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In fashionable Millinery will be exhibited
on WEDNESDAY and THUR8DAY of
this week, when will take place
Opening display of rich and stylish paU
tern HATS and BONNETS and other
Millinery Novelties and Trimmings.
Our Trimmers spent more time than
usual this season in a careful search
through the markets tor the choicest and
most techereji styles, and we can promise
tbis sees in an unusual lot of attractions.
Our own special styles (not to be
seen elsewhere until copied) will take
prominent place la the exhibit. Early
callers have a grand selection to choose
Easter Cards and other ornaments on
sale early in the week.
With our increased facilities all Mil
linery orders can be executed with great
er promptness than ever.
1712. H14. 1716.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can eave money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BIKER & HOUSMAN.
KOIIN & ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Live r and. Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T, H, THOMAS,
V Druggist, Bock Island.
Monday, A. ML
We place on sain nnr full atvnV r
- ' ""v n w unuirs
and Men s. Misses' and Boys' Summer
uuucmcu, at pnces lower than we lave
ever before been able tn mint
One case, 50 dozeu ladies' ribbed
oersey vests, with slight imperfections,
known as manfacturera' upmnfia a
One case, 50 dozeu ladies' Jersey
vests, fancv colored trimminon art at If In
One case, 82 dozen ladies' Jersey rib
vests made from the F. ?Vntlftf1 vara BiStk
long sleeves, iust the vest for early spring
wcsiuer at oniy aac eacn.
About 40 different styles lamps' ni.
any and every price, and all qualities to
One line children's vesta i7aiA 1
and 20 Inches, all at 4c each, larger sizes
on6ui suvance on eacn size.
A BDlendid line of
and gauze shirts at 25c, strictly flirst
class. Also a lot of men's medium weight
shirts and drawers to sell at 11c each.
Hundreds of other bargains that
apace win not permit us to enumerate.
1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcowd Avkndk.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
THE LOCAL DROMIO?.
C. H. Deere and Morris Rosen
field in Chicago.
Tne Former Taika Poltttee aad Maya
Ue Kot a Casdldate fur loicrei
The article alluded to in last night's
ahous, aa given in vesterdav'a Chianvn
mier-ucjan is appended in full:
The Bon. Charted TT TWrA f rni;.,
- - wkwa vt uxviiuvi
O DOIiUi&r in Rrvfe ToUnH s .ntn eh.
vu moucmocrawoui mere are talking
-vu uiuiu a candidate ror congress,
but of course aa Mr. TWr u .i.nnh
repuonciin they want the republicans to
nominate him. That ihra mm. ...
publicans id the district who would like
aee s.r. Deere in congress goes with
' Savinff. And anmn nf ttiotn
- " " " u V, ut dig UBU
talking about Riving him a boom next
tan. in raci. wnen Mr. Deere returned
from Ca ifornia a few days ago he found
that he Lad a very respectable boom on
his han.ls, which is embarrassing to so
modest h man.
Thetv o dromioB from Moline Charley
--WUUUWl. " V-1 111
Cbicago Saturday on business, and nWa.
t-rcere inn mnrno KnunfluM .
ure bent. It is remarkable that when
one or these gentlemen has business any
where, the other also hss. and they travel
as a con oinauon.
Mr. Ieere's friends in Ok
t-uugraii iaung nim on nis congressional
Doom, t nd among them a rennripr fnr
me lnnr ueean. who wanted t inn.
he really was a bona-fide candidate.
"No. sir. I am nnt . nilidatn !
though I hear that mv nnmn !, ha.n
mentioned in that rnnruviinn rinriinm.
-i. . .7. .
Bust-ace in yaurornia. It was without
DO Wled 26 Or Consent- T am in tavnr nt
the renomination and re-election of Concr-
gressman west. The republicans of
Kock In and ennntv will nn ramii.
date but Gest, I can assure you. While
ne is a comparatively new man at Wash
ineton. he is nn nf t.h mnat inilniiriMi.
membern in congress, and is doing good
wura ior nis aisirict. if He can be kent
n congress he will make nn nf t.h hat
and moU influential members from thia
"H8 Mr. GtStPlVPn Batta'artinn In llm
repiibl cna of the district?"
I tnion be has given entire satisfac
tion in the manacrpmpnt nf th nnhlio
matters in congress. He has worked bard
for all measures in which the district is
interested, and if he remains there he
will, no doubt, bo able to carry them to
How about his patronage?"
He las no dobut mrie nnmn unison
oisms in the district by the distribution
of Datrmatre. hnt I hclipvn that he hm
been governed by the best interests of the
people without regard to his own inter
esTs. 7e have no more trouble of this
kind than may be found in any other
district in the state. It is the rule that
n the chantre ot administrations tha npn.
pie, more or lets, expect to see new men
come to the front and have their friends
rewarded for party service. We have had
ao more of that feeling in our district
than ba re other districts in the state, and
where t jere were so many good men as
candidates for office it placed before the
congressman a delicate responsibility
which be has not shirked, hnt which has
creatd seme disappointments. This will
an pass away as the republicans realize
that all cnuld not h nnninlri tn nffra
and tha. Mr. Gest has done the very best
he could for his party without regard for
his own interests or personal feeling."
Whit is the prospect for republican
success in vour district with Gest as a
I buve not the nlichtpat drtnht that
the lepablicans will elect the next con
gressman in our district. With Gest as
the candidate I believe be will be re.
turned to congress by as large a major
ity as ho had two years ago. When he
first ran in 1886, it wss against Congress
man N, IPCP who had held th diatript
for two years, and the democrats believed
mm to ne meir strongest man, ana mat
the district could not be taken from
them. Gest defeated him by a few hun
dred vous, but in 18SS, after one term
in congress. Gest had a raaiorilv of over
2, (KM). I believe he has crown in nodu
larity vrith the neonle of hi district
There it. no more industrious or fearless
worker for his district in congress, as all
people- from our part of the stale who
have visited Washington can testify,
without regard to party."
I hen you are not a candidate?
I would under no circumstances be a
candidate against Mr. Gest. I shall
work honestly and earnestly for his re-
nomina'lon and hia root ant inn hiwanaA T
believe hia to be the best equipped man
i or me piace. ana tnat ne can ao better
service for our people than any other
man, not excepting myself or Morris
Thn Via j1rtnik 1 ffaA hia kaf I rt a
knowleigement of the compliment, and
1 : TV !1 J T il 1 I J
me uiuueru isaviu &uu aiouaiunu naneu
or ma bii1 niiretiAl fhoir atrtll 4rt urn tho
street, not even (Necouraged over the
defined prospects of an early spring and
a Doom in tne wagon ana piow iraae.
Mr. Deere's admiration for Mr. Gest it
the most interesting part of bis inter
view. A Bony Plate.
As t he season for house cleaning is
near at band, the question cornea up
with the ladies, where shall I buy the new
wall paper needed to redecorate my
rooms? There is no estab lishment where
you can find a larger stock of the latest
styles than at George Sutcliffe'e. For
the accommodation of the uptown peo
ple he has a store on Twentieth street.
and for the down town folks he can sup
ply them at his store on Second avenue,
corner of Fifteenth street. lie has this
spring a larger stock of wall paper of
the most desirable patterns, and he has a
corps of artists who are thoroughly
posted in hanging wall paper. Also re
memb r that they can do your painting,
and do it well. When you are around
looking for somdlhing in wall paper, do
not foi get to call at this establishment
Evan the Choice.
The democrats of the Fifth ward held
their adjourned caucus last night.
Mr. J. E. Reidy was made chairman, and
Mr. J. W. Cavanaugh secretary. Aid.
Cbss. Evans was, upon motion nomin
ated tir alderman by acclamation, and
Messrti. Simon and James McMahon were
appointed a committee to wait upon Mr.
Evans and tender him the nomination.
The committee performed its duty, and
Mr. Evans accepted the nomination.
promi ting to do all he could to be elec
ted, a id to prove his appreciation of the
honor if elected. Messrs. J. E. Reidy
and Joseph Wheel an were elected ward
committeemen to act with J. F. Rosen-
field, tnd the caucus adjourned.
Fin sst line of gents' shoes ever shown
In the three cities. All the latest styles.
The Davenport Shoe Co. Brady and
ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 1,
A MONTH OF TORNADOES.
A Weather Prophet Predicts that
April Will be Prolific with Atmot
Prof. Geo. Root, the Canton weather
prophet, says that April will be noted
for the severity of its storms four of its
six periods being cyclone periods. He
advises farmers to do their planting be
fore April 8th and 20th, as that will ems
brace the most favorable weather we
shall have during the month for such
The storm periods are due:
1st to 2d Very likely a storm, center
in middle and eastern states.
4th to 8th Cloudy, threatening
weather, ending in severe storms in
some pi aces cyclone period.
10th to 13 th Heavy local storms.
15th to 18th Heavy storm in places-
20th to 25th Tornado period, and
likely the worst storm period of the year.
There are three disturbances within these
days (which may be consolidated) Uis
nanus, our newly discovered plane, be
ing the principal factor of the disturb'
ance. This storm has not been predicted
by any other meteorologist, and aa It has
been doubued that there is such a planet
Root now calls attention to this event
and asks to let it settle the question de
cisively. He will thank those at a dis
tance if they will inform him of all phe
nomena observed by them during the
above storm period wherever or whenever
2?th to 30th Cyclone period.
Cooler weiher will fall on the 4th, 5th
and 6th, 11th to 13th. 16th to 19th. 24th
to 26th ("ikely frost,) 28 to 30 h.
George G. Thompson, a well known
Molioe citizen, who has b:en connected
with all the Moline papers and the Argus
from time to time, and. more recently
publisher of the Tri-City Independent,
died suddenly last night. Ue was on the
election board in tne Third ward, that
city, and had yesterday moved his family
into another ward, but in order to retain
his residence in his old ward until after
election day, had decided to sleep in his
former home last night. He reached the
house late in the evening, and feeling
oppressions in his lung9 which became
rapidly more painful he started for the
housa of a doctor, having no one to send,
but could gel no further than the police
station before he sank down helpless. A
telephone message was sent for Dr.
Say les. but before he arrived Thompson
was dead. Paralysis of the lungs was
the cause. He wss in his fifty-fifth year,
a member of the Nineteenth infantry dur
ing the war.and a G. A. R. veteran. He
leaves a wife and two children. The
funeral will occur Thursday, Rjv. G. W.
Open for Baalnc.
Mr. Cbae. McIIugh commenced busi
ness this morning in the Ilarper house
block on Second avenue, having arranged
for office space jointly with the Adams
Express company. Mr. McHugh has
fitted his portion of the room up neatly
with desk, counter and other furniture of
Georgia pine, and in addition to a gener
al railroad ticket broking bus'ness, has
secured the exclusive agency of the Col
umbia bicycles and cycles of the Pope
manufacturing company of Chicago, and
he has also been fortunate in arranging
for pricea such as will afford all who de
sire a wheel whether for comfort, speed or
pleasure may have one on the most mod
Mr. McIIugh has, through his long ex
perience as night clerk at the Harper,ac
quired a thorough knowledge of the rail
roads, and also of the wants of commer
cial travelers; and combining with these
advantages an always pleasant and gen
tlemanly disposition, be is bound to win
the friendship of all who have business
with him, and success in his venture is
29 J G Franklin to Ida Anderson, lot
5, block C. Joel G Franklin's first ad,
Barstow, $ 75.
Dedlof Rennan to Franz G Rufe, lot
20. block 21, Daebelliehn's ad, Moline,
Franz G Rufe to Dedlof Rennan. part
swj so J. 5. 17, lw, $600.
Charles P Ryder to M F Edwards, part
lot 10. block 1. Christy & Grover's ad,
31 Estate of Per Bengston. Admin
istrator's report filed and approved.
instate of James T Robinson. Admins
istrator's report filed and approved.
Estate ol Michael Weiss. Final ac
count of executor filed. Proof of notice
to heirs filed and approved. Final ac
count approved and order of distribution
in accordance with terms of will.
Estate of James McQaaid. Claims
allowed. Executrix's report filed and
A Hacnlflreat Bedroom Wet.
One of the most beautiful and costly
bedroom sets ever seen in tbis part of the
country is now on exhibition at Clemann
& Salzmann's. The set is composed of
three pieces bureau, commode and bed
stead is made of solid mahogany, and is
adorned with elegant band carvings.
The set cost f 300, and was ordered for a
party living in Davenport. It will be
on exhibition at Clemann & Salzmann's
for a few days, where the lovers of the
beautiful in furniture can see it.
The twenty-sixth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Illingsworth, of
604 Twenty-third street, was remembered
by their friends last evening in a manner
which proved enjoyable both to the
favored couple, and their unexpected
guests. A tine cupper was spread.
Miss Etta Skiles gave a pleasant little
dinner party at her home on Moline
avenue today, in honor of her birthday.
Keek lelaaa Peoria Ball way.
HOMI SEEKERS' EXCURSION.
On April 23 and May 20 the Rock
Island & Peoria railway will sell round
trip tickets at half regular rates to all
points in the farming region of the south,
including Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama,
Mississippi. Florida and Georgia. For
further particulars concerning tickets for
these home seekers excursions call on or
address F. H. Rockwell, ticket agent
R. I. & P. Ry., depot foot of Twentieth
street, or R. Blockhouse, general ticket
agent R. I. A P. Ry, Rock Island, III.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor. .
All Fools' day.
Have you voted?
Next Sunday will be Easter.
Millinery opening at McCabe Bros, to
morrow and Thursday.
Go to the rink tonight and enjoy your
self last skate of the season.
Moline votes on a proposition to make
her Rock river bridges free today.
A great display of Easter millinery on
Wednesday and Thursday at McCabe
Don't forget the millinery exhibit at
McCabe Bros, for tomorrow and next
Grandest millinery display of the sea
son on Wednesday and Thursday at Mc
There is to be an entertainment at the
Christian Mission Sunday school next
French and English styles bonnets
and hats at McCabe Bros', opening on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. W. O. Looney. of Ottawa, arrived
this moniog for a visit to his brother, J.
P. Looney, manager of the Western
Union telegraph office.
Tbis is one of the most solemn weeks
in tbe ecclesiastical calendar in the
Catholic and Episcopal churches. It is
Holy or Passion week.
Ladies who desire to donate any arti
cles to the Industrial fir may leaye them
at the Armory Thursday of this week,
with their nimes attached.
Thomas Cadwsllader, of Chicago, rep
resenting tbe California dried fruit house
of Geo A. Fleming & Co., is in the city,
the guest of Mr. C. F. Fleming.
Invitations have been issued by Messrs.
T. R. Harper. John Gill, F. J. Kinney
and Stewart Harper for a post lenten hop
at ine Harper on Wednesday evening,
The apparatus tor drilling tbe artesian
well on the ground of Mitchell and Lyde's
new block arrived this moruing, iB be-
ing delivered, and work will be com
General Passenger Agent R. Stock-
bouse, of the R. I. & P., and wife, re
turned this morning from their Mexican
trip. They report a most delightful
journey in all respec ta.
The republicans of Davenport have
nominated Geo. t . McClelland for mayor.
J. L. Hebert for city clerk, H. CFulton
for treasurer and L. A. Lyre for assessor.
The nominations are all empty honors
If you have not already voted, do so
before tbe polls close. The result of an
important contest may depend upon
your individual ballot. If it Is a man s
privilege to vote, it is certainly his duty
The steamer Moline gave a shriek on
her first s dute to the draw this year last
evening, that will be pretty nearly dupli
rated in the neighborhood where "Juegler
Josh" resides tonight. It sounded like a
wail from the dead.
The Union got so rattled in its final
outburst this morning that it called Josh
ua Ilasselquist a democrat. Tbis is
rough on the democrat, but the Union
is excusable, Il bs bad no end of trou
ble on Josh's account the past few days.
M. R. Iglchart has received a con
tract from' Mrs. Lynde to lay an eight
foot Argillo tile walk on both the Six
teenth street and Third avenue aides of
the Lynde homestead, and also to reset
the iron fence to the proper grade.
Daniel Sbeeban died at the Soldiers'
Home at Quincy yesterday, and the re
mains are expected on the Q. tomorrow.
He will be buried from St. Joseph's
church by St. Patrick's society tomor-
row afternoon, ne belonged to Com
pany G, 47th Illinois Infantry.
Herman Schmart, who keeps the saloon
at the corner of Ninth street and Eighth
avenuo, complained to the police last
night that he bad been robbed of t50.
Officer Sexton was assigned to investi
gate tbe esse, and is of the opinion that
Mr. bchmact has not been robbed at all.
Mr. Fred Haas and the Messrs Schmidt
are improving the stairway leading up to
the second floor of the Star block where
are located the rooms of tbe Western
Union Telegraph company and the Cen
tral Union Telephone office putting in
new steps and also painting the walls.etc.
Seven car loads of Johnston rail for
the Holmes line extensions and improve
ments, are being distributed, for tbe new
lines on Ninteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Fourth avenue and Ninth alreet,and along
tbe line of tbe old Moline & Rock Island,
beyond Brook's crossing toward Moline.
Johnny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. U.
WulfT, of 2104 Fourth avenue, died at 5
o'clock tbis morning of diphtheria, aged
seven years, being the second bereave
ment that has come to Mr. and Mrs.
Wulff in a short time from thia terrible
disease. Tbe funeral occurred thia after
Capt. Washington Highr, the popular
rapids pilot of the Diamond Jo line, ar
rived in Rock Island by express this
morning with all charges prepaid. He
put up at the Rock Island house, where
he will be found at all times except when
he is on the river, until lbe"leaves begin to
The many friends of Mr. C. B. Enox
who has been confined to his home for
several months with a desperate selge of
illness, were rejoiced to greet him down
town this morning. Mr. Enox has lost
fifty-two pounds daring bis sickness, but
is fast recovering, and hopes soon to re
gain his usual health.
The rush of business is so ereat at
Clemann & Salzmann's furniture and
carpet emporium that tbey were obliged
to engage an additional salesman in tbe
person of Mr. James T. Ahern, a young
man thoroughly acquainted with the bus
iness. He has for some time been en
gaged as salesman at A. J. Smith Sc Son's,
Tbe Predlcr Abomination.
An exchange rightly says of an abom
ination which the Rock Island city coun
cil recently tibk steps to restrain:
Why people will persist in buying
trasby merchandise of peddlers and fakirs
is a question which continues to excite no
little interest In business circles. The
transient peddler has only to enter the
gates of the city with his pack and set up
in business en the street corner, and in
side of an hour be will be found sur
rounded by a larger crowd of Interested
listeners than will be seen before the
counter of tbe legitimate merchant in a
wboleday. He will introduce his "lead
er" usually pins or lead pencils and
sell them at a. greatly reduced price,
on which be will probably lose a
small sum. In tbe meantime be will
get rid of a quantity of shoddy goods
at a fair price and the guileless
customer will hug his supposed bargains
to bis heart, and canter homeward with
a lot of stuff that a reliable merchant
would not be guilty of offering to bis
trade at any price. The craze for ped
dling has now reached the point where
the fakir goes about from house to house
itb a slock of goods puporting to be
gentlemen s suitings. The traveling
render will resort to every conceivable
scheme to do business, and every dollar
be caeries away from the city belongs In
the pocket of the established merchant.
I like my wife to use Pozionl's Com
plexion Powder because it improves her
looks and is as fragrant as violets.
A'taooa Tote Betas Polled Amid
' Mach Democratic Enthntlaam, bat
The city election has not been marked
by any particular incident so far,
though a steady vote is being polled, and
much bard work is being done on both
sides, and the vote will probably be as
large as has ever been brought out at a
municipal and township election. Demo
crata are enthusiastic in every ward, and
are very sanguine of success. Tbis is
observable particularly in the Fifth ward
where tbe nomination was not made un
till last night, but where the mass of the
democrats are standing firmly by Mr.
Evans whom they first elected two years
ago, whom they nominated last night and
will reelect today. From present indi
cations the democrats will elect every al
derm in, with one possible exception, and
will carry their entire township ticket
Down town the vote is heavy, but in
the upper wards it runs lighter. At 3:30
the votes by wards was: First ward, 220:
Second. 240; Third. 255; Fourth, 250;
Fifth, 246; Sixth, 200; Seyenth, 150;
Iowa Lrglftlativo Nutra.
De9 Moines, la., April I. By a vote of
SO to 0 yesterday the bouse passed tbe anti
trust bill, which prohibits pools, trusts and
combinations under penalty of fines rang
ing from t VX) u t-",OuO. One provision is
that parties buying projerty from a trust
can not lie made to pay for it. Tbe bill to
extend the term of county auditors one year
was passed. The senate passtd the bill pro
viding that druggist who were iu business
when the pharmacy law was passed two
year bro s-liould liecome register! pharma
cists w ituoiit examination.
No Itribrry at I.utllnw Street Jail.
New York, April 1 Judge Barrett yes
terday sustained the demurrer of Deputy
Sberiifs Walsh, Martin, and Young to the
indictments found against Ibetn for bribery
in acci-ptin; fioj iro nU. U. Francklyn, a
prisoner in Lu liow Streot j ail. for certain
privileges granted him. Tus juJga decides
that the deputies flit not accept a bribe
because they could legally have granted
rrantklyn tbe privileges if they chosen to.
"Tbe great question of interest now
is," says Jenks, buttonholing a dreary
looking friend, "who is to be the next
president." "No, sir." is the emphatic
reply. "I be banged if it is. Tbe
great question now is: How to cure my
cold." "That indeed? Why. buy a bot
tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, of course."
Will be received at the city clerk's office.
Rock Island, III., until 5 p. m., April 7,
1390, for the moving of the electric light
tower, corner of Second avenue and Sev
enteenth street south across the street, a
distance of 100 feet, more or less. By
order of tbe committee on fire and light.
When lips receive a rosy flush.
And teeth become a dazzling white,
Beneath the efforts of the brush.
When Sozodont is used arizht;
The mputh becomes sweet, pure and
Aad the freCi breath an odorous charm.
"There's no terror, headache, in your
For I am armed so strong with remedy
That 1 pass pain by as an idle word
Which 1 respect not since the discovery
of Salvation Oil. 25c a bottle.
"Why doesn't be take nood's Sarsapa
rill?"is tbe general inquiry of friends
when a person gutters from any disease of
1 have a supply of good, clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. Sieorist.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. G. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island Boom.
So'e Agent for 10c Sheet Mnaic.
Catalogue free, mailed to auy ,
m seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. VV. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Maoonlo Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK 1B1.AXD, 11,1.
ill) r .
Spring Styles now Bead.
BECATJRE IT IS THE SOURCE OF BEAUTY.
Ton have seen a beautiful woman with a headache or toothache, was she beau
A man with a singing bunion had he a handsome face?
And a woe-begone look accompanies chronic pain.
On tbe other hand, a cheerful mind and bouyant feeling brings rose to the
cheek and sparkle to the eye.
. Beauty depends on health, and health on comfort; and comfort depends on the
Corset that is if you wear one.
Then, are what we will talk of. In order
somewhat greater prominence (if such is
week a splendidly made Satteea Corset in
gold for 49c, as good probably as you
We keep the following popular and well known Corsets in stock, and sell at
Ball's. Madame Foy's. Warner's nealtb. and Caroline, Carlotta. Ferris in ladies'
and misses' Loomer's Elastic hip. Common Sense. French woven. W. C. C. Caro
net's Favorite waists and others. Take comfort bv wearin? onr Domilar Corse is.
Comfort la the source of beauty.
NEW CAPES Jersey Jackets for street wear, extra value at f 5.00, yery good
at $3 50. New China silks, figured. All wool Tennis Flannels, very pretty.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted tip
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Ilarper'a Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUS3EL3, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
city. ' In
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Friday and Saturday, April 4-5.
- New Spring Styles
In choice EASTER HATS and Millinery Novelties,
exclusively our own.
&A1I are cordially inylted.
lien's Felt Shoes tl 00
" Felt Boot Over 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
" Rubbers 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arcties 75
High Button Gaiters 65
" Alaskas 40
Boy'e Arctics 50
M sses' High Button Gaiters 1 60
Rubbers 25 ;
" Arctics '. 70
Children's Arc lies .. 50
In addition to these low pricea I will eive awav an EocvcloDenia. valued at t8.'
to each customer buying f25 worth of Boo
Call in and let us show yon the Book and explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOX STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE f
Hit flftk ATtlVe.
t bring ear Corset Department into
possible) we propose to give yon this
acsrlet. cream, blaak. blue, pink and
usually pay 75c for our price this week 49c.
la and Shoes.