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END OF Til E FIRST WEEK.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Copper, Tin anil Sheet Iron Wort,
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
And House Furnishing Goods.
Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ABRIDGED DICTIONARY !
Containing 1481 1 ages leather bound GIVEN AWAY.
We a 111 lasne a 5 COt cket good f"-r one year. By bringing this ticket with you
-Whenever yon come to either of our stores we will register thereon the amounts and your
futnro cash purchase until they amount to fcK) 00 and we will then give jou the above
AltbouKh many hundred dollars' worth of Irene book will be given away, amounting
practically to a discount and saving to yon of 25 per cent on your puichaaes, we will still
old our prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars in t' e future, and belie e by enterprise and
filx dealing we will merit your patronage. Do not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
BAKER & HOUSNIAN
Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated
Pastuer Germ Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
The Annual Rock Island County
Uratlfjlns Attendance lit Interest
Manifested on the Part mt the Teaeta.
era Appreciation af the Inatrne-torn.
On the last day for the first week of
the teachers' institute everything started
off as usual, with all the instructors in
their places. Prof. De Garmo has taken
the subject of "Science of Education"
through nobly throughout the entire
week, dwelling largely on preparation,
presentation, and lastly to generalization.
He shows carefully in each of the succes
sive steps the proper course to pursue.
giving me teacner ideas that they can
carry into the school room, and make
them of some practical benefit. Also
that they must be careful to present the
proper thing iust at the right time. It
enables them to comprehend and retain
things that they otherwise would not.
Many of our teachers of today seem to
have knowledge without capacity to do.
This is a fault that must inevitably be
eradicated from our schools. This cram
ming process, in order to pass a fair ex
amination without any special prepara
tion of thought or relation, fills the
child's mind with many facts, but be is
unable to put into prtctice that which be
has accumulated, and the progressive
teacher mu9t accept some of the newer
methods of educating our children.
Principal Bishop has rendered himeelf
efficient in the wotk on physics during
the entire week, taking up the laws of
tailing bodies and dwelling on them at
considerable length. He gave a reason
why our laws in physics should be as they
are, after which he took the subject of
jpecifle gravity, performing many ex per
iments which were very Interesting, and
today's work was on galvanic electricity
which was well presented and showed
careful thought and preparation.
t ror. neimiey did excellent work on
geography, showing that our work in the
past has been very inefficient.
Mr. Harris took up the subject of ferns
i n botany, and showed several microecop
ical sections which were of great value to
the young teachers.
Prof. De Garmo's lecture was full of its
usual interest and the large crowd showed
how well they are appreciated. Thus
4o?"8 the first" week of the summer n
Arrangements have been completed for
the lecture from the Japanese student.
Ishawaka Kiz, heretofore spoken of, at
the Central church next Tuesday evening,
The entertainment will be one of great
inteiest to the teachers visiting the city
during the institute.
County Superintendent Southwell has
arranged with Dr. Chas. De Garmo to
deliver a lecture at the Central PreBbys
terian church next Monday evening on
the subject: "Light in German Univer
sities' The lecture will be entirely free.
How to Upend Year Boom Money
Quincy is boiling over the indignation
caused by the manner in which that city
was treated by Frank Leslie's Illustrated
paper in the matter of an illastrated
"write up" of the city and its advantages,
The people of Quincy paid Frank Leslie's
lepresentative handsome turns, and were
tpnsiderably surprised on receiving
copies of the paper to read an article be
1 1 tiling their city. Numerous protests
t ave been forwarded the publishers. In
a letter sent by the officers of the Young
Ipji's Business association, the article is
branded as-tLwidftrous, untruthful, wil
fully and meanly malicious Vi every part
and as a whole." This leads the Bur
ington QazetU to remark that: "These
men will spend their money with their
home papers hereafter, If they are sensi
ble. They are not the only ones who
tave been taken in. Burlington was also
aught and other cities as well. If the
msiness men would only pay that 1,030
r $2,000 to the daily press of their own
own, they could do booming on a very
x tensive scale and with more satisfac
tion to all concerned."
Kidney and Liver Pills
- ARE A
I WONDERFUL PILL
i ; '
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
; They are safe, sure ant pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as t Family Pill, and that all may try them
give away a sample patkage FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
m tt mTTrvwr A c?
X. A X-O-W 171 .TLrJs
Druggist, Bock Island.
Chickens spring and old at Young's.
Not much kicking about this weather.
Buy the New Home machine at Ben
nett's glove store.
Nobby sailor suits 68c and $1 at Simon
& Mosenfelder's clearing.
Mr. E. H. Requa, of Norfolk. Neb., is
Visiting bis sisters in the city.
Remember you can find all the leading
machines at the glove store.
Blueberries, blackberries, and raspber
ries red and black at Young's.
Mrs. 8. R. Wright and children ioined
the campers on Big Island this morning.
Ex Mayor Came moved his family out
to the Big Island camp yesterday afternoon.
The board of supervisors adjourned
their July session late yesterday afternoon.
Corn, tomatoes, string beans, apples.
beets, turnips, cucumbers and cabbage at
r. U. loung s.
Mrs. John Garvin has been called to
Ft. Madison by the illness of her brother,
The Christian chapel Sunday schoool
has gone to the watch tower for its an
nual picnic today.
Mr. P. A. Bloom and wife, of Des
Moines, are vising C. O. Bloom, of the
Rock Island bouse.
Something new in men's jersey shirts.
the right thing for camping, just received
at Simon & Mosenf elder s.
Yesterday Rev. C. A. Menoicke united
in marriage Mr. Otto Geppert and Miss
Minnie Hagen, both of this city.
Mr. Henry FUdloff and Misa Hadie
Gregg, of Coal Valley, were united in
marnige by Justice Hawes Wednesday
John Shug. the def tulling treasurer of
the Moline Mannerchoir, has settled his
account and the cases against him have
Pearsall and Crawford had a lengthy
confidential interview on the street cor
ner today and attracted considerable at
Contractor Stephen O'Connr r has nearly
completed nts contract for the tilling of
fourth avenue from Ninth to Fifteenth
streets to grade.
The four weeks' old babe of Mr. John
Forner is at death's door, the complaint
being cholera infantum, which has car
ried off a number of children of late.
Goodness gracious, stars and garters!
how it does enrage the Union to mention
anything about a libel suit iu connection
with it; 'epose its excusable, though,
come to think of it.
1 be tnird subscription concert given
by Strassers band and orchestra at
Hincber's Elm street garden last evening
drew a large attendance and proved like
its predecessors, a delightful musical
Rev. H. C. Marshall and wife returned
last evening from Pittsburg whither they
went four weeks ago to attend the Inter
national fund ay school convention and
also to visit relativea and friends. They
report a most pleasant trip.
Freight Agent Stoddard, of the Rock
Island road, bas received notice that tak
ing effect August 1, the rates to Rock
Island, Moline and Davenport will be
flrstclass 45 cents; second, 85 cents
third, 27 cents; fourth, 18 cents; fifth.
The fountains for Spencer square were
delivered tnis morning, and the Davis
drinking fountain was unpacked and its
beautv revealed. The magnificent Cable
memorial fountain will be unpacked and
erected as soon as the foundation is in
AMERICAN BREEDS OF POULTRY.
A Brief Description of the Dominions.
Plymouth Bocks and Wyandotte.
The popularity of the American breeds
is such aa to justify a more than passing
notice. These are emphatically general
purpose fowls, and are particularly prized
by those who seep poultry in a small
way for home consumption. The Ameri
can Jjomimquea are an old ra&nionea
breed and less talked about than either
the Plymouth Rocks or Wyandottes. It
remains a fact, however, that they are
all among the best, hardiest and comeli
est of fowls. They are good layers and
good mothers. They are also fair table
The Plymouth Rocks are too well
known to require lengthy description.
For general purposes there ia perhaps no
better fowl. They are hardy, and con
sequently easily reared. They are good
layers, setters and mothers. In a word,
the Plymouth Rock is emphatically the
average farmer's bird. It is attractive
also to amateurs. Favorable accidents
in breeding have been taken advantage
of by breeders and thus "strains" have
been originated. We have now three
varieties of the Plymouth Rock breed,
which are recognized in the American
standard of perfection, viz., barred, pea
comb barred and white.
ThO Wyandottes, which were first
known as American Seabrights, are
probably a cross of the Brahma and
Hamburg, although breeders differ as to
their origin. The Wyandotte is a good
variety for forcing early, being plump
and of attractive appearance in the mar
ket. The flesh is of fine flavor. The
Wyandottes are good setters and moth
ers. 1 hey produce medium sized eggs
of somewhat dark color. Recognized
varieties of the Wyandotte are silver,
golden and white.
Less well known than the above are
the American Javas, with larire sized.
long bodies and deep, full breasts a use
ful table fowl. Varieties of this breed
are black, mottled and white.
Our neighbor Comstock, of the Ckron-
ice. alludes to lion. Geo. W. Yinton in
report of the proceedings of the demo
cratic senatorial convention as a "rene-
t;ade republican." If being a democrat
for years in a republican hot bed like
Idoline makes a renegade republican, then
be may be one. We think our neighbor
has been misled. Leaving the republican
party is to Comstock the one unpardona
ble sin. He writes In exalted periods of
cur free institutions, but if a man bap-
iens to change his mind on a political
(itieslion; he denounces him as a renegade.
Aren't you getting a little weary of that
Mnd of argument, Bro. Comstock T
The a,ara;eat, Flnent and Loweat Prlee
L ok at our prices:
II pounds of Granulated 8ngar for f 1 00
11 ' Exira"C" " 100
4 Moldtm KioCoBee 1 "
i " March 8
liar's Patent Flonr, per sack 1 So
b sker's inocoiaie. per Donna wi
I srsre qnart bottle bluing SB
1 tu from 15c up.
Call and examine goods and compare
r rices. hat,
The leader and rfromot,er of Low. Prices.
Quotations for today:
Men's gauze nndeishirta. 10c, worth
' Men's lawn tennu shirts, 25c, worth
Better Quality tennis shirts, 60c, worth
Men s good wearing suits, 12 OS, worth
Splendid boy's suit at tl, worth $2.
Prices must move this stock to make
r iom for fall goods.
Havin? purchased the ice business of
t le Rock Island Ice company and con sol
Mated it with my own, I am now pre
tared to supply the patrons of either
csmpany, and as many new ones aa will
give me their patronage. All orders will
receive prompt attention. Telephone
1 140. Go. Biiui,
Office 1012. Second avenue.
Excursion on the Llbble Conger
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday even
The Impositions of Oar Times
The rabappy Let mt a erre Woman,
Forming the Text for m Dlaennolon
of the Bondage Into Which Bennhll
ean Rale Precipitate the People.
An Unpatented Fence,
The posts, H, are set one rod apart
and stand four feet above ground. There
are ten strands of No. 10 galvanized wire
stapled to the posts, 4 inches apart,
making the upper wire 45 inches from
the ground. The panel, A, is made of
one board J of an inch thick by 5 inches
wide and 16 feet long; the pickets are
4 feet long, 2 inches wido and 1 inch in
thickness, nailed to the board A (one in
the middle and the others 3 feet from
Three young men from Rock Island
were arrested for fast driving and brougb
up for trial this morning, but something
went wrong and the police magistrate
became nervous and would not try them
so the mayor was called up, and fined
them each fl and costs. Davenport
Electric power will soon be in use on
the Elm street car line to South Park
making that locality the most desirable
for residences of any part of the city
The South Park syndicate propose to give
everyone a chance to buy lots at their
own price and will have an auction sale
of lots for that purpose.
The tri-city camping party heretofore
spoken of in the Argus is gathering upon
tne banks of Koclt river near Colona.
Mr. J F. Cook has been on the ground
several days getting things in readiness
ana '.bis noon Mrs. S. B Edson and most
of the putty left for the scene of the
camp, the others expfttirifc to go up to
A. T. Forgy. of New Windsor, adver
Uses his lumber yard, dwelling and other
real estate for sale, and says be intends
going to Colorado. The Nem regrets
this, as Mr. Forgy is one of the solid.
substantial young men of the county. He
wilt have the best wishes of numerous
friends down this way for future prosper
ity wherever he may locate. Keithsbure
Qeorge Nokes, a former tenant on the
premises of Thomas Twelflree, of Rey
nolds, has, through his attorneys, Guyer
& Sweeney, entered three suits ia the
circuit court against Twelflree to recover
amounts as follows: 15.000 damages for
assault upon his wife. $5,000 for person,
al abuse and 11.000 for breach of con
tract. Maj. Beardsley has been retained
as counsel by Mr. Twelflree.
McCarthy. Hull & Ellis are making
lively work of the Twentieth street curb
ing for the Rockford Construction com
pany. Fifteen minutes after the first
load was delivered on the ground thev
had men at work trimming the stone.
The Rockford Construction company
burnt the first kiln yesterday, and it is
said to be equal to the best navin?
The Union intimates that it is in fear
of the Argus suing it for libel. The
Union need give itself no anxiett on that
score, for two distinct reasons. The
Abqtjs regards its contemporary as en
tirely too inoffensive to warrant such
proceedings under any conditions; and
the Abotjs has too much pride in its pro
fession to witness a repetition of the
groveline displayed by the Union when
Wm. Mcknlrj got after tt a few months
A Des Moines special to the Omaha
Btt says that for several years past the
Rock Island railroad management has had
in view the changing of the divisions of
the lines in Iowa. The arrangement
under which the operation during many
years bas been carried on has been to
divide the Iowa main line into three sec
tions; one division extended from Rock
Island to Brooklyn, another from Brook
lyn to Stuart, and the third from Stuart
to Council Bluffs. It is now announced
that two divisions will be made of the
main line, from Des Moines east and
west, and that the machine and repair
shops will be located there in the near
future. Ground baa already been pur
chased. Plans for the buildinga are al
ready drawn and those having the ereo
tion of them in charge are expected in
that city in a few days.
TJ. B. fixosTAi. Orrica, I
WasaiBirton.D.C. July It. f
For the next 24 hours: Fair; slightly
A GOOD ftSiCE.
each end), by eightpenny wire nails and
clinched. The panel is attached to the
wires by fourpenny wire nails drawn
into the pickets two-thirds of their
length, and then bent over the wires
where they cross the pickets and pound
ed down. Fence staples will not do for
this on account of their splitting the
After the panels are attached to ihe
fence, nail a short piece of board at the
joints, S, with wire nails and clinch,
which makes a continuous board from
end to end of the fence and 644
inches high. The one objection to this
fence is that with a single wire there is
no provision for expansion and contrac
tion, which could be overcome by using
a twisted wire without barbs, which
would of course mako the fence cost
more. The cost of the fence is as fol
lows: No. 12 wire weighs 7 ounces to the
rod, Eingle strand, or 4 pounds 6 ounces
for ten strands, which at 8 cents per
pound would amount to about 15 cents.
It takes one-quarter of a pound pf sta
ples and nails per rod, costing cent;
9 feet of lumber, which coats to get
sawed at f.3 per M about 8 cents per
rod, making the cost of material for the
fence aside from, the poets about Id centa
per rod. The labor of building is not
large as compared with other fences.
Root Grafts and Whole Roots.
Professor Bud J says on this most vexed
question: "A duchess or any other abso
lutely hardy variety will make a good
tree if grown from a cutting, and when,
grafted on a short piece of root it prac
tically is a cutting, as the piece of root
only starts it, and roots are thrown out
always irom tne cion. f ully vu per
cent, of our 3-year-old apple, pear, cherry
and plum ti?"8 are on their own roota If
they have been, gl inted with a long don
on a short root and set qeeply. et the
crown graft is the best. tJjd nursery'
men could afford to make onH-QJQO tree
from one seedling. But the whole Wt
Idea is nonsense, as it would have to be
eetwith. a crowbar if put down deep
enough to cause it to emit roots from the
cion, as all our trees should do."
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
nilla ice cream at Kioll & Math's.
Lyons, Iowa, July 15 The following
conveisation was overheard between two
colored women on a street in New Or
leans: Said one to the other:
"I wish to God I waa dead."
The other in reply said, "What in de
world Is de matter wid you. Aunt Bet
sy ? Why do you want to die?"
The reply was. "I has got no comfort
in dis life got nothing to eat, got no
place to sleep, got nothing to wear. I
wish to God I was dead."
The other in reply said, "Aunt Betsy,
you have no right to feel that way. Do
you know that I would rather live and
starve to death, than to diet"
The republican party soon after plac
ing the negroes upon the plane occupied
by the white race, authorized the Mongo
lians to enter into competition with the
majority of the American people, the
white working classes. Chinamen, if
they can be called men, are now doing
the work that by right belongs to white
women in the north, and the Aunt Bet
sies of the south. The republican party
places all workmen upon an equality.
The object of that party has been to de
grade labor, sa that employers may easily
control it. For white men who have
attended the public schools will strike
when crowded to the wall by capitalists.
Why should laws be enacted as has been
done for the past quarter centurv entirely
in the interest of capitalists, and against
the welfare, happiness and preservation
of the highest degree of manhood of the
white laboring man? It rests with the
maturity of the people themselves
whether they shall be further degraded,
If they shall continue lamb-like as here
ofore, they will have only themselves to
blame and the republican politicians of
the Sherman and McEinley stamp will
never permit silver to have an unlimited
coinage, and the tariff, upon jewelry and
diamonds to be as high as upon rice and
For nearly a century slavery existed in
part of the United States and in all
Ireland. The slave in the southern
states was well fed, comfortably clothed
and protected in bis cabin against the
elements. In Ireland his master by ex
acting nearly the entire crop that his
labor had produced, reduced him to semi-
starvation when nature smiled upon the
husbandman, but when the elements were
against him and partial failure attended
his utmost exertions, death were then
a relief from the pangs of hunger;
at all times clothed in filthy rags,
the terrible eviction drove him from
his thatched mud hovel to become
a anderer upon tne race ot tne earth
The non-capitalist in this country today
is a slave to the extent of what he suf
fers by unjust taxation imposed upon
By the legislation of the republican
By paying interest upon government
bonds that should never have been is
By paying interest upon bonds granted
to the Pacific railroads after the govern
ment was defrauded out of its first mort
gage upon the said roads.
By the millions of acres or the public
domain, the people's lands, voted away
to railroad corporations, that should have
been given to the people or sold to them
for f 1.25 per acre, the proceeds to have
been applied to redeeming the noninter
eat bearing notes the greenback.
By the demonetizing of silver ia 187S
By the limited coinage of any metal
but gold since 1878,
By the repeal of the tax upon incomes.
bank check a,etc.
By rates of tana upon necessaries
averaging four times aa high aa upon
By all legislation of the present con-
greet auertias the interests of the entire
people excepting manfacturers and mon
The absentee landlords reduced to
slavery the inhabitants of Ireland. The
republican politicians at Washington In
legislating in the interests of manufac
turers and capitalists whose thoughts are
ever absent never present to the wel
fare of non-capitalists, have deprived the
general public of that degree of liberty
and enjoyment of happiness that the con
stitution guarantee them.
Aunt Betaie't lot is indeed a hard one
much happier was she before the "wah
with only one master, than now with
McKinley and John Chinaman their
heels upon her neck robbing her, and her
peccanninnics of a sufficiency of food and
clothing. E S Grans,
This waist is designed to meet the
requirements of ladies who cannot,
comfortably, wear a stiff and rigid cor
set, while it can be worn with as much
comfort as an ordinary dress-waist, it
will give the same eleganfce of contour
as the heaviest boned corset in the
market, while the stays are so arranged
that they give support to the back and
spine, and in nowise interfere with the
freedom and comfort of the wearer
Our price for this comfortable and
healthful waist is $1.00. You will no
doubt find it fully as satisfactory as
waists for which you have paid $ 1-75.
Our C. CI C. summer7corset is the
best 60c corset on the market. The
manufacturers tell us to guarantee the
wear. This corset won't tear. Large
assortment of other makes and styles.
We have just opened anew assort
ment of umbrellas in gloria silk, silver
handles in handsome designs at $1-57.
These umbrellas are made of the same
excellent silk as the former lot adver
tised a short time ago and without
doubt will sell as rapidly.
Special prices on summer goods of
all kinds to olose.
Frames and Uives.
At a recent meeting of a beekeepers.
association at Springfield, Ills., after a
long discussion regarding the kind of
hives used and the size of frames and
hives, it was ascertained that the major
ity of members present favored the
Langtitroth size of frame and ten frame
hives. Among hives in use among the
members were mentioned the Simplicity,
Improved Langstroth Simplicity and the
old style lied don. For comb honey the
old fashioned box is superseded ty the
one pound section. The hive used should
be one in which the sections can be
handled with greatest ease and convenience.
Color In Horses.
The experience of the Paris, also N&W
York horse car companies, as reported
in The Western Live Stock Journal, is
that gray horses, are the longest lived
and give the greatest amount of service.
Roan horses are about equally good.
Cream colored horses lack staying power,
especially in summer. Bays show aa
average. Black hoofed horses are stronger
Koom for Improvement.
Miss Summit Do you think, Mr. Dafeh-
away, tnero will ever ue sucn a tmng aa
perfection in dress?
Dashaway Not unless our present
credit system is improved upon. Cloth
ier and Furnisher.
Overbeard In n Maga-tine Office.
"What do you mean by earing that
the author of this btory is a young man
of 2? He is 64 years of age."
"You forget. He waa 20 when- the
story was accepted." New York Even
Possible Buyer (doubtfully) Thia
looks like made ground.
House Agent (briskly) Yea, airee
made to order! New York Weekly.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; clean perfectly and
leaves no odor.
A washwoman wanted
at the Bock
&sk Tour Friends Aba It.
Your distressing cough can Le cured
We know it because Kemp Balsam
within U-fi past few -yeais has cured so
many coughs ana 'colds la this commun
ity. Ask soaae friend who has used it
what be thinks of Kemp' Balaam. There
is no medicine so pure, none so effective.
Large bottle 60c and fl at all druggists.
Order your ice creams and ice from
Kxell & Math for your parties aad recep
tions and then you will he sure to please
the palate of your guests.
After all, the heat way to know the
real merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla, is to
try it yourself. Be sure to get Hood'
IB SCTM or
1300.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five time the amount
of the loan.
Interest T ner cent semi annaally. collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
AxTOBimr at Law
Boom I and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK IIL1IO, 1U.
Spring Styles now Ready.
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMAM,
Furniture and Carpet Dealers 1
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CNDKR TBS THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday eTenlnrt from 7 to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
B. P. RKTSOLD3. Pres. ? C. DKNKA5N, Vlce-Prea. J. M. BCFOBD. Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, T. C. Denkmann. John Crabanca. C. P. Lynda,
J. i. Reimera, L. Simon. K. W. Horpt, t. M. Boford.
Jacasoa Hcarr, Solicitors.
fWWlll beeta boatnes July 9, 1890, aad will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lyade
antU new bank is completed.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, In colors, also, our entire stock ol fine Montures,
Wreaths and Long Sprays at great reductions from former prices.
Till remainder of our stock of Spring Hats and Bonnets, many exclusive
designs, are majlod at about HALF PRICE.
. a. o
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
Ws thank yoa sincerely for yoor past tarora, and here pledjra yon oar best efforts in the
fatare. Oar dealings shall be characterized by promptness mj the strictest Integrity to
oar mutual interests.
K ANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND-BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
- PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colon.
Aa Encyclopedia valued at 00 tfven away to each customer buying 135.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let ns show yoa the book and
explain bow jou can get it free.
. GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CZNTEAL 8H0Z STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
MM Tiftt A win.