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Tbe erealcBt Muslin Underwear sale that
this section has ever known will he
opened this wees ai
Anions: tbe especially big leaders we
must mention a lot of plain chemises and
drawers, good muslin, at 14c; also good
utmlity of children's drawers at 14c;
corset covers, perfect fit, at 14c; ladies'
aprons Uc; children's twilled waists
Tbe 25j, 39i5 and 50c numbers will
mske a sensation pure." For fuller par
ticnlsrs see large hills and circulars de
bribing all the different gTades, styles,
We shall also call special attention
tin's week to some 27 different Btjleg of
corsets on which we shall offer special
ndvsntaees to induce purchasers, perhaps
in Hilvance of your actual needs for the
1 REMEMBER !
The Taciflc dress challies to be opened
on Monday a. m. at
Nutting like them at tbe price.
Table and floor oil cloths in basement.
CiSi e lare hand bills.
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avkndr.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can save money
by buying of ua now.
Wall Paper Company,
31-4 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. BOCK ISLAND.
WITH 4 LARGKR LIKE OF
FINE WALL PAPER
Than the combined stock of all the other dealers In the two cities.
Exclusive agents for the following six largest Wall Paper factories: Rlrse
& Sons, Janeway &, Co., Robert 8. Hobbs Co., Nevins & Haviland. New York
Wall Paper Co., and Robert Graves & Co.
SEE pUR BIRGE SPECIALS-
which include all tbe Art papers.
IvOKLlST &c ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and. Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
TWO A DT IjCt t
Birgain supplies that will cause sad ba
- uikq prices.
Olassware at half price.
Crockery at half price.
Tinware half price".
Remnants of cambrics.
Remnants nf silanii.
Remnants of prints at half price and
RflSpHall onnnllaa n .) A il - 1 .
"rrll;r "au uuoks ana
noes, at a fraction of the usual con.
A. nice new assortment of choice
triple plate silver tableware at much less
than Knit ..A - m.
.H.u Man. mi pi iuib ai one quarter price.
ID MAnnnflA 1a tKa nAr...in. j
, -vv iuu Kufu.a. ucuiKDU
lor COmcfth ninoa ISava .1.
r.rv uvuoioBci uicu nuniil'
er dray load of tbe aforesaid article, on
......... uaiua me unce one cent each
or 12c doz.
Lemon squeezers, jumping ropes,
batter ladles, il cans, hatchets.' shovels
and spades, all in the basement depart'
73 c worth $1.50.
Two job boy" white shirts at 16c
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
GAVJ5 BACK THE DEAD.
The W iters Disclose the Body o
The Unfortunate Hampton Ctrl I'cnad
at Vavenport Last EvenlncThe
Inqaeaf,Kip...AMa Kvent Recalled,
The body of "Jennie Warren, who was
drowned at Ilampton on the afternoon
of Saturday, Feb. 1 last, by breaking
tnrough the Ice while out with a skating
psrty, wafi found at the foot of Brown
street, at Davenport yesterday afternoon
oi two diys it had been visible to par
ties on the shore a small black speck, a
snort distc nee out in the stream, where
the body, was lodged upon a sand bsr.
There wi nothing about it to excite
special curiosity it was like innumer
able other black specks which dot the
the river at any time of low water. But
yesterday ufternoon at about 5 o'clock
Frederick Soerensen. impelled by curi
osity, rowod out to examine the object.
He found it to be the body of a young
girl, and r wed back to shore for a rope.
When he returned the body had be
come dislodged, and had started to float
down sires m. He fastened it to the skiff
and towed it ashore.
The Demoeart says of the discovery:
Chief K ssler, who is distantly related
to the 3ocog girl, was summoned, and
was soon on the scene. With bis help
and that readily given by other parties.
the body was soon removed from the
water and placed upon a stretcher. It
was a sickening sight. Long contact
with the water had bloated the features
beyond rec iRDitioo. Tbe skin bad peeled
off in gret.t patches. Striking against
snags and rocks had bruised the once
fair face, and there was little in the
corpse as it lay upon the bank to suggest
me lair gir. ot 17, who, prior to Feb. 1,
was one of the belles of Hampton.
Parties in Davenport who knew . the
dead gir) fay that she possessed a wine-
colored dnss. This was evidently the
original color of the dress upon the body
round last evening, though the action of
the water t ad Itf t it in color only a dirty,
faded ted. A jacket, a toboggan csp and
button shoes with the dress, made up
the visible clothing upon the corpse as it
was taken rom the river. Chief Kess-
ler immed ately telephoned a report of
the find to the girl's grandparents at
The nevs soon spread through the
neighboring portion of town, and men,
women and children filled with morbid
curiosity, made - up a gaping crowd
of several hundred, who pressed around
and peercti over tbe shoulders of those
who had ar-ived earlier and made Op the
As soon as possible the body was re
moved to J ;hn Siems' undertaking estab
lishment, end Coroner McCortney was
summoned. It as decided to bold the
in i) ues; at :30 this morning.
As reUted at the time, the young lady
bad been er joying skating on an ice pool
above tbe government dam with a party of
young people and had returned to Hamp
ton, when it was proposed to croas the riv
er, and the undertaking was attempted.
A young nan whose name is Charles
Sikes was si ating and pushing a bandsled
upon which Miss Warren was seated, and
when the channel was reached, the ice
suddenly cteaked and broke, and both
Bikes and l ie young lady went into the
river. The current was very swift at
that point aid in an instant Miss Warren
was swept under the ioe and lost, while
Sikes and his brother, who was a short
distance beliind and broke through the
ice at the same time, managed to hold on
to the ice acd call for help. Their com
panions were powerless to help them on
account of tie nature of the ice, but their
cries brought help from town with ropes
and poles, and tbe two boys were rescued
after being in the water twenty minutes.
From th tt day two months and eight
lays ago until yesterday, not a word as
to the location of the body had reached
the sorrowing grandparents, with whom
the young lady lived. A reward of $30
was offered by them shortly after the ac
cident, for its recovery, but all search
Charles S kes and a brother to Miss
Warren arrived from Hampton last night
to testify tit tbe inquest and accom
pany the renr ains back to Hampton. The
latter sprained his ankle whle alighting
from tbe train at the Milwaukee depot
and was driven to Davenport in a car
At the Inq icst this morning tbe body
was fully idi ntified as that of Miss War
ren, and a verdict of accidental drown
ing rendered The body was then liken
to Hampton by wagon for interment.
The Sidney, Capt. Boland, is expected
. Mr. Jonathan Zebley died at his home
at LeClaire Monday. He was one of the
best known steamboat builders on the
Pilots Wt sh. Uight, Andy Coleman,
and W. D. Holsapp'e haye entered into
an agreement to do rapids work night or
day, with beudquarters in this oity.
The crew of the Libbie Conger was
transferred t the Mary Morton on reach
ing Dubuque, and the steamer will arrive
here Friday afternoon in command of
Capt.Cubbeily, and bound for St. Louis.
Capt. David Asbury died at St. Louis
la3t week. He was sixty years of age
and held tha position of government
steamboat in ipector. lie was one of -the
best known men on the river from St.
Louig to St. Paul, and commanded for
years the p ilatial steamers that floated
the watera of the great river when steam
boating was it the heightb of il J prosper
ity. Capt. Durham, of the United States
snag boat, &ra. Barnard, ia now working
his way from St. Louis to St. Paul, pull
tog snags as he goes at the rate of twen-
tv-flve or tbi 'ty a day. Last season was
especially favorable for the snag boat
The low watsr allowed it to find and ex
tract snugs that otherwise would not
have been noticed, and which might have
someday dot e serious damage.
farm for Sal.
Twentv ac -es of land three miles south
.,f Orion. Ii: on which there are 400
fruit trees, t. good house 24x16 in size
with 16x16 k tchen. Uood outbuilding!.
pir m.lOO. v Also for sale a lot of live
stock. Inqu re of A. Johanaon, tailor.
Fresh butter and eggs at Browner's.
Nice oranges and bananas at Brown
The nobby Fedora hat at the "Why."
Inspect the Gas company's exhibit at
Do not miss seeing the gas company)
display at the Industrial fair.
See the "Why's" selections of suits.
suited to the spring season.
Choice lettuce, raddishes and spinach
at Browner's Elm street grocery.
Join the shorthand class. 1523 Second
avenue. Read ad. in want column.
Young men. you can find the nobby
redora bat at the "Why, Uavenport.
Examine the gas cooking ranges and
toe regenerative gas lamps at the indus
Mr. L. S. McCabe has purchased Dr
W. A. Paul's home in Edgewood park
Capt. and Mrs. Sam Van 8 ant. of Wi
nona, are stopping at tbe Hock Island
A sight of the Gas company's exhibit
is fully worth the price of admission to
tbe Industrial fair.
Miss L. Vandruff, of this city, leaves
this evening for Oakltnd, Iowa, on an
extended visit to relatives.
Maj. Quincy McNeil today received
notice of the death at Osceola. Mo , of
his brother, Dr. Clarence McNeil.
C. R. Hight of St. Louis, after spend
ing several days with bis father, Capt.
Wash Might, in the city, left for tbe
south this morning.
Geo. Washington was fined $3 and
costs by Justice Uawes yesterday for
disturbing ihe peace of mind of his fellow
African, Geo. Hubbard.
The marriage of Mr. V. L. McKibben.
of Portland, O.-e., and Mies Minnie Simp
son occurs at the home of the bride oa
Third avenue and Nineteenth 'street, this
Ours is the store that stands the test of
constant trade, and this "Why" we carry
nothing but the best. You doubt it.
Give our store a trial. The "Wh?"
clothing house, Davenport.
The Geis Brewery companv at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., in which Mr. Eiward D.
Kohn, formerly of this city, was a large
owner, has sold out to an English syndi
cate ior f sia.ixiu.
Capt. John O'Connor, the well-known
river man, is building a nice two story
dwelling on Twenty-second street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues. It
will be completed about June 1.
Patrick McHugh, who holds a respon
sible position in the division train dis
patcher's office of the C, B. & Q road at
ueardstown, returned home yesterday
afternoon after a short visit to relatives
in the city.
Mr. R. C. Benson makes a public re
traction of his accusations affecting the
honor of City Weighma9ter John Evans,
confessing that he did that official an in
justice, and expressing his regret at hav
ing done so.
Rev. D. C. Garrett, rector of Trinity
church Davenport, has received a call to
the pastorate of St. Mark's church, Seat
tle, Washington. He has not decided
whether he will accept or not, hut will
leaye for that pbice on Monday.
An important matter that escaped men
tion in the official proceedings of Monday
night's council meeting was a resolution
by Aid. Larkin authorizing the city engi
neer to devise plaos for a satisfactory
system of sewage in the upper part of
At the annual meeting of Trinity par
ish Monday evening, Mr. U. Crampton
was reelected senior warden, and Brn E.
Hall was elected junior warden. The
report of the treasurer, 11. H. Dart,
showed the parish to he in a flourishing
The new occupant r.f the ferry house.
John Curliss, on this side of the river.
keeps his place in a very clean and neat
condition . He has a patent stove which
he is agent for, called tbe Colorific oil
stove, which can be used for both cook
ing and healing.
State's Attornev Sturgeon has entered
a nolle prosse in tbe case of J. M. Davis.
of Edgington. indicted at the September
term last of the circuit court, for
alleged forgery of the names of Messrs.
Humphrey and Kane, of Andalusia, to a
note for $150, and the case has been dis
missed. Prof, and Mrs. John Biehl have had a
sd blow in the death this morning at
0:4a oi their son, John 11., familiarly
known as Harry, of exopthalmic goyter,
after an illness of about three weeks." He
had just passed his twenty-first
birthday, and was a young man ot much
promise and comfort to his parents. The
time of the funeral has not been decided
Mr. Asmus Wichmann was thrown
from a road cart on Twentysfourth street
between 'Second and Third avenues yes
terday and fell upon tbe right side of his
face in such a manner as to cut and scar
the cheek severely and inflict a gash on
the lip, in which Dr. Barth was obliged
to take a few stitches. The wounds are
none of tbem regarded as serious,
Again last evening was the Industrial
fair largely attended, and those who
were present were nicely entertained
with the two act dratni, "Above
the Clouds," by tbe South Rock Is
land Dramatic club, the cast of
which was exceptionally strong, and the
singing by Miss Alice Bostock heartily
appreciated. Tonight Mrs. Mil ton Jones
and her children giye aq entertainment.
Tbe Moline city council evidently
thinks the people of that oity did not
know what they were doing when they
voted to declare tbe Rock river bridge
tree, for last night it defeated a resolu
tion bearing out the wishes of the pee
pie as expressed through the ballot box
by a vote of g to 4. That is about as bra
liant a trick -as usually cornea from a
body of men with average intelligence.
A special dispatch to the Argvs from
Prophetstown received last evening, con
veys particulars of tbe storm's work there
Monday night in addition to that ob
tained prior to the time oi the Abids going
to press. It says that tbe extent or the
storm was about a mile square, that Mrs.
Ed. Hammond, whose house was lev
eled, was seriously injured, and that C.
B. Reynolds, whose bouBe was made a
complete wreck, was somewhat injured,
as was bis family, but not seriously.
D. A. Ohn, assistant general superin
tendent: E. D. Wright, division superin
tendent; Fred Pooler, private secretary
to Bupt. Olin, Edward Bates,, engineer
and superintendent of bridges and build
ings, all of the C, M. & St. P., came in
from Racine on Mr. Olin's private car
this morning and went over to Daven
port to confer with the Scott county
board of supervisors with reference to
the putting in of a viaduct over the Mil
waukee track near the orphan's home
back of Day en port.
'A Stai tre
,inn orhnrA thn minrhaser meets with
unvarying good treatment and is satisfied
that be gets the best goods at the fairest
. . r . i.ITrL-M I ft L
prices, aucn a store is me - noj dom
ing bouse, uaven porv.
The raodel husbands are tbe men who
An Entertaining Evening at the
Rooms in Bnford Block.
The Programme afflie Exrrelae. Ad-
drtase. Hnalrat Mrlertlona, Gir.
A iilaoce at the Boom.
The handsome suite of rooms of tbe
Schnell club on the second floor ot Bu
ford block on Seventeenth street, were
thrown open to the friends of the club for
the first time last eyening. A large num
ber of invited guests were present. Pres
ident J. P. Looney presided, and Mr,
Geo. P. Stauduhar acted as manager of
the programme. Tbe exercises included
the following carefully prepared and ex
cellently presented programme:
Instrumental solo "Come Back to
Erin," Miss May Larkin; address of wel
come. Rev. Thomas Mackia: oration
"Aims and Objects of Our Organization."
James W. Cavanaugb; vocal solo "The
Song that Reached my Heart," Miss
Aggie Dolly; es ssy "Biography of Gen
eral Phil Sheridan," J. II. Kane; vocal
solo "The Slave Ship." Miss Mav Maro-
ney; poem "The Burial of gir John
Moore," E. J. Sommer; declamation
"Father Roach," J. Frank Ksne; instru
mental solo "Off in the Stilly Night,"
Hiss Mamie Koe.be; reading "The De
bating Society." J. E Reidy; reminis
cences "My Early Days." M. Sehnell;
vocal solo "The Swing Song." Miss
Mamie Richards: music, Miss Eva Nor
Messrs. Reese and Wilson, of Moline.
also rendered a number of fine musical
selections, which had not been provided
for on the regular programme.
The purposes of this club which was
organized for religious, literary and social
advancement, were described some time
ago in the Argus but the principles as
set forth in the preamble to the consti
tution perhaps explain tbem in a more
specific manner. They are:
Believing the ia.erests of Christianity
and society are best subserved by being
united in association, and also that our
individual interests can be better ad
vanced by concerted action of our Cath
olic people, we therefore form ourselves
into a club to be known by tbe name of
the Schnell Literary and Social cliib,
these purposes and adopt the following
as its principles: .
f irst. We believe in the true American
form of government which guarantees to
our citizens tbe right to worship God as
they may deem best.
Second: We believe that no sect or de
nomination of christians should antago
nize their fellow ch-istians who are hon
estly endeavoring t save their souls as
best they can.
Third. We believe that tbe church and
state should ever be kept separate in vio
Fourth. We believe in a liberal educa
The club has three rooms namely, re
ception, card anJ game room and libra
ry, all of which are separate, but read
ily accessible to each other. All are
nicely carpeted, papered, painted and
appointed. The club will give a social
The4Wr.C. Coup Euescurriculum opens
a two nights' and Thursday afternoon
matinee engagement at Harper's theatre
tonight The St Paul Pioneer Pnns says
of the attraction:
The Minneapolis Grand was packed last
night, something that has not happened
for some time. The attraction consisted
chiefly of horse play, but not in the usual
metaphorical theatrical sense of tbe word.
This is a really and truly horse show, and
a good one. It was a production such as
has never before been seen on a stage.
and would not have been thought possi
ble except in this age of theatrical sur
prises. The principal performers were
sixteen splendid specimens of horse
flesh, and as intelligent as handsome.
They danced jigs, did sums in arithmetic,
brushed clo.hes, rang bells, got tbe mail,
went fishing, smoked pipes, erased fig
ures from a blackboard, distinguished
colors, rode rocking horses, went through
a military drill and wound up by fighting
a battle. Tue above catalogue is by no
means exhaustive, but it is illustrative.
Their trainer has the animals under per-
iect control, and has secured this mas
tery of the spirited creatures bv appeal
ing to their intelligence through kindness.
It hardly seems possible that a few years
ago they were running wild out in Ore
gon. Tbe audience was thoroughly
pleased, and the horses bowed their ac
knowledgments with all the grace of a
veteran actor. The shadowgraphs and
pictures in tbe air are interesting diver
sions. But tbe horse show bv itself is
fully worth the piice of admission.
Pat Rooney. the leading Irish come
dian, is to appear at Harper's theatre on
Friday evening in his new play, "Pat's
New Wardrobe." Read the following
from the Cleveland Xeu-Herald:
Pat Rooney appeared at the Cleveland
theatre last night in "Pat's Wardrobe,"
before an audience that entirely filled the
large house. the pjay is rather happily
named if the title means that it is a
elevens' constructed frame work to dis
play Mr. Rooney'a miscellaneous collec
tion of impersonations. It has just suf
ficient plot io keep tbe interest of the
auditor alive while he is off making up
for them. This is all that could be reas
onably expected of any play in which he
appears, for he is before the audlencs
the greater part of the time, and that is
all that Is wanted. He is quite unap
proachable in his line, and never tires bis
listener. It is surprising to see tbe ex
tent of his menu,. In at least two-thirds
of tbe play be reigns supreme. His calls
last night were numerous and hearty.
Tonight occurs tbe post lenten hop at
Mrs. C. C. Mclnlire gave a thimble
party yesterday afternoon.
Trinity Improvemeat guild is being en
tertained by Mrs. U. L. Eysler and Miss
Wright this afternoon.
The sixty -eighth birthday of Mr. F. C.
A. Denkman was celebrated by a happy
family reunion at Mr. Denkman's home
in the lower part of town last evening.
Hotels, butchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants, 2$ cents per 100 pounds.
Families taking 20 pounds daily, f 2 50
per month; families taking 10 pounds
daily, 11.75 per month; over 20 pounds,
85 cents per 100 pounds.
Pure Sylvan tee. Telephone 1063.
Office, Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-thir l streets.
The Improvement Guild of Trinity
church will serve tea ana wafers (or ten
cents at tha residence of Mrs. G. L. Eys-
ter, 1109 second avenue, Wednesday,
April 9lh, from 9 until 6 o'clock. A fine
aesortment of needle work suitable for
tea tables will be for sale. "
Uneasy is tbe head that is not crowned
with with one of the "Why'a" nobby stiff
hats, at f 1. 69, worth (3.50.
Mclntire bros. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Janauscbek, April 19.
See notice in want
'O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
At mf limitation, Hn Invretication wa had
Dy a committee of ihe city council into tne ac
counts of City WelphmgttT John Evans, the re
sult of which comnletelT vindicated and exonera
ted him from all fault or blame in the matter. I
wish to fay that I waa wrong in making the char
eea aeainst Mr. Krans which led to thie Investi
gation and exceedingly regret my action in the
niauer ana maie inn podmc retraction tor tne
purpose of eon interacting, aa fully aa I can, any
harm I may have done to the good name and rep
ot ation of Mr. Evans both as a man and a city
Kock Wand, Illinois, April 8th, 1900.
R. C. BENSON.
C A. Steel, - - Manager.
Wednesday and Thursday Even
ings, April 9th and 10th.
Grand Matinee Tuesday Afternoon at :40.
THE W. C. COUP
1G Educated Horses 10
who do eveiythlugbut talk.
The fi fK Performing Do?.
Tne Ureal and only Juggler -PeCami.
Brass Band and Orchestra.
Endorsed hy press, clergy aid school -superintendents
f5"Grand Street Parade each DayJ
at 11 :30 a. m.
Scale of Prices-Sand 50 cents: children nnrler
H years. SS cents; seals now on sale Matinee
prices 25 cents to all parts of the house; school
children under 12 years. 15 cents.
C. A. Stem.,
FRIDAY EVE, APRIL 11th
Fonr Grand Consolidated Attractions, The Great
The WitchlnR Elfin Star,
MISS KATIE ROONEY,
The Quaker Citv Quartette Laird. Ernest. Fieri
and Uraham. The New York Star Comedy Co.,
.losie Kooney, Emma Howard, James Vincent,
Warren Ashley and Wm Eunice. A perfect cast
for the chsiacters in Ihe popular musical,
comical comedy in one lannh. three acta and two
intermissions, ending at 10:.1 and called "Asana
PAT'S NEW WARDROBE.
O'Hoolan, Pat Roosit
The Pnnnlert Irih Comedian,
The superior of all dsni-era, and the
Drollest and Quainieot actor on earth.
BTXn extra charge for this the neat of all
ehowa. Pricea 25c.Nl; and Tic .
C. L. Graves, Buinei" Manager.
Ch as. A. Steil,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 15.
W. S. CLEVELAND'S
Led hv $100 00 a llay
(Hi lat appearance prior to a trip to Europe)
An merry, mirthful Doneherty. Burt MM-ppard,
loiin vueeo, ii:irry Lighton, I lie Two Virtus,
J . Marcus Doyle. CaXeel Rry.lt-s and
Snmptonns Sreclacnlnr Scenic flrt part, the
m.t unrenna ever produced. Venetian Niuhts.
The original Oriental Patrol march. The Egyptian
Phalanx, Aina.in AntiNilcan annex.
4 Little All Rights! 4
"HA. K Ci.cvKi.AKn, Hniiieft Maut.
Chas. Hoi.t.tn. tfene rnl Airent.
Grand Pnrale of this powerful urbanization on
ray of performance
Scale of Prcea -iV, !(V, T.rc and $1 .00 reserv
ed Heat may he eernred al Clemann SalKmatin'a
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
r-pietnre Cord. Twine, Nail
and IIok at lowest pricea.
Cull and cee.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Uoase.
IIC BUMS OT
1200.00 and Upwards
For aale, secured on land worth from
three to five timca the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi aimanlly. collected and
remitted free of charge,
E. W. HURST, .
Attorney at Law-;
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCS ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart.
BOCK 18LIID, I LI,
( n (I
Spring Styles now Ready..
In Our Curtain Department
Yon will find this week eight special
bargains in lace curtains.
The above mentioned are worth of
examination. Better ones too, if wanted.
Three special numbers in dress
52m. All wool 49c
62in. " " 5S
54tn. " " Broadcloth Finish, 73c
These flannels come in plain and
mixtures, and while suitable for dress
goods are being largely used for chil
dren's and misses' peasent cloaks.
Rock 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 of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTIIY, 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, 120 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREgNAWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
POPULAR STYLES, FIRST CLASS MATERIALS,
of every Weave, m
Prices ranging from 19c to ti.iS each.
FaBhion has dictated that the
popular Trimming for the sea
son shall be
Our stock Is not short one desirable Item. ,
About 100 different designs. Stylish and pretty. From $1.00 to 13.00.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladiea and .Gentlemen.
t3TTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia Talued at f 6 00 Riven away to each customer buying $85.00.
worth of Boots and Shoea. Call in and let ua show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL 8HOS STORE. 1818 Pccoad Atum.
ELH STREET SPOE 8TORX1
TENNIS Flannels, all wool, band
some assortment, fast colors, 49c per
SKIRTS We show this weak the
latest in ladies' spring skirts.
Black satin skirts, fast colors.
Grey moreen skirts.
Black moreen skirts.
Grey and black mohair skirts.
We offer tbem to yon at less prlcee
than you can make them for.
Please examine when you call tha
Double Fold Cashmeres yard, 10c
Our 75c Batten Corsets, 49a
Linen Towels. 6c
Fancy Linen Napkins, So
Misses' Blouse Waists. 68a
Ladies' Jersey Jackets, 13 50 and up.
No greater variety of shapes and braids
Especially the small, nch matsrial.