THK AReUfl FBIPAF, AUGUST 28. Ie396.
rifcUsfca Duly m4 WMklf at ltM Ikuwl
Ansia, ft(Mk Itlud, III. IiUr4 M U aoet
e at rnnlxlw umr
J. W. Pomi
TnllB Dally. M .rata par wmL Weekly,
DO ear eaaa; la eavaae II. SO.
An eaaaaicatioM at a critical m vhmU
Ufa hrr, political or rallftoea. Ban ha,
rral a mm attacWa for aabtkatloa. Ho iu
attlaia will a artau4 m leUtlaaa ! future.
t'Mnaaaailiaai xxlcltaa froae ntq tonsliia
la ftocfc Itiaad coaaty. ,
FKIDAT. ACOCST 1!8. 1896.
Out strong presumption in favor of
democratic nacre in Henna's homo
city It the fact that the people there
know Hanoa eo well.
Is 194 the circulation H $24 28
per capita in the United State. It
la now 121.10. Ihere It an explana
tion for that shrinkage aomewbere,
and that ia what haa atarted ao many
people to thinking in theae tiniea of
In Rock Ulaod the repnblicana are
whistling to keep up their courage,
but oat in the country there la no
chance for them to whiatle. The
wood are foil of Bryan men.
Comohmjman Pkince backed oat
at the last minute laat night at the
Kighteenth.atreet flag raiaing, leaving
lor home early In the evening, the
congressman evidently knew when
he heard Ike Clements waa to talk
there would be no opportunity for
him to be beard, and he preferred to
come again when Ike ia not there.
and volunteered to apeak at the
Twenty-third street flag raiaing nest
week. Congressman l'rince wanta
plenty of time to explain why hie
monetary views hava altered.
Ike Teaaar Da.
Here is a sample of the way think
ing republicana view the campaign
issue in Illinois. It is taken from
the republican Peoria Journal:
'In his recent campaign speeches
John ft. Tanner, candidate for the
govrjorshtp of the state, haa had
very little to say with regard to the
state issues which are of to much
Importance to the people of Illinois
thia year. He haa touched upon the
management of the atate institutions
in a small degree, and it ia a notice
able fact that all he has attempted in
thia line ia in the line of defense to
what he has reason to believe Gov
Altgeld will prove to the people of
tne atate. u nas attempted to abow
that the state institntions have not
bean run aa economically aa it has
been claimed they have been, and
that there ia not about the aervice
given the publio in them that effici
ency which haa been represented.
Gov. Aligeld haa not put forth any
claims with regard to these matters
yet the fart that Mr. Tanner haa
takrn the mild stand that he haa in
dicates that aa far as a' ate issues are
concerned Mr. Tanner stands on very
thin ice. He has not dared to take
up the aggressive work which has
keen the characteristic of every re
publican candidate for the governor
ship of the state from the beginning
of the party. The utmost he. ha
dared has been to offer a
weak defense to what is real
ly a minor point in the
campaign which he knows his oppo
nent is well prepared to make, for
Mr. Tanner knowa as well as any
lody can know that the state insti
tutions have been run on a more in.
telligent buais and with greater
economy than at any time in their
history. However that may be, the
real fact at issue is that Mr. Tanner
doea not dare to take up the real
issues of revenue reform and official
corruption, which are now being con
sidered by the people whether he
wills so or not. 1 be tax system of
this atate is no more commensurate
with the growth, wealth and general
tea to res of it than it Is with the
needs and renuiremema of the na
tion. The burden of state taxes has
been upon the poor of the state for
many years, and especially so during
the past 8 or 10 years, and the bur
den has been increasing until nw
the people have concluded that It ia
time something ia being done about
the matter, and they mean to do it.
They mean to have the great cor
porations in (he slate pay their just
share of the burdens of the govern
ment, and they mean to see mat all
other privileged classts do the same
thing. At the same time the people
mean ti see that the influence of
theae great corporations in state
affairs is no more than their rights
entitle them to, and that this rei-n
of corruption which la been a dis
grace to American civilisation and
American institutions, aa well as to
the sta'.e, I put aa end to without
further delay. All thia is ripe in
public sentiment, and the Issues thnt
presented are to b settled bv the
people thia fall. If J hn R. Tanner
will not speak of them to the
people, bis opponent will.
Mr. Tanner was controlled by
the Chicago boodle interests.
as was snown bv the fact
mat ae need bla influence to defeat
the resolution for a legislative iavee.
tlgatlon of the Doodling practices of
thegeseral assembly. He haa al
ways been and waa at that time ia
close tench with the gang which
made the aUte's houses of legisla
tion aonsee of thieves. He protected
them, and did ao. it la currently be
lie red, to keep the geaerai assembly
from Investigating the oflice of state
treasurer fur aeveral y-ar been, in
which office, contrary to the Iawa of
the atate, he baa loauea puouc innaa.
and from which office during the in
cumbency of another treasurer, be
had borrowed funds also contrary
to the laws of the atate. Taken
itber way, therefore. Mr. Tanner ia
hardly in a position to consider the
issues the people of the atate have in
mind, and be can hardly be expected
to stand up very long in the aearch
light of public discission In the cur
rent campaign. Mr. Tanner is handi
capped by hi record, and can hardly
be ex pec lea to stand aa well with the
people as if he had taken a s'and
against the boodler. even though
they had members of his own rArtv.
as his opponent had done. During
the rest of the campaign Mr. Tanner
win nave to content himself with de
fending himself to the best of his
ability in face of the facta, and the
members or bis party who want re-
lorm in siaie government will vote
against bim. That ia the only
course left for them. In the mean-
while the republicans of the atate are
enabled to sea to what a pass thev
nave coin a mrougn tne dominance of
the bosses under the leadership of
24 Mary E. Schmeil to Charles
scbaner. tract by metes and bounds.
w 2. 17. 4w. lot 4. Brasher' aub
div.. 11, 17. 2w. 3.500.
Mary K. Schmeil to Charles Schaf
fer. part outlet 6, assessor's plat of
a ii a. ......
Z. 14, ZI, f l.dUU.
James A. Summers to James F.
Kennedy, undj wj sej nwj 36, 1C,
M. C. Kennedy et al to F. L. Ken
nedy, a 18 acres. nw iw and n 20
acres sw( iwj 36. 16 5w. $1,280.
M. C. Kennedy et al to R. Sum
mers. ej se o and n 22 acres nw
swj ao 16. 6W. 11.580.
M. C. Kennedy to James F. Ken
nedy, aw nw 36. 16. fiw, ft. 035.
M. C. Kennedy et al to Ross M
Kennedy, 32 acre esst end nw
and 1 acres west end el nw 1. 15,
5w, and 20 acres south side i swj
3b. 16. ow, m,66 J.
Mary D. Adams to Mary Ann Her
tel. lot 2, block 2. McMaster's add.,
Rock Islaod. fl.'.'OO.
26-K H. (juyerlo C. R. I. P.
Railroad company, Chicago, Bur
lington & Otitic v Railwav comvanv.
and Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railroad company, tract by metes
ant bounds, in J-.ast Moline. f 1.
K. H. Uuyer to C , R. I. & P. Rail
road company, Chicago, Burlington
iVc (juincy Railway company, and
nicago. Milwaukee & St, Paul Kail
road company, tract by metes and
oounu. in cast Uoiine. ft.
E. II. Uuyer to C . R. I. & P. Rail
roadcompaov, Chicago, Burlincton
& Quincy Railway company, and
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
road company, tract by metes and
Dounaa, in r.ast Moline, II.
Moline n ater Power company to
ituuen n uier. part lot a, block r ,
Moline Water Power company's add..
a a -. . .
Daniel C. Daesrett to Sarah B.
Mitchell, lot 9. block 2. Atkinson's
park, Moline, $800.
Car of Bilateral Fret.
Blisters on the fif-t.' trhirh am niwi.
sarilv verv iminfnl. hIiouM hn l:itl..l
OU coins to bt'tl with stnmir k1c w.itfr
to which, if thi-y are very tender, it is
an excellent ining to add just a very lit
tic vinPL'ur ami linn mnnHivl nlnm
Peoplo who snffer very much in this
.III a aa .
way win atways uo well to wear rather
thick soled boot, having them especial
ly made, aa it is loiwt important for any
one who bus very tender feet that the
i . . . , . -
Maun miouiu ue norci-otiv tittuicy
tliw boots a pair of lamb's wool socks
ihiuki placed, and these nooks should
bo thickly spread over with soft soap on
iue iiiHiuo oi tno loot or tlie sock.
If the blisters rtinie nn rerr liiirli
. i . r
IS Wine to let ont thn ni'ptitiin I's.f''!1 flu ill
by ruiiniux a darning needle through
uiu upper suriace or the blister. If it i:
allowed to break the
it is apt to become very sore, Momctimes
being very difficult to heaL Xew Vork
First Citir.cn I beir VonrTiAril on . ai r
but I iuii a stranger iu Dublin. Can you
uirec me to ururtou street?
Second ditto With pleasure. Sure,
it a the second turn to tho right
First ditto Thank you, sir. (Walks
Second ditto (collinir after himl Hit
If you're a left handed man it's the
oiner way entirely. London Globe.
Oar Oldest Flrenlaoa.
Perhaps the oldext firenlnm in thia
rouniry ia in ine nome of a Baiignr man.
xue nrepiace was Dunt over 200 years
ago. in West Boxford. Max.. .nH 'it u
act np in the houxc perfect and standing.
wnn ine same aetiie, touga, etc., as it
Was 200 years ago.
Ta Ow Pa a Oa it
that Foley'a Colic Cure is aa inatant
relief for colic, summer complaint,
cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody
flux, chronic diarrhoea, cholera in
fantum, bilioua colic, painters' colic,
and all bowel complainta. 35 cents
and 50 cent. Sold by M. F. Bahn
sen. Vaa Orac rtfay Yaawa
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 8yrup haa
been aaed tor children teething. It
soothes the child, aoftene the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the beet remedy tor diarrhoea.
Twanty-gve oenta a bottle.
Trajan, tbe Roman emperor, had a
palace built tinder the warera of Lake
Nemi. It waa 500 feet long, S70 feet
wide and 60 feet high. Tbe building
waa made accessible by aa arched tun
ael leading to it from tbe ahore.
Mil aw. Aug. 27. William Bover
baa been quite aick for the past
Joe Mnrpby. of Stewartville. was
viaiting his friend Lester Kuehl,
H. L. Franine haa returned from
the anti-silver convention at Chicago
to which he was sent as a delegate.
Tne island farmers are patiently
waiting for the threshers to appear.
aa none of them hnve threshed this
Misses Emma Kuebl and F.dna
Kale are visiting their school teach
er. Miss Sadie Carnaghan, at camp
raeeung mis week.
1 ne Lincoln club of 'ears will bold
a aocial at the residence of E. Crouch
Saturday evening. A general pro
gram will be given.
Dredging is still coiner on at Lock
37. but the work will likely be fin
ished this week, rrom here thev eo
to the Illinois river.
Tbe silver club of Milan will hold
a silver meeting? consisting of
speeches and flag raising Saturday,
The poles are in place and all ii
ready for a rousing meettner.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Dibbern
welcomed a daughter in their home
Tuesday. Mr. Dibbern has now for
gotten politics and is shaking hands.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Alderman, of
South Riverside. Cal.. and Mr. and
Mrs. Dr. Mowrey and daughter, of
Aurora, are visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Franing this week.
A young; daughter arrived Mon
day morning to gladden the- home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Mr.
Anlerson is managing the island
farm owned by Mr. Harper, of
A dance was held on Anton Wie
gle's farm in Black Hawk Tuesday
evening. Sixty-four couples were
present and eDj yed themselves
greatly. Charles Boyer and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wochner furnished the
Shekkard, Aug. 26. William Mil
ler and Miss Lizzie Neave, of Gil
Christ, visited in Sherr&rd Snnriav
Thomas Adams, of Cable, was on
our streets Wednesday. -Mr.
Samuelson shipped a carload
oi nogs to unicapo Monday.
Tom Haigh and William Terrell
of this place, wete in Orion Sunday
Mr. Scbaarman and (inmn K,
row were in the tri cities Wednes-
Mrs William Lied Ike moved to
Coal Valley last week to live with
Andrew Hacrman and Peter I .arson
of Cable, were on our streets last
Unite a number of the rnnn fru
from Cable attended the dance here
There waa a tremendous iinrm
here last Saturday morning heavy
winn, rain ana iigntmng.
Mr. and Mrs. Davison are the
pround parents of a baby boy, which
arrived Tuesday evening.
The game of ball between Orion
ana snerrara Wednesday resulted ii
a score of 17 to 18, in favor of Orion
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy ami
Mr. Barslev. of Cable, drove thmnul
here Sunday on their way to visit
relatives id voai vauey.
Thomas Schroeder. a formpr ral
dent of Cable, but late of Idaho
Springs, was a visitor in Sherrard
T a , . r.,
luesuay. mr. oenroeuer says the
population of Idaho Springs, Col., is
2,500, the town being long and nar
row, and the main street a mile in
length. Tbe climate is very dry, as
no dew falls at night. He brought
several pieces of ore from the Banty
mine, as there are so many in this
vioinity who own stock in that mine.
He says the shaft is down 155 feet
and the deeper the more va uable
and tbe more gold it rnnto the ton.
J. B. McFarlane, a former resident
or Cable, is superintendent of the
Two Ltvea saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had consumption and that there
was no hope for her, but two bottles
of Dr. King's New Discovery com
pletely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Thomas Eggers, 139
Florida street, San Francisco, suf
fured from a dreadful cold, approach,
ing consumption, tried without re
sult everything else, then bought
one bottle of Dr. King's Xew Discov
ery and in two weeks was cured.
He is naturally thankful. It ia such
results, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in coughs and colds.
Free trial bottles at Harts A Ulle
meyer's drug store. Regular size,
50 cents and f 1.
Customer I want a remedy for
Drug Clerk All right, sir. Here'a
a blood tonic that is advertised to
build up the constitution.
Customer Young man. do you
think I'm goiog to dose myrelf with
a blood tonic for months, just on th
chance of it doing me some good?
Not much! I want immediate re
lief; beside, catarrh is a local affec
tion, and no tonic or blood purifier
ever made can core it. Here'a 50
centa. Let me have Ely'a Cream
Balm. It's the only thing I know of
to care an attack of catarrh.
W haa Ta Taka Tear Taeatloa
The moat necessary article to have
with you (after yonr pocket book) is
a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of bowels canted by a
change of water.
Ton are likely to need it. Sold by
M. F. BeJuuen. 3
COOK AT 1;
ANTED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
at seremn avenue.
WANTED PLAIN SEWING AND ROME
laundry at reasonable price. Work
guaranteed. 311 Fourth avenue.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework in maU family: pood cook:
rood wave. Peaslee Shoe company.
VITANTED A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
VV housework: two in family: no wasnimr.
CaU at li:y Second avenue after 6 o clock
tTANTED-A PLACE WHERE A CAPA-
V ble man can obtain a home in exchange
for his services. This is a fact. Adddress H..
Am. os onlce.
WANTED POSITION IN GROCERY
store by reliable vouni; man of exper
ience. Will take smull waes at iirst. Ad
dress William HmgeL 710 East Ueventh street.
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
ITS a month salary or large commission
telling- staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
specialty company, 77 w . f ourcn street, cut
VITANTED AGENTS GOOD ANDRESPON-
r hi tile to present a guaranteed X per cent
investment: lwo laive and conservative trust
companies guarantors: closest investigation of
securities invited. Address B. F. Jones & Co..
'i raaers Buildinn. Chicago.
WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
wun a view to matromony to join tne isastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau, Salem, Ohio.
Bend two cent stamp for descriptive circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box , Salem, Ohio.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Thb A rocs want column. Calls are re.
oelved at this office dally for domestics, etc.,
who can come weU recommended. Try this
column for a situation and it you are reliable
juu wui get one.
VITANTED AGENTS. LADIES OR GENTS
" everywhere, to introduce our fast
selling goods, needed bv all. "One agent made
".i mp in one week.' ou can do the same,
il MM yearly earned, and permanent situation.
tor particulars, address with stump. Swiss
ncru t ea company, Chicago.
TtTANTED-SOLICITORS FOR LIFE OF
- - ""j"' 1" tuo ucai urcaiucuv, uy
mflTa TJilctaiiJ in........ ti n
4-iw uitmbCMu, v uauiiucv ut-pew, rurKer
John Sherman and Mark Harm a. with biopri
DDVOf Hnhnrt. rnntaino cnaa.ihiu nriil
" w"wii Dn.vvun auu flis.1-
rorm. A bonanza for agents, a gold mine for
vuiy e?i.w. ine oniy auiuonzea
paid. Outfit free. Begin now with choice of
territory. Permanent, profitable work for 'Vrt.
Address. The National Book Concern, Star
wuuuiug, w lUUUU,
"DIOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
- m mo tsrse Duuaing on second avenue
"ClOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
: iw.uub. neasonaoie terms. Apply E.
TjIOR RENT- thk Pt'icenv dpct a
u r?int on '"'"h avenue. Apply to" William
"CH)R RENT- ROOMS WITH EVERY CON--A
veuience fur light housekeeping. Ad
dress "U.." this nftii.,.
"CTOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE AT 110;
-- also a second story.- nice, large, alrr
rooms, at 17 at 1011 Third avenue.
F?XT-A FIXE- "RGB. l'ROOM
brick house in South Rock Island. Gas.
bath, water and good bam. two ncres of
ground. Two blocks from street cars. Inquire
of Gordon A Bowman.
TOR RENT-THE TWO BEACTIFfl. Mr--a.
Couovhie bouses in Black Hawk addition
are now finished. These houses are modern in
eveiy detail heat, bath rooms, mantels etc
Iow rent to good parties. For particulars ap
ply to M. A K.
IlOK S A L.E G ROC ERY STOCK AND
nature: gou i.M'ation. Address D.
A Hors office.
lOR SALE A iROOM HOUSE IN GOOD
condition: a bargain if taken immediately
Apply at Xi Eighteenth street.
TjlOR SALE A FIRST CLASS REST A UR-A-
ant doing a fine business. Inquire of Bob
Bennett. Jr., Hk.1i Second avenue.
"CK)R S A LE COMBINATION BOOK CASE
A and desk, cne hard coal and one wood
stove. Inquire George-.F Uoth, II it! Second
FOtND-A BAY MARE: OWNER CAN
have same by paying for this ad and pas
turage. Apply at Twenty-fourth street and
TKR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT, EAST
. .flSnl; new brick walk- sde trees in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Apply at 3005 Fifth avenue or on
Premises, 60i Thirty-eighth street.
OST A BRINDLE COW YESTERDAY
J Finder return I.. ll-1iThir, '
Harry Donlin. ".uwi,
F01? HANDLE OF CHILDREN S
clothing. Call at Crown restaurant and
pay for this notice.
T OST-A GRAPE VINE CANE ALK;A
J. r toD- wn !i'ver hl"Mle engraving Joe
! inder leave at this office and receive reward.
fr 1 ff Tfl A VV U1V r
PAUU oinnol mm. to drTw . eravoa
bortralt bv our nutent mth " .yon
We p., our pupils' no wiisleT week SToS
for us at home, evenings or spare time Send
for work and particulars. fienttM s sS!
" . - .. j-auaqeiphia. Pa.
WE OFFER A FEW DEBENTURES OF
the Goldtield Delienture ,Jlf;
guarnteed S per cent investment. iS?SS? .?
al Trust company. Denver MXnss"
A TexasTnist company, guarantors. cuSZtl
investigation of securitv invited t.w.V1
ticulars address B. F. Jones i Co ife
Building. Chicago. - 1 we
Oam 7or Bomi amd Ban It amrL
Insurance and Loans
Boom 4. MiteheU A Lynde b'ng
1725 Second Ave.
Of Blankets, Comforters,
and Cotton Batts. Take
advantage of this sale, as
you will save from 33 to
40 per cent. No dupli
cates when these num
bers are sold.
Blankets and Comforters.
1 case of white cotton blankets
we will put out at, per pair. . 39c
1 case of gray cotton blankets
we will throw out at. per pair 49c
200 pairs 10-4 cotton blankets,
white, gray and tan, fancv
border', per pair C8c
A fine large 11-4 blanket, dark
colored, we will start them at 9Sc
10-4 red all wool blankets, guar
anteed 4 pounds, for the sale
per pair f2 98
During this sale we will sell the
celebrated Puritan wool errav
U1BUKL lUr i.4d
10-4 all wool gray California
blankets, guaranteed 4 pounds
per pair $3 33
11-4 all wool California gray blan
. kets, guaranteed 5 pounds, per
Pair $3 9
We have a complete line in nat
ural, tan and white, all wool
blankets at, per pair, $1.98 to $9.98
A good comforter, well made,
large enough for any ordinary
A better comforter, good prints.
straignt stitched, for this sale 75c
Still a better one filled with
good white cotton; fancy pat
terns, turkey-red prints, for
mis sale 9sc
One lot of extra large size com
forters, scroll stitched, filled
with A No. 1 cotton, fancy
White Bed Spreads
A fine white crochet quilt, full
bed size, should be $1, this
Our $1.25 white crochet quilt
we will sell duing this sale
11-4 imported Marsailles qnilt
a beauty for thia week
During this sale we will sell ten
cases of pure white cotton
batts at. per roll 5C
At the same time We shall put
out our leader,' worth 18c, for 12ic
The frnit season has now reached
the meridian. The abundance of
frnit and the very low price of which
it is being placed upon the the mar
ket makes it a double nh iort trt nil r-
cbase. In anticipation of this we
placed very large ordera for fruit
cans and jelly glasses of all kinds
and we now offer them at prices
mi uciuw our competitors.
Remember that thr win h
cial prices all of this week, on
run. vans ana iruii packages of all
We have somethintv ; 1 k. lino
of decorated bread plates and cake
plates, worth 50c each that we will
lose at 25c each. These plates are in
assorted colors, gold lined with floral
and CUPld decorationa Then ntata
are worth doable the money.
T0O1 & IIcUS
Can always be found at our store. Stories by the
best authors at prices such as have never before
been given to the book buying public Our
shelves are lined with the choicest works of fic
tion, poetry, science and religion. Up to-date
current literature of all kinds constantly on
hand. Don't bother your neighbors borrowing
book when you can be adding to your own
library at a nominal cost.
R. CRAMPTON & CO
172S SECOND AVENUE.
Honest Value for Your Money.
WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO.
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
TIIIO IIIGIIKST AU AltlT
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. In IKA3,
1 100 pianos on exhibition First Prise to the Sclmin.rv., t;..,'
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia ia 184.1. 18S8. an.1 again
in 1874. n
At the American institute In New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At tbe International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
old ooamacocsLT roa 28 tbabs at
ji 1 1. 1 ' 'CMl9 V1UU1 1I1U ITU J C
' doras and Sailors. Quality Con
a BY aaJ
i m For a Cloth rvmmwi
OSIC ones at 6:1c, Vic, 1.K.
(JO- rora K'bbon Trimmed wool
Vfb wi onur nu iM-treronesat
8!e, 81.12 and Si. 35.
4 For a wonl felt Fedora, trim-
I - I Z mwi with hhlwm. 11.
ones at sac, ci.12 and 81.35.
20 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly sold at f 1 and 1.25,
all go at 60c.
15 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly sold at fl-50, $1.75, $2
and 12.25. all go for 75c.
Ladies' Figured Brillii.ntine Shirts, Velvet Bound, faced
around bottom with Canvas Battling Lining for 92. Better
ones at $3.25, $4 50, $8 59 and $7.50.
114 West Second Street,
BICYCLES! - -
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special 550
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. W herever
they hav invariably rmwive.)
Jla.' fl-.t- I XT. 1. 17
Our Prices are Lowe&t.
for This Week:
Children's Silk HmI at We,
V E'Jr.TScand C1.15.
V , . Z
f. Novelties In ladies' nilsaw' and
clilllrrs Bicycle l'a at 2Jc, S5e, k
. r- .n.l OK.
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