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THE AB8U8,TnE8DA.r, JUNE 2, 1896.
THE AKGUa
i Dn a4 weakty
sits as aaaaaa1 slaa
J. W. Put III
y. M wh set was. Wwfeto,
I par mm; im stfsaee, U.M.
AS (MMriadw at a erittaal at
Tea-soar, Jcnc S. 18K.
atle C ty Cea
Tne Oiooratla voter of Rock bland county
are requoatad to aaad dleatea to the county
oavaatloa. to ba kald at th oourt bow. la
Ika any or Kock Ixlaad, la Mid oouoly
Wadaawlav, Jua 17, t-l. at II o'clock a. m..
fur taa purpooe of aofnlaa'.lnc easlMatea for
Mate attorney, circuit clerk, eortnrr and
urvajnr: aim to clrt dalarate to the tate
evavantloa. to the eoosrtwlonal eootrntkm.
aad to the lailatlve eoavaaUoa. and to ap
point a deatocratlo euunty etmunltiee and
elert a cbalrmaa of auofc commlitce, and to
traaaaet umI otber bnxloeM a may properly
uaM before tn eoavcatkio. Tbe reprenea
tatloa will be one delegate tor every tft demo
eratla vote, and one additional tor every
fractional 10 vote oa the presidential vote of
1W1
Votes Delegate
i nraova s
t'ne W 4
fmmam Creek t
Xueie. S3 S
r"wr Hvroa 6S S
Hampuiw
Frt prwlli-l 97 4
Swennd preelnet.... M t
Third areolae
Mitline
MrM rd I S
Heennd r4 I4J T
Thtnt ward in T
F'ourlfe ward lift S
irtn wm j S
Hlitn want IMI
Nvvrntk ward m S
B.Kiik Molina IM 1
Horn MmhI-
Pint ward IT a
Hemind ward II
Thlrtl ward -w
Mirtn ward... J S
rifts ward r.7 o
rtiiik ward IH 7
Metrnth ward 141
muih Koch Inland i:ti a
Klerk Hawk Ill S
'tl Valley tl 4
Rural T4 3
Hnwllntf V S
Kittflnetim
Klrt precinct M S
Hcomd precinct M r!
Anrlalula 47 3
Muftaiu ITalrle lift t
Umr M S
Total 4.0CH l
Tbe prl marten la the city of 1lock I-Jand
lty of Molina. Hnutb Moline. South Kock bl
and, Black Hawk. I'oal Valley. Port Byron.
Andaluala and Cordova will lie beld at 8 o'clock
p. m., Saturday. June 1 3: all otber place at S
p. m.. Saturday. June 13, unlc mien time la
banged by town.hlp committeemen.
Dated at Kock Inland. May JO. A. D., IMS.
T. H. BiLTi.n. Chairman.
Wii.i.iam MrF.sinv. Secretary.
Behead Kleetleo Teeeday, Jaae S
For Uoard of EAuenLine S?' B. MARSHAL!
rrtNwaiuiwiuMjR A. DONALDSON
Governor Campbell, of Ohio,
strikes a popular chord when he savs
that he wants gold and silver and as
much as possible of both.
That silence of Msj. McKlnley
teems to oe contagious. Since Mr,
Quay's visit to Canton he has shown
strong symptoms of having the die
ease. 1'eorla Herald.
Tun citv made nroffreaa in the
levee Improvement last nigbt, for so
mucn let us ne tnansioi. now a point
has been reached where we may be
able to detrrmine who is to blame if
tbe project does not go through.
Oct of the gloom that pervades St
Louts at this time comes a typical
illustration of independence and de
termination, or sett preservation and
indomitable energy under adversltr,
St. Louis has taught the world how
a solid citv can stand before the
storm.
Tun style of campaign uniform for
the republican marching clubs the
coming summer has been practically
adopted. It Is of the Napoleonic
order. Like the great emperor whose
nio4 oi aress is to be aped, tbe army
oi men. in ley win start out under
bslo of enthusiasm, and like the
great emperor, too. It will meet
Waterloo in the end.
Icm-!te the fact that they have
been erseeuted without mercy b;
the form of government under whici
they live the tragle incident of last
Saturday shows conclusively that the
Haitian people are not yet ready for
participating la the affairs of state
aaa nation. A people who cannot
govern themselves are not capable
vi governing a country.
Tbeatkb-ooirs of Mow Orleans
are demanding relief from the high
hat nuisance. In the lower house of
the Louisiana legislature the other
day Representative Dudenhejer gave
none toai no wouia introduce a bill
rrovidiag that the hate worn bj
sdiee at entertainments at which ad
mission fees were charged should
Lit.
uui wiiaiB renai limits as to sue
The work of wind, water and light
niag for tbe past SO days is past
comprehension. Following is a con
servative estimate of the number of
lives lost and persons injured:
Killed. Injured
njlaeaa
Tuen
Inulaa Territory.
Iowa
Micbieaa
Illinou
Miaaourt ,
am
am
'
7
I'D
Ml
Total.
pKOTEcnow aad prosperity makes
a good headliac, bat servee no other
purpose. It la an unblushing pieee
of sophistry, aad all the inerteace
aaa
aala
Kw ssaiattar. aelwlaal a tnimaaa, saast sews
MtMIUlaaatiBtaCm IfiBIm BtajsauiBi
OssvanajssAaass BtollctBse nasal im taajMaJp
ansmliiialeaaaty.
o( the put bu shown it to be each.
Prosperity appear to poaaeae a
charmed significance with republi
cans now tbat election time arsws
near. The record which this repub
lican congress has made doea not
demonstrate, as the Springfield Reg
ister says. rery conclnsiTely tbat
republicanism and prosperity have
many things in common. There ia
a good deal of gosh and sentiment
going about these days, but senti
ment makes a poor platform. It is
not business.
VaJtoa'a Marrow Bptrtt.
The city of Fulton, which has pre
tended to manifest snch devotion and
appreciation of tbe order of Modern
Woodmen of America, because, as it is
claimed, the now great organisation
was oorn ana nursea tbroagh tbe
stage of infancy there until it has
become a giant, has again evinced the
narrow disposition which has dic
tated its course to throttle the insti
tution for which it has alleged so
much pride and love. Twice has the
order declared its desire to move its
headquarters from Fulton to a larger
city, and notwithstanding that at the
last meeting ol tbe bead camp t ulton
stultified itself by going into a con
test with other cities and was beaten
fairly and squarely, it has continued
to maintain its position tbat tbe
bead omces must be retained tbere.
nevertheless. . Added to tbe ex
pressed preference of two-thirds of
tbe delegates to the head camp meet
ing at Madison a vear ago, before
wbicb t ulton, like Kock Island and
Peoria, bad gone on its merits, and
then had refused to abide the result
as it was in honor bound to do. now
comes the judicial ruling that Fulton
bas no stsnding in court. The
bill of injunction is dismissed after a
long and tedious trial no which the
best legal talent has been employed
on both sides and yet Fulton is not
satisbed. it bas appealed the case.
not with any idea of winnine, but
with the simple purpose of delaying
tbe inevitable. Falt-.n's position is
without honor or legal status, and the
disposition manifested cannot fail of
condemnation at the hands of all fair-
minded people.
If ever a great order was justified
in boycotting a place the Modern
rt ooumen society ts warranted in ap-
tying sucn tactics to the city ol
men.
Crime la a Hotel Room.
Springfield, !., Juno 2. Sophiro-
niu Rcauri'itHnl, ntrcd Si, who lived with
her married aUU-r, Mr. Frank E. Clair,
wan found dwul tn lied at Chnndk-r's
Hotrl enrly ycMtvrdnr morning. An ou-
tupHV allowed that denth waa the rvnult of
an unHueeesMtil criminal operation at-
txmpten with a Mevcle pump, fciifrene Ber-
natchex, her lover, ia nilfttunir. Thev reit-
Utered at the hotel ax "John M. Smith and
wife," and went to a room together.
Vice rrenldrnt Talk to Law firaduate.
Ualtimoke, June S. The twenty-sixth
annual commencement of the Maryland
l"nlven.ify School of Ijw at Ford'a Opera
House Ittxt night w.m made notable bv the
presence of Vice President Stevenson
Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia, and
Jmlgo Wclilon, of the court of claims.
The vice president delivered the oration,
bis subject lielng "Tho Lawyer."
Office Not In the fttatate.
Dks Moines, June 2. Tho judge in the
caw against Suel J. Spaulding. ex-secre
tary of the state pharmacy nnmnisHion,
charged with embezzling Itl.OiiO of the
state's funds, dismissed the case on the
ground that the office of fun-rctary of the
pharmacy board is not known to tho Iowa
statutes
T eaneiwce'a t eutennlal.
Nashville, Juno 2. The state renten
nlal celebration began yesterday with a
parade In a soaking rain. The parade rent
a success In spite of the rain. After th
yarade there were exercises at Centennial
fwrk where the centennial exposition wa
opened.
IHcd of a Hardcnliia- of the Limbs.
Birr AUi, June 2. Mm. Freelund Dug-
tin, la dead at Holland near here. She had
been ill for several months during which
time her limbs gradually hardened until
at the time of her death they were nearly
as hard and heavy as stonu.
Kefnraned Presbyterian.
Cincinnati, June 3. The session of tho
general synod of the Reformed Presby
terian church waa devoted to the consiil
eratlon of report on discipline, missions,
foreign corresrHsadence, sustentation and
church erection, theological seminaries,
nd college.
C iarkanaj as low 1 Hrttrr.
Xew Yore. June2 James S. Clarkson
1 " avnN(CU w
hve taken a dangerous turn, is reported
n low, wnom 1 1 inn.. w m ..m i .A
v uv wiaea unpruTou.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago. says: "I regard Dr. King's
ew Discovery aa an ideal panacea
lor cougns, colds and inng com
plaints, having used it in my family
for the last five years, to the exclu
sion of physician's prescriptions or
WBaaW srVSMS)BIWiet
Bev. John Burgas, Keokuk, Iowa
writes: "I have been a minister of
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or tbat
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
Ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot
tles rree at uarta m uuemeyer's dmg
store.
Children Cry for
Pltoher'o Csstorla.
rerea
v ( the Glob for
QIIEULIATIGLi:
aad staflttComplsiBts,
i C3.C!ffTiTt
'BIPfltTM V
ll.eO.Awal
PAII BffELLEn;
World MllOW llllt 11WIIBI liTil rniMniriilt
Onlraeimrnewitb Trade Mark "Ancber,"
F. Ad. Biehter Cov. ZUFhtISU VsvTri.
-31 EIZST VZIZZi.
13 Breach Erases, 0wa61sjswsrka,
tie and 50c. tor sale by Horst V or ,
Koeckriu, C. 6) eidcL Harper nooer.
oh rmtcy. Bock klan. Ill
WAISTS
We are head
and shoulders
above all com
petitors on all
Waists. We
show more ex
clusive ttyles .
or choice nov
elties than ail
the combined
stocks of the
tri-cities.
e :i
A fine Shirt
Waist Set given away with every
Shirt Waist this week.
MILLINERY.
Patience is
aviitue when
applied to mil
linery wanls.
It your artis
tic soul longed
for the dainty
confections
your purse
limitations al-1
lowed you to
only wish for
and you wait
ed, yon have
your reward, because this week's
prices place them within reach of
every purse.
TRIMMED HATS AT A BARGAIN.
$inoon'f
8 l Bit
7 mn
5 00 RIS
4 00111
3 00 Hal
. 7 50
, 6 00
. 5 00
, S SO
. S TS
. 1 75
A great opportunity while they last
00 elegantly
tilmoed leg
bo' d Hat won h
B2 SO and $3. go
t St J5 this
see
A new line of
Children's tilm
mtil HatrsiHVs.
75c F5c snd 1,
brtlliintly i rim
med in Isoe, rib
bo.i and fl imer.
All tho lateat
'Ties in Hailor
and Walktns
Usu.
;
Our prices are the lowest
SEPARATE SKIRTS.
Kir g rt V I en red Brtlllantire Skirt, vel
vet beind, our nnal S4 Skirt for S.
Special redaction on Skirta this week.
BELTS.
Black Flbbon Bell, elrgant bncLle.163.
W bite Leather Bells, Oq.
ilt Belt S c.
Lanmt assortment ot Ltdits's Seck
wear in ibe city.
BEE HIVE,
114 W. Second St, Davenport
JOHN KOCH
Has the best equipped Bicy
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
- chinery for brazing, bend,
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
Skilled Workmen
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
2i 8 Seventeenth St.
Market Square.
QUICKLY.
FOREVER CURED
riTa-baSATf
ENGLISH QUICK g
1 Sir day aicMrr arrTAara -v
(US OC A VStW. -rAMAN
OUT OF Mt )
GITOiGLiSHREKQjy
la SO day by a new perfected adenttSe metaod
that a haaot fall aaless taa case Is beyond kna
aid. Ten feci ba proved tta Im day; feci
a baaalt every day; aooa. know yoonelf a king
aatoac aea ta body, ainai aad heart. Draina aaid
Vomm wSed. gvry biacl to aawpy asarrled Ufa
waVf.d Marve fore, win. oaerew. braia power,
whea taillBg are rotor. If neftected each
traabliraB)tratallT. buu4 aiaiywaeie, )
ortl. Six boxMiorsV A. J. KeKa, VauU
1 Twaaxj-tam stnas, swea laaass.
Bee Hive j
T
I lJI
a
try
30tfOAY
wanted.
w
ANTED WASHING TO DO AT 1517
iirtn-ana-a-baU avenue.
WANTED A SITUATION IN TOWN OR
country: steady man: can tarnish best
ot reference: married. Address F. It., A Reus.
WANTED TILL JCNE 10TH. ALL Bi
cycle riders to nae the race track at tbe
Rock Island Driving park, from 5 to 8 p. m.,
iree oi cnarge. Artnur uurrau.
WANTED EMPLOYMENT IN STEADY
place to work at second work or nght
work in private fumiiv hv comnetent ffirL
Good references given. Address S. S.. Tub
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
S7S a month salary or lanre commission
selling staple foods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write ns. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin-
UllMtl ,lklA
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
with a view to matromonv to join the Eastern
Ohio CorrespondiDfC Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
Sena two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Andrew W VI uwlr iw.. ti- cum ru.:..
T1TANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
V V French Kelinirv ttvtm .t 11 1 QMnnj
avenue. The complete isysiem embraces the
model, complete instructions in cutting, fitting,
nnffh hwtin. ,nA knMl.. rn.Mi.ttA r-...i
price for system complete, S2&. Mrs. M. E.
L..NB.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Tbb Akgcs want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc.,
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a situation and If yon are reliable
l"i wui (ci uoe.
FOR RENT.
XjOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
A. in tbe Carse buildinir nn RmviiiiI vnu
TjX)R RENT FOCR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
m 'ooa"on- Reasonable terms. Apply E.
V. Hurst.
TjlOR REXT-A FURNISHED ROOM SCTT-
Second avenue.
V iVTO PPVT TTT17 rTxr n a ij-w7tTv w
A. quire at Geoive W. Aster A Co s., corner
oc,cceuui sireei ana suctn avenue.
"CTOR RENT A STORE IN THE BEST LO---
cation in the city of Rock Island. Suita-
uDie ror au itinas of business. Inquire M R. S.,
FOR BXl E.
R BALE NEW ft-ROOM TTOTTRW 9Sm
mivHuc. niiui uu urcausei.
"ClOR SALE A 2-STORY FRAME BflLD
A. inr at 309 Twentieth street. Inquire of
Dully Bros'.
"ClOR SALE A 7-ROOM. S-STORY HOUSE
A.1 and a lot xl feet: aU fruits. At a bar-
Kaio. Auaress u. u., AKGCs.
TilOR SALE-CHEAP. A PHAETON AS
J- Kood as new. if tifken Immediately. Annlv
"JK)R SALE ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
taa iwvrt l.iIOUU, VTLll UUStietl U
years: pnrtts 5.ouo a year. A rare barsrain if
X. X ""v vi uviuuu at dum uiuu,
2 .'4 Seventeenth street.
JOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
front. Fruit trees and sbrubs on lot, water and
bl or. 1.1 rum avenue or on
premises. e Thirty-eiKhth street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
TOCND A PAIR OF TONGS. OWNER
- J vwugca LUIS
office.
DRF.SS PATTERNS MISS N. MURPHY'S
dlWR natt.nw Km'. n.. . I a :
1 - - . 1 . iniui t 13
and can be seen at her parlors.
T OST AN EAR-RING WITH DIAMOND
settinir. either at Watch Tower or be
tween Wagner's residence on Fifth avenue
and Twenty-eitfub street. Finder leave at
2836 Fifth avenue and be rewarded.
I OST AT THE CORNER OF SEVEN
i teenth street and Second avenue, a black
brocaded moire antique silk cape with jet
trimmings. Return to Mrs. G. W. Cash 1HM
Eighth avenue, and receive reward.
HARRY B. IRVIN, DEALER IN NEW AND
second-band goods: also goods bandied
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture. Before buying, give me a call 1st 1
Second avenue. Rock Island.
$100 ANY MAX OR WOMAN WE
VAVry cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils (10 to tls per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
Tor work and particulars. Hermann A Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia Pa.
PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
hand Mme. Franks, tbe scientillo palmist
and thorough graduate in the science of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands the band, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and also tbe
Rhape and sire, which is a necessity to reveal
tbe character, the temperament and the abili
ties. Therefore Bhe can reveal to those who
call upon her, from a scientific standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual labor and in what occupation thev will
be the most successful; also their proper mate
In life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is assisted by the world's
renowned ; slmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various paintings and sketches of bands of
different people and professions. Publio In
vited. Parlors 1810 Third avenue.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
CLAJROYANT-REMOVED FROM CORNER
Sixth and Brady streets to S14 East
Seventh street, Davenport. Located perma
nently. AGENTS - ACTIVE AND RELIABLE
will And permanent, profitable employ
ment selling our unrivalled stock. Fall can-
- - . - ... uu iree.
eekly payments. AddIv Eiliuu.. nun..
ssuik season jusi openea. Outfit free.
nurserymen.
men. Rochester, N. Y.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
Madam Desarmeaux. tbe famous clair
voyant and magnetic healer, has returned to
this city for a short time only. She is a pro
phetess of world wide repute. Is rifted by
nature with a power that excites the wonder
and admiration of even the most skeptical!
If you have lost faith and given up in despair
because of former failure feef yourself in
vited to call and be convinced that there is at
least one true medium in your midst. By her
power she can guarantee to restore lost affec
tions, causes speedy and happy marriages and
your bitterest enemies to become your staunch
friends. Cures big neck, drunkenness, con
sumption, fits, rheumatism, etc. Locates lost
or stolen articles, m Using frlenda. documents,
hidden treasures, ete. Businem strictly eona
dentiaL Hours S a. m. to S p. m. dally and
Sundays. Parlors at l&SFoorth avenue. Book
Island, IU. Call quickly. It will pay jou.
A Wcrd Abut Yciv Hair.
Do von know what a vast difference ft auk
ia yon iprmnc to b.v nataral cotared
and kiey aeaa of bail? Well tea weald
look taa year joanger. Get a bottle cf
THE BKXICAR HAIR RESTQftCfl
It raitotrs when ethers fan. It wfTI leasuva
. that dasdraC Cfllre. ass rifta, Daa
Sfoiaaa. I. Afeata Wasted.
Sabscribe for Tu Asacs.
YOUNG
ft p
icCOMBS'
Spot Cash
Department Store.
1725 Second Ave.
5 Per Cent
Of Our Total
Sales This Week
to go to the
Wash Dress Stuffs.
India linens we start them at 5c, Te, 8c a
jam aim op.
OTgansies and dlmltiaa In length from
kiumjsiiu, worm up to 1214c. your
choice this week :.........
Tic
rrenrh flinneli for dressing rks and
r- w u - - a jam, mi
ween jour choice
28c
29c
5c
WaehanlveWilk, S Inches wide. pink.
u.uo, u, etc, worm toe,
thia wek 7.
1.CO0 yards Renfrew Ginxnim, draw
Bijua, otw u ivc, uua wees.. ...........
Parasols.
Children's parasols, i2jc snd np.
Fancy parasols in Dresden effects. lf-
feta, wnitf, etc, at pi ices to suit llie tiiuts.
Duck Suits.
We Will slam on sain a Mir Una r !.!
duck suits in blazer and skirt to match, val
ue $2.50, this week ftl.25.
Belts, Belts, Belts.
Ladle' hplta in mlrf tinH cIU-av 4nsAt
- - uuwi
black patent leatli-r. while kid, white and
iuieu coior uuck; in isci, everytulng to
luatui unsiB gooua.
House Furnibhings.
Bnlhford' perfect piper clean -r only. ... I gC
S piv garden boas, guaranteed with eeap- 1
ling) per io gC
2-ply gaidca hose (w:th coupling) per foot 5IC
l-qnrt White Monatsinor Perries Ice
'.e?..! 89c
cream ireeser
2-qa art Whit Mountain or Peerler ice
ere at rreesai
S-qoart White Mountain or Peerleas ice
cream froeser
$1.58
4 qnnrt White Mountain or Peerlets Ice
cream frecsera
$1.78
A complete line of sizes up to 15 quarts st
corresponding low prices.
The Hnmmar box papsr and envelopes
ale price, per box
5C
Croquet set, 4-ball art, hard wcod balls
58c
aja msiiei
Croqaet ret, S-ball att, hard wood btl s
and mallet
73c
vivmuci b-t, o-oau ret, nam wood nail o
and mallet 9
Baby carriages from 83.95 and in. Rnn.
dsl low prices, as we desire to close out lor
uie season.
Screen wire at ljc per square foot by the
roll. A II sizes.
A full line of srara doors and adjustable
winuow screens at lower man jobners'
prices.
Befrigerators, guaranteed none better in
the marker, at 25 per ceot less than compet-
"jra prices ior an interior nox article.
Crockery Department.
We have just received for this devart-
ment a large shipment of high trade toilet
ware iron the Mad dock Pottery company,
of Tmiton, N. J. These goods are first
quality in every respect and are rcmatched
it broken. We have them in blue, brown
and green decoralkirjs, and will place them
on sale for this week in three lots as fol
lows:
to 1 Cnit of onr new Cheater toi
let ware, embossed edge, oecor.ttoe
nwrted are bnea verr new, Ai fJO
pie, worth rS.SU, for kpi ifO
tntS-eaaM
a above, bnt 10 piece la f) cn
each Mt. toraa? pi tec SS. SO,
Lot The rood are eumplet with
extra uug jar.
A, bat sola thai
weald be hasp
$3.95
Wa rent rjmekm and Glaaai are, fnr oar.
tm mwJt t -
wuiawa
Yoic&nons.
Cyclone Sufferers
Mid-Season Sale
Over 20,000 Rolls
Of NEW WALL PAPER now in stock. Our shelves are
crowded ; onr floor space is covered with great piles, reach
ing almost to the ceiling. We mast dispose ot the greater
part of this gigantic stock within the next SO days, and in
order to be sure ot doing so we hare determined to make
prices as attractive as the .stock is handsome. Over 60
kinds, suitable for kitchen, dining room, halls, sitting
room, not in the combination, worth from 10c to 80c per
roll, during this sale
ONLY 3c PER ROLL.
Over 25 styles wall, ceiling "and frieze to match, latest
coloring, handsome patterns, 5c a roll. 9-inch borders So
per rolL Over 60 styles all new patterns, gilt and glim
mer ia combination. 8c to 10c per roll, suitable for stores,
offices, halls, parlor, bed room, dining room, etc.
Over 25 styles of kitchen papers from 5e to 80 psr roll
60 bedroom 6c to 25c per roll
60 dining room 80 to 60c per roll
75 parlor papers " 8c to V5c per roll
SO hall " 80 to 50c per roll
One visit to onr store will convince you that onr prices are
always the lowest, and that we have the largest selection
of all grades ot wall paper from 3 j io f 2 a roll.
R. CRAMPTON
THE SCHOMACKER
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely
rwMVj asrj"i aHav vuiupvuuun
THE HIGHEST A WAR II
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. in 185S,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and again
in 1874.
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltinfore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COaTTnrCGCSLT FOB 28 TEARS AT
Wallace's Music
THE "CLEVELAND" 5I J" JUAyrr,
Don't let Sn'off hand, easv coirur reverin
business principles, and cause you to telephone your butdier or your wife's milliner to
end up a bicycle,'' 1 letter buy of someone who knows a little more in regard to what
the wheels he sells are made of. and how thry are made.
We do not claim to know anything a! nut dry goods, but we can tell Ton what a
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name piste, or Uie maker's sdrertisemeiiL If yoa
buy your wheel of us, you will be satisfied.
WE SELL OX THE INSTALLMENT l'LAV, and have wheels at 145, SO, SOS
175 and 8100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them for.
M. 0. Grlswold &
'Simplicity In Mechanics, like Beauty in Composition, rep
resents Greatest Merit."
THERE IS NOTHING
COMPLICATED ABOUT
eVCeV
TLey are as strong aa they are Bimpla. Graceful an correct la
proportions, handsome, durable aad easy running. Tbe fneet
material under the prettiest finish. All styles and only on grade
--the highest. Artiatlc catalogue aent frwe to any address. loat
ftil to writ na before ehoosing s sew mount.
EaBL CYCLE m CO. tsSu
s
W. J. KERR, Local Agent
of Wall Paper.
CO.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
on account of Merit Wherever
nj MY9 my tLTibj reoeived
Store E'Sa,
of rarklouniMti nmiutA an ulior diamvanl t
Co., 1510 Second Ave.
BICYCLES.

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