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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 24. 1890.
We place on sale Monday, March 24,
a limited lot of 4 button scalloped top,
embroidered back kid gloves in street
shades only, price 47c, not more than 3
pairs to any one customer.
Also a large lot of 5 button embroid
ered kid gloves, choice shades of Eng
lish reds tans and browns at 61c.
A lot of 5 -button black suede kids
only 75c a Mir, and a lot of 8 button
length-black suede mousquetaire sizes
only 6, 6$ and ? which we shall sell at
9 1 00 per pair while they last. The
above four styleB are but a slight indica
tion of the new and extraordinary bar
gains with which we are bound to earn
your attention and confidence.
We shall also place on our counters
an entire new line of the celebrated Bos
ton pig skin gloves, overstiched seaniB,
mouBquetaire cat, especially for street
wear, in all the new spring shacks and
blacks, new 5 and 7 -.hook gloves.
A grettt big line of silk. lile and cot
ton gloves boueht from the Johnston
failure at 60 and 65 cents on the dollar.
We cannot describe them; you will be
soiry as long as you live should you miss
a few pairs of these great drives.
1713, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720'and'1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can eave money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company
312, 314 Twentieth St., H
And Postoffic Block, Moline.
WITH A LATIMER LINE OF -
FINE WALL PAPER
Than the combined stock of all the other dealers in the two cities.
Exclusive BKent9 for the following six Wret Wall Paper factories: Biri,-e
& Sons, Jane way fc Co., Robert 3. Hohbs & Co., Nevius & Haviland, New York
Wall Paper Co., and Robert Graves & Co.
SEE OUR ' BTRGE SPECIALS-
which Include all the Art papers.
KOHN fc ABLER,
-Removed to 219
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.
T. H. THOMAS,
! Druggist, Rock Island.
prices on a new lot of ladies' Jersey
waists and stockinette jackets just placed
on sale. wYou will wonder bow it is done.
1500 dozen new handkerchiefs, some
of the greatest bargains we have ever
shown from lc up to 00c. bought during
the off season from a "hard up" manu
facturer because we could see a saving
of a little more than 20 per cent bv re
lieving his embarrassed condition. 30 or
40 new styles which will not be shown by
others until the holidays. We have them
now, and can make you a saving of 20
per cent, besides giving you the advance
We quote the following no we
won't; we'll leave prices and descriptions
of these beautiful goods for a feast for
the eves and a joy to the pocket.
Our two head milliners have just re
turned frora'a week's visit to Ctiicago.
To say that our lady friends are justified
in anticipating'something quite unusual
and elegant in this department, is but a
slight hint at the facts. In the mean
time while extensive preparations are
being made, all present wants of our
friends in the best as well as the cheaper
grades of millinery, can be promptly 'and
carefully. attended to.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
CHOICE OF THE CAUCUSES.
The Democracy Nominates Alder
Home KveplteBt Selections Mde---Iel
-cata to the City-Towaahlp
Con rent Ion -Review of the. Field.
Ine democratic ward caucuses were
held Saturday night and with the excep
tion of a single ward each caucus pre
sented a candidate for alderman who will
make a proud showing before the voters
of bis ward on election day. The Fifth
ward is the exception as there is no can
didaU: there, Mr. Wm. Kay, the nominee,
having declined to run. There is a dis
position on the part of some of the dem
ocrats there to endorse Aid. Chas. Evans
whom the republicans have nominated,
while others favor the straight nomina
tion f ex-Aid. Geo. Simmons or some
other strong available name. In
the other wards the democrats have
pinned their faith to men who
will prove themselves worthy of
every connence that has been placed
in tbem already or miy be hereafter,
Chas. Strupp. the nominee in the First
ward, is an industrious carpenter; Chas.
Durmann, in the Second, is a bard work
ing stove moulder; Joseph Geiger, in the
Third, is a cigar manufacturer, who has
made himself; Henry Frick.in the Fourth,
is a liveryman; John Atkinson, in the
Sixth, is an industrious brick maker who
served the ward well before; Paul Thies
sen, in the Seventh, is a wagon maker
by triide, and liked by all who know him.
As far as can be learned Mr. C. H.
Seidel has the inside track in the race for
the collectorship nomination. He claims
the First ward solid, the Second all but
one, nil of the Third, Fourth, Fifth and
Seventh, with a few scattering votes in
each perhaps, while the Sixth are in
structed for David Fitzgerald, who will
also have support from some of the oth
The results of the various ward cau
cuses are appended:
Mr. J. W. Corken was elected chair
man of the First ward caucus and Aid.
Matthias Buncher secretary. On motion
of Clms. Engel, Chas. Strupp was nomi
nated tor alderman by acclamation. Del
egates to the city-township convention to
be bi-Id at Turner hall tomorrow night
were selected es follows: Chas. Strupp,
J. J. Alberry, J. W. Corken, C. Denniger,
M. Buncher, H. Robb. J. W. Corken
was chosen ward committeeman.
Edward Burrill, Jr., was elected chair
man of the Second ward caucus and John
Ohlveiler, Jr., secretary. Messrs. P.
Phili.'bar and EI. Reticker were appointed
telle s. An informal ballot for alderman
resu ted: C. Durmann. 60; John Volk,
1. Mr. Durmann's nomination was
the: upon made unanimous. Messrs. A.
Jet sjn, E Baucrsfield and H. C. Wivill
were appointed a committee to s-ilert
delegates to the cif y-towi ship convention
with the following result: S. Youneren.
H. E urris. E. Burrill, Jr , John Imhoff,
J. S Darrah. J. S. Wivill, A. J.;n3en.
Johr Ohlweiler, Jr.. Capt. W. H. Pierce.
Mefirs. E. Bauer field, J. S Darrah and
ffm Krorgcr were appointed ward com
mitteemen. THIRD WARD.
Mr. Fred Haas was elected chairman of
the Third ward caucus, and Louis Ohls
weiler secretary. Messrs. T. S Silvis and
M. M. Briggs were appointed tellers.
A bullot for alderman gave Jos. Geiger,
66; C. J. Long. 4; G. W. nenrv, 2; M
M.T-I. Briggs, 1; Chas. Bnehme. 2; B.
Winter. 1; Wm. Young, 1. Mr. Geiger
was thereupon declared the nominee for
alderman. Delegates to the convention
were selected as follows: Dan Corken,
M. M. Bricars. A. Burrill. Fred Hass.Wm.
Boenme, Jr., Dan Doyle John McDarrab,
Beruhard Brown. Thus. Carney and T.
S. f ilvis. Messrs. James Flynn. Peter
Sen emmer and M. M. Brigfs were ap
poit.ted ward committeemen. There
were no instructions to delegates, but
they are understod to be solid for Seidel.
The Fourth ward caucus was called to
ord:r by Mr. Valentine Dauber, and
E. W. Hurst elected chairman and
J. W. Potter secretary. The following
delegates to the city-township conven
tion were chosen by ballot: E. W.
Hu "St, V. Dauber, Henry Frick, Henry
Letiberg, T. J. I Med ill, B. D. Buford. C.
R. Wbeelan and J. W. Potter. Matthias
Sol nell, Henry Frick and T. J. Medill
were placed in nomination for alderman.
The first ballot resulted: Schnell, 13;
Frick, 7; Medill. 10; V. Dauber. 1; John
Asier. 2; W. H. Judge, 1. On the
fourth ballot Mr. Frick received a major
ity of the votes cast, and upon motion of
T. J. Medill, was made the unanimous
choice of the eaucus for alderman.
Messrs. John P. Looney and Henry Lcm
betg were chosen ward committeemen.
Mr. Henry Wheelan was called to the
chuir in the Fifth ward, and Mr. J. W.
Welch wss elected secretary. At informal
ballot for alderman gave Wm. Kay, 19;
John Meyers, 14; Geo. Simmon, 4; Chas.
Evans, 3; Alec McDonald, 2; J. W.
Welch, 1; J. W. Cavanaugh, 1; August
Liitt, 1; Daniel Finnigan.l; Thos. Fahey,
1. A formal ballot was ordered, and the
following was announced as the result:
Ksy, 28; Myers, 16; Simmon, 3; McDon
aid, 1; Evans, 1; Finnigan, 1. Mr. Kay
wi s found to have the majority of the
ballots for the nomination. A commit
tee, composed of Messrs. Dan Daly, J.
E. Reidy and John Rosen field, was ap
pcinted to select, delegates to the city
township conyenlion, and the following
were selected: Messrs. August Ilues-
in. J. E. Reidy. J. W. Welch. Geo.
Simmon, Thos. Pender, Joseph Scherer,
W m. Coughlln. Geo. Foster, and Henry
V heelan. John Rosenfield was named
as ward committeemen. Mr. Eay, who
w is present, was escorted to his home on
Fiurlh avenue 'mid the triumphant
slioutii of the multitude. This morning.
however, Eay formally withdrew his
n ime as a candidate, instructing Chair
n an Cavanaugh of .the democratic city
township committee, to return his thanks
to his friends for the honor they sought
to confer upon him.
Mr. L. C. Blanding presided over the
Sixth ward caucus, and J. F. Dindinger
was made secretary. An informal ballot for
alderman resulted: John Atkinson, 53;
Geo. W. Browner, 13;D. J. Sears. 1. A
motion prevailed that the nomination of
Mr. Atkinson be declared unanimous.
Delegates were chosen to the city-town
ship convention, and instructed for Da
vid Fitzgerald for collector, as follows:
Wm. McCarthy, L. C. Blanding. Peter
Frey, John Gibson, Geo. Jones, James
Lukin. Messrs. Geo. Jones. Patrick
Kennedy and Wm. Kerr were selected as
as a ward committee.
Edwin Ward wss elected chairman of
the Seventh ward caucus and J. F. Car
ney secretary. The caucus proceeded to
an informal ballot with the following re
Bull: Carl Boltz. 15; Robert Wagner, 4;
Robert Hill, 1, and a formal ballpt nomi
nated Robert Wagner by the following
vote: Boltz, 4; Wagner, 12; J. Wick. 4;
P. Thiesen, 1. Mr. Wagner declined the
nomination and a second formal ballot
resulted: Paul Thiesen, 21; H. Empke,
1; Robert Hill, 1; E. Luckman, 1. Mr.
Thiesen waa declared the nominee for
alderman, and being called upon made a
few remarks, acknowledging the honor
conferred upon him and promised, with
the hearty support of the demoenry ot
the ward to win at the polls on election
day. Messrs. Robert Wagner, Edwin
Ward, J. E. Larkin. John McCann and
Rudolph Schwecke were elected delegates.
Wm.Bragdan and Joseph nuber wire
elected ward committeemen. The deli-,
gates are believed to be for Seidel for
DEVILISH DUSKY DAMSELS
Two Frisky Daughters of Ham do
Tip a Citizen.
Ferdinand fcir Held op and Knbbed
of&iOO The Feminine Liw Break
era Arrented and Hunnd Over.
Ferdinand Gro?9, who keeps the saloon
at the corner of Tenth street and Third
avenue, was the victim of a somewhat
novel feat of highway robbery Saturday
evening. Mr. Gross bad embibed too
freely of the fiery fluid and this is per
haps the best excuse he can offer for
falling into the bands of the bold and
dashing highwaywonaen, who were none
other than Katie Cleveland and Nora
Owens, both female descendants of Ham.
Just how they inveigled Mr. Gross
into their net is not known, but it is
enough to say that they met him on
Eighteenth s reet and enticed him up to
ward the alley in the rear of Tegeler's
block, where tbey relieved him of his
wallet containing $200 in crisp new
bills and then disappeared in the
darkness. As soon as Mr. Gr.iss found
that he had been held up, be notified the
police, and Deputy Marshal Long and
Officer Mulqneen started out on a search
for the adventuresome pair, and soon
found that after "doing up" their vic
tims they ran down to Third avenue, cut
across to Nineteenth street, where they
overtook a bridge car. and started for
Davenport. B:it before they paid their
fare they changed their minds and started
back. Tbey went into Miss Kate Byrnes'
millinery store and each picked out a
nice hat and botb paid in advance, the
sura total being $10. While the head
getr was being trimmed they went down
to Simon & Mosenfelder's and bought
two satchels, paying therefor $5 25, and
had them sent to Miss Byrnes' store.
Thev went to McCabe's stort. and each
picked out a fine wrap, the cost of the
two being $5 75. The total of these ex
penditures was 21, of which $21 had
been taken from Mr Gross'crisp new bills.
The dusky maidens had just returned
to Miss Byrnes' store where the officers
discovered them and escorted them to the
police headquarters. The guests wcrt
assigned to comfortable suites of rooms In
the second flat, and the deputy marshal
ordered a fire and a pitcher of ice water
The prisoners were searched but tbey
hud disposed of the money and Marshal
Miller started out to search for it. He
found $180 of it which they had thrown
to the winds after their arrest, and this
with the $20 expended made up the
amount stolen from Mr. Gross. This
morning Magistrate Wivill held each in
bonds of $500 and both were sent to jail
Miss Cleveland is of the amber type of
African beauty, is tall and graceful, while
her companion in crime is of smaller
stature, whose face is as blaik and as
glossy as polished ebony.
To Wkn It May l oneern.
I bad the pleasure of being one of the
audience who listened to the lecture giv
en on Tuesday evening, the 18th inst., at
the Second Presbyterian church of this
city by the Rev. Dr. Porteus on '"Egypt
ana tne rjramias.
The lecture, in addition to being most
entertaining, was one of the most in
structive to which I ever listened. Mr.
Porteus' language is graphic and tene, as
well as being full of imagery. He car
ried his audience right along with him.
and one could almost imagine from the
description be gave of this most interest
ing land, that we was a fellow traveler
with him. I would recommend every
body who can to hear that lecture with
out fail; it will do them good.
D. Crawford. St. Louis.
We, the undersigned, have agreed upon
the following prices for the season of
Hotels and butchers, 80 cents per 100
pounds; saloons, restaurants and grocer'
ies, 35 cents pr 100 pounds.
Families taking 50 pounds or more at
one delivery. 40 cents per 100 pounds;
families taking less than 50 pounds at
one delivery, 50 cents per 100 pounds.
Gko.J3arkeh & Co ,
Geo. E. Lambert,
10. 8. 8llil. OfTICl, I
Washington, D.C., March 94.
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Light rain followed by fair weather and
"Bust" the ice trust.
Opening of the Bee Hive tomorrow.
Election day one week from tomorrow.
Bee Hive opening, Davenport, tomorrow.
The Lancasters at the rink tomorrow
Grand opening of the Bee Hive tomor
Republican convention at Turner ball
Rev. H. C Lei and preached at Men
Special sale of dret s goods at Mclntire
Jiros. tbis week.
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
Mr. A. Nelson returned home last
night from Hot Springs.
Shoulder capes and beaded wraps at
Mclntire Bros. Tuesday morning.
Four-button kid gloyes 47c per pair
while tbey last at McCabe Bros.
A large line of high grade etchings
now on sale at H. Cramp ton & (Jo. s.
The floor in Jones Bear & Company's
stoie is being raised to.the grade level.
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
nesday evening. Come and enjoy your
Prang's and other makes of Easter
cards and booklets, at R. Cramplon &
The democratic city-township conven
tion will te hell at Turner hall tomorrow
Silk, lisle and cotton gloves from the
Johnston failure about C2c on the dollar
at McCabe Bros .
The finest display of millinery ever
seen in tbe tri-cmes an be .seen lat the
English red and tan 5-button kid
gloves, new and stylish, only 64c at Mc
Cabe Bros', gove sale.
Overseamed Boston pie skin gloves in
all tbe new street shades. Mousquetaire
cui jtisi receivea.al McCabe Bros.
Lace curtairs special offering'at Mc
Intire Bros, this week, 85 cents a pair,
three yards long. See'finer ones when
Grand opening of the Bee Hive Cloak
and Millinerv Emporium, 114 West Sec
on a si net, Davenport, at 10 a. m. to
A saving of 20 per cent on a lot of ad
vance d styleslholiday'.handkerchiefs from
a hard pressed manufacturer this week.
Mrs. Nurre.'theuictim'of the Clinton
county tragedy, continues to improve.
Her testimony regarding to that affair is
awaited with the,greatcst interest.
The brickl ayers of; theTthreelcities are
rf quested to meet at Hillier's hall Wed
nesday evening fot the purpose of form
ing an organization.
Poke" Lambert was fined; $20 and
costs by Magistrate Wivill this morning
for attempted highway robbery, and re
leased on promise to leave town.
The Beehive will also open a nice line
oi piece goods for cloaks and jackets .and
every kind of wraps, under the per
sonal supervision of Mrs. II. Deuttch.
The friends of Aid. Winslow Howard
have prevailed upon him to accent the
democratic nomination for supervisor if
it s nouid De tendered bim tomorrow night.
McCabe Bros.' milliners returned on
Saturday from a protracted visit to Chi
cago, where they have been carefully
studying the latest freaks nnd conceits in
Mr. Geo. Kingsbnrv has returned from
Chicago, where he purchased a complete
stock of goods suitable for a fair store.
winch he will open in the store imme
diately west of his art store April 1.
Mr. P. L Mitchell has tendered thp nf
of the rooms formerly occupied as G. A.
R. hall over Lnosley's crockery store to
the Industrial school and it will meet
there hereafter. Donations may also be
The condition of Conductor William
Acklcy. of the C.R.I. & P.. who was
sandbagged the other evening, while on
his way home in Daveuport, is becoming
critical. It is believed now that his
skull was seriously frac:ured and that his
recovery is d.iubtful. He was injured
woise than li s friends at first believed
him to be.
There is considerable speculation
among republicans as to who will be the
nominees for supervisors tonight. M.
C. Frick is anxious to head the ticket.
wnue . Rudolph and W. C. Collins are
spoken of s assistants, and an attempt
may ue maae to put Aids. A. H. Hamp
ton and W. II. Edwards on the ticket as
a peace offering.
Davenport's new fair and exposition is
to he located near old Cimn McClellnn
The association Saturday accepted a
proposition maae oy Henry Scbnitser for
the tract of land consisting of five acres.
more kss. lying just etst of East Davens
port and north of old Camp McClelland.
at an annual rent of $400 for a term of
The new styles of wall Darjer now he-
ing shown by R. Crampton & Co. are
extremely handsome in pattern and col
oring, and the stock is much larger than
usuai. ine low prices at which they are
being sold are a surprise to everybody.
Their experience in getting up combina
tions lnsum satisfactory results in every
case. Give them a call and you will net
It has been -suggested by several
Fourth warders, as both tbe aldermanic
candindtes in that ward are liverymen,
that tbe respective chairman of the city
committees abolish the restriction
against engaging carriages on election
day. The politicians of the Fourth ward
can enjoy the luxury of a free carriage
nue wuooui any. complaint.
The Galesburg Republican -Regitter
say that Mr.Pwan Hultgren has dismissed
his $50,000 slander suit against diver
individuals there on account of fault in
the papers. He is making arrangements.
however, to enter the suit again at an
early date, and is said to nave retained
an attorney. Mr. Hultgren also desires
to nave it understood that his wire is
not the Mrs. Hultgren upon whom Peter
Tickets for the lecture given for the
benefit of the Ladies' Industrial Relief
society, by the Rev. Dr. Porteus. of St
Louis, on "Egypt and tbe Pyramids," on
Tuesday evening, March 25, in Larper's
theatre, can be obtained at Clemann &
8alzmann'a or at itbe door. Tbe pro
ceedB of all tickets sold by tbe ladies or
tbose remaining unsold can be returned
to Mrs. E. W. Hurst, corner of 8ixth
avenue and Twenty first street.
Dubuque is elated and Galena corres
pondingly indignantover tbe fact that
the steamboat inspector's office will prob
ably go to It from the latter. Tbe change
is sensible. The inspector's office should
be located on the river plied by the
steamers in its jurisdiction.and this is the
argument urged by Rock Island before
Dubuque thought of tbe change, -but the
Dubuque congressman knew better how
to;argue than Hock Island did.
With this issue of the Davenport Dem
oerat William F. Coulter seven his con
nection with the paper. For three yean
Mr. uouiter baa done reportorial work.
mostly at night, and his eyes have
Buffered. He resumes school teaching in
tbis county tomorrow having been suc
cessful in that work before trying news
peper life. He has made a good record
as a trustworthy and industrious reporter
and when a man succeeds in this be has
tbe true grit that will succeed anywhere.
Davenport Sunday Democrat.
Mr. George Sutcliffe, the large wall
paper dealer, has secured the service of
Mr. T. F. Cary as salesman in bis branch
store, No. 319 Twentieth street. Mr.
Cary has been in the wall paper business
in this city many years and has a thorough
knowledge of the wall paper trade. He
closed out bis business about a year age
to accept a position as traveling salesman
for 8. A. Maxwell & Co. , of Chicago, the
largest jobbing wall paper house in tbe
United States. As be travels bat six
months in tbe year he has kindly con
sented to help Mr. Sutcliffe during his
Hotels, butchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants, f 25 per 100 pounds.
Families taking 20 pounds daily, $2.50
per month; families taking 10 pounds
daily, $1.75 per month; over 20 pounds,
$35 per 100 pounds.
Pure Sylvan ice. Telephone 10C8.
Office, Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets.
Notion dealers, peddlers and grocery
stores keeping thread in stock can get
the famous O. N. T. thrrad at wholesale
prices from: Hartz & Bahxsex,
Hekrt Dart's Sons,
CoalBanki for Rent. -For
rent on a royalty or otherwise, the
coal banks of the late Bailey Davenport
at tbe Watch Tower near the town of
Sears. Apply to Henry Curtis, agent.
Rock Island, Illinois.
Mc?abe Bros, are having a very large
call for the famous Clark's O. N. T.
thread from the best ladies in Rock Isl
and and Moline. It is indeed the best
thread made. Give it a trial.
Geo A. Clark & Bro.
We have heard many of our old friends
say that Salvation Oil cured tbem of
rheumatism. Those who have not tried
it should do so. Our druggists sell it for
25 cents a bottle.
"That tired feeling" is entirely over
come by Hood's Sarssparilla, which gives
a feeling of buoyancy and strength to the
Wanted A good girl. References re
quired. Dr. Thos. Gait, No. 1208 Sec
Tbe famous O. N. T. thread Irppn In
. - - . .., ------ r
stock. It is always on white spools and
not on black spools. Ladies, try it use
no oiner. JIC;XTIRE E JO.
Mclntire Bro. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
lesves no odor.
i wu pacnties oi new garden seeaa ior
5 cents at Kuscbman'c, 2207 Fourth ave-
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Cms. T. Kindt,
Longsliore PbUs! H. D.
( Reentered Phyilclan of of Illinois)
Will deliver her funiono fanny lectnre on LOVE
CGC hTSHIP nd M AKKlAcK to bulb erxes.
Tuesday, March 25th. at 8 p. m.
A food an boar with Mark Twain" Bog
Admission 25 Cents.
Each dsy at 4:30 p. m. a lectnre to women only.
Mr. Dr. Potu treat- women and children only.
Residence; Kimf-al bou-c, Davenport; entrance
Fourth street : hour 9 a.
tation free. Special engagement not to wait
Sf.0d. Kcmain until March tlst only
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Bona.
So'e A treat tor lOe Sheet Moaic
Catalogue free, mailed to any
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK 18LAXD, I LI.
Grasd Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
1 arjaa o
$200.00 and Upwards
'For sale, secured on land worth trout
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent seail annually, celiac ted and
B. W. HURST,
Attobxtxy at Law
Bocau t and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL,
NEW DRESS GOODS.
Our new Spring Goods are now fully
business done in that department last week we are sure that we struck the popular
chord in our Be lections- Cold type can't possibly describe the beautiful effects in
plain, placid and striped fabrics. New Silks in brocades, plaids, etc., suitable to
combine with plain goods low prices prevail.
Double Fold Cashmeres 10c.
Cashmere Ombres, genuine to close, 15c.
Challies, pi etty styles. 7c. Cashmeres 9c.
Satines, large variety 10c.
Outing Cloths, Tennis Flannels, 10, 11 and 12c.
We have the celebratedMarguerite or "Wedding Ring"
This week we offer special values and styles in lace curtains and draperies.
Lace curlains. 85c a pair, 3 yards long; belter ones in proportion.
Tuesday morning we will have for your inspection, shoulder capes and beaded
Black silk conewmaras, grey silk surlouts, suitable for street war or travel
Lots of other things we want you to see
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, fittedup
and now occupy nearly all the surface'room in
Harper's Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have" any thing
DON'T FORGET THEPLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Don't You Want Something
1 he Catsup Bottle and Berry Bowl shown above are
two of the many new things in such "ware, and may give
you a little idea of what it is like; but I think you would
like to call and select from the new lines constantly
coming in, a few other articles to give variety to your
table service. As to prices if you are disappointed at
all it will be to find them so low.
It would take more space than is at my disposal here
to speak at all fully of the new things coming in, to say
nothing of staple articles. I hope it is understood by
this time that visitors are always welcome whether they
come to buy or.'not, and to look at what the store con
tains is better than to read about them. Please call.
a. M, LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Avenue.
Men's Felt Shoes tl 00
" Pelt Boot Overs 1 00
" Arctics V. 1 00
' Alrskas ; go
" Rubbers 40
" CfS I. 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 65
" Alaskas 40
Boy's Arctics ...!.! 60
M sses High Button Gaiters. '."."..".."."..".".. BO
Rubbers " 25
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these low prices I will givs away an Encyclopepia, valued at f 8,
to each customer buying f25 worth or Boots and Shoes.
Call In and let us show yon the Book and explain bow yon can set it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
; 8999 fifth Avenna.
displayed, and judging from the srood
but haven't room to mention them.
-IN THE NEW-
Cut Table Glassware
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