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THE ARGUS, MOXDAT, MAY 1G, 1808.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. . CHICAfla KOOK 1HLA1TO A PACIFIC RAIL way Ticket, can M pnrehaRed or bapgagt ebucVed lit R It f Twentieth erect drool, 01 OKUr deH, corner Plllbareoae aad Tblrty lnt ttrcat, Frank II Piuaamcr, AKenU TRAINS. East. I Wikt. Denver L'mt'tl Jtouiabt... Pt Worth U nTur A K 0... Mian capo la. OaiaoftMUU H amine. tBihA Minnrapah .... Omaha ft Den Moiur. Kx ... lOiraba A Kmoinpiilli Ex . ixttir. - incnin A Omaha.. Omahaft Iniivit Ihniiha Je lh-nvrr ... hock l-laiiil & Bona a Ac... an Paul Mionaii1s nener, ft Worth K C..., IKun.a. city M Jweph.. $Kork I.ianit A Washington t'blraro A I)e Hniata t 3 ;K) am t ft am 11:1(1 pm 8:1.1 in 6 t 7 i.'dl am liaoi 3:40 tm :I6 am ii:Hlim t a -I'll nm 7 II :IU am A am it 7:1- am 3 am :m am t :ui in H-4'. tun 10 T 4 :IM urn pin :5 1 am 10 am B:.V pm 8:1:0 jilii 8 rill ..m 5 ' 5 10:40 pm It Viam 11 ! 10 Dm :'f m :35 pm 4:mpm it 7:f.7 tm Rnrk Ialanl A "innrt Aerom Hock Itland A BtooilrnAc. t 7:a)am 5 T 7:40 am Arrival. Deparfnre. tOallv. xc?pt Sunday. Alt other daily. Telephone Ml fennriar ermine a Pnl'mtn .Irepor will be at the lpot afu-r II :r, which will leave for Chi cago at I a. m. Honour. BUHL1SGTOS ROUTS -0 B A Q KAIL way Depot Plrst atittaa and Suuirait treat. M J Young, Afttt. . Vj TRAINS StL., v7inn:l. Peoria. Bar Q at p. via Mon nootti Chleairo. eterllrg, cboton Dabuqae Peoria, Ba-detown, Bur lington A Wen 8t. PaolA Minaeapoll. .... Sterling. C'luton A llaboqn t. L.. K.ntaa fi'T, Denrer A Pat, C'oat via Ualerh'nr 7.-0Oam: 7:20 pw t 7:40 am 1 1:40 pm t 45 pm til :0 ara pm h:iu am pm t 8:40 tm :?5 t m' B:85 am Dally . tDilly ejcspt Sunday. CHICAOO. MILWAfKER A 8T PAU. Rail-w7-Hacite A Poihweatra D'.vtaioa Uepot Twentieth s'recUbetwien riruand btcond atenoea. L II Ureer, Agent. TRAINS laava AgRiva ?.'",,fXpreM 7:0am! ":10pm St- Panl Kiproa 4.,,, pIO lt.w ,m i'relghtand Accommodation 8:W ,m Dallj except tuni&j. rrr TJOCK IfLMin A PBORrA RAILWAY 1 . Depit Virrt Avenne and TweBtlfth atreel. U Btoskhoiie, Qii'l Tk't Agent. m TRAINH. prli)ffleJ, Clnrlniiatl, Peo ria, ate. Ponna, pprin-fiiM, St Loou! itc Acenrnodatlnn Part Prelirht Pniria, Spriii,tiM, C Inc-iri-intl. c-!c PeoiiaArron Prdrht Bhprrard AccoixinitMtiitioii. .. Cable Afomodutton C'ao asd 8 lertanl Aecom . . Liats Abhit 10:1 pm 8.OT am K:30 am 1 .45 pm 7:l(i pm r:0Ham h:) am 3:J0p-: 6.40 pa: 11:15 an 1 -" ara 4 fit pm f MO pm 7:55 am Parwrptr train leave C 11 I A P (Woline venae) depot five (5) minnt earlier than time given. Train r-araod daily, all oilier traini daily except Hornlay. You Can Obtain it Without Paying a Cent. We jjive you one of tliee beautiful Orient Diamond hiiiI Kuby iein KincH. in d nice pliih Ik.x. If you will ilcvoo- : frw moments to showinu vour friends what on iniiTiiiiiK niiiu'iiiiic The IIoiihcIii.IiI Journal is. Head what we .uv below an tins isone of the stront'est I,,! i'l,.4n .ittudt oilers ever made bv a" reliable American puhllshinif UoiiM'. The hni; Is excellently made of Krnuiiir rolleil cold plate (warranted tnwear Tor years) anil the settlnir emists of three famous Orient simulation stones, rep resent iniM wo IMiiiMiitids and a Kuby. These stones are the lluest of the kind: they scud forth their seimillatious like luini.auie surs. VV hen you rraeiic one of Hh-.m- remarkable rinVs. you will be so joyful that vou will praise the snvant who. in 11 far-away land, disoovered the iiriH-ess'of ereatlnir sueh exipiisite Khiiuliil ionn r Nnture'o own products. Our desire is to iret larsre nimiberif rumple to viliseribe for The Household .lonrnal. three months on trial at cents, and as a sM-eial lndueement. a beautiful premium will be irlven to eai'h trial suliserilier. Wo want you to show sample enpiea of The House, hold .Imirtml to live different viple. taUc the r suhseripllon at S3 eenta rarn. and deliver to them a xpleiidid iiri. Kiirdointr this we will (five vou the Orient Diamond and Kuby ItliiB above described, in an attractive I'ludh Itox. The rinir in the Im.x liMiks just like riuis that are often solii in stores at dollar! and ilolla-s. If you uceept our oiler. M ini us SS rent to pay for mailing 6 p rll preniiuniH, M-veral sample copies and the mnirnilleent Orient triple-trtone King in dnh box. Vou can semi us the balance (l.ti) when you have collected from lhe nserilMTs. Ily our oner you positively take no risk. If von are not fully Mtlsjlrd you ran keep all the prizes without paving us another cent he yond the .1 rents, which must aeeompauy your letter to us. What coijd be fairer? w e are honest, and we depend upon dealiui; with honest, conscientious people. We depend upon your integrity not to take nnfair advantage of this ad vrrtUrnient just to tret our valuable premiums. We w ant vou to help iutnsluce our dehvhtful home and family mairuine. us we know that most people, after sub scribing for a few months win like it so well they will renew year after year, and therein lies our tlitidends. .lust think how easy it Is to go to u friend, show her this inaKarlne with a heniitiriil girt and oner her three months' subscription with the prize at Sft rents-she will thank you for giving her the chance. You can take live subscriptions In half an hour. Others are dointr so. They sav it is very easy, 'loull ne similarly successful. Mend S3 rents silver, or i8 cenUs iu tuiUw,to THE HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL PUB. CO., Household Journal Building, Philadelphia, Pa. WA IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE Rock Island St earn Laandn Now located in their own new building at 1814 Third Avenue. Drop a postal or telephone the wagon will call. EVERY WOSV.AN DaMates oeo.li a r!ltb, aiacthlr, remUtisg madHa. Only hamlCat aBkl lbaaretdri.piLaaid haoaM. It yea vast tba bau, get Dr. Peal's PenrbaS Pills Taer ara pnapt, ' ar rrrtaia In roralt. Tie retmlrBfDT. Fwi!:! Brrar ka For sale by A. J. BcIm, Druggist. "DIRT DEFIES THE IS GREATER THAN PARIDON c5c SON. STS, 1 Painters and Decorators Paper Hanger?, Ca! so miners, etc Hard to Combat The Cvitlenrea of liar Seuwa What Kock laland I'eople Say U Pretty ;ood Proof for Kotk Island I'eople. When we see it ourselves. When our own ears hear it. When our neighbors tell it. Our friend.-) endorse it. No lietter evideuee ean be had. It's not what people, say in Maine. Or distant uiutterings from Califor nia. " No deeeivinj; echoes here. Itoek Island lieople talk altout Uoek Island M'oie. Public opinion is published for the pnblie jcmmI. There is no proof like home proof. Home testimony at the back of every box of j Dunn's Kidney Pills. I Can you lielieve your neighiiors? 1'ead this statement made by a citi zen: Mr. Conrad Schneider, grocer, of 31 Twentieth street, says: --I am very favorably impressed with Doan's Kidney Pills as a remedy for kidney trouble. For some time I have had a weakness across my kidneys, disagree able pains in the small of my back and other symptoms :rrishi;r from disor dered kidneys, which were very se vere and annoying. 1 saw Doan's Kidney Pilis advertised and csecially recommended for my complaint, so I rot a supply at t he Ilarpcr house driir store. They relieved the pain in my kidneys, strengthened my back and regulated the action of the kidney se cretions to a normal condition. Doan's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them and deserve the best success. You may refer others to me at any time, as one who lias used Doan's Kidnev Pills with much bene lit." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price M cents. Mailed bv Foster-M'illnnii Co., lbitTalo. N. Y. sole agents for the United States. Uemeiiiber the name. Doan's. and take no substitute. For sale ly Mar shall & Fisher. Bears the The Kind Yon Have rVwnya Bought Signature of ON SOILED LINEN www , .aai miBiuw, v. Pock Inland. 111. KING." THEN ROYALTY ITSELF. Shop 419 Seventeenth Street. i BELLE OF PATRIARCH BALL. , , ; Hiaa Alice CMtleman of Lonbrrille WiaheS to Enlist aa an Army Kane. Boantiful Alice Castleman of Louis ville, who last year led the Patriarchs' ball n New York, wants to go to the front "I wish to accompany my father, brotbors and cousins right into the thickest of the conflict," she said to the New York World correspondent recent ly. "Several days ago I begged father to let me go to New York and take a few lessons in the duties of an army nurse. He thocght I was joking, so his nose went up in derision, and he has never yet made a reply to me. "The truth is, I mean what I said and am very anxions to join the hospi tal corps. Yon see, my father has al ready volunteered, and the Louisville legiou would be among the first troops MISS ALICE CASTLEMAN. to be actually engaged in tho land forces. Then my brothers would go, too, as they are members of the legion. Oue brother, Kenneth, is among the naval cadets, and by mere luck, al though expecting to sail cn the Maine, was ordered to another vessel. Besides these of my immediate family there are my cousius, Paul aud John Galleher, officers of tho legion. "I tell you, it would be very dreary to Etay at home with so many dear ones in hattle, aud I am not of old fighting stock for no purpose. If my father will permit, Alico Custleman may be relied upon to do her part in nursing aud car- lug for the wounded." SPAIN'S SUBMARINE VESSEL. She Is Steel Sphere and Can Guide a Warship Through Mined Waters. According to the Loudou Daily Mail, Spain has acquired tho lease of a vessel called a submarine worker, which was invented by Count Pozzo and construct ed in France. A description of tbo ves sel appeared iu lH'Jt in the French en giueuring journals. She was originally intended fcr salvage operations on sub merged wrecks. The vessel is a steel sphere, with au external diameter of 9 feet 0 iiiohcs. Sho is propelled by electricity and has a speed of eight or nine knots an hour. She carries a supply of compressed air that will last threo men for 43 hours. From tho front of the vessel protrudes a strong cutting and grappling arm, which is capable of severing auchor ca bles and connections of snbiuarino mines. &ho can lay mines and discharge them electrically after retiring to a safe distance, tiho can be connected with the deck of a vessel and so guide a warship safely through mined waters. Mr. Ackerman, the London agent of tbo owners, says that the boat is on board a Spanish vessel bound for the United States. DIPLOMAS FOR PATRIOTS. University of Wyoming Offers Induce ments to Students Who Wish to Enlist. A special meeting of the executive board of the trustees of tho University of Wyoming was held the other day, and it was unanimously resolved that, in recognition cf- tho spirit of patriotism shown among the students and the man ifest desire of many to assist their country in the present emergency, a young man who is a member of the class of '98 in college of liberal arts, school of mines, mechanical engineer or normal school who desires to enlist in tho army, or any young woman in this class in any of the above named depart incuts who wishes to offer her services in the hospital work, should receive her degree from the university immediately on enlisting witbeut any further col- lego work. The class of '98 of the University of Wyoming numbers 13, seven yonug ladies and six young men, and it is almost certain that some will offer their services to the government Rocky Mountain News. Why Garibaldi Will Not Go at Once. La Tribuna di Roma says that Rio- ciotti Garibaldi, sou of the great Gari baldi, has given up bis idea, for the present at least, of taking an expedition to Cuba in aid of the insurgents for tho reason that ho believes that the prospect is good for a republican uprising in Spain, and for that he would reserve himself. In the meantime thousands are enrolling themselves "on paper" for the Cuban cause in and around Rome. One young woman, Signorina Giovanna d'Arco, formerly an artist's model, pro poses to raise a corps of amazons, of which she offers to take command. Boom Enough. The distance from one end of Cuba to the other is about as great as that from New York to Chicago. It will there fore be seen that the island is capable of furnishing some pretty big battlefields without crowding. Cleveland Leader. Let the Guns Talk! The way to carry on a war is to shoot. The guns should do the talking now. Frequently in war it is aa with indi viduals engaged in a fight. The first vigorous Uow counts for a great deal. -Cincinnati Enquirer. INVASION OF SPAIN.' CASTILIANS FEAR ATTACK IN THEIFl - HOME POSSESSIONS. Precautions to Guard the Coasts and Ad jacent Islands Reasons Why War May tkave to Be Carried Into Europe Diffi culty of Transporting Troop, to Spain. From the elaborate preparations which Spain is making to defend the coasts of the peninsula, as well as the Balearic islands, it would appear that she has information to the effect that her war with the United States will not be confined to this side of the At lantic, but that it will eventually ex tend to the old world. In fact, there is avery reason to believe that tbo Span iards anticipate a possibility of an American descent upon their coasts aud an invasion of their kingdom. Dis patches recently received from Wash ington tend to confirm this belief, for, after losing Cuba and Pnertn Rico, and possibly the Philippines, if tho Spaniards refuse to csmo to terms aud persist in declining to accept peace, it will be rftcessary for the United States to cross the ocer.n in order to bring the struggle to a couclusion. Some such step as this would natural ly appear preferable to permitting the conflict to drag ou for years, necessitat ing the maintenance of both the army and the navy on a war footing, with American maritime commerce and trado in constant danger of attack by Spanish warships or privateers. For the United States to invade Spain with the object cf bringing the war to a conclusion would prove an even still more arduous task than for Spain to ei ther defeud Cuba or to make any de scent cu the American coast. Whereas Spain has in the island of Cuba aud in Pur rto Rico bases of supplies for any attack ou tbo United States, the United States has nothing of the kiud ou the European side of tho At bin tic, and would, of course, have to begin by cap turing the Canaries for the parposa, us ing them for recoaliug, reprovisiouing aud retlttiug the fleet before actually at tempting to effect a landing of Ameri can troops on Spanish shores. - Without expiating hero on the enor mous difficulties which an American army would have to face in Spain itself, where every peasant is moro or less ac customed to guerrilla warfare, it may safely be taken for granted that a step of this kind on tho part of the United States would lead to a serious imbroglio between tbo lattir and some cf the con tinental powers of Europe. It is well known that both Franco and Austria would have brought about un armed intervention iu behalf of Spain in Amer ican waters bad they been ablo to get Germany, Italy, liuEaia or England to join them. Br.t tho proposal was not only curtly rejected by England, but likewise frowned upon by Russia, whilo Germany and Italy, after. hesitatiLg for a time, cold shouldered the propm-al. Should, however, tbo war extend to Europe tied American troops invade Spain itself it is extremely probable that Trance, either with or without the co-opcrafiou of tho other continental powers, would support her neighbor in repelling American invasion of Europe, Only England and possibly Russia would be likely to express their disap proval of Franco taking part in the fray. Contiuental Europe, in fact, is as Etrongly opposed to tho United States becoming a factor in old world politics as is this country averse to European powers becoming factors no. merely iu American politios, but anywhere in tho western hemisphere, aud it is possible that even other countries besides Frauce, perhaps Austria aud Germany, might ba disposed to assist Spain in her effort to prevent Uncle Sam from obtaining a foothold iu the old world. I see from Washington dispatches that the naval cfiiifrs there regard the pur chase cf to largo number cf merchant vessels aud ocean liuers by the govern ment as au iudicutioa that they aro destined for tho conveyance of Amcri can troops to Spain. If the United States authorities have any such iutcu tion, they will havo to acquire a far greater number of vessels than they have got now. When iu 1SS'3 England sent a small army of 20,000 men to Egypt, she was compelled to employ so many merchant steamers aud liuers for the purposo as to temporarily throw out of gear all the ordinary steamship services. Iu fact, it will tax to the ut most the shipping resources now at the disposal of tbo government to convey an army of 20,000 or 80,000 men to Cu ba, which is ouly a few hours distant from tbe American coast. It would be ridiculous to attempt any invasion of Spain without at least a force of 100,000 men, and these, with their supplies, their artillery, their liorses and mules and all tho impedi meuta of a great army, would necessi tate the usa of several hundred large transports aud liners for their convey ance across the Atlantic, always bear iug in miud that the lauding on the en my's coast must be made in force aud not in driblets if it is to prove success ful. That the Spaniards are firmly con vinced of the likelihood of au American invasion of. their possessions in Europo is. as I nave stated above, evident from tbe treasure and troops which they are devoting to tbe defense of tbe coast and of tbe Balearic aud Canary islands. That a similar belief exists in naval and military circles at Washington is sbowu by recent dispatches from tbe nationa capital. Should these anticipations b realized for the sake of bringing thi present war to a close there is no know iug to what an American invasion of Eu rope of this kind may lead. Ex-Attaebe in St, Louis Globe-Democrat. Well Warth lb It will cost us f 1,000,000 a diy ta prove to tbe world that we are not bluffing, but tbe effect will be worth the price. Detroit Journal. jWAR IS HEREBY By Young & McCombs', the Big Spot Cash Depart ment Store against all competitors and high priced concerns. Dew-we sell cheap? Dew-we? Well, I guess we do. Here are only a few of the many items which we offer which speak for themselves. The mercantile warfare is ever going on, and is a bat tle not won in a dav but a steadv and sure surren- i der of all competitors,will acknowledge that we are the leaders or low prices and are dealers in high-class goods. We acknowledge no competition and are waging War at all Times on High Prices. Suit, Jacket, Skirt Dept. IrS Early purchasers of Summer Suits and Wash. Dress Skiiis will be greatly benefited by ex amining our line of warm weather Suits.Skiits and Waists 2.93 Suit Strictly up-to-date ladies' denim suit, nobby cut, coat fitting jacket, pocket end felled seams, skirt is perfect hanging with extra rt AQ wide hem at MX bottom Suit ujj 6.00 value Spring Jackets, 3.08. To close out an entira line oi spring garments vre have mcde sweeping reductions on all ladie3 jackets and cape3. 3.S3 for full satin lined all-wool j acket, inlaid velvet collar. Lon don box front, cheap at rt (St) 6.00, our closing Ui Ju Ladies' Silk Waists. Great purchase sale of fancy silk waists, fancy silks, checks, stripes and Bayadere effects, full blouse fronts, high stock collars, endless line of Q Q colors. 8 50, G 50, 6.C0, .1 lN 5.75,5.00,3.38 U.ViU Children's Wash Dresses. 98c for good quality lawn dress es, variety of pattern, wide lufflcd yoke, lull blouse front waist, pleated front skirt with e xtra wido n n A hem at VfXj ' bottom JKU Table Covers. Endless varieties of tapestry and chenile covers, ail latest colors and combinations of the season. For this sale a large i tapestry or cnc-nile f cover, fringed, at Aiwa y 3 lsaders in laco cut tains and drapery novellic3. Summer Corsets. Warranted not to puil out:'n the seam?. 5-hock Summer Corset, warran ted not to pull out, tit and smpe pertect, sizes irom 18 to 30 only 22c Klondike Summer Corsets made of en extra fins serviceable net with six bones and side steels, o-hooK long waist, lace trimming, sizes 18 to 30 '.or 29c Icicle Summer Corset, five hook clasp, two reinforced side stoel3, one heavy steel back wire, lull belt, heavy open net body, sat teen stripe3 and everlasting edging, extra value, ht and wear, sizes 18 to 30 39c Ferris Children's and misses' Ferris waisis in white and drab Fizes 20 to 28 2sc Aside from the above we carry a complete line of Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets, Kabos, Loomeis, Flexibone, Firri3 Waists and and R. G. Corsets Prices always the lowest. 1 Drug Sundries. A aood No, 1 Quality toilet soap, ft 1 r wrcaice VXt 1 box Milk Weed Soap 3 cake. A K In box, niceiy wrapped, for .... vJi. 1 box Jersey Cream TclletSoap, -i rr 3 canes in box, always 13c for . 1 box Jack Rose Toilet Soap, -i k cheap at 25c, 3 ca&es for x JU Woodbury 'a Facial Scap, 3 Kf for vC Woodbury'B Facial Cream, 3 j Woodbury 'a Dental Cream, 3 5 0c Woodbury's Facial Powder, 3 j 4 3 Or jour choice of any 3 50c YOUNG l McCOf 1723, DECLARED Black Dress Goods. 36-inch black and colored Henriet tas, cheap at 35c, fcr 221 33-inch fancy suitings, aih: and wool mixtures, worth 5Cc a yard, fcr per yard -y l 52-inch all-wool ladies' plain suit ings, all colors and mixtures . worth 63c, for J2r 38-inch black imported crepons, brocade effects, cheap . rav at 75c. for 4"V 38-inch black brocade sol- cheap at 90c, for t)u 46-inch imported French Serge, double twill, cheap at 75c ior.... 46-inch black silk-finish Henrietta, cheap at 75c, for this time 5OL- 33-inch Arnold's silk-finish Lenriet tas, always 75c, aU colors .O. and black, fcr i.riia week -Gv, 24-inch Habatai silks, all the new colors, just received, worth , . 63c. for 4v 24-inch figured Japanese f-ilk, worth 75c a yard, Grand Lining Offer. With every worsted dress to the amount of 2.00 or over the pur chaser will be entitled to the fol lowing: 5 yards cambric, lc a yard. 2 yards silicia, lc a yard. 1 yard facing, lc a yard. 1 spool silk, lc. 2 spcol3 twist lc. Hoasefurnishing Dept. Special sale of Ice Chests. 1.98 to 5.00, worth from 5.00 to 10.00. Solid a:h refrio-prti.tor. No. 105. length 28, depth 19 inches,3S-ia high il-u capacity to pounus, sale price, 7.55. r No. 110. Iensrth 31. denth 22-in.. height 54-in., ice capacity 75 pound; special sans price. 12.76. Others 8.05, 9.50. 10.00, 12,00 to 18.95. Baby Carriages. We are showlnjj this year the strongest ever displayed by us. Wo are showing a full size carriago with saline parasol, upholstered feat, double spring front and back for the low price cf 3.99. Others at 5.S, 6.75, 7.95, 8.50, 10.00 to 15.00. I Rutherford's lwall paper cleaner 15c per can. Crockery Department. DINNER SET SALE We place on sale this week a large shipment of fine porcelain dinner-sets of 100 pieces each. These sets are nicely finished, nice' embossed and d.-jcorated La dainty color.' They ara worth at any time 10.00 perst.t, but for this sale all go at 6.98. S-t-s are made up as follows. 1 dozen Pie Kates 1 dozen Dinner Plates 1 dozen Tea Cups, 1 dozen Lnd Uutters, 1 open dish, 1 Platter, lartfe, 1 Cream Pitcher, 1 Slop Bowl, 1 Pickle Dish. 1725. 1727 2d Av., Rock Drug Sundries. Best Amonia, per bottle, only Petroleum Jelly, per bottle Pure Glycerine chemically prepared Lamhnrt'n rmr Uslprml. In ran K sizo bottle, worth 1.00, tf ior VOW Per oz bottle 10c. Sponger, all sizes and prices. Chamoises 3c and up. Harrison's best Perfumes, n worth OOc an oz 8 ounces bay rum for ISC 22C I22C Florida water, large bottle 8 oz witch hazel. Dr. Ssctt's Centifoam tooth powder con tains nothing injurious to the teeth, always .ioc 25c ..8c 6c . 2C 2oc for 8 rolls toilet paper for Insect powder per can Insect guns, each Moth balls per box Wall Paper. In this department it has been tar beyond our expectation. Thousands of rolls sold. Ws never miss sales. The only complaint we hear is that peo ple wiio have been payiwj 03 hich a3 1.00 per roll are aston ished at our low prices. We arc selling it from lc up to 22c per roll. None Higher. Screen doers, all sizes, at 68c Wire netting at Zc per square foot. Sizes from 1 up to 6 feet wide. Children's garden sets 8c riags and bunting in great profusion. Imperial paper patterns 6c. House paints, the best in the world at a very cheap price, quality considered. 1 dozen Tea Plates, 1 dozen Sauce Dishes, 1 dozen Tea Saucers, 2 covered dishes, 1 Flatter, medium. 1 Sugar Bowl, 1 covered Butter Dish, 1 Sauce Boat, Island. 8c 1 IBS