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TH AKGUR. THURSD A r. APRIL 30. 1896.
THE ARGUS. iVJaaea waDy wast at m t flack Tilarl, in. Satandatttavaat aa as aiiaiil Ow anar.l ' J. T. r-rrrx Ptrtutira. TOUTS-Dally. M aw T wvat lTaU7. !" wi l dTaoa, tl "a. All aoaunakattoaa af a erltleal a artmaeta fti4haraetar. i"t a' a r"rk, jaaat kar iMt 3a afadM4 far paMcaHam. ST ncH ettaus win tofttala ever tuaaaa enaalnraa. ca-aaaara auutiaaa 1MB rmj tBWaei M mm aaty. THCu:tr, Ariut SO, rkaol (ImUmi Toaatfay, J.M M Till republican! hate put np the Tanner, bat the democrats will do the tannin. Nobtb' utt ia not a bad fellow. bol be la unfortunately the tail of a kite that will not rise high la pablio estimation. Tub A ruis it desirous of staling not only its reputation for truth against that of Dr. Kinyon, but it professional standing as well. TfitkK ia one thing a bo at John It. Tanner he knows how be stands on the money question. He demon strated that while he was state treasurer. TntRR are no longer any saloons in New York city. They are all "ho- tela," tnanket o tbe Kaines law, wntcn enables them to keep their doors wide open on Snnday. John K. Tabsek may now pack up and move bak to Chicafjo. He can spread his residence all over Cook and Clay counties, but he will never by the sanction ef the peop'e be sent to sangamon to live. Miss Naxct Kin vox has made it a point to attack Tub Akols' veracity The Akiu s challenges Dr. Kinyon for a chance to pi aro its reputation for truth and honor acainst his and to permit the public to be the iuilje of the respective merits. TiiB disgraceful fight at Sjirlng iol'l yesterday as a preliminary to tho republican state convention was what might bnve been expected of a political gathering permeated and coninillci by gang rule. The light at tbe outset, however, ia but a agn of what will happen in the ranks nf the party responsible for it before tbe mncnine tnaie ticket is placed in control of the trreat state of Illinois. The Da en port Democrat. say: When a blcvcle i .old for 100 somctiudy pays (66.06, or there aoonts. more thsu it costs tho man tifactnrcr to produce it." And thst l riht. There never w a bicycle for flOi) that did rot involve an out. raaous imposition un the p'u chafer. Soiu? rfT the price will be doftu where it bofongs. The publie baa been greatly taken in on the amount paid for wheels. While tbe senatorial candidate. Clatk K. Carr, was attending repuw liran coarentinns in tb" northern part of tliu iiJa'.e and tln aboui "Me and tha American bo? inCopen kti," Hilly Masou, another rotund asp'riet for 'ibe senatorial tojja, wan in the aouthorn sections, cracking old chestnuts and quo '.lug Dick Thompaon on the tariff. As the Peoria Journal asks: -Shades ol Diugla and Logan, where are we atf Tha Palltkml Trlaaapb of Tanner. The nomination of John R. Tanner for governor of Illinois by the repub lican state convention" yesterday is a surprise to no one, although it ought to astonish all who believe in the true principle of American poli tics that have for their underlying principles me survival or the nttest. Mr. Tanner is a machine made can didate, and of the instrumentalities which wrought his triumph over the opposition of bis own party, to say nothing of the sentiment of the peo ple of the state, the Chicago Times- tieraid rives tbls expression: The Times-Herald tiled its bill of exceptions to his csndidacy early in the campaign and has seen no occa sion for a revision of Its allegation as 10 nis general unfitness for tbe office. Mr. Tanner s nomination represents the triumph of machine methods in politics. It was in no sense s trib ute to bis personality. He is simply geniai maenme politician of anus al cleverness and of marked mana gerial ability. His worst fault is that he is a radical sooils man, and yet tbe man's personality was not sufficiently obnoxious to in vite organised Hostility ol sufficient rnecuveness to accomplish defeat vuia such grasp upon the connty machinery of the party all over the aiaus as r,e secured in the last cam paign he could not have been beaten except nnder the brilliant leadership of an eloquent commoner like ex ttov. Ogles by. While there was gen eral concurrence in the belief that h. Is an unfit man for covernor tha m.. china dominated In a majority of the. "" i;bius ine protest of the people. To make his nomination sure he did not hesitate to ally him self with the MrKinler forces in countie where they were in con trol, aed la counties where the dele gates were not assertive or pro- nonnced in their presidential prefer ences he was quick to announce himself aa opposed to the Ohio candi date. By virtue of this double dealing, which Is the Tanner-Jamie son idea of politics, Mr. Tanner is the nominee for governor of Illinois. ' The LlUnry Afeat, When we next hear the" question anted, ."What shall we do with our bars?" we vball answer, "Make itbcm literary agrnta." All Ton want is a lit tle, zoum ina central situation, pens and tab and a laiy t-pe nfr. " Capital ia quite - nnnpceiwory, for if the agent ia nut absolutely destitute of wits the flies aonn walk into bia parlor. Bow dees be tempt t bni? Nothing can be simpler. Ia an axe of publicity notoing is sacred from the interviewer, and aftcr.a lew paragraphs aa to bis whereabouts bave been judiciously placed in the newspa pers be shares the fate of emperors uud actreraes, and ia intet viewed, either in The Daily Chronicle or The Bwckman, both cif wbScb Journals devote much space to the cbroiiicle of email beer. The Interviewer naturally begins by saying that thcro aro few meii better known than tho agent, and proceeds to deccribe bia servant, and hia maid, and bia ox, and his a, and lite peraooul ap pearance .with the minutene which the British ppblic expects in an inter view. "My authors" aro then touchcU upon, and the agent modestly says that tboy came to bim unsought, urraufced. "Yon would be rarpriend if I gave you the names tt one or two, "and soon ad naumam. Then a note is banded in, and the agent bows the interviewer out. after arranging that m few copies of this nice homely chat may be sent to bim fur private circulation. A few days later the flies arrive, their manuscripts in one pocket, their preliminary fees in the oth er. National Review. Ifcsrtvatloa or bmrivaH." It Is stated that this word is found In French in the fourteenth century, and reference is mode to Littre, I bave no meune of referring to Littre, but desire to indicate the ne of tha words "chery feire" by Uower. I give the complete sentences from tbe prologue to the "Con fessio Amantia:" For tf men Mto In holycMrcho Betwroe the wordn aniSibat Uiy wlrche, Tb.Tu ia a f ul great difference. Thi jr pn-c'wn t tn aaUi nro, T,hnt ntrtuun ahnll hia antile'empctre. For Jil 1 tint a chrry ft-im Thi.VaorM.'a ftoid, ao aa thy tdlev Aim rhry mn there in an belle, Whielio tmtu mnnn ninne idae And iiid(V n ns tliercfore racheue Tluit 1. kxl ia. aad do tbe irood. Tho lato Professor ITerjry Morley, In tbe "CariiArooke" editiuu ofthe "Con fessio Amantis" ( HtU, pnee 3), simply gives cliRTjvan ' as the equivalent xil "chery feiie. Is this the form m which the cxprtion occurs in eirly French? If so, it wmtid reem tljnt tliis puzzling word shonlfl yield its secret ti'pertiiFteut iuvetitiKUtion on tiie urt cf French M-holatB, thoagh there 'i.ro two worils to trace iuUeud of one. iiotes mid Que ries. Till a Skinned Oranges, It baa often been questioned why orange growers will giuft and plant Varieties with thick kkius when the grout public oppreciute? a thin sCinned one moro liiKhly. A. .king a grower, if not one ol tho secret or the oranpe growing trade, why this was tlins, lie replied tliut the thin tikinneil kinds w ere rarely as prodortivo ns the thick skinut'd outB that tho public would give no moro' for n box of thin hkinj thitu for a box of thick ones and as there was er.uit'fjnciitiy more profit in growing orange a:ins thiin in growing orange flet-h tho skins curried tho day. Wo have never heard such an expla nation before, and Ibis 'liiay be only eharT.." .MilL the great ouetstion re- mnius. Why do oraugo growers gTuft and plant tbit k skiuuetl sorts v. hou tho thin t-kina aro preferable? Mccbuu's Alouthly. BaaOoa'a Pablle Library. In Eost'iu, at leant, is a public library where ibe eye may ah aro iu pkasnro with tlm mind and our popular ta-ste may gain that ini)ul.o in the right ui rcctiou for wbicb, with us the tioitu nity is still far too meaner. We have bnd no Mntlici to adorn our streets, and oftcu onr public buildings bave been the depkirabix issues of iuexppriuco and political scheming. 2iow, for once, we bave an enduring monument worthy of our material iirwperuy aim tiroreMi. Turning awuy, we linger and look back at the long inscription of its mjrtheru facade "Tbe Commonwealth Re quires tho Education of tho People as tbe Safeguard of Order and Liberty" and we are profoundly grateful to tbe eomniou wealth which baa justified itself so nobly that all the world may learn from it a useful leaou. -t?cri buer 's. Electric Bitters. Electric Bitters is a medicine suit ed for any season, but perhaps more generally when tbe languid ex bauatcd feeliog prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing tbe system from the malarial poison. Headache, indigestion, con stipation. dixziness yield to Electric bitters. o'Jo and fi per notue Harts A Ullemeyer's drug store. at roast rtlaet rtlaet Or. WDJIaaw' laeUaa F3e 01i.fcr.ent will can htiad nlaedtnr, alasnted and itchta pitea. absorbs tha taawes, aUaya tha Kchtaf at ooca, acta as a poaltice. (ires Uwtsnt relief. Dr. VII rUms' Iadlaa PUa Otrtaiant Is prepared only for pile aad tteatac of tae prtraie tarta, aad aottuc( ema. Xrery boa Is cuamatead. So'-l by dms Ma, rent by an. for to cent aad $n par box. Wluiaaaa taAaafacterlBC coaptay. ropriatom. Clevaland.Oklo. de! by T. XL Thonaa. Children Cryfsr Pitchcr'a Castorla. LEGAL. Administratrix's Sals. STATS OF ILLIIOH. BOCX laLASD COTTTT. In tbe comity errort, April ten. A. D. T8tS male rhali admli lotf atrix of toe wtste at HeTT Hakker. dfraJ petitioner. v ASM Muter, karj liakker the Bock h ud atulaal Utucn. 1 oaa and Patlai: anocistino; ana Conrad A. Spiedri as ruirian at Annie Hakker an" "try Backer defcudania. IVtitloc to m!i nil ew. to par debts. To wtioTTi it m,T conrrnu notice ia tierabv rWcn IkubtTit uceof an crier aril decrea of U.c count conn ol Rock Irian" enuit.. lUIonta, enwrcuun tne atuuoa of Ibe anderMcocd, atjn- nlt-Iehn.ti.. artminl-irvnx or tbe efa'e r Me-rr Hakker. 0e-f ad. tor lravo o aell tbe real ertie o uM dca-. d nt iait April term. A. If . liso. sa:d ev.net, in. lueificim win on tbe M'.b dT of rcxt War. ibe moc betre tbe t5b d.y of Mar, AO, ino, between tn. bour of l'J o'ciork lntbe fof.oon ait 4 oVlock In tie af Irrooon of ald Cav, io-tt., at ibe bfr of t o'clocs p. m.. aeil at public r ,- ' the rrntb do r cf ire oort boue. in the Citr of KKk 11- ana in aesd e-mnty at d Mat, to ne aian-fi ana beet biduer. tbe real ertalc dcrited aa loilewa, toti: Lou Iwehre (13 and fonrvn (141 la block tbtc (S in goith Pirk "dduton 10 tne city of kock laia-.d in tbe city of Rock Iland. tn tbe eoontj of Ko'B IVaod r.d ti' of iliinoi. nb sct tn a ba'anoe of ebon' two hundred ( ) dol lra .till due upon a mnrtgv.. utr:i xecoted In farorof tbe hurk IrUnd Mktual Brl; lev. Loan A feiTlaga aaraclatt. n on the 8'b dar of Jnoe. If 9 nd nrawinn -x (l per cent per annua in terert: ia d ale to dclnde.wt low's doner aLd tonuMeu. Trnnaor a:crub. liewd this Suih day of April. 1EW. Ma x icnci.Tr.. . Administratrix of the KataU of heiiry ilakker. C- i. ABL(, Attorney. Amusement9 H arper's Tneatre, Cbas. Buckb, ataaagar. Ona Wek Commencing Monday Evening, April 27. The Comirc Favorites, EDWIN'S Big Stock Dram atic Company and Con cert Orchestra In (he following pleasing repertoire. Monday. Tuesday.' THE GIRL I LOVE -LUCKY RANCH" Wednesday, el PERKINS" "ROSE OF KERRY" "EAST LYNNE" Thursday, Friday. Saturday, ' 'CHASE FOR A WIFE" Frlea lOa to all part of hs honse. Bard Concert at 11:30 and 7: dally. H arper's Theatre. Caas. Blxdbs, Hanager. Sunday Evening, May 3. The Lyceum Vaudevilles Tha Orca Tranf-St'antlea in High Clas specialties. The Hialts, Bryant Sisters, Dunny Mann Trio, Comedians, Vocalists, Chuhta. Isabel Kecd Comp- Change Artists, toi. Braii'ord end Dancers. i Nunn PHcei t 3 and S3 ren s. Sett cn sale at Bltuer Bros". J.cry Store. Genrlemenqf Cululre and' TfinemerrT: Are the beacon lights that aitract the young and inexprrienred Into the way thvy ought to go, which is the road to HOPPE's, where their clothing will be fitted io such a perfection of style, and the material will be so adapted for either promenading, business or social functions, that he can take precedent as the "glass of fashion and the mould of form." and delight bis friends with bis good taste as a connoisseur in clothing- HOPPE Tho Tailor. THE PLACE ? To buy Hardware, y Mixed House and Floor Paints. Rub ber Hoae, Lawn Mowera or anything in the Hardware line in general ia of FRANK ILL 1610 Third Avenue. AGENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES. I CnnYROYAL PILLS a a4ar tkrfe i. A ia Ka mt M MUiVv M kia, nMn- TafcV i uraartn.vana.A !! IW 1 1 W II (Vltea.'ailMv. aktayadaMMaaaBa,. .-- Pes 4&Fit I W Jf tn tomr aa J 0 -jaaaa- WANTED. WANTED GOOD TABLE BOARDERS AT 180B Fifth avenue. WAJTTED-PAPER HANGERS AT 419 Seventeenth street. w ANTED-4300D GIRL. POE GENERAL, housework at Z103 r ourth avenue. "lT A NTED KMPLOYMKNT BY YOtTJfG vv man of 19: olhce work preferred: sood reference. Apply "C. D. B.," ABUl'S. WANTED FOCR NEAT APPEARING people wbo are williatf to work for U! dollar per week to call at 1K Third avenue. nuay. Apply np stairs, room one. WANTED EMPLOYMENT: STEADY ' V places to work at ironing- or second work two or three days a week by competent pirl: references riven. Addre -M. B.." Ab- "TANTKD-LADIKS A?D GENTLEMEN v f bidder at auction Kale. Saturday af ler nonn at 3 o'ekapk. An opportunity seldom of- rerea to repleiwdi your Home at iftii second a enue. "pOt RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER X: buikline. corner Fifth avenue and Thirty tirKt atreet. opnututc C. R, I. P. depot. For nurtieuiarN cau at !nAe store ol fcierson cr Iteidy tiros., room 4. Mitcncll & Lynda bkielc "IVT ANTED-MFN WHO WILL WORK FOR v v tn a momh snlarv or larve oummiMiion selling MnrDe Koodk by sample to dealers. Kx- penence unnecessary. nie ua. uousenom Specialty company ,47 W. Fourth street, Cin cinnati. Ohio. T A NTED MARRIED 'MECHANICS AND v f laborer o;it of emulovment who mant to tret desirable hornet at half actual value. TiSvinff for nam in nnrt nnvment of vhvn' TaytnB I kafnHiy work in a irrowinK city for solier indus- ous men. Aaorcss c. u., cure 01 ran ab- Cua. WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE French KelloK system at 1111 Second avenue. Tne complete system embraces tne model, complete instructions in cuttinc, fitting, French basting and boning for only tlu. Usual price for system- complete, Ka. Mrs. M. E. La arson. irANTKD-GOOD RKUABLE HEEP OF 11 all kinds who can furnish references to use Tbi Akkus want column. Calls are re ceived at this ofllce daily for domestics, etc.. wno can come well recommended. Try tnis column for a sanation and if you are reliable you wui get one. FOR RNT. T7KR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD -a. locution, iteasoname terms. Apply E. vv . nurst. "COR RENT-IN Hl'RST'S ULOCK TWO -a- suites oi oinces ui two riNims each, ueat and hot water. Terms flu per month. TJIOR RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE -a- rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heat ana gas stove. Apply to r. u. Thomas. T7IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH -a. or without board, suitable for irentie mun and wife or two gentlemen, 1114 Second avenue. FOR BALE. R SALE NEW S ROOM HOUSE, SHB bixtn avenue. Apply on premises. TT10RSALE A PIANO IN GIX1D CONDI- MJ j.m. cheap if taken at once. Call at IbuT Sixth avenue. TTIOR SALE A FIRST CLASS RKST.VU- -X' rant dointr a business of l.stm a month. A 5-ycar lease on same. Inijuire of Robert ben- neii. at riess iros . MISCE LL AN E OUS OST A HROWN SILVER MOUVTKn . ihh-ki:l.iuu&. r uuer wuii! wan! ml A III. in T A DIES I MAKE Hit WAGES DOING i tiieasnnt home work, and I will irlurflv scia lull particulars to all st-udmir a 2 mt st imp. Miss M. A. Slchbius, Lawrence. Mich. HARRY B. TRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND second-hand ifoods: also froods handled on couuiii-Jon. ( ash paid lor all saleable fur niture. Kefore biiyinu-. five me a call 1511 seoona avenue, Kock Island. &1fVl " ANY MAS OR WOMAN WE vxvr cannot teach to draw a crayon portrait by our patent method in three l&vsons. vi e pay our pupils to fix per week to work for us at home, eveninm or spare time. Send for woj-r and particulars. Hermann & Sc oiour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa. PHPENOLOT.ICAL SCIENCE. OF THE hand Mme. Frank, the scicntihe nalmKt and thoroueh rduate in the science of chl omancy. itlme. Fninks. alt houirh a palmist, is not a fortune teller. She thoroiurhlv under stands the hand, the lines with all their twists auu turns, tne texture of the skin aad also the shape aud sire, which is a necessity to reveal tne cnarocier. tne temperament and the abili ties. Therefore she can reveal to i hose who call upon her, from a Hcientiiic standpoint. wnetner tney are best suited to mental or manual labor and in what occupation thuy will oeinc most suct-ssiui: also tneir proper mate in life. Mme. Fmnks has practiced in both Europe and America, and is considered a very successful and intereminir lecturer and reader of paliuisiry. She is assisted bv the Wfirld's renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl and of Cyprub. who will exhibit to the public various puintlnirs and sketches of hands of different people and professions. Public In vites, i-arion, isiu Third avenue. CLAIRVOYANTS. MADAM DESARMEAUX. THE CROWNED queen of all clairvoyants not a sorcerer or fortune teller, only asa clairvoyant medium. Her power excites the wonder and admiration of even the most skeptical She will foretell your destiny to a certainty. Scores who have consulted her consider her advice and assist ance most valuable. She has made fortunes for many. Hndinir for them through her Clair voyant power Investments that returned them Treat prolit. People in all walks of life have been benetlted by the services of this eminent medium. She never faas to irive warning of the snares that await vou in the future and point out the way by wbicb they may be avoided. Love affairs and all matrimonial entanglements are satisfactorily straightened out. In a word, whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or desires, call on this irifted woman, for there Is not nine within the aim of human power, intel ligence or ambition, that she cannot do for you. or place within your reach. She locates and diatrnoses disease, cures fits. hi neck, etc.. also Eivcs mussaire and mairaetic treat ment. Business strictly private and confiden tial. Hours a. m. to . p. ru. daily and Sun day. Call at once. PrlvaLe apartments, 1GH Fourth avenue. Moline. LU. REMOVAL. GET THE BEST Plumbing', Heating, Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. All Work Guaranteed. Roseiiflcld Bros. , 160 THISO AVENUE YOUNG & lc COMBS. T HE Whole Store ' ' , is brimful of ia- teresting bargains. Every co3t between pro ducer and consumer that . can be got rid of is awept ONLY THETOSS'OFA COPPER away in the right direction when you are eteered where it ia toss of a copper that you cau get anything you want for less money, quali ty considireJ, than at any other establishment in the three cities. Our goods are in all the newest styles, and will stand comparison with those of eny metropol itan store in the country. Ladies Shirt Waists. This is by far the largest sea son for the above garments eror known. We have a complete line irom sac and up. ' Skirts and Suits. Brocaded Briliantine Skirts, full width, rustle, Taffety lined. worth. f3.75, this week fz.18. Black Sicilian Skirts, worth 6 60, this week $4.60. Black Sateen Skirts 75c, 90c, $1.25. $1.60. Capes and Jackets. Capes we start them, all wool, 59c and up. jackets all tnis season's styles in black, tan, brown and navy, worth $5, this week $3.9S. Lace Curtains. Tin department is brim full of bio; bargain?. 20 'pair onlv of Notingharas in white and ecruc, 3i" yards lono. 40 inches wide, worth fZ.5U, this week carry them away at f 1.50 a pair. Cheneille Portiers. Full length, double border 1 knotted fringe, should be $3. 98 a pair, this week l to a pair. Mattings. Japanese iioor Maltinga in high novelties, we start them at 12c and up. Sweaters. Boy1 Sweaters made from the best Egyptian's combed yarn; regular size worth oc; this week 43c. , do v u ail wool Sweaters in black, navv and maroon with extra cape collar attached; worth f 1.52; this week ea:. Men's biack Swesters guar auteed siarnleas; worth 89c; this week 60c. Mens alt wool sweaters in black, tan, white, navy and ma. roon; worth -12.25; this week your choice f 1.50. Notions. Patent Hook and Eyes 2c card feather stitched Braid 6c piece. Bastng Cotton, 200 yards, i spools for 6c' Safety Pins 3o card. Darning Balls 2c each. Pins lc paper. 25 Envelopes 2c pack. Agate Shirt Button 4c gross. Spring Cleaning. Ruthford's celebrated Wall Paper Cleaner only 19c per bex; enough to clean a room 12x12 in eluding the ceiling. Wire Carpet Beaters. The latest wire Carpet Beater, ;su-incn long wood handle. which does quick and satisfac tory work, worth 2e, our price loc. ' Fishing Tackle. Fish Hook, sizes 1 to 12, per DOX fC. J Brass Beets, 25 yards, 10c. Fir Hook. S for5c. Bamboo jointed poles, 10 to 't teet ode. Genuine Irish Linen Lines 15c. Linen Lines, 15 yards, 6c doz Other Bargains. Carpet Sweepers, 11.25 and op. T V. 1 a r. . a out vrui':3 ana up. Curtain Stretchers Ice cream Freerera. 98c and up. We handle the White Mount- ain and Peerless. Crockery Department. We have Joat purchased tbe entire Hue of .ample i.mp of a lare eaaUrn ikhh a. M per rent ba w wholorale pri o. TUta w ant a liue of chean .amp., ba' la of ibe aitrhctt rad and nf tha mil known c!l er and Plume aod At-ood maka. Fwiini aate we will ir yon an est viae swtqiet lamp w th brauttf al cc-ola werk cn b-d. la onx column and tv; al outl rold plate, w,.r Bled not to U'-;n. Tata la Tp vii nad. to retail at a-TJ, bnt we place it b aalaat 910. We a iarga a or m-nt w aelact from at price fioaa l.si II I S I I J THE SCHOMACKER Have attained thetr PAlnhrliv anlolw publiclj exhibited in competition THE HIGHEST A WAKII At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palaco, N. Y., in 185S, over 100 pianos owexhibition First Prize to tho Scbomacker Piano. At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1S58, and again in 1874. , At the American institute in New York in 185S. At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1813. At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards SOLD CONrillCOUSLT FOR 28 YEARS AT Wallace's Music THE "CLEVELAND". fiRin quality. 1 In the jrreat competitive market for bicyeles. where Famq, Flash and Fancy; Brain, Rluff and Bluster; Imlnstry, Indians and Imitators nre blo Aiui? tliclr liorns and coverlu the couutry with elnliorate anil extensive it'K, in onlrr to wll cheaply male wliecU for a big price. The Cleveland is cliosvn by the intelligent and experienced public as first in qnnlity. It is listed at f 100, Is sold for 100, but most Important of all, is worth 8100. LWE IIAVU OTHER WHEELS Which we sell at 845, $55. $is and ?75. AH good values for the price. We can suit you In quality, price and temis. M. O. Grlswold Co., 1510 Second Ave. and SEPARATE SKIRTS At C1.75, I2.4S, S3, BEE 114 West Second street 4 1 Electro-Gold String Pianos they have invariably received Store SSS Echoes of Our Millinery You can see It ererywhere. at the theatre, on the Mreet, In church. Tho demand for JM-itihalitw ... l. lm , U I f . I . . ... .p, ........ ... nij ir- n vii urn nn-rw uin days aud we have supplied that want. We f snow yon more style for 82, : ainl es tlian you aee at double these prices elrfewherc We positively save you from 1 to f i.50 don't save it on the trimmiiitp either. JACKETS AND CAPES. Beautifully made in the newest and hand somest styles at reasonable prices. Special reductions week. LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The largst assortment in Uii city. 84.50. , J8.50. Ladies' Suits, Separate Skirts and Silk WalsU made to ordes. k. Ju reeHved ari eleirant line of Beltt In Silver, Leather k . and Kihhnn a't 91sv ROc and 75c. & HIVE E - DAVENPORT