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THE ROCK ISLAND AllGUS, MONDAY, MAY 2(3, 1890.
Are worth more than we will ask for MEN'S UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS
full size, good muslin, well made. -
To attract attention to our Mens Furnishing Goods Department and to
settle the fact beyond the shadow of a doubt that we make the LOWEST
PRICES on unlaundried shirts and give the best values possible. We will
sell this week.
One lot of Man's Unlaundered Shirts, made from best quality New York
Mills muslin, linen bosoms, reinforced fronts at 39c each. A price never be
fore quoted for N. Y. mills Muslin.
Selling reliable shirts at low prices has built our immense trade in unlaun
dered Shirts. Every shirt sold warranted a perfect fitor money refunded.
23c will buy our A quality of Men's Unlaundried Shirts, full size, good
ninslin well made, complete in every way, button holes and all, 23c each.
THE BOSS of them all. Our 60c Shirt New York mills muslin, rein
forced front and back, patent facing, 50o.
75c buys a dollar shirt. 90c for unlaundried shirts. You would pay else
where $ 1 .25 for. A close comparison wanted on above styles.
One lot Men's fine balbriggan summer Undershirts 25c each-
Will call attention to following quotations which are extremely low
iThird room west, muslin underwear department) One lot Ladies' fine
Aprons, lace open work border 1 5o.
One lot fancy embroidered Aprons 20c Other special values at 22c 32c
50 cents- '
J usf5;eied embdered muslin pillow shams 34c pr. in third room west
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 40in. Dress Flannels down alafn
This time they go at 16 l-2c a yard- a most wonderful bargain.
J ust received the latest summer dress fabric-pure lustre mohairs
"W. "14. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknub.
Te and coffee cnps, 3
Sam-era to mutch
lMn. oval dirliefl
II in. ' "
Hin. eure dihes
8iii. sauce or vegetable
Bone dit-tlei 3,.
These poods were slightly damaet d in shipping,
bnt would he bargains at one htlf more limn we
ask for them.
4 piece ga-den sets 30c
Decker's kitchen soap, per 'box 15c
Pure Irivh linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack joe
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
1703 Second Avenue.
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
An Unknown Coward Frightens a
A Vol I ati-udrr Who Is Yet Inknowi
Trials in the I'ollre I'cart this
A scoi ndrel in human form was guilty
of a ovanlly act at residence of Mrs
Geo. Schneider, 2103 Fourth avenue last
ni(ut,fot which he should suffer severely
if caugh. About It o'clock Miss Eita
Schneider, the youngest of the family.
had occasion to go to the kitchen, and on
looking "hrough a window in the rear she
beheld a man on the outside gazing in
The instant he caught her eye he gaye the
girl a hideous look, and pulling out a
hute daeger flourished and shook it at
her. Tl e eirl was, as might be expected,
terribly frightened and her ecresms
(rollout others of the family to her
ide. attracted the attention of two
gentlemt n who were passing the house
and also a driver of one of the cars on the
red line, who stopped his car and made
an inquiry as to the cause of the alarm.
An investigation was made of the prem
ises and no trace could be found of the
flend, but this morning foot prints were
clearly Jiacernable leading from the
street to the window, where the man was
seen by the young lady. He is described
as wearing a broad brimmed white hat,
but further than this the youns lady was
too badly frightened to observe as to his
A CHEEKY MORTAL.
Mr. Frank Wivill, who lives on Fourth
avenue, between Twenty-first and Twen
ty-seconl streets, was aroused during
Saturday night by a noise in the kitchen
n the rear of his bouse, and on pursuing
an in vet ligation found a stranger cooly
taking drink at the hydrant in the
room. Mr. mil demanded of the
stranger what he was doing there, to
which inquiry came the cool and some.
what deiiant reply, that he whs taking a
drink of water. Mr. Wivill then de
minded how he got there, and he an
swered simply, "this way." at the same
lime mi. king an exit through an open
window near the hydrant. Wurd was
sent to the police station of the intru
sion, bir. before the police arriv d the
man had made good his escape. He left
his hat, however, and yesterday morning
he again appeared at Mr. Wivill's house,
and to I le surprise of the family, asked
f brealfast w s not ready, but before
they coi Id give an alarm he was gone.
He is evidently a fool or is crazy, but
should te arrested in either ease.
Er!y this morning Officers Kramer and
Sexlon arrested Lou Goodrich, Jessie
Williams and Lou Wilson ia their quar
ters ovt r a saloon on Market square and
took ttetn to police headqiiHrtets, and
this motninsi Magistrate Wivill fined Lou
Goodrich $ and costs and Jessie WiU
iams and Lou Wilson each (5 and costs
for dis inlet ly conduct. Security was
given f r the amounts.
Joseph Meyer, the secretary of the
Holly hose company, was this morning
held in bonds of $400 for embrzzlemeDt
and sent to jail in default. Other arrests
of mem' er9 ff ihe rompHny on a similar
charge ire expected.
There is an indus'ry in this city that
has been conducted very quietly for sev
eral years which has now grown to be a
very extensive business. Reference is
made to the fruit extract business of Mr.
Frank Nadler who manufactures all the
different, fruit flavors. The extracts
made by him are not excelled by
any othsr in the market. His advertise
ment ar pears elsewhere.
H. Siemon & Son are now ready and
fully equipped with everything In the
stove atid tinware line and they do not
want bi profits, but propose to sell at
live and let live prices. Their store is
stocked witn first class goods of every
thing in their line, and it will repay you
to give them a call when you want any
thing iti their line. Read their adver
Anyr ne wishing photo -engraving, de
signing and illustrating can find an artist
in Mr. I. M. Gaspard, Davenport. Office
n library building.
For Noldlrm' FrnslAnn.
Gen. Nelson Monroe, major general
United Veteran association and also of
the U. S. A , is in the city, a guest at the
Rock Idand house. Tonight he speaks
before a meeting of Buford post, the Sons
of Veterans and the Women's Relief
corps cn the $8 service pension. The bill
which has been for six years before con
gress and has received the endorsement
of two national conventions of the G. A.
R., ret ioves the difficulties that now be
set a veteran in acquiring a pension. It
does a way with the necessity entirely of
agents or of bunting up records as the
names of company officers or other wit
nesses. All that is essential for a veteran
to pres ent is hishonorable discharge, and
it makes the minimum rate of pensions
$8, an i upon its passage all soldiers re
ceivini; less than that amount have their
pensions raised. The bill originated with
John A. Andrew, post 15, G. A. R , of
Boston, of which Gen. Monroe is a mem
The packet Mary Morton passed 3own.
The Isaac Staples came down with
eight Htrings of lumber.
The stage of the water was 8 90 at
noon; the temperature 63.
The F. C. A. Denkmann, J. K.
Grave, West Rambo and Irene D.,
were today's up boats.
The J. K. Graves, Stillwater, Irene D.,
Lion and West Rambo each broueht
down eight strings of logs..
The government light house boat Lily,
Capt. Crapster, is at the levee and a large
number of the genial captain's friends in
the city have improved the opportunity
of pacing him a visit.
"That tired feeling" is entirely over
come by Hood's SarsaparUla. which gives
a feeling of buoyancy and strength to the
CbalUea4c Mclntire Bros .
Ex-Aid. Winslow Howard is a grand'
Mr. Satul Heagy, of Hampton. -was in
the city today.
Secale Flakes, Secale Flakes, ask your
grocer for them.
Black fishnet lace, full skirling width,
252 a yard at Mclntire Bros.
A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs
J. W. Potter yesterday morning.
Secale Flakes! Secale Flakes! is all the
cry. Ask your grocer what it all means
Lowest ever quoted, 89c. New York
mill muslin shirts 39c at JucUabe Bros.
Contractor Nelson this morning began
the laying of the tile cross walks through
Mrs. II. S. Gteim, of Shafton, Tex , is
here with her little son to spend the sum
mer with relatives.
New YoTk mills muslin, linen, bosoms,
reinforced fronts, unlaundered shirts at
39c at McCabe Bros.
Miss Morrison, of Taylorvillc, 111., is
visiting at the residence of ex-Mayor E
P. Reynolds, on Moline avenue.
Give Secale Flakes, the finest breakfast
di: h extant, a trial. If your grocer docs
not have it he will get it for you.
The Chicago papers now get into Rock
Island at 10:30 a. m. over the Q , thirty-
five minutes earlier than heretofore.
Benefit sale of unlaundered shirts this
week at McCabe Bros., btst values ever
offered one lot unlaundered shirts go at
Mr. James K. Sammons, representing
McDonnell Bros., general agents in Illi
nois for the Century dictionary, is in the
Thos. F. Vincent has been appointed
census enumerator for South Rock Island
by J. VV. Bailey, census taker of this dis
trict. Can you woik the button holes for the
money ? 23c for well made, full size,
good muslin shirts at McCabe Bros, this
Graham Lee, son of Mvlo Lee, is home
from Princeton college for his vacatiou.
tie is preparing himself fur the Presbylc
Why stitch, stitch, sticth, when you
can buy good muslin shirts at S ic cachT
McCabe Bros. 50; unlaundered shirts, best
offered for the money.
The ereat "May bargain sale" at Stef-
fen's, Davenport, will be continued for
three days Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Do not fail to attend it.
The children cry for it, the mothers
must have it, and all who have used Se
cale Flakes are simply loud io its praises
as it makes a most excellent dish for
And now its Mllitm Atkinson who
thinks he is sure of capturing the reptib
lican nomination for sheriff. Who knows
but what the lightning may strike J. I).
Cbinn. of Black Hawk?
Mr. Lot liar Harms is laying a hand
some new brick walk on the Eighteenth
street and Sixth avenue sides of his resi
dence properly, and in many ways im
proving the appearance of his premises.
The Rodman Rifles had tteir semi
annual inspection last nik'bl at the hands
Of Col. Wm Clendenin, of Moline, who
complimented Capt. Cuaunon and his
command on their good military deport
Mr. M. J. M Entry, who attended the
lemocratic jubilee in honor of Hon. Do
lus P. Phelps at Monmouth, Suurday
night, pronounces it one of the most en
thusiastic gatherings of the democracy
ever held iu the state.
Park Commissioner Jackson is daily
improving the appearance of Spencer
square. Ihe bandstand has recently been
the subject of ornamentation, the Adams
Wall Paper company having painted it in
a variety of nicely harna.mizin! colors.
The Union has again "been seen" po
litically and another candidate is an
nounced for sheriff with the customary
puffery in the person of Wm. Atkinarm.
The Union in making a great take-off on
these anxious and ambitious republicans.
Mrs. E. T. Norton, only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Keator. of Moline.
died at San Antonio. Tex., Friday morn-
ng. Mis. Keator and her son. Frank,
were with Mrs. Norton when she died.
The funeral occurred this afternoon.
In the circuit court thh afternoon a
ury is being selected for the trial of the
case of the U. B. church against the M.
E church of Moline. a trial as to a prop
erty title. Guyer & Sweeney represent
the plaintiff and Searle & dearie and Y in.
Jackson the defended.
Geo. Schaefer, who purchased the Wil-
mans property on Thirteenth street, ia re
modeling the old bomestead and building
a modern two-story frame on the south
end of the lot. C. W. J. Schreiner is the
contractor for this nio building, which
will cost about 1,200 complete.
Receiver Fred Has, of the Rock Isl
and & Milan road, announces that here
after the last cir leaving Rock Island on
a through trip will be at 7 o'clock, the
last car from the tower at 7:30, the last
from Milan at 7:10 and the last from
Rock Island to the barn at S o'clock.
This arrangement, while an improvement.
Is really only a step toward still better
facilities which Mr. Hass is planning for.
The funeral of Dr. Samuel K. Sharpe
was held from the residence of Capt. J.
B. Davis. 513 Twenty-third street, at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon, there being
an immense concourse of people present.
Rev. Dr. R. F. Weidner, of Augustana
college, officiated. The pall bearers
were: Messrs. A. M. Blakesley, C. C.
Mclntire, S. D. Cleland. J. Ross Mills, Dr.
W. T. Magill and Dr. J. W. Stewart.
In her speech at Moline Thursday
night before the Woman's Suffrage so
ciety of that city. Mrs. Helen M. Gougar,
of Indiana, held that the time was soon
to come to pass when Illinois would grant
municipal suffrage to women, that the
leading statesmen of the state, including
Gov. Fifer, were in favor of it, and as
soon as it should be granted she pre
dicted that the saloons in the towns and
cities will be effectually wiped out, and
even Chicago be placed in the prohibi
A doctor will sit down and write a
prescription, time five minutes, paper
and ink one-fourth of acenUand a patient
pays f 1 to $10 as the case may be. A.
lawyer will write ten or twelve lines as
advice and gets $10 to 50 from his
client. An editor will wtite a half col
umn puff for a man, pay a man 50 cents
to 1 for putting it into type, print it on
7 worth of paper, send it to hundreds
of subscribers, and then surprises the
puffed man if be makes any charges.
A company has been incorporated at
Atlantic Iowa, under the name of the
Harding Electrical Conduit company,
with a capital stock of 600,000, for the
purpose of bringing forward the merits
of a new system of street car propulsion.
The inventor of the system claims that it
is the only practical method of operating
electric railways without the use of the
overhead wire with its attendant dangers
and disadvantages. The inventor of the
system, Chas. K. Harding, is a resident
of Atlantic, and has made electricity a
life-long study. The officers of the com
pany are: C. K. Harding, president, and
W. H. . Applegate, secretary and treas
urer. Atlantic capital is backing the enterprise.
A POLITICAL JUBILEE.
Democratic II cuts Honor Delos 1
The New Chairman of the ltemoeratle
State Committee Tendered a Kerep
tion at Slanaasath. "
Saturday was a red letter day for the
democracy of Monmouth. The Warren
county democratic conv.ntion was held
there in the afternoon.and in the evening
the non. Delos P. Phelps was tendered a
rousing reception at the opera house,
Mr. M. J. MnEniry, of Moline. represent
ed the Rock Island democracy, and re
sponded to one of the toasts in his usual
happy vein. The Sunday Chicago Herald
contains the following account of the in
Monmouth, III., May 24 Delos
Phelps, the new chairman of the demo
cratic state central committee, was ac
corded such an ovation tonight as has
never lieen equaled in this comuiunity.
Party lines were ignored, and the citizens
turned out en masse to pay homage to
their favored townsman. The large opera
house was densely packed and artistically
decorated, the Sixth Regiment band en
livening the occasion with appropriate
selections. The following programme
was observed, all the speakers meriting
the commendations they received:
Congratulatory address in behalf of the
Frances Cleveland club Mrs. J. II. Pat
tee. Address on the part of the citizens of
Monmouth George R Barbour.
Remarks of congratulation in behalf of
Warren county, the birthplace and home
of the man we honor J. II. Hanley.
"Hoboes from Our Neighboring Cities,
M. J. Dougherty, Galesburg; M. J.
"Words of Congratulation from the
Bench" Judge Wilson, of Olney.
"Our Congressional District" William
Prentiss, of Macomb.
"Our State" Gen. A. E Stevenson,
Words of cheer from Ijwa Senator
W. W. Dodge, Burlington.
The senator after congratulating the
democracy of Illinois on their wise selec
tion of a chairman, said that Illinois, like
his own state, was classed among the
doubtful states, but he confidently pre
dicted that when the votes were counted
in November the two would fall into line
with New York, New Jersey and Con
necticut. In reference to Gen. Palmer
the speaker said:
Now, democrats of Illinois, whtt Iowa
has done you can and must do. You
will be called on to vote indirectly for a
man for the United States senate this
fall who is a iant among giants, the
avowed enemy of the privileged classes,
and the recognized friend of the laboring
mnsses. I allude to Gen. John M. Pal
mer. There is no question but that he
can knock the highly protected wool off
the head of any high protectionist the re
publicans might put up against him. I
predict that if vour candidates for the
legislature le nominated on a Palmer
platform they will sweep the state like
wild nre. rit defender of the robber
tariff wi 1 be able to cope with this grand
old man. I conjure you to stand by
him in this (Will against monopolies and
the moneyed powers Elect Palmer to
the United States senate, and the nicht f
election the dcm-Kracy of Iowa will paint
the slate red with the light of bonfires,
and send you a cyclone loaded with
songs of rejoicing.
I desire in a verv few words to pay my
recpects to the McKinlev tariff bill that
has recently passed the lower house of
congress by a strict party vote. What is
it? It is the most infamous, outrageous
and diabolical measure that was ever con
sidered in congress It was conceived in
innpiily and will prove a curse. It will
i-e the goose to lay the golden eggs for
the factory lords of the east and the upas
tree to blight the crops of the west. It
will incresse taxation and make heavier
the burdens of the poor. It is about
time for the farmer of the west to organ
ize and protest against the party which
seeks to increase their taxes; a parly
wuicn retuses to lighten taxes on the
poor and exempts the luxuries of the rich.
Are not the farmers about tired of read
ing their mortgages by the light of their
burning corn; tired of figuring the inter
est on their notes with a pen dipped in
the sweat of their never-ending toil; tired
of exchanging a wagon load of potatoes
for a pair of boots, a bushel of oats for a
l. cent cigar,tired of putting their crops
into the slot and have a mortgage come
When Mr. Phelps rose to tbauk his fel
low townsmen for the honor they had
conferred upon him. the people yelled
themselves hoarse. Mr. Phelps ex pressed
his sincere thanks for the many words of
cheer and congratulation that had been
tendered him. He briefly reviewed and ex
pressed confidence in the bright prospects
for the democracy, and urged the demo
crats of Illinois to stand by him in the
responsible station to which he h is been
called. Thus closed the formal opening
of the Illinois campaign of lh90.
By invitationinf Rev. G. W. Gue, of
the First M. E. church, Buford post, G.
A. If., the Woman's Relief Corps of the
post, Moiris camp. Sons of Veterans and
the Rodman Rifles assembled at the Rock
Island rink yesterday morning for me
morial services. There was a large con
gregation present. The male chorus
composed of Messrs. Dodge, Bishop,
Noftsker, Searle, House), Perrett, Robin
son and Lohse rendered a number of ins
spiring selections, religious and patriotic,
including "Nearer My God to Thee" and
"Rest, Soldier Rest," Miss Ella Wilcox
playing a piano accompaniment. Mr.
Gue took for the subject of his discourse.
"A Good Soldier of Jesus ChnsC'mnd
after expressing his delight at the press
ence of the military organizations said,
he was always glad to welcome orders
founded on patriotic principles and love
of the flag, and he desired at the same
time to say to all who don't sympathize
with these patriotic outpourings, "to
take care what you do." He spoke at
length on the old soldier, whom he held
bad not received proper recognition
at the hands of what should be a
grateful nation in the matter of pensions
and political preferences. He drew a les
son between the soldier of the rebellion
and the soldier of the church of Christ.
Chicago's new cartoon paper, Ligld,
has, within a very abort time, demon
strated its right to live; and not only to
live, but to prosper.
With the last number, it has branched
out as a colored cartoon sheet, and now
takes a place alongside of Fuck and
Judge, of New York.
Light a bright, witty and original, and
i9 aura to but out a large field for itself.
The talent employed on its pages is equal
to any of the older cartoon papers.
Challies 5c Mclntire Bros.
Osae ! Karope.
Mr. J. B. Z;mrcer, the well known
tailor, has coue to Europe on a health re
cruiting trip and will be absent about
three months, but his merchant tailoring
basiness here will be conducted in the
same manner as heretofore, he having
left an experienced and worthy young
man, Mr. Ernest Dorn, in charge. Mr.
Dorn has for the last two years done Mr.
Zimmer's cutting on account of sickness.
He thoroughly understands the business
as all know who have had suits cut by
His stock of spring and summer goods
excel all previous years, and all he asks
is an inspection and a trial of his works
After 23 years experience in teaching
instrumental music. I will promise you
more theory with lesi lessons for the
least money of any teacher in the city.
Daily practice under our supervision giv
en each juvenile pupil. Teachers will
save money to order their music books of
us. One-third off of marked price on
sheet music to every one. Leave orders,
naming author, at my music room 9, 1401
Second avenue. Rock Island. We make
a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers how to teach. Address me at
1405 Brady street. Davenport, Iowa.
Mrs. C. A. Nebeker.
To Dor Owners
Dog taxes for the season of 1890 are
now due.and a'l owners of dogs are here
by notified to provide themselves with
checks, which may be had either at the
marshal's office or of any member of the
police force. PniL miller.
Second Ward Democrats.
Democratic voters of the Second ward
are hereby notified that an adjourned
caucus will he held Tuesday night, May
27th, at 7:30 to select delegates to the
county convention. J. S. McDakrah,
Have your ice cream put up in brick,
melon, pyramid or individual forms by
Krell fc Math and then you will have
something extra fine for your parties or
receptions. No extra charge.
The great "May bargain sale" at Stef-
fen's, Davenport, will be continued for
three days longer Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. Uo not fail to attend it.
Whitman's buner cups and marsh mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
h,rell As Math s.
Mclntire Broj. have a Dew and reliable
Kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra tine and fresh at Krell &
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dibh of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Furnished rooms for rent. Innnirp af
Schaab & Wolters.
The Maine lime industry is 'slack so
they want a tariff duty.
C. A. Stekl, - - Manager.
OXK KIODT ONI.T.
THURSDAY, MAY 29th
I'etnrn of the Welcome Fvoritc,
PETE BAKER !
T.io wor.t wiilo. well known Cntnp.lian. in ih
rl'liet drM-ii unit mot lanclmltle rommlv. re-
cnn-itriiUetl liy liini!eif, entitled
CHRIS AND LENA,
IN'ptcte with a ersnd harmonionii bl.-ndinff of
pretty -one, witty raying and comical nitnationa
Willi I Ik- bright Biinrhine of nniic, -u.-rl-d by a
company of ackoowU-dp-d vocal and Comedy abil
ity, inciuuiui; mirn diillt Max l. In,, well
knowa rintiii'.' roubrette. late slur of Little Nuir-
pvt Co.. and Ihr fnnniert of all Irish rormdianr.
.-iK. joiix MihKiiAK. lalo or Miet-usn and
Coyne, and the eleven-! of all child arli-l. mniv
i'i years of atre.) little IliKNK FRANKLIN, in
Pretty Face! Kxqni-ite ToileU! Elerant
Cot nines ! Masrniticent Scenery.
The Funniest plsy ever wrilie.n lou"l mi It.
t'neer l'arqoeite TV; ltalcony 50c; l.allery
ie. Seat now on rale.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
fTirtara Cord, Twine. Nail
atiti Hook at lowest prievs.
Call and ec.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Coder Bock Island Boom.
ill imn oi
$200.00 and Upwards
For aale, secured on land worth from
three to fire times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? per cent re ml annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attornky at Law
Room 3 and 4 M ironic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 18-ASD, lLdU,
V mi .(I
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 6c a yard.
Challies, 7 l-2c a yard.
New half wool and all wool chal
lies at popular prices.
Paisley twill, imitating the popu
lar all wool blazer fabrics, in stripes,
cream ground 10c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, 10c a yard.
Satines, large variety, 1 0c a yard. purchase or not
Rock Island. Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMANN
Who now own the largest ground floor
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE nd CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
W-I mo t iW'
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.
Ad Encyclopedia valued at 6 00 Riven away to each customer having $25 00
worth of BooU and Shoe. Call in and let us ahow you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Aenno.
ELM STREET 8HOESTORE
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 40c a yard
Black fish net lace, full width 25c
New assortment sun and rain just
Gloria gold head, 08c.
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 08c
We will be pleased to have you
look through our stock whether you
If you wish to enjoy good
health, pure drinking water is
the first consideration To get
it, in this part of the country, 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
atone 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 $6.75 up,
according to style of finish and
Cbocksbt and China,
1609 Second Avenue.