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Highest of aIl ' Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
DECIDED TO WAIT.
!.rs. WEDNESDAY. OCTOIiEK
Ganta Fe Employes to Exercise
A C05FEEENCE WITH THE MANAGEE
fTA'7"C,TrrV UTT T TAVO (largely in me suomiiu-iou I tne real!
llVrjlMI MlljLIUjNlJ. estate n.an fur the Ihv yer, and giving
Thai Number Passed in Atterv
dance at the Fair.
TWO MILLIONS HOES EOFID T02.
Many .tttrartico Arrmieil for tlie ('login;-
t'ulutiblm to lisc,.er Hie IZn.i
tion !Set Momhi Mime l.-nttires of
M ..ri.iC T rAHsjiurtat ion I il- tin.liiMilr
e the t'oroimrik How .oo.l "tor..
Io.';.-er " I I erria Wlict-I to M:ty.
C'Hli '.;.'. O.-t. - Yerteniay the .(",
00 1 ii, ai in attendance at tin- fiir was
renel.c.!. Lj to Moa.lay tiinht the to',:i! of
tl wa-. ill .'. !-.!. Yoterd "
the ..i 1 attendance whs 'J4.i l" mnkvig
the ai-.n.-i t. tal to l.i.-t i;i;.!t -J .1 "j .!!.
Tin- '.! -i.i -m: it vii:or dro-ine 1 his tijkt t
into ; In.- oox ;u l'J o'cio. k yesterday nvirii
Inj;. In. 'iti'iitij; today there lire u mur!
day- of t::e!iiir, counting Sin. lay, an.1
thiVHreall special diiys. Superintendent
of Admin-ion- Tinker in ikes a jiies-. tli.it
whea t:.e fi I.-- are fur.c-.i n.-.t M .:::.. y
evening a::, I the World's Coinuili.au ::
fosilioii li.i cmie to an etc, then -1
have Uvea Sit.'.!j paid admit-iii
ia.r.r!t? 1 ntn-porta: ion I.y.
Tctl.iy i Marl i.e. Transportation D y.
It is j.'.ra over to a treat ccletiritt iua i y
the inaiiiie tram-p.trtatioa interest-, mi l
there w 111 Lie pantile on the iaouus an 1
aior.n the lake front. At l:3a. m. the
boats if ali nulious paraded aroun i the
wooded island and at noon a parade i f
decora' i launches look place ui the vrand
basin .m.l oil the lake front. At 2 p. in.
there v;ii he a parade of allegorical t!..i.ts
on the lagoons, and free rides on the Joliu
Unil trsin will be given all day. There
"'ill be special afjuatic fireworks ia the
praml basin at 73J p. ui. 11 sides this
there are miscellaneous attractions m the
way if n;ijsjc, l 'ctures arid ot ner enter
tainments to suit tie most varied IaMe.
Cora loil.r C.trii u.i IiiiKiig.
A "corn luura' ai give.i in the Iowa
buildim: lasi uli;iit. The arran(.:neii:s
made hy the coiiimis.-iioii were unique. The
dinner c insisted ot .-e eoarses, each
course bavin.! trotsj one to five side dishes,
with corn a-s : he cinet n.r itv:t. Tah.'es
were spread m t:.e hurts' parlor and
pl ites st t fiir tilty quests. Ti.e meiiihei s
of tl:e Ut ri.iti- li a:d :-..i i ;iie iae:noei'-or
the Ijuii -t..t c:i.n:...s-..o:j w. ve ti.e Lu-:
and ll.e :;e :n nerftur .'urt-..i ci'in::.is
ioners at the la:r. No ordinary cook prj-pal-.
:l t !, di-hr. Mrs. K'mii i I". Kwini;,
of New Vo-k, f.ir'.tifriy ; ro.e-s ir n; aoa.es
tic ec;,, .,:. i.i the Iowa AiCrieuIitiral ft-!-lesjf,
Co:.n.ed t he nieal. Ttie ohject of t lie
lur.chco:i was to familiarize the fort itu r
With tie Aiiiericau me', h.'ds of cuokin
corn and at t he saioe t . ::;e. ex;, ad to I i.t ri
a cui.rtt-sy on behalf of the state of Ij"ia.
Tin- l irii. H I'.fe.l to May Anlule.
Th.-i : ; ,s l.eei v. ill continue to turn
round ai. i -fund in the Midway 1 i aftr-r
the W'orl i's fair will have Ct-aed tci he.
New Yotk, wiin h appreciates things,
wanted ti-e company that ownx the wheel
to ui' 'Vc it to lcney 1-iaiid, bitt the com
pany thoii-ht best to keen it nht here .u
Chicago, and here it will remain for an
lndelia.te time. 1'. is part of tne coni'iauy's
contract that it shall have the right of the
position until May 1 next year, and it is
believe! that by that time a more per
manent arrangement for the right will
bave been closed with the park commis
sioners. lo of ttie 'air on Monday.
Interest centers in the festivities incident
to the close of the fair Monday next. The
two committees on ceremonies will prob
ably Lave a programme ready today. The
statement Iroui Washington that Presi
dent Cleveland and his cabinet could not
attend isrea. ded by the committee as
final, and the programme is btiog arranged
accordingly.. The exercises will consist
largely of upcechmaking at Festival hall.
The only populHr feature of entertainment
during the day will be the lauding of Chris
topher Columbus. The noted mariner wid
Step aboard the Santa J! ana and cruise
around Lake Michigan awhile.
then step ashore opposite Manufactures
building, and discover some o! Professor
Putnam's New York Indians.
some statistics ou real estate and other
' lines of business in St. l uis.
peeches were made b.' Frank Milier,
' of tacraint-nto City. fa', ou theTorrelis
system o! t ra .-.sfers; K I . Mi.ith, of Chi
cago, on "LuilOi'mi'.y u Realty Iaw,?"
ai.d Kii v.t K.nge llir.i., o Japan, ho tie
set iie.i I lie Jnpant'-e systi m ot html t rau--It
ls iii- i.n l ot l.vid is a ,i Oxli let I
ai.ti that i. u ii iiiti'i t . -i.-i from !' i en is
ia Cheap "Miri " to -o in u:i.
STOECKER r.UKES COMMENTS.
Notcit "Jew l'.iit.:" 1.11 of 1! i
Visit to Ihe Weri-l's l air.
l!i:m.lN, O.-t. ii Dr. t-toct k. r. fo: n tr
ly cunt chaplain, aniiSi indie It.ultr. :.:
a met t ing i f Christian s ni.niists spoke o;
his ret eat ex ierietice in merit. a. It ap
pears t:m! during his voy ig- ou b..ard the
Augusta Victor. a Dr. Stt et ker sa-ccedc .1
in celehrat tug divine serv.ee "much to tin
indignation,' added Dr. I-toecher, "..f a
party of Jewisii passeng -rs, w )io end-: v
ored to tj.-t the captain to prevent the
Chicago with its .7(1 or more c hurches
appears to have produced a great impres
sion upon Dr. St.-etker, w io was al-. kital
enouga to g.ve spec al pr.t e to the Am.'.
i?an ci't'.r.tahie organ:, i' i im. Tne a.iv. r
tising system on the other hatt-1. produced
an Uhpiea-a it fi e:ii!g u;.i n Dr. Stoc; kt
The tioctor says t;,a' the An.ei ;can pt-t.i e
sre hospitable, but he .spe tks unfavorably
of politicians ient i al.y.
1 he Clerni.: u sect ion of the Chicago :;
Libit ion picas -d D.-. S toe. ker more taai
any of tin- others. A! : .er : he (!i-rman iv
tion, in the ii K tor'so;.ii.ion. c iuie the.Iap
anese, French anil Americtn sections. Tlie
doctor spoke f.noraile cf theAni.ric .il
press geuer.ihy.nnd wound up his remarks
by asserting t Mat while th tiew world was
interesting, (lermany w;.s ptcttier and
Itrsnlt in the Conclusion That m Strik
Would Not Hasten I'ay Day Walk-Out
Sprnne on Columbun, O., Street Kail
way Linen I'repariiiK for Trouble in
Miuouri Accepted Lower ray in I ref
erence to Idlxneu.
Topeka, Kas., Oct. 25. That there now
seems little probability of a strike on the
Santa Fe system is the opinion both of the
general officers and the company's em
ployes at Topeka. The chairmen of the
grievance committee of the locomotive en
gineers ami firemen employed on the sys
tem were in conference with General
Manager Fit y nial the situation ar.d pr s
pects of a speedy return to regular pay
ment days were fully canvassed. Mana
ger Frey told 'h? committee that a str.ke
would rut hasten payments a d ay or an
hour. The visitors wcie sitistietl with
the statement ami tit pal ted with the mi
dirstat.diug thut the employes in their
departments would wait with patience
until t lie company con! 1 ph".
A STRIKE THAT WILL. FAIL,
If l'reent A 4-iii-iiees Are Any Indica
tion of the Outcome.
Ci.I.l ynts, O., O.-t. .'.. . strike was or
dered by tl.-e alisoiy board of the Colum
bus Street K't.iway Kmployes union. No
intimation oi a strike had been givm and
most of tlie nr-n learned It for the lirst
time lieu tin y went to the barns to take
their t ar- out. The sj nke wa- ordered be
cause ui ike discharge of tt o motormen,
members t.l the ativisory l.-oartl, for iu
fract hiiis n i he rules, i'ne company or
dered a.l the nu n to woi k or consider
then. selves discharged. About, thirty-live
out if the ..t' men reliiscu to take their
cars. There was some interfereU-'e by the
tt: iker.s and t l.e.r tritm's, but police pro
tection was promptly :uutsbed. I'ne
Cottipatiy ran ears ail day without inter
rupt n il and expects to nave all the cars
TROUBLE WITH IRISH GUARDS.
A Itloston Company
CllARLKSTOWS. Mass., Oct. ii 1)1
Thursday evening, if the Sarstield Guards
parade as they have announced, the pros
pects are that for the first time in the his
tory of Vass-ichubetts a military co:.r,i any
will be placed under arrest. The company,
which is known as Compa iy F. Fii-t r. -i
nient, proposes to parade carrying r l'.es
h.le acting as anescot'to t ('Do.ii.v -n
Rossa, wno is to del. ver an adilress. Ti e
recent legislature passed law K.rbnhl t
other tuati the regularly oigatii.-.tl 1 1 ro
of the ii.. ti. i, the troops ot the t'hii.- 1
States, and cvria.n honor irv associa: e.. -
'I lie Ioiw Versus tlie Striker.
MAiON', Mo., Ot. ii. Judge Andrew
Ellison, of tne state circuit court, at.
KirksVille, has granted a temporary in
junction restraining the miners' commit
tee and the leaders ol the strike at Uevier
aud Ardmore trorxi entering upon the
premises of tne Kansas and Texas Coal
company. United States Marshal Buchan
an ha- nrrcste.l fourteen of the leaders of
the strike at Bevier and taken them to
Hannibal. The charge against them is
for trespass and iutituidating the Boorcis
Coal company's men.
i g nli
in any t,
Tney I..- ,
tint this was re!tse-i. 1 i ey tK-in-veti
the la.v is uncehs' i: oi io: al and tel..
to g-t a r re.-ted to l' t il.
V exeepieo, lr.ni!
or Ironi maiiit
y or tow n.
i'. plain Kldiid.e s.-.ys thrit i
a v.oiatiou oi til law he w.ii i:
to prevent it and arrest the
he 'niirds car led their i:tlr
Merni.iiai d-iv o i Tiieniar 1. t
the g:. of j'.din l:..le O'Kei:.;
I j.iev;..u-ly ! d f. r a pel '., ;
Vi ill SlriUc 1 lieiiiselics Out of a Job.
Cliii .ti. i. O ". An ajent from the
Twin City jltp.d Transit company is in
the city iiii .i g ii. en io take the . places of
eniph yes w, o it is claimed are going to
ktnke. It appears that !r nr. i M to l.OtK'
men will betnio'.vn out of t iiipioyuieiit
hereby tiieco.ug of t he lair, and they
lire ct.tertii.hing the t IT :s made them,
be.ng desirous cf s. t hi : ng a steady job
lor the winter.
s!iei i!l t.ett...
M'.'i.iiim . ...! .
at Huntsv.l.e n:
st rikt rs iai i : :
hail fornu .y v i
llltel.det !o g..
Daini I'l ii, a ..e:
tin : 1 1 iy ca.l) 'ig . a
the new men ill- re wi.l hi'
olv lor 1 rouble.
:.'." 1'.. e coal miners
t.i.t on a tt nke. The
! 1" ' en a negro wh o
: .ti l he ii.ine and v. !io
work aa.n. Sher.il
i.ih'-l rain, bus U'tu
.s .: -ou- ies a:, i if the
ga.n lb ii '. rlt ;e with
RflVCi.Y DENIES TH: CHARGE.
The telegraphers" t't.ief Ofclnrs Huns
ItitiiM-ent tf t utting Wiren.
ST. Loll?, lict. 2V Din el G. li.msyv,
grand chief of the Ord T of Hiihvay
Telegraphers, talked w th an Ass.c.i.ltd
I'ress representative regarding his recent
indictment in Marion, la. lie stated that
be did not know- why he should have been
indicted. It is true that v. res were cut
and obstructed during the Kock Island
strike, but tha' far from it being done by
memliers of me order, or by his older-,
such action, uete discotintettanced by the
railn ay tei -graphers and I e himself had
trietl to find the guilty par' ies in order to
bring t hem t justice.
l'rrlerreil !..ss tl js to l.lieuefiM.
Bkl lUi liK. N. .1., i lei. -.i The Oxford
Iron aud X.i.l cimjutnay, at Oxford
Furnace, wmcb suspended operations
several weeks ago, has started up again,
givirg work to hundreds of hands, sup
erintendent J.uek.iis had a conference
with the Wiiikiiien, w ho said they would
rather go to vik al a reduction of wages
than be itlie.
THE REAL ESTATE CONGRESS.
A Gallant M. Louis Mau haj Wiiuian lit
the Ideal A met.
There was a large attendance at the
Real Estate Congress aud a number of la
dies graced the occasion with their pres
ence. The first speaker introduced by
Chairman Bryan was ex-Congressm.tu
Graham Frost, of St. Louis, who spi.ke
upon "Heal Estate the Ideal Asset.' Mr.
Frost said he was not entirely convinced
that real estate was the ideal asset. There
is but one asset that satisfies all condi
tions, aud that is woman. She is the ideal
asset, but, nevertheless, real estate is an
ideal asset. The speaker exhibited a book
picked up by him in a second-hand book
store, published tu njf), contaiuingan uc
count of the explorations of the early
French and Spanish explorers in the Mis
A map accompanying the volume,
which was pie pa red in ltiU3, does not con
tain the name of a tow n or city now :
existence iu tne Mississippi valley, but in
its proper place ou Lake Michigan stands
the name 'Cntc.igoo," as it was then
spelled, showing most conclusively, ac
cording to the speaker, that Chicago is
not 60 young as its eulogists are wont to
claim, and is much moie aticieut t hau
New Orleans, founded in 1717, aud St.
Louis, founded in lltl". Land hunger,
which is so predominant a trait of the
Teutonic race, that longiug for the exclu
sive ownership of some part cf the laud,
is what has made possible ti e great me
tropolis of Chicago.
With an npology to Chic igo for blowing
a blast on. the St. Louis horn, Mr. Frost
next proceeded to sound the praises of his
city, lirst showing the progress that has
been made iu . St. Louis and Missouri iu
simplifying legal processes as relates to
realty transactions, that has resulted
Ttto Meu Seriously Hurt.
EKFlXoHAM. Ills., O.-t. a A passenger
coach on tlie Indiana and Illinois South
ern railw-ty was derailed . mile east of
j tliis place and tumbled dovu an em hank-
He will I "3ient- Nearly every passmgeron board
wits lii'iie wr ies seriously nun, mil. the
most serious cases are the following! Sam
G. Sparks, of Greenville, Ids., one r.b
broken and is thought to b; internally in
jured; George K. Steveusou of Indianapo
lis, left shoulder aud right leg sprained
and jaw- lacerated; Fred Barnes, Terre
Haute, severely bruised; Benson Jewell,
Funkhouser. this county, s -rious internal
injury; Conductor Ackerman, bruised, and
a woman who gave her home as Kooinsot)
dangerously cut by broken glass.
By tho Sisters of Mercy.
The Kickajvso Iailiaa KemetUe Found
to be In valuable at a Famom New
Inst-ml 1'rt-pnratory School. Their
l"e io Alwi'J I'euml to be Beneficial.
The Sisters of
Mercy who conduct
the St. Augustine's
ing School at Hart
ford, Conn., write
that tlicy find the
Kickapoo Indian "Remedies invaluable
to them in caring for the health of the
scholars under their charge. ''Kick
apoo Indian Satrw-.i, I'icknpii Indian
Oil aniiKic,.cnytM Indian Cough Cure"'
they- say, 'iir.ve 1. en used here with
the rrnist pa:lfyi:iiT results. Thc?c
uluiple r "i .-" ' i' f l.iiV.ci race de
$rrct':f ..'..'i.-f j o.-"'.'e rrcoynition,
ami tin ii ttse is always beneficial." The
Kickapoo Indian Remedies,
Kickapoo Indian Counh Cure,
Kickapoo Indian Oil,
Kiel.cjyoo Ir.dian fxilrc,
IZic&cpoo Indian U'crra Killer
KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA,
Tlie Grandest P.emeily of the Universe.
For the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Eye ,rird Ear Spec! list
An i -f urtiprit'ior of th .T..' koiri!!e Eye
a 1 Knr Jni:rniiir, will .ri;
This space is reserved
Klug, Hasler, Schwentssr
Dry Goods Go.
217-217?. W. Soeon.l St., Davkspokt
- AT THE
Thursday and Fridav.
THEY ARE BARGAINS.
nu cult.' rtt :rn in i a tr on:h.
A car load ot handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
A ClreMl t omtiiiie in Coal.
Ph'LAI'LLI-h; v. cm. -a. It is generally
believed m Il ls t ity tnat the securing by
the YanJerbilis of the ct iitml of ihe stock
of ttie Uelawaie, Lackawanna and West
ern is the hrst step in 1 he formation of the
greatest combine t-ier inaugurated iu ttiis
country, and one that, btfore it is finished,
will be found to ineiutle ail the collieries
and companies that have teimiuais iu
Senator Morrj'l Muk.f Snuie Keniarks.
tw Yoiik. O.-t. ;.. St niuiir Justin S.
Morrill, cf Yernioni , who is at the Fifth
Avenue hotel and wno seldom submits to
an interview, is outspoken iu condemna
tion of the senate for its failure to decide
the silver quest iou ami is iu favor of forc
ing a vote al once. Incidcntlly he char
acterizes the speeches aud actions of Sena
tors l'effer and Slewart as "ridiculous."
H-' will straighten the first ease of
Cross Eyes that a.!ys FiiFlE of
charge. Send won! to
your frit to!-.
lr. t'tfTee hs trenn d over 7.1 p tien s in
t'orkfom ar.tl ( r. i. .r; ai d over 100 iu tnd about
(ifli-.'T.a. "o ca ir 0.111 free on tir-T trip
IP- wi.l rtr.i!s-:.'t 01 CHOSS er s'J.M EYEs in
two lail.'ltr s.
Her..... . s t'ATAI'.Ai" ' 'n two m.iitrt f.
I't. ryeji ne 1 r f.im over tlie ttts-nne nilnu'e.
l-iiti'nt two mitiatf?.
Tutninj in or cut cf litis a til v.!j Lair, etc..
r 111 wcl tjuit U1t.
s:..p;.'a-.- cf t.set.ryron' t'tei.ri Iluct, cau-in fin
v tu. .w i'f Ti i.r- ptrmuiier.tly cured.
l'leyp'.i- T.iuiors in no-e (r 1:11s ren ovetl in two
t ipt iiin f the Eu-riit hiiin Tube 't wtl'ii from
tl ruat t" e.tr in two niir.me-.
J! ntt vltitf TonstN und 1 lip;.:t. lu!rt, ore
Every o:.e of the above opt ration-1 p rf .rm,
. xt'ept ffttartct, and patient Cin bom wi L
t'ATih'ACT. PTERYGINXE (f..r:m over the
;sht). rpncifjs of t.'orne, hlintinevs vean.
w iitiry eye, prannla eJ lids, chronic red pore
eye, wild hairs, entropium or tartiing in of tve
lid. dist ats of lactirymul duct (tear dnct. tn-mor-of
t ye. exterpatlon of eye "ball. Al! fur
gjcul dipeape- of the eve and its nerve.
ACUTE AND CHKONIO NASAL CATARRH
in ad its forms cured permanently. Ozama.
p iiypn-. tumors, hawking and spiuil.i:, eolarg-ed
int;il. los of voice, tranulatei sore throat,
DEAFNESS t can cure 60 fier cent of ttese
ca-es CaD te'.l in five minutes if curable. I
c-rp many cae In ODe treatment.
ISOlsF.si in EARs 1 can core in every c'e.
HISC1I W Glti EAKS 1 can enre in every case
BRONCHI IIS AND IUNU TROUBLE rnred
from catarrh can be cured.
Tw o Train Cobbers "1 ietl I j."
ST. Louis, Oct. 'Jj At Clayton the trial
of the trio of1 train robbers, Pinnocl-. Ray
and Kobeitson, who held up the Frisco
train near Pacific, Mo., some time ago,
was called. Kobertson pierded not guilty
and was place 1 under' bond i 0f $pi,000to
appear later. He went to jail. Piunock
audibly entered pleas of guilty and were
each seuteuc. d to loiirteen jears imprisonment.
Going to Assassinate th. Conratls.
Louis V1LLE. Oct. ITi. Chief of Detectives
Dwyerhasa letter iu whith the writer
states that he has positive information
that a man with a negro to be used as a
decoy was ou bis way to Halt county, Ky.,
to assassinate t he Courads, a ho killed five
whiu-caps during an attack upon their
house in Harrison county, lad.
He font left a mil e.
llEKi.lx, O.-t.. -'.'i A d spatch from
Mannheim si ys that Herr Mnyer.editor of
a paper railed tt.e I'faizgan .vjha.has beet;
sentence 1 to f ur montfis' mprisotnueu.
for libeling ttie ciuke of Hatlt n.
l-.Hilu.ty uie;efiii 111 Convention.
fcT. Ltifts, U.t. 15. Tne first annual
meeting of the Southwestern Association
of I! ul.vay s-'iigeous conveut d here today.
Four huutircal tlcltutes are xpec-ed.
Hheumatieim originate in the mor
bid condition of the blood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism Get
on' v Hood's.
Murder in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Cut, Oct. U5. Tne body of
L. V. Howell, of Frederick, Chickasaw "S'a.
tion, has been found south of here. He
had beei shot iu the head and robbed of
several hundred dollars, niouey be had re
ceived for a claiui iu the Strip. Olhcers
are in pursuit of the men suspected of the
His heeret Iied with Him.
MkluoUKNE. O.-t. 2o. A chemist named
Tiardet was blown through the wooden
wall of his laboratory while experiment
ing with a powerful explosive he bad just
perfected after years of labor and the out
lay of thousands of pounds. His body was
scattered in fragments n all directions.
Famed for Her ISeaotr, But Dead.
Belle Plains, Kan., Oct. 25. Belle
aged 14, famous for her beauty through
out Kansas and Missouri, committed sui
cide by taking strychnine. Her father ia
one of the wealthiest ranchmen in this
part of the country. No cause for the act
l'artloiis for Dc tup-ey aud Iteatty Kefused.
PlTTSBUr.G, Oct. io The petitions for
the pardon of Hugh Hemp-ey and Robert
Bcatty, convicted of poisoning non-union
iiitu ai llouiesua 1 during the strike last
year, have been refused. Another effort
will be made to secure Dempsey's release.
Sars He Helped Murder Penrose.
Minneapolis, O -t. 2". A Tribune spe
cial from Lake Crystal, Minn., says Joseph
McCormick, claiming to be one of the
slayers of Editor Penrose, of Butte, Mont.,
has surrendered himself.
KK "Mil IN NEED?
Want a rook
Want a partner
Want a situation
"n'ant to rert roome
atil a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
War.t to sell a house
Want to exchar.ee amtbinir
W ant te sell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
W ai t to sell er irade foranythln?
A in to find customers for anj thing
USE THESE COLUMNS.
rHK DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED AT YOU 8
door ever eeemrie for lV4c ;er week.
i;OUND - A BLACK Cl.O ill tJLOVF. OWSEit
7 may have property at Agu office.
Suits worth f 15 00 po at
- 25 vi
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
k :?v . K i X. K.
i ? f-.
1525 and 1527
1S4 12-3 anl l is
Light on tht Subject.
Read these prices and you will be enlightened.
Rice Root Scrub Brushes Cc
Stove Brushes 7o
Hair Brushes rje
Cloth Brushes 13c
Hair Curlers jc
Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap 3o
Kirk's Jimllum Soap a
Kirk's Juvenile Soap ii.
Tinware, Glassware, L'L:l:.
ware. Lamps, and an end
less variety of Hou-thc'ii
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FAIR AMI) ART SI OR?.
Great Slaughter Sale.
riAaiScdetermined to reduce our stock of
ii and lf Iow Prices will do it thev
will go at once. Note the following reduc
JACKETS Former price -JIG, 18, f 22, ami $25,
lACKFsf t021' 12' U and 16'
. JAChttlS Former price 9, 10, $12, and $14,
reduced to 6, 7, f S and 9.
We guarantee to save you from two to five
dollars on every purchase.
We maintain the supremacy in millinery.
1 he following are specials for this week:
Beaver or riush Top Sailors (new style) for C9,
former price $1.49.
Sain Top Sailors (new stvle) 49c; were 9io
Cloak & Millinerv Co.
114 W. Second St. Davenport.