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TOP AKaun, FltlD A r. JUNE
. 1 Www . I w W , W
" THE ABGUO.
J. W. Poms FoiianL
TH-e-nny. easts 9m wese. Weakly,
tt-Ht iii 1 1 is wi.ai.Bt.
FRioAf. Juss 2, IBM.
The daaoermtlo voter of the oooallee of
Roc lalaad u4 Henry era repeated to eend
delecatea to the sanatoria! eoaventloo. to be
bout at L'anbrlda-.. in., at II o'eloek, a. m.. oa
the IM Say of July, A. D.. ISM. for tha parpoae
vt BoeUnaUne on. candidal, for repreaenta
tlv. from tba Talrtf-talrd Senatorial Dtatrlct
aad to traaaaet Mwh other bustnaaa aa may
property exne bafora tba convention. Tba
beat of renrearatatloa ill permit I welre dele
sates from Rock bland eountjr and nine dele
gate from Henry county.
C. M. Tcbbbb,
Jon Sen all.
Dated at Rock Inland. I1L, this ut day Of
June. A. rx. las.
Itaeel Elect low. Teas day, Jaaa SO,
for Board of Edtinatina J H MARSHALL,
a-ar woea-a 01 aoucauoa a DONALDSON
There will be no bolt at Chicago.
The democrats will bolt straight
ahead aad win this year.
New York em are making an as
tonishing fuss oer a youth who
found .',000 in the street and had
the honesty to retain it to its own
ers, lias honesty become such a
rare virtue among the young men
of Gotham P
A New Toaa paper says that Gar
ret A. Hobart, of New Jersey, who
wants to he vice president, is "not
oniy immenielv wealthy, but also
itrsmely liberal." Well, what
more can be desired in auch a candi
date? Chicago Dispatch.
That last desperate, dismal wail
of the Union for candidates is but
the penalty on its part for an ill
advised course. The Union could
have saved itself the present agita
tion by getting on the right track at
the start but the morning paper
generally learns its lessons when it
Is too late.
W are sad to bearDr. Klnyon's
declination to be a candidate
again, bat we are grateful for the
assurance from him that public sen
timent. If allowed to express itself,
would be for the retention of Supt.
Anient. The Union which thus en
lightens ns with the good doctors
views, ssys In another column that
Dr. Kin yon Is the logical candidate of
Ament. Now after the doctor's as
surances and his attitude, he should
surely come out and permit public
sentiment to express Itself. v
The democratic conventions since
ifllil nave been held and presidential
caouiaai.s nominated as follows
Ma 10. Ins..
. Van Unr.ii
May . UNO...
Mat IT, l"M..
M S. law..
June I. INVf..
June imm .
. Haltlmore. ..
.... Van Hureo
.... 11 ere.
April -a imn
Ad iimrnul if a. a
June in .Haltlmore
July 4, iww...
Juna , lr.
Juno CI, lnt.,
July . IM...
Juna a. ww..
Juna 91. law.
July t, itnm...
Alt raid aae Teaa.r.
Bt. Lou la RepuhUe.
As between Altgeld and Tanner,
the people of Illinois should have lit
tle difficulty In arriving at a choice.
The record of each is known to
the averare citizen of intelllranno in
the state. The record of the one Is
such that no man who has the inter
ests of the public at heart can cast a
vote ia his favor.
The record of the other entitles
him to the vote of every man who
believes In an honest and capable ad
ministration of state affairs.
Altgeld's record Is aa open book.
Whatever jast and nnjust criticism
has been leveled against him, the
charge of corruption has never been
Altogether he is a man whom the
people ean return to power for a
second time with a knowledge that
their confidence will never be be
trayed. Garret A. Hobart, the republican
Tics presidential candidate, has for
several years beea conspicuous and
lafleeetlal la the political affairs of
New Jersey, always as aa ardent re.
pnblleaa. He has always beea very
active aaa sbjcobssiui in ratines.
His extensive Interests embrace
railroad properties, banks, trust
companies, gas aad water eompa
v aies. maaalaotnrlng enterprises and
Improvement companies. Only a
few months ago he waa selected as
one of the permanent arbitrators of
the Joint traffie association. Mr.
Hobart Is a aative of Long Branca,
where he waa bora la 1844. He was
grata aUd from Rutgers college ia
13, aad sooa afterward went to
Patterson and took ap the etady of
law. He begae his career la the of.
Bee of Secretes Tattle, and the year
H69 found him a Tali-fledged prse
tloaer aad the aea-ia-Jaw of Mr.
Tattle. Two yearn later he was ap-
pointed city counsel of Paterson. and
oon utmrw be waa elected to the
assembly and made speaker of that
He -wm tent to the state senate
from Pauaio eountv in 1876, and in
1881 he became president of the sea
ate. For nearly a dozen years he
was chairman of the republican sUte
committee, aad since 1884 he has
coatinooaslj represented the state of
New Jersey oa the republican na
tional committee. As a business
maa, Mr. Hobart has dispalved great
capacity and energy. His interests
have been both numerous and sub
stantial. He waa receiver and for a
short time president of the New Jer
sey Midland railroad, which was re
organised into the New York, Sus
quehanna and Western. Subse-
hquently he was receiver of the Mont-
ciair railroad, the Jersey City and
Albany railroad and the First Na
tional bank of Newark. For more
than thirty years Mr. Hobart has
been regarded as one of the leading
citisens of Paterson. He is now
president of the Passaic Water com
pany, the Acqnackanonk Water com
pany, the Morris County railroad,
and the Paterson Electric Railway
company, lie is likewise a director
ia a score of important corporations.
Mr. Hobart is a man of large means,
and he has a spacious ana well ap
pointed mansion in Paterson.
23 W. D. Thompson to Rufus
Walker, lot 11, R. Walker's first add.,
24 if. T. Shinn to James C. Gru
well, w 32 feet, lot 1. block 8.
Howard's first add.. Rock Island,
IJeeaeod to Wed.
Carl O. Haltman Mollne
MIm Antra C. Uclcoedt Mollne
John Randall Rock Island
MIm Unelte Dahl Bock Inland
William 8 toffl iieleatwrtf
Mlxa Minnie R. Ueer Ualeabunt
Merton Smith .Mollne
MiwLMa Troop Mollne
Albert A. Anderaon Geneseo
MIm Etta V. Livermore Ueneneo
CyruaD. MeLane Cbampalira
Ml Blanche K. Cleland Rook Island
itxaar itoaeen Mollne
Mlaa Alice Virixtrand Mollne
ueorxe CMure . Rock Inland
Mux May Anthony Rock Inland
aOCTB HKIQHTS HArrtUTINGS.
Sucth Heights. June 26 Mr.
and Mrs. John Aster had a family
party last Monday evening in honor
of Mrs. Aster's sister and little Marie
Bray, their grand daughter, of Du
buque. There were 30 present and
iii naa a very pleasant time.
Mrs. C. F. Stevens with her two
little danghters, of Green River, vis.
itea lor a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Silvis.
The fruit growers of Son,h Heights
are kept busy picking and delivering
raspberries, which are of an excellent
quality and quit plentiful.
Two little bare foot boys had ac
cidents recently. Eddie Bertelson
stepped on a'rake and Geortre Irwin
ran the prong of a pitchfork into his
icg. bom are getting along nicely.
Miss Ida ' Bowen and nephew,
Harry Snyder, have returned from
their visit to Chicago, bringing Idesss
Annable home with them for a visit
A number of onr teachers attended
the county institute last week, and
two of them. Miss Ella Graham and
Miss Alice Irvin, are attending the
Manner normal scnooi.
The W. J. Toung was tip on her
Boats np were the' Jo Long, Mary
Morton and George M. Wattera.
The Mountain Belle and Minnl
Hanson each brought down eight
strings oi logs.
The atase of water at tha R.v
Island bridge this morning waa 6:25
aiiiog, toe temperature oy.
A rise of 0.1 is renortod at Ht
Paul, but at all other oointa the
river is falling. The forecast ia that
during the next 24 honra the river
will remain about stationary from
St. Panl to Red Wine, fall alivhtl.
from Reed's Landing to North Me-
uregor, ana remain neany stationary
from Dnbuque to Rock Island. A
slight rise will probably occur here
a. c i
vj ouauar. ,
The people reooenixe and aooreci
ate real merit. That la why Hood's
sarsapanua naa the largest sales in
the world. Merit in medicine means
the power to cure. . Hood's Sana-
parilla cores absolunelv, perma'
nentlv cares. It la tha One Trti
Blood Purifier. Its superior merit is
an estBDiisnea fact, and merit wins.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy
. . . - . - . .
to operate, ture inaigesuon, need
Notice ie hereby given that on
Tuesday. June 30, A. D. 1896. In the
cltv of Rock Island. Ill-, en aWtlnn
will be held for two members of the
board of education, which election
will be opened at 8 o'clock ia the
morning and continue open there
after Until 7 O'clock In tha aftarnrvnn
of that day. The voting places wUl
w as iouowa:
Fin Ward Franklla bona booae.
Heeood Ward UH4 Third arcane.
Third Ward ISM Third arraue,
unb Ward-Sebool bouse. Nlaeteeatb
street and Flrtb avenue.
ruth Ward-Hoee booae, Tweaty-eeeoDd
Hittb Werd-trSS FWth arraue.
oereate Ward Htreet ear bars.
a r. Kaox, Mayor.
Keek Inland. 111.. Jnae S, Mat,
Generally fair tonight aad Satur
day, growing warmer Saturday;
light, variable wiada. Today'a tem
f. J. Walx. Observer.
Children Cry for
The Cheapest, Purest aaw" "
and Beat Family Mei-" "s-a
aaccrcfrnai cfrrtrw ' ' t'"J'
for all diseases of "V f
the Liver, Stomach 1 1
and Spieea. W
Kemiate the Liver
and prevent Chiixs
AD FEVCK. MALARI.
ova Kevens, BnwEi.
: SAD BREATH f
Kothing ia ao onpleasnnt. nothing so common
aa bad breath, and in nearl v every case it cornea
from theatomach. ami can be so easily corrected
M you will take Simmons Liver Regulator.
Do not neglect to secure a remedy for this re
pulsive disorder. It will also improve your
appetite, complexion and general health.
PILES I '
How many suffer torture day after day, Tn ak
in e life a burden and robbing existence of all
fleasure, owing to the secret suffering from
ilea. Yet relief is ready totheliand of almost
anyone who will use systematically the remedy
that haa permanently' cured thousands. SIM
MONS Liver Regulator is no drastic, viotcat
purge, but a gentle assistant to nature.
SHOULD not be regarded as a
trifling ailment in tact, nature
demands the utmost regularity of '
the bowels, and any- deviation
from tliis demand paves the way .
often to serious danger. It is v
Quite as necessary to remove
impure accumulatibna from the
bowels as it is to eat or sleep, and
no health can be expected where
a costive habit of body prevaila.
SICK HEADACHE I
This distressing affliction occurs most fre
quently. The disturbance of the stomach, aris
ing from the imperfectly digested comenta,
causes a severe pain in the head, accompanied
with disagreeable nausea, and this constitutes
what is popularlv known as Sick Headache; for
the relief of which Take Simmons Lives
. MANUFACTURED 0!TLT BT
J. H. ZEILtN CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.
jQISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.'
Rapture cured without use
BOOMS 36 and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
t a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 6
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
Has the best equipped Bicy.
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities. including the most
approved methoda and ma
chinery for brasing, bend,
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanising; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
2 18 Seventeenth St.
To buy Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Paints, Bob
ber Hose, - Lawn
Mowers or anything .
In the Hardware
, line in general ia of
FRA NK ILL
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOB EAGLE BICYCLES
MADE ME A MAN
iii.r.i.1 nine A
"Jervooa Dtaeaaea Falling
Minion. Iidmiim .2
new. nr.. rained by Abna and
m ney QUK-nrly ann
aoreiy reaire Ixmt Vitality
ww n a man inr
atudr. Inwlnna, ar aurnaen.
Vrew-nl luMnity audi'nfimunB.
.... .UT , lmr. iipiriM
"J?Jtcu m.':f;Rfc where
- - - wMHwnmi. innst utMia
iSr-E"".'!!" TABI.1CTS. Tmrlum rard
g "alee to effect a enre In each caasorrKunatba
rory. Prve no win per package, ar six aaetavu
AJAX REMEDY COnWS!Z-
Fttr tAl fa Bock Um try Joha BBgita
I mm i 1 1 M i rm rniT
H. 1L BHIGGS,
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave.. Book Inland.
OBBsadeDlotsta BDBtk loet Utal na
;aa atiaat aad raiaactb avaawe.
of imim ta aas etty for
WANTED BO ADERS AT 1S3 FOCKTH
1 1 f A M1l'lm aaryVtrr a wra-b. w e. Wsna vw
VV evte ta good oooditioB. Inquire at
WANTED PLACE TO ASSIST IN
housework and tend children by a-iri of
13 years. Address ' aL C. H." Aaoua.
WANTED A BITTJATION W TOWH OB
country; steady asan; eaa fnrnish beat
of referaeoa; married. , Address r. D.. Aaotra.
TXT A NTKr ORES SMA KIXG AT 1717 8EC
VV ood avenue; aU work euaranteed. Also
scholars to learn the Kelkm French tailor
system. Mrs. A. Dyer.
WANTED sfEN WHO WTLL WORK FOR
S7S a KOOOth aalarv iw 1mm MnnMia
aenjae staple foods by sample to dealers. Kx-
eumg- napie (ooas Dy sample t
perienee unneoemary. Write
Specialty company, 77 W. Foo
ite ns. nouee noal
Fourth street, Cin-
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
With a View to matromnnv to loin tha Raatvn
Ohio Corresptading Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
seno (wo cent stamp lor descriptive circular.
" n. x dock, tocK box 9i, baiem, Unio.
TtTANTED PROMPT AND KAITHFTX
II mn .n I.J ... . 1 . u
- - . - -.- m v., lour hi iniTci iw reuanie
established house in Illinois. Salary S7 0. pay-
uio via weeaiy ana expenses, situation per
manent. Bete re noes. Rnclofie self-addressed
stamned .nc.Iiin. n u u .i -.re
w , - . icm VH.UUGMI. AIU
Dearborn atreet, Chicago.
TjIOR RENT STORE ROOM, lft3 second
avenue. ADD1V to Heidv Bros.
R RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
a uie uarae Duiimng on Beoono avenue.
TjIOS RENT trnvrenvn vftmta vrw
A: and clean. Call and ska. -J3I1 Thirteenth
"CX)R RENT TWO FLATS IN INDCS-
mi iivms ouuainK- Apply to x. rl.
"CTOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
jl: location. Keaaonable terms. Apply E.
"VVtB Rrwr A nnnn trrwes . t mm.
A.' also a second story, nice, large, airy
luuuo, a, e aii ivi i airu avenue.
TJK)R SALE A 8-STORY FRAME BUILD
big at 30 Twentieth street. Inquire of
IjTUK HALE A LADY'S BICYCLE IN
f- gooo eonaition. cheap if taken at once.
inquire at am 1 wenty-sisth streeu
TjVJR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT, EAST
A- front, new brick walk, shade tree in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot, water and
sewer. Apply at 800ft Fifth avenue or on
premises, njz Thirty-eighth street.
T3V)R SALE ONE OF THE RF.ST PtVIVfi
A. businesses in Rrck Island. Established 10
years, rronu sn.uw a year. A rare bargain
if taken quick. Inquire of Gordon A Bowman,
T OST A FEATHER BOA BETWEEN SIX
M teenth and Fifteenth streets nn TKiwi
avenne. Finder w 111 please return to this office
SUU ICCC1IC IC..II1.
TTARRY B. II.VIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
m.m. aecona-oana goods: also goods handled
on oommiwdon. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture, oeiore ouying. give me a oall 1M1
sewm avenue, hock isiana.
WANTED GOOD llELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who ean furnish references to
use Thb A Rons want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office dally for domestics, etc..
who ean come well recommended. Try this
wmuo lor a aiiuauon ana u you are reliable
juu wui get one.
Si OH TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
V 1 cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in tlree lesMons.
We pay our pupils Ho to SIM per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
ur worn ana particulars. Hermann at Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
"jtfRS. A. SEYMOUR. CLAIRVOYANT
- auu iiiisiucsn menium. is permanently lo
cated at tit East Seventh street, Davenport
To the Public.
Riwrc Iriahd, April 7. In response to the
original request of many people, we have con
sented to become candidates for members of
the board of education on the issue of
change In the superlntendency.
C. B. MAHtSHAIX.
R. A. Donaldson
SHE JILTED HIM
fur the handsome up-to-date
gentleman whom UOPPE had
transformed into a manly Apollo.
His uniform wasn't in it with one
of HOPPE'S fine, perfect fittier;
suits. Our stock of choice pat
terns in trouserings, clay diagon
als, imported cheviots, tweeds,
etc.. are the handsomest to be
found in Rock Island. Come and
see ns and we will make a- man
a-v VaaJfcla Mm 1 rJi awtalnX. 7
1725 Second Avenue.
THE SUMMER GIRL
BLESS HER HEART
What would the boys do
without ber on their vaca
tions at the Watch Tower,
Manhattan Beach, seashore
or country? No more than
the public of Bock Island
and vicinity can do without
Young A McComba to fur
nish them such bargains in
shirt waists or blouse waists
at Sac and np to $5 a piece.
We have the handsomest '
stock of fine shirt waists,
silk waists, skirts, blazer
suits and lace colleretts ever
shown in Rock Island. Drop
in and take a look over our
line of ladies' muslin under
wear which are beauties, .
and at such low prices.
It will pay you to attend
this special June sale. '
Wash Goods Department.
Lot 1 Consisting of check nansook and
uiuia iiuciis, wuum De ciiRan at iia a want
June clearing sale 5e a vanl
ixn a uonsistlog of knotted Swisses,
muils. 36-inch nercalea. dimitfe iaon
etc, will all go in the June sale at lUc a
Lot 3 Fancy striped crepons in cream.
piua, mini ome, rea ana niie, worth ssoc a
yard, June sale 12 He a yard.
Jt 4 French dimitiea in laoa ofToofc mA
- . wr m mm aaaa. 1S.IO BJU
French organdies, others try to get 38c a
jam, go in we June sale at vti-ic a yard.
Turkey red table damask, should be 38c
vard. Juno aa nrina l:i.:n
SfHnch German damask half bleached
table linen, regular price 43c, Jnne sale 25c.
All linen checked tnweU :u-
An ail linen buck towel 30-36, should be
sue, une sate price a lor !t5c
Turkish bath towels (one ease) the largest
auu u wjwei you ever saw lor the money,
wuu7 Ml, filiw a XOT xuc
A lucky purchase A pure mohair bro-
Milatl aL-lr f .... ..tj. i
.. ...i. ., iimi jiwun niuc, an lengins,
would Iw rhnan al Jims a. 1 1 mIm . 1 Ar
wuuv nuc pnvo C L PH.
A better oue Brocaded mobair turtle
wueia nnea, velveteen binding 5 yards wide,
worth S5.75., June price 82.50.
A 75c summer corset, all sizes 18 to 30,
go in the June sale at 48c
Call and examine the Kobo, hlpieas cor-
rcia, iw uicvcn naers.
Mason's fruit cans this week at wholesale
Maaoa's ems, pint, at 8c each.
BTaaon'. cant, quart., at 4ce,rV
Ma on'a caoa, naif fralloa, at e each.
Cut puree on In, white alone chl :a ,
Pie plates 3e eaeb. worth lie.
Tea p'ates 4c each, won h e .
Breakfat t.late 5c, worth lUe.
Cream pitchers 9z. worth 15c.
Meat pl,ttare 10c, worth 18c.
Haaee dishes Sc each, worth Sc.
Oiiea vegetable di.tee 10c each, worth ISc.
nance ooaia inc t acn, worm m c.
Haadled caps aad eincer at Ve per set. worth
We rent crockery and glassware at very
Hammocks and Croquet Sets.
Han mock a, June aale price XV and an.
Croqa. t act. 4 ball eat 4 eeote ; S ball eel. 78
" . ..Ml ww- w iaia.
We have from the cheapest to the very best.
Plwarvin, Miwl.t. m t,.,f .
enameled outside, the very latest and new
ideal kettles. Note tlie low prices:
Tqawt,4sc;ft-oart.c; 10-quart. Mc; IS-qnart.
l-qaart.Bc:iBqoa.t. Sue; Sf-oairt, $1
- wwim vwv, wwmwu iw iaia
Jaaa aale ;
Carpet aweepera, Jan. .ale prion, SI SS.
K' anuuv. Dun, WIU1 VNipilBE. laVlltfal
for oae reaaon. at S4e per foot.
eai aieau piateei apriy hum only Be.
Baby buggies at coat thla Jua aa).
Befrlgeraton at IS per eeat radactloa this week.
We aeed the room.
J eat ps reheard fconS C. Cooler c aa mm.
MtmBeataf baraeae which n off. .1
eaai icea thaa vaiae. Mow ia inov ItaM if m
YOIC & IMODBS.
Knee Deep in June
Is a favorite expression of the Hoosier
poet. James Whitcomb Riley.
Is an expression of
we mean that our
are worth seeing.
Come In and. See Us.
Bargains in books
R. CRAIVIPTON & CO
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
THE SCHOMA CKER
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celnhritv anlolw
pubUclj exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. In 1853.
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prixe to the Sohomacker Piano,
in 1874 Frnklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 185, and again
At the American Institute in New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
sold COrnHCCtJSLY fob 28 ieahs at '
THE "CLEVELAND" E!?5Tin quality.
Dont let an off hand, easy going reverie of reckleFsneas pronip' an utter di-trecard of
business principles, and cause you to telephone your butcher your wife's sa l llu lo
Bend np a bicycle.'' Better buy of someone who krowj a litUe mote la regaid to what
the wheels he sells are made of, and how they are marie.
We do not claim to know anything about dry goods, but v. e cunte'l yon what a
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name plate, or the maker's acvertisemerit. II yon
bny your wheel of us. you will be satisfied.
... WE SELL ON THB INSTALLMENT PLAN, and have wheels at 845, 855, ttt
875 and 8100, as yon like, and they are all worth what wd sell tbem for.
M. 0. Grlswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
BEE 5 HIVE 1
tt'liita MMm an i . ; .... flu.
........ -....is mm, hit,. ,n
" wivaniaico ai un
where one tiold. Mlver
as much as it
Larrett Una ia tha eltv. Cfcoiea mt nn.
S V erxen. alnded Into Sve late:
Lot I. worth to re for SSe
Lot, worth 1 is for.......... fma
1.113. won. l.SS for The
Lots, worth 1 for.... c
Lota, wort r$ fur $l.g$
Ro SnaM Ml. a 'n the aalwla mt n..
pott ladiaa that ttKra la mij aa. alaee lm
tke citf to bay kelu, aad laat at at the
I Patrat halber bftta. arltk ..ana ai-
tached. SOc vaiae at Ho
Black n.boa eel -a. with faaay Bwckles.
worth 35e. tale weak IS-. '
..wi" be"". 1 taraes wida.
WgredneUm in rapes and Jat-ket. Spparate skirtt in silk, ralin.
mohair and brilliantioe. frnm tt opward. IrroM a-nrnum-iit of
liuen, duck and cra-sh soils and separate skirts in the cUy.
ii4 West Second street
our own. By that
bargains in books
of every kind.
nn ammnal .1 SJ t. tan..
they have invariably received
xixor-xararererarsrjr, c forjr.jrofjr far in
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