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A WHIRL J
For Tuesday and. Wednesday. Re
member only TWO DAYS we shall
offer some great drives on
not to be seen again.
ARGUMENT ONE-Alot of No- 2
pure silk crown edge Moire ribbons, all
colors, go at 2 l-2c a yard.
ARGUMENT TWO- A big lot of
No 7, same goods, at 7 l-2c a yard.
ARGUMENT THREE All the
No. 9 of above ribbons go for three days
only, at 0c a yard-
STILL ANOTHER !
1 50 pieces of our very best No. 7
pure silk, gsos grain ribbons, with the
correct satin edges, all colors, remem
ber very best, will go for three days
only, at 8c a yd. Only half price.
These awfully cut prices are for the
purposes of advertising a great big lot
Hi' jobs in plain and fancy ribbons,
bought less than half price, but receiv
ed too late on Saturday evening forns
to c heck up and get in shape for this ad.
They will ull be ready on Monday morn
ing at 8 o'clock sharp.
The above quoted cuts will positive
ly be disconlinued on Wednesday eve
ning at 6 o'clock, while the job lots we
mention, will be kept on sale at the
fame prices until all are closed.
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
Tea and coffse cop, 8 etjles 9c each
S sneer to match 2c '
15in. oval dishes isc "
1 1 In- " lite -
lain, plates Uc
4in. sauce iliobe c
Sin. eauce or veKUble dishes l-o '
Tin. uic "
, Egg cups 9c .
Bmic dishes jjc
These goods wero slightly damaged in shipping,
bnt would be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece tra den sets aoc
Docker's kitchen snap, per box lisc
Pure Irih linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match per pack too.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Nt xt door to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
Tn ti uu iri:?i!ly invited to inspect onr new tiallery, the finest West of Chicago
Itliou; si ii y tsu p'li.n We hare the only Camera iu this vicinity large enough to make life-
PhotKirraph- i ;. We have the only tiallery in this city which is first-class tn all Its
appointment-, in f i.-i it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
etc.. rh in nli the orher Galleries In this city combined. We have a reputation of the hiubest
order ami a!"o the ability and determination to sustain It,
Thc Laiccst Wail Pap
mt wa wk e ss mes
WALL PAPER COMPANY
31, 31-4 Twcntictli St.,
And Postofdce Block, Moline.
FINE "WALL PAPER Exclusive acents
-u-nric: liire Hon, Janeway Co., Hobert S.
Vork Wall Paper t'o., and Hnliert Graves & Co.
uKE I'LTu wpKCIALS- Which includes ail the
IH'iw n'her dealers
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
For the cure of disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
: Druggist, Rock Island.
We sold nearly 250 sun and rain
u -uu oaturaay. We probably
have 600 or 700 o '
the reason we sold so many on Satur-
It Was KimnlvKflrtoncA M.nKj..
, wwauopum pi itxs are
beYA dispute the lowest in the west.
" vaiance go at tne same low.fljr
Oar great sale on white shirts last
week is an incentive,- for ns to again
call attention to our stock of men and
Three Nos, to which we wish to call
special attention. The trioesr .;
32o and 48t. Al?r SAVArnl nnmVu... r
uener ones, values equally attractive.
Our gents furnishing goods trade is
growing day bv dav. and
- -- uu.uvdx 3 yj i
week, we can see it increasing our
We never Ask-trtrt tio- a
frequently are 25. 33 and even 50 per
cui uciuw tiie xnarKeu
These low nrioes r troa
- v uuvj a.
One more item desirable to mention
(.till I : 1 r. , ..
ociraoi iJirws leu ot tnose dress
challies at 2 3-4c per yard, and a fall
half case good style challies at 3 3-4 o.
Hurry up or there wou't be any left, as
this hot weather will start 'em up live
ly. Several lines of dress goods mark
uown io ciose, Dest bargains usually
&W lit 3L
1703 Second Avenue.
:l);tiz&Mt $wc Cmcs.
for the following six lareest Wall paper
liolilw & Co., Ncvins .fc Jlavuand, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
A MAD MAN SURE.
The Mjeterions Being Who Has
Been Causing Alarm Dp Town.
OHIeer B rnnan's Clever Utth f the
Mtransrr-A 31 mm f drbolarly At-
talnneataThoach Sadly laft Now.
The mysterious personage who has been
creating '.be sensations in the Fifth ward
of late bj peeping through windows and
entering houses in the night, baa been
captured, and is now behind the bars at
the city j rison. His arrest was effected
through u cool piece of strategy on the
part of Officer Brennan, and it came
about in this way; about 9 o'clock last
night as the officer was preparing to re.
tire at uis home, 744 Twenty-fourth
street, his daughter informed him
that she had seen a strange acting man
in the weeds over toward the Dr. Qregg
bomesteaJ ,and thought he was drunk.
Mr. Brenaan was in his bare feet, having
removed all his clothes except bis trousers
and undergarment, but he went over to
where tie stranger had been seen,
and at first glance made up his mind
that he was the one who had been
making lis mysterious night visitations
in that district, and engaging him in
conversation concealed the fact that
he was an officer and finally got him to
his house. The man asked for a drink of
water, and the officer bidding him be
seated oi his doorstep, went into the
house to get it, placing his daughter in an
advantageous position to watch the
stranger, and taking advantage of the
opportunities Brennan hastily dressed
himself and when he appeared, clad
in his uniform, with the water, the
man threw up his hands in mingled
surprise and realization of his situa
tion and remarked: "My good fel-i
low. that s pretty well done. Now I rec
ogoize In you the strong arm of the law
that I have been tnus far avoiding. By
apiece tf strategy rarely witnessed you
have got mejnto your hands. Now you
appear clothed with authority and I must
accompany you. I will accept jour
dtink and then walk with you whither
you will." The stranger drank the
water, and then returning to the office re
marked, "now, I am ready; which way?"
continuing he said: "I am a man of
fairly go d muscular development, and 1
believe could resist you successfully.
but I will not do so because I like not
the idea of bringing my skull in contact
with that batton which you carry in your
good right hand as the insignia of your
office." Oa arriving at the station
where wre a number of other officers. be
sai.lcouiteously: "Well, gentlemen, I'm
at your service?" The officers in searching
bim four d that he possessed a common
case knife, which had been given an edge
as sharp as a rat or. He also had a vial
filled with a liquid mixture, which be
called eye water, and admonished those
who ext mined it that it was a deadly
lie wm placed In a cell for a time.
where lie appeared cool, and in all
that he said be employed the same
measured sentences and eood address
that characterized his remarks to the
officer, showing clearly that he was
man of good education, though
bis mind is sadly unbalanced now.
When ao A nous representative visited
his cell 1 iter in the night and asked him
bis name he looked at the scribe a mo
ment and then replied: "Circumstances
require that 1 be reticent on that point
for the present at least. My chances in
in this community are slim. I am de
funct, pi yed out, paralytic; my brain
whirls." Pressed further with questions
as to the nature of bis business, be said:
"Ah, recognise in you the represen
tative of the press You have a power
behind you that I cannot successfully
confront. All else I fear not, though con
fidently I believe these men about here
with bluo coats and brass buttons, have
a mind to put me in the river, but I
can swim, even unto the golden
gates. This brings to my mind the
thoughts that I must possess: Remem
ber not Lord our iniquities, nor the of
fenses of our forefathers, spare us good
Lord, spire thy people,' he pleaded in a
"But I must sy no more. You are
the presti. At this moment I ara in your
power, sod, I must bid my tongue be si
lent, lest I play the fool with my prat
tle. It ow submissively to you now, but
God spare you if I recogniie you after
"What reason have you for suppres
sing your name?" inquired the reporter
in a m iment's pause between the mad
man's rtntings, and then with a look of
con tern it upon the interrogator, the
- Odi profanum, wlyu et aroeo Favote
lingv,if. and followed up the declaration
bg further expressions in Latin phraseo
logy that again give emphasis to
the fact of his scholarly attainments.
He he mated as if for a second thought
and thci. jerking oil his vest he said : "yon
want my name; how silly of you; why I
am branded with it. look there I." and 89
saying 1 e pushed bis vest through the bars
to the scribe. a one of the ppekets the
reporter found a piece of paper on which
was written "Patrick Welch," and on the
opposite a prescription (written in the
same cloar hand.
"Your name is Patrick Welch, eh?"
inquired the reporter. "Where are you
"As to my name, I am forbidden to
speak; as to where I came frm, I am a
fugitive from Iowa, I believe."
At this juncture be agan became talk
ative, though more rational in his utter
ances. "I did not whet that knife, which
I had in my possession, with any inten
tion of cutting anyone's throat. I naed
it simply to shave myself with. -You will
observe that I am clean shaven. I pro
test th st I never exercised violence
against anyone in your goodly common
wealth since I first approached it by way
of the :oyernment bridges from the city
on the Iowa aide of your beautiful river.
Over there, though, I have foes; men
persists i in following me, and bad I
stayed.there I suppose I might have done
some cutting, though I did not, for the
newspapers have said nothing about it.
That little bottle which the police took
from me contains opia belladonna, a
deadly poison, which I use for an eye wat
er, not for myselt.but for those with whom
I have to deal. All I am trying to do is
to make a living." and with this be be
came violent again, pacing np and down
the cell, beating bis arms and screaming
at the top of his voice. The reporter
then withdrew, his impression being that
the man, who is undoubtedly the one who
has created soj much alarm in the Fifth
ward, is a raving maniac and a dangerous
man to be at large, lie is apparently not
more than forty, if that old, is small in
stature, well proportioned, has a well
shaped head and his face is smooth
shaven. He has very likely escaped from
some Iowa asylum. Inquiry should be
made of the various hospitals in that state,
and if none of them claim bim the state
of Illinois must care for him, as he should
not be permitted to run at large. Officer
Brennan did well in capturing him be
fore he had done any mischief.
OTHER POLICE POINTS.
Richard Trover, a Moline painter, re
turning from Davenport about 11 o'clock
last night was accosted at the corner of
Moline avenue and Thirty eighth street
where the blue line branches out from the
red line, by two highwaymen, who first
asked him the time, and he having re
p'ied that he had no watch tbey demanded
his money. At this he struck one of
them and knocked him down, whereupon
the other dealt him a blow on the fore
head with a blunt instrument and knocked
him senseless. They then robbed him of
$14 in money and a gold watch chain, he
having concealed his watch when they
approached him, and left him. He after-
ward recovered consciousness and pro
ceeded to Moline.
The postofflce and general store at
Crampton was broken into Sunday night.
and T. W. Rowe, the postm3ter,robbed
of goods amounting to $200 in value, in
cluding cignrs, knives, handkerchiefs.
hats, powder, tobacco, cash to the
amount of $1 25 and stamps,$l 25.
The three colored gentlemen who cre
ated the disturbance in the lower end of
town Sunday morning John Thurman,
Henry Terry and John Smith were fined
$3 and costs by Magistrate Wivill this
A Mufcatine officer is in Rock Island
after a horse thief today, and Sheriff Sil
via is helping him run the fugitive down.
THE CANAL IN THE SENATE.
A 4'hiPaco.l'apf r Kc fcnrn the .
cer Ihe lleaaepia In la-.. What will
the Leral 'maittlee lT
Among today's Washington dispatches
to the Chicago TribuM appears the fol
lowing which shows that the warning we
have had as to the Hennepin is probably
When the senate commerce committee
takes up the river and harbor bill this
week a concerted attack will be made on
the Hennepin appropriation. The friends
of other canal projects will claim that
no reason exists why Hennepin should be
put in the bill, while others are left out.
Then there will be a number of senators
who have always fought it on its merits.
But the strongest opposition will come
from those who want the $500,000 set
aside for Hennepin utilized for other
purposes. The commerce committee ex
pects to increase the already enormous
house bill by $3,000,000, but, if half a
million could be stricken out in a single
item, there would be some prospect of
keeping the total down. Senator Cullom
is a member of the commerce committee,
and, if it were cot for this, there would
be no chance at all for Hennepin. But
his influence as a member may save it.
Qapt Robinson, president of the tri-
city canal organisation, was seen this
morning, and he said: "We have been
busy since yesterdty attempting to get
some one to go to Washington from the
three cities and work. The probabili
ties now are that Mr. Fred Weyerhauser
will go in the morning, and I may tro
with him. I will, if I can do no better.
We have been in telegraphic communi
cation with Senators Cullom, Spooner
and Sawyer, and from what we can learn
it is very desirable that a delegation pro
ceed to Washington at once."
THE CARPENTERS' STRIKE.
Contractor J. W. Mrarelaer YielaM
t the Drai f ike Mr a lael
dratau The strike of the Carpenters' union of
Rock Island is still on, and the men ap
pear to be gaining ground steadily. Last
evening the Carpenters' union accom
panied by the Plow Shop band, serenaded
Chas. Heidman, foreman for C. J. W.
Schreiner at bis home on Tenth street
and Sixth avenue. He had been dis
charged because he refused to work the
men under bim over time last Saturday.
Refreshments were served by Mr. Heid
man and the boys were happily entertain
ed. Late in tbe afternoon Mr. Schreiner
decided to concede his men tbe nine hour
day, but they refused to go to work until
their foreman was taken back.
This morning tbe Carpenters' union
held a meeting at Hillier's hall, and ap
pointed, a committee to wait on Mr.
Schreiner and agree upon further terms.
The committee performed its duty, and
an agreement was effected on a basis of
a nine hour day with ten hours' pay, and
the men will resume work in the morn
ing. - . ,
Yolk & ;Co Collins Bros.' and Ma
thias Schnell are still holding out, and
working non-union men,.
A quiet day at tbe docks.
The Yerne Swain was in and out as
The stage of the water was 4:90 at
noot; the temperature 76 .
For the state democratic convention at
Springfield,, June 4, the C, B. & q. will
sell tickets at one fare and a third for the
round trip. Tickets for sale June 8 and
4, final limit June 8.
EL D. Mack, Agent
. Whitman's buttercups and marsh-mallows
put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math's.
TUESDAY, JUNE 3,
MB. CARSS RETURNS.
The Vie Preslaeat af the laaprevi
meat Anaeelatloa Haaae rroaa Waaa
lasrtaa The Praaaeeta mt Oar Varl
Ex Mayor Henry Carse, who three
weeks ago went to Washington at the in
stance of the Rock Island Citizens' Im
provement association, of which he is
vice president, to look after the various
projects which areof vital concern to
this community, returned last night.
Mr. Carse cme home with a rath
er sick eye, wh'ch is giving him a
good deal of annoyance, bnt otherwise he
is in good health and spirits. He was
much surprised when he laarned for the
first time on reaching Rock Island that
the Hennepin canal was in peril in the
senate. "When I left Washington Thuts-
day night," he said, "the canal seemed to
have the brightest prospects imaginable.
Senator Cullom is chairman of tbe com
mittee on commerce, and be assured me
that the canal was all right."
Mr. Carse spoke enthusiastically of tbe
government building prospects. He re
marked, i' we have got a bill through the
senate for f 100,000, and the committee
on the whole of the house has agreed to
report in favor of a $75,000 building.
Tbe house will of course approve the re
port of tbe committee which is the house
itself, and then it remains for the bill to
pass the conference committee. There
it cannot be cutfdown any, and I believe
we will get the $100,000 appropriation.
"The viaduct is in good shape. We
have assurances from Congressman Can
non, chairman of the appropriotion com
mittee, that the viaduct will be remem
bered in tbe appropnation bill."
The Mtate eaaveatlaa Annraiblea la
KorW iMaad Thla Meraias.' Pra
eeedlaca A Viait ta Wavrapart.
The binennial state convention of tbe
Illinois A. O. H. society met in tbe
rooms of Schcell club in Buford build
ing this morning. Edward Spellmsn, of
Peoria, slate delegate presided, and
John OConnell. of Juliet. sec.
retary, and Thos. Hannifin, of
East St. Louis, treasurer, were pres
ent. A committee on credentials
was appointed. and adjournment
taken until this afternoon. At 1 o'clock
the convention reassembled, when the
committee on credentials reported about
seventy delegates present, representing
all points cf the state. The afternoon
was devoted to the bearing of the. reports
of state officers, committee work, etc.
This evening the association goes to
Davenport to be entertained by the Hi
bernian society of that city.
Rev. R P. Sweet departed for the east
Rev. A. R. Morgan, of Joliet, preached
in tbe First M. E church in Moline Sun
Patrick Ferron. of Springfield, is in the
city attending the A. O. H. convention.
ana greeting old friends.
Mrs. J.N. Spencer has removed from
Pleasant Valley to Kork Island, and taken
np her residence at 2408 Seventh avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lambert desire to
thank their friends for kindness during
their recent affliction, and especially
mose wno sent norai tributes.
Mr. T. H. Thomas left for Monmouth
this morning Jo attend a meeting of the
republican congressional committee of the
Eleventh district of which, he is chairman.
Messrs. E. W. Hurst. M. J. McEnirv.
C. B. Marshall, Winslow Howard and
Henry Franing. delegates to tbe demo
cratic state convention, left for Spring-
eia mis arternoon.
M. E. Murrin has opened a rrocerv at
tbe corner of Third avenue and Twenty
first street in tbe new brick block at that
corner and will be glad to see his friends
Slow progress is made in the packing
of the artesian well on tbe premises of
Miicneii & Lynde, but tbe men in charge
are not discouraged, and say tbey have
tackled aa tough undertakings before.
The Improvement Guild of Trinitv
church will hold a tea and wafer sale for
10 cents at the residence of Mrs. Oen.
William Hoffman, tomorrow, from 3 to
V. o'clock. A variety of useful and or
namental bags also for sale. All are cor
Mr. S. 8. Davia left for Chiraen last
night to make arrangements for the Ca-
oie memorial iountam lor Bpencer
square. It is not improbable that a
drinking fountain may accompany the
beautiful ornamental design. Today Com
missioner Jackson received a telegram
from Mr. Davis that the fountain wonld
be here in three weeks.
Prof. Root, the Canton. Me., metporo-
logist, predicts that June will be a repeti-
s m a r . .
iion 01 May. a montn mat was exception
all wet and abounded with storms that
were very destructive to life and proper
ty. According to Root the storms dur
ing June will be the worst for mini
years and will have high tensions of elec
iricuy aurmg weir passage.
Dr. J. W. Cowden nails frnm Hua
York on Jnlv 2 on the ateame Uuulnn
of the Netherlands mail line, for Europe,
tne purpoae 01 ma tnp abroad being to
attend the Tenth National Medical Hnl.
lege meeting of the world at Berlin as
delegate from'the Illinois 8tate Medical
society, tie win aiso visit all tne great
medical centres of the eld world before
The funeral of the unfortunate hnr
Arther Lambert, was held from hi mr
enls' home. 038 First avenue. vptiKl
afternoon, Rev. T. W. Grafton, of tbe
C'DriBlian cbapel, officiating. Tbe pall
bearers were Brt liorten, Fred Smith.
Geo. Hull. Philin Mitaoh. Norman Wonrtm
and Harry Gjlmore. There were numer
ous pretty norai pieces. Mr. J. w. Fos
ter came from Iowa to attend the funeral
01 his grandson.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliant
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Call and examine the new style Leo
nard cleanable dry air refrigerators at
David Don's. :
Mint, wlntergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Leonard cleanable refrigerators the best
to buy, at David Don's, 1617 Second ave
nue. Furnished rooms for rent. . Inquire of
Schaab & Wolters. .
31 J C Yogel to J F Hennigare, part
lot 38, assessor' plat, 2, 18, le. f 112 50
Henry Detloff to Alberic Depoorter,
part set ne s, 17. lw. f 300.
Henry Detloff to Constant Raman, part
set net 0, 17, lw, f 275.
M Ingersoll to Anna G Tallant, ej
swi 19, 18. ow, 600.
F Weyerhauser et al to Hannah Doyle.
lot 3. block 6, Spencer & Case's ad, R L
A R Morgan to Hulda Reader, part lot
2, block 3, Woods' ad, Moline. f 1,600.
Patrick U Keller to James Larkin.part
lot 5. block 2, Bracken's ad, R L 9450.
Frances S Jamison to Alexander Jam
ieson, part r) swj 32. 18. lw, f435.
Susan Griffith to Alexander Jamieson,
part J swj 32, 18. le. f 362.50.
R Battereby et al to Richard Mansill,
part lot 4, assessor's plat, 1861, 4, 17, lw,
R Battersby et al to Richard Mansill,
part lot 4. sej 14. 17, 2w, $500.
P L Mitchell to Carl A Johnson, lot 6,
block 1, P L Mitchell's ad, R I. $400.
John Jacobs to Theodore Jacobs, out
lot F. 35. 17. lw. Coal Valley, f 100.
Richird Battersby to Hiram Rubey.out
lot F. 35. 17. lw. Coal Valley. $800.
Thomas Lees to Richard Btttersby.part
out lot F, 35, 17. lw, Coal Valley, $1.
June 2 Estate of Benjamin F. Couch.
Administratrix's report filed and ap
proved. Estate of Hiram B. LtQueUe. Inven
tory, appraisement bill and widow's award
filed and approved . Proof of notice to
creditors filed. Widow's relinquishment
and selection filed and approved.
Estate of John Hofer. Proof of pub
lication and posting filed and approved.
Estate of John H. Lo wry. Deposition
of Hugh M. Reynolds, one of the wit
nesses to will, taken in open court in proof
thereof. Dedimus potestatem issued to
E. B. Stone, J. P., Port Byron, III., to
take deposition of E. U. Johnston, the
other subscribing witness. Depositions
of George D. Moore and William II. Ly-
iora, subscribing witnesses to codicil to
will, taken in open court in proof of exe
cution of said codieil.
Estate of Joshua J. McCormick. Proof
of publication and posting notices filed.
Guardianship of minor heirs of Emelia
Sophia Haupl. Guardian's account filed
A ?omp, now, you mnst own that you
have gone partly mad on the score of
B Mad? Why gymnastics means
strength, health, long life.
A That may be. but the fact is our
forefathers knew nothing of gymnastics,
B And they are dead, every man Jack
of them. Tagliche Rundschau.
A Blind Hint.
A small boy of fonr summers was rid
ing on a rocking horse with a companion.
He was soaUd rather nncnmfnrtjiltlv
the horse's neck. After a reflective rvanso
he said: "I think if one of ns gets off 1
conld ride much better." S:m FY.mMa
Wouldn't Have Got Chilly So Soon.
Jimmy (who has inst return n1 fmm a
party) Oh, mamma, I do wish Td worn
Mamma Why, doar?
Jimmy Because 1 could have eaten a
great deal more ice cream. West Shore.
A Sufflcirnt Rranon.
Littleton Why did you retire from
business? Didn't you make expenses?
Singleton Yes, jnst lots of them,
that's the reason I retired. Detroit
A Trn Strike.
Snooper How does your new son-in-law
strike you, Fangle?
Fancier For . ten dollars, umiallv.
Now is the time to buv vonr refricrr.
tor ret the Leonard.
Curtain Fixtai es,
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM ASD PICTURE
rfTPletnta Cord, Twine, Sails
and Hooks st lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1825 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island Boose.
n stras or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi saoasUy, collected sue
remitted free of casrga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booas S and i Masonic Temple, f
ROCK ISLAND 'ILL
Lloyd & Stewart.
BOCE MLAID, ILL,
Spring Styles now Ready.
Arc in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
Challies, 7 1 -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 1 9c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, lOo a yard-
Satines, large variety, 1 0c a yard.
Who now own the
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of t-hlw 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 and CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DONT 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,
Newest Styles In Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings,
Richest Styles in Novelties.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES "
For Ladies and Gentlemen. s
ISTTanned Gooda In all colors. V
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 Riven away to each customer buvlag $25-00
worth of BooU and Shoe. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenae,
ELM STREET BROS STORE
- iStt Fifth
- Splendid assortment Embroideries
including fall with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard.
Black fish net lace, full width 25c
New assortment sun andlrain just
Gloria gold head, 98c1
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c
We will be pleased to have you
look through our stock whether you
purchase or not.
Hock Island. Illinois.
largest ground floor
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw, Trimmed and Un trimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.