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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1890.
In fashionable Millinery will he exhibited
on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY of
this week, when will take place
Opening display of rich and stylish paU
tern HAT8 and BONNETS and other
Millinery Novelties and Trimmings.
Our Trimmers spent more time than
usual this season in a careful search
through the markets tor the choicest and
most itchere.'te styles, and we can promise
this season an unusual lot of attractions.
Our own special styles (not to be
seen elsewhere until copied) will take
prominent place in the exhibit. Early
callers have a grand selection to choose
Easter Cards and other ornaments on
sale early in the week.
With our increased facilities all Mil
linery orders can be ..executed with great
er promptness than ever.
1712. 1714. 1716.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can save money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company
312. 314 Twentieth) St..
And Postoffie Block, Moline
-WITH A LAROF.K UXK OF-
FINE "WALL PAPER
TLmii the combined stock of all the other dealers in the two cities.
C3"Exclu8ive agents for the following six lr;est Wall Paper factories: B:n;e
& Sods, Janeway & Co., Rotie ri S. H otitis & Co., Nevins fc llavilauil, New York
Wall Paper Co., and Robert Graves & Co.
SEE OUR ' BTRGE SPECIALS-
which include all the Art papers.
KOIIN & ADLER,
-Removed to 219
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
I?or Liver and Kidney Troubles
KOTniNG EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
Monday, A. M.
We place on sale our full stock of Ladies'
and Men's, Misses' and Roys' Summer
Underwear, at prices lower than we have
ct ueiore oeen aoie to quote.
One rftno an Anion loic.' rikkj
Jersey vests, with nlicrht imiwrfiUno
known as manfacturcn' seconds at 4c
One case. 50 dozen ladirR .Woon
vests, fancy colored trimmings, go at 10c
One C&se. 32 dozen Indies .lor not, r!K
vests made from the Egyptian yarn with
long sleeves, iust the vest for early spring
weather at only 22c each.
About 40 different styles ladies' vests,
any and every price, and all qualities to
One line children's vests, sizes in. IS
and 20 Inches, all at 4c each, larger Bizes
slight advance on each size.
A splendid line of men's Balbriggan
and gauze shirts at 25n. ntrioi.lv fiira
class. Also a lot of men's medium weight
shirts and drawers to sell at 11c each.
Hundreds of other bargains that
spare will not permit us to enumerate.
1718. 1720 and 1722 Bkcond Avenuk.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
IN THE CHURCHES.
Annual Meeting of the Rock Island
County Bible Society.
The Exercises at the Broadway Pre
byterlan Church I.at KveniBS
Altar Rati Consecration at Trinity
The Broadway Presbyterian church
contained an immensely large congrega
tion List evening, the majority of the
Protestant churches of the city joining in
the at nual meeting of the Rock Island
County Bible society. President Dr. J.
W. ft wart was in the chair. After de
votion il exercises, the secretary read the
minutes of the last annual meeting, and
Treasu rer Kingsbury read his report for
the pa;t year, which showed a credit bal
ance ot the society of $187.09; but that
there U an order in New York for nearly
all of that amount in bibles. President
Stewait named as a nominating commit
tee, Messrs. J. F. Robinson, J. Il.Cle
land. J . D. Warnock and J. W. Welch,
and Ih.j sermon of the Rev. R. P. Weid
ner, w exceedingly able and interesting.
The nominating committee then reported
as fol ows, the oftlcers named being
President S. D. Cleland.
Vice President C. B. Kinyon.
Secretary- E. B. McKown.
Treasurer Geo. Kingsbury.
Board of Managers Rock Island: II.
D. Ft.lsom. Central Presbyterian; H.
Warnock. United Presbyterian; C. C. Mc
Intire, Broadway Presbyterian; O. J.
Dempsey, First Baptist; L. E. West.
Christian Chapel; C. E. Adams. First M.
.; Kotert Bennett. Ninth street M. E:
Chas Tensen. Swedish Baptist; O. Olsen,
Swedish Lutheran; H. Brock man. Moline;
W. H. Carpenter. Baptist: W. H. Hatch.
Congrc gational; G. Anderson, Swedish
Lutheran; Dr. J. P. Sloan, M. E;John
Swenson, Swedish Baptist.
At the morning service at Trinity
church yesterday. Rev. R F. Sweet, the
rector, cotsicrated the new altar rail,
which was a gift from Trinity gui'd in
memory of the late Mrs. Anna M. Carter,
who was a life time member of the guild.
In the same connection Mr. Sweet made
a few remarks upon the rearrangement of
the church and the significance of the
differeit divisions, such as the sanctuary,
choir end nave.
Yesterday was Palm Sunday, repre
senting the triumphant entry of Christ
into Jerusalem, calling to mind the action
of the inhabitants of that holy city in
spreading their garments on the ground
and strewing branches of palm in the way
of Him whom they saluted exultingly:
"Hosanna, Son of Divid." Palms were
displaj ed in the Raman Catholic churches
and sprigs were worn by the members.
Il Vo Crime to be Poor.
The Union in the last stages of desper
ation and dispair over the utter failure
that hhg attended its efforts to win votes
for i's candidate for collector, who ''holds
his head erect and wears clean clothes"
by attacking the democratic nominee
on Ihr ground of his occupation, has
n iw turned itself to an accusation
thit Mr. Fitzgerald has failed to pay
h:s taxes lie I in on hims in His
connection, not only to unjustly accuse
Mr. F.iz gerald, but to attack Assessor
Barge for neglect of duty. It says:
Will John, not "Honest John" but
John the assessor, kindly explain to the
tax payers of this township why he last
spring dropped the name of David Fitz
gerald from the personal tax list, thereby
depriving the f chool and other funds of
L'3.1 charged to and unpaid hy David?
Asses sor Barge was questioned on this
ful ject liy an Annus representative this
m rning and he said:
"According to the Union's own show
ing, Mr. David Fitzgerald has been as
sessed on his personal property every
year from ls:Si to 1S81), and during all
that ti ne '. the different collectors have
been able to collect a cent of his taxes,
became he has not the money, and last
summer when Deputy Assessor Ward
called to make another assessment he
could not find property enough in his
poscssion to jus'iify him in going through
the form of making the assessment."
The truth of the matter is. Mr. Fitz-
gerald is a poor man and has nothing to
assess. Since his business misfortune a
few years since, when he disposed of
everything that he could get along with-.
out to satisfy his creditors, he has been
paying up the principal and interest
of a note, upon which he secured
en on g i money to meet every one of his
obligations dollar for dollar. While he
was mail carrier two thirds of his month's
earnings went monthly to pay upon his
debt; otherwise he might have saved up
enough to take life easy uatil the nation
al administration changes again, after the
fashion of some of the deposed republi.
can ofBce holders during the four years
ending a year ago. But Fitzgerald was
not made that way. He applied his
earnings on his legal obligations and was
willing to take any kind of work to meet
them. If he owes the county of Reck
Island anything, it will be paid dollar for
dollar, if "Filz" has to earn it all driving
a street car. The Union's delinquent tax
assertion is therefore as weak and as
lacking in reason and fairness as its ar
gument that Mr. Fitzgerald should not be
elected because be is a street car driver.
The Union must learn by bitter experi
ence that it is no crime to be poor.
M ay HapplneM Attend Turn.
At the home of the bride's father, Mr.
Nels Olson, in Black-Hawk township
this i fternoon, Mr. Paul Hamilton and
Miss Nora C. Olson were united in mar
riage by Rev. H. C. Leland, ot the First
Baptht church, this city. Mr. Hamilton
is collector for Mitchell & LynJe's bank,
and also for the Holmes system in this
city, und is a young man of much worth,
ability and promise; while his bride, who
has lxen regarded as one of the most
successful teachers in the public schools,
not o ily in Rock Island but in Dayen
port, is an accomplished and popular
youn;; lady. Such a union is a happy
Hood's Sareaparilla has the largest sale
of an f medicine before the public. Any
hone t druggist will confirm this state-
OUT OP TOWN CAUCUSES.
TowBuhlp JVoaainatlona for Maper
vlaorand Other Offlcra Throughout
The democrats of Black Hawk held
their caucus Saturday night at Milan.
Jacob Adams was chairman and II. L.
Franing secretary. The following ticket
was nominated: Supervisor. Joseph
Fitzpatrick; town clerk, D. C. Davis; as
aesBor, J. C. McConnell; collector, J. A.
Vandruff; highway commissioners, Sam
uel I. II. Baker, 3 years, David Walsh, 2
years; constable, J. D. Lafferty. A
township committee was appointed, con
sisting of C. H. Brandenburg, S. I. II.
Baker, J. 8. McConnell, Fred Von Ach
and J. B. Haislip. Mr. Fitzpatrick will
make a firstclass supervisor and his nom
ination could not be improved upon. The
remainder of the ticket is corresponding
The following people's ticket has been
placed in nomination in Bowling town
ship: For supervisor, S. W. Heath;
town clerk, A. H. Laflio; assessor, J.
Miller; collector, W. F. Starkey; com
missioner of highways, E. C. Lane; school
trustee, A. Space; justice of the peace, H.
Warnock; constable, T. Hutchinson.
The democrats of Edgington township
have nominated the following ticket: For
supervisor, Jacob Wail; town clerk.Rob
ert Mallett; assessor, Frank Wait; collec
tor. N. R. Taylor; road commissioner.
Jacob Wait; school trustee, James Vena
ble; pound masters, Chas. Snow and Van
The democrats of Buffalo Praire have
nominated the following township ticket:
For supervisor, N. G. Elliott; town clerk,
Adam Stamm; assessor, A. M. Little;
collector, Pnilip Fuhr; commissioner of
highways, James Ketly.
The republicans of Edgington have
nominated R. S. Montgomery for super
visor, Chas. Humphrey for clerk. Wm.
Hubbard for assessor, Wm. H. Miller
for road commissioner.
The democrats and republicans of
Hampton nominated S. D. Wainwright
for supervisor Saturday night, and today
the people's party nominated W. R.
In Port Byron township L. S. Pear
sail is running cn the republican and
democratic tickets for supervisor, with
In Coe, Jesse Dsly has the people's
convention nomination for supervisor,
and A. F. Ilolnster the republican.
APPEALING FOR AID.
A Communication From Ihr Cyclone
stricken Illinois Town to Mayor
Mayor McConochle has received the
following appeal from the town of Me
tropolis, 111., which was visited by a cy
clone last Wednesday evening:
Metropolis, III.. March 29. The
Hon. Mayor of Rock Island: We are in
the midst of a terrible calamity. A cv-
clone struck our city Wednesday evening,
March 26, leaving destruction and ruin in
i's path. Homes, the .result of life labor,
have been demolished. All classes and
all kinds of propirly have been de
stroyed, including public building"
churches, etc. The damages, it is be
lieved, will reach $2(10.000. Those w ho
can help themselves are not able to ex
tend iBHch pecuniary aid to thtir less for
tunate neighbors. Under tbeje circum-.
stances the undersigned were appointed
members of a relief committee to appeal
through you to the liberality and gener
osity of your city for aid. Our loss of life
will not be great and the wounded are
doing well. W. R. Brown, Chairman.
O. P. Curtis. Edwin Braeser, J. C.
Willis, H. Armstrong, Henry Toi.er,
Morris Baer, August Quantk, N. J.
Stack, Lemino Cctrtis. Committee.
Mayor McConochie will doubtless call
a public meeting or take other steps such
as will give the liberal hearted people of
Rock Island an opportunity to respond to
the appeal from the stricken people of
RfKK Island, March SI. Will you
kindly inform me as to the names of the
republican candidates for assistant su
pervisors. I have bad no means what
ever of keeping posted since the day fol
lowing the nominations.
The gentlemen who have accepted the
empty honors are: Martin 0. Frick,
Frederick Ludolph, Wm. Levy and John
Sauermun. You will hear less of them
A Month' Police BaalarM.
The report of City Marshal Phil Miller
for March is appended :
Arrests Disorderly conduct.12 ; drunk,
5; fast driving. 2; carrying concealed
weapons, 2; violating sewer ordinance, 2;
larceny, 3; peace warrant, 1; assault and
battery, 4; vagrancy. 1; abusive language.
1; runaway bov, 1. Total number of
cases, 34; total number f state cases, 1C;
total number of city cases, 24.
Number of lights reported out, 10.
Number of tramps lodged, 45.
Jail bill, $10.
Notice is hereby given that on election
day, Tuesday, April 1st, all saloons must
be closed between the hours of 8 a. m.
and 7 p. m., and the police force are in
structed to inforce the same. Any vio
lation of this order will be punished ac
cording to law.
William McConochte, Mayor.
Will be received at the city clerk's office,
Rock Island, 111., until 5 p. m., April 7,
1890, for the moving of the electric light
tower, corner of Second avenue and Sev
enteenth street south across the street, a
distance of 100 feet, more or less. By
order of Oe committee on fire and light.
It formerly seemed a sort of sarcasm to
sy: "It's better to laugh than be sigh
ing" especially when a fellow had a vex
ing, teasing cough but now that all
druggists sell Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
anybody van laugh and get fat.
I have a supply of good, clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. Siegiust.
I like my wife to use Pozzoni'a Com
plexion Powder because it improves ber
looks and is as fragrant as violets.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Any man can marry comfortably if he
has aulnctent money to procure a license.
The hitch comes when the knot is tied.
Vote for Fitzgerald, the laboring man.
Reelect John Barge assessor tomor
row. Take comfort. See Mclntire Bros',
This is the last week of the lenten sea
son. Davenport's city election occurs Satur
day. Vote for Honest John Aster for super,
Spring styles in millinery at Greeca
walt's. Eister novelties in millinery at Green
Wanted A bell boy at the Rock Is
Vote for Wins'osv Howard for assist
New China silks, figured drested styles
at Mclntire Bros.'
D. P. Kistler. of Buffalo Prairie, was
in the city today.
Elect Geo. B. Browner assistant su
Don't forget the opening of the Fair
Jersey jackets, special values f 3 50 anff
f , at Mclntire Bros
Easter millinery on Wednesday and
Thursday at McCabe Bros.
The Fair will open at No. 1703 Second
avenue Wednesday morning.
Two apprentice girls wanted in Mc
Cabe Bros.' millinery department.
Give J. S. Darrah one of your ballots
for assistant supervisor tomorrow.
Children's summer vests sizes 16, 18
and 20 4c each at McCabe Bros.
The very latest styles in Easter milli
nery have arrived at Greenawalt's.
Mr. Otto Herkert leaves for Iowa City
Thursday to enter the university,
Honest John Aster will be elected by
a larger majority than ever this year.
Mrs. P. Green wait, the milliner, has
returned from a business trip to the east
See that the name of Arthur Burrall is
on your ticket for supervisor tomorrow.
Vote for John Flaonigan, B. H. Kim
ball and Louis Ohlweiler for constables.
N. A. Taylor, of Edgington, and Cy
rus Miller, of Bowling, were in the city
Several car loads of Johnstown rail for
the noiines extensions arrived this morn
Juggler Josh" is likely to get his
clean clothes soiled tomorrow. Sapis
John Atkinson will, be elected alder
man from the Sixth ward tomorrow by
a big majority.
Mrs. M. J. Helm, of Freeport, arrived
in the city this morning on a few days'
visit to relatives.
One ca9e "manufacturers' seconds"-
ladies' jersey vests, 4c apiece, while they
last, at AicUabe Bros.
Tomorrow will be All Fools day, and
no one will appreciate the fact any more
than the republicans.
The grand millinery event of the sea
son on Wednesday and Thursday of this
weeK at McCabe Bros.
M. R. Ferguson and Mrs. A. J. Smith,
of Chicago, were arrested in Davenport
last night for bigamy.
"Juggler Josh" will realize that to
morrow is "All Fool's day" about as
clearly as man in town.
npnry Frick is the name of the coming
alderman from the Fourth ward. Vote
for him and be on the winning side.
Take your children to the rink tomor
row night, more fun than a circus. Gen
eral skating from 9.80 to 11 o'clock.
Mclntire Bros, offer satteen corsets ic
six i-hades, for 49c a pair this week.
Some sell at 75c this week at Mclntire's
Chas. Strupp will he the alderman
elected from the First ward tomorrow.
A vote tor him is a vote for prepress in
Democrats will be materialy aided by
the republicans of the Seventh ward in
electing Paul Thiesen to a seat in the
council chamber tomorrow.
The wrestling match between Martin
Burns and B. Gallagher, announced for
Saturday night at the rink, did not oc
cur, Burns failing to appear.
Mayor McConochie has'issued notice
that ail the saloons must be closed to
morrow. Marshal Miller says he will en
force the mayor's order to a letter.
The Rock Island volunteer fire depart
ment Saturday night elected Henry Baker
chief and J. J. A I berry assistant chief, at
a meeting at the Wideawake hose house.
The majority of the ballots in the Third
ward tomorrow will be cast for Josspb
Geiger for alderman. He will get the old
time democratic majority in the Third
All the latest novelties in Paris and
London bats and bonnets, as well as all
the late creations of their own exclusive
designers, will be displayed on Wednes
day and Thursday at McCabe Bros.
Mr. John McConnell, of Black Hawk
killed a full grown wolf on the Hender
son estate last Friday. Mr. McConnell
says the wolves have been committing
depredations among the poultry out his
The contributions of the C, B. & Q.,
railroad to the Ottumwa Y. M. C. A.
building fund is estimated at $300 to
9 1.000. They donate all freight chargea
received for transporting m uteri a! s for
When the only charge that can be
raise against a man is that he is a street
car driver, it is about time for the public
loiudge whether he is worth v or not. The
public will so judge David Fitzgerald to
morrow. C A. Schoesel, the republican inde
pendent candidate for alderman in the
Fifth ward, has two sets of tickets out
one bearing the democratic township
ticket, and the other the republican town
"Juggler Josh" played a confidence
game on the republican convention, but
ne won't be able to do it on the mass of
the voters tomorrow. The people are
for honest industry, not elevated beads
and fine clothes.
The Union refers to those who were
instrumental in securing Mr. David Fitz.
gerald'a appointment as mail carrier. No
one who baa ever assisted Mr. Fitzgerald
to an occupation baa bad any reason to
be ashamed of him
In an interview with a Chicago Inter
Ocean reporter Saturday, Mr. C. H.
Deere, of Moline, denied that he wag a
candidate for congress, and stated his
belief that Mr. Gest would be renomin
ated this year, and reelected.
The citizens' convention at Moline Sat
urday night nominated ex-Postmatter D
W. Gould for magistrate. Mr. L F.
Kerns is the republican nominee and L
S. O'Neill will run independently, thus
making a three-cornered tight.
"Juggler Josh's" street car driver rack
et on Mr. Fitzgerald has played out; bis
personal property attack is in the same
boat, while "Fitz" goes bravely marching
on. lou can say a gooa many mean
thing aboot a poor man sometimes, bat
you cant always hart him.
Mr. Geo. Schneider, proprietor of the
Central and Elm street shoe stores,
shipped a stock of goods to Mt. Pleasant,
Iowa, Saturday night, and he leaves for
that city tonight with bis brother Joseph,
who will have charge of the new branch
The democrats of tne Fifth ward hold
their adjourned caucus tonight, and al
though it is rather late in the day, defi
nite action should be taken and whatever
course is adopted, the democrats of the
ward should stand by as a unit, and put
in licks tomorrow that will count.
Chas. Durmann should, and no doubt
will be the choice of the voters of the
Second ward for alderman to
morrow. He was born and raised in
the ward, and people who have known
him all his life will not overlook a chance
to honor him.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
has decided to equip its freight cars with
air brakes at once, and has given the
Westingbouse Air Brake company an
order for 6.570 sets of the quick-acting
brake. The total freight equipment of
the Burlington was reported last month
at 20,150 cars of all classes.
A sad accident occurred at Geneseo
yesterday. Freight train No. 24 on the
Rock Island, which left here at 2:30 p.
m.. in charge of Conductor Ben ford and
Engineer Sheilds, ran over a thirteen
year old boy named Ott, who attempted
to hook a ride on the cars and fell upon
the rail, and was ground to death.
Sorrow has again invaded the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Koch, of Fourth
avenue between Twenty sixth and Twenty-seventh
streets, and claimed their
daughter Nettie, aged eleven years, who
expired at 2:30 this morning of diphthe
ria, the same dread disease which carried
away a young daughter nine days ago.
Tb e funeral occurred this afternoon.
The mass of the voters will show to
morrow whether a man who brags that
he "carries his head erect" and wears
"clean clothes," can trample under foot a
man who works for a living, and is not
ashamed of hie toil. David Fitzgerald is
a poor man a street car driver but he
U as honest and as capable as his aristo
cratic opponent, "Juggler Josh."
The Union seems to have a great deal
of trouble about locating its party lead
ers. In attempting to reprimand Super
visor Wm. Atkinson for being a cousiu
to John Atkinson, the democratic nom
inee for alderman in the Sixth ward, and
threatening him with political annihila
tion on the same ground, it speaks of him
as a resident of the ward. Mr. Atkinson
resides in the Seventh ward.
The chat ce tlm Mrs. Nurre will ever
recall any of the incidents of the terrible
tragedy, in which she was so fearfully
abused and her husband slain, is growing
fainter. As she recovers more and more
from the effects of the injuries, she seems
to know less and less of the occurrence.
All recollection of the allair appears to
have passed from her mind. Without the
evidence that was expected from her no
clue will be had to the perpetrators of the
crime. Davenport Democrat.
"Juggler Josh" is a man of elegant
esse and well provided with all the com
forts of life. For this reason he assumes
to hold his head erect, to brag
of wearing "clean clothes" and to scoff
and sneer at his opponent for collector
as only one of the common herd of hu
manity. Mr. Fitzgerald on the other
hand is a poor man who has to work
hard for a living, hut he does not feel in
the least humiliated over the position be
occupies in the mind of the mighty and
aristocratic political higgler from the
region of Augustana.
The Union, realizing that its tactics
toward Mr. Fitzgerald have not made a
profound impression upon anyone but
Joshua Hasselquist and his little coterie
of admirers, now adopts a new course.by
claiming that Mr. C. II. Seidrl and his
German friends are opposing Mr. Fitz
gerald. This lie is branded by Mr. Sei
del himself, who not ooiy congratulated
Mr. Fitzgerald on the night of bis nom
ination. but promised his hearty support,
and Mr. Seidel is a man of his word.
Neither he nor his friends will be hood
winked hy one of "Juggler Josh's
schemes. Tbey are successful only in
The Schnessel secret caucus in the Fifth
ward, which the Akous exposed Satur
day night is indignantly referred toby
the Union as "dog in-the-manger tactics
ot two or three republicans." and the
Oaion further compliments these, "one
or two republicans" by sayir.g tbe star
chamber incident was conducted by de
signing democrats. This is simply an
other of the Union'i political falsehoods.
No democrat had the honor of being
present at that "dog-in tbe manger" cau
cus, and tbe entire proceeding. brillUnt
as it was, was concocted without demo
cratic assistance. The democrats of tbe
Fifth ward will decide upon their course
tonight, and will not do it in a "dog-in-the
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Coder Rock leland Boom.
So'c A neu t for Mc Sheet Motlc.
Catalogue fw. mailed to auy
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK. INLAXD, ILL,,
Grand Opening Spring Style,
8TCRDAY. MARCH 1, 1890.
BECAURE IT IS THE SOURCE OF BEAUTY.
You have seen a beautiful woman with a headache or toothache, was she beau
A man with a singing bunion had he a handsome face?
And a woe-begone look accompanies chronic pain.
On tbe other hand, a cheerful mind and bouyant feeling brings rose to the
cheek and sparkle to the eye.
Beauty depends on health, and health on comfort; and comfort depends on the
Corset that is if you wear one.
Then, are what we will talk of. In order to bring ear Corset Department into
somewhat greater prominence (if such is possible) we propose to give you this
week a splendidly made Satteen Corset in scarlet, cream, black, blue, pink and
gold for 49c, as good probably aa you usually pay 75c for our price this week 49c.
We keep tbe following popular and
Ball's. Madame Foy'g. Warner's Health, and Caroline. Carlotta. Ferris in ladies'
and misses' Loomer's Elastic hip. Common Sense, French woven. W. C. C. Caro
net's Favorite waists and others. Take comfort by wearing our popular Corsets.
Comfort is the source of beauty.
NEW CAPES Jersev Jackets for
at $3 50-. New China silks, figured. All
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
Ilarper'a 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 anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 128 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Don't You Want Something
r ill 1
The 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 yon would
likft 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 j'ou are disappointed at
all it will be to find them so low.
It would take more space than ia at my disposal here
to speak at all fully of the uew 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.
GK M, LOOSLEY,.
ie09 Second Avenue.
Men's Felt Shoes $1 00
" Felt Boot Overs 1 0
" Arctics 1 00
Alaska -,. ft)
" Rubbers 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 65
" Alaska 40
Boy 'a Arctics ; 50
M sses' nigh Button Gaiters " 60
" Arctics , ' ; 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these low prices I will eive away an Encvclow-Dia. valued at 18.
to each customer buying f25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
. Call in and let us show yon the Book and explain how joo can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE 1
well known Corsets in stock, and sell at
street wear, extra value at tS.OO. verv eood
wool Tennis Flannels, very pretty.
Rock Island. Illinois.
-IN THE SEW-