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THE BOCK IST.ATD ABGUS; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1889.
As Things 60, 1
WE WILL SELL
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday,
end !1 tbi!i wrek if tby ,BBt ' ,0ng'
Wbite Crochet Bed Spreads
:W cfMirs each,
,.,r price one half more, and still
tiher ! 'i. hii-',r ,n'1 ,,Ht,r h2't,n.
nr,,M. not all the same quality, to go
" h -y -
CIm.'kv at 89 cents.
Y(,hivi- pni'l 1 2-r' ,r 1 40 ,or 'horn
. w,j ii o ii'.'Hin before the sea
","n f. over. Tli.1 -ct to Hose thorn
WMtH th" rorrni liir H hij 1 t nrt lhi
T'v nni! t ' r,il"! ,h!s department-
ONE TWO, THREE
sp. ci-il things in
VWte Marseilles Quilts.
A 'i ',r'
imrcliixe bousht before our
r linf They nro just a little In
We'll no wlmt we can to move
,h , Tine - pr '.'! niraed f.r the lot.
.v.., mi i 1
; i Htiit ii none worm less
thin i IM- !l ,'x,r" i,iru Mi,:'!,
It pavn more than ever this spring to trade at
1714, 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1732 Skcond Avevue. Rock Island.
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M iMTACTUREKS OF
An'! !' n 'T-f in A'tists Materials,
r . i' . S'aiionery, Etc.
tt'p :ir(- thf Wesfern agenta for the stove manufactuiea
't Tai'ux, Rice & Co., and carry the largest stock of
smvs wfst of Chicago. In baying of as you virtnally
'"iv ii" tli" Tnamifacturers and at lower prices than any
i"t:u; dfiak-r can afford to make. It will pay you to see
'ft' -iv you Imy anything in the shape of a'stove.
WILL4RD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
""S Lave thp larooo, .
COr' SKmi A,e-. n4 16th atreet. SUTCUFFE BROS.
This week will occur our annual Pearl
Button salo. This Is destined to be the
largest season Pearl Buttons have ever
18. 20. 82. 24 and-26 line Pearl Buttons,
1 Cent a Dozen.
Penrl Buttons for White Goods, all
wash goods, colored Pearl Buttons for
Batteens. Wool Dress Goods and 8tlka.
A Job 18 linn Super Pearl a
7 Cents a Dozen.
BALL PEARL BUTTONS.
8c. 10a. 18c. 14e.
Special prices that cannot bo duplicated
by other drv goods houses. In connec
tlon with Pearl Button sale we will offer
a la rue assortment colored metal buttons
worth 10c to ISc at 4 cents a dozen.
None worth less than 10c.
Late novelties In Jersey O mkIj jut in.
i h a
1705 Second avenue.
at a BARGAIN
THE CITY: RIGHTS.
The Bill Giving It the Prtvilece of Il
poslnar t Beat I'.vtate Passes the
Lewer Honae ot itae Illinois liftim
Dispatches came to Howard Wel!s, of
the viaduct committee of the Improve
ment association, and to the Arocs from
Representative Hutst this afternoon,
stating that the bill empowering cities to
convey property had today passed the
lower house of the 1 gislature, and only
needs the governor's approval to become
Tha bill giving tuch rights, passed
the state senate early in the present ses
sion and was at once introduced in the
house by Mr. Hurst. The bill is one of
vast interest to Rock Island as under it
the city may code the government such
property rights as are essential to the
government assuming the construction of
the much needed viaduct at the approach
to the slough bridge.
Mr. Hurst is entUied to great credit
for bis efforts and success in accomplish
ing so much for the good of Rock Isl
and and the community.
THE M. E. KCSICALK.
A Delightful C'oniert at tho First
Church Last Erei miC" Who Fartlc
The tnusicale at the First M.-E. church
last evening was a must delightful treat,
and it was a very larjjo and appreciative
audience that enjoyed it.
The programme openened with a well
executed organ solo ty Prof. S. T. Bowl
by, followed by a selection by a ladies'
quartette composed cf Mrs. G. E. Lam
bert and Misses Ranson, Schnitger and
Fnrpatrick. Then there was a piano
duet by Mesdatnea O-opper and Dartow,
an excellent recitation by Mrs. W. C,
Collins, a vocal solo by Mr. J. K. Cooke;
aud a mandolin and guitar, duet by
Messrs. Wm. Stengel and Geo. Stroehle
afforded a fine conclusion for part
Part second opened with a fine piano
soio oy sues ausio Motfdard. Then a
male quartette composed of Messrs. Col
lins, Dodge, Gue acd Collins, gave a
splendid selection, aftar which there was
a recitation by Mrs. W. C. Collins, a
cornet solo by Prof. Woodyatt, and the
entertainment closed with a pleasing ren
dltlon by a quartette composed of Mrs.
Lambert, Miss Bogue -nd Messrs. Dodge
The affair was a success financially, as
well as muHically-speaking.
At the Tlmntre.
When the dramalUt, Hartley Campbell,
wrote the comedy-drama. "A Double
Marriage," he must have been laboring
under that morbidness of disposition
which whs the forerucner of the awful
lunacy which finally took him from
earth. The plot of tbe play binges on
one of tbe most unfortunate and' irrepar
able calamities that could enter into and
destroy domestic happiness; yet the lines
are beautiful and there is abundant scope
for good acting. The Baldwin Comedy
company realizes tbit., as the perform
ance at Harper's tbuutre last evening
demonstrated. Of course tbe chief hon
ors of the evening were awarded to
"Theo" Stark, who admirably sustained
tbe comedy role of "Annanias Jingle,"
and to Miss Jennie G ddtbwaitc, whose
"Louis Manning" was superb. However
tbe ' II ute Calvert" of Miss Josie Crocker
was a strong emotion il character, and
tbe rest of tbe support was good, espec
Ully tbe little ones, who, in tbe fifth act,
contributed to one of the prettiest do
mestic scenes ever seeti upon tbe stage.
At the conclusion of the fourth act, the
drawing for tbe silver water pitcher or
$15, took place and the lucky number
was 4761 held by Phil Nelson, one of the
gallery gods. Tbe boy took the money .
Tonight the beautiful Irish drama.
"Killarney," will be given.
Manager Steel has tl e pleasure of an
nouncing for next Monday night the ap
pearance of the famous Boston Quin
tette club, of which tbe Chicago Tribune
The Boston Quintetw club is the finest
musical organization that travels, "To
hear Blumenberg alone is worth twice the
price of admission. I', should be suffi
cient guarantee of the quality of this or
ganisation when il is endorsed by such
musical men as Henry J. Frees, Will 11.
White and James Howie, two years con
ductor of the Houston Choral society.
Very many com pi 1 nents have been
paid Mr. John O'Neil, head usher at
Harper's theatre, whose gentlemanly and
obliging conduct is always noticeable,
especially at times whei there are un
usual crowds. Mr. O'Neil is one of the
best head ushers that has ever walked
the aisles of Harper's taealre.
The Public ttchonls.
The board of educati in met in regular
monthly session last evening, all the di
rectors being present, including W. 8.
Enowlton. who was elected at the last
The question of purchasing two copies
of Rand & McNally's a las and a map of
the U. 8. history of the world was re
ferred to the text bock committee and
superintendent, with pewer to act.
The usual two weeks' vacation was or
dered to commence at the close of the
present school term.
Bills were allowed a follows:
The Union Printing." $5 50, Rock Isl
and Gas company, 13 87; Kramer &
Bleuer. .50; Henry Di.rt's Sons, 8 75;
Rock Island Lumber and Manufacturing
company, $9; Henry Kroeger, if 10; S. S
Ktmble, f 1T.98; W. H. Hatch, $9,S.
A Fine Dit play.
J. T. Dixon, the as is tic tailor, is al
ways on deck at this season of the year
with a full line of the latest patterns in
foreign and domestic inf tings, which ne
bas nicely displayed at. his store. Mr
Dixon's ions acquaintance with the pub
lic of this city enables Mm to select only
those fabrics which bt knows will sell
readily and this year set s him with a finer
and larger atock than ever. Mr. Dixon
always guarantees suits to be made in tbe
latest styles and to fit, and bis prices are
Tbe richest man in Berlin rejoices in an
annual Income oi 2,7vu,uuu maras
LOVE IX A GREEN ROOM.
Atolrn Bliss in a Vavenport Theatre
Two Young Couples Hide Away..
The Davenport Timet tells the follow
ing story of love and romance:
Two young men and two young girls,
all duly labelled as among the respecta
ble class of this city, sought a trysting
place in the basement of tho Burtis opera
bouse on 8unday evening. No other
place. It would seen, would so well an
swer their purpose as the green room of
a theatre, where puffs and powders, car
mine saucers, Circassian wigs, old doub
lets, glass court jewels and linen bou
quets were scattered in disorder. These
couples were romantic and the "worm 'i
their damask cheeks wonld have bored
through and extracted several of their
milk teeth if they could not squeeze and
simper and coddle near the awful death
traps, tbe smooth uplands of tbe Gram
pian hills, where Norval's sire "fed his
flocks," or catched love's inspiration
from tbe painted scenery which can de
pict equally well Juliet on the balcony or
Eliza crossing the ice. So to the myste
rious realms of departed or exhausted
wit hied these two couples.
How long they had been secreted there
cannot be ascertained, but when they
were discovered there was mnsic in the
air. First only one pair of honey thieves
was detected. The girl blushed an1
cried at her exposure, and begged earnest
ly to be released. She told of the other
couple left behind, and was then released.
Her companion was marched off to the
station house. Then a search began for
the other pair. After a long ramble in
all sorts of nooks and placea. and after
prying behind every known wall or panel,
the alarmed couple was at length
found closely huddled together, so as to
occupy as little space a possible,
hid behind a piece of sheet iron, which
has frequently done terrible service
in sounding the mimic thunders of
incensed Jove or attracting the
curses of a houseless King Lear. When
the hidden ones enme forth and showed
themselves, girl No. 2 also produced a
si ries of copyrighted sobs and cries; she
implored forgiveness, protested that she
meant no harm, had done no wrong and
that she and her sheepish looking com
panion had only "hugged a little through
fright." She, too, was released, and
went away looking back at her forlorn
swain as if she would like to be "fright
ened" some more. In tbe course of tbe
night the two young men were dismissed
with a reprimand.
Now, that tbe green room of a theatre
has been heartlessly closed on these lov
ers as a place ror quiet dalliance and
yura yummery, it is doleful to think that
only the steps of tbe stone school house
or the too much ventilated aisles of the
board yard are left them in which to ex
perience another stolen ' fright."
Poor (f) Flaearel.
Fluegel, the Rock Island speculator.
who has already gained considerable no
toriety ht-reabouts through land litiga
tion, seems to be unfortunate in the most
of his transactions; as, witness the fol
lowing from tbe Red Bluff (Cal.) Sentinel
of Feb. 25:
Henry Fluegel and Wolfgang Akerman
arrived here this morning on the Oregon
express from Rock Island. 111. Tbev
have purchased or bargained for some
lots in the Wilbur .Colony tract, repre
sented to be within ten minutes' walk of
Red Bluff. The distance is not less than
seven and not more than ten miles from
this place. These gentlemen came out
here to look at the lund and report to
twenty-eight others who have been duped
oy the California & Southern Land Co.,
of Cincinnati. Some of these si-jrdv.
honest, hardworking Germans have Daid
$60, some $30, some $10 and others $6
and $3 for certain numbered lots in this
Wilbur Colony. Some have paid in full,
aud others are paying when certain suras
become due. Fluegel and Akerman ex
pected to find a thriving town and lots of
setUers on the company's tract, but when
tiiey were told that there was no town nor
settlers either, they looked the very pic
ttire or despair. One bas SSI 50. the other
$4.20, and that's all the money they have
mis siae or kock island. They are poor
men and their friends at home are Door.
They have no money to purchase tickets
to return, and will be compelled to go to
worn to get enough money to pay their
way back. They say there are scores of
men in Davenport, Iowa, who have in
vested in Wilber Colony lands, most of
whom are poor laboring men.
The Diamond Jo company is getting
all its packets in readiness to start out.
The Verne Swain is expected to begin
its season's business on the 21st on tbe
old route between Clinton and this city.
The War Eagle is the first boat of the
season announced for the upper Missis
sippi. She was expected in Keokuk last
evening and will make regular trips be
tween that port and St. Louis.
The first boat of the season, tbe
steamer Pilot will make the round trip
from Princeton to Rock Island tomorrow
and Saturday. She will arrive at Rock
Island at 9:30 a. m. and leave at 3 p. m.
with Capt. Orrin Smith at the wheel.
Tbe ferry, Spencer, made her first ap
pearance this season this morning, her
signal whistle being heard at 8:30 o'clock.
She put in most of the morning breaking
a way through the field of ice that had
accumulated in the shoal water near tbe
Rock Island shore. It will be a day or
two before regular trips can be made.
A select company of over one hundred
and fifty were present by invftation of
Miss Rice to bear Mr. Hannibal A- Wil
liams, of New York city, recits "Julius
Casar" at St. Katherine's Hall last night.
Tns various scenes were so skillfully pre
sen ted that they were made to pass vividly
before the mind. With scarcely a gess
ture and without any of that simperint
artificiality which smacks of tbe book and
school, he went through the principal
scenes of the play, holding the undivided
attention of tbe Intellectual company.
His manner is pleasing and not the least
enjoyable ot tbe various features in the
unique representation was tbe running
commentary upon tbe play. Those
present were profuse in their thanks to
the hostess who provided tbe rare treat.
Davenport Democrat - Oaeette, March 18.
Tbe pupils of Rock Island High School
have secured Mr. Williams to present
"Othello" at High School ball Saturday
evening next. Tickets thirty-five cents
Sew Wall Paper Store.
Those well known paper bangers,
Messrs. Sutcliffe & Lerch, will in a few
days open a atock of the finest wall pa
per ever brought to this city, in Dimick's
block on Twentieth street. Tbe stock
has been purchased for cash and will be
sold at live and let live prices.
"Can't eat a thing." Hood's Sarsapa
rilla la a wonderful medicine for creating
an appetite, regulating digestion and gir
Fresh dressed chickens at May's,
Fine fresh cauliflower at May's.
Choice sweet potatoes atF. G- Young's.
Fresh dressed chickens at C. C. Trues
dale's. "Killarny" at Harper's theatre this
Nice oranges and bananas at F. G.
Special sale of spring overcoats at the
Some more of those 50 cent suits at
the M. & K.
25c, 483. 75c, 93c boys' suits at Simon
& Mosenf elder's.
F. W. Wilson, of Rural, was in tbe
city last evening.
Nice boys' flannel suits at $1.88 at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Supervisor Ira Buffum, ot Andalusia,
was in tbe city today.
14.85 for a good, solid casslmere spring
overcoat at tbe M . & K.
Mother's friend and star waists; elegant
assortment, at the M. & K.
Tbe most elegant line ot light weight
overcoats now open at the M. & K.
Mrs. Joseph Bailey, of Chicago, is vis
iting at the residence of C. L. Walker.
500 more of those 15 cent boys' pants
just received at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Fresh head lettuce, asparagus.spinacb,
oyster plant, parsley and radishes, at
Dr. Thomas Wright, a well known vet
erinary surgeoi of Davenport, died yes
terday, aged 79.
J . M. Buford offers for sule at a great
bargnin the Swiler residence on Second
avenue near Eleventh street.
Instructions came from Obstrver Fitz
gerald today to hoist black flag a fall of
twenty degrees by tomorrow morning.
Simon & Mosenf elder today place on
sale a boys' 6iiil at 98 cents, all fizes
trom age 4 to 13. This garment must be
seen to be appieciated.
806-807. Family story paper can be
found on Crimpton's news counter; 7
cents a copy in advance; four for 25
The Down Town Progressive Euchre
club had a very pleasant meeting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carse last
Mr. J. M. Buford sold another lot in
Rodman's aduition yesterday. Real es
tate in that part of town seems to be on
Simon & Mosenfelder have just re
ceived another invoice of boys' and chil
dren's clothing, and now off-r larger bar
gains than ever.
A meeting of tbe Citizens' Improve
ment association will be held al tbe
rooms in tbe opera house building to
Messrs. D. G. Mooie and E. R E Kim
brough. members of tbe board of educas
tion of Danville, paid a visit to the Rock
Island high school yesterday.
Among the new suits just arrived at
Simon & Mosenfelder's are eight differs!
ent styles of cheviots, all new, handsome
patterns, and made in different styles.
Mrs. Mary A. Roberts died last evening
at her borne, 1019 Third avenue, of general
debility, aged 75. The funeral was held
this afternoon from tht-U. P. church.
Messrs. John Clark. David Fitzgerald
and II. C. Wivill are those most promi
nently discussed by democrats just now
for the nomination for police magistrate
Tbe adjourned meeting of the Island
City club will be held tomorrow night.
Matters of importance are to be attended
to and the presence of all members is den
Fred Wilde, late secretary of the Tri-
city Freight Bureau, has been appointed
secretary of the Iowa State Shippers' and
Manufacturers' association, with head
quarters at Dt-s Moiues.
Mrs. T. W. Glenn, recently of Coloua
township, who bas been visiting relatives
in this city, leaves this evening for her
new home in Nebraska, where her hus
band is already located.
Mr. W. B. Mclntire leaves tonight for
Superior, Neb., to assume charge of Mc
lntire Bros.' store there. The feeling of
regret over Will's departure is like unto
grief in more than one quarter in Rock
Mr. Wm. Jackson ban received a
good sample of Galesburg paving brit k
weighing 5 pounds 10$ ounces, which,
after having been soaked in water forty
eight hours, iB found to have gained ex
actly two ounces in weight
The C, B. & Q. has commenced the
delivery of gravel, for the filling in by the
city of Second avenue between Twentieth
street and the bridge, and it will not be
long before a substantial roadway is es
tablished between the streets named.
Prof. Duncan, of tbe Davenport Busi
ness college, recovered a surprisingly
heavy verdict against J. Little, one of bis
former pupils, who struck the professor
on the head with bis fist. Tbe jury al
lowed the plaintiff $1,400.
Chas. F. Fleming leaves Saa Jose, Cal ,
tomorrow night for Rock Inland. Upon
his arrival. Mr. Geo. A.Fleming, who
has been here all winter looking after
Fleming & Co's distributing depot, will
return to his California borne. I
A "salad sociable" will be held in the
lecture room of tbe Central church on
Friday evening, under the auspices of the
aid society. An interesting programme
is being prepared and a good time is ex
pected. Refreshments will be served.
With the opening of tbe river and the
occasional rains here and other places,
lumbermen will find it very bard to do
niee work with muddy water. Tbe
Rock Island Steam Laundry will endeav
or to overcome that difficulty, and do the
laundry work as nice as ever.
The manufacturers, merchants and
professional men of Moline have pre
pared a supplication to General Supt.
Tabbs, of the Western Union Telegraph
company, to establish a local telegraph
office In the business portion of the city.
Moline, like other small towns, has been
accustomed to have no other convenience
for tending message than at the railroad
offices, and having no night service.
There will be held at the Keller school
house in Bowling township on Saturday,
at 2 o clock p. m., March gg, a caucus
for the nomination of ' candidates for
township offices to be voted for at the
coming town election. All voters who
are in favor of a people's ticket are cor
dially invited to attend, by the commit
tee composed of August Kane and W. 8.
Oscar Wilde talks of coming back, and
Bays he won't mind tbe ocean trip, so long
as he can get plenty of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup to kill off colds.
C. A. STCIX,
Monday, March 18th.
First appearance of the woild famous
Mr. John F. Bhodes. Solo Violinist.
Mr. Paul Mende, Violinist.
Herr Oscar Huetschel, Solo Flute.
Mr. Paul Stoeving, Solo Viola.
Mr. Louis Blumenberg,
Mibs Anne Carpenter,
Prima Donna Soprano.
Koti This will be tha grandee treat of made
and the vreateet qnintette that has ever before
visited onr c.'ty. Keerred seats have been plac
ed at $1 .00 and first three rows in balcony T5o.
CITY TOWNSHIP ELECTION NO
TICE. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the
Second day of April, 188V. In the city of Dock
Island, an election will be held for the following
One Mayor for two yearn.
One City Clerk for two years.
Ona l lty Attorney for two years.
One City Treasurer for two years.
One Police Magistrate for four VAars.
On Alderman in the First ward for two years.
One A'rierman in the Second ward for to years.
Oi.e Aldermau in tho Third ward for two years.
One Aldermnn n the Fourth war fortwo years.
One Alderman in the Kl th ward for two years.
One Alderman In the Sixth ward for two years.
one Al ennau in the Seventh ward for two years
And on a proposition by resolution of the City
Council 'For" "Against" selling the city water
works. Towst-Hip orricERS :
One Supervisor for one year.
Four Asrletant Supervisors for one year.
One Assessor for one yiar.
One Collector for one eur
1 wo Justices of the Peace for four years.
Th m Constables for fonr years
Which election will bo opened at 8 o'clock In
the m. rnlrjg and continue open nntU 7 o'clock In
the afternoon ot that day.
Cltv and Town Clerk.
Dated this Oth day of March, 1689.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Couxtt I
In the Circuit Conrt In Chancery.
Ransnm R. C ble vs. Mart-E. Young In her own
right and as executrix of the lata will and tes
tament of John Dickson, decased, Geose M.
Dlcknon, Klira F. Dickson. The Rock Island
National Rxnk, Rnjwell P. Dart, James S
Drake and Samuel Blair Foreclosure General
Notice is hereby given that by vlrtuoof a decree
of aid court, entered 1n the above entitled canxe,
on the 25th duy of January. A. D. 18t. 1 shall,
on Saturday the 6th day of April, A. D. 18H,
at the hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon, at the
north door of the court house. In the city of Ruck
Island, in eatd county of Rock Island, so satisfy
said decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land, situ
ate in the county ot Rock Island and state of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wlt:
The northeast quarter of section twenty-six,
(SB). In townshln seventeen, (17), north of rant;e
i wo, (), west of the fourth nth) principal me
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this ltth day of
March, A. D. 18SD. WM. JACKS JN,
Special Mas'er in Chaurerv.
Henry Curtis. Coinpl'ts Sni'tr. 14 d4w
Wednesday Evening, M'ch 13.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street care for Moline after dance.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Coder Rock lalaud House.
' Brownson the Hatter,
Second and Main street,
W offer Farm Loans as follows :
Iowa and Missouri 6.
Nebraska and South Dakato 7.
Cnable to get get 7 per cent Iowa ond Missouri
Loans, we can recommend, we are compelled to
reduce onr rate to 6tf per cent..
In Nebraska and South Dakota 1 per cant
commands the best loa&a.
la Iowa and Missouri cheap Eastern Money
oaf f iced Choice Loans to t per cent
or even S per cent.
tlnrectors are Invited to Inspect loans we
hare on hand for sale. '
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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IARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & SALZNIANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
lowest pi ices.
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
U. B. ZIMMERs
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
:CITY PAINT SHOP:
DRUCKMILLER & CO.,
Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomiriing.
(sTAU work warranted and done to order on short notice.
Shop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 3d and 4th avenue.
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
BOOTS and SHOES
Cnildrens' Shoes - - 10, 15, 25 and 50 cents.
Childrens' H. C. School shoes, - - 85c and $1.00
Misses best School shoes, .... f 1.J5
Misses H. C. Fancy Lace shoes, - - - $1.50
Ladies' Slippers, - - 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00
Ladies' Grain Button shoes, - - $1.00
Ladies' Fine Dongola Button shoes," - - $1.75
Ladies' Fine Dongola Hand Turned shoes, - $J.75
Mens' solid Working shoes, - - -, - $1.00
Mens' Congress, Buttons and Bala, - $1.50 and $2.00
all other goods in proportion.
tWl will guarantca better goods and lower prices than any other firm in the
three cities or refund money.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2989 fifth Avenue.
Monday, March 10,
Will open the finest line of
they have ever shown, in all qualities and shades.
Call and see.
Have received from one of the largest Cloak Manu
facturers in the conntry, a very larga
BEADED WRAPS in latest styles quality the best.
Show this week an elegant line of EMBROIDERIES,
in very finest quality from narrow edge
to skirting lengths.
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
kinds of -
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
PIONEER SHOE STORE,
1712 Second Avenue.