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fHE AKtfUB, TUESDAg, AUGUST 18. 1896.
PablUhed Daily ud weekly at MM Sceoad
A . Rock lataed, to. Intertd M tbe aoat
oatca M Mcoad-claM Bauer.
J. W. POTTIB
TaHJIa Daily, 10 cnta pw mk. weekly,
00 aer anaam; la adraar 11. BO.
An cooaankatioaa of a critical a arguaxau
tl character. political or faltftow. Boat have
ral aame altar bed for bablleatlo. Wo eoek
article will b prtated over ScUtloaa ripttan.
Corrvepoadeaee toilette from every towBbia
Id ftoeh I.iaad coanty.
TlMDAT, AroiST 1. 1896.
To the aldermen:
Stand br the
Tub aliiermen who voted againat
the levee Improvement ought to walk
ilown to tbe ferry and take a look at
it and reason with tbecneeives u tney
Apkoi'oi of the levee, ao far so
pood. The aldermen have done well
now let tbe work be pushed
and with a little more expedition, if
ton. please, gentlemen of tbe council
Wiir.ttr. there is a will 'here
is a way. Tbe council baa
found that to be the rase so far in
tbe levee Improvement, and it will
I'm i It so to the end of tbe under
taking. IIcmk. tbe historian, says: "We
Nnd that in every kingdom in which
money begins to flow in greater
abundance man formerly evervtbiog
takes a new faith. Labor and indoa-
try gain life, the merchant becomes
more enterprising, the manufacturer
more diligent ana skillful."
hat a frantic but futile effort
the Union is making to construe tbe
prospective shutting down of tbe
saw mills as due to political condi
tions. I lie next thing that is known
tbe mion will be attributing tbe
iiniiuiBiiing loreats, tbe June rise
and late snow falls up north to poll
Tmr world of letters and tbe field
of bright and classic literature has
Inst an accomplished contributor in
tae demise o Miss Abigail Dodge,
otherwise (rail Hamilton. She was
conspicuous in every form of litera
tore from newspaper gossip to pro
found philosophy. Ibe year has in.
deed witnessed the passing away of
some of the chief stars that have il
luminated the western hemisphere.
ami itau uamuion was one ot them.
Tnc effect of tbe publication in
the Cincinnati Inquirer ot tbe Man.
leV-Matthewa reanlutinn. a Inntr.l In
congress in 17, declaring the bonds
redeemable In silver dollars ot the
weight anil fineness of the present
ruin, at the option of the govern,
ment, has bad tremendous effect on
Hlttics. Some of tbe older people
hnve forgutlen, and some of tb
t)uni',r man n.vnr Lhhm tk.t Vil
f r -" - u 11
liam MrKinlnv. Chartaa Fnatar anI
other prominent republicans voted
ui bui-d a resolution.
llKKK is what Senatnr J.ihn A
gan. of Illinois, saw as the result of
the single gold standard: I, for
one, ran ee benefit only to ibe
money holder and those wbo recti e
intorest and have fixed incomes. I
can see, as a result of this legist
lion, nur nninaa Anriiinii
pled and wages for labor reduced to
D 'inuw. a i'iu bcb inc oeau
tiful prairies of my own atate. and
of tha preat weat. which in klnnm
tng as gardens, with cheerful homes
rising like white towers along the
ptthway of improvement, agai
sinking back to idleness. I ran see
mortgage fiends at their hellish
work. I can aee tbe hones of the in
dnstrious farmer hta.to.t iha
burn corn for fuel because ita price
will not r ay the cost of transporta
tion ana dividends on millions of
dollars of fictitious railway stocks
and bonds. I can see our people of
mo win jrrf auiog ana ourdeoea an
tler taxation to pay debta of states
counties and cities Inourred when
money was more abundant and bright
hopea of the futnre were held out to
, . i -1-
j.'.m mem on. i can see the peoplt
f our western stales, who are pro
ilucera. reduced to tbe condition of
serls to pay interest on public an
private debta to the money sharks
Wall Street. New York, nn.l
I hren.l needle street in London, Kn
New rm m Hrtu.
The Daily News, spsaking for half
a million working people in the
Greater New York, t ays of Bryan's
The welcome that Bryan received
in the Madison iuare garden last
night, grandly enthusiastic aa it was.
did not adequately express the feel
Mg of the democrats of New York
for hira and the caure which he rep
resents. Owing to the peculiar po
nce arrangement, tew or tbe men
wbo do tint mind suffering a little
personal diseomfurt in thn doing of
g'Mxl work got within hearing of
his voire, and he therefore does not
yet fully know what a firna bold he
has on tbe masses of this city.
Mr. Bryan's speech was not what
his enemies expected it wonld be
Those who weot to hear a 'boy
orator, wttn cyclonic western man
nerlsme. were woefully dtssppcinttd
urt ti's.tm. agnized, ft and
sAros mxQ, aod thev liatned ta an
exhaustive, argumentative, lck-ici:
aad impressive arraignment of the
prty of (be clasioi and an eloquent
appeal for tbe preservation t f the
principle! of Jefferaoo, Jactaon ana
Lincoln, it wu me enort 01
Oav. Altcald's Oatd
The reDublican newspapers have
been making a great parade over the
fact that tbe Unity company, of Chi
cago, requires in ita leases that all
rents shall be paid in gold coin. The
Unity company is a corporation or
ganized by Gov. Altgeld a few years
ago, for tbe purpose of building a
large office building. The Spiing
field Register details the transaction
and circumstances fully. In order
to complete tbe building, it became
necessary to issue bonds and sell
them. After the bonds were issue)
and placed upon tbe market, it be
came necessary to either make cer
tain concessions or else let tbe band
ing go unfinished, and lose tbe
money already expended. One of
these concessions was in regard to
insurance, another in regar J to the
manner of heating, another in regard
to elevator service, and still another
in every lease there should be a pro
vision that the rents hould be paid in
gom. jscq and all of tbese conces
s ons had to be acceeded to. for the
company was in the hands ot the
by locks, and there was no wav out
Like an honorable man that he is,
irov. Aitireid nas lived ud to everv
promise he has made to the money
changers who bought the bonds.
Tbe charge is also made that te, be
ing president of the company, is
p-esident of the corporation. This
is true in one sense, but not in
the tense of being president of
one rf those corporations that is
grinding down its employes and rob
bing the public. Gov. Altgeld and
bis partnera were compelled to lose
a large amount of money or agree to
tbe terms that were repulsive to
them. They chose tbe latter rather
than to be financially ruined, as any
sensioie perton would.
Ian Maclaren'a new short story,
the last he will write until after his
American visit, has been secured by
the Ladles1 Home Journal for publi
cation in me uctooer and November
issnes. It Is called "The Minister of
St. BedeV" and is said to be in the
brightest and cleverest Maclareu
esque vein. Besiies its charm as i
delightful romance, the story is said
to be notable for the admirable char
acter tnat me author nas created -or
the chief personage the minister of
st. liede s, as the loval lover of an
bumble Scotch lassie.
McCIure's magazine for September
win contain a paper on Dr. W. 1. G.
Morton, tbe discoverer of amesthesia,
by his wife. Dr. Morton's discovery
esiao.isnea painless .urizerv. and
Mrs. Morton's paper is tbe Intimate
pcrsoual history of a heroic halt I e
for a new idea. It has special inter
est at this time, because in October
there is to be a public jubilee in
honor of nr. Morton s priceless ser
vice to humanity. The paner will
ue tuny illustrated.
The Month Afrlcaa Labor Market,
I rx-lieve, us with fighting peoples ot
Indiii, so with the Zulu and the Mata-
bele, military service will eventually
prove nil excellent means of eliciting
the loyalty and utilizing the pugnacity
of the nation. All over Konth Africa tho
great social uud economical difficulty of
the day is the state ot the labor market
Inefflcietir, according to onr standard.
tbongh Kanir labor m y be for the pur
poses of mining as well ns farming, it
is absolutely indispensable. White men
may be overmvrs and managers, hut the
pick and shovel work is, and mnst be
for some time, in tho hands of natives.
W hatever may be tbe case in America,
it is certain that iu South Africa black
and white won Id not come together in
a single tihift or a single gang on tho
same level. Whether iu the futnre em
plovers will not lie forced to import
hands, not exactly of tho class called
"mean white," but frtuu the same coun
tries as now snpply the American mines
with labor, remains to be seen.
The scarcity of Kaffirs is a serious fact
in tho industrial world of Afrikander
dom. It does not spring, us I have stated
from any shrinkage of population, for,
on the contrary, there is au increase,
but it is to be accounted for by the in
grained distaste for manual exertion
which makes the male Kaffir in his own
kraal send his women to work iu tho
fields while he sits in his glory at hi
hut's door. Everywhere they have made
money and bought cattle, and, accord
ing to Kaffir custom, each son of the
house has the right toputhisspnoti iuto
the common bowl and the common stew,
so that the young "bucks" are not forced
to work from any fear of starving.
Thoaa rat fm tmadaiu
Tk kldrjca ard bladder. oautiraf'S brcem
torpid aa I weak from anar certalnahie cao-ea.
Worn this orenra. tbair diarbarciog function Is of
neraaalty very Imparfeetl perfoimed. and certain
debria, which tr th rciult of cataral bodl1
waateand deoey. doe not earase aoittbuaM.
be-, eaaiot to corrupt t"e blood and develop
poiaonoia humors and dingeront. aa well aa pail
tal dlaeiae. I'. ia one of the beneficent rffecta
or Uouettrt'a Stomach Kit era to gentlr tlmo
"tafia ar'nary rrvana, and pre vent them from
aaeinc 'To a ata'e of Inactivity, alwiy piovoca
'"'" irir laaaaaatorr deg-iieraiun and de
eay . lw mack better, then. I tt to adopt Oil
aiiw dlnretie aa a ax-ana of taeitltw them lo
tkaa to ItKiirtheit.are- of thia d.-ttruc
To tiil fr kb tba rratrm wate mailer
throeg a tbe bowrla and kidney, and lo regulate
ii-.Mrumi aallhnr. are among the
sniei mc or Titoabl r.-mti!jr.
tmm Ua UvBwna Ua It
that Foley's Colio Core is an instant
relief for colic, tu miner complaint,
rboltra morbus, diarrhoea, bloody
Cn. chrrtc diarrfeota. cholera In
fantum, biUous colic, painter' colic,
and all biwtl coLDLUUt. 15 ceats
aad AO cents, bold by U. F. Bain-sea.
PORT BYRON POINTS.
Xswa r Mlmiiuwai Character Vroaa
tha I'ppcr Kad of tha Canary.
Pobt Brnox, Aug. 17. George A.
Mettgar, ot Chicago, was in town
over Sunday. His little son, Harry.
has been seriously ill, but is rapidly
Mrs. Murphy has returned ti her
home in Rock Island.
Miss Grace White -ide. of Cordova,
s visiting friends in town.
Clifford Smith and familr returned
today to their home at Blanket, Tex.
Mrs. Bunting, who bas been very
sick for some weeks, is slowly re
Mrs. . A. Dorfee, vtbo was called
hereby the il.ne-s ot Mrs. Holmes,
bas returned to Uskaloosa.
The Congregational church has
been thoroughly cleaned and repaired
and painted inside and looks as
fresh as new.
Mrs. L. A. D. Holmes is still very
lee ble. Last Saturday, tbe loth, was
her 91st birthday. A great many
beautiful flowers were sent to her in
remembrance of the day.
r. L. Williamson, of Wutaga, 111.,
is visiting Charles and Percy Pesx-
aall. He was a member of the same
class with them at Knox college, and
is spendiog part of his vacation in a
trip on his wheel.
Mrs. Derore, Mrs. J. W. Simonson
and son, Devore; Mrs. James Swisher
and daughter, Fannie, and Mrs. John
Scbafer, Jr., and daughter, Madge.
are expected home tomorrow from
their summer outing at liix View,
There is a prospect of a large num
ber of students at the academy tn
tall. Mrs. E. Dodge, the genial ma
tron of the students1 boarding tall.
will make it pleasant for all who are
fortuoate enough to secure rooms
Daring the severe thunderstorm
Saturday morning lightning played
a queer freak on the lawn of W. II
yey. Mr. ey has a rustic seat on.
der a large tree, and one of .the posts
in the seat was shivered and the
ground torn up, but the tree was not
Ilev. R. E Forsell, of the Congre
gational church of Sberrard. occu
pied tbe pulpit of tbe Congregational
church yesterday, morning and eve
ning. At tbe morning service a col
lection was taken to aid in rebuild.
ing the Sberrard church, which was
destroyed last May.
A ?adl3 Benjamin liandkereiile?.
A rare cud interesting souvenir of the
civil war is now iu the possession cf
K. Merrill, a landscr.ps artist. It is noth
ing more than a rod baudunna handker
chief, but it has an interest ing history.
Judali P. Benjamin was a Louisiaiii;-.:
and a stanch supporter of the lost cccsc.
The Confederate government wut Liui
to Kncli-iul on an important ini'sic:!.
Whilo in that country he hud n-iiifar1'
turedone do.ea red bamhu.mi handker
chiefs, and these u::on his roicm he dis
tributed personally, as a r.i:r:ciio. to
13 Confederate oSiec-rs. T hc-53 handker
chief.- wero of the finest iudk'. Filk, oiae
yard square. The L-imIt is of i-cd, end
worked in blcek en its surface appeared
portraits of Davis, Beauregard. Lee,
Jaekson, Morcaii, Slidell uud J'.hustou,
encircled with wreaths cf south" -ru lau
rel und u border rf ferns ad covtcn
plants on u white grouml. !Zo t
wreaths are similar, aiul the workman
ship is artistie.
Air. Merrill S3 years ago was a rri
vato in Company K, First Wisconsin
cavalry, ami (iuriiig Wilson s raid in
April, 1S05, he picked tip this handker
chief in the courthouse at Montgomery,
Ala. It was incased in a silken bag of
gray and had evidently been ht L-v
some Confederate general in tho ha
retreat that day. The handkerchief lias
been recently framed and adorns tho
parlor of Mr. Merrill's home. Minne
"Why does that Blorigott girl wear
such a thick veil?
"She thinks it increases her beauty. '
"Then why doesn't she get tx-hind a
Ecreeu door?'' Cleveland Plain Dealer.
I learn several great truths as that
t is impossible to see iuto the ways of
futurity; that punishment always at
tends the villain; that love is the foiii
soother of the human breast. Gold
of toe Globe for
iiu ,'jvjarr-U UDOCT U1G BIXlDgCnt
GERMiM MEDICAL LAWS.,
preicriDea uj ecunent pirysiczAiia
bk m iinnfin w'
World renowned ! RrmrlraMrurmi.rnif
OnlT nmnlnn wtrh Truk Mark Anrin.
IK Id. lickter C., Hi Pearl St., ew Vork. !
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
1 3 Branca Houses. Own Glass vorka.
SAaocta. adwraed A rcoanuuvadud by
HAl'EiLL t n SI3 isss r?ecoi d are
C. CPIItlL. 16 iT Ser, nd st-. ae
"ock liilal-d -A
AWCnOR" SlTU.llArilAI. Iwat for
Oattf, 1'yiprwlaASfaiera r wmn.i.i.
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
WAKTED-A GOOD GIRL, TO DO GEXER
v al house work at 19'1 Fourth avenue.
WANTET-GIHL,S WHO ARE WILTJNG
to work. Apply at Peaslee Sboe com
pany TTANTED-A YOUNG LADY TO BOARD.
It Residence centrally located. Address
L. J. Alters ottloe.
W"ANTED A SETOVD COOK AND TWO
dUh washeis at the Detoonico restaur
ant. IW Second avenue.
VTANTED-A GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN
VV eral housework. Call at C. J. V.
Sehreiner s. tusi Fourth avenue.
WAKTED PLAIS SEWING AND HOME
laundry at reasonable pricea. Work
guaranteed. 2321 Founu avenue.
VITANTED FIRST CLASS GENERAL
V blacksmith: must be (tood shoer: must
be sober man: steady job: irood wupes. Ad
drew Kirk wood. 111.. P. O. box 157.
"CTOR SALE NOW IS VOCR CHANCE.
-A. A double and a sifairie '.'-tory house and a
aiutrle stnry-and-a-half bouse: good localitv:
pavlnK Nos. (C, Mil und Si;. M- Twelfth
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
7S a month salarv or lanre commission
selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary, vt rue us. nousenoia
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WA NTED L A DIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to matromonr to ioin the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau, Salem. Ohio.
Send two cent stump for deseriptne circular.
Aaaress vv . i ucck, loci: oox v., &biem, umo.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Th a Ahgus want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc.,
who can come well recommended. Trv this
column tor a situation and if you are reliable
you win get one.
WANTED SOLICITORS FOR LIFE OF
Maior McKinlev. the next Dresident. h.
Murat Halstead, C'bauncey Depew. Foraker,
John Sherman and Mark llanna. with biogra
phy of Hoburt. t'ontains speeches and plat-
torm. A bonanza for agents, a gold mine for
workers. Onlv 1.S0. The onlv authorized
book. 50 per cent. Credit given. Freiuht
paid. Outfit free. Begin now with choice of
territory. Permanent, profitable work lor '96.
Address. The National Book Concern, Star
IOR RENT TMREE FURNISHED ROOMS.
Address F. K-. A Hues.
R RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
in the Carse building on Second avenue
"CIOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
-L location. Reasonable terms. Apply E.
FOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE AT 110:
also a second story, nice, large, airy
rooms, at 17 at 1011 Third avenue.
"CIOR SALE TWO COTTAGES IN GOOD
X condition: a bargain if taken at once.
Call at ISM and l.tfli Fifth avenue.
IjlOR SALE SQUARE PIANO IN GOOD
eondltiull i5: walnut f:LKf rpHfl firkin
-J5: both are rare bargains. Call at (i. A.
irromiey s. mil second avenue.
TftOR SALE A FIRST CLASS I.OT, EAST
A. front, new briek walk, shade treH in
front. Fruit trees and shruls on lot, water and
sewer. Apply at 3Mn Fiii,h avenue or on
premises. 603 Thirty-eighth street.
6inn TO AN MAN OR WOMAN WE
f-s-vv oannot teach to draw a fir&vnn
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils f 10 to SIS per week to work
or us at nome, evenings or spare time. Sena
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 13 South Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa.
v trade and supply canvassecs for the
Krciet selling Dicycie specialty or the age.
10o.i0O behind the guarantee. Inin's. Brad
street's or bank references. Fine chance;
siuare treatment. Buffalo Specialty M l g
company, Buffalo, N. V.
jrISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Longs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Bupture enred without use
BOOMS 36 and 37, McManns
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to S
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to S p. m.
t.Vi acMk4 ji J
Own Tour Home ami Bart U InnrtO.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitabeil A Lynde b'ng.
17 j 5 Second Avenue.
TWO "Ti RES
Is Where the
Voter will be
At the next election in
choosing between party
and principle. The peo
ple of Rock Island never
find themselves between
two fires when they wish
to purchase their fall
dress, for at no place can
such a superior line of
goods be shown as we
are showing today. Think
of it, in all this hot and
sultry weather we have
been unpacking our new
lines of Imported Novel
ties, many of which we
have the exclusive sale
of for this locality, which
we have marked ataston
ishing low prices. You
will be surprised at the
cheapness of such high
quality and rich fabrics.
Dress Goods Department.
Double fold fancy worsted plaids, just
right for children's school dresses
and ladies waists, per yard , . .12 'c
Extra quality double fold plaids, silk
effects, beautiful colorings to move
them quick 15c
Double fold worsted brocades In new
design, all colors 1
4ft-inch storm serges in blark and
navy, just right lor bicjely suits. . . . 25c
33-inch fancy worsted plaids, silk
mixtures, should be 42c, your choice
3ft-inoh black brocades, mohair pat
terns, tor a starter, per yard lac
33-inch imported serges, all wool, 12
colors, per yard 23
4-inch imported black serge.. .
50-inch imported black serge 50c
35-inch plain all wool suitings, full
40-Inch imported black figured mo
40-inch black brocades new designs.
imported to it-tail at 7.V, this wo k. 4.tc
40-Inch black suleids, lizard etTert-i,
Deauliful patterns, will go quick at. T.V
Hire it is the Champion Campaign Ijui
tern, the latest thing out. It is of a hand
some and much improved design, easily
handled, lighted and cleaned, adjusted to
lit a .No. 2 crimp ton lamp chiinnpy, using
3-;nch candle whi:h burns many houis and
is so arranged that it w ill give an abundance
of light, owing to the center draft. Much
safer an1 cleaner than oil: can be set down
on the carpet or fabric without the sltsrlte&t
dancer ot soiling idem. Any chi d can
handle it. -No wind or storm can b'on
out, and as a campaign lantern it is sure to
prove a winner. We will furnish these
lanterns in any number desired at 10c each.
lowest prices on Mwon fruit Cins and
tin top jellys.
TOE BUSIEST AND BEST
1725 SECOND AVE.
It's a Man's Duty
To dress well. He owes it to society and to him
self. If he had to give up every pleasure in
order to be well clothed, he would be gainer by it.
A well dressed man is usually a successful man.
He bas more chances in life than a shabby
fellow. The man who has his suits made by
DORN is well dressed. Only a dollar or two
more than a "hand-me-down" but a world of
difference in make-up.
Honest Value for Your Money.
WILSON MOLUTE BUGGY CO.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity aolely
publiol exhibited in competition
T1IK HM.IIi:! A WAIIH
At the Internationa Exhibition at Crvstal Palace. N. V.. to IXM,
over 100 piano, on exhibition First Prizi to tha &-hmackr I'iann.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 14.1. 1 8 Ax. and a"m
At the American Institute in New York in 1H.S.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1K4.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COft-TIUCOCSLT fOS 28 mu AT
Wallace's Music Store
BEE Zb HIVE
jOur Great Midsummer Sale h an Event.
Competition with it an Impossibility.
Prioea for thia wtek lower than ever.
TignrrA brilllantlnr. wll
Howl, vvitrvt hlodioi,
worth f3, for
Extra fine br'Ulantlne. well
Itnerl, vlvt bindiaf,
wurth $S, for
Very t na Mack rrvpon. rnn
Uii( llt.lng. oivet bound.
Ttry widu, worth (10, for..
Brorwled aat'D aalrt. wry
wid. bsaqtlfai pat'eru,
wwUi Hi, fur
Bl'k mohair rklrt. eqna! ta
all il. ruatlina- lining,
worth ft so for
Ladies Summer Suits.
Ladiea' awihalr and flgarel brMJantiM
acco:doD pleatvd akiru.
t ZJ&, atlh dock .ill-, worth (I
At f I'.Mrltth biatrial ,oiUi 14.90
t.rf!-k wfaii .-a. k ak'rU. vortk
1 ta aad $.
Under the Harper House.
BICYCLES! - -
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
on account of Merit. Wherever
thej bav invariably received
We tiTe nt.rfe-4 all ovr triaimnl haia w
tn-Mvi'r bait I'ric-. St;i,-f a hat, r't.
tiaif t.f tb onrltiai IT-, and it t mw. 9
f i. h.t for 1 1 I fr, ri r.ata f-rf mi C
M"thutt I vi auihi'afo
.' f'ir tmi I Mi iim Uw ml
t'n'rtmd htiKllvired InUi tti-re Ivta:
Ai iir, an oar wtcabon'-rata.
A' SV. ail ur TV: ai h.ta.
At all our f I II W
Laret tmrtioriii f brit. la tb ctfy,
atd wr jfQaraatoe oar prlc-a tbe loweat i
Ladies' Waists A1m-t
At I ladle'
tyll.h lavadrlel aw'a,
wor'.h Tie ai d II.
worta aim and i JO.
Ai v hHt' irtjrl i :aai.dn I tic a. I
At fi.7i lantsa' atiui elk nin,l
Al Mt atiab al k WJ..
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