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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATURDAY , OCTOBER 10. 1885.
PULLING AT HIE PRIMARIES
; The Hot Contest for Delegates to the Oounty
- ( Convention Last Evening.
THE WHEEL CLUB TOURNAMENT
IVlmt tlio Night HchoolH urn Doing
Clmrgr.H Against a .Sellout Tcnulicr
; XCWH nnil N'otos About
1 the City.
'J'lio Duli'intc4 Solcotetl.
Tin ; republican city primaries worn
i lioltl last evening from B to 7 o'clock , and
delegates selected to the county conven
tion which is lo be held this nftcrnoon.
In some of UKJ wards the light was
fitrong , while in other * there xvns not tlic
flhadow of a contest. Thu third , fourth
niul sixth wards worn tlm only real battle
grounds , and in the two short hours in
which the voting was going on the war
ring factions workuil fast and furiously.
In the second ward , where a prodigius
split was oxpeelod , everything worked
harmoniously and peacefully , there be
ing but one ticket in the field. The same
condition of nlluir.s existed in the first
ward , whore only comparatively fnw
votes were polled. The following is the
the result or the primaries by wards :
vitin' w.Mil ) .
Delegates to the county convention
C. G. Tliraiie , Win. Uinpliorson , JoMah
IConl. 1'rankV. . Handlmncr , FritIlerske ,
F. ,1. Itrodoriek , Ed O'Sullivan , John N.
1-or Af.ses.sor Win. Doll ,
This delegation is solid for Ilcnry V.
Hhode.s for Iruasurer. but for other ollices
they are cotisiderably divided , Lcodor ,
Cobitrn nnd I'ieroo all having.supporters
ntnong ( he members.
.SKCONI ) WAItl ) .
Dolegali'S to the county convention
1'rnd liehni. P. K. Dworak , George 15.
Htrykor. C. I , . Thomas. K. Walters , M.
Lee. F. Kaspar , K. W. Simeral.
There were Zi ( \ votes east. The dele-
nation's choice for county clerk is 11.
tiacobson , and for commissioner Mike
jflounny. For sherill' and other cilices
tlii ! varioiiH candidates have one or two
Til I III ) WAKP.
Delegates to the countv convention :
Samuel Hently , A. II. Willis , Frank
Yatc.s , Charles Wehrcr , Henry Iloman ,
.A. I ) . Morris , Price Sanders and F. It.
The vote by which the delegates were
elected was very close , the regular slate
being defeated uv ten votes. 1 he number
of ballots east was ! ) ( jlt , and the workers
iironnd tin ; primaries strained themselves
to their utmost to place their respective
candidates in tins trout. The delegation
Is solid for Leo Helsle.y for .justice of the
peace , and Coburn for slier-ill'has a mini-
nor of supporters. The regular ticket ,
which was lor Wright for justice of the
jictico and Leeder for shi'rilV , called out
llie following proclamation from P. J.
"Uoware of Saliler-Seott ticket , as they
nro in favor of L. 15. Wright for justice of
the peace , who starves out colored con
stables. All who want to vote to starve
out colored constables can vote the
Delegates to tlio county convention
W. F. liocliol. A. A. Parkin- , John Chris-
tianson ; W. F. Gurloy , I' . W. Gray , Chus.
Turnky , Will Kodick , Dan Kciiniston.
Alternates Luther Poland , Frank K.
Moore , Andrew Hevins , Kdward Gorman.
For Constable John Ilackanson.
These were the regular caucus dole-
rates and they defeated an opposition
ticket by fifty-two majority. There wcro
800 votes east. A.s a body the delegates
nre. not pledged to any one man forsherill'
or any other ollicc.
I-'IKTII AVAItl ) .
Delegates to tlio County Convention
7n\\n \ \ Clark , Joseph Hedman , Charles L.
Ilillor , L. U. Green , John liaumcr , II. J.
Davis , James Shannon , Henry Dunn.
Assessor Sehuyler Wakelicld.
Constables-Charles Hello and William
i'ho successful delegation received 27G
rotes and the opposing ticket ? . ' ! . They
. ire solid for Leeder for shoritV , and on
( itlier ollices tlie individual members have
, . . .
K > lllllll , A lillllY It llllvlllHll.t JJ.UIOLtrll
There were three tickets in the Held ,
nndWr votes were east. Coburn , for
Fhorift' , has the delegation solid , but on
other candidates Iho members fail to
'I'ho convention convenes to-day at 1
o'clock , at the council chamber of the
Thorn was quite a largo attendance at
Athletic park yesterday afternoon to
witness the lirst day's sport of the tour-
' namcnt of the Omaha Wheel club. The
day was a beautiful one , and the ladies of
the city worn on band in largo numbers.
The races began at 4.t > 0 o'clock and
proved highly interesting.
The first event on the programme was
the one milo novieo men , the prizes being
Steven's rillo to first , and two s'lk handkerchiefs -
' , kerchiefs to second. There were three
entries , W. I ) . Townsend , S. P. Shears
mid A. C. Jollino. They inado the race
in the ovder named. Time , ! l:2t15. : .
In the three milo race , open to all ,
there were Ihreo entries. J. G. Hitch-
cook was the winner , with C , II. Cowing
second and J , Clawsun third. Time , UtfW.
There were four contestants in the
Inilf-milo race , open to all , Iho lirst pri/.e
in which was a gold medal , and the second
end nri/o a tool bag. It was won by T ,
F. Blaokmero , ( ) . 11. Gordon second , W ,
II. Morford third and C. II. Cowing
fourth. Time , tW : : } .
In the one mile tricycle race there
were only two contestants. . The lirst
prize , u gold medal , was won by K. S.
Kail' , ami the .second prize , Indian clubs ,
by J. G , Hitchcock. Time , -1:33 : 4-5.
The live milo Ian race was
ticipated in by J. G. Hitchcock , J. Claw-
Foil and O II. Cowing , the prize being
American Challenge , presented by Gor-
inully & JellVoy , of Chicago. The men
finished in the order named above , J. G.
llitcheoek winning the prize. Time lfiS ; : . ' .
The last nice on the programme was
the livo-nillo olnb handicap. There wore
live entries. T. F , Hlaokmoro hand I
Ytllllll.1 Ul IIIU iif II luat. iiuitiifii i7ii > uin. .
JJhlckinoro third , Haddollet fourth and
Cowing fifth. Time , 0:50. : The lirst and
soeonoTprl/cs consistcii o ? Ch ! utl silver
TO-DAV'S I'IORIIAIMK ( ,
The races for to-day have been ar
ranged with great earo , and greater in
terest is manifest in Iho events than these
pf yohlerday. Tlie following Is the pro
Qiiniler-inllo beats--Flrht prl/e , Oliver run ;
second , ti > ld se.irf pin ; ( ! , II. Cowing , T. F ,
lilackimirt' , Harry Morford. O. II , Cordon ,
' Two mllwliU-yclnnu'e , Xi-bniska suite ehani-
p ) iiiislil | ) Fll > t iirl .e , silver cup ; seeond
\\rttp , line Knul h blind lur : eiuries II. O ,
uwln.T. V. UlaHciiiorc . ) , < i. Iliteiu-ock ,
iirry Jinrfnrd O. "
lieaded umbrella ! second prize , collar and cult
selr K. S. Uaff , . ) , JI.Korflon.
One mile bicycle , 'JifiO clafs First prlzo ,
cold mednl ; second prize , MIror incilal ; V. Ji.
i.'owlne.V. . 1) . Town onil , Tciry Hadolctt ,
W. II. Slorford , 0. II. Uordnn , F , Ji. Jlcr-
One-half mile , race for boys under 17 years
First iirlzp , silver uiip ; * tcolid prize , du
plex mil ; S. 1' . Shears , W. D. Townsend.
Five mile bicycle , open to nil First prize ,
cold medal : second , ball pedals ; II. 8. Cow-
Inif. .1,0. Illtthcock.
.Mile club handicap First prize , smnklng
jacket ; second nrlze. hub Inmp ; Terry Uado-
Ictt , C. II , CowiiiK , L. F. Ulnckmoic , O. II.
Cordon , F. 11. Men Iain.
One mile blryrle , consolation First prize ,
silver-headed cane ; secortd iirlzo , alarm bell ;
tlilnl prize , bicycle Jersey sldit.
Theonielnlsiif the tournament nro as fol
lows : Itefeiee. .1. S. Collins , clerk of the
eriiirse , C. . } . Canan ; jiulires , ( ! . M. lllteh-
enck , Oeoru'C Patterson : timers. 1) . A. Van
Colt. F , S. I'armnlec , K. L Ilnif ; scorer , S.
M. ( 'aiilleld ; starter , George 1C. Kay.
The M bl SoliooU.
A reporter met Superintendent James
last night , and qiustkniud him about his
plan relative to nighlschooh for the coming -
"Nothing has been done yet , " ho said ,
"in Hie way of opening the nifrlit schools ,
though , doubtless , steps will soon betaken
taken in that direction. It is myopinion
that the night.sehool shoiild be operated
this year as they wVro' last. I shall en
deavor to have the , teaohers seleoled
from the regular list of day teachers in
stead of employing outsiders , who ,
though they may bo intelligent , have no
particular aptness for imparting knowl
edge. Of course , it will bo hard on a
teacher to bo obliged to work until nine
or half-past in the evening , but I think
we can Mud plenty who will be willing
to make the sacrifice. In this way , I be
lieve that wo can secure the ho-.t results.
Last year we had inexperieneed teachers ,
and had to change several times , so that
towards the last the interest Hugged. "
' 'Last year , " continued Mr. James , in
aiinwer to further questioning , "there
were three night schools in active opera
tion. Two ol them wore started in No
vember , just after the presidential elec
tion one of them in tlie Dodge street
school and one in the Ilartman .school in
South Omaha. The lirst week the at
tendance for these two schools was S3 ,
the next , o'J ; the next- ; tlie next , 80 ,
and when the third night school was
opened in the Ixaril street house , the at-
teiiilanbo jumped up to UJ for the three.
Thus , you see , there was : i steady in
crease in the attendance , This was no
ticeable tip to about January or Febru
ary , when , with the approach of spring ,
there was a falling-way. The average
attendance was then about 00. The re.
sultM attained were reasonably gratify-
ng. At the Ilartman school , in
South Onijiha , the attendance was cspo-
cia..y large , and the work done thorough
and satisfactory. In that section of the
city there atv many Bohemian families
who are unable to send their children to
school , except at night. Tlie mothers
and fathers go out to work during the
day , leaving the elder children at homo
to take care of the house. This class of
children the Ilartman night school
reached and benclitted greatly. The
scholars there were bright and eager to
learn. In the Ixard street night school ,
however , the results accomplished were
not so gratifying. The attendance was
large , to be .sure , but was mainly com
posed of the oliler classes men and over
grown boys who went there more to
keep warm . than for anything
else. There were a few , of course , who
attended for the purpo.se of learning
.something , but the majority were more
disposed to light and quarrel with the
teacher than to explore the fields of
knowledge. Unless an improvement is
noted this year , I don't kliow but that it
would bo a good plan to drop the school.
In the Dodge street school the pupils
were more willing to learn. A good
number of children in that degraded lo
cality received a largo measure of ben
efit from that school , lam inclined to
think , as 1 intimated before , that two
night schools , one in the Dodge street
building , and one in the Hartinan build
ing , will be .siilliciont , provided that they
are properly equipped and energetically
A Novel Cliiirtro.
A curious case has just come to light ,
which is as interesting as it is novel. It
has developed that one of the teachers in
the Central school bus been brought to
account by a , prominent physician of this
city who prefers against her charges of
"forcing her pupils" of rushing them
too fast through the courses
of instruction which it is her
duty to impart. It is claimed by
this physician that this teacher , at least
in two instances , has compelled her
scholars among them one of his
children to do live years work in two
years or less. lie has drawn up a list of
charges relating every circumstance in
detail , which he avers that ho is ready to
prove at such time as may bo selected.
The lady , however , while deny
ing tlie serious charges brought against
her , has not yet prepared to meet them ,
though she has .several times been re
quested to do so. A reporter in talking
yesterday with Superintendent James
about tlm matter , learned that the
charges had been preferred against her
as early as in July , out notwithstanding
this slit ! had been selected by the boani
to teach this year. Tlie phy.iieian again
preferred the charges. a few weeks ago.
and the young lady was cited
to appear in Superintendent James' '
office last Saturday. She failed to come ,
although her accuser was on hand witn
his testimony. Again Superintendent
James notilied her to appear in his ollice
to meet the charges , li.xing the time as
last night. Yesterday , however , the
young lady informed Mr. James that she
did not consider herself answerable to
him for the charges , but only to the
school board. In this way the matter
now stands , The licensing doctor , who
is of the best professional reputation , is
determined to push the charges against
her , und will bring them before the
school board. So far as known , this is
the lirst case of tlie kind to arise in the
Tlio Chloroform Game.
Detective Kmery of this city leaves
for Sidney , Iowa , Monday in company
with three of his opor.itivn.-i , to testify in
n case which was worked up some
mouths ago. The case is that of the
state vs. George il. Johnson and J. II ,
About four months ago the residence
and business pbico of J. J. Hollncr , of
Hamburg , Iowa , were entered by masked
men , the occupants chloroformed and
some -fiOO or $300 in money and f * > ,000 , in
bonni ttk : u. Kmery took hold of the
case and Hlckcil"iiii5R | Jw-'Ojnen a.s being
tliu suspicious parties. He w ut .Un.onjj
them In the role of a hard character and
commenced to "work up the details. "
About this time tint liquor dealers of
Hamburg and other towns In that sec
tion were infested by a gang of black
mailers who levied toll upon the liquor-
dealers by threatening to give them
away to the prohibitionists , nnless they
"cashed up" liberally. Kmery discov
ered 1'iiouu'li evidence to have Johnson
and WHshans as inember.s of the black
mailing gang , and lodged them in jail.
Ity promNng the former immunity from
prosecution , Emery , it is saldt induced
Johnson to make a full confession of the
Hofmer robbery , witli which he and
Welshanslmit been connected. Their
case is to bo taken lip by the grand jury
probab ly the lirst ot next week ,
Biolc IllH Horses.
Mart Cornish , an expressman , after
doing a good day's work Thursday , put
up his horses in his barn in North
Omaha , and retired for the night. When
lie arose.yesterday morniiiKlic found to his
consternation and astonishment that his
barn had been entered during the night ,
nnd that both his horses had been stolen.
Upon search being made the horses were
discovered in tlm afternoon in a livery
stable , where tlicv had been placed by a
policeman , who found them wandering
about the streets.
A Case in the County Court.
Men will dispute that lawyers may de
claim. The last of this maxim is thu
worst of it.
The biggest house in New York sued
In the county court the biggest house in
Omaha for $ t28. It took a fortnight to
get the depositions , two days to try tlio
case and a week for the judge to decide it.
Collins , Downing & Co. sold Hellman
& Co. , April 1st , a bill of goods
amounting to $128 on four months
time with iiMisal discount 0 per cent , oil'
if paid in thirty and 5 per cent , in sixty
days from date of sale. The issue was on
the date of sale.
Ilellmaii & Co. claimed April 30 , as
the date. Iho plaiiilill's April 1. The difference -
forenco between them was twenty-nine
days of the calender and a $1.28 of the
To an outsider tlic ease was dubious.
'i'ho forensic circle was stained with
blood the air a deep blue. About four
acres of law were brought forward
to show that Ili-llman was wrong. This
was met with a quarter section of facts.
Tlio union rose red after tlio night of the
argument. The sun has been dark over
since ; tlu > queslionis"Are we in the same
latitude ? "
Yesterday Mr. Me.Cullocli decided in fa
vor of the Now York house and consequently
quently the sum at stake $ l-.28 is now
Tracing Her Ilusliand.
For a few davs past there has been in
the city a lady who has a sad history ,
and who has been hero on a sad mission.
Her name is Mrs. Katie Spitzner. On
Sunday last she came to this city in com
pany with her little five-year-old child
from Kearney , Neb. She registered at
the Cozzons house said nothing
about her mission here , and altogether
was regarded by those about her as de
cidedly mysterious ,
It lias transpired , however , through in
quiries made by her of the police , that
she cumo to Omaha to look for her hus
band. She was living happily with him
at Galosburg.Ill. , two or three years ago ,
when for some unaccountable reason he
formed an attachment , for a young
woman working in one of tlie hotels of
that city. Ho doped witli her , deserting
his wifi ) and child , to conic to Nebraska.
Here Mrs. S. has determined to look for
him. She is of the opinion that be is in
one of tlic larger cities of this state ,
which one she does not know. After a
thorough search in this city she went on
Wednesday night to Lincoln , whore she
is now engaged in trying to trace her de
Tlic Grass Creek Strike.
"We have received a dispatch from
Evanston , Wyo. , " said ( Jen. Howard
yesterday , "which shows that the strike of
the miners of Grass Creek was a big mis
take , caused by a failure on the part
the local organizations of the Knights of
Labor and the Miners' union to fully
understand one another. " The substance
of the dispatcli is as follows :
"Lewis , of tlio miners' union , ordered
the Grass Creole strike. When the miners
learned that it was not ordered by the
Knights of Labor , and that railroad men
and Almy miners were working , they re
turned work. Knights of Labor and the
miners' union are evidently not in ac
GKXEUAI , ATtJIV NEWS.
Captain Jno. G. Bourke , Third cavalry ,
is in the. city from Camp Hico , Texas ,
where bo is in command. Omaha claims
Captain Bourke as its permanent resi
dent so tar as a permanent residence is
consistent with tlio frequent changes of
station of one of tlio most brilliant ollicers
and accomplished gentlemen in the
< jon. Hrisbin , of Fort Niobrara , is in
the city on business.
A Curious Imw Suit.
R. M. Tkcckcnridgo of this city , goes to
Springfield , Neb. , next week to try the
ease of Rev. Alov : IJyers vs. the M. E.
church of that place. The suit is one
brought Ijy the reverend gentleman to
recover from that church a balance of
$ l.50 which he claims is duo on his salary.
He has been preaching for tlio past year
for the .Springfield church , and while the
members have come to time with a portion
tion of his salary ho thinks there is a bal
ance still due , of the amount aforesaid
On the other hand the M. K. church , or
the representative ciders thereof , protest
that H.vers' relation was of an apostolic
nature and that his salary was simply a
voluntary contribution ami that ho was
entitled to no more than , in their good
ness of heart they saw lit to give him.
The trial takes place next week , and will
doubtless develop some interesting law
Purify your blood , tone up the system ,
and regulate the digestive organs liy tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all
There has.been an investigation going
on for the past two days in ( lie Omaha
postolllco by n special agent , Mr. Robin-
M > n , on charges that have been made , as
wo learn , by ono of llio postal clerks who
has been recently appointed. This car
rier claims that no has been a democrat
all along , and ho confidently maintains
thai the disclosures made by him will re
sult in the removal of Postmaster Con-
taut. What Mr. Robinson lias discov
ered and what ho will report , the HUB
has been unable to learn.
QTlfimTwill be a special mooting of tlio
ituth Hobeka degree lodge this evening ,
October 10 , at 71'J : ! p. in. A.s them is
business of imporlanco every member
should Im in attendance.
ArrcMcil on KiiHplclon ,
A seedy looking individual giving Ills
name as Charles Peterson , was arrested
by Ollieer Mut/.a , on suspicion of being
Setli Davis , an escaped burglar from the
St. Joseph jail , for whoso capture a
goodly . reward is being oll'ured. The
marshal telegraphed to thochlofof iiolleo
iuSt1 Jii" " * learn whether rotor-
sun's description sfuJicieisO.v answer *
that of Davis.
Diseases of the kidneys , liver , or uri-
narv organs , are speedily cured by 1m
inftilliljfii Hunt's [ Kidney and Liver ]
Captain Wlnsbip. Providence Police ,
millered livn years from kidney disease ,
was cured bj Hunt's [ Kidney ami Liver ]
MOST PERFECT MADE
rarest ami Rtroncf st Natural Pratt Flavor * .
Vanilla. Lemon , Orancc , Almond..Hose. cte-i
flavor as delicately nnil naturally as the fruit.
PRICE BAKING POWDEfl CO. ,
cmcAcio. ST. rotna.
In gathering wild ( lowers , autumn
leaves , or picnicking in the woods , wo
are more or loss exposed to danger from
poisoning by ivy or other wild vines and
shrubs. The poison is under certain cir
cumstances readily absorbed by the
blood , and painful swellings or eruptions
are caused. Such affections Hood's Sar-
saparillu readily cures , as it. expels all
impurities from tlm blood. Even in cases
of poisoning by Paris green. Hood's Sar-
saiiarilla has neon remarkably success
ful. Jt should be kept constantly in the
house for all blood disorders. Hood's
Sarsaparilla in made by C. 1. Hood &Co. ,
proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla , Low
ell , Mass.
Pleasant Wedding Anniversaries.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L , Krutli cele
brated the twenty-fifth anniversary of
their wedding last evening at their home
on Cans struct. There were a large num
ber of invited guests present , and Iho oc
casion was celebrated in a most appro
The two tieth anniversary of the mar
riage of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Ilartman
was pleasantly observed last evening
nt the family resilience on Fariiam street.
A large concourse of friends were invited
and participated in the festivities of the
occasion. A most enjoyable time was
had , and many wcro the congratulations
received by the happy couple.
DAIKUIK13A , worst cases relieved and
cured by Diwv's Pi'ur. ' M.VI.T WHISKKY.
Itcconuncmled by leading physicians. Sold
by druggists and grocers.
Judge Wakeley , in the district court
yesterday , granted an order modifying
the temporary injunction heretofore
granted in the case of Andrew J. Simp
son vs. thu Omaha Lithographing and
Stationary company. The modification
is in allowing the lithographing company
to build their proposed smokestack , bu't
tho.v must take all necessary precautions
against doingdamage to ad joining prop
erty. The court appointed a commis
sioner to oversee the work and report to
the court that it is done in a " satisfactory
PIM3S ! ! PILES ! ! PIIJ39 !
A sure cure for IJllnd. Blectliiifr , Itching
and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by
Dr. Williams , fan Indian remedy ) , called Dr.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointmoiit. A single
box has cured the worst ehriJiiIiiVases of ' ! . " or
30 years standing. Mo one. need suircr live
minutes alter npiilylnt ; tblsnvoiidcrfiil sooth-
ins medicine. Lotions and instruments do
more harm than good. Williams' Indian
Pile Ointment absorbs thoMuulois , allays the
Intense itching , ( particularly'at nlcht after
setting warm in bed ) , acts as a poultice , elves
instant relief , and is prepared only for Piles.
Itching of private parts , and for nothing else.
SICIX DIHKASES CUlllCIX
Dr. Frazler's JIagle Ointment , cures as by
magic , Pimples , Black Heads or Grubs ,
Uloiohcs and Eruptions on the face , leaving
the skin clear nnd beautiful. Also cures Itcli ,
Salt niieinn , Sore Nipples , Sore Lips , and
Old Obstinate Ulcers.
Sold by druggists , or mailed on receipt of
Retailed by Knlin & Co. , and Schroeter > t
Beclit , At wholesale by G. F. Goodman.
Boosting ; Home Products.
ST. Pi'.TKiisnuitn , Oct. ! > . A government
ukase has been Issued ordering all governors
and other ollicers throughout the provinces to
use the Unsslaii language exclusively in their
Nervous Debilitated Men ,
You are allowed u free trlnl fur thM\i \ itnm
of the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
licit with Klcetric Suspensory Appliances ,
for the speedy relief ami permanent cure of
Nervous Debility , loss of Vitality and Jlan-
liood , and all Kindred troubles. Also for
many othe diseases. Complete restoration to
health , vljior and manhood. No risk is in
curred. Illustrated pamphlet with full information
mation , terms , etc. , mailed free by addressing
Voltaic Belt Co. , Marshall , Mich.
Thompson & Little , the proprietors of
the Palace saloon , have put in a pair of
very neat and handsome screens in their
front windows. Highly-polished cherry
framework holds several eolorsof stained
glass , with the words , "Thompson it
Little , " embossed in the top glass panels.
These fixtures were furnished oy the
Brunswick , Halite & Cullender Co. , W ) !
south Tenth street , which is managed by
Mr. John Hoohstrasscr. They make a
speojalty of saloon and bank fixtures ,
and in every sale always give entire sat
isfaction. Thompson & Little have re
ceived many compliments on their new
AbsolutePure ! - ,
Thla jmwrtor never varies. A ninrve nf
Mri'niftli nnil wliolri-oinoiiojs. M in > iwuiniulciil
Hum tlm onllniiry kinds , niul L'Hniiot Im auM In
roiiipL-tltloii wlllillioinilltiluilnof liiwli-stbliort
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Your attention is again called to kosp your eye on the daily mentions
of tlie undersigned , who have promised to make daily mentions of the
arrivals received from the leading merchant tailors throughout the
country which are assigned to be disposed of at prices less than the cost
of the material which the garments contain. If any man thinks his
ideas can-not be satisfied , let him pay one visit and inspect the follow
ing which are now on display.
$ 8.00 ,
$ 11.00 ,
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Cut and made in all conceiveable styles that is worn by man ,
presenting the grandest display of Merchant Tailor Art that
was ever displayed , for your consideration we make mention of
These are captivating to the eye , and when seen the heart at , -
once gives utterance to this fact , peruse the following prices ;
then come and inspect for your own satisfaction. ' ,
There seems as will prove the case that any man , no matter
what the disposition of taste may prove he can have his idle fan
cies gratified at the Great Saving Bank for man with malaoe
toward none and a benefactoring friend to all by furnishing siiperior
clothing at prices which any man can afford if you don't know
the location , inquire , anyone can direct you
TO THE ONLY MISFIT
Open evenings until 9 o'clock.
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