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SILK SUN UMBRELLAS.
Gold heads. Ebony handles, 26 inch,
aop pach. uooa lor rain or sun.
Will sell a limited quantity of above
to make prominent our opening, this
veek. an advance snipment ot Sun Urn
hrt'll.s and Parasols.
Warranted fast dye steel frames.
i'oM oaps. l:-in. ior snn, hc.
" 2m. for snn or rain, $ 1 .00.
P:IKWarp xreuiieiia biik ain. Sun
umbrtllas, ebony sticks, gold caps
Sew and special bargain silk warp
H.'iirit'tta- silk an wool umbrellas,
warranted for wear and fast dye, 26in.
(or sun or rain, gold and silver hooks
Como silk, fine twill. 26in for sun or
rain, uokl and silver hooks, $2.12 each
y. H f.r fun nr rnin. extra cboice silver lisn
'. Tr-. A ttir Iwrpiin.
Siiti1 Hty1e Hiljuxt ible 'mo fmno)s or
..in -!i "li J'ir 'rl' w-r, to clrnde y nr eyes
l, u nalkini; r rilling, made from Rutin liiul
.,,1,, pii, Ii-iho, pluio mill thinmed.
,n,f riim y pHrst!s black and white, ami
ro.l in.i whiti- comhinations $1 ,"fcj
ill c !i( fnncy llmircd iiin arnola f 1 fo. half
.,v,v i.mie of al.ve ctylos will not lie ahle lo
LADIES' AND MISSES
waPsts6. bCSt Shirtin Pt. boys
to larg6r Sizes' 7o. 15c up
Fine percale waists 25 and 28c
w2S?8 tCnniS flannel Shirt
cord front. 50c each. wing
Boys fina percale waists iti, .
ent belt, 50c. cannot be found elsewhere
oue lot ladies' tennis a ani v.i
cn. v. --uoiuiuuses.
Extra quality fine rrrvH i nn
A sample line blons.
. . - wniKis
a Style at J-3 more
, , MULL TIES.
i.aiuetc ana cliil.lr..n' I..-.. ........
tics iimt reiv...l " vel
ne lot mull tic s. 8c each
Three lota children" lace collar. 4r 7c
Skti1 value,. UAuf y . ' ,.,," '-' .;
adiea' line co lar. new i'vlr, lOUn C
lll-U 1NMIIIM. V HI) lit L.. .
Point DeKVne laoe. ' m' urKn,al nd
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lace-and en.l.V.r..:. u'a,,e
f.PHE BOOK ISLAND ABGUS. WEDNESDAY. APHIL 80, 1890.
Kev. Jno. H. Kerr Made Pastor c
the Central Church.
ervtee at the Meroail
Avenoe Kdi Ire LmM KveatnK...The
""roarers... The Right Hud
Kvron I nr..
Inst received a ..f .
will o at 5ca yard. """"'nmnfon
1713. 17U. 1713. 1718. 1720 acd 1722 Bkcohd Avenck.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
-WHILE WE ARE
SELLING AT COST.
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can save money
hy buying of ns now.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
e . ut received a very liiiye line of Wall Ppir, botictit at our own price, lo clone
line .in 1 ill offer llic entire lot, until gone, at prices never heard of before in the
WALL PAPER BUSINESS.
ni larj While.
Micas 4 ' Hi i
it li.iA.ls, :. li,
U, S, li anil
P.A, 4. 4A fin.l .Y- a rnll.
8 yirnls to r ll, nrst-cla?
in every way, 4jc
Ln!i w.(,l Rmnwil Saliit CJ..1.1. l-l-! a
a roll .
Buy at once before they are all
Tnt LASiiEST-VVt Bfti.'O-CS-.Va:: .-T-tt Fubcc Citics.
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Wall Paper Company,
312, 314 Twcntictli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
fypainllng and Paper Hunginp done on ,h irt notice.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvO PIN & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Irish Cough Syrup
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
Rev. Jno. U. Kerr, the recently elected
tiur oi me ut ntral Presbyterian church,
ws iormally installed with uttina r
Kin. t' . .
- inai evei.mg. There was a lare
"-ungreganon present and tha mnipi
lections by the regular choir composed of
n. u. Folwm. Misses Belle Folsom
and Anna Schnitger and Mr. W. W. Staf
ford. Wllh Misf Agnes Bixby as organist,
ere especially fine.
The services were conducted by Rev.
-raue u. Williams, of Trinceton. Rev
".a. Marquis, of this city, and Rev. C
oicaeig. or Sterling. Rev. Dr. Wil
liams presided hnd preached
luc necessity or the church as God's
earthly tabernacle. He spoke of the -r
1 -Mucianons or nearly everyone with
the church, which wers attended by the
most tender r collections. lie riwolt An
the imDOrtanc nt rni,ii. SI,aAn.Ki
, . r l " " v' aoaciauingcs iwr
worship, of the various modes ot wnr.
Ship, but dlinvi. fill iknu
. . ib won ati iuhlioc
uve demand in our earthly nature for an
. iuij Banciuary an ed flee whirh
has been ded cated to sacred worship.
-"u.u wun u,e custom of the church
service has made it the house of God
Tim.. i , , .
buouio De a place ordained for
prayer, praise and preaching. It is ne
cesasry that people assemble together for
uie worship of God, for private devotion
la not public worship. The speaker was
not prepared to sav that there was no
salvation without public worship, but he
did hold that tlie church of Christ was es
sential to the preservation and the hope
of God's peopl.i. He touched upon the
general benefits of public worshiD. 9un.
day observance was described as polish
ng and civilinng. The influence of the
church is ref eshing and elevating. It
levelopa the power of serious reflection.
cu.tivates conscience. ncp inff1ln.t
and stimuliites christian character. Peo
ple shoul 1 go to their religious devotion.
thoughtfully and worship reverently.
Dr. W ill iaon then breifly alluded to the
election of Mr. Kerr as pastor of the
church, his admittance to the Rock River
presbytery, sd(1 the appointment of the
clergy present to conduct the installation
services. Mr. Wilson then propounded
the constitutional question to the
pastor-elect nnd people, after which
Rev. W. S. Marouis deliver..! tho
. C'H.iRflR TO THK PASTOR.
which he spol.e of as an essential feature
of the installation of a pastor.as its obiect
was to emphasize the solemnity of the
step. Such a service as this was the for
mation of a mutual bond and vow than
which there was nothing biore solemn on
earth . The pastor was an emba? sailr.r nf
Christ, an under shepherd. The pastor
should have a firm conviction that God
ad called and assigned Li in to a chartre
hefore accepting it. There should be no
such idea as the permanent marriage of a
pastor to his church. The pastor-elect
here was not to be wedded to this church.
Neither was he a hireling of the church.
He was 6impl7 assigned to duty here until
God had work for him elsewhere T.t
nothing movs you in your duty here, said
Mr. Marquis, until Christ relieves you.
The vaiions forms of success in the min
iHtry were treated, the people holding
that there wiis no success like the adaD-
tation of oni-'s powers to the needs of
his particulai field. Twolhings are es
pecially necessary to success in the min
istry; one to get hold of God, apd the
other to get hold of men, and to bring
them togethf r. A paBtor in order to be
successful r.u9t have a proper regard
for his pusloral, as well as Lis
pulpit duties; he must practice what he
preaches. The social, business and
home habits all hefp to make or mar the
ministerial life. In conclusion Mi. Mar
quis extended a hearty welcome to Mr.
Kerr to Roc S Island, and affectionately
assured bim of bis co-erT-irts and co-labor
his new field o" labor for the Mass
TGG CHARGE TO THE I'EOPLE.
Rev. E. C. Sickels, of Dixon, deliv-
ered the cht.rge to the people, speaking of
the obligations and responsibilities of the
people as scarcely less than those of the
pastor. We are brothers one to anotner,
and there is an interdependence of mem
bers one u wd another, as there is of the
various members and parts of the
body. Remove or mar a part of
our organic nature and the body ia.crip-
pled. So vith the church. Its members
are all essential to its bodily preserva
tion. Regularity in attendance at church
services, a disposition to be sympathetic
with each ether, to encourage the pastor,
to be consistent as between religious and
arthly duties, to be prayerful and ag
gressive in church work, waa the a Ivice
of the preacher to the people of a church
that would fulfill iu mission.
At the c! ose of the service, with bene-
lction by Mr. Kerr, the members of the
congregatijn moved forward and extend
ed thenglt hand of fellowship to their
newly instilled pastor.
Blood oranges at Browner'a.
New cabbage at F. G. Young's.
Choice pineapples at Browner'a.
New potatoes at F. G. Young's.
Clearing sale at the Golden Eagle.
Armour's bacon at F. G. Your.g's.
Fine asparagus at F. G. Young's.
Choice pineapples at F. G. Young's,
Nice vegetables of all kinds at Brown
Get your wall paper at George Sut
10 to 20 per cent rebate at the Golden
Bermuda onions at F. G
Revnolds, was in the
The celabrated colored marvel, Blind
Boone, ghes a concert at Harper's thea
tre tomorrow night. The entertainment
is given under the auspioes of John Mor
ris camp, Sona of Veterans, and will bo
doubt be greeted by a large audience.
On Monday evening M'lle Rhea appears
at Harper's theatre in her new triumph,
"Josephine. Empress of the French."
M'lle Rhea is exceedingly enthusiastic
over her role in her new play, "Jose
phine. EmpreFi of the French," and every
member cf tbe company seems to have
caught ber spirit. They all act as though
they imafined themselves to-be in reality
the characters they are impersonating.
Buy year carpets, furniture and dra-
peries at the C. F. Adams, 822 Brady
Mclnti-e Broi. have anew and reliable
kid glova cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leavea nc odor.
Meigs Wait, of
No. 1 bock sausage at the
Gregory Brown, of Osborne
No. 1 bock sausage at the Enterprise
Go where tbe crowd eoes lo Geo. Sut
cliffe's for wall paper.
Secure tickets at Clemann & Slz
mann's for Blind Roone.
George Sutcliffe can sell you wall pa
per at almost any price.
air. u. ijowrv. 01 fort isvron. wrs in
the city yesterday on business.
l!.x-lsupervi8or "Dan" McNmI. of
Hampton, was in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker returned
from the west this morning.
Wanted A competent cook, by Mrs
U. frazer. 1210 Third avenue.
Blind Hoone. the creat iro.li
Harper's theatre tomorrow night.
rreaching at South Park rhanpl l.u
1 J CM, .-, '.J
icv. vi. o. Aiaruuis tomorrow evenincr
Attend the annual spring clearing sale
uow in progress at the Go den Easrle.
Blind Boone, the colored musical wnn
ler, at Harper's' theatre tomorrow night.
Wanted A bov to work arounil n rpi.
aence. Mrs. Guver. No. TMl Ninettvnth
ine neu was placed in position in the
tower of the new First M K cl.nrr-h
iou ought to see what a erand stock
of wall there is at Geo. Suit lille's, and
sucii beautiful designs.
Tomorrow beine the festival of s s
Tk:i: iv ....
1 uuiu nun dames, mere wi ll he eervieps
at innitv church at 0 a. in.
Henry Von Ach closes up his saloon on
Second avenue tonight and returns to
Andalusia to reopen business.
10 to 20 per cent rebate to cverv nur
cliaser at the annual string clearing sale
now in lull blast at the Golden Eagle.
The protracted January term of the cir-
cuK court came to an end vesienlHV
Judge rieasants adjourned it sine die.
No advertising scheme, but a Pennine.
bona fide bargain sale, the annual 8Drin
clearing sale now in progress at the Gol
Tbe artesian wt 11 reached a depth of
25 feet this morning and it is exrected
hat tonight will witness the drilling half
Chas. Altert Nelson and Miss Martha
Heaihcote. both of Moline. were mar.
ried al Trinity rectory by Rev. F. Sweet
H. D. Folsom has just received a verv
ne marine chrononitter that is guaran
teed to run as near perfect time as it is
possible to keep.
Next Thursday will be railroad dav at
he May festival with an entertainment in
he evening. All railroad men are invited
to come to supper Thursday evening.
At Geo. isntclifle's wall paper is piled
p to the ceiling on both sides of his ca
pacious stores corner Fifteenth street and
Second avenue, and 319 Twentieth street.
Principal Bishop, of the hisrh school.
has arranged with President Stoddard, of
the Rock Island & Milan, to take the
school to Black Hawk's tower tomorrow
afternoon for a May day picnic.
A three months' old female child of
Samuel Bordeau, lineman at the Sixteenth
street crossing in Moline. was accident
ally smothered to death in bed this
morning at its home in Molina.
Tbe Twin City Ice company of Rock
Island has been incorporated and papers
issued by the secretary of state. The
capital str-vk U f G.OOll The incorpora
tors are Henry Ebrhorn. Nels Pierce and
There waa another exciting wordy en
counter over the Eighteenth street pave
ment yesterday afternoon between In
spect r Lloyd and Contractor Atkinson.
The trouble, however, ceased without
Further investigation by the Anot s as
to the reliability of the report concerning
the fire al the camp meeting grounds was
rewarded today by the happy assurance
that no fire bad occurred and the report
of destruction was without foundation.
At a meeting of the directory of the
People's National bant yesterday, a div
idend of 4 per cent for four months was
declared, which is a very satisfactory
showing indeed. The resignation of
Capt. Peetz, as president, was not ac
A team attached to a load of furniture,
driven by Fred Hlowser, of Andalusia,
got away on Market square this afternoon,
and Mr. Blowser waa thrown under tbe
feet of the horses, but he was rescued
from his peril, and the team stopped
without serious results.
Dr. W. F. Boughton, of E.lgington.
came to town today to see if ex Mayor
Carse had leveled any of bis fences. He
says there are no new republican candi.
dates in bis township, but that tbe
democrats are talking of L. D. Mudge
and Ben Fountaine for sheriff.
Atkinson & Oloff have tbe lowest bid
for paying extensions in the city of
Galesburg and will probably lie awarded
the contract. They were $300 below the
next lowest on a f 40,000 job. Their bid
was for f 1.40 per square yard simply for
sand and brick, the Galesburg people not
being so particular about tbe foundation
as Rock Island is, and should he.
Tomorrow, May 1, it is expected that
the eight hour day movement will he in
augurated in many of the larger cities, but
there is no liklihood, of any concerted
action by the laboring people of Rock
Island. The atone cutters in the employ
of Larkin & Stephens struck yesterday
for a nine hour day, with eight hours
Saturday, the same as Walsh & Edwards'
men have, but it was refused and tbe men
quit, most of them going to Rockford last
night. The firm now has but a few and
those non-union men left. Beyond this
there have been no shorter hour demands
A peculiar case came up in the court of
Justice Wadsworth tbe other evening, in
which the principals were John E. Greim
and Julia Sleybaugh, the former from
South Rock Island, the latter from Dav
enport. It was an appeal from tbe court
of Cupid. Tbe plaintiff clai rued that tbe
defendant bad stolen his affections. The
defendant demurea and asserts that they
were volunUriiy given. After hearing
both parties and giving the case due con
sideration, tbe verdict of the court was
that the parties be sentenced to live to
gether daring their natural lives. . A pe
culiarity of tbe case was that both were
well satisfied with the verdict, and went
on their way a happy and rejoicing cou
ple. Moline Jiepvtiiiean.
BUT ONE COURSE PROPER
Oae t'tmpuy Uiabanda, and Other
Threaten f Fellow Halt The Only
Sure Hrmedy la ta Dlapraae with
the Voluatrrrtt, and Provide Paid
The Rescue Hose company No. 3. dis
banded at their meeting last evening, af
ter dividing the money in the treasury
auiuug me uieoiuers, ana turned over
the hoase keys, cart and other city prop
erty to the chief of the fire department
The Wideawake Hook & Ladder com
pany will probably adopt a similar course
in a lew days, and other companies
promise to follow suit unless the council
grants certain demands the companies
will make. One of these is to provide a
man or men permanently at each of tbe
hose houses, as well as to nut in an elec.
trie alarm, etc.
Without stopping to comment on the
fairness or unfairness of the demands, it
is sufficient to say that the city of Rock
Island is in such a predicament as any
city of the size of this deserves to be that
relies upon volunteer firemen, and ex
pects of them the same service that it
would of a paid and reliable department
Kock Islacd has treated its volunteer
firemen very faiily. All the companies
have received everything they have asked
for except the Rescues, and they have
asked no favors, but have not failed
nevertneiess to respond promptly to
alarms ami to do faithful and valuable
service when there. It is a fact as has
been said, that Rock Island has dealt with
its volunteer firemen handsomely, and
the firemen have done the best they could
to manifest their appreciation of all con
siderations shown them. Furthermore
they are right in petitioning for an elec
tric alarm. The deptrtment is neither
complete nor reliable without it.
But it is time now to call a halt and to
have a change. For little more of an
oiuiay man it would coat to satisfy the
volunteers. Rock Island could put in a
paid department with electric alarm and
other re quirements. It is time this should
be done. Three companies of four men
each and a chief can cover the entire city.
1 he city has the hook and ladder truck
and can get tbe Franklin hose cut reason
ably. Oae more cart like it and all that
will be necessary is to put in the alarm
system. The best and the only true policy
for the city is the one long advocttcd by
the Argus disband the volunteers and
equip a paid department. It is the only
safe, sure and the only economical way
of disposing of the present question.
Pot Nprerh lato It.
The natural impulse in Rock Island
when anything of a mechanical nature
gets out of shape is to take it at once to
Fiebig. the expert. As a consequence
Fbbig comes into temporary nossession
a great many novelties and contri-
ances that would batflj the genius of
anyone other than a man of Fiebig's per-
sistency and skill. He has yet to be
stumped in getting into the mysteries of
safe or vault lock combination, no mat.
ter what the complications. But yester
day, when a rather pretty doll was laid
beforhim by Mr. J. W. Crandall.assia-
ant baszgigeraaster at the R,vt UUn.t
epot. with the injunction that he make
talk. Fiebig threw up his hands in holy
horror, hut he hesitated only a moment,
when he went at his task, and it was not
long before he had thoroughly overhauled
the anatomy of the imaere. removed iu
yocal organs and got them in shape and
replaced them in position and had the
oil speaking. It was one of the EJisoa
phonograph dolls, which Mr. Crandall
ad purchased in the east for the M. E.
fair next week, and it had become dUor.
lered in shipment. But Fiebig brought
around all right and it speaks "Mar?
ad a little lamb" as distinctly as any lit
tle girl could.
John F. Siarpe was fined $S and costs
by Magistrate Wivill for creating a dis.
turbance at the Market square bares of
the Davenport & Rock Idand railway
Marshal Miller's report for April is ap
pended: Arrests breach of peace, 4; assault
and battery. 9; peace warrant, 6; riot, 2;
drunk, 4; drunk and disorderly, 4; larce
ny. 1; fast driving. 2; interfering with
officer, 1; disorderly conduct, 2; vagran
cy, 3; burglary, 2.
Total, 40 stale cases, 1ft; city cases.
Amount of fines collected by Magistrate
U. C. Wivill. $42.15
Jail bill, t.
Number of tramps lodged, 30.
Number of lights reported out Bruah.
2CC; incandescent, 173.
The Sidney is, due up Friday.
The J. W. Van Sint and Q'.eaoiont
Tbe Jack Frost came down with three
barges of ice.
The ?. C. A. Dank man and A. J.
Whitney came down.
The great Pittsburg will be down
tonight or in the morning.
The stage of the water was 8.50 at
noon today; the temperature CO above.
The Louisville brought 16 sixteen
strings of logs, and the Daisy a similar
At Aaianlaaa Colleae-
The condition of the sick at Augustana
college is slowly improving. Some begin
to sit up, but two or three are still very
low. The best care is taken of the ill and
whatever is possible is done to improve
tbe sanitary condition of the college. Tbe
authorities there don't desire to be held
responsible for rumors circulated, which
are calculated to place the blame of tbe
recent unfortunate state of affairs at tbe
college where it does not belong.
St. Paul lodge 107, K. P., meets this
evening for work in tbe second and third
degrees. Habst Smyths, C. U.
' Bedroom suites, folding beds, mato
tresses, pillows on the credit system, at
the Adams, 823 Brady street, Davenport.
WtUMtlekte Blark. Hawk.
And now Supervisor Kerr, of Black
Hawk, says he does not intend to give up
his residence at Milan to accept the au
perintendency of agents for tbe state of
Iowa in the interests of the Franklin Life
Insurance company. He will make his
headquarters at Davenport instead of
Cedar Rapids, as at first contemplated
so that he will not be compelled to resign
Col. Whittemore, commandant at the
island, ia able now to approximate the
damage done by the washing away of the
portion of the temporary dam on the
south side of the island yesterday morns
ing which he places at 120,000. Not
only was the guard house, but fu'ly two
acres of clay including the road to tbe
river carried off, but the dam work was
not so much impaired as at first supposed.
The work destroyed is really something
with which Col. Whittemore had nothing
to do. as it was constructed by Capt. Var
ney before Ihe former came. Col. Whit'
temora, however, bus placed a force of
men repairing the break and he hopes to
accomplish it witliout further trouble, ia
order that the construction of the per
manent dam may not be delayed any
longer than possible. .
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses curative
powers exclusively its own. and which
make it " peculiar to itself." Be sure to
Lost, straved or stolen A Scotch ter
rier dog, on Sunday, for which Mr. Jacob
r . Ohlweiler will pay a reward if re
turned to No. 1018 Third avenue.
Call on Joseph Traeger. Pennsylvania
house, Davenport, and indulge in his
grand lunch and hock bee r.
Baby carriages iniluding the Down
ing sleeping couch at the Adams, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Must come well recommended. Enquire
at xno. "J.i, thirteenth avenue.
Sideboards, fancy dining tahles.ehairs.
al the Adami. 322 Brady street. Haven-
Pnrlor suites, lounges and rattan rot-k
ers at the Adams, 322 Brady street, Dav
The only time ptyment hu--e in Dav
enport The C. F. Adams' Home Fur
nishing house, 322 Brady street.
a waicumaacr ougiu not to feel run
down when his affairs are wound ud.
C. A. Stkki., - - Manager.
OXE NHIHT ONLY.
TI1UI13DAY, MAY 1st.
Will i"ve one f llit.tr enjoyable entertain
ment under the aupires of
John Morris Camp S. of V.
Reserved Seats 33 Cents.
Sale of mmI- at nnal plare.
Table ami Shelf Oil
111 om a:;i ricrrnE
tP-clure Cord, Twine, Nails
atid Hook at lowM pnevs.
Cull ami st-e.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock I!and nonce.
ik ins or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
I rile rent 7 per cent semi annn&llr. collected and
remitted true of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 1ML.AXI, ILU,
Spring Styles now Ready.
R. R. TICKET
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express Office nnder
SOLS ACKNT FOR
Tba Pop Mfg. Oo.'i Bicycles. Ladle and
. CnUdren'Bicycle a specialty.
Are seasonable. We show this week
a large assortment in Gloria and Silk
in 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 Jerse-v
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
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 49c. In the
highest grades our assortment lsrcom
New assortment just received be
ginning at 08c
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN &JSALZMANN have leased, fitted up
ana now occupy nearly all the surface room
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,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Our 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 pricesito others, when we can save you 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 AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENTg LEATHER SIIOES
tgTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia Talued at 6 00 Riven away to each customer bovine $25-00
worth of Boots mod Shoes. Call in and let na show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Fecond Avenut.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
SMS Fiftk Arena