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SILK SUN UMBRELLAS.
Gold heads, Ebony handles, 26 inch,
SBceacn. irooa ior rain or sun.
will sell a limited auantitv of hnvo
to make prominent onr opening, this
week, an aavance snipment 01 aun Um
brellas and Parasols.
Warranted fast dye steel frames,
gold caps. 24in. for sun, 92c.
26 in. 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, gold and silver hooks, $2.12 each
.Mln. for tm or ruin, extra choice allver han
dle, tl 75. A bie bargain.
S-veral etyles adjustable Cam sue parrala or
i tt -hile. Jr erly wear, to vhade y nr eyes
when walking or riding, made from Miin nnd
.situ Pui'hnnu. plain aud trimmed.
ine lot fancy iaraitol black and white, and
ml and white combinations $1 MJ
Dim lot fancy figured mtiu imnnola 8l.ro. half
juice Some of atova styles will not lie able to
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
-WHILE WE ARE
A word to the wise is sufficient Yon can save money
by buying of us now.
KINGSBURY & SON,
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN fe 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.
Manufactured by' '. rj-t-a- -
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
LADIES' AND MISSES.
One lot best shirting print, boys
B,etter made larger sizes, 7c, 1 5c np
w ttUU Up
Fine percale waists S."S and !
One lot boys tennis flannel shirt
Boys fine flannel waists silk lacing
cord front 60o.
Boys French chevoit waists, lacing
-v uu uui, ouo eacn.
Bovs finA nnrnfllA wnicfa rotti, nn
ent belt, 60c, cannot be found elsewhere-
wne lot laaies tennis flannel blouses
Extra quality fine goods, $ 1 .00.
A sample line blouses nrt Wnictc
only one of a style at 1-3 value no more
Toadies' and phllflrAH'a la.. 1
ne jiifi received.
vme 101 muii ties, He each.
Three lotH children's lace collar?, 4c, 7c, 12
Secial values, ladies' Vn IHke cOilars aoc.
Ladies fine ci lart. new stv)c8.
1rlh nninfa Van HvLta u.i.. st-l,.., .i
x . ' , " J w P"""", wui inm ami
rot lit nt'iiH iai-p
Ladles' Byrtm lace collar, made from line
iw itnu ciiiuroititTies.
Jut received a lot of laoe Htripe curtain c:im.
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1705 Second Avenue.
A DAM BREAK.
The Temporary Strncture Across
Sylvan Water Yields.
A Break B.'ear the Island Khore Ad
mits a Rash of tYatri .The Pool la
Drained and Moline la Without
A break occurred at the north end of
the temporary dam near the Island shore
or Sylvan ater at 6 o'clock this morning
and the guard house and a large portion
oi me work i were carried awav. Guard
Isaacson, of Moline. was in the cruard
house at thu time and he barely managed
get his effects and escape. The water
once ruslied through wiih terrific force
ana the breach soon widened to from
twenty to fifty feet. As the coffer dam
twelve rods below hud been damaged last
week by the water, it was ineffective to
iv the force of the water, and it soon
appeared and in a short time the pool
was drained and Moline's water power
The temporary structure was just
above the old dam, and it was supposed
the island end rested on a solid founda-
:ion as the natural characteristic of the
cation is n limestone formation. But
t seems the temporary dam or bulkhead
ad nothing less than a clay bank to hold
tins tin water gradually wore away
ntil it brole entirely.
The accident will not Feriously affect
any of the Holine industries, unless it be
the Moline Plow company, as all are
thoroughly equipped with steam, and the
liHerence will only be in the way of
Col. Whitlemore was communicated
nth this afternoon and stated that it
would be impossible for him to form an
estimate of the extent of the din-ages.
Suffice it to say there is abundance in the
appropriation under which the work was
being done to continue it, and a large
force of mi;n is already at work. The
permanent dam had not yet been com
menced, though every preparation had j
leen mtcle to begin.
THE liSICK FACTORY,
The Krcriion ot the Kaildlngs to be
I omnirnTd lj- the Rorkford ( on.
Iy Tomorrow--.What They Will
Manager Meade, of the Rockford Con
struction company, arrived in town again
Mhis mornire, and he ears the erection of
the buildings for the company's plant at
Sears will be commenced tomorrow morn-
as, the excavation for the basement hav
ng been tibout completed. The con
struction of the buildings and kiln9 will
be began at the same time. There will
be a threevUnry building, which will ul
limately be of brick and with dimensions
of 5rt by C5 feet with dry house of 45 by
125 feet, together with eight kilns to start
with. The intention is eventually to
cover the entire area of the plant.
The m-hinery is expected in two
weeks and will be put in operation at
once. Manager Moade cxpect9 to be mak-
ng brick before the buildings are com
Mangt:i Steel, of Harper's theatre, has
been exceedingly fortunate In securing
the great s dress, M'lle Rhea, for an en
gagement it Harper's theatre on Monday
evening. May Sib, in "Josephine, Em
press of the French." So great was
M ile R Let's success, both as regards her
acting and her new play in Buffalo the
opening v.eek, that her manager, Mr.
Frank Q. Colter, Lao been offered time
for her in sevenl New York theatres, and
will proba'ily give the new play a metro
politan tcs t. The play is said to be very
strong, thoroughly Frenchy. and magni
ficently c( stumed. M'lle Rhea as Jose
phine, the divorced empress, made a
great hit. She was stirring and impas
sioned as the heroine, and was frequent
ly recall eel.
Supervhor W. T. Kerr, of Milan, has
accepted the state agency of Iowa ror the
Franklin Life Insurance company, with
head(fSrters at Springfield. This will
necessitate the gentleman's removal from
this state, and also bis resignation as a
member of the board of supervisors. Mr.
Kerr was fortunate enough to draw a two
years' term at the recent session of the
board, bi t he is now compelled to lay
aside all .he glamour and slitter of oB
cial life by force of circumstances. We
ue sorry to lose Bro. Kerr, who gave
pronrtte t f purifying the political atmos
phere of .he county, and especially that
region encompassed by the bounds of
A Driving I'ourae.
A deal was completed through the
agency of Mr. J. C. Adams last evening
by whicL Mr. O. J. Dimick leases for a
term of ne year the old fair ground race
course to Mr. John Henderson. The
track hits been ploughed, rolled and
graded, and is being put in first class
shane for a diivinz course. A number
of local horsemen are interested, in the
transaction which places Mf. Henderson
in charge, and by May 1 the track will be
in condit ion, when those who pride them
selves in the possession of a superior
piece of horse flesh can test the speed of
their roadsters to their hearts' content.
The drit Ing course will be a ery popular
and attrictive place the coming summer.
The Iac Staples passed up.
The i.. J. Whitney went north with 4
The Mary Morton went over ths rapids
last nigl t.
The stage of the water at noon was
8:70; tie temperature 70.
The Abner Oile came down with 6
strings of logs and 9 of lumber.
The Bella Mac, J. W. Van Sant and
Glenmcnt each brought 16 strings of
log. ; .
Sideboards, fancy dining tables.chairs,
at the Adams. 822 Brady street, Daven
Dancing school at Armory ball Wed'
ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. APlilL 29,
A GIFT FR0JI OLD FRIENDS.
Mr. Weorce Mixter'a Seventy. firth
Birthday Anniversary Flttlncly
Commemorated Last Kvenlna;.
Mr. Geo. Mixter. the pioneer citizen,
residing at the head of Twentysthird
street, was invited to the home of his son.
Mr. Frank Mixter, 723 Twentieth street,
last evening, presumably to meet a few
old-lime friends in a game of euchre. He
had apparently forgotten the day com
memorated the anniversary of his birth
seventy-five years ago, but his friends of
many yeais standing had not. They were
fully an are of the notable event and had
arranged a surprise that was as handsome
as it was appropriate. When Mr. Mixter
arrived at his son's house he was greeted
by Messrs. P. L. Mitchell, S. W. Mc
Master, E. P. Reynolds. David Hawes,
T. J. Robinson, Ben E. Hall. J. Ross
Mills, Dr. C. C. Truesdalc, Dr. S. C.
Plummer, Dr. W. T. Magill and Mr.Fhil
Mitchell. It was joy enough to Mr.
Mixter to meet so many of his o!d ac
quaintances at a single time aud some
time wa9 spent socially and pleasantly be
fore he knew to what extent his long-time
friends had remembered him, and Capt.
Robinson taking advantage of a suitable
opportunity addressed Mr. Mixter briefly,
and in behalf of those assembled, pre
sented him wiih a magnificent black
ebony, gold-headed cane as a token of
friendship and appreciation. Mr. Mix
ter was visibly affected by the gift and
the words which accompanied it, but he
made known his complete surprise and
fittingly expressed bis thanks for the
beautiful token. The cane is being en
graved today with the description, "Pre
sented to Geo. Mixter April 28. 1890."
Mr. Mixter was also the recipient of a
lovely basket of flowers from Mrs. Kea
tor, of Moline, as a remembrance on the
happy anniversary. Following the pre
sentation refreshments were served, and
the evening spent in a manner most
ONLY "DEGRADED" HIMSELF."
A lVvuliar tuixikb to Hai.n. n in a
Country with No " !..'
Wjlkemiarrf., P.. April The Shoe
maker family is one of the .Ulcst ami
wealthiest in Hie anthracite wl regions.
Their income from coal royalties alone
reaches tiV),(H"0 a year. One memlier ot
the family of ilioemakers is McDonald D.
He is aped about 30. His income from coal
royalties is about JU,0UU a year. Six
months ago it wax given out that Mac was
about to marry the daughter of a rich
citizen residing on River street. His Tarn,
ily received the match favorably, and saw
in an early marriage a new career for the
I'll -Young Man Change Hl Mln.l.
All at once young Shoemaker said that
he would not marry a girl who had l-en
raised iit the lap of luxury. He had ater
rilde dread that he woulil one dav !fconie
poor aid then his wife would lc no help
o mm. tie promised to marry a poor girl.
who in the hour of adversitv. if such an
hour came, could assist him in earning his
daily bread. Annie I,avrence was the jrii'l
tie propose,! to marry. Mie was formerly
employed as a housekeeper. Y hen Shoe
maker s relatives heard of ids intentions
they became highly indignant. The court
was petitioned to appoint n commission to
examine into the young man's vmity au.l
tpe request was granted.
A Kotxist Otji- tl..n.
The action of his relatives mane Shoe
maker all the more determined to marry
the gi'l of his choice. One day hist week
he and the ljtwivtice gin took a train for
Elmira, where they were uuietlv married.
On Saturday Shorinkrr returned w ith his
bride, his ptirjKwe was to install the latter
in hia mother'a house on Union street. His
uncle, John Harrower, was in waiting. As
soon as the bridal party put in an appear
ance narrower took the baggage, fired it
into the street, and when Shoemaker at
tempted to enter the house, the micle
knoc ked him down, blackened his eyes, and
kicked him into the gutter.
Tim Family" Is Safe.
Shoemaker at once went before Mavor
Sutton and had his uucle. arrested. There
is groat excitement in aristocratic circles
over the affair. Uncle Harrower says that
Shoe-maker bus degraded himself, but not
the Shoemaker familv. The wife will not
be admitted to the family circle uuder any
Keeord of the Ball l'layrr.
Ctiif-auo, April 29. The Moord on the
ball field made yesterday is given liclow:
league: At Hoston Iloston U, Xew York
2; at Brooklyn Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn
10; at Cleveland Cleveland 4, Chicago 5;
at Pittsburg Pittsburg C, Cincinnati S.
Brotherhood; At Boston 15oston 6,
New York 1; at Brooklyn Brooklyn 3;
Philadelphia 1; nt Buffalo-Buflalo 4, Chi
cago 12; ot Pittsburg Pittsburg 15, Cleve
land 10. The total attendance nt League
and Brotherhood games was: League,
5,920; Brathorhood, 11,478.
Association; At Rochester Rochester 5,
Brooklyn 1; at Syracuse Syracuse 1, Ath-
letio 2; at Louisville Toledo 0, Louisville
2; at St. Louis St. Louis 9, Columbus S. '
, Stole Hit Mother'a Money.
Cincisnati. Aoril 29. R. J. Bonhajo. a
yauitg Pittsburg railroader, was arrested
yesterday morning charged with emhez
I'incrtrtoo lwlnnfrincr to hla mother. Ha
will be held for the Pittsburg authorities.
The celebrated authoress, so highly es
teemed by the women of America, says
on pages 103 and 445 of her popular
work. "Eve's Daughters: or, Common
Sense for Maid. Wife and Mother:"
"For the aching back should it be
slow in recovering its normal strength
an Allcock a Porous Plaster is an excel
lent comforter, combining the sensation
of the sustained pressure ot a strong
warm band with certain tonic qualities
developed in the wearing. It should be
kept oyer the seat of uneasiness, for sev
eral days in obstinate ceases, for perhaps
a fortnight. "
"For pain in the back wear an A.llcock's
Porous plaster constantly, renewing as
it wears off. This is an invaluable sup
port whea the weight on the small of the
back becomes heavy and the aching in
Beware of imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Allcock's and let no solicitation or ex
planation Induce you to accept a substi
Allcock's corn and bunion shields effect
quick and certain relief.
Daucing school at Armory hall Wed
Buv vour carpets, furniture and dra-
pedes at the C. F. Adams. 822 Brady
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; clean! perfectly and
leaves no odor.
TKa a1 amon riAiiaA Im T t
en port The C. F. Adams' Home Fur
nishing bouse, 822 Brady street.
Parlor suites, lounges and rattan rock
ers at the Adams, 822 Brady street, Dav
Dancing school at Armory ball Wed'
Fromage De Brie at May's.
May believes in moving prices.
Bermuda onions at F. Q. Young's.
John McDsrrah is visiting at Kankakee
Flour $1 per sack at C. C. Tiuesdale's,
Mr. L. 8. McCabe has returned from
his western trip.
Aid. M. Buncber and bride are home
from their wedding trip.
Supper every evening at the M. E fair
from 6 to 8 o'clock, 25 cents
Don't forget May at his temporary
place directly opposite the old stand.
Druckmiller & Co. are painting the ex
teriorof the Commercial hotel building.
Mr. John Huntoon returns to the south
west tonight after a short visit with bis
Persons intending bringing children to
the fair will please hand their names to
The installation of Rev. J. II. Keir as
pastor ot the Central Presbyterian church
takes place tonight.
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Must come well recommended. Enquire
at No. 2939, Thirteenth avenue.
Mrs. John Runge has gone to Denver
in response to a letter from her husband
there, sl&ting that be is very ill.
It was decided last evening to alter the
plans for the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Cat-
ton, and it took place ti is afternoon at
The new home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. B.
Stoddard on Twentythird street, has
been brighted by the advent of a new
Mr. J. It. Mills is laving a handsome
Utica tile walk in front of his double ten
ement house on Sixteenth stieet, between
Second Third avenues.
iavenport nss a pavement sweeper
wnicn was tested vtsterday, but it raised
such adust that it became necessary to
sprinkle before using it. '
Undertaker Enox interred the remains
yesterday in Chipoiannock cemeierv of
the unknown tramp drowned in Svlvan
water Sunday afternoon.
Lost, strayed or stolen A Scotch ter
rier dog, on Sunday, for which Mr. Jacob
r . Uhlweiler will pay a reward if re
turned to No. 1018 Third avenue.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment ot C. EUlcr, awning and tent man
ufacturer, No. 308 Harrison street, which
can be found in another part of the Ar
Mr. C. II. Church has let a contract to
Sievers & Anderson for 7im worth r,t
improvements to bis residence on Elm
street, which is to be enlarged and beau
Wynian Lefcrdslev. son of Mai. .T M
Beardsley, whose leg was factored in
the C, B. Si Q yards while in the per
formance of his duties as firemm, is le
The marriage of Mr. W. S. McCombs.
bra 1 salesman at McCabe Bros., and Miss
Ida Tremann takrs place at the home of
the bride's fathtr. Mr. Henry Tremann.
Some mischievous boy or cirl flunc a
hard lubber ball throneh one cf the large
windows of the U. P. church the other
evening. Janitor lWtie has the hll ami
would like to know the naughtv vounif.
ster who committed the depredation.
Mr. John Volk hss the foundation in
for another handsome stone and brick
dwelling on the corner of Eiehteenth
street and Fifth avenue and immediately
west of the double building now nearing
Mr. Dan Drosl an.l Mr. John Costello
have purchased the saloon corner nt
Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street.
formerly run by Bissick, Siratc's old
stand. They will have a grand opening
Thursday night. May 1.
A report reached the citv this afternoon
to the effect (hat a bad fire had visited
Tindall s grove, and that a number of
the buildings of the Rock Island Camp
meeting association, had been destroyed.
Investigation up to' this hour has failed
to verify the statement, however.
At Los Angeles, Cal., on the 25th ult..
occurred the roarjiae of Mr. John W.
Spencer, son of E. W. Spencer, formerly
of this city, and Miss Anna L. Camp, of
Los Angeles. Many in this city who
have known the groom from boyhood will
wish the young couple jay and much of
Mavor McConochie and the finance
committee have arranged with the Rock
lsiana minding it Loan association to
take fd.t'oi) f the sinking fund wages at
0 per cent interest. The council at its
last meeting authorized the mayor and
nuance commmce to place the money
uaruen sass is coming up, and the
neighbors chickens are again discussed
under the head of public abuses. The
flowers that bloom in the spring will soon
nod askance at the full blown onion, and
our blind and aged bird dog will go out
and lie oa the. sun-kissed strawberry bed
the livelong day. Such are the siae of
the soft, sweet spring.
At the People's National bank this af
ternoon Administrator Peetz sold the
Chippiannock cemetery stock ot the late
bailey mvenport at ?0tK) a share; the
People's bank stock at 160; for the Dav
enport National stock $115, and ill?
was refused, and nothing less than $120
will be taken. Mr. E. II. Guyer bought
the cemetery stoc k, and Mr. D. T. Rob
inson took the People's bank stock.
Cowden. the Rock Island sprinter, in
referring to the challenge cf Robinson, of
Moline. stated in the Argus office last
night that he had never made the assert
tion that he would handicap himself two
yards and beat Robin son in a 100 yards
race, although some of bis friends may
have made the statement. Cowden said.
however, that be would race Robinson
even, luu yards, for 1 25(1 to f.jOO a aide
at Buy time and put the money up at any
Out of 300 students at Augnstana col
lege only 50 or 60 remain. In the pre
paratory department out of 70 or 80 stu
dents only about 15 remain. The com
mercial department has 15. Of freshmen
there are 8 or 10, sophomores 1. iuniors
(college) 0 or 7. The college and semin
ary seniors are still present in full. The
former number 15 and the seminary sen
iors 19. This has all been due to the pre
vailing typhoid fever at the college.
Mrs. Jane Collins, the ladv run over on
the Second avenue side of Market square
last evening was not seriously injured.
The horse which did the damage was aU
t ached to Mr. Chas. llodggnp'a buggy and
after cutting through Market square
turnea into intra avenue which it fol
lowed to Eighteenth street, thence to
Fifth avenue and entered Mr. Hodgson's
premises and passing through the barn
was caught on Mr. John Yolk's lot next
west. No particular damage was done
The police were called to Deere & Co's.
this afternoon with the Leo to get a man
who had been found asleep in a box car
on the side track and was supposed to be
drunk. Oa waking him up the police
iouna mm to De ex-roiiceman "Dutcbv
Rosenfield, a switchman in the Rock Isl
and yard. He bad lain dawn in the car
and gone to sleep, and the boys had
brought the car to Moline without bia
waking np. When the car was opened,
"Dutchy V surprise was so great that he
could scarcely apeak, and it was some
time before be could comprehend the ait
nation. Moline Ditpateh.
Mr. Frank Fulsineer, Jr., has succeed
ed through the mediation of members of
Buford Post, 243, G. A. R , to which be
feels very grateful, in getting his father
lato the state soldiers home at Oulncy
Mr. Fulsingcr is a veteran of the war.but
misfortune has befallen him in the im
pairroent of bis mental faculties, and a
number of years ago it became necessary
to send him to the Jacksonville hospital
for the insane. More recently he has
been confined to the poor farm. The
faithful son may well feel gratified that
he has so bettered the surroundings of
his unfortunate father.
J. II. Sinclair is in the city looking
after the interests of Mile. Rhea, who ap
pears at Harper's opera house on Monday
evening. Mr. Sinclair is an old newspa
per man. He was formerly dramatic
editor and editorial writer on the Buffalo
Express. The treat actress will appear
in her new historical p'.ay. "Josephine,
Empress of. the French." Every assur
ance is given that the production will be
a magnificent one. The advance ssle
of seats opens Friday morning. Notwith
standing the strength of the attraction
and the enormous expense connected
with the production, the regular scale of
prices will prevail.
Mr. J. T. Ken worthy expects to move
to Rock Island temporarily at least, as
soon as the insurance adjusters have in
spected bis personal property. Mr. Ken
worthy's theory as to the cause of the fire
which destroyed his beautiful country
home yesterday, now is that a spark from
the chimney, which was immediately
back of the tower, blew into an open
window m the tower, as the wind from
the west was blowing at a high rate, and
ignited a lot of papers.magazines and old
letters which were stored there, and that
before the flames could be subdued they
had gained such headway as to soon en
velope the entire building.
Bedroom suitfs, folding beds, mats
tresses, pillows on the credit system, at
the Adams, 323 Brady street, Davenport.
Call on Joseph Traeger, Pennsylvania
house, Davenport, and indulge in his
grand lunch and bock beer.
Baby carriages including the Down
ing sleeping couch at the Adams, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NIGIIT OKI.T.
THURSDAY, MAY 1st.
Will g'vo one of their enjovxMe entertain-nirLt-
nmler the auppire of
Mm Morris Camp S. ol V.
Reseryed Seals 35 Cents.
Sale of sent at nul v)ace.
Table ana Shelf Oil
won a:;i rtcrtRK
lTictur Cord, Twin. Sails
and ilioiks at k.'t pricna.
Call ami ce.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Doom.
ik rm or
r $200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? per cent Kmi annually, collected and
remitted free ot charg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 M atonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart.
KOl'K INIiASD, I LI.
Spring Styles now Ready.
R. R. TICKET
OFFICE In Adama Kzprest OfficA oodeT
Reduced Rates to all Points.
SOLE A0K5T FOR
The r.:pe llrg. Co.'t Bicycle. Ladiea and
Cuildren"iBicjcla a specialty.
Are seasonable. We show this week
a large assortment in Gloria and Silk
in plain, gold and silver bandies.
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 snecial values in .Tersev
Ribbed Vests, ladies, at 10c, 12c and
Don't confound this underwear with
the cheap trash on the market.
The above numbers are worth buy
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, TAPESTRY, Etc , ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, thejr simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREEN AWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Oar display of FINE MILLINERY is most complete and extensive.
The HATS and BONNETS are of the latest shapes, and trimmed elegantly
in the latest styles.
Each and every one are worth more than double what we ask.
Ladies, why pay fancy pricestto others, when we can save yon at least 60
cents on the dollar.
Nowhere in this country can a more satisfactory assortment be found, and
nowhere else in this 'city can .the original styles be found.
WE ARE LEADERS IN
BOOTS AP SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
ISTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia Yalued at 18.00 tfTen away to each customer buying 25.00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let us ahow yon the book and
explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0S STORE, 1818 Second Avesne.
XLM STRUCT SHOX 8TORX
We show the handsomest assort
ment of Spring Dress Goods. New
arrivals in goods for summer wear will
be shown THIS WEEK Including
B atiste and Silk Warp Henriettas. AU
Wool Henriettas, spring shades, includ
ing Ametbist, 40 inch wide at 50c.
French serges, all wool 49c In the
highest grades onr assortment isl com
plete Ladies' Gossamers.
New assortment just received be
ginning at 08c-