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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1890.
Cook Stoves f Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES.
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
jgfEstimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient Yon can save money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
312, 31-i Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
-WITH A LARGER LINE OF-
FINE WALL PAPER
Than thi- ffimliined slock of all the other dpalere in the two citie9.
C3"ExclU6ive K nta for the followiii!?
fc Sons, Janewtij fc Co., Roliert S. Hohba
Wall Paper Co., and Robert Graves & Co.
SEE OUR BTRGE SPECIALS-
which include all the Art papers.
KOHN & ABLER,
-Removed to 219
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 '
T. H. THOMAS,
' ' Druggist, Rock Island.
Rook Island, Ills.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenne.
frix largest Wall Paper factories: Birge
& Co., Nevios & HsviUnd, New York
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
Coughs; Colds, Etc.,
THI GUN FACTORY.
Col. Wh Itemore's Report of Rock
A laterettlBg Exhibit f the Pitas
In Contemplation la Conaeetloa
With the Via Plant Estimates'
The AitGus is in receipt from Con
gressman Gest of the official letter from
the secretiu-y of war,inc!uding the reports
of Gen. Benet, chief of ordnance, and of
Col. Whlltemore. commandant at RV
Island arsenal.concerniwi the arsenal and
the estimates and plans for the establish
ment of a gnn factory there. The report
of Col. Vfhittemore. which is accompa
nied by a great deal of descriptive mat
ter, maps, plates and diagrams, is as fol
lows: Rock Islajjd Arsenat. f 17
Sir:--I have the honor to submit a report
accompat ied by plans and estimates for
transmitt ng the power to be developed
in the wtter wheels in the new dam (in
whole or in part) by electricity.
The object of this report is to show the
advantaga and economy in transmitting
the above mentioned power by electricity,
instead of by wire rope and rigid shalt
ing. Thelaiter plan was decided nnai h
the department about sixteen years aeo.
and about one-tenth of it hus ulreaHc
been developed at a cost of $26,(KX).
lo conplete this system for transmit
tug the whole power of the dam by wire
rope and rigid shafting combined, will
cost as follows, viz, $ 230,099 62.
To bcin and complete this system by
electricity will cost $123,120.50.
Lops of 'lower by friction In transmitting the
hole 3,000 horsepower by Wire rope and rigid
For the so tth row of shops Sao
roriae no Kb row of phopa
Loas frtm generator, reaiannce in
motor ny itiecirlclty.
For the south row of shops 300
ror iob nt no row oi enops 800
The difference in running the two
shop9by wire rope and rigid shafting is
due to the difference in distance from
the source of the power requiring more
rope and more towers for carrying the
rope. It will be seen at first sight that
there is 90 horsepower in favor of the
wirerore and rigid shiifiing, assuming
hat 80 per cent is lost nv electricity, al
though some of the firms who deal in
electrics 1 apparatus claim that 30 per
cent is not lost in transmission. Assum-
ng that the whole system of wire rope
and rifiil shafting combined has been
comple'ed, and it is desired to run shops
A and li at the west ends of each row,
before darting the machinery in shop A
220 horsepower of resistance in wire
rope and rigid shafting has to be over
come. Before starling shop B 290 liorse-
power of resistance has to be overcome.
How is it by electricity?
The water-wheels being connected in
sets of four with generators, each gener
ator will be able to transmit its electrical
energy through a copper wire to any one
motor it any one time al any one shop at
a maximum loss of 60 horse-power out
or 2(10, giving 140 effective horse-power
to do ttie work.
With the wire rope and rigid shafting
transmission this 200 horse-power would
not su fle even to move the shaft for do
ne any work in shops A and B.
With a capacitv of 700 horse-power.
which is all that would be available un
der tie present condition of the water
power pool, 510 horsepower would be
lost in friction, and 100 left to do the
In electrical transmission 210 horsrv
power would be lost, leaving 490 horse'
power available for work, or a surplus of
3(10 horse-power in favor of electricity.
So far as the practicability of this sys
tem or transmission by electricity is con
ctrned, there are reliable firms ready to
contract for the work and guarantee its
C'omiarative cost in transmitting 2,000 home-
power Dy wire rone and rigid Hnaruiif;, as origin
ally coiileniiiiaten, ana by elertricity ax proposed
Kv wire rune and rijfid sbaftine ax fol ows. viz. :
Two n idergrouna KhHTta. complete.. .9
75. MS. 00
w ire r i e, puueya ana eoaiu
Shaft, and transmission machinery on
Tower for wire rope
7. ire rope, race ana nonse
Kxcnvation J17.H1B UU
Brio walls 17 SMI 00
Main willey house
Koumiatioii piers in pulley house.
T tal coatof plant $ a&C,Q99,62
By electric motors.
Toti. I cost of transmission machinery for elec
trie plant, a dam wall for transmitting 200 horse
Cost of elei'tric apparatus for generating and
transr.ilttmK SOU horse power to any part or the ten
shops $11,747 14
Totnl cost of electric plant on transmitting SOU
hore power S16.S12.06
JNi w if the cvnamos and motors are
manufactured at this arsenal the above
estimated cost can he red need $1 1,812 05
Makme the total cost of the nine additional plants
(106. :M 45. To winch add cost of first plants
Slti.812.05. Total cost or electric plant roi trans-
mittn g 2U00 horse power 3lZ3,lto so.
i-m. n hitteiork,
Colonel of Ordance CommadiDg.
In a supplementary report Col. Whitte
more; directs atention to me report oi iLe
gun factory board of 1884, which has al
ready received attention in the Argds,
and of which he soya:
Tlie report of the gun foundry board,
February 16, 1884, gives in detail the
heavy lathes, etc, required in a gun
placttoturn out one 12-inch ritte in
three weeks, about seventeen a year. Cost
of luthes, etc., about $150,000. In this
plati, herewith submitted, the building is
so arranged as to contain double the
above plant, which should turn out about
thirty-four 12-Inch guns yearly, machines
to cost about $300,000 (page 43, Report
of Oun Foundry Board). From what I
have already learned on this subject the
machines will cost about $000,000. The
eat plant at Watervliet Arsenal, to be
Dre oared for making five 12 -inch, seven
10-inch, and twelve S-iucn guns per an
num, twenty-four in all, has already
Dialed contracts for $402,254 worth of
machinery, and requires $103,000 more
It i . therefore, quite safe to state that
thin plant, to make thirty-four 12-inch
puns per annum, will require at the least
teiiO.OOO worth of machines. Althongh
in :his plan the building can be readily
supplied with shafting, I propose to run
all the large machines in the wing with
electric motors and dispense wiin snail
inf. If an electric motor can ran a street
car satisfactorily, with all Its sudden
chinces of motion, it is reasonable to
asuume that it can move a heavy lathe,
th'3 motion of which, from necessity,
very slow and steady, the surface of the
mt;tal being turned by the cntting tool
bsvingonlya speed of from 15 to 20
foot per minute. The motor can be
placed under the headstock spindle o
the lathe and connected with the lathe
by suitable driving gear. .
H. W. A. KHtui.
A special meeting of Island City Camp,
8i)9, M. W- A., is called for Saturday
erenine to make arrangements for the
funeral of oar neighbor, August Blom
q list. W. C. Maugkek, Clerk.
Rndi1v nains and accidents will occur
not onlv "in the best regulated families,
hat everywhere and at all times. Tbere-
fin keen SalTatian Oil conTenient
ilrice 25 cents a bottle.
t'hiate f Cdetorj.
Three of the best and most popular
conductors on the Rock Island & St.
Louis division of the C, B. & Q. received
information through the medium of offi
cial documents last evening that was as
much of a surprise to them as it will be
to their friends. Conductors J. J. SullU
van, W. O. Willis and T. V. Strain were
given simple notification that their ser
vices were no linger required by the C,
B. & Q. road. There were no explana
tions, no opportunities for defense, and
the recipients are naturally not only as
tonished, but grieved. No more faithful
trainmen ran into Rock Island, and peo
ple who are in the habit of traveling down
the Rock Island and St. Louis division
will testify to the polite and accommo-
dating disposition of all of these men.
Mr. Sullivan has been on this divis
ion of the Burlington road fifteen
years and be remarked to an An-
uus representative this morning that
he had not only discharged his duties
faithfully and conscientiously, but had
made many personal sacrifices that were
not expected in the interests of his era
ployers. This he believed to be true too
of Messrs. -Willis and Strain. Mr. Willis
has been on the division nine years, and
Mr. Strain eight years. All worked up
from the lowest rounds to their late po
sitions, and their treatment now is
very discouraging to them.
Messrs. Willis and Sulliyan will prob
ably both go to California where they
have had offers of desirable positions in
train service. Mr. Strain will likely
go into business on his own account, and
maybe in Rock Island. These three men
are highly respected, and their nu
merous friends would rejoice if all could
arrange to continue permanently in the
Conductors A. A. Rogers, of the
B -ardstown express, O. II. Creel, of the
Savanna passenger, and L. V. Studyvin,
of ths Monmouth and Bushnell middle
division local freight, have been promo
ted to the vacancies.
Pol Ire Points).
Sheriff Jones of Scott county has of
fered a reward of $100 for the quartette
of jail breakers that escaped Wednesday
A chestnut horse, buggy, harness and
dog were stolen from Wm. Coyne of
Black Hawk township last night, but
were captured this morning at Geneseo.
Constable Murphy came in from Coal
Valley and went over to Geneseo after
After the charge of assault against Pat-
scy Brady and Jack Mcllugh had been
dismissed, and a mot on for a change of
venue from Justice Hawes denied, the
prisoners were given a preliminary trial
before that justice this morning and
bound over in the sum of f 200 each, for
riot Mr. Adair Pleasant assisted States At
torney Sluageon in the prosecution, and
Messrs Win. McEninry and J. P. Loony
appeared for the defense. A change of
venue was granted in the peace warrant
case to Justice Cooke and the trial is
being held this afternoon.
A Plranant Nnrprl.
The Boston store of Davenport, cele
brated its third anniversary last Wed
nesday in a very appropriate manner by
giving to its lady customers who were
present each a beautiful rose. Over 2.-
000 roses were thus distributed on that
day. The success of the Boston store
has been almost phenomenal. Commenc
ing three years ago in a square room,
20x73, and with only eight clerks, it has
spread its dominions over the two large
store-rooms adjoining, civing it now
ground floor space of 65x90 feet in size.
size, and employing fifty clerks.
All the available space of the Boston
store is full of the latest novelties and
standard grades of everything in the dry
goods line. A feature of the firm's dealings
with the public is the fact that one price
to all. rich and poor, high or low, young
or old, prevails, and goods are offered at
prices that cannot be beaten anywhere.
This is the Biuret f tbe popularity this
enterprising firm enjoys with tbe pur
chasing public, and the presentation of a
rose bouquet to each of its lady pat
rons Wednesday is but one example of
its taste and thoughtful consideration
for its customers.
The ComlBK ( oly Hoard.
The incoming board of supervisors will
be composed as follows:
Rock Island Conrad Schneider, Ar
thur Bar rail, George B Browner, M C
Frick, Frederick Ludolph.
Moline 11 A Smith, h F Cralle, Q M
South Rock Island Geo Lamont.
South Moline James Hasson.
Cordova Jasper Forsyth.
Coe Jesse Daily.
Canoe Creek S W Woodburn.
Port Byron L 8 Pearsall.
Hampton W R Carey. "
Zjma L Hanna.
Black Hawk W T Kerr.
Coal Valley Frank Naylor.
Bowling 8 W Heath.
Rural J A Wilson.
Edgington R S Montgomery.
Andalusia Cbas Burgoyne.
Buffalo Prairie N G Elliott.
Drury C E Spickler.
Ucal lodge 60S, I. O. O. F., installed
its new offices last evening. District
Deputy Grand Master J. F. Yan Horn ass
sisted by Past Grands S. B. Stoddard J.
D. Stratten and J. J. Alberry officiating
N. Q G. D.Petcher.
V. G.-B. D. Lamont.
Rec- Sec W. T. Stafford.
Per. Sec. J. F. Van Horn,
Tress. W. II. Scott, f
War. J. G. GanBert.
Cond. 8. I. Woodin.
O. 8. G P. H. W. Nehlsen. .
R. 8. N. G. J. J. Alberry.
L. S. N. G. W. Sehnert.
8 V. G. W. Baker.
Past Grand J. F. Van Horn was elected
representative to the Grand Lodge.
2 Fred D Gould to 8 A Larson, lot 1,
block 2, H P Edwards 2d ad, Moline,
Moline Water Power Co to Moline
Pipe Organ Co, part lot 6, Manufactur
ers' ad. Moline. and part nel, 31, 18, lw
3 Guardianship of minor heirs of
Cbas L McCartney. New bond in fin-U
sum of $600 filbd and approved.
UCXKSED TO WKO.
S Samuel Schafer, Zuma. Pruda M
Holsapple. Moline. ,
8 Chas A While, Swedona, Josephine
1 have a supply of good, clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. dixgeibt,
Ducks at F. G. Young's.
Gloves fitted at Bennett's.
Eggs 12 cents at Browner's.
Ef gs 12ic a dozen at Long's.
Fresh eggs 12 cents at Bennett's.
The Industrial fair opens tonight.
Lettuce and raddishes at Browner's.
Apples.bananas and oranges at Long's.
White on on sets bottoms at Long's.
Neckwear salt at Simon & Mosenfeld-
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at Ben
Tomorrow will be the last day of
Choice bananas and oranges at Ben
Maple sugar and cocoanuts at F. G.
Oranges, lemons and bananas at
Eggs 12 cents per dozen at F. G.
Leave your order for a fine Easter din
ner at May's.
Lettuce, spinach and beets at F. G.
Mr. W. S. Parks, of Edgington, was in
the city today.
The Black Hawk Homestead aesocia
tion meets tonight.
Ladies' and m:s?es' fine kid gloves at
Bennett's glove store.
Supervisor Jacob Wait, of Edgington,
was in the city today.
For three days 50c ties at 25c, at Si
mon & Mosenfelder's.
J. C. Adams and wife have returned
from a flying trip to Chicago,
Admired by all those fine new cham
ber suites at Kann & Flemming's.
Choice of any necktie in the house
for 50c, at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Today, Saturday and Monday 75c and
SI scarfs at 50c at Simon & Mosenfeld
Now is the time, and Eann & Flems
miner's is the place to buy your new par
Phil Mitchell Watson, of Indianapolis.
is visiting his grandfather, Mr. P. L.
For rent house and six acres on the
bluffs, next east of South Park. Guyer
Special bargains in boy's suits at the
Golden Evgle tomorrow. Free marbles
for the boys.
Tbe merchant tailoring department at
the Golden Eagle is booming. Call and
see for yourself.
For rent May 1st, saloon now occu
pied by Tbiesen & Nissen, 1616 Second
avenue. Guyer & Sweeney.
Lay in your spring supply of necks
wear. Simon & Mosenfelder's ofler
holds good for only three days.
Mr. E. Wright is arranging to open a
practical plumbing establishment in Har
per's theatre building on Sixteenth street.
The C , B. & Q. round house at Mon
mouth was damaged by tbe storm yester
day to such an extent as to render it un
Buy a new hat for Easter. The Gol
den Eagle have an immense assortment,
and at very low prices. Free marbles to
Easter cards, booklets and novelties
some exquisitely gotten up art goods
appropriate for the season, at R. Cramp-
ton (X uo s.
Purchasers of household goods in fur
niture and carpels are invited to call and
inspect the fine line of goods to be seen
at Kann & Flemming's.
The Golden Eagle are showing an ele
gant line;of Easter suits, and at ridiculous
ly low prices. Early selections are ad
visable. Free marbles to the bovs.
Simon & Aiosenfelder want to intro
duce their new styles of neckwear. They
sell 75c and $1 goods at 50c; half a dollar
goods at a quarter; 25c goods at 18c.
Come down town and see the labor
torchlight parade tonight and then follow
it to Armory ball and encourage tbe In
dustrial Home society on its opening
The Relief society will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock over Loosley's
crockery store. All committees and ward
managers are especially requested to be
Col. Clendenin, of the Sixth Infantry. I.
N. G., has been ordered by Gen. Vance
to meet the young men of Geneseo for
the purpose of organizing a company of
Tbe ladies of I. F. A. acknowledge tbe
receipt of a beautifully hand-painted
cushion and bair pin receiver from Miss
a. .Laurie Hill, and a lovely shawl from
The regular monthly meeting of the
Y. W. C. T. U. will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms. All members are reouested to
come and bring their f- ends.
The sociable and supper in the parlors
of tbe Broadway church last night was
largely attended. Tbe booths were very
pretty, and numerous Easier novelties
were sold, and a fine supper was served.
The following specialties can be had
for a fine Sunday dinner at May's: Fresh
strawberries, spinach, lettuce, new peas.
new potatoes, asparagus, pie plant.
onions, raddishes, beets, cucumbers, to
matoes, parsley and new cabbage.
A number of prominent democrats met
at tbe Rock Island house today and per
fected a temporary organization of a tar
iff reform league in Rock Island county
with S. W. Woodburn as president and
K. 1. Wait as secretary. Adjournment
was taken to 10 o'clock on the morning of
the day of the meeting of the democratic
It is expected that a hundred nuoils
will enter school for the first time at tbe
opening on April 14th, and it would save
all parties interested much annoyance If
each took bis certificate of vaccination' at
the beginning of tbe term". The law
should be and will be enforced, and no
one needs to suffer any inconvenience in
complying while the health commission
er is ready to accommodate all appli
The Norwegians of Moline and Rock
Island are arranging for a celebration of
tbe .Norwegian Independence Day. May
17, at some convenient place on tbe bluff.
It is proposed to have a short address or
two, music, and a picnic In the afternoon
and dancing in the evening. It is stated
that there are about fifty Norwegian fam
ilies in Moline and probably about half
that number in Rock Island, all of whom
will probably attend the celebration. Tbe
day is generally celebrated in all the
larger cities of their native country with
as much interest as on the Fourth of July
in the United States. Moline Republic
The funeral of the Moline newspaper
man, Ueo. U. Thompson, occurred from
the Methodist church there yesterday af
ternoon. Rev. G. W. Que, state chaplain
of the grand army, officiating in an ap
propriate discourse. The members of
Graham post, to the number of about for
ty. attended in a body. The following
perse ns, all members of the old Nine
teenth regiment, of which the deceased
was a member, officiated as pall-bearers:
E E. Whejleck, L. Brown Mapea, Theo
dore nneeiocav reter Benson, w. S
Ransom, John L. Huey and M. A-Gould.
Tbe singing was furnished by a quar
tette, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
McPherson and Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Sale.
Tbe services at the grave in Riverside
cemetery were in accordance with the
grand army ritual, and a beautiful
wreath with the inscription, G. A. R.,"
was used in tbe ceremony.
A Baa- ef Asmorte Marhlea.
Commencing tomorrow morning at 8
o'clock, the Golden Eagle clothing store
will give to their boy friends a bag of as
sorted marbles with every sale. They go
to the boys free with every sale:
Necktie A bag of marbles.
Collar A bag of marbles.
Shirt waist A bag of niarbka.
Hat A bag of marbles.
Suspenders A bag of marbles.
Handkerchief A bag of marbles.
Shirt A bag of marbles.
Stockings A bag of marbles.
Short pants A bag of marbles.
Boys, if you cannot have any of these
things yourself, ask your papa, uncle.big
brother, cousin, friend, your sister's best
young man or a stranger if you dare, to
go to the Golden Eagle and buy some
thing and get you a bag of marbles.
Best stock of men's and boys' spring
clothing, hats and furnishings in Rock
Island. Lowest prices and free marbles
for the boys.
The Brick Factory.
Messrs. Meade and Butterworth have
practically decided to locate the brick
factory of the Rock fork Construction
company at Scars, where will be had the
advantages of tbe electrical power from
the Sears plant, and also tbe most desir
able clay. A switch will be put in by
the R. I. & P. road, and the location
there will tend to stimulate and develop
the country south of us.and the action of
the company will, therefore, be regarded
with general public favor. A force of
eight men are employed prospecting in
the vicinity of the chosen site.
Advrrtlnrd List or letters X. 14.
List of letters uncalled for at the Postofllce at
Rock Island, Root Island county, Illinois,
April 4,11: o:
Allney Frank Howell John
Anderson Charles l.nndberg Lonis
Bell Mrs J W McCnnnell Her J as K
Bogus Mrs N W Impl'mt W Co
Oosson Charles Reittel Re J R
CollinsO K Rosenstein Louis
Chnbnck W W Sloan Mrs Hert T
Dyer Bill Wloon Mrs C Agt H Plat-
Edwards Mrs I. Thomp-on Miss J ter
Hawkins V H Agt ToppingC W
lle.kl Mrs Jean Wilson Louis
Woodbnra Mary A
Wilson Mrs J C
HOWARD WELLS, P. U.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is on the flood tide
of popularity, which position it has
reached by its own intrinsic, undoubted
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
Wednesday and Thursday Even
ings, April 9th and 10th.
Grand Matinee Tnesday Afternoon at 1:40.
THE W. C. COUP
-Educated Horses 1G
who do everything bat talk.
The $Vf 00 Performing Does.
The Great and onl Jaceler - PeCamo.
Brass Band and Orchestra.
Endorsed by press, clergy atd school
2"Qrand Street Parade each DayJtB
at 11 :30 a. m.
Scale of Prices S5 and 5(1 cents; children nnder
It years. 5 cents; seats now on sale Matinee
prices tSS cents to all parts of t he house ; school
cnuaren under ix years, ia cents.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1825 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Bonae.
So'e Ageut for 10c Sheet Mnaic.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
m sums Or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest ? per cent aeml annually, collected and
remitted free of charga.
E. W. HURST,
Attoknkt at Law
Rooms S and i Masonic Tempi,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart.
BOCK ULAXD, ILL.
- CABYRIBUK HJUaV
Spring Styles sow Beady.
BECAUSE IT IS THE SOURCE OF. BEAUTY.
You Lave seen a beautiful woman with
A man with a singing bunion had he a handsome face?
And a woe-begone look accompanies chronic pain.
On the other band, a cheerful mind and bouyant feeling brings rose to the
cheek and sparkle to the eye.
Beauty depends on health, and health
Corset that is it you wear one.
Then, are what we will talk of. In order to bring our 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 as you usually pay 75c for oue price this week 49c.
We keep the followine popular and
Ball's. Madame Foy's. Warner's Health, and Caroline, Carlotta. Ferris in ladies'
and misses' boomer'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 Jersey Jackets for street wear, extra value at $5.00. very good
at $3.50. New China silks, figured. All
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMAXN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted np
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 anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIY1ANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.-
Friday and Saturday, April 4-5.
New Spring Styles
In choice EASTER HATS and BONNETS, and Mil
linery Novelties, exclusively our own.
3A11 are cordially inylted.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
IJgTTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia Talued at 6 00 given away to each customer baying: $25 00
worth of BooU and Shoe. Call in and let as Uow jou tbe book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0S STORE, 1818 Becoad Arena.
KLM 8TRXXT SHOE 8TORX
nti Fifth a.tbu.
a headache or toothache, was she beau
on comtori; ana comiort aepenai on up
well known Corsets in stock, and sell at
wool Tennis Flannels, very pretty.
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