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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 1890.
Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Steel Ranges-
j:f-Esti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
lt-U7 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient You can eave money
by buying of ns now.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Next door to Crarapton's Bookstoie.
The Public Is cor Hall? Invited to inspect our new Gallery Tbe finest West of
CfcifMfta without any eiception. We have tbe only earner in this vicinity large
em. ugh to make life size Photographs direct. We have tbe only Oallery In this city
which la first class in all Its appointments. In fact It contains more Instruments.
Hi. k Grounds, Photographic Furniture, etc . than all tbe other Galleries in this
city combined We have a reputation of the highest ordtr an I also the ability and
determination to sustain It.
Carpenter and Builder
Office and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
"Plans drawn and estimates furnished .
H. D. FOLSOM,
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JJJ BKKE W W tEP
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Bhop Corner Seventeenth St. . . T T 1 J
and Seventh Avenue, lbld.IRJ.
sarin kinds or Artistic work a specialty Plans and estimates for all kinds of buildings
furnished on application.
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas" Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by . r-s
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
K R R
L E R R
KM U.LLL FEEK & R
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
He Was Persistent Though His Pol-
cy as Most Deplorable.
A Editorial liii.-rvi.iN with a
Chrant. Individ ami Who Appears) mm
Moat t , mraonttlea at Inopportune
Tun, , , Mmy be , Hock ,iant
There u no class of individuals that so
depreciate s the mule system of consola
tion as tb 3 editor. He hears more of the
outpourlr g of whatever portion of dls
Kruntled 1 uman nature is pent up than any
other Ind vidual in the pursuit of his every
day struggle for the staff of life. The anon
y mous ex riresstons of grief that invade the
journalistic sanctum or that float in
through the wkdow of the editorial
weeding place every time it Is left open
would till one or two wash baskets, and
the thotifiht his often risen what a for
tune thcri awaits the inventor of a patent
compoun I that will effect n permanent
cure not inly to the croaker himself, but
all wiih vhom he comes in contact.
Apropos of this subject it U unneces
sary to a company the following with an
apology i nd It is just possible that it is
not more poetical than philosophical.
Once upon an evening dreary, while I
brooded, blind and beery, thinking of tbe
city's future, as I'd often thought before;
while I n dded, neariy napping, sudden
ly I hearc a rapping, as of people wildly
scrapping, scrapping near my chamber
door. 8c I threw aside my packet, and
I cried, O, cheese that racket," but the
pounding still continued, till it shook tbe
oaken Boor. To the door I walked and
twisted, n the door knob, which resisted;
then ther- came a double fisted kicker of
the days if yore; not a word he said, but
sputtered with small doia of red and
crimson, ookinir like small dobs of gore.
Both his ;ye9 were at me staring, and
their steady, sudden glaring, sent a
chillness through my bosom, strlk
ing cold y to its corp. "Tell nu,"
cried I, "tell me, kicker, have you
filled yjurself with liquor, that
you come without a snicker, unin
vited to iy door? Take thy cane and
take thy iundle, and from out my cham
ber tumb e, or by all tne crimson demons
I shall wi.llow in your gore''' But the
kicker, n :ver blinking, sat upon the sofa
thinking, never smiling, never winking,
as he answered. "Nevermore!"
"Kickt r." said I, "spring is coming
don't yoi think booms will be humming,
don't you think the town will flourish, as
it never did before? Think you it will
be a saving, when we get a decent pav
ing, and .he people qiit their raving, at
the mud and ruts galore'" But the
kicker, n'Ver flitting, on mv sofa still
wassittiig, saying while my teeth were
gritting, hat sad answer, "Nevermore'"
"Don't you think we'll hear around us,
building with its din and roar" Even
though the chumps are sighing, grunts
protestin r, kickers crying, don't you
think we ll soon he flying to such heights
as eagles soar? Don't you think that man
and worn in should make efforts super-,
human, to improve tbe city's future?"
Quoth th : kicker, "Nevermore 1"
"Kickt r," cried I, in a fury, "I'll
be judgt, and court and jury, and
your set tence is to wallow in your
own disgruntled gore For your answers
make me weary, and you'd spoil a pros
pect chetry, by your sniveling so dreary.
-.8 you o' ten have before. Take your hat
from of my bracket, take youi bundle
and your packet, and make tracks across
the river or I'll slug you till you're sore;
this old town would have been soaring
here the solar rays are pouring, but for
kickers tod their roaring, which is all
their sKck and store, take away your
dismal btdy. with your dose of weeds
and toddy, for you make my system
weary." Qujth the kicker, "Nevermore''
And the kicker never flitting, on my
sofa still is sitting, and tbe electric on
i, in, shining, casts his shadow on the
floor .' t the carpet he Is staring, with
that steajy, vacant glaring, and his an
awer to riy swearing. Is his "Nevermore."
This t ' whispers when I'm raving, of
the con'emplated paving, of the pros
pects of more building, than we ever bad
before. But I lifted him instanter, and
tried to bounce that awful kicker, but he
only ga"e a snicker, as he answered,
hanging the Tower.
The ci.y council will in all probability
at Its Mt nday night's meeting take some
action n lative to removing the electric
light tower aituated at the corner of Sev
enteenth street and Second avenue and
which Mtsars. Mitchell & Lynde have
peiitiontd the council to change in order
that their new building may be erected.
The tow r will he moved as a matter of
course, but tbe question is where to
move it Many of the aldermen favor
transferring it to the center of Market
square, or to tbe Second avenue end of
the squa-e. This is a very good idea hut
a much viser suggestion has been made
that tht four lights be taken from the
tower atd converted into arm lights and
judicioudy distributed through the busi
ness par of the city and within tbe scope
of the district illuminated by the tower
lights n w.and that the tower be sent out
to tbe si burbs where it will be of more
service t nd at the same time enable the
bringing in of one or more low lights for
location in the business part of tbe city.
This plan seems to be a very good one, as
the towt rs have proved of more actual
benefit to those localities which are in no
degree cbscured by tbe shadows of large
building ' while the low lights answer all
purpose' of lighting in the business
neighbo hood very satisfactorily. In
cities tl at have recently adopted the
electric system of public lighting, this
plan hat been very generally adhered to
the 1 w lights for the business thor
oughfare and the towers on tbe out
skirts The Parsaera' Institute
The ( ounty Farmers' Institute held a
succeasful meeting at Fair view school
house in Coe township Thursday.
President Campbell occupied the chair
and tb ire was a good attendance not
withsta iding the unfavorable weather.
Mr. I. mix Jahns read an excellent
paper m "tha new gospel of agri
culture, " and Mr. B. L. Swisher gave
an entetaining talk on "Farm Sociabil
ity," holding that there should be more
means f enjoyment about the farm, such
as mush, home sociable', etc , such aa
would i lake the farm house attractive and
keep tbe farmer girls and boys at home
during ;he evenings. The institute was
royally entertained by ex-Supervisor E.
N. Hoi later, who extended the hospital!
ties of tla houae during both the dinner
and sui per hours.
LOVK FOR LONGFELLOW.
Patriotic Pnplla Show Their Love for
the American Poet Pnblle School
The Longfellow anniversary was fit
tingly observed in public school building
No. 1, of which Mr. Dougherty is the
efficient principal. Tbe exercises with
tbe exception of those in Miss Johnson's
room, which were held Thursday, oc
Tbe eighth and ninth grades. Miss
Nora C. Olson teacher, had the follow
ing programme :
Song America, school; recitations
Village Blacksmith, Florence Bibb; Tbe
Builders. Anna Grotjan; song school;
recitations Paul Revere's Ride, Charlie
Durham; Old Clock on the Stairs, Ada
Hemenway; song Beautiful Moonlight,
Blanch Warren and Mabel Laffer; recita
tions Reaper and the Flowers. Ida Hil
liar; Ship of State, Hany Eastman; San
ta Filomena, Bessie Oilmore; song
Merry Sunshine, school, recitations
Tbe Blue and tbe Gray, Irene Rosjnfleld
Bingtn on the Rhine, Katie Gottsman,
Guilty or not Guilty, Blanche Warren,
sung Summer Rain, school; recitations
Excelsior, Lvdta Range; Light of the
Stars, Mary Pettit; song In the Star
light, Blanche Warren, Gertie Conqueror,
Nellie Warnock, Mebel Laffer and Delia
Sout'er, recitations Palm of L'fe, Bes
sie Head; Children, Nellie Warnock;
Twilight, Josephine Hawes, Children's
Hour, Sophia Hull; song The Sleigh
Ride (with sleigh bell accompaniment)
school; Instrumental solo, Del'a Soulter
forty quotations from Longfellow, pu
pils; calisthenics, school, Gertie Con
In the seventh grade under Miss Sirah
Johnston's instructions, the appended
programme was presented:
America, school; Address of Welcome,
George Steelman; Patriotism, Harry
Uengsler Poem. Lena Raible. Little May,
school; The Flower of Liberty, Ctrl
Rocbow; History of Our Flag, Walter
Rosenfield. Star Spangled Banner.scbool;
Selections, school; Let This Banner
Wave Forever, Jose Ganahl; Twinkle,
Twinkle Little Star, school; Recitation,
Lulu Webb, song, Josie Ganahl and Lulu
Webb; Perseverance, Olga Rochow, song,
school; Opportunity, Josie Goldsmith;
song, Arthur Kahlke, Jamie Knowlton,
George Steelman, Carl Rochow . Colum
bia, school; John Henry Jones, Arthur
Kahlke; song, school; Good Old Days,
Jamie Knowlton; Good-Night, school.
Longfellow's birthday was observed by
the pupils of the fourth grade, Miss M.
L. Carlton, teacher, in the following
Recitation The Village Blacksmith,
by Charles Olson, Fred Smith, Herman
Carlson, Chas. Lorensen, ong, by the
school; Sundown, bv Gertie Yonker; rec
itation The Singers, by Mary Zimmer
man, Cora Toeninee9, Annie Vratman,
Amanda Nelson, Mary Eblers, Naitta
Osterman, Minnie Gabagan; song, by the
school, recitation, by Millio Dodge;
Longfellow's Name, bv ten children ; song,
by school; recitation A Rainy Day, by
Amanda Witt ; song, by the school, Selec
tion from Longfellow, by the pupils; Good
The pupils of the third grade, Miss E
Frichot. teacher, had the following ex
ercises: Recitation Paul Revere's Ride, by
Jessie Van Riper; song, by the school;
recitation, by Minnie Carlson; quotations
by Ray Reddig, Arthur Whitney and
Lynde Beardsly quotations by Sadie Rob
son and Emil Johnson; recitation The
Wave, by Lna George; reading My
Lost Youth, by Alma Hull. The Arrow
ami the Hong, by Mary Sommers, The
Children's Hour, by Laura Reddington,
reading The Village Blacksmith, by
Jennie Dale, quotation, by Lena John
son -, Longfellow's Name.
THK NEW TRIMTY
The Kx tensive Improvement to the
Kplftcopnl Kdlflee Practically rnn-pleted.-A
Remodeled IIoohc of W or
aaafav The extensive improvements to Trinity
Episcopal church at Ihe corner of Nine
teenth street and Fifth avenue, which
have been in progress under the contract
with Mr. W. A Guthrie for several
months, are now substantially completed
and the plans furnished by Architect
Hammatt for the remodeling of the edi
fice add greatly to its comfort, conven
ience and interior beauty . As a result
of the improvements tbe nave or body
of the church has been enlarge d at least
one-fourth, a new organ chamber and
choir room have been built on at the
southwest corner while the sanctuary has
been reconstructed and extended back by
a brick addition on tbe west. This pro
vides the proper space for tbe immense
pipe and organ, and cholr.which are taken
from the main body of the church, thus
affording room for additional pews which
have been provided. Highly-polished
Georgia hard pine ceilings have been put
in the sanctuary and nave, the walls
have been entirely refrcsooed, pews re
grained and varnished, and a number of
handsome memorial windows put in.
Tbe vestibule and south porch bsve been
beautified by tile floors and wainscoat-
ing. A handsome new carpet adorns the
floor of the church, while a beautiful
altar service and also alms basins bare
The remodeled church will be opened
one week from tomorrow, when Bishop
BurgeBS will be present, and tbe congre
gation which has been worshipping at
the chapel in the west part of town, will
return to its old home with its new sur
roundings. The School.
Superintendent of Schools Kemble, has
prepared a statement of the school at
tendance, etc ,for the month of February
showing the average daily attendance to
have been 1,857; the average number be
longing. 1,950; enrollment, 2,046; cases
of tardiness. 26; neither absent nor
tardy, 1,047; vialtors, 148; in February
1889 tbe average daily attendance was
1,779; enrollment. 1,981; average num
ber belonging, 1.870: caaes tardiness, 4r
neither absent not tardy, 1,022
Th. t .vi t r Aft l.t-t
Y.terdav afternoon Messrs. Mitchell
& Lynde let a contract to J. r . Miller
fin nf Chicago, to bore tbe artesnn
trp'i on the West Seventeenth street sue
of their proposed new block. The well ia
m n located at the corner of the present
kniMinv and near the alley. It h to be
1,100 feet in depth. Mitchell & Lynde
have accepted none or tne piana oaereu
r th.lr naw building as yet, but will
probably arrive at a conclusion early the
Sweet potatoes at Young's .
Dressed chickens at Young's.
Spinach and lettuce at Young's.
Ladies free at the rink this evening.
Eggs 121 cents per dozen at F. G.
Mr. Patrick Sheean, of Edgington, was
in the city today .
Bennetl'a glove store is the place to
get your glovea.
Don't forget St. Patrick's bull Monday
evening, March 17.
Mr. J. S. Oilmore this morning began
cutting ice below the city.
The mercury on the bridge registered
14 below zero this morning the coldest
there in two years.
Have you seen those Dunlap hats?
They are beauties. Spring styles now in
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Sharaus O'Brien" with Chas. Erin
Verner in the heroic part, will be the
next entertainment at the theatre.
Aid. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards' new
'son" is a "daughter" and the Argus
hastens to make the proper correction of
its item of veeterday.
Rev. G. W. Que has decided to reply
o the resolutions of the Rock Island
iquor dealers, and will do so one week
from tomorrow night.
Mr. and Mrs. Munroe Kohn have a
bright eyed little guest at their house
which fully warrants the rejoicing they
are indulging in.
Mrs. A. Hildebrandt was adjudged
insane in the county court yesterday af
ternoon and she will be taken to tbe El
gin hospital for treatment Monday morn
ing Mr. Frank Clough has decided to re
enter the undertaking business in Rock
Island and on Monday will open at bis
old stand, 1805 Second avenue, with an
entirely new stock.
Mrs. Ernst W.tltraann and family de
sire to publicly express their appreciation
of the many acts of kindness on the part
of friends and neighbors during their re
cent bereavement, and their gratitude for
Clemann & Stlzmann are now fully
prepared to meet the requirements of the
overs of flne furniture and carpets, hav
ing the finest carpet room in the
west, and also the finest line of carpets.
They invite the public to call and exam
The death of Mrs. August Randt oc
curred yesterday morning from puerperal
fever after nine days' illness. The fu
neral will be held at 3 p. m tomorrow
from her late residence, corner of Ninth
avenue and Twenty-seventh street, with
oterment at the Lutheran cemetery.
Davenport writes to Secretary Morgan,
of the new Tri-State league, under date
of the 26th inst: "We recognize that if
we are admitted to your league we must
go to work. Can you send us a rep:e
sentative to assist us one day and we can
succeed " The secretary wired them to
notify him not later than tomorrow morn
ing, as ihe application for "notional pro
tection" is now on its way to Louisville,
Ky., and it will be necessarv to wireDiv-
en port's admission to Mr. Phelps, secre
tary of th.t national arbitration commit
tee. Burlington Gaxttte .
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R F Sweet,
rector. Services at 9.15 and 10:45 a. m .
12 m , 2:80 and 7:30 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian church.
ihe Rv. R F Weidner will preach in the
morning Young people's meeting at 6
p m No evening service.
for the First M. E church, preaching
In ihe Christian chapel at 10:45 a. ra. and
p. m. by the pastor, the Rev G. W
Gue. Morning subject, "Christian En
thusiasm " Evening. "Profit and Lftss "
Sunday School at 2 p. m. Christian
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Union
young people's meeting at 6 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
Rev W. S. Maiqtiis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45 a m. and 7:30 p m. Sabbath
srhAol at 9:10 a. m , Dr J W.Stewart,
superintendent. Young people's meeting
at 6:45 p. m South Park mission
Sunday school at 2 30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian church,
preaching in tbe morning by the Rev. W.
E. Shaw, of Davenport, and in the even
ing by Rev H. C. Marshall. Subject,
'Striving for the Price.' Sabbath school
at 9.30 a. m. Young people's meeting at
6:15 p m. and general prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30.
At tbe First Baptist church, the Rev.
H. C. Leland pastor, will preach at 10 45
a m. and , p. m. Morning theme.
"The Church Covenant." Evening, "The
Christian Soldier " The ordinance of
the Lord's supper will be observed at the
close of the morning sermon. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m , J. W Welch, super
intendent. loung peoples meeting at 6
p. m. Sunday school at Fortv-fourth
street chapel at 2 80 p. m., C. L Wil
The Tarn Beztrk.
The twenty-fifth biennial convention
of the Upper Mississippi Turn bezirk
commences at Turner hall, this city, this
eveuing, though nothing of a business
nature will be done until tomorrow
morning. This evening will be given
over to sociability, and at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning the convention will be
called to order. It is expected the con
vention will be attended by quite a num
ber of members of the fraternity who re
present the state of Iowa and a portion
of Illinois. The most important busi
ness will be the selection of delegates to
tbe national convention, which is to be
held at New York in June.
Xcw te l of Hrl-inl)
The latest variation of cinque bears the
name of the lately departed "McGlaty.'
The game is played with the high trump
or joker, which counts ten points for the
one who saves it, and any trump takes
the joker. Twenty-four points are pos
sible in one bund and bids are governed
accordingly. The game eonsists of 104
points. It is quite a diverting game and
in all points save those named is the same
as good old fashioned cinque. Ihe
joker is called "McGinty," doubtless be
cause it sends so many bidders to the
bottom of the "bole," and from this the
game gets its name.
The Oatral Charch.
The New York Indtptndtnt says, Dr.
Ewing has received and accepted a call
from a church in Corning, Ind. Dr
Ewing served the Central Presbyterian
church during the wees, of prayer. Last
Sunday Rev. Jno. H. Kerr, now of Nor
mal, 111., was acceptably received at the
Central church. There seems to be a
warm feeling in his behalf which will
probably result in his being called to the
paatorabip. He ia a native of Pittaburg
and the aon of Rev. Dr. Kerr, ao Ttvora
bly known and remembered by old Pitta
Let tomorrow take care of itself, and
I you will find that it will let you take care
- , . . i
ot yourseu wueu u geia acre.
Street commt-sloner--- Auctioneer.
Editor Abotjs: I quite agree with
you that the city council ought to relieve
Street Commissioner Harris of aome
of his arduous duties, for with his
time taken up with auctioneering all
over the connty and electioneering for
sheriff, he has hardly time to attend to
tbe duties of his office. The streets and
alleys have never been in so bad a condi
tion as they have been this fail, and the
street commissioner, whose duties aa auc
tioneer requires his presence in Reynolds
and at other towns, and at farm sales,
should be relieved of the position entire
ly, so that he may auctioneer and elec
tioneer at his own expense, and not at
the cost of the taxpayers. Taxpayer.
This morning Marshal MilUr took pos
session of a horse owned by Thos.
Young, a colored teamster, living on
Twenty-first street back of Fifth avenue,
and placed it in Tindall's livery stable,
and also of an organ and other ma
terial to satisfy a mortgage.
C. 9. Sionai. Omca, I
Washington, D. C, Marck 1. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
To the Voters of Bock Island
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for the office of township col
lector, and promise, under bond, if elect
ed, to distribute the entire income from
the office, less expenses, to the following
public institutions, viz-. $250 to St.
Luke's hospital; f250 to the Industrial
Home association, $200 to the Ladles
Relief society and Industrial school; and
the balance toward the new Young Men's
Chrislian association building. I guar
antee tha' the expenses shall not exceed
300. Frank Nadlkr.
'The east wind will blow, and we
shall have snow and what will we chil
dren do then, mamma?" "You'll wrap
yourstlves warm and play in ihe barn,
for haven't I got a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Everv tissue of ihe boiiv, every bone,
muscle ami organ, is mad'; stionger and
more healihful by the use of Hood's Sar
saparilla. The Rock Island Turner societv will
i-'ivt- h oumnAfttic exhibition anil concert
at Turner hall on Sunday evening next.
Admission twenty-nve cents.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
This weather Is creating a great de
mand for Black Hawk pine tar soap It
cures chapped bands.
Never tell a man that he is a fool; let
him alone and he may find it out himself.
A. Stecl, - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONI.T.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5th.
Engagement of the Distinguished Comedian,
C. E. VERNER,
to the besBtiful Fllttorlc drama
The Bould Boy of Glingall.
UUngall by Day Tbe Merrymaking Scene
n lima:: oy oonugni ine Arreet oi snamui,
Tbe Thrilling Gallows Scene.
The K-tape from Portoballo Bamcks
i :. ,!... dance. - and reels, and bear tbe
song-, dnetta. wu ana sentiment
New Scenery New Mechanical effects.
The strangest Irish play ever written.
Pricee 75. 50 and eenta. 8eata on aale at
Clemaun & balitnann's
A full and complete
Yoral and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Bouse.
So'e Agent for 10c Sheet Maalc.
Catalo. ne free, mailed to any
Lloyd & Stewart,
HOI h IHL M II IH
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
IK a ens or
$200.00 and Upwards
For aale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually , collected and
remitted free of charge
B. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Handsome, fine soft French and Scotoh Giughama, Scotch
Plaids, 8tripes, Cashmere Ombres, Oating Cloths,
Etc. That describes
On annonnt of their beautiful fast dve colorings the above
mentioned goods will be more used the coming season than for
many years past Unlike former lovely cotton dyes, these are
warranted to stand any reasonable amount of exposure to sun
shine, and the worst of all crucibles, the wash tub. We wiir be
pleased to have you see them.
we show three grades, 10c, 11c and 12c a
texture and a very desirable fabrie for spring wear. Woolen dress goods for spring
are here. Fine assortment r f high art Parisian novelty dress patterns; no two alike.
Plaids all wool 49c a yard. Better coloring and nner unisa than is usually seen m
medium price dress goods.
As a specially good thing in dress goods
Nothing surprising about the price. Plenty of flannels are sold at that prloe, but
not as good a quality. Of course we have
Bear us in micd when in need of hlsck
mohairs, Henriettas, serges, etc.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock ol Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc , ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. m, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
-A-ZLSTTD AS TO
I have just opened a handsome lot of Hanging and Stand Lampa, received too
late for Christmas trade, which I don't ioiend to nave harm on my banda.
Call and see if the prices don't bear me out in this assertion.
Gk M, LOOSLEY,
lb09 Second Avenue.
PRICE TJEE A.T
Men's Felt Shoes fl 00
" Felt Boot Overa 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
' Alaska 00
" Rubbers 40
" Cloga 80
Women'a Arcties 75
" High Button Gaiters 65
Boy's Arctics 50
Miiaea' High Button Oaitere 60
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctica , 50
In addition to these low prlcea I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued at (6,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call In and let ua ahow you tbe Book and explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
9989 Fifth Avenue
yard. Flannel like, light weight, tine
we offer 5U inch nanneis at osc a yara.
nanneis tor less money.
dress goods, we can ao you gooa in
Ther is probably no
better light fur a large
room than this No. 2 Globe
Iucandescent Lamp. It
will biilliantly light a
room 85 feet square and
that means 320 candle
power. Any body can
manage it, and I have yet
to hear the fitst complaint
of it. If you want a splen
did light for your store,
church or Sunday School
room, call and look at it.
My store is lighted by it.