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THE ROCK ISLAKI ARGUS, MONDAY. AP1I1X i8, 189Q.
SILK SUN UMBRELLAS.
Gold heads, Ebony handles, 26 inch,
S9c each. Good for rain or sun.
Will sell a limited quantity of above
to make prominent our opening, this
week, an advance shipment of Sun Um
brellas and Parasols.
Warranted fast dye steel frames,
gold caps, 2 4 in. for sun, 92c.
26in. for sun or rain. $1.00.
Silk warp Henrietta silk 24in. sun
umbrellas, ebony sticks, gold caps.
New and special bargain silk warp
Henrietta, silk and wool umbrellas,
warranted for wear and fast dye. 26in.
for sun or rain, gold and silver hooks
Como silk, fine twill, 26in., for sun or
rain, go'd and silver hooks, $2.12 each
Villn. for nn or rnln, extra choice illver bun
dle, l TV A big bnrvrain.
Sft-vpral ftyleft ailjuxt-ible Carrmifo mno)t or
mm shailcs. jor early wear, to tsliHilo y nr eyes
when walking or ruling, made from tin ami
Mtin Pui'hativ, plain aim trimmed.
One lot fancy parasols black and while, anil
red and white combination $1 32
One lot fancy flenred aitin pnrntnla $l CO. half
price fome of above styles will not be able to
McC ABE BROS.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to tbe wise is sufficient. Yon can eave money
by buying of us now.
We have Just received a very large line of Wall Paper, bouylit at our own price, to cloe
Factory line and will offer tbe entire lot, until gone, at prices never beard or before in the
WALL PAPER BUSINESS.
HUmlarti Browns, Blanks at 3, 3 J. 4. 4 and a roll.
StanJard Wbite9, full weight, 8 yards to rll, tirst-clHss in every way, 4Ac
a roll. Micas 4c a roll.
Gilt Goods, r,J, (J, U, 8. 10 and 12; a roll.
Emhogsed Bronzed Solid Gold, 13a a roll.
Buy at once before they are all gone.
Wall Paper Company,
31 12, 314 Twentieth i5t.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
Painting and Paper IIunk'inK done on i-iwrt
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHlSr & ABLER,
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.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
LADIES' AND MISSES.
Boys' Sliirt Waists
One lot best shirting print, boys
Better made larger sizes, 7c,.15c up
uj ssc ana up.
Fine percale waists 25 and 28c.
One lot boys tennis flannel shirt
Boys fine flannel waists silk lacing
cord front 50c.
Boys French chevoit waists, lacing
cora iront, OOc each.
Boys fine percale waists, with pat
ent belt, 50c, cannot be found elsewhere-
One lot ladies' tennis flannel blouses,
Extra quality fine goods, $ 1 00.
A sample line blouses and waists.
only one of a style at 1-3 value no more
Ladies' and childien'g luce neckwear novel
ties just received.
One lot mull tie. Sc each.
Three lota chil Iron's lace collar. lo, 7c. ln
Special valuea. ladtca' Vi n Kyke coilare 20.:.
1 adiea' fine co'lurs. new Blvlrn.
Irish points. Van Djke points, Oriciilal ami
niim ueirene laces.
Ladies' Bvron lace rolltirs. m:u)e frmn ilm.
laces and embroideries.
Just received a lot of hire stripe curtuin trrlm.
wui go at ac a yaru.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Coughs, Colds, Etc,
!A TRAMP'S TERMINATION.
A Snnd y Spree Results in
Drowning in Sylvan Water.
Fanr Mm Uet Away With a Krg ef
Mor a m Two Mtart la m Mklff Tor
Mhorc a ud One of the X umber Mrrta
leath by the Boat Overturnlnc
The roi out r'H Inqnent.
An ucknown tramp was drowned in
Sylvan wuter opposite Sinnett'sice house,
and about, sixty feet from the shore in six
to eight feet of water at about 12:30
yesterday. The man had purchased
keg of Leer and in company with a sums
ber of new made acquaintances of his
same clasi, hod been over to Sylvan Isl
and dispcBiDg of it. A borrowed flat
host had been used for transportation to
tbe island, and after the beer had been
drank, the man afterward drowned, in
company with Chas Miller, also a tramp.
started b ic k to the main land for another
keg. the one since deceased agreeing to
pay for it, and after the boat was under
way with Miller rowing, the unknown
tramp attempted to change places with
Miller and in doing so the boat was cap
sized and both men thrown into the water.
William It. Bragdon, living in Sinnett's
addition, and a harness maker on the isls
and, pusl ed an ice slide out into tbe
river, swimming out with it, until Miller
was able to grasp it and he was rescued,
while the tramp was drowned before he
could be saved.
The bo ly was soon after recovered and
Coroner Hawes having been notified pro
ceeded to hold an inquest, having sum
moned a jury composed of C. W. Hawes,
(foreman!; W. II. Bragdon, John Mnl-
queen. M H. Sexton, W. II. Eberle and
Geo. M. llcock, proceeded to hold an
Denuis Ponavanvwas the first witness
examiner1, and he testified that his age
was 17, a shoemaker by trade, whose
home was at Appleton. Wis. He left that
place at Christmss time and had since
been a tvamp. He met the man after
ward drowned on the east side of the C,
li. I. & P. roundhouse at about 10
o'cloik yesterday morning. Had never
seen him before. He as-k-ul witness
"where the bums hung out?" to which
witness replied that he did not' know.
The two got into a conversation and
started fjr Mud island, and on the way
two other tramps were met, and the man
afterward drowned said he had money and
he proposed buying a keg of beer. All
agreed, of course, and having got it, a
skiff wa.i borrowed and the four went
over to tlie island, where the contents of
the keg were disposed of. The stranger
then proposed buying another keg and in
company with Miller started for the main
shore. Donovan remained on the island
and did not know of the fate of his new
acquaintance until he crossed over to the
main shore afterward.
Chas. Miller testified to being twenty.
two -years of age, from New Brighton,
Pa., a l utcher by trade, and had not been
home ft.r three yesrs. He had worked
for Contractors C. K. MeCormick and A.
J. Wbitnry. He told of his first acquain
tance with the proceeding, the witness,
an l with the tramp drowned, yesterday
morninc at about 10 o'clock, of going to
Wagners brewery with the latter to
purchas : the first keg of beer, of going
to the bland, etc., of the starting on tbe
trip for the second keg; witness was
rowing w hen the unknown tramp thought
he could do better, and in attempting to
take the oars from witness the boat
capsized, and both men fell into the
water. Neither could swim and both
floundered about in the water. Witness
Whs rescued through Mr Bragdon pushing
the ice tliilc out to him. but bis compan
ion, whom he did not know, but who bad
told bin he expected some companions
soon, was drowned.
Wm. H. Bragdon told of rescuing Mil
ler. At about 11:30 his little boy told
him 1h',t a boat had been sunk in the riv
er, tic ran down to tbe shore atd saw
two m u s'rugcling in the water. Throw
ing off his vest he pushed an ice slide
out. atd seeing it would not reach far
enough, be lumped in and pushed it out
further, swimming after it until Miller
caught hold of it and got on it and wit
ness tlien ewam back dragging the slide,
until Wm. H. Eberle came up with a boat,
into which Miller got, while witness swam
ashore He did not see the drowned man
John Donahue testified to seeing the
drowned tramp, who has sitting on an
empty beer keg in the boat, stand up and
attempt to change places with Miller, who
was rowing, and in so doing the boat
capsiz :d. There was no quarrel between
the two men in the skill.
Thin concluded the testimony and the
jury returned a verdict that the deceased
was an unknown man who came to his
death by "accidental drowning in Sylvan
water opposite, Sinnet's ice houses.
caused by the upsetting of a flit-bot
tomed scow, in which he and one Chas.
Miller were occupants.".
The man was apparently about 28
years of age . lie was light complexioned.
The left arm appeared to be recently
broken, while on the right arm were
the rx arks in India ink of a woman, full
size, itnd two busts one of a sailor and
one of a woman inclosed in a wreath.
The liOBK Rent.
Mrs. Sarah Cation, swell known and
esteemed lady of this city, died at 1 :40
o'clock this afternoon after a three
moulds' sickness, aged 63 years. De
cease l's maiden name was Sarah Rice
She vas born in Vermont, and grew to
womtnhood in New Hampshire. la
1854 she was married to Henry Cation at
Chicago, from whence they moved to
Muscatine, and in 1869 to Rock Island
Mrs. Catton leaves two children- Wm.
H. Catton. the billiard expert, and Mrs.
Man us Beal. Tbe funeral will be held
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from
1415 Fifth avenue, Rev. Oue officiating
B iby carriages including the Down-
tag sleeping couch at tbe Adams, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
- D incing school at .Armory ball Wed
nest! ay evening.
Where ia the street sprinkler T
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
Miss Mollie McEniry, of Osborue, spent
Sunday in the city.
Yesterday was a big day for the street
cars on all tbe lines.
Special values in boys' shirt waists at
McCabe Bros., 4c and up. -
Novelties just added to McCabe Bros
lace neckwear department.
Capt. J. M. Montgomery returned from
his western trip this morning.
Mr. Adair Pleassnts left for Wichita
Saturday night on a business trip.
See the sp.cial prices on silk and rain
umbrellas quoted in McCabe Bros. adv.
Sideboards, fancy dining tables, chairs,
at the Adams, 822 Brady street, Daven
Leonard Gosinger and Maggie Ma-
guire werj married by Justice Hawes
Tbe May magozint s and heaps of other
new reading matter, bound and unbound,
Buy your carpets, furniture and dra
peries at the C. F. Adams, 322 Brady
Two Sundays after a rainy Easter and
no rain. The seven Sunday record is
"busted" this vear sure.
89c for gloria silk umbrellas, ebony
handles, gold caps, either sun or rain, at
HcUahe Bros, this week .
The only time payment house in Dav
enportThe C. F. Adams' Home Fur
nishing house, 322 Brady street.
Mr. C. F. Gaetier is adding to the
Seventeenth street improvements by put
ting down a new walk around bis resi
Cavanaugh, the wonderful bov singer.
Thursday night May 1, at the Burtis opera
nouse. Meats mav he reserved at Fluke s.
Patronize the new stove and tinware
house sole agents of Challenge refricer-
ators. No. 1508 Second avenue, II. Sie
mon & Son.
Cavanaugh. tbe wonderful bov singer.
Thursday nisht May 1. at the Burtis opera
nouse. beats may be reserved at Fluke's.
May moves this evening, and will be
ready for business tomorrow mcrniug in
his temporary quarters, 1619 Second ave.
nue, directly opposite his well known
For the first time in many years everv
store in Palace row is now occupied.
This is a pretty good indication of the
demand for storerooms as well as the fact
that the old business center is holding its
Climbing up in tbe subscription list to
the Encycloavlia Britannica. Persons
who never expected to be able to own a
set of this great work now see their wav
clear to do so.
Capt. Tom Fuller made his first trip to
Rock Islmd Saturday on the Savanna
train of the C, M. & St. P. since the re
cent accident to his ankle, with which he
has been laid up four weeks.
The ladies' auxiliary of the Industrial
Fair association will hold a meeting at
Norris hail, Wednesday, April 3d, at 2:30
m. liusiness of importance to tie
transacted. A full attendance is desired.
By order of the secretary.
Fashionable paperhangings. such as
pltin and figured felt with handsome
wide frieze to mat-;h. embossed leather
papers. Burgis Lacher's hand made par
lor papers, bronze and luster paoers.
fresh arrivals on Saturday at R. Cramp-
ton tS t o s.
Lost A lady's gold watch, between
corner of Fourth avenue and Twenty-
second street, and corner of Twenty-
nrtn street ajid Seventh avenue, or at
Rlack Hawk's watch tower. Finder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving same at
The Stuart Theatre company closed its
week's engagement at Harper's theatre
Saturday night. The doll whs won by
Mitchell Bloomquist with ticket 77 at tbe
matinee, and the furniture set was won bv
John Hyatt at the evening performance.
bis ticket being 1.572.
When tbe alarm of fire sounded this
afternoon it caught the Franklin hose
company unable to answer with its usual
punctuality, as the boys only bad three
wheels to their cart, the other being in
the shop for repair. Hereafter the
franklins will respond to the lap of the
Tbe Burlington road will run an excur
sion train from Rock Island and Moline
to Clinton on April 30. on the occasion
of the great Odd Fellows' festivites.when
J. C. Underwood, grand sire of the order,
ill be present. The fare will be one
fare or $1.25 for the round trip. Tbe
train will leave at 7:15 a. m. and return
at 9:40 p. m.
Messrs. Fred Jahns and John Bertelson
have formed a partnership to go into the
gas, steam fitting and stove business
at 1612 Second avenue, Mr. M. M.
Briggs being at present engaged in re
modeling the building, tbe plans, includ
ing a plate glass front and other modern
Robinson, of Moline, having learned
that Cowden, of this city, had said that
be could give him two yards start and
beat him in a 100 yards race, has if sued
a challenge to Cowden on these, condi
tions for $250 to $500 a side, race to take
place two weeks from time of signing of
Mr. A. F.Vinton, of the Union Mal
leable Iron works, Moline, was united in
marriage at Waukegan, 111., last week to
Miss Teel Crockett, daughter of Col. W.
D. Crockett, of the Long View stock
farm. Bear Coal Valley. About four
years ago Mr. Crockett and family moved
to Waukegan, where they have since re
sided. The bride is a highly educated and
accomplished young lady. The couple
are now in the east on their wedding trip.
Saturday five bills were filed in the cir
cuit court against tbe Moline Y. M. C. A.
for work done on tbe new building.
Three were filed by W. J. Entrikin.
These are: Davis & Co., plumbing, $813;
B. H. (juick (for putting in Boynton fur
naces) 888; Newton Craig, lumber,fl84.
Two filed by W. A. Meese were: One for
Andrew Lundquist, and one for Pierce &
Lundquist, tbe two representing a sum of
$5,000. Together, the bills represent a
total of f 0.BS5.
The Rev. Jno. H. Kerr will be installed
as pastor of tbe Central Presbyterian
church tomorrow evening at 7:30, by a
committee of tbe Rock River pres
bytery. Rev. Dr. Meade C. Wih
Hams, of Princeton, will preside,
preach the sermon and propound tbe
constitutional questions. Rev. E. C
Sir.kels, of Dixon, wilt deliver the charge
to tbe people, and Rev. W. 8. Marquis
will deliver tbe charge to tbe pastor. A
cordial invitation is extended to all to be
Jesus Garrigan, of Moline. chased his
wife all over his house Saturday with an
axe attempting to murder her, tbe woman
screaming at the top of her voice all the
time, "help!" "murder!" "policer etc
But when the police arrived she had be
come more calm and interceded in behalf
of ber murderous husband, begging tbe
officers not to take him. Tbe desperate
man was placed in jail, however, where
be declared bis conduct was baaed purely
on "love for bis wife" and she no doubt
believes it now.
Chaa. Hodgson's horse got away on
Seventeenth street at 3-30 this afternoon
and started on a dash through Market
square. Mrs. Jane Collins was crossing
tbe square at tbe time when the bone
struck ber and knocxed ber down, a
wheel passing over her. She was carried
into Bengston s drug store where Ur,
Eyster attended ber. Her injuries are
not thought to be serious.
Tbe Tri-City Travelers' association
gave their housewarming at Davenport
Saturday nigbt. They bad issued invi
tations to their friends, and in response
over 100 guests assembled in their pleas
ant rooms on the fifth floor of the new
Schmidt building and passed a most de
lightful evening. Tbe rooms consist of a
reception room, parlor and billiard room.
The parlor is tastefully furnished. A
piano stands in one corner. Liht res
freshments were served during the even
ing. An address of welcome was de
livered by Alex Luon6den. R. W, Smith
spoke a few words of encouragement.
Mayor Ficke, of Davenport, also made a
few remsrks, complimenting them on
their rooms and the objects of their or
ganization. The evening was spent in
social games of whist, billiards, etc.
Tbe corner stone of the new Roman
Catholic cathedral at Davenport was laid
yesterday with imposing ceremonies. At
10 o'clock there was solemn high maap.
Rev. A. Nodler, of 8t. Ambrose Semi
nary, acting as celebrant, assisted by the
clergy of the city, in the presence of his
grace, Arch-bishop Ireland and Rt. Rev.
Bishop Cosgrove. At the gospel the ser
mon was delivered by Very Rev. A. A.
Lambert, S. J., of Milwaukee. His ser
mon was instructive and interesting to
the congregation. After tbe man the
procession made up of the school chil
dren. Ladies' Sodality, Gentlemen's Sodal
ity, priests and bishops moved to tbe new
cathedial where, Bishop Cosgrove offlciat-
ing.the corner stone was laid and blessed.
In the evening at 7:30 Archbishop Ireland
delivered his lecture "God in Nature."
BURNED OUT OF HOME.
Sir. .1. T. Kenworthy's Suburban
-! ruclloa by l ire Thin MnrnlKOf
One or the Harnloomeitt IwrllinK
In Kork Inland 'oanl y.-Thr Anout
or the l.o-tiantl the liiKnranre.
The beautiful suburbau home of .1. T.
Kcnworthy, Esq , situated on the south
side of tbe line between South Rock Isl
and and Rock Island townships and east
of Twentieth street, was swept away by
fire shortly before noon today. About
11 o'clock, Mrs. Ken worthy, who was at
work in the laundry, was apprised by a
passer by, who rushed in lo tell ber that
the house was on fire. The flames, which
then appeared for tbe first time, were is
suing from the windows of the tower.
With the high wind blowing from the
west, it was impossible to stay,the flames
which soon spread to all parts of the
house. Neighbors hurried to the burn
ing house, and through their assistance
the furniture wbs all saved, but the house
was completely destroyed.
The house was built in 1877 bv Mr.
Kcnworthy. Maj. J. M. Beardsley erecting
the one immediately west of it at thf
same time, the cost of the buildings be
ing $6,000 ear b. They were thoroughly
modern, firstclass and magnificent in
every detail throughout, and consisted of
basement wiih two stories and tower.
The loss is fully the amount of the orig
inal cost, and the insurance on tbe bouse
and furniture $5,000, all in Mr. Albert
Hucsing's agency, and placed in the fol
lowing companies: Rochester German
Fire, of Rochester, $2,500; German Fire,
of Peoria, f 2 500. Of this total amount
$3.0O0 is on the house.
The bouse was finely furnished. Mr.
Kcnworthy possessing among other per
sonal effects a valuable library and it is
very fortunate indeed therefore that the
contents of the house were saved.
The cause of the fire is unknown and
cannot be conceived. Mr. and Mrs Ken-
worthy gave a tramp lodging last night
and he slept in the tower, but he had
gone several hours when the fire
broke out. Whether it was due to care
lessness of some sort on his part in hand
ling matches or leaving explosives in the
room, and that Mr. and Mrs. Ken worthy
have had their hospitality rewarded by
the loss of their delightful home, it is im
possible to say.
Tbe misfortune is a great and dis
couraging one and will be generally re
gretted throughout the county.
The alarm in the Third ward at 1:15
this afternoon was occasioned bv a de
fective flue in the roof of Geo. W. Hen
ry's house on Thirteenth street and Second
avenue. The name was quenched in its
incipiency by a bucket of water
thrown upon it by Mr. Henry, and with
out the necessity of work on the part of
the fire department.
A new time card went into effect on
tbe C, B. & Q. yesterday, as a result of
which the St. Paul express now leaves at
7 p. ni. instead of 7:10, and arrives at
8KJ5 a. m. instead of 7:50; the St, Louis
express arrives at 6:45 a. ra. instead of
7:15, and the Beardstown accommodation
leaves at 3 p.m. instead of 3:45; the
Sterling passenger at 7:15 instead of 8.
Tbe afternoon train at 3 p. in. makes
direct connections with tbe Burlington
clipper which makes the trip from Chi
cago to Denver in twenty-eight hours and
which may be made from Rock Island in
twenty-six hours. This latest achieve
ment on the part of the "Q." is one of the
most remarkable in railroad annals. The
flyer which is No. 1, leaves Chicago at 1
p. m. daily and is in Denver at 6:30 the
next night, making but one night on tbe
road. It is made up of an engine, bug1
gage car, one coach, on e chair car, diner
and two sleepers, and returns as No. 2
leaving at 9:20 a. m. and reaching Chi
cago at 8 a. m. the second day out. The
time is about as fast as can be made for
Cavanaugh, the wonderful boy sineer.
Thursday night May 1, at tbe Burtis opera
bouse, beats may be reserved at Fluke's,
Bedroom suites, folding beds, mat
tresses, pillows on the credit system, at
tne Adams, Baa Brady street, Davenport.
Dyspepsia's victims are numbered by
thousands. So are thoe who have been
restored to health by Hood's Sarsapa-
Dancing school at Armory ball Wed
WH III MM I
105 shares Davenport National bank J
10 shares People's National bank; 1 share
ChiDDianock Cemeterv association. I
Chippianock Cemetery association
Bids are invited for the above stock or
any part thereof. If not sold earlier the
same will be offered at public Bale for
cash at the People a National bank in tbe
city of Rock Island, Illinois, at 11 o'clock
a. m.. Tuesday, tbe 29 ih day of April.
1890. The privilege of rejecting anv
and all bids at such sale is hereby re
served. John Peetz,
Administrator with the will annexed of
tbe estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceased. April 22d. 1890.
The race track on W. D. Webster's
training farm one mile southeast of C ,
M. & St. P. depot, Cordova, 111., is in
fine condition. The course has been
thrown up to regulation grade. Horse
men say it is as fine a track as there is in
tbe west, send your horses there to
train. Good accomodations for parties
wishing to break their own horses. rite
for terms. .
Soft Coal for Bala.
At nnr VArd nnrnor rf TClovpnth fitrAPl
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per
i. i i .
UUBIiei. ANDEHSOn E ARMII.L.
April 22, 1890.
Cavanauch. the wonderful bov sineer.
Thursday night May 1. at the Burtis opera
house. Seats may !e reserved at Fluke's.
Call on Joseph Trieger. Pennsylvania
house, Davenport, anil indulge in his
grand lunch and bock beer.
Cavanaueb. the wonderful bov sinc. r.
Thursday night May 1, at the Burtis opera
nouse. neats may be reserved at Fluke's,
Mclnlire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Parlor suites, lounges and rattan rock
ers at the Adams, 322 Brady street, Dav
CATTON At 1:40 p. m. Mnmlav. April yh.
1, Mm.'Sinb Catton, seed 63 yearn, from Wid
ne" and lier trouble. Kunerel from redi-nr,
141 Kiflb avenue at in a. m. WnlDe-dny. Krieodt
of th family invited to attend.
C. A. Stul,
ONK NU4HT ONLY.
THURSDAY, MAY 1st
Will g've one of their enjoynlile ent. rlaiu-liu-Ll-
under the biii-icc of
John Morris Camp S. of V.
Reseryed Seats 35 Cents.
Sale of eat- at nnl !re.
Table and Shelf Oil
nroM a:;d pictcre
.""I'irtiire Cord, Tuii.e, Sails
and ll.k at low. t (iricva.
Call all.l bee.
C. G. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock I plant! nouse.
in arms of
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent omi anunallr. collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boom S and 4 Maconic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
KOl'k IHLAI. ILL,
Spring Styles dow Ready.
R. R. TICKET
OFFICE In Adams Express Office under
Reduced Rates to all Points
SOLE AGIST FOB
The Pop Mfg. Co. t Bicycle. Ladies and
avaa m mm
I I TVI RTiA I I O fl
I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 A X
w XlXUL VllUlU
Are seasonable. We show this week
a large assortment in Gloria and Silk
m plain, gold and silver handles.
For $1.20 we give you A No. 1.26
inch Gloria Silk and Rain Umbrellas,
One not quite so good. 26 Inch gold
Better ones up to $5.00
Some special values in Jersey
Ribbed Vests, ladies, at 10c, 12c and
Don't confound this underwear with
the cheap trash on the market.
The above numbers are worth btiy-
Rock Island. Illinois.
In order lo accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harpers Theatre building Their
is large aud 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.
CLEEVIANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121, 128 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
t5fTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 ftf-en away to each customer boring $23.00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let at show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Becond Avenu.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE j
8939 Fifth Ansae. -
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, include
ing Amethist, 40 inch wide at 50c.
French serges, all wool 49o. In the
highest grades our assortment is com
plete Ladies' Gossamers.
New assortment just received be
ginning at 98c-
If you wish to enjoy good
health, pure drinking water is
the first consideration. To get
it, in this part of thecountry, a
good filter is really necessary;
and the best filter is the one you
see here. It will pay you to
call and look at it
It is made in three parts,
each easily detached, open to
view, as easy to clean as any
stone butter crock. The water
comes though perfectly clear
and sweet, and you can use ice
for cooling without having it
touch the water at all.
I have them from 16.75 up,
according to style of finish and
Crockery and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
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