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A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.
Mrs. J. H. Wilson Fatally Injured
ly a Runaway.
Leaping Proa Her Carriage Jhe Mas
talsm lajarlea Frem Which Mhe Ilea
This Aftern ion Another Lady In
.lured Detail a of the Catastrophe.
A distressing fatal accident occurred
on Twenty-fourth street between Third
and Fourth avenues, this morning, by
which Mrs. J. H. Wilson sustained in
juries from which she died at her home
on Moline avenue this afternoon. The
terribly sad fatility happened about 10
o'clock, as Mrs. Wilson, in company with
four lady fmnda Mrs. Charles Ja-
Hving near Milan, Miss Jacobs, of Nor
riston. Pa., and Misses Ellen Hozie, of
Dakota, and M. Wilson of Nor
riston, who were visiting at Mrs.
Wilson's house were driving down
Twenty-fourth street toward the bridge
en route to Davenport in Mrs. Wilson's
carriage. Then; was a somewhat frac
tious team of horses attached, but
the coachman seemed to have com
plete control of them. South of
Fourth avenue one of the horses got a
'eg over the tongue and the other at once
began to prance and leap, and then both
for a moment st-emed to be uncontrolla
ble. Mrs. Wilson nd Mrs. Jacobs were
seated on the bi ck seat of the carriage,
and realizing thut they were approaching
the railroad tracks at the foot jif Twenty
fourth street, Mrs. Wilson advised leap
ing and she at d Mrs. Jacobs at once
umped from thi; carriage. Both fell up-
on the ground heavily, Mrs. Wilson
striking the top of her head, and being
picked up unconscious was carried into
the rooms in tht rear of i.he Casino. Mrs.
Jacobs, who hd sustained extremely
painful injuries, was carried into the
same place and Dr. Barth called. lie
was soon on band followed by Dr. Trues-
dale, who wss also telephoned for. Ex
amination disclosed the fact that Mrs.
Wilson was the more seriously injured of
the two ladies as she was unconscious and
appeared to havo sustained concussion of
the brain. Mrs. Jacob's right forearm
was fiactured m ar the wrist. This was
dressed while nil possible restoratives
were applied to Mrs. Wilson without
avail and as sooii as a cot could be se
cured the ladies 'vere conveved to Mrs.
Wilson's home, 2620 Fifth avenue.
The team was canght near Third ave
nue by a citiz n. and the other ladies
who remained In the carriage escaped in
jury. The accident was one of the most
serious possible tj happen in handling a
team, as after on: horse got its leg over
the tongue, the neck-yoke became dis
lodged.and the trngue fell to the ground.
It dangled about the horses' heels, and
they became so terrified as to be unman
ageable as far as the driver was con
cerned, and had tbey not been headed off
t is impossible to determine what the
results might have been.
Mrs. Wilson recovered only partial con
sciousness after being taken to ber home,
though at times she showed recognition
of her husband snl son. She remained
most of the time in a comatose condition
antil 2:10 this afternoon, when she died.
Mrs. Wilson was fifty-one years of age,
her maiden name bcin? Electa Catherine
Loomis, being a daughter of the-late
Loomis, of Greenville, P. She
was married to Mr. J. II Wilson
at Greenville. Oct. 2, 1884, and leaves
with ber bnsband two sons by her for
mer husband Dr . Case. Walter W., of ,
Meadville, Pa., and Marvin L , of this
city. She was a woman who enjuyed a
large circle of friends in Rock Island.and
was greatly beloved for ber christian zeal
and devotion, ber always sweet and gen
The funeral services will be held at the
home on Moline avenue at 'J o'clock to
morrow afternoon, and the remains will
be taken east for nterraent at Greenville,
Mrs. Cbas. Sboede, the Vine street lady
who has been at death's door for the past
two days as a res ilt of a mistake in tak
ing medicine, is easier today.
The boy, Will Samuelson, injured by
foot pads in Davi nport a week ago, is no
better. Dr. Plummer called Dr. Trucs-
dale into cont-ultntion this rrorning, and
tbey arrived at a decision that a few
d'tys' developments would have to be
awaited before a chance co :ld be de
tected in the young man's condition.
An unfortunate occurrence happened
at the camp on Vandruff's island last
night, the second section of train No. 7,
on the It I. & P. toad coming in and
drawn by engine 10. Engineer Anderson,
driver, ran into two horses owned by
Messrs. Henry Jennings and Wra. Norris
and both animals bad legs broken, neces
sitating shooting if the horses this after
Chas. Collins, the young man injured
at the Rock Islan 1 plow works yesterday
afternoon, as mentioned in last night's
Arous, is in a serious condition. He was
struck in the side by a flying piece of
hardwood from it circular saw, and Dr.
Eyster, the attending physician, thinks
that internal injuries of an alarming nas
ture have been sustained, the kidneys and
bowels seeming to be affected. Collins
baa a family and .ives below Weyerhauser
& Denkman's sa' mill.
A larern and beautiful assortment of
French candies just received at Erell &
Math's. Step in and have them put you
up a box to take home.
Wanted at on A competent cook
Good wages paid. Inquire at Mrs.
CJbarles Ueere s, t.t Aioitne.
Starch grows s .icky common powders
have a vulgar g are. Peezoni's is the
only complexion powder fit Tor use.
K. & M. stands for Erell Math, who
have the finest at d purest ice cream in
the three cities.
For a delicious dish of ioe cream or a
fine box of candy, go to Erell & Math 8,
and get the best.
Suits made up in flrstclass style good
workmanship at Eqghn 8, iiuiord DIocK
E. & M. for ion cream and fine cans
Second-band-school books at Taylor's.
Pants at low prices at Englin's, Bu
Fall style hats have just come at Lloyd
Pants for 4 upwards, at Englin's, Bu-
For your new fa'l hat go to Lloyd &
For a good fall suit go to Zimmer, the
The nicest line of tall and winter goods
has arrived at J. B. Zimmer's.
Tou will always find Clemann & Salz
mann's headquarters for parlor furniture.
Messrs. Phil Mitchell. J. Ross Mills and
Frank Mixter are off on a hunting expe
dition. Gus. Englin, the tailor, has received a
fine stock of new ' goods for pants or
A nice display of fall overcoats are to
be seen at the windows of Zimmer's tailor
Miss Fannie Petlit gave a pleasant
party last evening to a number of ber
Clemann & Salzmann are now. show
ing the largest line of carpets that can be
seen in the country.
See Gus. Englin's samples before you
order clothing. He has the finest line
ever shown in Rock Island.
Mrs. G. Dufneld left this morning for
Knoxville to attend her daughter, Mrs.
Dr. II. A. Heffuer, who is very ill.
A great many local business men have
gone out to Bollmiin Bros', track to wit
ness an interesting trotting event today.
Capt. and Mrs. II. C. Cleveland re
turned last evening from a pleasure trip
to Boston, New York and other eastern
Mr. Gus Geiger will this evening serve
an elegant lunch and turtle soup at his
place, corner Ninth street and Fourth
Rev. Father Thomas Mackin, of St.
Joseph's church, is home from an enjoya.
b!e two weeks' trip to Yellowstone park
The lecture room of the Central Pres
byterian church has been overhauled,
calcimined, the platform newly carpeted,
and the room otherwise improved.
A car load of bedroom suites are ex
pected to arrive at Clemann & Salzmann's
on Monday. They are the very latest in
design and will be sold at a bargain.
The loss on the Ellis building was set
tled this afternoon by arbitration, Mr. W.
A. Guthrie and George Bick being the
appraisers. The loss was computed at
John F. Bollman left evening for Den
ver to go into business, improve his
health, he hopes, and settle down for
permanent residence in the mountains of
Owing to the death of Mr. and Mrs. S
B. Stoddard's child. Kev. W. S. Mar
quis will not make bis contemplated visit
to Geneseo tomorrow, but will remain to
conduct the funeral.
A bloody battle was fought between
the Victors, or rather victims, and the
Oak Leaves on the tatter's ground this
morning. The V ictors were defeated by
a score of 40 to 23.
The cars on the Rock Island & Milan
road' will start at 8 tomorrow morning
instead of 9, in order to accommodate
the c-tmpmeeting folks. There will bo
no extra trip at night. .
The attendance at tbe opening of the
M. E. camptneeting at Tindall's grove
is larger than usual. Campers have
been thronging to the grounds today, and
by tomorrow the tented city of woodland
worship will have quite a goodly popula
tion, Bishop Merrill' preaches tomorrow
The people living on Seventeenth street
near Third avenue, are complaining of
tbe condition of the Rock Island & Milan
Streetcar track, claiming that in taking
out the switch some old "T" rail was
substituted for the frogs, and that the
track is above the street grade, making it
a bad place to cross with a vehicle.
The Willing Workers missionary social
at the Broadway church last night was a
very pleasant affair. The museum was
very interesting; among tbe curiosities
displayed being a Chinese fish-God, piece
of mummy cloth more than 2500 years
old. piece of mosaic from the ancient
Temple of Diana at Ephesua and a mul
titude more. Tbe financial returns were
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Stoddard have lost
their infant daughter. Zeta B , who died
at 2:15 this morning of whooping cough
after a lingering illness. The little one
wohIiI have been four months old Aug.
7th. The grief-stricken parents haveJ
widespread sympathy in their affliction.
The funeral will he held at 2 p. m. to
morrow from Mr. Stoddard's home, 738
The jury in the countv court trinl of
Mi.is Inez Garnett, of Port Byron, as to
her mental condition last evening was
composed of J. S. Rosebury and Messrs,
Th imas W. Ranson,Lee Siivis, William H.
Conant and James Marsh. They adjudge
her insane and Judge Adams ordered her
sent to the asylum. Mother and daughter
were taken to the insane asylum at Elgin
thin morning. The sad circumstances of
this case were given in yesterday s Akous,.
Henry Haislip. the jolly commercial
tourist of tbe Fairbanks Scale Co., re
turned from a jaunt down the "shoe
string" last night. Besides disposing of
a couple of celebrated weight testers, he
took a casual survey of the political Sit
uation and thinks Cable should have
somewhere in the neighborhood of 1,(KKI
majority this fall, if present indications
are worth computing.
Moline is given- over to the firemen
today. It is the annual parade day
of the Moline department. There were
250 men in line at tbe parade this morn
ing, 125 or whom were from Clinton, Ly
ons anil Fulton. Mayor Wcssel delivered
an address of welcome. In which he made
the somewhat suggestive reminder to tbe
Iowa boys that tbey were in Illinois now.
where they were not obliged to buy an
entire original package when they desired
refreshments. Tbe firemen are having a
picnic on Sylvan island.
The evening scrvloo at the First M. E.
church will be in charge of the Home
Mission Circle. It will he a memorial
service for Mrs. R. B. Hayes, and will
consist of a sketch of her life by Miss
Ella Taylor; her connection with the
Woman s Home Missionary society, by
Mrs. J. M. Barth; poem, "A Tribute to
Mrs. Hayes," by Miss Emma Battles;
"Rock of Ages," her favorite hymn, will
be given a a solo by Mrs. David Clark;
an address by Bishop S.M. Merrill will be
given, and offerings received for tbe me
Park Commissioner Jackson has de
cided to 'distribute the Spencer square
ornaments, putting the elegant Harper
vase and tbe beautiful stag which is to
perpetuate Judge Drury s memory and
generosity, out further in the triangles.
while some of the vases will be relocated
and scattered. The idea of Mr. Jackson
in clustering tbe ornaments was simply to
get public sentiment before permanently
locating them. Mr. H. Bosse, of the
government engineer corps, baa drawn
some designs of arches with light in the
center for the four entrances to the
square, and these will be provided
through the liberality of a former Rock
Island citizen before many weeks.
The Holmes Company Decides Up
on its Power.
The Contraet for Kleelrle Equipment
Xet to the Thontaon-HouMton lorn,
paoy This MornloK-All to be Ready
by Derrmber 1.
Supt. Schnitger, of the Holmes syndi
cate of street car lines in tbe cities of
Rock Island, Moline and Davenport, re
ceived the following telegram from bis
chief this morning:
Chicago, Aug. 23.
We have just closed with Thomson &
Houston. C. B. Holmes.
This official announcement verifies tbe
Argus' statement of a week ago yester
day that the Thompson-Houston com
pany would probably get the contract,
and it also definitely settles the fact that
the great street railway system of the
tri-citiea is to be operated by electricity
as a motive power. Work will begin
Immediately and will be pushed forward
vigorously by tbe energetic local manager,
Henry 8cbnitger. The cars, fifty in num
ber, of the most modern and most elegant
design will be built in the meantime by
the Britt Car company, of Philadelphia,
and by the time winter fets in nature's
motive power will have succumbed to
man's inventive genius. The deterrnina
lion on the part of the great syndicate
means another immense expenditure on
tbe part of tbe company, which has been
at a constant outlay in rebuilding and re
equipping tbe lines ever since taking
possession of them, and a quarter
of a million will not more than
meet the amount to be appropriated for
the electric power. This means added
life and prosperity to the three cities,
which Mr. Holmes has already linked
more closely together. and whose interests
have become more Identical through his
enterprise. No better advertisement
could tbe city have than to be able to of
fer to strangers prompt and speedy ac
cess to any point within our corporate
limits. The introduction of new power
will be welcomed by everyone.
The Thomson-Houston system pro
vides for the overhead wire, a plan al
ways strenuously objected to by Mr.
Holmes, bnt public clamor for a
faster mode of transportation despite
the fact that he has revolutionized the
old horse car methods, has hastened
his action, but this contract, however.has
been let only after the most careful ins
vestigation and deliberation on the part
of Mr. Holmes and his associates, all tbe
best electric companies in tbe country
having competed for the contract.
It is learned from a reliable source,
though it is not official, that the Ilolmes
company has given up its ides of using
water power to generate its electricity and ,
that steam will be relied upon wholly, tbe
company having decided to construct its
own plants, one on each side of the river,
and engage experts to oversee the motive
power. The power stations will be
erected at once, one. it is believed on the
Moline avenue property and the other on
Second and Rock Island streets in Dav
enport. It is proposed to reequip the
entire system with the possible ex
ception of the bridge line. with large elec
tric cars, using the present cars for
motors. If it is decided to omit electric
ity on the Davenport & Rock Island
branch, larger cars will be used there
also, two horses substituted fcr one and
tbe time between cars reduced to three
minutes. On the other lines the two
routes to Moline, the Elm street and
Ninth street and all tbe various branches
in Davenport, electric cars will be used.
The cars will be uniform in style and size,
large and commodious and provided with
what the other electric roads in tbe west
have not yet secured an appliance that
contributes quiet and ease in motion.
The equipment is to be provided within
ninety days, and the iri-cities will then
have a street car system second to none
in the country.
The company will apply for the neces
sary ordinances at once and will then go
to work putting up its wires, etc., and
within one hundred days everything will
be in running order.
KlVr K ipletft.
The Pilot brought down three strings
The Irene D , Emma and Pauline came
The Verne Swain was in and out as
Tbe packet Pittsburg passed up this
The Gen. Barnard went north with
three barges in tow.
TheTenbroeck, Alfred Toll, Ada, Irene
D. and Mountain Belle passed up.
Tbe stage of the water is still station
ary at 2:50; the temperature on the
bridge at noon was 65.
It is generally a holiday in Burlington
when the Diamond Joe packet Pittsburg
arrives and, departs from our levee. There
are always' crowds of our best citizen
and nicest ladies find their way to the
levee just to say a pleasant word to Cap
tain Eilleen or Clerk Mat Fulton, and ask
when tbey will be up or down again, eo
they can call the next trip and see them
again . What is in these gentlemen, and
in fact all tbe crew, to call Tor this espec
ial attention no one seems to know. Out
side of Steward Tom Rairden. they are
not what would be called handsome men,
but tbey have ways about them that win.
and hundreds of families in Burlington
decorate wnen tbe boat goes up of down.
'.Don Cara t Eat." "
Itis with the greatest confidence that
Hoxid's Sarsaparilla Ib recommended for
loss 01 appetite, indigestion, sick head
ache and similar troubles. This medi
cine gently tones the stomach, assists di
gestion. and makes one "real hiinn-T
Persons in delicate health, after taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla a few dava, find
themselves longing for and eating the
plainest looa witn unexpected joy.
Overseer of tbe poor, Cbas. Engel, has
a nine days' old boy which be desires to
place in some good family lor adoption
The child is legitimate, the mother hav
ing been deserted by her husband a few
months ago, and is nnable to care for the
The very latest stylet in hats at Lloyd
s Stewart a
Hand ay Merviee.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. H. Rudd,
S. T. D., of Knoxville, will conduct the
services at the usual hours.
At the United Presbyterian chnrch.
preaching by the pastor, Rey. H. C. Mar
shall at 10:45 a. m. No evening service.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church,
Rev. W. 8. Marquis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. n 8abbath
school at 9:10 a. m. South Park Mis
sion school at 2:30 p. m , W. P. Quayle
At the First M. E. cbnrtb. preaching
at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor. Rev. G. W.
Gue. Morning subject. "The Heavenly
Family.'' 7:45 p. m., memorial service in
honor of Mrs. R. B. Hayes, first presi
dent of tbe Womans' Home Missionary
society, with address by Bishop S M.
Merrill, loung peoples meeting at 7 p.
At the Central Presbyterian chnrch.
services ss usual in the morning, preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. Jno. H. Eerr.
Subject: "Elijah, the Triumphant Re
warded Prophet " Sabbath school at
9:30 a. m. Y. P. S C. E at 7 p. m.
Union service at the Christian chnrch
in the evening, preaching by the Rev. H.
At the First Baptist church, preach".
ing at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor Rev. Dr.
Taylor. Sunday school at 9 33 a. m.
J. W. Welch, superintendent. Young
peoples meeting at 6:45 p. m., led by
Miss Anna Kahlke. Mission Sunday
school at the Forty-fourth street chapel,
at 3 p. m., C. L. Williams, superintend
ent. For the evening service the pastor
and the congregation will join in the un
ion service at the Christian chapel.
l'ol ire Potnt.
Wm. Meyer was fioed $5 and costs this
morning for intoxication.
Deputy Marshal Long aid Officers
Schaab and Thomas pulled the colored
hovel on Twenty-third street, run by Eva
Wilson, and arrested the mistress togeth
er with Will Tolliver and Carrie Miller.
The trio will be tried this evening.
Frequent complaints have been beard
of late from people living in the upper
end of town of the visitations and de
predations of night prowlers. Last night
Mrs. Chas. Moody, wife of a street car
driver on the red line, detected some one
peering in at a window, and she at once
aroused her husband, who went on
search, and the intruder fled.
The people up there sty that so
much time elapsed without the appear
ance of anvtbing that looked like a po
liceman during the warm days of sum
mer, that marauders probably think they
have undisputed sway up there.
LoNliov. Aim. SI The papers are con
irratuliitint: S;ilislmry upon the suecessful
settlement of the dispute lift ween England
and Purtusflil, which nt raw time threat
ened to result in war. Though a conflict
at arms with Portugal could hardly have
emle.l otherwise than in avietory for Eng
land, vet the popular feelinu was very
strongly averse to a resort to force, and
the peaceful conclusion of the affair Is
bailed with pieusure ny ci"seu nuu
Ftole Money to Spi-rulnte With.
Xashvillk, Term., Autr. '-t Frank M.
Allen, teller of the Capital City lmnk is
short in his accouuU to the amount of
140,000. Allen has been simulating on
Kock island stock with the hank's money,
and the fall in the stock nt New York
Thursday canned biin to make a con Cm.
sion of his shortage to the vice-president
of the bank. The Guarantee Company of
North America is on his bond for tlO.OOO
and relatives are endorsed to pay the
other H0,0iu in the hope of saving him
from the penitentiary.
foully Kire nt t.roton, R. I.
Guoton, S. n. AuK. 21-Fire started
yesterday afternoon in Thompson's barber
shop, on the west side of Main street, and
being fnnfled by a st iff breexe from the
sont beast soon spread to adjoining bnild-
uiKs nnu inreiiteiieu t lie en; ire west por
tion of the town. Assistance was tel-
Kraphed for, but the lire spread so rapidly
that, la-fore it arrived, two-thirds of tbe
business portion on the west side were in
ashes. The loss will amount to tOO.000,
with ft5,0iw insurance.
Was an Authority on Co-tomes.
Boston, Au. 23 Georite Mortimer
Staples, a native of Concord. Mass., died j
Here yesterday. During the war he served I
in the Forty fourth M
teers. Subsequently ho held responsible
positions in the store of C. F. Hovey &
Co. in Boston, that of A. T. Stewart &
t o., .New ork. nml thnt of Marshal Field
& Co.. Chicago. He u as a man of exquis
ite taste Hnd accurate judgment, and was
consulted liv m.-im- nf Om lu.l;n.. !-.!
01 the country in the make-up of thei r
No. Wild, and 1614, Third Ave.,
Is the cheapp.t place in the connty to hny Cfcr
riaicen, Bapmes, Paints, Oil, etc.
nt stma or
-$200.00 'and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annnaUv. collected and
remitted rree or cMrg.
EL W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms I and 4 If aaonlc Temple,
ROCS ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK 1BLAXD, UdW
IJ) jg Qj- Mj 7v
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU MAY BE THINKING
OF BUYING A HANDSOME WOOL. DRESS. . s
It is time to do some thinking along
that line. This week we offer a beauti
ful assortment of the new effects in em
broidered BLACK ROBES-black on
black, green on black, red on black,
etc. materials, Henriettas and Serges.
Yon have no doubt been reading about
them in the Magazines. What we have
won't last long.
PLAIDS-We show- a beautiful as
sortment of all wool Plaids at 49c a
yard. 36 and 38 inches wide- Some
finer ones, too. As a special bargain
we will sell 20 pieces 36 inch wool
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 UNDER THK THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday evening from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security.
E. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. 1 C. DENKMANN. Vice Pre. J. M. BUFORD, Caaaier.
P. L. Mitchell, E P. Remolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Cnsbanrh. C. P. Lrnde,
i. i. Rcimere, L. Simon. E. W. Hoist, J. U. Boord.
Jacksox ft HtTBST, Solicitor.
JWWill beein hnlned Jnlj 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynde
until new bank it completed.
A very complete assortment of full seta to choose from, ranging in price
from $9.00 up. Open stock patterns in blue and brown, excellent ware,
also, from which 'you can make up yoar lists at prices which will surprise
OAUPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank you sincerely for yoar past favors, and here pledgt yoa our beet cftorta la ta
future. Oar dealings shall be characterised by promptBess sad the strictest Integrity to
onr mutual interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1313 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,
ISITanned Goods in all colon.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8.00 given away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Atom.
ELM STREET 8H0S STORE
Stt Fifth Avenue.
mixed Stripes in good assortment of
colorings at 22c a yard.
COTTON FLAN NELS Now is the
time to buy Cotton Flannels while the .
prices are low. We inaugurate a spec
ial sale this week. Cotton Flannels un
bleached 5c a yard, 60 and up- Our
1 Oc unbleached is a world-beater.
NEW FALL GOODS arriving. We
almost forgot to mention our excellent
new assortment of all wool BLACK
DRESS GOODS in plain and the new
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. The
best assortment of table tumblers and goblets ever
. LEMON SQUEEZERS.
Plenty of them at ten cents.
G. M. LOOSLEY, ,
China and Glassware. 1609 Second Ave.
G. O. HUCK8TAIDT