t,.U tha tbe check wot
Rood. Meantime tho woman pretended
lobe tad;Snut. demanded a return cf
the. cheek, wonitf .aceevt no aoolosjtt
and drove away. Presently she returned
and said tho had allowed her temper to
overcome ber ana ordered tbe cloak
wrapped up. She was Riven $700 in
change and disappeared. A second visit
to the bank disclosed the fact that the
wctnan had withdrawn tbe $1,000 she
bad on deposit there and that the check
Mr. Gratefaafa Adrlca to Philip.
"It isn't new, tbe idea of living with'
in one's income," said Mr. Gratebar
"bnt I am trying to impress on Philip
the importance cf beginning in his
youth. I den't want him to be mean cr
stingy. Let I do want him to save some
thing every year, without interruption.
and to begin when he is young. Began
early and kept np continuously, it is al
most wonderful bow even small savings
accumulate. There is scarcely a man
who cannot provide him.elf with a mod
erate fortune from bis savings alone by
beginning early and keeping at it- ,
"Old? Of course it's old ; old as the
hills, bnt how many of os have profited
Dy it? AndlwantPbiliptobeginnow,
New York Sun.
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufacturer's agent. Col umbos, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's New Dis
covery has no equal as a cough rem
edy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel. Ft. Wayne, Ind., testi
fies that ne was cured of a cough of
two years' standing, caused by la
grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery.
B. . Merrill, BalJwlnsville, Mass.,
says that be has used and recom.
mended it and never knew it to fail
and would rather have it than any
doctor, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 East Twenty
fifth street, Chicago, always keeps it
at hand and has no fear of croup, be
cause it instantly relieves. Free
trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Send your address to II. F.. Buck
lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Tills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. These pills aro easy in
action and are particularly effective
in the cure of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liter
troubles they have been proved in-
vaiuaoie. xuey are guaranteed to oe
nerfcctlv free from everv rinlctpriims
substance and to be purely vegetable.
i ney uo not weaacn oy ineir action,
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels I'rentlv invimrntB ttin arc
r J r " "j "
tem. Regular size 25 cents per box.
ooiu dv uanz ct uiiemeyer, drug
Examination for Naval Cadet.
May 1, 189G. at 10 o'clock a. m.
at the court house in Galcsburg. will
be held a competitive examination to
select a candidate for admission into
the U. S. naval academy as a naval
cadet, from the Tenth congressional
district of Illinois. The applicant
must be at least 15 years of age and
not to exceed 20 years of age and an
actual resident of said district. Can
didates will be examined in reading,
writing, spelling, arithmetic, English
grammar. United States history and
algebra. Said examination is open
to all young men who possess the
above qualifications, who desire to
avail themselves of raid opportunity.
Oeok;e W. I'liistt e, M. C.
Advertised Llat No. IS.
IJt nf letter uncalled form the postoffice
IW-.-kcr. Junn U.
. Mrs. V. W.
Iill-V JutlltM, IV
Hum J. A.
Ilolvhkl-. A. C.
D-JVU-.. Cbarlcs K
Imtv. H. M
Shatt-.. II. J.
Vv .illiT. K. M.
Iiek & MeCnrty
Mystio Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia curea in 1 to 3 days. Its
action npon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. it removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Urotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Oust. Schlegel & Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
FUaal rileal Ptleal
Dr. WUUaait' Indian PUa Ointment win crna
aliad NaadtBK. aloeratod and Itch hut allea. It
abeorbs tha ttnaocs, allaja the Itching at once,
acta at a pooltlce, gives instant rtUef. Dr. W!l-
Uamt Indian Ft It Ointment It prepared only tot
pllet aad itching of tbe prtrata aarta, and nothing
ette. Brary box U guaraateod. Bold by drug
gtota. Mat by Bull, for SO ceata and SI par box.
WUUaait tasfaeraring compaBy, Proptlotora,
Cleveland, Ukio. Bold by T. B. Tbomaa.
For uvar rifty Vaara
Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Svrnp has
been used for children teething. It
sor ihes the child, softens tbe cams.
al.ays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
PnSTT ivn Anril 10 Tho Rnnl.1lM
atate convention ik voted a wholo day to a
fluht over credentials, which wu nnt im.
tied until 11 p. m., by a compromise.
Waaa Baby was alek, we gave he
a aa a Chlkt, aba cried f or
a became Wax, aba ctaag to
a bad ChOtfrea, aba gate them
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Some Facts Regarding the
Rapid Increase of Heart
Do Not Be Alarmed, But
Look for the Cause.
Heart troubles, at least among
Americans, are certainly increasing,
and while this may be largely due
to the worry and excitement of
American business life, it is more
often the result of weak etomachs, of
Real, organic heart disease is in.
curable, but not one case in a Jinn
drtd of heart trouble, is organic.
The close relation between heart
trouble and poor digestion is because
both organs are controlled by
branches of the same great nerves,
the sympathetic and pueumogastric.
In another way. also, the heart it
affected by that form of poor diges
tion, which causes gas and fermenta
tion from half digested food; there is
a feeling of oppression and heaviness
in the chert caused by pressure of
the distended stomach on the heart
and lung, interfering with their ac
tion; hence arises palpitation and
Poor d gestion alae poisons tbe
blood, makes it thin and watery,
which irritates and weakens the
The most sensible treatment for
heart troubles ia to improve the di
gestion and to insure the prompt as
similation of food.
This cau best be done by the regu
lar ue, after meals, of some safe,
pleasant and effective digestive prep
aration, like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets, which may be found at most
drug stores and which contain valua
ble, harmless digestive elements, in
a pleasant, convenient form.
It is tale to say that the regular,
persistant use of Stuart' Dyspepsia
Tablets at meal time, will cure any
form of stomach trouble, except can
cer of the stomach.
Full size packages of the Tablets
sold bv most druggists at 50 cents or
by mail from Stuart com pan v, Mar
Harpef s Theatre,
Cms. Blicsb, Xenager.
One Week Commencing
Sunday Evening, April 5.
The tale of reatt now on at Bltncr Broe.
The time Q CdltS OMprio
Easter lilies, and a bright Easter
morning not to omit your
Kaster eggs are tae suitable ac
companiments of the glad re
awakening of nature and the
opening of spring, when a young
man's fancy lightly turns to '
thoughts of love and a new suit.
A man would feel verv shabby,
indeed, if he hadn't ha'd I10PPE
to prepare him with a stylish
new suit of clothes for this glad
PURITY AM) EXCELLENCE
IS THE MOTTO AT
Liquor Hois a.
Inortcr tad wboleaala detler.
Year of rxpenenca and tha
batt ot faalitiea.
No' 1616-1618 Third Are. Wiwt
WAVTKD A GIRL. AT - SIXTEENTH
ANTED A GIRL AT A7 ELEVENTH
WANTED PLAIN SEWING BY EXPER
ieficcU band. Adddress "IV Amu is
WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY OR
VV commission. Call at Ari.ls office be
tween S and 10 tomorrow morning.
ANTED TO TRADE A SQT7ARE PIANO
in pood condition lor a trentleman's
wheel. Address E. c. E. this office.
"WANTED BOARDERS IN PRIVATE FAM-
ilr. Front rooms with all modern con
venience. Reference exchanged. Address
C. E. A aura office.
"W ANTED PLACE TO BOARD BOY S-
Tears old by parent with middie aped
lady where there are no other children: must
be (rood home with references. Aiidrevs R,"
TANTED-TOBCY FOR CASH. SECOND
V bandaroods of every description. Money
to loan on T-battels and all articles of value.
Goods stored and sold on commission. Leave
your order at 1J, Second avenue. J. W.
"I V"ANTED AVHO WILL WORK FOR
ST5 a month snlary or large commiKuon
sellina staple poods by sample to dealer. Ex
perience unnecesKurv. Write us. Household
specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
TTA NTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kelloire system at 161 1 Second
nrAMiA TUa a. . ... . i . .
" -'- Liimjiir,c rtt .-.i 17111 cuiuriKL'S IDC
model, complete instructions in cuttitiK. Uttintt.
price for system- complete, 25. Mrs. M. E.
XITANTED-GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
Ril kinds who can furnish references to
use The AlUiCM want column. Calln are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a situation and il you are reliable
you will itet one.
TKR RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE
A. rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heat
and pas stove. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
"ClOR RENT SECOND STORY OF A HOUSE
on Third avenue nice rooms, suitable for
small famiiy. Kent iT. In mire at 1 110 Third
IOH KENT ON MA Y I AN KHJHTT-ROOM
-a- house with all modern improvements, hot
water heatinp, 712 Seventeenth street. In
quire of Meyer KosenKeld. 1!1H Seven IhUvenue.
"COR RENT THE FLATS INKOF.STER
-a builrtinif on Moline avenue will he partlv
flnlshed by April I. opposite O..R.I. &P. depot.
Jor particulars caU on . A. K.ester. 10
Mainn street. Telephone 107, Iavenport.
FOR PA IE.
"CK)R SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
--- oulu avenue. Apply on premises.
LTOrXD-A PARCEL IN W)VK ISLAND
wonqay. owner please caU at this office.
iOR SAIJ-A HICH ORADE BICYCLE IN
A Brst clnss condition for Original cost
125. Address -W.." A Kurs.
TjWR SALE ON EASY TERMS. TWO ONE-A-
half-acre lots on Webb street. South
Kockaaiund. by George F. Koth, Masonic Tem
ple. TOK SAI.hA 5-KOOM COTTAdK 1NUOOD
A- condition at Sfc.7 Seveuth avenue. Will
be sold at a very low ligure if taken within 0
days. Apply on premises or address "X. Y. Z."
A Hues office.
XTARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IV NEW ivn i
J A. second-band goods: also l'oimIs hnniiut
mmission. Cash paid for all saleable fur-
niture. Ik-fore huvin. ifiv
e me a cali 1511
Second avenue.Rock Island.
iKlfrO TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
PAW cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our p:itent method in three lessons.
Vt e pay our pupils 10 to ls per week to work
for us at home, eveninrs or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour. il3 South S jith street, Philadelphia, Pa.
1)HRENOLOt;iCAL SCIENCE OF THE
hand Mme. lYanks. the scientific palmist
and thorough tfraduate in the scicuce of chir
imancy. Mme. Franks. althotiKh a palmist, is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands the hand, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin und also the
shape and si.se. which is a neeessit , u reveal
the character, the lemperament und the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
call upon her. from a scientific standpoint,
whether th.-y nre best suited to mental or
manual labor and In what occupation-they will
be the most successful: also their proper mat e
in life. Mine. Franks h.s practiced in both
Kurope and America, and is considered a very
successful and intereslinir lecturer und render
of palmistry. She is assisted by the world's
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various pi'intim.'s and sketches of hands of
different people and professions. lublic In
vited. Parlon, lf-pj Third avenue.
J-, Your destiny foretold bv the
world s most famous medium. Professor Lamb
ree.iirnijed by the press, medical faculty and
scientist irenerally as the foremost medium in
the country, and should not he classed with
card readers, fortune tellers, palmists, astrolo
gers, and similar humbuirs. Hon t f:iil to con
sult bim if you are interested in the affairs of
Hie. If mamarres. sickness, deaths, changes,
travels, divorces, separations, lawsuits, busi
ness tranactions. wills, deeds and inort?a?es
lost or stolen pnmorty. hidden treasures lost
orl,-tit friends in'erest you: If you care to
know what you should do to be 'successful,
where you should w and whom to avoid, when
to buy and ,:cU stocks, etc.: if von desire to
have yourdomestic troubles removed, your lost
lj i "'tiicn-si enemies convert
ed into staunch friends. In a word, whatever
may oe your troubles, suspicions or desires,
call on this lifted man. He will make vou
happier, wiser and holder than ever liefore
lon t be deceived by false lovers, bad mar
riages and tricky friends. The professor will
tell VOU how toflnri ,K..m .....
, ' ...... ..... m IILIl. Ft in i, ;i ;i i(j
call at once. All business striciiv n,i,i...
tial. Hours a. m. to ( p. m Sunday lo a. m.
to 6 p. m. lrof . Lamb. Iu Second avenue.
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1C09 THIRD AVENUE
will Co If nred at a warn aceordlnv ta iiiMim
prevent trumieioa of blood Iwun, rkin dit
eaet, acute and chronic alcen, ttr cture, ore
of the hsnds and feet, Kravma, Tetter, Walt Rhea
autirnt. Ind imstiou of the Bladder, uueaxes of
the tone, jonu and muaelea. hypbiletic Insanity.
Scarry, bcivf tla in aiacjr forms. Tbe above and
a boBOrad other formt of disease are traceable
directly or mdirectly to byptai ltic Bioud Poim
lor which tbe Dr.Jackrvc's EnL-Uofe Safety Tab
let la a tare preventative, arid it a safe Gerai
Killer, rend, rtoe contagion hardly puwlole. bence
iu value. If neglected tach troablrt res alt ftul
ly. If ailed acywhere, teaied $1 : tlx bozea for S5.
A. 1. ILeitt, Fourth ire andSSrd bl .Koeklila&d
OVX WEEK, COMMENCING
Thursday, April I i
The following reductions
in prices are all genuine.
It wiil pay yon to attend
Ladlea' co'orrd Biarribs s'tce Olovot
r. gul prize SI. now SOe
1 adit e' colored 8-botton Motqaltalra
uivh trguu puce ai.a
Ladlrt ritlnnf qk.. ,
uireSuede GloTtS. regular price,
Lartlct' colored 4-inttnn aUee
Glove, rrgalar price 91.90, t,uw.91.KO
Ltdiet' white rnd butter colored 4
Imiton glace tilover, regular prica
. n" 84e
ladles' colored 4-bntton elace
Gloves, legalar pi Ice 75c, now.... S9c
Lailies' c-i'o-ed 8 button Mofqnl
tMrefnede Glove-, realar price
siso, now .....sjt.aa
MlMet Bicycle Gloret, remlar
pri-e fl now 00a
MiM8' ro'ond 4 honk gliceOlovrs
regulr price jc, row 7se
lliet' ro'ord Bisrritz clace
Gloyt, regular price 98.-, now.... 75e
Ldle' Swint embroidered ITand-ker.-hlels,
regular price 2. now.
LadTe' !are edL'ed co nrcd honlrrod
Handkerchiefs, r.gilir price 10.
now ' '
Ladies' heme itchd colored Hand
ketcbitfj, rrgalar price 13c,now..
Lad lace e.lnd m'ond hord-r d
Hhiidke.cbiif. resmar price 5c.
Qea t' colored hemtti cbel Ilard
kei chiefe, regular price 14c, now.
Gents' colorrd hemaitched Hand
Kerchief, regular price 8c, now..
Gentx' white hcm-tilchcd Ilandker
chief, regular price cow
Gents' white bemmitcbed IUnkcr
chiefs, regular price lie, now....
Oent' white hemstitched Handker
chief, regular price lie, now....
Childnn'a colored bordered hem
rtircLed llandkorcbiefg. regu ar
price -Ic. now
Hemstitched Hinflkcirhiers, all lin
en, r.-gular price 9c, now
7 c ej
All Silk Colored Ribbons.
No. S Regular price 5c, now as
'o. 4 Regular pi ice Tc, now fie
No. 5 Kcgtlar price 8c, bow (to
Ko. 7 Regular price 10c. now 8o
No. 9 Regular price 13 now low
No. i-Refular price Ific, now.... X2e
No. 16-Pegalar price 3'tc. now 10a
No. Si -R gultr pries Sac. now 19c
See onr Dresden Ribbons.
They are tbe latest for
trimming wash goods.
Faney Waist Silks and
SI 10 quality now 8144
$1.15 quality now V3se
I.'-3 quality row use
$1.i5 quality now . si
tl 45 quality now 8l.Hu;
Si. 17 quality now ..a1.30
Ecimlar prices 15c, l".'. S3c and SSc,
yon ran have year choice at only,
ptr yard too
King - Hasler
DRY GOODS CO.
To buy Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Taints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn .
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is of
110 'Third trma,
AGENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES.
f EnHYROYAL PILLS
P-a. ..ysawfwwj-a. -iii
tw 'lytiw.l Bmfu lfm itVi
im ttet mm td MUiVuT
r. Iffmm dwjii WilSM
I fc. Jr "'I II jmrirmtmn. W.nlH mm
D SWasr W tmttmm.' Imm. Vj Mm
R. ORAMPTON & CO.
172? Second Avenue.
Have attained their celebrity solely
muiicu iu uuuijKuuua
THE HIG1IKST AWAKll
A t the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. V.. in 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Trize to the Schotnackcr Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1345, 1858, and arjain
in 1874. a
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1843.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COKTINIOCSLT FOB 28 VKAKS AT
Wallace's Music Store Kt'l&RT
A $100 Bicycle Given A way
We will eive a S100 Griswold Dlcycle to Hie person roin)xrihtr. the brat article to be
used as an advertisement for t!ie wheel. To Hie tnn rxT.ns win eomiHwe the ancond
best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle them to a discount of 10 r cent
from the cash price of ny article bociirlit of us diiriiur the year 18:. To the ten mrsoiui
composing the third best article we will give
All persons entering must live In Kock Island eotintv. and must come in nnr alnm
to examine the wheel, when they will be
person win De allowed to enter more titan one aiticle. imposition will be limited to 140
words. All articles must be at our oflice by Saturday. April 'JV. Merit to be decided by
a committee composed of II. P. Simpsox, W. P. (jrAVLK and K. W. Rixck. Awards will
be made accoiding to their decision.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
vopwt Tt.2j; Drocaaea bilk Uapes f i .vj: iirranuum
Skirts tl.98; Cloth Capes. 1.25: Silk Waists J.25; G''!d BHs '
25c; Spangled Rubber Belts 50c; Shirt Waist Setts Mc. 25c,
35e and 5Cc; Fancy Hat Pina 10c, 25c. 35c and 5Jc; Belt
Buckles, 10.:. 15c, 25c and 59c. Elegant lice of Shirt Wais
with and without detachable collars.
BEE & HIVE
114 West Second, street
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
uej nave invariably received
a "New Departure Bell."
fumishnl with full Instruction blanks, etc. No
Silk and Velvet IIoHes, three in a bunch, I-.
Krtr geHiie-iiot all colors, 5c a doxn.
50 dozen C'rumple-edid Lesltonis in bla'-Ir and
Tain 'OShanters, alout25 diffcnut MyW-s w.ittli
?Ec and SI, this week 50c
We guarantee to show yon the newest, nobbiest
and sw el lest effects in all the racing- ''y,
Hats and B.inets at our it-iml low prices.