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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893.
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Railroad and far Fare up to 60
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Must do the Work of' TWO.
A 50c Piece buys a Dollar s worth at this Great Sale. Every item advertised a positive, apparent,'
Handkerchiefs ic, ;c, c, 4C 5c 6c. The 15c and 25c
qualities of tine lace edge and embroidered handker
chiefs,' Sc for this great sale.
)ozcns of hem-stitch embroidered and corded hand
kerchiefs. The 25c kind for 12' jc.
A t ic lot of U. S. and embroidered, value I2c, for
this sale only 4c.
A great big lot of all kinds of handkerchiefs, hem
stitch and colored Wders worth 8c at yic.
100 dozen 10c embroidered initial handkerchiefs. 4c.
Handkerchiefs, all prices from ic to $1, which, during
this sale, will be held down to 25 to 3 per cent below
To call special attention to the greatest corset stock
west of Chicago, we shall place on sale Friday morning.
Dec. 1, 50 dozen of the great Exposition corsets, two
side steels, satine strip and zone, for this time at only 52c.
45 other styles of corsets down to bed rock prices,
that will make them move lively during this great sale.
Values lost sight of. Prices lower than ever. Men's
mixed undershirts, formerly roc, now 9c. Men's white
shirts and drawers, which cost us $2.62 J per dozen, us
ually sell at 25c. You buy them now at 17c each. Men's
gray shirts, cost $3 per dozen, retail at 30c. Our present
stock will lc placed before vcKi at 19c. Take one or a
dozen. Mens Merino half hose, cost $1.50 per dozen;
colors, tan and brown; value iSc. We will sell at oc.
Men's pure linen cuffs during this sale, 7c; usually 20c.
Men's pure linen colors, all styles, for the present 7c;
every other time 10c
A big line of men's gloves and mittens at remarkably
low prices. Vc mention only one item a heavy faced
mitten at 25c, worth double.
t Watches, clocks, silverware, diamonds and other pre
cious stones, positively always the lowest. Clocks,
watches and all kinds of jewelry repaired promptly and
Alarm Clocks, guaranteed, 69c
Thrce-ound feather Pillows, all ready for use, 39c each.
Bed comforts 33c t6 $3; fully 25 percent under value.
iooo yards the season's accumulations, consisting of
Whip cords, Fpingalines, Natti cloths, etc., etc. All
new weaves, values oSc, 75c, S;c, etc. All go at the one
price, 46;Jc a yard.
TKN pieces wool storm serges, heavy and durable;
would be cheap at 32,'ic, down to i7J.'c for this sale.
A lot of pin check dress goods at 1 1 Jjc per yard.
A great big drive in 50-inch all wool dress goods.
Small fancy check and diagonal remember 50-inch
wide at 26.I c. Takes only six yards for full dress pat
tern. Great mark down all through dress goods stock. '
4S pieces Lyons silk velvet. Regular $1 quality, 42c.
The $i grade, black grosgrain silks, for this sale, at
6SjjC. Black satin I hichesse, the ooc quality of 57ic-
Several pieces of black and white plaid and check
silk, worth from 68c to $1 a yard, all go in at this sale
at the one price of 44Jic.
This having been one of the largest millinery seasons
in our business history, we were led by excess of enthu
siasm to purchase almost too freely in some lines. One
No. 1 Silk ribbon, ic a yard.
No. 5 Pure silk satin ribbon, 4c a yard.
No. 7 Pure silk satin ribbon, 6c a yard.
No. 4 Pure silk satin riblnm, 3c a yard.
Are only a few samples of the way we are slaughtering
Felt Sailor Hats. 2c each.
1 laving nearly closed out all our 75c and $1 flannel
skirt patterns, we have decided to. make sweeping re
ductions in the higher cost skirts to meet the demand for
. lower grades. All wool flannel skirts in patterns, full
length, full size, the Si. 25 kind for this sale at 87c; the
$1.32 quality at $1, and the $1.50 kind for Si. 22.
Coats, Jackets and Gretchens.
WE LEAD, OTIIEUS MAY FOLLOW.
Of the many bargains offered in this department we
can, of course, mention but a few. Our recent great pur
chase of nearly the entire stock of a New York cloak
manufacturer at 30 per cent discount has now becoijie
most thoroughly advertised. This accounts for our be
ing able to give such bargains, not to be found elsewhere.
We are thus enabled to sell those new, stylish, long,
wide sweep skirt coats at $8.35. worth $12.50, and at
S9.S7, which a few days ago could not be touched for less
than $14. Dozens to select from. A few carried over
from last year at 2cc on the dollar. Thus we can sell
reefer jackets at $2. $2,25, $2.75, etc. A dollar will often
do more than double work in this department.
Wednesday morning. Nov. 29, just received from Alex,
Black & Co.," Toledo. Ohio, a traveling salesman's entire
sample line of 1 16 garments. Coats, jackets and capes
at 40 per cent discount. Only one of a kind, no two
alike. This makes the $20 coats only $1 2, the $15 gar
ments it brings down to $9; the $10 capes and reefers
down to S6, and the. $6 ones down to S3.60. This sales
man had not been out on the road quite two weeks, and
the samples are all quite fresh, and you would not know
they had been used for samples if we did not tell you.
40 dozen misses' heavy ribbed black wool hose, carried
over from last season, were 25c, price to close them out
14c for all sizes. Ask to see them.
25 dozen ladies' Oxford gray ribbed, wool hose, the 20c
quality for 2iC during the sale.
Our hosiery department recognizes no competition in
the three cities.
1,000 Skeins best Rope Silk for fancy work, 4c, reduced
to 2C. '
Floor OilCloths. iC per yard.
50 Pieces Best Table Oil Cloth, ice per yard.
Children's Warm Hoods, Caps and Bonnets, 19c each.
Children's Wool Mittens, 4c a pair.
Gray bed blankets at 54c and up. All white bed
blankets reduced 25 per cent.
Two Strap I lorse blankets, 69c each.
The Holidays .ire near at hand. To buy wisely and economically during the rush of Christmas shopping is not so easily done. The safest way is to patronize only re
liable houses with large stocks, whose prices are always known to be the very lowest. McCabe Bros', prices are always at the bottom notch; no one attempts to go lower. This
year we shall show a larger collection of Holiday Goods, and at lower prices than ever before New lines of Dolls, Toys, Games, Plush and Leather goods, Perfumes, Albums
and Photograph Cases. Books, Cards, Tool Chests, Toy Trunks, Dishes ami-Stoves, Combination Iron Safes, Cars, Ships, Post Offices. Fire Engines, Mechanical Toys, etc., etc.
The prices we design to make on every article of Holiday Goods is with the view of closing out every item, and we do not intend carrying any of these goods over into, the year
of 1894. Look out from now on for the biggest kind of bargains.
1720, 1722, 1724, 1726 Second Av.