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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, - WEDNESDAY, JUKE 4. 1890.
For Tuesday and Wednesday. Re-
niemDer omy jwu i we snail
offer some great drives on
not to be seen again.
ARGUMENT ONE-Alot of No- 2
tuire silk crown edge Moire ribbons, all
odors, ko at 2 l-2c a yard.
ARGUMENT TWO-A big lot of
No 7. same goods, at y l -2c a yard.
ARGUMENT THREE All the
No. 9 of above ribbons go for three days
only, at Oc a yard-
1 50 pieces of our very best No. 7
pure silk, gros 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
of iobs in plain and fancy ribbons,
bought less than half price, but receiv
ed too late on Saturday evening for us
to cheek up and get in shape for this ad.
They will all be ready on Monday morn
inn at 8 o'clock sharp.
The above quoted cuts will positive
ly be disconlinued on Wednesday eve
nine at 6 o'clock, while the job lots we
mention, will be kept on sale at the
same prices until all are closed.
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1733 Second Avknoe.
Bargains in Ohina Ware.
Tia and coffee cup, S (tles 9j each
Saucers to match 2c '.'
15in. oval dirhes isc "
11 hi. " 10c "
Vlin. plates ; Rc "
4in. Mncedi-he 2c "
ijiu. sauce or vegetable dishes lac -
7u. " " lQc i
Egg cups 3c '
Bone dishci 8c "
These goods were slightly damaged in shipping,
but would bo bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece garien gels Sic
Decker's kitchen soap, per box J!5c
Ppre Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelope to match, per pack l()c
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steain Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d 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.
We sold nearly 250 sun and rain
umbrellas on Saturday. We probably
have 600 or 700 left. Can yon guess
the reason we sold so many on Satur
day? It was simply because our prices are
beyond dispute the lowest in the west.
The balance go at the same low fig
ures. Our great sale on white shirts last
wtfeit is an incentive, lor us to again
call attention to our stock of men and
Three Nos, to which we wish to call
special attention. The rrtfM r P.w
32c and 48o. Also several numbers of
Detter ones, values equally attractive.
, Our gents furnishing goods trade is
growing day by day, and week after
week, we can see it increasing our
methods are right.
We never ask too high a price, ann
frequently are 25, 33 and even 50 per
cent below the market.
These low prices are trade winners.
One more item desirable to mention,
still several pieces left of those dress
challies at 2 3-4c oer varri
half case good style challies at 3 3-4c
nurry up or tnere won't be any left, as
this hot weather will start "em up live
ly. Several lines of dress cnnrio mavb-
ed down to close, best bargains usually
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
Proceeding! of the Meeting at the
Schnell Club Rooms.
A Street f Parade This Morals
Mans at St. Joarph'a The Ceavea
tta. The convention of the Illinois A. O.H.
continues at the Schnell club rooms, tbe
day having been devoted principally to
work pertaining to the order. Last
night the delegates, which number 114
and represent 53 counties in the state, ac
cepted of the hospitalities of tbe Daven
port branch of tbe order. This morning.
headed by Biehl's band, tbe societv Dara-
ded the principal streets, and after con
vening, the delegates adjourned and went
a body to maea, which was celebrated
Rev. Falser Mackin at St. Joseph's
On reassembling the convention ac.
pted an invitation to visit the national
arsenal on tbe island of Rock Island, and
an invitation to attend a halt given by
the Davenport society tonight.
Very important in the business trans
acted were proceedings lookiDg very fav
orably to an -amicable settlement of the
ifiiculties tx tween the two wings of the
order in this city.
The convention is likely to continue
another day lit lesBt.
NkNTII GKADK GRADUATES.
The Sanies of the rapt Is Whi Will
Be Promoted From the grammar
t.rade at the Close or the Frraent
The examiiations which it is necessary
be pass by Ninth grade pupils be
fore entering the High school are over,
and Supt. K ruble is in possession of the
list of graduates for the season of 90.
This year there are but two buildings
sending clashes to the High school, No's.
1 and 4, thtre being none from No. 6 as
in the past. The names of the graduates
BUILDING NO 1.
Gertrude Conqueror, Herman J. Seig-
hartner, Wt Iter Long, EmanueK Gold
smith, Addison Gcst, John J. Jordon,
Louis J. Witter, Nellie Warnock, Harley
Donaldson, Lena Johnson, Edna May
Webb, Mabla E. Laffer. Joe Williams,
Fred Reddis, Albert Ritter, Blanche E
Warren, Rlpb Head. Anna O. Bern-
hardi. William Totten, Thomas Yates.
rrjii.DiNa no 4.
Louise Atkinson, Bvssie Battles. Essie
Burch, Mamie Brennan, El. Branden
burg, John Barnhart, Will Churchill,
Will Colburs. Matthew Con well. Albert
Dart, Worthy Dart. Albert Diedrich. Har
ry Dack, Fred Green, Will Griffin. Jeltie
Estes Mary Hien. Jennie Hill, Lydia
Jensen. Madge Johnson, Lila Lee, Flora
Ludolpb, George Lee, Maggie Murphy.
Orra Mirfieli, Charles Nickols. Otcar
Schmidt, Lawrence Swanson. Clar
ence Spanning, Lillie Simmon, Kate
Studer, Nettie Smith, Hattie Tre
inan, Add it Thompson, Bertha 'Wil
son, May Walker. Ed. oung,
Charlie Apprlquist, Alfred Bear, George
Craig. Bam P. Darrow, Charlie Ebmke,
Frank Free, George A. Que, Rudolph
Uakalier, L"uie Hildebrandt.Harald Jen
sen, Peter Larkin, Frank Quayle, E.1-
mond Ramfer, John Russell. Will J.
Sweeney, Will Thompson, Tullv White.
Edward Nat lor. Blanche Bromley. Clara
Cordis, Mamie Ebrhorn, Lillie Larkin,
Francis Mei k. Emlie Moellcr, Helena
Nissen, Minnie L. Peicrsou, Esther Rey
nolds, May Srliindlrr, Ida Qcherer, TKlla
Spragtic, Gabriel la Sutton, Gertrude Wil
The annu il commencement exercises of
the ninth gr ides occur at Harper's thea
tre at 2 30 tomorrow afternoon, and will
nclude essaya and declamations by the
pupils, and an address with presentation
of certificate of promotion by President
Thomas, of the board of education.
Parents and friends having flowers to
present to the graduates are requested to
send them tithe opera house between 11
a. m. and '4 o. tn ,"od to ue care in hav
ing them clt arly marked.
The Srw Hidr-Awikra.
The reorganization of the Wide-A wake
hook and ladder company was perfected
last evening with the election of tbe fol
Foreman James Thompson, Jr.
Assistant f oreman John Bradstaw.
Secretary -8 8. Hull.
Treasurer B. F. Blecter.
The company made no application to
the council Monday night for license to
reorganize, holding that the matter was
wholly one of authority on the part of tbe
chief. The company expects the city to
buy the old company's harness and place
it in positioi.aqd then it will depend upon
a livery stable team half a mile away in
case of an i.larm. The boys are to be
praised for their efforts, but their plan
while belter than none, does not bridge
over the present difficulties. An electric
alarm with men and team always on hand
is tbe only salution of the present ques
tion, and tbe only remedy for such scenes
as were experienced at Mr. Hurst's brick
dwelling cn Second avenue recently
Prom ptnesn and the experience that comes
from constant drill, are tbe indispensa
ble requirements of a reliable fire depart
The Public Library.
The report of Miss Ellen Gale, public
librarian, fir the month of May shows:
Ait and Bcieice , 12
Heligion and roiioaopiiy , i
Kaasvaajid W lacellaneona... BO
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Juvenile Literature.......... - 603
' At Mon lay night's meeting of the
board bills were allowed aa follows:
P- Appl iton & Co., fft; A. C. McClurg
& Co., $31.78; Merchants' Electric Light
Co.. tlQ fl; John Volk & Co., 3: A. 1).
Huesing, $7.50; Loosley & Knowlton,
$13; E G. Frazer, 2 57; McDonnell
jiteeay Ilea of Jy.
The Ch icago Tribune ot today has the
following dispatch from Joliet:
Bernard Heeny, 45 years old, died in
the orison hospital today. He was sent
from Rock . Island for life for killing
rjoliceman. He has served thirteen yean
and bis sentence was recently commuted
by Gov. F fer . He was apprised of his
pood luck last week, and was so over
joyed that he died with heart disease.
Furnish jd rooms for rent. Inquire of
Schaab & Wolters.
A FAMILY FEUD.
A Seaaatlonal Vlstarbaaee and riatle
Kaeoaater la Bfollae, and the Be
Magistrate Kerns' court in Moline.was
occupied nearly all yesterday morning
with a sensational case from Five Points.
Tbe families of August Hortsman and
August Swanson occupy the same
dwelling the Horstmans the first
floor and the Swansons the upstairs.
Monday night between 9 and 10 o'clock
the two families got into a dispute on
tbe front porch Over a physically insigni
ficant but somewhat noisy doe kept by
Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. Tbe Hortsmans
had been kept awake at night by the cur,
and when they complained to tbe owners
tbe dog was merely told to keep quiet,
whereupon it would bark all the louder.
The result of the wordy duel was that
Hortsman struck Swanson in the face
and knocked him down, following up
this act by wallowing the prostrate man
in mud in tbe front yard and administer
ine to him a severe thumping, while a
friend of Hortsmans stood by and urged
on the fight. The affair attracted quite
a large crowd. Officer Starofsky then
came along and quelled tbe disturbance,
and made the arrests. L
The result of the cise was: Horstman
pleaded guilty to assault and battery,
fined $5 and costs; Swanson pleaded
guilty to disturbing the peace, fined f 3
and costs. Swanson then brought a coun
ter charge against Horstman of striking
Mrs. Swanson in the eye, to which he
pleaded guilty and fined f 3 and costs.
Horstman retaliated by charging Swanson
with using profane and indecent language
to -Mrs. Horstman, but Swanson was
shown to have bad so much tanglefoot
on board that he could bardly be held re
sponsible for what he did say. and evi
dence being somewhat lacking he was dis
missed. Andrew Pauslian, who urged
Horstman to commit the assault, was fined
2 and costs.
Tbe $25,000 damage suit of Anton
Keifer vs. the city of Rock Island, was
tried before Judge Smith and a jury in
the circuit court yesterday. W. A.
Meese, of Moline, appeared for the plain
tiff, and City Attorney J. L. Haas for the
city. This morning Judge Smith sus
tained City Attorney naas' motion that
tbe jury find for the city, and the jury so
Mrs. Swan, living on Twenty-second
street, was arrested by Officer Thomas
last night for intoxication, and this morn-
ng Magistrite Wivill fined her $3 and
Tbe lunatic arrested by Offl :er Brenu an
Monday uighl is still in the city prison
awaiting an investigation by Marshal
Miller as to where be belongs.
June 2 Geo Schafer to Chas Ohlweiler.
ej lot 7, block 4. Thompson & Wells' ad
Jas McCarthy to David Butler, n lot
8. block B. Moline Water Power Co.'s ad
Charlotte Simmons to Robt B Bradley.
part lota 1, 2, bloct 6, Stewart's sub div.
South Moline. $300.
Addrew Frilerg to Jas E Warren, lot
5, block H. Friberg's ad. Moline, $800.
Michael Broderick to Anastasia "Mur
phy, lots 10. 11, block 4, EStickney'a ad
R I. 1,60.
"John Deere by executor to Emma D
Velie. part lot 12, assessor's plat A D.
1801. 31. 18. lr, part lot E. Child's 2d
ad Moline, lots 10, 11, block G, Moline
Water Power Co's ad. West Moline. part
lot 7. block 3. Gilbert. Pitts & Gilbert's
1st ad Moline, f 6 300.
Alamson R Sayre to Martha J Couch.
nwt sej 5. 16, lw, fl.
Jobn Dickson by executrix to Fred
erick N Bopes, lot 3. block 4. Dickson &
loung s ad Milan, f 13.
Benjamin S Seville to Richard Mansill.
part sw ne$ and pait nwj sej 4, 17, lw,
Gilbert Lawson to Teresa Killila, lot 1.
block 2, Harper's second ad, R I. $1,000
3 -Estate of Charles B Knox. Will
admitted to probate. Letters testamen
tary issued to Frank B. Knox. Bond
aived by will.
Estate of Bailey Davenport. Claims
fcstate ot Charles Laflin. Report of
administratrix filed and approved.
Estate of Robert Coyne. Will admit
ted to probate. Letters testamentary
issued to Elizabeth Coyne. Bond waiyed
Estate of Luther H. Barker. Inven
tory filed and approved. Alfred Dtoxsee
Jonathan Huntoon and C. VV N8an ap
Train No. 14. on the C. B. & Q., leav
ing Rock Island Sunday evening pulled
by engine 863, with Engineer Noyes and
Fireman McMahop in the cab, ran into a
work train at Browning, a station north
of Beardstown, Monday morning. The
engine was overturned and sixteen cars
wrecked. Engineer; Noyes sprained his
ankle in leaping from, the engine, but no
other, damages occurred. All trains each
Way were delayed five hours in conse
quenoe of tbe accident.
A pier a-as washed away last night on
Plum riyer north of Savanna, and trains
on the C, M. & St. P., were unable to
cross either way on the Racine & South
western division. Conductor Perrett,
who went up this morning, came back
on Conductor Fuller's time, the latter
proceeding east from that point. '
That Abaralaable Tower Woes.
! Through the persistency and goad
judgment of AM. Dan Corken, chairman
of the fire and, light committee of the city
council,, the vexatious "question concerns
ing tbe electric light tower of the Brush
company at the corner of Mitchell &
Lynde's block has been settled, the city
trading its own tower at the corner of
Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street
for the one on Second avenue, which will
now be taken down by the city and stored
for the present. In the future it may be
placed out id the suburbs, where all the
towers ought to be. -
The Ire D, Inverness and West Rambo
went np. .
: The stage of the water was 6.00 at
noon; the temperature 82. " '
The J. S.Keator and F. C. A:Denk
man each came down with 16 strings of
logs; the Musser, Irene D, Belle Mac,
Louisville and Pilot with 8 strings each.
Wax beans at F. G. Young's.
Choice strawberries at F. G. Young's.
Large fine spring chickens at F. G-
Six room bouse for rent. Apply to E.
New beets and new potatoes at F. G.
Dr. 8. C. Plummer, Jr., of Southern
Minnesota, is in the city.
Found A pocket book containing a
small sum of money. Enquire at Arcade
There will be preaching tomorrow
evening at 8outh Park chapel by Rev.
A prominent Rock Island business man
is to wed a Davenport lady about the mid
dle of tbe present month.
Ex-Conductor T. V. Strain, ot the C,
B. & Q , Is now running a train on the
east end of the Illinois division of tbe C,
R. L & P.
Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gait's collec
tions for Mav were: Beer. $4,264.25;
cigars. 30; tobacco, 6 00; total.
E. B. McKown has added kindling
wood to his soft coal business, and is
now prepartd to take orders for dry or
Tbe republican county convention of
Henry county yesterday instructed its
delegates to the senatorial convention for
R. F. Beats, of Woodhull. for representa
tive. Chairman Hawes. of the republican
city-township committee, has called the
republican caucuses to select delegates
to tbe county convention, next Friday
Persons desiring reserved seats for the
high school commencement exercises at
Harper's theatre next Friday night, may
engage them at Clemann & Salzmann's
store for ten cents.
Mr. Henry Wbeelan drives one of the
most easy riding buggies that has been
brought to this city. It is a combination
phaeton and side-bar of a recent inven
tion, and is a daisy.
At meeting of the board of directors of
tbe Rock Island & Milan street railway
this afternoon, Mai. H. C. Connelly was
elected president, J. M. Buford secretary.
and Peter r nes treasurer.
' Conductor Ed. Terry, of the C, B. &
Q., has returned from the east, where he
attended tbe meeting of tbe Order of
Railway Conductors of the United States
and Canada, and had a general good
Tbe Rock Island & Milan road will run
a car tomorrow night, leaving the tower
12 o'clock midnight, so that any parlies
desiring to spend the evening at tbe tow
er may have opportunity for returning at
There is nothing new in the carpenters'
strike today, and President Gustave
Kloiz, of tbe Rock Island carpenters'
union, says he expects no further de
velopmenu until next week.
The directors of the Peoples' National
bai,k will bold a meeting Borne time this
month to elect a successor to Capt Jobn
Peelz, as president, who has severed bis
connection with, the bank entirely.
Conductor Levi A- Sharpe, of the Rock
Island & Milan road, is taking a well
earned vacation which Receiver Hass has
granted him, and James Simser, a former
conductor, is running in bis place.
Capt. Robinson has nothing more def
inite yet as to who will go to Washington
in the interests of tbe Hennepin canal
from Rock Island- Messrs. D. N- Rich
ardson and M. L. Marks cn from Daven
Yesterday Mr. Gottlieb Hoch pur
chased from Capt J. M. Beardsley and
I'tuiip Millar for 5.60U, property on
fourth avenue,' between Fourth and
Fifth streets, in the rear of Raible &
Stengle's brewery, on which it is believed
an extension of the brewery will be erec
ted. A ball club has been organized in Rock
Island of which Mr. H. F. Blecker is to
be manager and which is composed of
such well known players ss Sterner.
Dinger, Doyle, Burrill, Darnell, Johnson,
Olson.- Grotjan and Wright. Tbe club
will play its first game with the Sham
rocks, of Peoria, at tbe Rock Island park
O.tta O. Huber. son of Mr. I. Huber.
the brewer, has gone to tbe City of Mex
ico lor the purpose of establishing a
brewery there with a capital stock ot
fJ50.in.Hj. Mr. Uuber is the president of
a syndicate of eastern capitalists who are
bark of the enterprise. There arc no
breweries in old Mexico, the one at New
Orleans being tbe nearest. Since the in
vention of ice machines breweries are
Mr. Madison Bowlea. who was in tbe
city today, tells of a severe and peculiar
windstorm which struck the upper end of
the county about noon yesterday. The
sky was clear, but the wind came with
such ferocity that apple, cherry and other
fruit trees were blown dowa and a pine
tree thirty feet bifih and eighteen inches
through, on. bis premises was blown down.
The grand concert Thursday evening.
June 5, at Jubilee hall, Augustana. Col
lege, will be a musical event that no one
should miss. Tbe great feature of tbe
entertainment will be tbe grand orchestra
under the leadership of Prof. Gustav
Stolpe, assisted by tbe ladies chorus.
Vocal solos by Miss Hilma Ohlin, in-
lnstrnctor in the conservatory, and Miss
Amy Huey, piano sola by Mrs. H. C.
Marshall and violin solo by Miss Eva En-
trikip . Tbjs will" he the first opportunity
the Rock Island people will have of a
grand orchestra since the visit of Theo.
Thomas and Prof. Strauss. Don't fail to
Rrpabliraa Prellaajaarie. .
Mr. T. H. Thomas returned last even
ing from Monmouth where he attended a
meeting of tbe republican congressional
committee of the Eleventh district, and
which decided to issue a call for a con
gressional convention at Bushnell, Tues
day, July 22, when the basis of represen
tation will be one delegate for every 200
votes cast for Harrison and Morton and
one for every fraction of 100 or over.
This gives Rock Island 23 delegates.
Mercer IS. Henderson 7. Schuyler 8. Mc
Donough 16, Hancock 18, and Warren 14
a total of 101.
v Tbe Union of this morning, which no
doubt got its information from Chairman
Thomas, confesses frankly that Capt.
Turnbull. of Monmouth, is a formidable
candidate for Mr. Gest's , shoes, and it
also speaks of Senator Berry and Col.
Marsh in an attempted self assuring
manner.and closes with tbe hope that with
Rock Island and Mercer county, and "the
hearty feeling in his favor io tbe lower
end of the district, Gest's nomination may
be confidently expected."
' ' TJ. 8. Signal Onici,
Washington, D. C, J co 4.
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
Severe local storms; cooler.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor. .
The Cloolaa- or the School Year at the
Colleae The COMMtweemeat Coa-
Tbe exercises .attendant upon, the an
nual commencement of Augustana col
lege and theological seminary began
last evening with a fest at the- college
chapel under tbe auspices of the Students'
Mission society. The Rev. C. A. Hult
kranz delivered an address In the Swedish
language, and the Rev. Prof. Foss, of
Wahoo, Neb., in English. -There was
some nice singing during the evening.
Today from 0 a. m. and continuing to
5 p. m. there were public oral examina
tions of the graduating class. This even
ing tbe oratorio of the Messiah will be
rendered at Knowles ball in Moline by
tbe Oratorio society. Tbe proceeds of
this concert will go toward paying for the
frescoing of the chapel, which basjust
There will be commencement exer
cises from 10 to 12 tomorrow forenoon.
And from 1:30 to 7 p. m., under tbe aus
pices of the Alumni society, there will be
an excursion down to White Sulphur on
tbe Golden Gate and barge. All friends
of tbe college will be welcome to join in
this excursion, the fare for the round trip
being thirty-five cents, and dinner being
served on tbe boat for twenty-five cents.
A fine programme will be rendered on the
boat, and at White Sulphur the gymnas
tic class of tbe college will give an exhi
bition, under direction of Prof. Edlen.
Tbe boat will return in tirce to allow
all to attend tbe entertainment at Jubilee
hall at 8 p. m , given by the Conservatory
of Music and the Augustana Orchestra
under direction of Prof. G. Stolpe. This
will be a fine musical event.
The 1 nion and the "l a ion."
Rock Island. 111., June 4. I see the
Union makes an effort to smooth over tbe
position taken by Collins Bros', as regards
the impending strike of the carpenters.
It says they are hiring twenty-five men
and pay from $1.75 to f 3 per day. Now
it is a fact well known to all carpenters
that Collins Bros', have but five or six
regalar carpenters in their employ. The
rest are ordinary laborers and other crafts
men out of whom they expect to make
carpenters if they keep on. Furthermore
no carpenter who is worth anything need
work for less than $2 a day, which is the
minimum wages specified by the Carpen
ter's union, and no skilled carpenter will
work for less. Union Man.
The Paatewr tteraa Proor Filter.
- Rock Island. 111.. June 2. 1890.
MeMrs. Baker & Hontatan, Gectlemen :
I have made a test as you requested
me to do of the porcelain filtering lubes
used in the Pasteur filter.
To obtain some very minute particles
of known dimensions, I caused some
water to become infested with several
species of microbes. I could find noth
ing in this water after it had been percos
latcd through the tubes.
J. H. Southwell.
This is tbe best filter in tbe world.
"What I am trying to do bow," said
tbe man who bad started the paper, "is
to bring this thing to a successful issue.'
&tp in to Ktell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Whitman's buttercups andrjMrah-mal-lows
put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math's.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
Picture Cord, Twine, Naila
and llooas at lowest pricsa.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Coder Bock Island Bona.
M SUM or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
K. W. HURST,
Attoejtky at Law
Booms 8 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCE MbaVD, ILL.,
csrYDiema. . .
Spring Styles now Beady.
Till) v Jl
Are in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c 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 1 9c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, lOo a yard-
Satines, large variety, 10c a yard.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Who now own the
"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 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. GREENAVJ ALT
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 Ladles and Gentlemen.
ISTTahned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 8 00 Riven away to each customer having $23.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let tts show yon the book and
explain how yon can get it free.
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GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL8HOfl STORK, 1818 Second Avenne.
ELM STREET 8HOS STORE
KSi fifth Annua,
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including full with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard.
Black fish net lace, full width 25c
New assortment sun andtrain just
Gloria gold head, 98c'
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c
We will be pleased to have you
look through our stock whether yon
purchase or not.
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 Untriaimed
a complete assortment
Come and see the Styles we are offering.