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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1890.
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY.
PURE LINEN 3-4 NAPKINS
91 CENTS A DOZEN.
as a big starter for our LINEN SALE. Biggest' ind of Bargains all
week on LINEN GOODS.
As great leaders and to more fully, if possible, popularize our Millinery
Department, we begin this week a sale of Ready Trimmed Misses' Sailor
Hmis at 1 2 cents each.
A big lot of Ladies' and Misses Cape May Shade Hats 9 cents each.
Flower Wreaths, all colors, 8c each.
Our Millinery Department is the busiest place in town.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
-WHILE WE ARE
SELLING AT COST.
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can s ave money
by buying of ns now.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
We Are the People.
We find giving away Wall Paper a Grand Sncces, so
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
-WE SHALL CONTINUE TO
Give Away Wall Paper
Sufficient to paper one room to every family in the city.
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JUST IMAGINE THE CROWD
We had this morning when we gave away-
2000 Rolls of Wall Paper.
Wall Paper Company,
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
CBTT limine and Paper Hanging done on bort notice.
THE MAY FESTIVAL.
Another Immense Crowd at the M
The Baby Mh aw in the Afternoon, and
" wen the Prizes "The Dairy
Maid's Harper".. A Delightful Even
In- Tontg ht.
The Rock Island rink was thronged
again last evening indeed the attends
ance was neatly twice that of the open
ing night of the May festival by the
In the afternoon the baby show oc
curred at 3:3d o'clock. Out of the 53
babies registered, 52 appeared for the
competition . Mr. and Mrs. J K. Groom,
of Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ray
mond, and Mi m Whitcomb.of Davenport,
were appointed judges as to the prettiest
baby, and they voted the first premium, i
a gold watch, from Ramser's, to Bessie,
seven months' old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sid D. R bb; the second premium, a
canopy top buggy from Clemann & Salz
mann's, to Mjra, ten months' old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Scott, of Chi
cago, and the third, an antique oak chair,
with velvet cushion, to Estella, sixteen
months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Xutter.
The cantata, "The Dairymaid's Sup
per, was given in the evening.
The following was the assignment of
Fner Mr. Hwirle
Karrnrra wife Mrs. Sraiie
Milk rms -Mirsos El'n Wlk-ot, Genie Wilcox.
Grace Biiliiinon. n.illv i'nnl
Pump Mr J T Nnriak...
ChalK Wm I'nllii!.
MtCXll drill Mm (ton Rnliinxin lliun.
Taylor. Florence Angel, Jennie Dk-kman, Daicy
Campbell. Lulu Baker, Carrie K- i ble. ttrare
stiirtteon. Amy fi eodernon, Lizei Uittlesun, Uer
tie l'lice, Mnnrl ltampton.
March Mlwa l.nni.n WhUlnr Ann r.w.A
Jennie Wilcox, Kate Konifh, Bertha Copp, Mai;
pto McParlan, Huttie Jackson, Belle Kolaom. An
na Collon. l.eta Vilcoi, Florence Ansel; Mesxra.
Charlie Hull. Ralph Haveratick, Charlie Reiiners
iimrne i ase, rnrry Muimnna, Charlie Spencer,
"S, rranK i ayior, Kornrt rierre,
I rank Thouipsun, Marvin Case.
The cantata opens with the farmer
looking offin the distance to get a glimpse
of the invited guests; he sings a song of
welcome and presently the faint voices of
singing are Leard. and he salutes thi-m
with his hom, and the singers coming
nearer, he answers in song and returns to
his home to announce their coming.
Then the dairymaids and dairymen come
marching in, executing one of the finest
drills evtr g ven before a Rock Island
audience, and which called forth rounds
of applause sfter every change.
The next are the milk maids with their
stools, who g. through a drill that also
pleases the aidience and are heartily ap
plauded. Tbefarmerand wife are all
ready for their guests and sing a welcom
ing song and the dairy maids with stools
and the me a with their pails and the
cows in the shape of pump, chalk and
milk cans, come in and sing their final
Mrs Searle sang a beautiful solo which
called forth a hearty encore.
Charles Sto ldard was commander of ihe
march and Miss Leia Wilcox of the stool
This entirlaiiiinent will be repeated
Saturday evening. Tonight the "Cradle
Songs of Mary Nations" will be given.
twelve nations singing their lullabies.
The 4'hirngo Pow.wow.
The Union publishes with apparent sat
faction the announcement that Post
muster Howa-d Wells has returned from
Chicago, where he attended the meeting
of the republisan state central committee
at the Grand Pacific hotel, and where the
panicky condition of the Eleventh
district came n for a large share of at
tention, naturally enough. Boss Wells
undoubtedly saved bis powder until he
got home whim be blew into the ear of
the Union iind as a result that sheet
comes out wi.h the announcement that
Dr. Truesdale, of this city, made a speech
eulogistic of Congressman Gest, "his
faithful and telling work," the unerr
ing safety of ihe Eleventh district to the
republijans, which with Gest as a candi
date, the republicans could easily carry
again. Dr. Truesdale generally looks
upon the liar py side of life and he is able
to make the best of things, hut notwith
standing this, he did not make any such
statements a.f- Boss Wells has been stuff
ing the forlorn Eighteenth street concern
with. The doctor thinks too much of hiB
reputation for political common sense
and foresight to"make any such breaks.
What Dr. Truesdale did really say ap
pears in today's Chicago JJertrid. Here it
For the :!vcnth distiict Dr. Calvin
Truesdale, or Rock Island, took the floor
and proceeded to dampen the ardor of
bis hearers by telling them that the Elevs
enth was a doubtful district. Still, he
"thought" it could be carried by Gest, and
he would ad rise his renomination. It was
ill trading horses crossing a stream, and
considering how close the district is it
would be safer to stick to the old candidate.
If there is much happiness or tnthusi
asm in that statement the average man
will have difficulty in discerning it. If
it isn't a practical acknowledgment of the
critical condition of affairs that the re
publicans find In the Eleventh district, it
But by th way, isn't Boss Wells show
ing a recklet'8 disregard for civil service
rules in neglecting his duties here to at
tend politici. I meetings? lie doesn't draw
$2,500 out of the publicltreasury annus
ally for any such business. Be is not
paid for that kind of business.
The Inter-Ocean says that considering
the large attendance, there were very few
office holders present. Wells was an ex
ception thee and it ought to cause him a
reprimind, even if he is Mr. Gest s par
ticular net ia this end of the district.
5 Coal Valley Mining Co. to Michael
Cary, lot VU ana pt l. act. if. w, a.
Jane B Sibaechter to Nancy B Faville,
t inta L R fi. RftDids Citv. 800.
Jesse Gairiga to Mary C Kannady. lot
6. block 1,11 R Edwards' ad, Moline,
iu Anrlarann bv heir, to C RFrantz.
pt lot 5. block 6, Gilbert & Pitts' ad, Mo
B Estat J of Margaret Donahue. Pe
tition to i ell real estate to pay debta.
Hearing an order oi Bate. ,
Nice bananas at F. G. Young's.
Nice strawberries at F. G. Young's.
Choice new potatoes at F. G. Youn'a
Fresh raddishes and lettuce at F-. G.
Mr. Fred Dead, of the Rock Island
plow works, is in Chicago.
The Rock Island Citizens' Improvement
association meets tomorrow evening. No
postal card notices will be issued.
Fred Lloyd has returned from his peri
lous bvcicle trio to Petersburg, trea is
all right, but he does not say anything
about his wheel.
The name of Miss Ella Sprague should
have appeared with the list of flower
girls participating in the "May Day Car
nival," as printed in the Akgus of ltst
A cow tramped all over Spencer square
last night, leaviog her footprints every
where. Commissioner Jackson is after
the owner and will teach him a lesson if
he can't keep his beast out of forbidden
Manager Meade, of the Rockfofd
Construction company, is busy every day
at the site of the company s proposed
plant in Sears, overseeing the erection of
buildings, etc. The work is rapidly progressing.
Supervisor George B. Browner is being
prominently mentioned for sheriff or
treasurer on the democratic county
ticket. lie would make a strong run for
either office and no republican so far
mentioned could beat him.
The democrats in the uppcv end of the
county are talking of C. B. Marshall, of
Cordova, for the legislature. Mr. Mar
shall is a young man, popular with all
classes, well educated, and would make
an acceptable candidate in every respect.
Miss Amanda B.TKhind. daughter of
C. O. Berglund, of Moline. and a teacher
in public school building No. 2 of that
city, died yesterday of troubles originat
ing from an attack of inflammatory
rheumatism. The deceased was 2(1 years
and 7 months of age.
As was shown by yesterday's A Rous
dispatches, natural gas was struck in
Chicago yesterday while boring for an
artesian well. Who knows what Miwhell
& Lynde will strike in Rock Island before
they get through? Their well is now
down TOO feet and sulphur water is ex
pected in the next 50 feet.
News Las been received from his home
in Iowa of the death of a young man
named Lindeen. a former student in the
musical department of Augustana col
lege, making the fifth case from the ef
fects of the typhoid epidemic at the col
lege. Young Lindeen was a prominent
member of the college orchestra.
Supervisor Luther Fearsall, the Port
Byron aspirant for the nomination for
sheriff on the republican ticket, is in the
city again looking after his fences. Pear-
sail is making no boasts as to his strength,
but some of his friends are claiming the
entire upper end with the exception of
Hampton township, where it is said Don
aldson has put in an oar and has suffi
cient "pull" to capture it himself.
Messrs. P. F. Cox. of Ooe. and Thos.
Campbell, of South Rook Island, the two
leading candidates for treasurer before
the republican convention, are out skir
mishing for delegates. Campbell has en
tered Cox's domain in the upper end,
while the latter is somewhere in the
wilds of Drury. If, perchance, the two
should meet, we shudder iu conlemplai
tion of the result.
Mr. Sid D. Robb is the happiest man
in the commonwealth today, lie has only
recently returned to Rock Island from
Nebraska, having charge of the Farrell
fertilizing works below the citv, and the
testimony that was borne to the beauty of
his little one a the M. E.fair yesterday
touched a peculiarly happy chord in his
heart. He is passing around the cigars
today on the prize baby.
Mr. Fred Haas suggests the sending
of some one to Washington to assist Mr.
Uest in looking after the district's inter
ests at the capital. As the duties appear
too onerous for Mr. .Gest to successfully
discharge, the Argds suggests that the
present congressman be relieved entirely
of the responsibilities attached to his of
rice, and that a new and active congress
man be sent in his place Ben T. Cable,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glockhoff of South
Rock Island, have been visited by a great
sorrow in the loss of their boy Oscar,
aged G sears, 7 months and 19 days, at 3
o'clock this morning of diphtheria. The
boy was taken ill Saturday and the sup
position was that he had quinsy, but it
developed into diphtheria too late for
remedy and death was the result. The
funeral will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow
and will be private.
Appreciating the worth of Aid. Frank
111 socially, as well as a colleague and co
worker in the interests of the city, and
being aware of the tact that he was to be
abroad all summer, Mayor McConochie
and a number of other city officials, and
aldermen and ex-aldermen, called at Mr.
Ill's house on Seventeenth street last
evening, to bid him farewell and God
speed. Mr. Ill was taken somewhat by
surprise, but be showed his appreciation
of the eood will of the visitors by his
hospitable reception of them. The al
derman spread a genuine banquet to his
guests; wine of the best vintage flowed
freely, and the occasion proved one which
all present will ever remember with
pleasure. Aid. Ill started east on his
European trip this morning.
THE LITIGATION BEGUN
Property of the Rock Island & Milan
Prt-ftident Stoddard Confesses Jade
meat for Hnndry Amoants and Court
OhtcerirRelEe motor. Care, F.te.
The litigation which the A Rous of last
Saturday evening announced would soon.
involve the Rock Island & Milan street
railroad, was commenced in the circuit
court late yesterday afternoon when Pres
ident Stoddard entered confession of
iudgrrent against the following preferred
creditors for the amount indicated:
Levi Sharp $ B0 00
fczra w tlcher 6S l
Stewart A M ontgomery 39 S3
lowning Bros ft M
Halligau St Co., Davenport Mil 75
Weyerhauuer & Denkmann 80S 84
Total 5875 83
The company was prompted in this
action by a desire to protect its em
ployes. Conductor Sharp and Engineer
Wilcher, whose amounts were over $50
each, and also the other creditors named.
Executions were issued for these
amounts and also for an amount of a
judgment for $ 134 20 obtained by E G
Frazer, and all were placed in Constable
Eckhart's hands, except the claims of
nalligan & Co. and Weyerhauser &
Denkman. Mr. Eckhart accordingly
seized one of the company's motors, two
cars and one team of horses to cover the
amount of the Ave executions in his
Sheriff Silvia is expected to attach the
other property in the interests of the ex
ecutions of Halligan & Co and Weyer
hauser & Denkman.
An attempt was made by the Davenport
slate in the circuit court this morning to
obtain judgment against the Milan road
for claims held by the estate, Col. Curtis
appearing for the claimants and C. L.
Walker, Esq , for the defense, but action
was deferred by Judge Smith until tomor
Mr. Kent llaMH Nava Cnn rMMm mn
et Cannot Alone Leek After All
Hie VarioiiN Interentaof Kork Inland
at the capital and Home One tthonld
l.e Meat to Aid Hint.
Special Correspondence to Ihe AR.n;
VV'AsniNGTON, D. C, May 3. I have
evety reason to believe the viaduct pro
ject is now in the mott gratifying shape.
.jut uui limine uuiiuinK U11 uoes need at
tention find A fOOfi (loiil fif it Kvprrhndo
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in Rock Is'and is interested in this mat
ter and I think therefore everybody
should contribute something towards it,
and have some good man like ex-Mayor
Carse, John Reiiners, Fred Denkman,
Wm. Jackson. Major Connelly or others
who are willing to get out and work come
hire and look after it constantly. I had
the promise of John C. Spooner, one of
the aenatc committee, that, lie wnnlrl apt
me a favorable report on the senate post-
omce Din introduced oy Mr. Harwell, but
the committee snenr nil Ihia Sainr,ti tr nn
the Washington postoffice, and not a sin
gle other bill could be brought up. This
committee only meets on Saturday and
we win tuerciore uavc to wait another
week for our rpnnrt Mr 9nnnn npnm-
l -..... - . ,1. um
ised me faithfully that he would have the
I'll r i i i .
mil lavorauiy reported at next meeting,
and will ask for lhi auanpnuinn nf Ihu
rules and have the bill passed. I have
also the assurance frnm & nnmlwr nf nik.
er senators that they will help this bill
just as soou as they get a chance. I feel
sure that the hill will be out of the
senate inside of ten days, and then
some one should be here to help
it through the house. Mr. Oest can
oniy De at one place at any one time, and
therefore he should have help to attend
to matters such as he has no time to do.
I think that I have done mv narl of tl,;
work, and as I have several other matters
io auemi to l unnK mat I should be re
leased. No one need be here now for
about ten or twelve day; it may be that
AO one will tw nefeflQnrir trr fAnnon. a
sixteen days. I have "the addresses of
me ainerent parties and 1 can by writ
ing, ket p all going in good shape for that
time, but after that some one should be
here and lieln Mr. I4eat on iha nnatffiw.
r - - - r ti . u ia. t
bill and on the bill for a port of delivery,
ana mere are several other things to be
looked after. I honn that nnr Rnamnu
- r " MUB.UWOO
Men and citizens will make arrangements
so that some one can come here at that
time. I expect to leave here tonight and
come home by way of New York. I have
bten doing a good deal of work at odd
times on tbe Hennepin canal bill and
think that it will come out all right next
week and will be passed in with the river
j i i .i, n
anu naroor Dili. RED IIaSS.
IHed In Nolitnde.
Robirt Assman, a citizen about fifty
years of age, of German nationality, and
a resident of Rock Island for twenty
three years, was found dead in his house
on Second street this morning, by Christ
Leiller, who had sent his boy to the bouse
to see how he was, and the boy returning
with the word that Mr. AsBman was ly
ing on the floor, Mr. Ltftk'r made an in
vestigation, and found Assman dead.
He bad been ailing with consumption
for time. Four weeks ago Poormaster
Engcl provided medical attendance at the
county's expense. He was lust seen
alive early last evening.
Coroner Hawcs on being notified of
Mr. Leffler'a discovery summoned a jury
composed of Chas. Engel, (foreman); L.
V. Eckhart, J. J. Eablke, Christ Lef
fler, Jacob Weaver and Phil Miller, and
held an inquest, the verdict of the jury
being that fhe deceased came to his death
from consumption and exhaaulion.
Tbe great Pittsburg went north.
The Lion and Inverness passed np.
Tbe Bella Mac brought down six strings
The stage of tbe water was 0 20 at
noon; the temperature 44.
Tbe West Rambo, F. C. A. Denkmsnn,
Stillwater and Abner Gile each brought
down eight strings of lumber, the C. W
Cowles and Kit Carson sixteen each, and
the Lion and City of Winona ten each
Tbe A. J. Whitney went north with two
barges and a dredge boat.
Chocolate and vanilla ice cream at
Krell & Math'.
Plnrk Maved Her Life.
The Moline Republican has the follow
ing concerning the sinking of one of A.
J. Whitney's dredge boats above that
city, and the escape of the plucky maiden
as heretofore briefly stated in the Argus.
For some days the dredge boat. L. L.
Lowell, has been at work near the Dim-
ock, Gould & Co. 's mill deepening the log
cnannei ior that company. The boat is
owned by A. J. Whitney, and b-dng un
able to do any work Saturday he took
the crew of the dredge down the river in
the steamboat leaving only the young la-
ay Who did the cooking on the dredge.
The lady's nome is Miss Ella Wheeler.
and she uvea in Hampton. She is young
and pretty, and evidently is one of the
pluckiest guls that can be found here
i ne ooai is anchored near uie wins
dam about 4'K) feet from the shore, and
opposite tbe ice houses. Alone on the
river the girl knew no fear and stayed
mere irom Saturday night till this morn
ing, when she was forced to leave. This
morning she busied herself preparing
breakfast for the crew she expected to re
turn. At 6 o'clock she heard tbe boat
spring a leak. The boat, which is an old
Iumbetaonie affair, rapidly filled up with
water from a gap in her aide, and aa soon
as tbe girl bad jumped into a skiff which
was tied alonside and rowed a lew feet
away, the old craft sank to the river bot
torn, where she now remains with part of
her deck above water. The girl rowed
the skiff to tlie steamer Moline which
was anchored about 200 feet from the
dredge, and arriving safeiy aboard was
cared lor. All who know the circum
stances apeak in high praise of the erit
and presence of mind of the young wo
In the circuit court yesterday afternoon
tbe appeal case of McCulloch & Heath
vs. Andrew Barnes was settled and dis
missed at plaintiff's cost.
Chas. B. Harris was granted a divorce
from Hannah L. Harris on the ground of
adultery, and Anna M. David secured
legal separation from John A. David on
account of extreme and repeated cruelty,
Try Krell & Math's ice cream.
The women of the Russian telegraph service
are raisins a great, outcry in the press against
the liar dsL in of th lnar in fwvv in T?nri.
that they may only marry telegraphist, and
mat, too, oniy tnose who are engaged at the
same station, the official idea being that they
thereby, in case of need, would bo able to
take the place of their husbands. A young
iiassian woman writes to a .Novgorod paper:
'I have, therefore, if I do not choose to for
feit my situation, first to fall in Ice with an
electrical swain, then to manage that he falls
in love with me; next to arrange that he is
t:ansferred to mv Ktntinn This i a hmwA
task for a girl who is riveted fourteen hours
every aay to uer apparatus and does not wish
to lose her pittance of TJ) rubles a year."
Mice Nenled in Her Hair.
Mrs. Madison, a li.mds.nuo but unfortunate
young married woman to whom The Exam
iner extended alms, said to a reporter: "One
of tbe strangest things happened a few nights
ago. My husband has been very sick, you
know, nnd I have been sittiuir ua with Mm
so I sleep like a top when my eyes close. Sow
tnere ara those two white mice, the loveliest
things in the world, but what do you think!
j ue otner niglit tliey actually chewed a hole
iu the top of my tidy cap while I was restine.
gnawed my hair, which vou can see is abun
dant, and 'made a splendid uest right on the
top oi my uead. How they did it without
wakiujj me I can't explain, but mv huslian.l
hick as he is, suggest that 1 wear some sort
of helmet ut night." Sau Freueisco Exam- j
The Moat Beautiful Foot.
The most beautiful f.x.t io tl.o do... I..-
The stvlisb trill r'(ni7P this u... I
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shoes are always large enough toaroid cramp-
ins i"o ana yei are snug and wonder
fully neat and delicate. This is the reason
bv some eii Is can dance all nifht .tv,.,
rest. hile others have to retire early from a
brilliant ball, leaving their hearts behind In
case tney do nut dunce and suffer so much j
ith the u-feet as to preclude the possibility!
reui eujoyiiiruE. ew li.rlitjtar.
A Cair Maine Dima.
Abliot claims one of the best lady marks
men of Maine in the persou ot Mrs. George
urown. .oi long ago si;e saw a tox crossine
the fi,!J a short distsm-e from the house.
Taking ier husband's rille and raising tbe
window she drew a bead on Matter Kevnard
planting the ball fairly in the neck. The dis
tance w us lwenty-tv:o rds. Pittsburg Di
Had News from the Kluit Belt.
GRAND RAPIbs, Mich., May 7. Reports
received from the "fruit belt" are to the
elect that the peach crop is practically
a total wreck. The warm weather durina
February stated the sap, and the fruit
buds were so far developed that when the
cohl snap c-aioe in early March nearly
everything was killed. The crop, as esti
mated by one of the liest informed horti
culturists in the state, who hat just been
over the fruit district, will scarcely
i:ioui:l to one-tenth or a normal crop.
Bowi.ixo, May 6.
A. W. McConnell has his corn al)
Mrs. oung, of Harlan, Iowa, who has
been visiting here, returns home this
The wedding cf Mr. David Walker and
Miss Emma Wangelin occurred Thursday
The concert of the Schalcr family will
be given next Siturday night at the Mc
A 44 inch American Ideal bicycle. In
quire Seventh avenue after 4 p. m.
When a conscientious father vnl&ine.t
to his son that it was his duty to "hide"
mm ior some onense, the son said be was
nnexioiy opposed to the duty on hides.
Dyspepsia's victim? are numbered by
thousands. S.i are those who have been
restored to health by Hood's Sarsapa-
Extra fine large bananas at Krell &
Get a box of fine candy at Krell &
Ice croajt at Krell & Math's.
Table and Shelf Oil
HOOM AND PICTURE
tPieture Cord, Twine, Kaila
and Hooka at loweat pricaf.
Call and ee
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock 1 aland Boose.
in scat OF
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK 1SLASD, 1X1,
40 PER CENT.
Ourbasineas during April shows an increass of 40 per
cent over April of 1889. The reasons may be
given why such a gratifying result
has been obtained.
1 Our stock surpasses in variety
and excellence any we have ever
2 The public areTfinding out more
and more that it pays to buy the best.
It is the wisest kind "of economy.
3 We sell thelbetter grade of eoods
for about what is usually asked for in
ferior qualities. We don't make as
much money, perhaps, but we give our
customers good value for their money;
hence once a customer always a customer.
This week we call attention tofnew
arrivals in Children's Lace Caps, 25c.
New Ruchings beginning at 10
cents per yard
New Fast Black Hosiery, Ladies'
and Childrens' in our time-tried and
Have you seen our handsome as
sortment of Lawn Tennis Stripes at
1 0, 1 1 and 12 1-3 cents per yard. S at
ins 1 0 cents.
Full-width Skirting Flounces 45
Handsome Shallies at 7 and 7 1-2
cents per yard.
One price and that the lowest. All
Goods marked in plain figures. ,
Hock Island. Illinois.
Spring Styles now Beady.
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,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Our display of FINE MILLINERY is most complete and extensive.
The HATS andiJONNETS are of the latest shapes, and trimmed elegantly
in the latest styles.
Each aud every one are worth more than double what we ask.
Ladies, why pay fancy priceslto others, when we can save you at least 50
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.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
ISTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia Talued at $8 00 Riven away to each customer bating $25 00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let na show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenn.
ELM STREET 8HOE STORE -
8989 Fifth Atcdm