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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1890.
Copper, Tin anl
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
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And House Fuknisbi! fctooDs.
tSfSteamboat and Distillery wlrk a Specialty.
-Our Leaders this week al The Fair are:
41 quires or I ponnd Deronstilre iin-nper,
1 ponnd cream rnled commercial note, 102 sheet. .A 35c
Pure Irish linen paper, ruled or Dlaiu, per box k 18c
4-ball croqnet sets . . 62c
Lawn tenuis sets worth 111. SO at ; 9 90
Lawn chain at 9Sc and . . 1 18
Japanese fire screens oil .
8ea grass hammocks j, 75c
Paint, guaran'ed pure, 1 lb. cans ! . 10c.
Furniture beaters 15c and 4 . 25c
And many other barn-tins in f i- 'vare, etc.
wail ana see onr 01 nor novel tie In stationery
j 1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Crampton's Bookstore, (op stairs )
The piblic is cordially invited to Inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chicago
Without ny exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
sice Pnoi' graphs direct. We have the ouly Gallery in this city which is first-class in all ita
sppointnents. In fact it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
efc, than all the other Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the biubest
order ari also the ability ana determination to sustain it.
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314: Twentictli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive azents for the following six largest Wall Paper
Factories: Hirae &, tou, Jaueway A 1:0., Konert S. Hohbs & Co., Nevins liaviland. New
York Wall Paper Co., and Kobnrt Graves & Co.
SEE 1. U it rtPHOIALS-Whlcli includes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
below 01 her dealer 8.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon,
KOHN &; ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street -
For the cure of all disorders of the
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.
Sheet Iron Wort
ROCK ISULND, ILL.
roile Jf t m Vx.
at onr -' -'ore.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
:' it'!' Si
Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
THE GREAT TOMORROW.
Ho w the Glorious Fourth is Likely
to be Celebrated.
Th ) Iadastrlal rieale at Aatrews
Urovew.Otaer Attractive ta aaa
at af Tewa Fireworks.
Tomorrow will be the glorious Fourth,
America's first and greatest holiday, an
occasion when there Is spirit of patriot
ism abroad in the land that finds lodg
me it in every trne citizen's heart and is
sun to have vent, whether in noisy dem
onttratlon or quiet observance. There
will be a public celebration in Rock Isl
and this year, which the Rock Island In
dut trial Home association has undertak
en to conduct, and if the day be propi
tious, it will be fittingly com mem
orated. In the morning there is to be a
street parade. The procession will form
at 10 a. ta. on Market square and pro
ceei west on Third avenue to Sixteenth
str.'et, north an Sixteenth street to Sec
ond avenue, east on Second . avenue to
Twentieth street, south on Twentieth
stroet to Fourth avenue, east on Fourth
avenue to Twenty-third street, south on
Twenty-third street to Fifth avenue, east
on Fifth avenue to Thirty-first street.and
south on Thirty-first street to Andrews'
grove, where the exercises will take place
under the direction of President J. W.
Ca"anaugh, of the Industrial Home asso
ciation. An oration will be delivered.
the declaration of independence read
and then the day will be given over to
spcrta, games and other forms of amuse
me it, patriotic and otherwise. An ele-
gar t hall has been erected in order that
the terpischorean features may not be
At night there will be a grand pyrov
tecltnic display, the Industrial Home as
sociation having expended liberally in
fireworks, in order that this part of the
pre gramme may be a brilliant success.
There are numerous excursions Dlanned
Tol uoseTltJrwerrvrpetaing the day
ou'. of town. The Rock Island & Peoria
roed will run an exeursion train to Ca
ble, leaving Rock Island at 3:20 a. m. and
returning at 6 p. m., and all tbe railroads
offjr reduced rates for the day. On the
river, th&Xibbie Conger will make an ex
cu sion to Clinton under the anspices of
th niberman society. The Jo Long
wi:l run to LeClaire. Tbe Golden Gate
wi 1 take tbe Knights of Pythias to Clins
ton, and the White Eagle will bring np
th3 grand army veterans from Muscatine,
The banks and all public offices will
close, the postoffice shutting up shop
af r 9 a. m., and only one delivery be
in,; made by the carriers during the day
Business generally will be suspended in
There are to be attractive celebrations
at Cable. Taylor Ridge and Coal Valley.
Tbe Rodman Rifles have abandoned
their contemplated trip to Sterling on the
The I'laanfor It Oraaaaeatatiaa Coan
Ilrtea ay Caanpiawlaarr Jarkaaa
The ornamentation of Spencer square
ot tbe style and plans prepared by Mr.
Jackson was concluded today by the do
nation of a very floe vase by Mr. and
Mrs. I. Huber and a like vase by Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Wagner. These vases are
Valued at $10J each and are very elaho
rate. The lawyers' donation as selected is
a statute of "Flora," which will be a com
panion statute to that of "Hebe" pre
seated by Mr. tnd Mrs. Gilpin Moore.
They will be k cited on tbe points ad
joining tbe music stand. Any and all
further donations will be located on the
wilks from the corners to the center, as
tbe articles now donated complete the
c ntral ornamentation.
There is no doubt that many others
would be pleased to do tbeir part who
ht.ve not been called upon; to all such a
fi ll opportunity will be given at any time
to place any ornament that they may
wish to give. To all those who have so
ftr so liberally responded great credit
is due. as it shows on their
p.trt a disposition to do something
ci editable to themselves and also to tbe
At the request of Mr. Jackson, Mrs.
W. T. Magill nas agreed to organize a
corps of ladies to arrange the vases with
fijwers for the opening of the square
a hen it oceurs. We have no doubt this
ill be a pleasant task to those who may
e agape in it. Mr. D. Roy Bowlby is
aaxious to do something as an apprecia
tion of tbe improvement, and as a dona
tion is now engaged in arranging for a
grand instrumental concert to take place
hen the work on the square is complet-
el. At the present time- tbe workmen
are engaged on the cement walks: until
t iey are done and hardened the other
vork cannot be begun, but when begun,
rill soon be finished.
Ym, talte a Mleknalac Doae.
Is a biUer pill
For the Aruub and its crew ;
And its doubly tough
When they've got enough ,
To force on them Collins, too.
fjiio' Bright Poet.
It must be confessed that there is more
truth than originality in the lines of tbe
rbymist,but it is a consoling thought that
the Abqob is not alone in ita disgust with
tbe legislative ticket and that it might
lave the commiseration of many repub
licans were It to seek it. A leading mem
Iter of tbe party a lawyer and a man
who has forgotten more than the com
ined knowledge of the two legislative
candidates will ever amount to ex
pressed the sentiment Tuesday, when he
laid: "I was willing to choke down
Crawford as s senatorial nominee as a
uolitic measure, but when they followed
up the dose with Collins I vomited up the
whole business. That was too much for
i stomach as sensitive as mine." This is
ine case where the tastes of the Abgus
ind tbe more intelligent republicans are
iimilar nauseating morsels are repulsive
especially where they are piled on too
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
No Abgus tomorrow.
Bananas at F. G. Young's.
Let the eagle scream tomorrow.
Nice chickens at F. G. Young's.
Nice new potatoes at F. G. Young's.
Oranges and lemons at F. G. Young's
Choice red and black raspberries, at F.
G. Young s.
Fresh Oregon salmon and halibut at
Lloyd s fish market.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sudlow will spend
tbe rourtn with friends at Muscatine
- Mr. J. C. Kinney leaves this evening
for Omaha to visit a few days with his
There will be half hoar trips all day to
morrow on tbe Rock Island & Milan
Conductor Ed Teller, of the C, B. &
Q-, has returned from bis health seeking
trip to North Carolina.
Fine apples, nice sweet California
plums, apricots and all kinds of fruit.and
hot peanuts, at Boro's.
Dr. P. T. Hubbard and wife, of Sagi
naw, JUicb., are in the city visiting with
tbe family of Edwin Ward.
Lost On July 1st, a pocket-book, con
taining $30 and papers. Finder please
leave at Argus office and receive reward.
Mrs. Roessler, proprietor of the Ger
man English school, it has been leatned,
was omitted by the census enumerators.
Mr. Geo. Marten, night clerk at the
Rock Island bouse, has gone to Chicago
to spend the Fourth to bis heart's cons
A proclamation by the mayor pertain
ing to Fourth of July observances should
be read and heeded especially bv ve
J. W. Whip, assistant secretary of the
state board of charities, was in the city
iasi evening acquiring statistics of the
county farm, jail, etc.
Nels Lindquist, the loosr-time porter at
the Rock Island bouse, is uow night clerk
at tbe Commercial and he wears his silk
hat every day in tbe week.
Messrs. Chas. Weverhauser and Fred
Denkman are going to treat their friends
t: a moonlight steamboat ride on tbe F.
C. A. Denkman tomorrow mgbt.
Miss Wilhelmina Peterson leave fnr
New York next Sunday night and on
w eonesaay she sails for Eurone exner.t.
ing to be abroad several months.
Herman Scbmacht will have a grand
opening at bis new location, 309 T wen
tieTU street, Vunorrow, to which he in
vites all his friends. .Fine lunch and
music by tbe Union band. . . .
George Coin well, of Moli nn. dif1 at St
Louis at 8:30 yesterday afternoon of con
sumption, aged forty-four. Accomna
nied by his wife and sister he was on his
way to tureka Springs, in hopes ot re
gaining his health. -
C. C. Mclntire left for Chicago this
morninc. where he will remain several
days visiting and looking at the future
world's fair. Hia wife and little son who
nave Deen visiting with his sister at Chi
cago for two weeks will return with him
tbe first of next week.
Luther S. Pearsall came down again
ycBieruay vo view me demoralized and
shattered condition the nomination of C.
D. Gordon has left his prospects in. It
is wonderful the secret confabs that are
being held within tbe steel walls of the
vault in the county clerk's office these
A sample of water from the Rushville
artesian well was sent to a Rock Island
expert for analysis, who says tbe water is
so charged with active mineral substances
as to render it unfit for constant use as a
drinking water, and "no pood" for me
chanical purposes as it is liable to form
boiler incrustations. Carthage ItepuJli
A new pest has made its appearance
in tbe vicinity of Cedar Rapids, ears tbe
Qtuette of that city, but it is yet too early
in its history to tell whether its work
will prove serious. A black and white
worm, eimiUr in size and shape to that
fonnd on the ears of corn in the milk
stage, is attacking the growing corn
plant. It starts in at the top leaves,
burrows its way downward, and ends its
work by eating tbe stalk entirely off near
But tew persons who view a passenger
train as it goes thundering past have an
idea that it represents a cash value of
from $ 75.000 to $120,000; but such is the
case. The ordinary express train repre
sents from $83,000 to $90,000. Tbe en
gine and tender are valued at 10.500,
tbe baggage car $1,000. the postal car
$2,000, the smoking car $5,000, two or
dinary passenger cars $10.000 each, three
palace cars $15,000 each, total $83,500.
The new Iowa tramp law which goes
into effect July 4, provides that any per
son sixteen years and over going about
without haying a calling or business, to
maintain himself, shall be deemed a
tramp. Be is to have five days of soli
tary confinement or ten days of hard
labor. And it shall be-unlawful for anv
sheriff or keeper of any jail to permit
anyone convicted under the act to have
or possess any tobacco, newspaper, cards
or any other article of amusement or
pastime, or to permit such person to be
kept or fed otherwise than stated in tbe
commitment; any sheriff or jail keeper
wuu viuia.es we provisions is subject to
a fine not exceeding $100, or less than
Mrs. Georgians Bixby.chief operator at
the Rock Island Telephone exchange, re
ceived a leave of absence for one month
from July 1st, and expected to go to Mil
waukee on a visit to her sister, but was
taken suddenly sick Sunday and could
not start. She is now some better, and
expects to start Saturday morning. Miss
r annie ji.nox will act as chief operator
until her return, and will endeavor to serve
the public. Owing to tbe new and exten
sive improvements which have been made
in the office interrupting work for some
time past, she feels as though the public
nas not received tbe service they were
entitled to, and takes this opportunity to
explain the condition of affairs.
The ways and means committee desig
nated by the Rock Island county Wood
men organization to arrange for the con
vention of Woodmen to be held in this
city July 24th, met at the office of the
Port Byron Lime association this morn
ing and organised with the election of
W. P. Quayle as chairman, P. 8. Mc-
Glynn, secretary, and E. L. Eastman,
treasurer. The chairu-an and secretary
were authorized to get out an advertis
ing programme as one way of obtaining
funds, and it was deemed advisable to
aak the various camps of Rock Island
county to contribute to a fund to defray
the expenses of tbe convention to tbe
extent of twenty-five cents per capita.
Tbe committee then adjourned until 9
a. m. next Thursday at the rooms of the
Moline Business Men's association. The
committee expect to rase $250.
Tbe regular monthly meeting of tbe
Black Hawk Homestead association will
be held at the office of the secretary on
Saturday evening, July 5th, instead of
Friday evening, July 4th.
- T. J. Medill, J&., Bee.
CUT TO PIECES.
A Man Beheaded and Terribly
A Frift-htral Aeetdeat aa the R. I. A
P. Kear Hllaa Ttela If rata
ft'raak Ieva'a fate.
Cbas. York, of Milan, was walking
along the track of the' R. I. & P. road
coming toward Rock Island at 5 o'clock
this morning, and just as he approached
tbe first bridge he made a startling and
ghastly discovery. Between the two
tracks lay the headless trunk of a man,
one arm missing, while the body was also
cut in two in the middle, and twenty feet
further along the trsck was the head, on
the side of which was a frightful gash.
tbe evident imprint of the merciless car
wheel. Mr. York was naturally terror
stricken, and hurrying back to Milan,
summoned friends whokccompanied him
to the site of the discovery, while word
was telephoned to Coroner Hawes, who
went out on the 6 o'clock freight and
conducted an inquest, summoning as a
jury. Rev. J. II. Kerr, foreman, J. D
Haislip. Perry Walker. J. D. Lafferty. H
C. Harris and Geo. D. Brown.
An investigation revealed the identity
of the mangled body to be that of Frank
Devoe, a moulder living in this city. His
father, Anthony Devoe; lives on Twelfth
street between Eleventh and Twelfth ave
nues, hjft with another son has been
camping on Big Island back of the toll
gate of late. The father and two sons
work at their trade in Moline and last
evening Frank paid a visit to his father
and brother at the camp. Tbe last trace
that can be found of him is that be was
seen in Milan at about 11 o'clock. Tbe
most natural theory is that he attempted
to board freight train No. 7 on the R. I.
& P. for Rock Island and which came
through Milan at 2:20 this morning and
that he missed his hold or footing, and
fell under the wheels. The train was in
charge of Conductor Whitney and pulled
by engine 4 with Engineer Elberson at
the throttle. None of the crew knew
anything of the accident, the first ap
prise ment of the fatality that they bad.
uemg me attuttaoeement this morning.
These were in substance the facta pre
sented to the coroner's jui who returned
a verdict that the deceased carta to his
death by being run over by train No. 7
on the R. I. & P. railroad.
The remains were afterward gatiered
up by Undertaker Knox, brought to Roca
Island and prepared for interment. The
right arm is missing entirely and is be,
lieved to have been carried by tbe wheels
and dropped into the river.
Devoe was about thirty years of age
and quite well known.
Tbe funeral will occur tomorrow morn
ing from the deceased's late residence at
1112 Twelfth street.
The Pittsburg is due np at 3 p. m. to
The excursion boats will all be busy
The R. A. Sneed came down with two
barges of ice.
The Verne Swain came down from
Clinton as usual.
The St. Paol will leave for the south at
10 o'clock tonight.
The up river boats were the Sidnev.
Menominee, Jack Frost and Verne Swain.
The J. S. Keator and J. W. VanSant
each brought down sixteen strings of
The stage of the water was 10:10 at
noon and declining; the temperature on
the bridge was 80.
A murder occurred on the packet Mary
Morton which passed down yesterday.
just before she landed at Dubuque Tues
day night. The Dubuque Telegraph says:
W ben the steamer Marv Mnrtnn r.
rived from up river last night a burly
negro rousiaDout named Ubarley White
lay on tbe deck tied band and foot while
two physicians stood over a white deck
hand from St. Louis named Turley whom
White had felled with a club at Gatten
burg, forty miles north. - Both men were
placed in the patrol wacon. White hina
taken to the calaboose and Turley to tbe
marine wara or Bitrcy nospiiai where it
was found by Marine Surgeon Bread y
that his skull had been fractured. Tur
ley never recovered his senses after heino
struck. He died at Mercv
morning. A fizht between tha two W.
hands, both of whom were drunk, ied to
The notorious Mrs. Swan was arrested
again last evening for Intoxication and
Mathias Mathews, the barber, was held
in bonds of $200 by Msgistrate Wivill
yesterday afternoon for brutally assault
ing his wife.
John Williamson was run in by Officer
Thomas last night for being drunk and
disorderly. Magistrate Wivill this room
ing imposed a fine of $3 and costs.
Two strangers stole a light grey coat
from in front of the Golden Eagle clothing
store and this morning sold it at Susen
miehl's second hand store where Officer
Sexton soon after recovered it and re
turned it to its owner. The thieves
were arrested this afternoon.
A Lraalaa: Jhar Casalax.
Among the many leading shows, that
of Wallace & Co. is always in the van:
Its popularity seems to be unbounded.
and wherever it extrbits a crowded can
vas is the rule. It is to be in Rock Is
land Frday July 11th. and there will be
no exception to tbe immensely large pat
ronage when it reaches us. A company
that is enabled to presen(so much va
riety and excellence, and a menagerie
composed of animals so rare and curious,
will be sure to be appreciated by this
Tha orta Amarlcaa.
Savings Loan and Building company b
now prepared and ready to make loans
on real estate security at 6 per cent in
terest per annum straight. No premium
required. J. R. Johnston, Agent.
Wm. McEntrt. Attorney.
Office No. 1719 Second avenue. Rock
Mclntire Bros, .have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves do odor. .
Aa Editor and far-rot Cus,
KAS6A8 CiTr, Mo., July 8. The case of
fcdltor Aeltion, of The Star, avainst a very
prorane parrot, which hung from a cage
just across the street, and accosted the ed
itor with ribald jests whenever he made
urn appearauce at the door or the office,
was brought before the Dolioa court Thm.
day. The owner was ordered to keep the
uira ou me street. The parrot persisted
In telling the editor to "Get yorraircut."
Miss Frankle'a Bullet Wet, Aped.
JACKSONVILLE. Ills., July a Miss
rankle Keener's would-be mwuwin K
than, Posten is suiTerinir badlv from the
wound the woman inflicted on him the
night He tried to end ber life. The doc
tors nave persuaded the prosecution to ac
cept a bail bond reduced to f 1.400. whith
T"l A . ill a a . '
rwwn sin proiwDiy oe a Die to furnish,
and then he will be sent to the hospital
nncic no win uAvc wetter care.
Street I -abort rt,' on Strike.
West Superior, July 3. There are
aoout 1S5 street laborers on strike in this
CitV. TheV demAnil nn .rfranna .
. - w.uw ' .
Sl..atof2.00 a day. They are pnradina:
i. ... . . . .
i,rmi, u rawing on an men who are
working for less than 3. When the strik-
era njeiir-a at Alex v. ftow s new build
ine, 10 Sixteenth street, he d
with a Winchester rifle. Everything is
Refused to Cheer the Queen.
London. Ju!v3. The stuff nf th r.
tral Telegraph office of london, mi rube r
400 persons, refused to cheer for the queen,
on the invitation of the official i
of the postal jubilee. Instead of iheering
vuey Ki-oaneu ror lne qUeen They .1,
groaned for Postmaster General Kaikes
BS a Protest aininst hia treatment rxf ik.,i.
demands for tbe amelioration of tbeir
The Teabody Institute destroyed.
Peabodv, Mass., July a The Peabody
institute at Danvera was burnnl tr ,-
ground yesterday forenoon. Ixws. 75-'
000. The fire was caused hv naintor. rh
were burnini? the old paint from the
hlllldlnir l.nil.i:n .i j
George lValxMiy and wa insured.
Articles of fireworks to be found at R
Crampton &Co's. are:
Chapelt of roses,
Colored floral fountains.
'"om one cent to $2.50.
Protect your y against tbe
small boy and his firecracker: fourth of
July win soon be here. Po iciea of in
hi: ranee carefully written by Chas. E.
Order your ice r reams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tione and then you will be sure tc please
tne paiate 01 your guests
Lost A silk umbrella with dark bam
boo handle, silver mounted bearinc mon
ogram H. G. C. Return to 1127 Second
avenue and receive reward
That tired feeling now so often besrd
of. is entirely overcome by Hood's Sar
saparilla, which gives mental and bodily
Take your wife, sweetheart or dauc-h
ter into Krell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va-
nuia ice cream at Krell & -Math's.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
ry Picture Cord, Twine, Nails
ana mooes at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Bock Ialana Bonaa.
$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
- three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorkkt at Law
Roosts t and 4 Masonic Temple, .
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 1BUASD, ILL.
Spring Styles now Ready.
YOU WILL FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8c.
ZephyT Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
Challies, half wooL
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 1 -2c
Princess Cassimere 12 l-2o.
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Hc-
Challies, all wool.
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 1 9c.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMAM,
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN I SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
!F O. HOPPE, -
No. 1808 Second avenue.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind of CUT FLOWERS constantly on hand.
One Block North of Central Park.
The laraest in Iowa.
C. J. W.
Plans and specifications furnished on all cla-ses of work. Also ijrent of Winer's Patent In
side Sliding Blinds, something new. stjlish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
NOT many things are harder than to select - presents.
To get something that will be good of its kind, pleasing and
useful, and not too costly, is what we all wish to do, but
don't always succeed in doing.
We store keepers all think we can meet these require
ments; but perhaps in a china store, the things to choose
from make it easier to satisfy oneself than in most others.
If you intend making birthday, wedding or anniversary
presents, wouldn't it be well to call and see what is here?
I have a great many new things, some expensive, and
some not at all so. Among staples are a new and very neat
brown decoration open stock dinner pattern; something
good enongh for every day use, or for better if you don't
use ne china, and in which you can have just what you
want from a tea pot lid (for example) to a fnll dinner set
A regular 112 piece set would cost about $14.00. I have
others for less one style for $10.75, decorated in colors.
Plenty of Hose bowls ; plenty of ice tubs ; you want some 01 these. A very complete line
of table tnmblers. . r
Something new in euchre prizes. , f
Visitors always welcome. We spend a good, part of our
time "fixing things up" and like to know how . it strikes
other people. V5
Or. M, LOOSLEY, "
Crookxry ajtd China,
1609 Second Avenue.
IVOpcn Satordar eveminga until K p. m.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES 1
For Ladies and
tSTTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 (riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
. - explain how you can get it free.
" - -
: GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ZLM 8TRXXT SHOX 8TORX1
. SMS Fifth
very suitable for present wear.
T.vn Tennia ITlnrknAla I Cn 11a
Ladies' Victoria Laundered Shirts,
cool and stylish, what are left will be
closed at reduced prices-
Just in, new silver and gold head
Umbrellas, $1.47, $1.57 gloria silk.
26 inch, extra values.
Rock Islakd, III.
-408 Brady Street