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fpTiTF Trnir tct im 4 omro wnrn a v atjwtt 01 men
Arc a Nuisance.
Why not shut them out? and keep
Mosquitoes are as bad, if not worse
than flies, and should be excluded from
Have solved the problem. Absolute ex
clusion of Flies and Mosquitoes at 28o.
38c or 48c for each window. The cost
is but nominal. These screens are all of
best quality wire netting, color either
green or black, with hard wood frames,
(Red oak) oil finish, all 24 inches high,
size adjustable, 19 to 24 in. in width,
at 28 cents.
Adjustable, 24 to 29 inches, 38c.
29 to 35 " 48o.
Mosquito bars we quote at same old
prices as last year, 28 and 34c apiece.
The manufacturers have formed a com
bination and prices are now advanced
upwards of 20 per cent, and will prob
ably go still higher before the end of
A small lot of small check and stripe
Seersuckers at 6 l-2c
60 pieces handsome new patterns
plaid and stripe dress styles Seer
suckers at 8 l-2c.
W Elpfrant now nnttftrrm TVpaa ntnph.m. an.1
and colorings licit shown earlier. Worthy of trip
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcowd Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to tbe wise is sufficient Yon can save money
by buying of us now.
We have ju-t received a very large line of Wall Taper, bonght at oor own pri.-ea, to rloe
Factory line and will offer the entire lot. until gone, at prices never heard of before in the
WALL PAPER BUSINESS.
Stand-trd Browns, Blanks at ?., ?i. 4, 4i and 5c a roll.
Stanlurd Whites, full vreiht, 8 yards to roll, tJrst-claM in every way, 4Jc
a roll. Micas 4: a rol' .
Gilt Goods, HJ. 6, C.. 8, 10 and 12.: a roll.
Eniho.xm-d Bronzed Solid Gold, 13a a roll.
Buy at once before they are all gone.
Wall Paper Company,
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
fjy Painting and I'aper Ilanj.'lng done on
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Of interest to everybody. 1800 yards
36in. dress flannels at 19c a yd.
Big lot new fancy stripe novelty
spring suitings, width 36 inch, have
sold for 45c, now 25c a yard.
New Dress Patterns
Fancy new stripe and plain combin
ation suit patterns at $5-13. A big
bargain and will go quick.
Your choice of a lot of new color
ings, including ameythist. modes, tans
and navies, fine serge cloth, side bands
and plain combination suits for only
$5.42- Take a look at these before
choicest shades are gone. These two
great bargains are exceptional values,
and we shall not need to urge you to
purchase. A new lot of 36 in. English
cashmere in all colors at 1 6 1 -2c a yd.
donlile width toile du nords Just received Styles
to fee them.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Druggist, Bock Island.
SCANDAL AND SUICIDE.
Recorder Fritz Sasennriehl of Scott
Ctunty Takes His Life.
A Men tional Monday Tragedy at
l'aveni.ort The dreomstanee Al
lrgrd t Have Prompted the Aft--Impilr
ttinx the Wife or a Ie
reaaed fount)- Official.
Fritz Husenmiehl, recorder of Scott
county, committed suicide yesterday
morning at 5 o'clock by shooting. At
about thivt time his wife was aroused by
the muffled report of a revolver in the
ro m beneath her sleeping chamber.
She went to Mr. Susenmiebl's room
aid find ng him not there descended to
the first floor, and in a room directly
under Ik r bed room lay her husband on a
sofa in t is night clothes. He gasped his
last breath as she reached his side. On
the floor a short distance from the cot
lay a thirty-eight calibre five chamber re
volver. One barrel was empty and
smoking. On the night shirt directly over
the heait were two cuts in the form of a
cross. At the point of one of these was
a bullet hole with powder marks around
the edgi.'s, showing that the muzzle of
the weapon mu9t have been placed very
close w ien the shot was fired. So much in
brief detail are the facts that brought the
horrified wife to a realization of what had
happened. A physician was summoned,
and pronounced Mr. Susenmiehl dead.
Coroner McCortney was notified, and
after eiapannelling a jury viewed the re
mains, and postponed the inquest until
The tragedy created a profound sensa
tion in Davenport. Mr. Susenmiehl had
been about his work Saturday as usual.
and left his office late in the evening.
There was nothing observed in his de
meanor by those who last saw him to
arouse any suspicion of rash thoughts
lodging In his brain. He was just com
pleting his second term as county re
corder, and prior to his election to that
office v as deputy U. S. marshal for the
northern district of Iowa. For many
years lie was deputy sheriff under the late
sheriff, Nat Leonard. He was in fact one
of the moat active and prominent demo
crats n eastern Iowa. Those in a posi
tion to know state that financial difficul- j
tics did not enter into his suicide, and
they look for the development of a scans
dal at the coroner's inquest which is be
ing h -Id with closed doors.
It uss been currently rumored for some
time that Mr. Susenmiehl was unduly In
timate with the wife of the late Sheriff
Nat Leonard, and at ttie time of the lat
ter's death it was said that the sheriff s
form er deputy had so interfered with the
domestic happiness of Mr. Leonard's
household as to drive him'to desperation.
and that he had resorted to dissipation to
such a furious extent that it was the ac
tual cause of his death. Now it appears
that about 11 o'clock Saturday night, a
bacl.mn called at Mrs. Leonard's house
to convey away a toy who had been in
jured by a fall on the sidewalk
and had been carried into the bouse
unt 1 the arrival of tie convey
ance. hue the hack man was con
vening with Mrs. Leonard, Susen-
mic-hl suddenly burst iato the room, and
af t r striking Mrs. Leonard across the
head with a stick, directed his attack
upon the hackman whom be drove from
the house at the point of a revolver.
Bring a bullet at him as he fled. The
conclusion druwn now in tht Susenmiehl
was exceedingly iea?ous concerning
Mis. Leonard, and that this mad infatua
tion, coupled with his mortification at
what he had done in his moment of insane
fu-y, led to his suicide. It is a distress
ingly ugly case in all its particulars.
Mr. Susenmiehl wa3 fifty years of age.
and leaves a wife and three sons, who are
htld among ihe most highly respected
people of Davenport.
Thr IndUMtrlat Fair CIokfh.
The Ilick Island Industrial Home as
sociation closed its two weeks' exhibit at
Armory hall Saturday night, when a large
n amber of articles were raffled off or sold
a: auction. Chas. Evans, of the Fifth
ard, won the gold headed cane for the
most popular alderman, having 334 to 11
t r Alderman-elect Durmann, and 2 for
Alderman-elect Qeiger. The gold watch
t3 the most popular young lady was voted
to Miss Louise Englin, who had 320
votes to 1 35 for Miss Florence Bostock,
und lltij to Miss Emma Ohlweiler, and
11 to Miss Alice Henderson.
Prizes were drawn as follows:
Suit pattern, John Tender, 29; large
loll, L'zzie Iten, 33: overcoat pattern.
Peter Fagerberg. 153; silk quilt. Miss
Alice Bostock, 293; leather rocker, Sam
uel Greves, 110; pair shoes, Mrs. Louis
Richard, 27; pants pattern, Edward
Bauresfeld, 43; fork and spoon. Charles
Lovejoy, 380; peacock banner, A. P.
Uorst, 117; glass water set, Joseph Gro-
tegut 21; silver nut bowl. Miss Kate
Brady, 45; lady's shawl, Miss Annie
Stechlin, 24; small hall rack, 175; picture.
1'hil Megnest, 219; range, John Shanck,
525; lounge, Olive Lyon, 359; plush
rocker, Mrs. A. 11. Johnson, 71; table
scarf, Mary Crowley, 25; tile stove, Louis
Glockboff, 9; large hall tree, R. P.
Schanmm, 279; dressing case, Christ
Schatz, 318; dress pattern, Annie Stech
lin, 2; silver water set, W. S. Knowlton,
306; pair gloves. Thomas Mabley; cham
pagne, Charles Frick, 109.
Bert Bradey and Chas. Bady were each
fined $3 and costs for bsing drunk and
Andrew Dwyer, of Lyons, was tearing
through the streets Saturday night shout'
ing "murder," "fire," etc., and Deputy
Marshal Long took compassion on him
and those who were obliged to hear him
and took him to the station. It was
simply a bad case of "snakes." The
man felt better this morning and was sent
The Stillwater went north.
The Jack Frost went north with a num
ber of barges for Ice.
The Pittsburg, the flagship cf the Jo
line, passed down this afternoon.
The stage of the water at noon today
was 7:80; the temperature 70 above.
The Stillwater and C. J. Caffrey came
from above with eight strings of logs
Dress goods see Mclntire Bros.' adv
Summer underwear See Mclntire
John Barge took out a license to marry
Ann Dunning this afternoon.
Wanten Ten firstclaBS painters at the
Adams' Wall Paper Co.
Items of interest to everyone in McCabe
Wanted Ten firstclass painters at the
Adams' Wall Paper Co.
Look out for the flies and mosquitoes.
See McCabe Bres'. adv.
Wanted Ten firetclass painters at the
Adams' Wall Paper Co.
Mr. Geo. L. Wynes came in oft the road
to spend Sunday in the city.
Adjustable window screens commenc
ing at 28 cents at McCabe Bros.
36 inch mixtures In dross flannels only
19 cents per yard at McCabe Bros.
Mr. Morris Rosenfield started for the
east this morning on bis way to Europe.
Hamilton Terry of this city, left this
morning for Colfnx Springs for his
Yesterday broke the record of seven
rainy Sundays immediately succeeding a
Have you seen the 35 and 50 cent win
dow shades with spring rollers complete
Mr. Chas. Hodges is receiving congrat-
ulations on the advent of a sweet girl
baby in his household.
Mr. Harry Truesdale, of Minneapolis,
spent yesterday in the city with the fam
ily of Dr. C. C. Truesdale.
The largest, newts and choicest stock
of wall paper in all grades at prices sur
prising low at Crampton's.
Flags will be presented to public
school buildings 2, 3. 4. 6 and 7, at 4 p.
m. on Thursday of this week.
The flag staffs were erected in the var
ious public school buildings not already
so provided this morning.
Novelty suit patterns, newest shades,
elegant styles, $5.13 and $5.42, will sell
without talk at McCabe Bros.
Capt. Whitney has arranged to deliver
sand to the city in flat boats, and all or
ders for the same may be left with Davis
Best quality hand made shading, popu
lar colors. Hartsorn spring roller shade
made and put up in the best manner by
K. Crampton & Co.
Aster's city bakery wagon and Young's
grocery delivery wagon are fresh evi
dences of the skill of Fred Alter as a
fancy and artistic painter.
Get a complete box of Marcus Ward &
Co.'s Irish linen note paper and envel
opes. Introduction price twenty cents
only at Crampton's.
Mr. J. F. Munger has accepted a posi
tion as bookkeeper and manager of the
First avenue office of Davis & Company's
plumbing and machine shops.
500 sample boxes at half price to more
thoroughly introduce the famous Irish
linen papers were put on sale this
morning by II. Crampton & Co.
The price paid by Mr. L. V. Salzmann
for the lot in Hodman's addition pur
chased of M. Higgins was $550, instead
of $350, as has been stated erroneously.
Capt. C. W. Durham has made a lucky
sale of five acres of land in Chicago in
which be invested f 25'J fifteen years ago.
and which he disposed of Saturday for
Lumber men predict the biggest cut the
coming season that the saw mills along
the Mississippi have tvr made. The
weather conditions of the past winter
have been extremely favorable for loggers
Tbe board of managers of Augustana
college are figuring on an artesian well
with a view of utiliziog it for running a
water motor for lighting the buildin; hy
electricity as weli as supplying it with
Sheriff Silvis has given Commissioner
Jackson of Spencer square, a magnificent
oleander for the decoration of the park.
Mr. hilvis has in this shown his taste and
appreciation of the beautiful and also set
a good example.
Mr. W. II. Munger has given up his
position in charge of the Market square
barns of the Holmes' Davenport and Hock
Inland line and has assumed his former
place as lime keeper for the contracting
firm of Atkinson & Oloff.
The Adams Wall Taper company has
twenty-three paper hangers on its rolls
and can give employment to fifty good
men if it could secure them. This shows
the extent of the improvements going on
in hock laiana this spring.
Vandals broke down the mail box at
the corner of Seventh avenue and Twen
ty seventh street Saturday night and
broke a hole in the box but got, nothing
out of it. Postmaster Wells is investi
gating the case and hopes to apprehend
Thomas Terry of No. 513 Sixteenth
street, fell from a snaffold on the
Skinner building, Moline, this forenoon
and broke his right arm above and below
the elbow, lie was conveyed to his
home where Dr. Wcsscll of Moline, re
duced the fracture.
Thirty good men and true have put
down their names for a complete set each
of the great Encyclopaedia Britannica,
which is now being sold at extremely low
prices, and on easy payments at Cramp
ton's. Don't let this opportunity slip.bul
go at once and do likewise.
Rev. March Chase, of Mineral Point,
Wis., is making a visit in tbe city, the
guest of Judge and Mrs. Lucian Adams,
officiating at Trinity yesterday, the rec
tor, Rv. R. F. Sweet, having exchanged
with him tor the day, the latter visiting
his sister at Mineral Point.
TnntllQfl I f tflA nilBtnitlB.il Dn.nlnn a, , .
noutn rars cuapei tomorrow evening,
there will be a meelinp conducted by Mr.
F. W. Lang and a band of Y. M. C. A.
boyg. Topic, "The Gospel for Young
Men." Young men and boys are espec
ially asked to be present, though all oth
ers will be welcome.
Census Enumerator Bailey, of Prince
ton, complains of lack of applications for
census takers in Rock Island. He needs
eleven in the city he says, and so far has
received but two applications. Tbe
First, Sixth and Seventh wards are to be
single districts and the Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth are to be divided into
two districts each.
There was an excitinsr race between
iron steeds between Port Byron Junction
and Moline this morning, tbe track
of two roads running parallel for
that distance, engine 24 on the
Milwaukee, and 164 on tbe Burling
ton, pulling three passenger coaches
having it neck and neck, and the Mil
waukee engine pulling into Moline two
car lengths in the lead.
The first number of thj first volume of
the Democratic -Her old, published bv J.
8. Yeargin & Pon. L T. ("Nixie") Year
gin. at Harrisburg. Saline county, has
made its appearance. It is a neat paper
whose cieciarauon or policy is "a
staunch democratic newspaper published
tn the interests or a civil town and an
Mr. D. Bisant, of Denver, and formerly
oi kock isiana, wno was in the cut yes
terday attending the meeting of the R.
R. C. of the Rock Island system, received
' last evening a telegram from his wife an
nouncing thit a son had been seriously
injured by falling from a bycicle while
crossing a bridge. Details were not
given. Mr. Bisant started tor the west
last night, and any facts as to the boy's
condition will be awaited with anxiety by
many friends in Rock Island.
The body of an infant was found Sat
urday afternoon in a box on tbe river's
edge near Weyerbauser & Denkmann's
mill, Davenport. It was discovered
about noon, when four boys passing by,
espied the box and opened it. hoping
that it contained bait. The infant was
evidently the result of premature and
unattended birth, and may either have
been buried in the saw dust and uncov
ered by tbe rising waters, or have floated
down tbe river and lodged where found.
Coroner McCortney viewed the remains
and consigned them to an undertaker for
Mr. Fred Has, president of the Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association,
leaves tonight for Chicago where he joins
Messrs. Morris Rosenfield and Chas. IT.
Deere and with them proceeds to Wash
ington. Mr. Hass will remain at the
capital at least two weeks in the interests
of the proposed viaduct over the tlan
eerous crossing at the foot of Twenty
fourth street. Mr. Hass hopes to secure
provision for the important measure in
the sundry civil bill now pending be
fore the committee on appropriations and
will no doubt succeed.
Licksmitb Fiebig went to Fulton Sat
urday to examine tbe safe in the general
store of Geo. Debey. Burglars had
placed a piece of dynamite in a hole
which they had bored in the outside door
of tbe safe and the force of the explosion
was so great as to blow the door twenty
feet and there was not a piece two inches
in size left. Tbe handle and dial of the
inner or burglar proof door were blown
off, but the door remained intsct. The
explosion awoke the denizens of the vil
lage and tbe burglnrs fled, but the han
dles and dial being blown off, the owners
could not get it open tbe next morning;
hence it was that Mr. Fiebig's services
were in demand. It did not take him
long to eet into the safe property, in which
were $500 which the safe blowers failed
to get. This is the third safe Fiebig has
opened at the same place.
MOLINE'S BIG BLAZE.
Fire Plays Ilavcc With Two rrom
The IVilnon Baggy and Herhler Car
rlaxn Work Damaged 30,4Mto
torlh Tiir aar ana InMuranrc
At 2.1 5 yesterday afternoon fire lrok
out in the woodjshop of the Moline Bug
gy company's factory owned solely now
by Mr. J. II. Wilson, of this city, and
the flames gained such rapid headway
that they spread to the paint and black
smith shops which they soon wiped out,
and before the firemen could make any
impression upon them. The wind also
carried the sparks to the wood shop of
the Sechlcr Carriage works, which join
the buggy company's property on the
west, and swept away the large new
building used ss a paint shop and store
room for carts.
The hook and ladder truck from this
city went to the rescue, and the firemen
after a brave fight subdued the fire and
saved other property, which was for a time
in eminent peril. Tbe fire is believed to
have had its origin in a pile of shavings
in the wood shop of the Moline Btiecv
company, where some boys had been
playing, and who very likely applied
matches to the shaving.
The loss is $15,000 at least, on each
plant, a total of $30,000. The insurance
on the Buggy company is $13,500, which
is distributed as follows:
Hmiover. N . Y
The insurance on that part of the Serbs
lor Carriage work9 destroyed is $14,500,
thepolic'us being held by the following
Mtlnmkfp Mechanic " f 1.010
Northwestern Nuliiiual l.iui
Connecticut Fire S.O t
tiunrilmu of London. X'!
Fire Anri.H:oti of I'hiladeli hin z.iKM
Amcrirnn Fire 2.om
St. 1'aul tire 2.500
The buggy works will not be able to
resume for several days, but the loss to
carriage factory will not interfere with
tbe operation of the works.
At Ihe Theatre-.
Madame Janauschek's presentation of
"Meg Merrilies" at Harper's theatre Sat
urday night was a disappointment. The
suppott was limited, and on the whole
weak, while the tragedy does not afford
scope for the distinguished actress to
display her talents, as all told she was
not on tbe stage over half an hour. They
however, were appreciated as far as tbe
audience was permitted to enjoy them.
Tbe Edwin aud Lei ah Stuart Theatre
company open a week's engagement at
Harper's theatre tonight in '-An Iron
Will." The Loganfport Chronicle says of
The Edwin Stuart Theatre company
has been playing at Dolan's opera bouse
all week to crowded audiences. Too
much praise cannot be bestowed on this
excellent combination of excellent peo
ple, composed as it is or ladies and gen
tlemen in every sense of tbe word. It
has often been noticed that where an ac
tor or actns of reputation is good on
tbe stage, off the stage their . habits are
such as to bring censure on the whole
profession. Tbe Stuart Theatre company
have more friends in Laganspf rt than
any organization that ever visited here,
and they richly deserve them. Miss Li-
lah Stuart is an excellent lady and fine
actress, while Mr. Stuart is tbe peer of
any actor seen on the boards this winter.
The First National bank, which under
the able executive management of its
president, Mr. P. L. Mitchell, has proven
one of the most successful and reliable
banking houses in western Illinois, dis
continued business Saturday night and
will transact no more business other than
This morning Mitchell & Lyndc'a bank
was moved to the former quarters of tbe
First National bank and succeeded to the
business of the institution and will
remain there until the completion
of the new building to be erected
at once by Mitchell & Lynde. The
forces of the two banks have been
consolidated, only one change having
thus far occurred, Mr. M. Lee Gait, for
several years the efficient messenger at
the First National having resigned, and
bs taken desk room in Loosley & Know!
ton's insurance office, where he will de-
vote more time to his federal duties as
stamp deputy hereafter.
' This morning a contract was let by
Mitchell & Lynde to Mr. Triestedt, of
Chicago, to raise the rear of the present
building, occupied by the postoffice, pub
lie library and board of education rooms,
three feet to conform to the height of
the handsome structure to be erect4 in
front. Mr. Friestedt is the contractor
who made such a neat job of the erection
of the Guyer building on Second avenue.
Offleiaia at the Peaple'a.
At a meeting of the directors of the
People's National bank Saturday even
ing, Mr. August Huesing was elected
cashier and Mr. Carl Helpenslell, who
has been acting cashier, assistant cashier.
The resignation of Capt. John Peetz, as
president, was presented, but not ac
cepted. A meeting will be held this
week to act upon it.
The Kew X: .
Tbe board of education held a special
meeting Sa'.urday evening, President
Thomas and all the members being press
ent. The purpose of the board was to
award the contract for the new public
school building, No. 2, at the corner of
Thirteenth street and Third avenue, the
following propositions having been subs
M. Schncll, stone. $11,390; brick with
brown stone trimmings, f 10.339; Beds
Ritcbey & DeGear, stone 10,827;
brick with brown stone trimmings, $9,s
C. J. Schreiner, stone, $11,492; brick
with brown stone trimmings. $9,437.
Volk & Co., stone f 12.200; brick with
brown stone trimming. $10,558; Bed
ford. $10,158; Colona, $9,631.
W. A. Guthrie, stone. $12,357; brick
with brown stone trimminsg,$9,915; Bed
Collins Bros., stone, $12,520; brick
with brown stone trimmings, $10,535;
Sievers & Anderson, stone, $11,408;
brick with brown stone trimmings, $9,
566; Bedford, $9,263.
The bid of Ritchey & DeGear being
the lowest, that firm was awarded the
contract at $9,236 for brick with brown
Dancing school at Armory hall next
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses curative
powers exclusively its ewn, and which
make it " peculiar to itself." Be sure to
Dsncing school at Armory hall next
Sarah Bernhardt is goirdf to marry
again.. 19 divorce a failure?
Dancing school at Armory hall next
O. A. Steel, - - Manager.
One Week Commencing
MONDAY, APRIL 21st.
STUART'S THEATRE CO.
The Chmrmirg Actress.
JIISS LIL.AH STUART,
Ami a tnni: CV.ruiiariV of actors, nnriiioe the
t-'rrnt play made famous br tbe Eugliab kendall a
i nmieo, the
' 'Iron Master"
Popular prlrej-li), SO ami 30 cent.
Tatle and Shelf Oil
UOOM AND PICTURE
tfPlctura Cord. Twin. NaiU
aitil Hooka at lowest pricva.
Call and aee.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Bock Ulan Booae.
in airaa or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Iutrcat 7 per cent aenal annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 atasonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK ISUSD, ILL..
Spring Styles now Beady.
Are seasonable. We show this week
a laree assortment in Gloria and Silk
in plain, gold and silver handles.
For $1.20 we eive you A No. 1, 26
inch Gloria Silk and Rain Umbrellas,
One not ouite so pood. 26 Inch cold
Better ones up to $5.00.
Some special values in Jersev
Ribbed Vests, ladies, at 10c, 12c and
Don't confound this underwear with
the cheap trash on the market.
The above numbers are worth buv-
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted 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.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nbs. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
A pair of Garden Vases filled with Trailing Vines or
Tropical Leaved Plants, or one or two pieces of Garden
Statuary make a pleasing addition to the Lawn adorn
ments we like to see at this season, and are not by any
means beyond the reach of the most economically in
clined. They cost from $1.75 up.
I am agent for C. Hennecke & Co.. probably the most
reliable manufacturers of this class of Art Goods in
our country. It would hardly pay to carry in stock
a full assortment of Vases and Statuary, but I have a
complete line of Catalogues, illustrated, and can show
styles, quote manufacturer's prices, and fill any or
ders I am favored with, at from two to four days'
Pienty of Flower Pots, plain and decorated, on hand.
G-. M, LOOSLEY,
Crockery and Cliina Store,
ie09 Second Avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
ISTTanned Goods in all colors.
Aa Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 Riven away to each customer bnving $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let ua show jou the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Aran.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
S8S9 Tift aveata.
We show the handsomest assort
ment of Spring Dress Goods. New
arrivals in goods for summer wear will
be shown THIS WEEK including
Batiste and Silk Warp Henriettas. All
Wool Henriettas, spring shades, includ
ing Amethist, 40 inch wide at 50c
French serges, all wool 49a In the
highest grades our assortment Is com
plete. Ladies' Gossamers.
New assortment just received be
ginning at 98c-