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TBB ARGUS. BATORDA Y. SEPTEMBER 26. 1896. THE ARGUS. rafellshas Datlf M Wteaij at MM Btua4 iniw, Rock If'aad. IH. taluil HIUMt aaUa at sstoad MM llrr.) J. W. Porria FCIUIHKR. TBUfa-Dall. M ceata pet wmL Weekly, (fc.gs aet aaaaa; ta edeaaea U N, All eaauaaalcalioaa af a critical r argaaeata ties character, political or rallaloa, au hyt teal mm attache, for aahtlcatioe. No ok artkle will a. arias, mm ictltloaa HfutiM. formvMKltw awlciw. frees rnij lowarhip la loSS leiaa. toaatf. Sati kdat, Sr.nr.vr.K 20. 196. USMOCKATIC KOSMJIATIOS.. for prMklnl, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, ut Ncbtdeka. Far Vice rntMwl, AKTHCR SF.VTALL, of Maine. lata Ticket. Uoeeraor Jo" P. Al.tgem 1 Jell l. Oorernor Momma C. CRAwruKD Secretary ut Htate Kim E. twisfi Auditor A. UMaxwki.i Treasurer E. C. Pact Attorney Ueneral CHr;a A. Thcue t'ntrenlt Tnwteea-MR JciJ Holmbi Hhitm, R. P. !, N. W: GRAHAM. Kepremn tail e SM Df t . . . W 1 1.1 J 4M M: En I a T Tot Member ef Coterexe Trtith Dtitrlet.... WILLIAM K. MOURK Coaoty Ticket. Clerk of tk Court ftlatea Attorney Chari.ct licniHD l.'uruner UK. liauHua E. Mkhntmak Hurreyor A. E. JuMRmok Ths warlike Tillman seems to be having trouble In linding an adver sary worthy f his pitchfork. Chi- rao Journal. Tin: mayor who stands in the way of public improvements is not the exnrutive for Kock Island; not in this iny and generation. Tiik people of Kock Island should gnther at the river, and give thanks that it was not always as it is now in this city, and utter the fervent prayer that it may not he always. Andrew J:kx only received one electoral vote In New Kogland, but be was nevertheless triumphantly elected, and in the face of a situation the counterpart of that which Bryan Is now raring. Lirr the guests of the scriptural fiant. the proceeders of the Canton precession are bring gathered from the byways and hedges. No Rhodes is too dusty, or Wragglvt too weary to go to see the I anton propbet. Win Kock Island first talked of paved ktrals. thete were hundreds of donbting Tboniares to one that there apiwartil at the time of the levee situation. But there was not in those dsys a doubting mayor and uuok iiani went anead. Comhkkssman SinLr.r, of Peonsyl vania, struck the keynote when be ram: "money Das ieen drhneil as the wheels of commerce. We bave taken awsy one half the wheels, and are engaged in guessing why c m nierce moves so slowly." kkv. i. uirtirT ialmaok says If the silver people win I believe there will be such a revival in busi ness. soch booming in industries which are now inactive, and each 'oneral shaking up of commercial in tercst thnt the couutry would be a In I "'I"" . , . iiiKH iiasha is represented as strutting around in vainglorious ex ultation over the Maine election, pro claiming it to be a vindication of the proposition of the republican party ua iut iinanciai issue, uweremeni ber rightly it is not manv week since Minna was declaring tbat pro tection is tbe great issue and not the ttnanc. What has become of the protection issue? t liaplaae Arm tieaauie. Reference to the views of the effect or tbe tioancial policy under discus sion in this couutry. of the London financial New, has heretofore been made in The Aruis and other papers throughout the country. While such articles as have been'attributed to tbe financial News have been pro nounced by soldite sources ai forgeries and there has been 'much denunciation of their publication i this country, they are nevettheless trne For instance the reference which has been most commented upon is reproduced from a photo. graphic clippings ci tne original in an uttier part oi today s abucs, tbu eetabllsh'ng its authenticitr beyond a q'li-stion. The article speaks tor lleelt. Itryaa'. Tilempkaat Tear. Mr. Bryan bas set the country through which he passes a blase with eninusiasm. .ever bas a preslden tiai candidate spoken to so many people, and tbe demonstrations i every part of the noion where be has been may well alarm the republicans. He baa made Ksntncky, Tennessee, North Carolina. Virginia and Mary, lead certain for the Chicago candi date and free coinage, and bis cam paign baa been entirely consistent wltn democratic Ideaa and American ntlmsat. He does not consider it above kit dignity to go among tbe common people, take them by the band and talk with them on the is sues of tbe day. He and bis party re aafclag no favors from the grsat erporeUoas U Ike way el free ticket, or tirkets at nominal rate, and will have no debts to pay after the election. Mr. Bryan will con tinue advocating the caose of the people among tbo people. Ruining o the history oi tne political cam paign in this country compares with Jt is not too mucn to say no Has addresaed upward of 2.000.000 peo ple, while his speocnea bave been read from the Atlaolic to the Pacitic, and (rem the lakes to the gulf. Con sidered as an illustration of physical and mental power and endurance it as been wonderful and enough to iiable the strongest, but Bryan is ou ordinary man, mentally or pbysw auy. lie is tne typical, broad bouldered, high-minded, courageous and gallant American. The Trlboae on Hart. This is a campaign of inconsist ency on the republican side of tbe question, but among the other evi- ences oi ibis attitude none is more glaring or conspicnous than that pre sentee. Dy tne wntcago Tribune in its treatment, past and present, of Hertz, .the republican candidate for state treasurer. Last March mat before the state republican conven tion, the Tribune gave the public a great deal of information about Henry L. Hertz. March 30 tbe Tribune contained a column editor ial warning the party against his nomination, in which occurred this vigorous denunciation of Hertz, and while it has been published, it is re produced just as a sample: 'liertz bas become odious to the intelligent, self respecting n-publi- ana oi wis county, iney see bim in the type of the men who are in politics lor wbat there is in it. He the embodiment of the insatiate office holder and the perpetual office beggar, tie bas been a public pen siuner lor zi years. Y hen be could not get an elective oilic he got an appointive one. If possible be gut two, and while drawing pav for cler ical service, poorly performed, col- ectea extortionate fees from the un fortunate property owners whose special assessments tbe court ap pointed nim 10 supervise. He is a stench in the nostrils of decent repooncans, because be is associated with all that is most of fensive in machine politics. Pa-Led primaries, tbe ownership ot subserv tent delegations fraudulently eltcted, and tns use of them lor trading put poses bave given him all be posssies and have enabled him to become a part not the most prominent but the most disliked of the different machines which bave from time to time sought to boss the republicans oi this county. nor is it true tbat He tz is a rep resentative ot the (iermans. lie not one. They repudiate him. He s a Dane. There are comparative! v lew oi that nationality here, in l VJ only 2,300 of them were registered as against 40,000 Germans. Ut tbe former many perhaps the majority are democrats. Tbe Danes look on Hertz as a renegade, and tbe tier mans as an impostor. Both depi bis political methods. Tbe colored Voters unanimously dislike him and will scratch nim. lo the American element which ought to count roost of all, he is Intensely unacceptab e. Literary. 'The American Ballot" is the till of a forceful and suggestive paper in the October rorum by Hon. Hiib A. I.usk, ex-member of the New Zea land legislature. Mr. Lusk dercribes the workings of the Australian ball-it and declares tbat tbe svstem now in use in this country is nothing like it Uoiicy's Magazine for (Jo to her con tains tbe first chapter of a shot life or lsenjamin irankun, written by (eorge C Lav. "roor Richard bad perhaps the most engaging personal ity among tne rounders or the repub lic, and his labors were of the highest importance, so tbat the story ot h's life could hardly fail to bold the reader's interest. Mr. Lay in hi first chapter treats of Franklin, tb Apprentice, the Printer, and the I'hilosopher. in a very readable manner, and in the other chapters will take up his achievements as politician and diplomat. Lida Rose McCabe's account of "The Oberlin Wellington Rescue; an Antislsvery Crisis, which almost precipitated tbe nvii war in 1859, through the seces sion of the north," comes out at time when the political parties are again uiscusstng tbe means to oe em Pioved in dealinir with measnres be, lieved to be uniust: for the fugitive slave law offered something of a par allel for the questions raised by the income tax, supreme court, and government by injunction declara uons in tne democratic platform. Netvoos and Weak. rnoble. III., Siept. 11, 1896. I was taken with tbe grip last Febrnarv . J : . . . i ... . . - uu it nuicu id my uit side Mv nerves were very weak and I conld uvieiecp. mj ineuus advised me o iry Hood's Sarssparilla and bought five bottles. It has benefited me so much tbat from mv experience I heartily recommend it. Una. Malisda Rigus. Hood's pills are easy to buy, easy mi ihj in eaeci. CaagsWMS Oriaklac Water. Death lurks In impure water. breeds diseases, often In epidemic form. Tbe first symptom is looceneas of tbe bowels. These diseaaea are checked by taking Foley's Colio Core Bold by at. c. Babnsen. 1 17. No family should be without Fo. Ity't Colio Con for all bowel sob p&Ut. Bold by M. J. BskkMB. SERVICE IN SANCTUARY. Bally Oar la tba Kmen Charch To- murrae. Tomorrow will be rally Sunday in the Broadway Presbyterian church, an especially prepared program will oe presented, the exercises begin ning at 9:15. All members of the church and congregation are invited to ue present. Kally dav will be likewise ob served tomorrow by tbe United Pres byterian church and Snnday school. A special program bas been prepared. Tbe general exercises will begin at 10 a. m. Tbe members, friends and parents of tbe scbo'ars are all re quested to be present t that hour Tlia Cnonth CmlaBflnr. Trinity Kplsoopal. corner ot Sixth ave nue aud Nineteenth street. Rav. R F. Sweet. S. T. D.. rector. Rev. J. M. D. Davidson offlpiattnir. Celebration at 3 a. m. Sundv school at :tr. a. m Matins and sermon at 10:45 . m. Even son? and sermon ai i:3Up.m. Trinity KniseoDal. corner of Fourth avenue and Seventh street. Kev. R. F. Sweet. S. T. 11.. rector, feven song and Sunday school ai p. m. St. Josenh s Roman Catholic, corner or Second avenue and Fourteenth steet. Rev. 1 nomas Muckin. dean and pastor: John H t- annon. assistant. Mass at 8 a. m. and 1U::) m. espem at 3 u. m. Sunday school at 2 p. m. st. .vary (ierman Catholic, corner or I-out-lb avenue and Twenty-second street. Kev. Kernard Kask. Dastor. Muss at S n. and lo:: d. m. Vesoers. at 3 d. m. Sunday sciiooi at ?:.tu p. in . tennan Lutheran, corner of Twea tieth street ami Fifth avenue. Rev. A. Menmcke pastor. Services (temporarily at . M. C. A. amlitoriumi at lfw) a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 2:30 d. m. t-.race Kmrlih Lutheran. corner of rorty-fourlh street and Seventh avenue. Rev. Joseph L.. Murphy nastor. Services at I0:4i a. . and M-.inp. ni. Sunday school at V:la a. m First Swedish K Anielicul. corner of fourteenth street and Fourth avenue. Rev Carl K. Slatt. pastor. Services at 10:30 a. lu and7::Mp. m Sunday schmil at 3 n. m. Zion Swedish Lutheran. 4S25 Seventh avenue. Services at I" Ah a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday scuooi at :.' a. m. (iertnan K.vantrelical. Ninth street between Filth and Sixth avenues. Rev. Theo.,F. Krue Iter, pastor services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at - p. in. First Baptist, corner of Third avenue and Fifteenth street. Rev. Carlton R Tavtor. lh I.: services at 10:4Ti a. m. anil 7::io p. ui Morr iua subject. "Spiritual and Carnal:' evening subject.. A Romantic Marriage and Its Results. iiautisin in the evenimr. sunduv scliool at W:30 a. xu. H. V. 1. L". tneetiuK at n::m p. m. Free Swedish mission. Corneror Kleventh street and Fifth avenue, service at 3:30 u. m, Rev. Auirust swiinstram. of Joliet. will preach. rrayer meetinir Thursday at k p. m. Kmanuel Baptist. 447 Forty-fourth street. Kev. S. H. Cain, pastor: services at 10:4.-a. ni . and 7::m p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. H. V. I. I . at:S0p. m. Secind Baptist. W7 Sixth avenue. Rev WashinKton. pastor: services at 11 a. m. and s p. m Sweilish Baptist, corner of Twenty-first street and Fifth avenue. Rev. LaKenpiist. pas tor: services at ii:ii a. m. and J::io n Moininir subject. "Inducement to Haul. Se- cureeess:" cveniuir.' The Doubtinirlliscinle Urst MiUhiHlist. corner of Fifth avenue and Nineteenth street. No eveninir service. Sunday school at :30 a. m. Vounit People's meetinir at W:4S p. ni. lerman MetbiMlist comer of Sixth avenue and rourteenth street. Kev. William Sehoe- a X. pastor: services at 10:4 a. m and 7:30 p sundav school ut H IS a. 111. Kt) worth league meetinir at p. m. hIk'ewiMMl Park Methodist. Rev. R. ti Pearce. paston services in old No. 7 school btiildtnir at II a. ni. Sunday school at 10 a. m No services tomorrow. Ninth Street Methodist. Ninth street, be tween rifih and Sixth avenues: services at I'l lSa. m. and 7:30 u. m. Sundav school at v:-ia a. m. Broadway Presbvterlan. corner ofTwentv tliird street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W. S Mai-tiuis. pastor: s-rvices at 10:45 a. m. and :4 p. m. sumlay schisil at l:ln 1 ouuk People s lueelintt ai (1:15 u. m. MorniuK subject. "The Trainlmr of Children in Chris tian Truth:" eveniorf, "The Knulish Cathedrals or Arciiiiecture as an Aid to Kciiirion. I nited iTesbvtcrtan. Thiid avenue and fronrtcentn street. Key. H. t . Marshall, pastor. i ue iniei-uriy: its i-nnc:pies and 3!eth ods" will be the evenim: topic. Sun d.iy school at H.30 a. m. Youni; People s meciuiK ai i:'vii. m. Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev. Ira . Allen. Jr.. pastor. Sunday school at :1 a.m. Young People stneetint! at 6-.IS p. in. Aiken Street Chapel. Presbyterian. South Hock Island. Kev. 1. w. Allen. Jr.. pastor: Sun day school at - p. m.; services every Tuesday at 7:30 p. ill. South Park Chapel. Presbyterian. Elm street ann rirteentn avenue. Kev. W. S. Maruuis uastor: Sundny school at S:30 p. m.; services Tuesday at :.n p. m. Memorial Christian, corner of Fifteenth street and Third avenue. Kev. T. W. CSrnfton pastor: services (temporarily at the court bouse) at l:l) a. ni. and 7:ttp. ni. Sunday school at :! a. m. Y. P. S. C. K. at 11:45 p. in Tweniy-Niiith Street Chapel. Christian, sev enth avenue and Twentv-tifth street. Hev. T W. (Irafton. pastor: Sunday school at 3:00 p. m. Prayer mcetu-.k at 7:4 p. m. Thursday. First Church of Christ. Soientist: services at K. I . nan. uaveiipori. at i:i a. m. Experi ence mcctins at Swedish Ilantist church, cor. Ber ot Fifth avenue and Twenty tlrst street Friday at 7:3" p. m. Reorganized nburoh of Jesus Christ of Latter Pav Saints. Hurrall s Mock. Second avenue. Hervioes at S:3u p. m. by Kvanuellst Sheklou. Kveninir services at Aiuan. Salvation Army Barracks. oorner Fourteenth street una r irst avenue, services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a. m . . holiness meetinir at 10:30 a. m . praise mealing at 3 p. m.. salvation mealing at x p. ni. THE ONLY ONE. The Pyramid Cure the Only Pi'e Cure Kec- oinmended by I'hjsiclans a-) Be ing Perfectly Sale. No Opium, Cocaine, Narcotic Poison in It or Other The Pyramid Pile Cure is probably t!ie only pile cure extensively rtc om mended by physicians, because is so safe, so prompt in the relief af forded and to far as known the only po-mive cure lor piles except a surgi cal operation. In one year the Pyramid Pile Cure has become the best known, the safest and tbe most extensively sold oi any pile cure before the public. early all druggists sell it at 60 cents and $1 per package. ... . . Aaares tne ryramia com pan v Albion. Mch.. for book on cause and cure of Piles and also hun dreds oi testimonials from all parts of the United States. It suffering from any form of piles a'k your druggist lor a package of Pyramid Pile Cure and try it to night Vt'. rum'. Fu! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will enre blind, bleeding, ulcerated and itching piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, aots as a poultice, gives instant re relief. Dr. Williams1 Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for piles and itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every box is guaran teed. Sold by druggists, sent by mail for 60 cents and 1 per box. WittiAMs ll'r'o Co.. Props.. Cleve land. Ohio. For sale by all drug gists. Children Cry for Pitcher' Cattorla. WANTED. TANTEn A COMPETENT NURSE GIRL. aares "A. v. uu omee. AY T ANTED A t;IHL. FOB GENERAL. housework in small family. Apply at Ninth avenue. is;i WANTED MKN WHO WIM. WORK FOR STB a monLh amlmrv or larae eommjaaton selling staple goods by sample to dealer. Ex perience unneoeaaarv. vt rue us. xxouaenoia Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin cinnati. Ohio. WANTED LAMES AND GENTLEMEN who wish to correspond for pleasure, or with a view to matrumonv to Join tbe Eastern Ohio Correspondinir Bureau. Salem. Ohio. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circular. Auureas w . - uecK, loca oox saiem. um XITANTED-SALESMEN: NO NEED BE V V iuir out of work when vou can make from 110 to FJu a week canvassmir for our line ot staple houseuold and holiday KOods. ou do not need a dollar to start, bend for terms. Give street addre-s. Cutely & Co.. SI La- saiie street, Cbicaro. FOR BFNT. IR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM in the Cane building on Second avenue FOR RENT FIVE TO SIX ROOMS: YOCNG couple preferred. Call at tut Seven teenth street. TTtOR RENT A S-ROOM COTTAGE IN A itoikI order with water and seweraire. nineteenth street. J. D. Taylor. "ITIOR RS NT THESTOREROOM RECENTLY A occupied by W. A. Ehlel). Twentieth street. Call at H-J3 Seventeenth tlreet. FOR RENT A FINE. LARGE. 13-ROOM brick house in South Rock Island. Gas. bath, water and irood barn, two acres of around, two blocks from street cars. Inquire oi ooruon & uowman. FOR SALE. R SALE A NO. T HARD COAL STOVE. Jtaaiant Home lmtuire at Loug s irro eery. XTHin SALE-ONE OF THE HKST KES A. taurants in the citvin iroud locuti-n. Ad dress this odice. IIOR SALE FARM ON EASY TERMS: lt acres of well improved laud situated two-and-a-half miles southeast of Andalusia. For further particulars imjuire of Albert Ho fer. Andalusia. 111. CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. A. SEYMOI'R. and business medium, street. Davenport. CLAIRVOYANT il4 East Seventh Harpers Tneatre, CUAi. IiLIUIB, CutB. IlLitmB, Manager. ORE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING Monday Evening, Sept. 21. The Wilson Theatre Company supporting the leading emotional actress, MIS3 ANNA E. DAVIS. TONIGHT 44 THE WIFE 99 Prices 10,80 and 30c. SPECIALTIES: JISEASES of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Langs, Stomach, Skin and Blood. Bupture cured without nee of knife DR. DANIEL, BOOMS 36 and 37. McHanna Building, corner Second and Main streets, Davenport. OFFICE HOURS a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to S p. m. Evenings, Wednes days and Satnrdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m. Tolephoua 040, REMOVAL. GET THE BEST Plumbing, Heating, Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. All Work Onaraa-d. Rogenfleld Bros., 1609 THIRD AVENUE DROP IN mnmmmfniimiiHt ' BILLY CATTON'S White Seal saloon 1815 Second Arenac. Young l IMomcs THE BUSIEST STORE. Mckinley & bryan -IK- JOINT DEBATE Would bs an interesting spectacle, but you will be more interested in the splendid line of Cloaks, Jackets and Frs that we are showing at such pirces that you cannot help t make an early selection Dress Goods Department. 1.000 yards SC inch all wool llaunel suiting, should be 42c a yard. iu9t as lonir as thov last, per yard 25c Double fold Boucle, elegant patterns, should be 50c, just as lutijr as they last, per yard 35c 40 inch novelties in all the lead ing fa'l styles, should be 75c, just as long as they last, per yard 54c 54 inch black Bearer for cloaks, capes and jackets, should be 12 per yard. This week ft 4 Fancy eider downs for children's cloaks and ladies dressing sacuues, worth 42c, here this week, your choice, per yard . 20c ;i' inch all wool eider downs in plain colors pink, blue, cream, white, cardinal and tan worth 75c, this week, per yard 4c Underwear Department. There chilly days reminds one of their heavier underwear. We have a complete line of Misses and chil dren'ts. ladies and gents. Ladies1 lleece lined vests, lone sleeves ic Ladies' ex'.ra heavy lleece lined vests and drawers, worth 42c: this week only 25c Ladies' lleece Kgyptian cotton vests and pants so d tbe world over (for cheap CSc); here this wtek 5t)c Gents' knit shirt and drawers mottled gray, full regular sie onlv 25c Gents' fleece lined shirts and drawers, silk front, pearl but. tons, worth 75c; here this week 5ih Gents' shirts and drawers, mot1 tied gray, all sizes .12-44, reg ular 4c goods; here this week 85o Gonts' all wool heavy socks, cheaper than you can buy the yarn : home knit goods, 6hould be 40c; here this week pair 25c 1,001$ pair ladies' black all wool cashemere hose, should be 25c; here this week pair... 15c Gloves. Ladies' fleece lined black gloves, always 25c; here this week pair 15c Floor Oil Cloths. 'You will soon be setting up that beating stove and will want a new floor oil cloth. We have the most complete line in the city, ranging in width from one to two oards. We also carry a complete line of oil cloth rogs 4 4, 7-4. 6-4. 8-4. Oil cloth binding with tacks. Corners all complete, put up in packages, brass or zinc. Prices we guarantee to suit the times. - Crockery Department ORAKD SPECIAL IK D1HXEB SETS. We have just opened a new crate of English dinner sets in assorted decorations and shapes; very new. The body is of semi-porcelain and each piece festooned. Regular valne $9, bnt for this week will place them on sa'e at $5.98. These sets ere made np in 100 pieces as follows: VI pic plate?, lie te d !". 1 open dirk, t pisitem, 1 fngr bowl. 1 er--in pitch, 1 c Trend atter aiih, 1 pickle ill h. 1 a bmt. 1 slap bowl. 1 dinner plat. Itaauce Olmme. It iadividoal button, is tea enpa, Itnaocvrs, 1 CTertrd dish I, I0UHG & IleCOIIBS nn 8EC0SD ats. li-jlAVE YOU HEARD DORN, The Fashionable TAILOR. Under The Harper. WILSON Honest Value for Your Money. WILSON MOLHSTE BUGGY CO. fHE SCHOMA CKER Have attained thoir celebrity solely publicly eihibited in competition Till: IIK.IIIT VAICl At the International Exhibition at Cytl l'alin. N. Y.. in IHf3. over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the tininrh'-r I'iain. At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1X4.. 1KM. and a train In 1874. " At the American institute In New York in 1K.V. At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 14. At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 161. The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards BOLD COaTTOTOOCILT FOB 28 TEAM AT Wallace's Music Store &SSEm AYAWrr Specials I RQa f,orc'oh Covered Fidor 0 C lletrer ones at 6Jc 1 8i Sl.17. ami s 1,3.1 ,, . , .ut - T Kbbon Trimmed wool 0HC - f t Rett ones at Oei.lZaid B1.8S. 70,. rr t wool felt Fedora, trim- I OC mMl wh ribbons. Ber onw at 8r. 11.12 rwi i y.i SHIlT i I Willi. 20 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly .old at aui go at ouc. 16 dozen Shirt Walsls, forxirly till at J1.5C, f 1.75. ft anl 12.25, all go for 75c. Ladie' Figured Brillientlne Shirts, 'Velvet Boond, faed aronnd bottom with Cant a. Bottling Lining for 12. Better ones at f.3.25, f 4.60, 6.50 and .'.60. BEE rJ jlU West Seoonl Stvi. About the swell Fall Sultiogs that DORN has just received. 1 le carries the famous Cooper and Addlngton lines of En glish goodf, and has also an array of fancy Scotch patterns that arc beauties. Covert cloth for fall overcoats, and some . new things for heavier coats. I Us prices are moderate and he guar tees satisfaction. c- GIVE TIX1sj J BICYCLES! Wllson Roadster $65 Wilson Special $50 Electro-Gold String Pianos on account of Merit. Whnrnver they have inrarlab'.y received ASaWaUr mj M M ' In Ladles' Cloth and Felt Fe doras and Sailors. Quality Con sidered, Our Prices are Lowest. for This Week: J Children's Silk Hools - t Lie, SV. x o-jc, i: cairn ci.ik 1 t ...... ... . . ...a 'J WinCim. " children's Bntle Caj s at 1 , 5e, ... . -- - I WAISTS. tl and 11.25, HIVE - - - DAVES POET.