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THE HOOK ISTANB ABGtTSl MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1880.
A WORD CHALLIES,
TUE DLOW FIRST
On MrKDAY A. M. the 25th,
Will open 'beir
a, fr Spring 1SS9. An elegant line of
f(,nt p.T vsrd. Best Domestic
' ' n vnti will (" anywhere t llAc,
sta. Fiench Satteens
SFEfl-St'CKERS UAc a yard.
K.W Ti-nni Flannels 10c a jrnrd.
Mul'ip'yini wonld cannot mid to the
, Mr of "ve rriceS- W" "re 8,,OWinR
hTnln'.N "irj;in winch cannot be
'"' '.,! n addition we will show
"""tin- lariat "d fnpst assorted Dress
i..k in His neighborhood, and
' W(. hv our prices on them are
n riir W'M they Bre ,0wer
ih.n V" rtn,i tl,m ,,!,ew",'re. nl
i ft"' illinC " s,',1", "ur reputation on
Con e fnrlv in ilie week, rome In the forenoon if possible
ii, nliiin. ll ys io iraue at
at 4. i-2c per yard.
Genuino French Cb allies, 82 inches
wide, 84 cents per yard.
One hundred patterns of forelcrn and
domestic Challies of. every color, style
ana price known in tbe market.
3Jc yer yard.
To mtike this a memorable sale, to
be talked of in the future, we will place
on sale one entire case. 2,750 yards of
Lawns at 8c. A word to the wise, etc.
Tbe finest Zephyr Ginghams, called
Chanlan cloth. 12 cents a vard
Zephyr cloth, style 1 SO), at only 14
rents a yard.
All the new things in prints in most
And all tbe latest fancy colors combined
with indiso blues privriucing real art ef
fects, and making inost substantial col
ors and fabrics.
Mail orders receive
1714, 1710. 1718, 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avknok. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK
and get our prices.
H J )rt I10t lrfiet the place,
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Store;
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
It is to the interest of every one desiring to buy
To visit us brfoie making their purchase of Dry Goods.
Our stock is entirely
New from Beginning to End.
Wt- have no old ShelNworn goods, nor goods that are undesirable
m xtvl.-s Ol'K STOCK is bought as cheap as money will buy from
tin lust fm'tones and importing houses. We are in a position to
ni ikt. nx'k bottom prices. We carry well known brands of goods and
l" imt wmt to impose upon our patrons with shoddy manufacturers
'V h.-ri jini Imy nr um you may expect what you buy, and in all cases
siaiul n-Milv to nmke our word good. This is the basis upon which we
"k vniir piitr.ninjr.i,
tnke .li-44ure in showing our goods, and we most cordially invite
5" " m mi- hikI examine our goods. Examine and compare our prices
J'uU will ;. J them the lowest. Yours very respectfully.
GEO. VINNEDGE & CO.
WALL PAPER at a BARGAIN
We have the largest stock in the city, and are bound to .ell, and prc are
-p i . gong to make It go
Cor. scond Ave., and 15th street. SUTCLLPFB BROS.
Highly Satisfactory Outcome of a
What the Rrpabl leans Old Batarday
Xlht The Tlehet and Who Corn
poae. It...Kw f nr the frar.
It was a great night for the "masheen.1
From the first rsp that called the repub
lican city-townshi convention to order
at the court house Saturday night, until
the motion to tdjourn carried, the
"masheen" held the combination that
solved and made erery action of the con
vention. When tl e delegates were being
ordered around to their places like so
many school boys, one delegate who was
trotting with bis ard over to tbe right
side of the house whither he had been
ordered, was heard to remark, "we'll go
to the right, if e do get left." The
punster was oubide tbe "masheen,"
but he knew that the rest of his ward
delegates had benn "fixed" all right
enough and nothing that he could do
individually would change the course
that bad been dictated to them.
VICTOR T FOR THK "MA8UKKN."
The day following the republican cau
cuses the Arqds vc ntured a prediction of
the ticket, and it is an interesting fact
that every name on that ticket was right
ly guessed, except as to mayor. Tbe
Argus knew tbe entire ticket was man
ipulated, with the exception perhaps, of
the head, but the "masheen" in its greed
to et everything, llnally fixed that part
of tbe arrangement, too. While general
ly suspected that this was to be the case.
il was not believed by many that the
slate was entirely made up of "masheen"
men. Mr. Carse, had been urged by
his friends ' to permit his name to go
before the convention, and while he did
not formally announce himself, he had
no intimation that he and his friends
were to be used as one of the instru
ments ot the "maeheen" manipulators.
He arrived at the convention just as the
result of the informs! ballot was declared.
and be at once gave notice to the conven
tion that be was to be no longer consid
ered a candidate. This removed the last
obstacle in tbe wav of the "masheen"
and it gleefully went about its task
so well planned. So ambitious was
the "mashseen"to ctrry out every design
that it neglected entirely the forming of
a permanent organization, though the
matter was oace, and at the proper time,
suggested to the temporary chairman,
who brushed the notion aside with an
indignant air and with the admonition:
"That matter, will til be attended to in
due season!" But "due season" never
came around, and tie "masheen" action.
cleverly as it was di signed and carried
through, was, therefore, wholly informal
In calling the convention to order.
Chairman Walker confessed that be had
been instructed to nume F. C. Denkman.
The latter didnot wait for any formali
ties that part of it had been previously
planned but, with a benign smile, ap
proached the rostrum. He made J. Cooke
secretary that gen leman having been
made a proxy delegtte from tbe Second
ward for that very purpose. Cooke read
the call, and a mo'Jon, by somebody
outside of the "masheen" wos that a
committee on credentials be appointed.
but this was distaste 'ul to the "masheen"
chairman, who ignored the motion and
said he thought it would be better to name
Chas. Hodges and Prof. Foss to attend to
that in order to "facilitate things." The
chairmen of tbe different delegations
supplied tbe commit :ee with the lists of
the respective delegates, and it was
shown that J. K. Cooke had been sup
plied for O. P. Olson in the Second ward
and Frank Robinsoi was requested to
take Frank Collins' siat in the Fifth, but
it was only a temporary honor, as the
regular delegate subsequently appeared.
A motion that all candidates be voted
upon first by informal ballot prevailed,
though not without a wrangle over this
mode of procedure. Mr. Edwards got in
a motion that a pernanent organization
be effected, but the .emporary chairman
would not hear to it. Mr. Thomas made
a motion that all candidates be presented
without speeches; ca-ried with a whoop,
especially on the "masheen" side of the
Nominations for mayor were in order.
Aid. Edwards presen led the name of his
colleague, Wm. McOonochie. Tremen
dous applause on tbe "masheen" side.
Henry Carse's name was presented amid
great cheering throughout the house, but
the "masheen" delegates hushed tbe en
thusiasm inside the ruling. The names
of E. P. Reynolds, J. J. Reimers, Hugh
Warnock and Lr. Ueo. tfarlh were
presented. "I declare the nominations
closed." shouted tl e chairman, not
anxious that too many names should be
presented, and then in the confusion qf
tbe moment the p-esidiug officer ex
claimed, "prepare your ballots for an ins
formal candidate for mayor." The in
formal ballot was Uken and resulted
Carse 15, Warnock 7, McConocbie 21,
Reimers 2, Bartb 9, 6 tew art 8, Schroeder
1. Mr. Reimers withdrew. Mr. Carse
withdrew his name. Delegate Paul
asked if tbe gentlemen outside the railing
had anv voice in the convention; if not
be would like them to keep quiet.
The chairman renrovingly, of Dr.
Paul: "I guess there is no harm in the
mndidatea soeakinz for themselves
if they want to."
The formal ballot ave: McConochie,
81; Barth, 12; Carse, 4; Stewart, 1; Ral
ston. 1; Reynolds, 1; Schroeder, 2; Paul,
The "mutual admiration" candidate
acknowledged the bDnor. and said he
would, henceforth, p it forth every en
ergy to be elected though he had no
anticipations that he was to be renomi
"THK MABHBEK" HAS TO WORK.
The names of Rotert Koehler, Alex
Montgomery and W. "W. Eggleston were
presented. - The informal ballot resulted
Koehler, 17; Montgoaery, 14; Eggleston,
n The "masheen' saw that it would
have to work to nominate Koehler.
Tbe first formal gave: Koehler, 21;
Montgomery, 12; Eggleston, 20. Thomas
went over and held an undertone conver
sation with the down town delegates.
The second formal gave: Koehler,
24; Montgomery, 8; Eggleston, 19;
The third formal ballot resulted:
Koehler, 25; Montgomery, 8; Eggleston,
19;Hawes,i. The "masheen" began to
The fourth ballot gave Koehler, 20;
Montgomery, 13; Eggleston, 17; Hawes,
It begun to look blue for the "ma
sheen," and Jim Cooke gave vent to bis
feelings by kicking an innocent dog
that got in his wav. Tbe dog yelped,
and the chairman called it to order.
The fifth formal resulted: Koehler,
16; Montgomery, 11; Eggleston, 19.
There bad been a miscount; five votes
had not been counted and the "masheen"
ordered that they be credited to Keohler.
This was done and it raised that candid
date's vote to 23.
Tbe sixth ballot showed the "masheen"
to be gaining'. Koehler, 25; Montgom
ery, 10; Ifiggleston, 18.
On tbe seventh the "mssbeen" tri
umphed, and the chairman heaved a sigh
of relief that could be heard all over the
house: Koehler. 28: Monteomerv. .V
& r ,
Eggleston, 21. There was a discrepancy
of one vote. The secretary whispered to
the chairman that it could be taken from
Koehler and yet leave him the nom
inee. This was done and Keohler was
declared the nominee. Koebler got up
and bowed his thanks for the honor
which had been forced upon him for the
J. L. Haas was nominated for city at
toroey by acclamation, on motion of J.
K. Cooke. The candidate made a speech
in which be frankly acknowledged that
he bad hoped that tbe motion to exclude
speeches in nominating would apply to
tbe nominees as well. This awkward
confession was either a rough compli
ment to the nominees who had already
spoken, or it showed that Ilaas bad enter
tained a well founded anticipation of
what tbe convention would do.
The names of Geo. M. Loosley, J. F.
Robinson and Capt. John Peetz were
presented for tbe nomination for treas
urer. The informal ballot showed: Loos
ley 89, Robinson 13, Peetz 1. Dr. Paul
moved that Mr. Loosley be declared the
nominee by acclamation. The motion
THE "MA8BEEN" 13 HAPPY.
Ben. De Gear moved that Robert Ben
nett be nominated for police magistrate
by acclamation. No sooner said than
For the office of supervisor the names
of Conrad Schneider, Wm. Atkinson,
Chas. F. Ritter. O. P. Olson, C. J. Lar
kin, Wm. Rinck and Wm. Robb were
suomiitea. uisons name after great
gesticulation and tbe explanation that he
was aown ior "Bometbin? else, was
withdrawn. In reading tbe names the
chairman mentioned Olson, wben Cooke
jumped up and said, "no, no I tell you
we have provided for him." An infor
mal ballot gave the following result:
Schneider 22, Atkinson 17. Ritter 7, Lar-
kiu 8, Rinek 8, Robb 1. Larkin and
Tbe formal ballot resulted as follows:
Atkinson, 34; Schneider, 9; Ralston, 8;
Rinck, 1; Robb, 1. Atkinson bowed his
For assistant supervisors the following
names were presented: Frank Collins,
Chas. Oberg, O. P. Olson, W. C. Collins,
Conrad Schneider, A. W. Williamson, F.
Ludolph, Fay Lynde. T. F. Cary. II. H.
Holland, Wm. Levy and C. W. Foss
were presented. Frank Collins, William
son, Foes, Holland and Lynde declined.
Then came the informal ballot which
gave: ' Olson, 50; Oberg, 11; Collins,
44; Levy, 19; Schneider, 40; Ludolph,
18; Cary. 25.
On motion the four receiving the
highest number of votes were declared
the nominees Olson, Schneider, Collins,
THE MASHEEN ' HAS ANOTHER TUS8EL.
When nominations for the office of
collector were called: H. F. Lamp, John
Evans, Chas. Fiebig, JoBhua Hasselguist
and Spencer Mattison, were suggested.
and the "masheen" had another tussel of
it to put another link in its combination
chain, though it finally triumphed.
The informal ballot gave: Lamp 15,
Evans 10, Fiebig 12, Hasselquist 14,
The formal ballot resulted: Lamp 10,
Fiebig 18, Evans 10, Hasselquist 7, Mat
tison 0, scattering 1.
The second formal ballot gave Lamp 1,
Fiebig 24. Evans 15, Hasselquist 0, Mat
The third ballot: Fiebig 24, Evans 21,
Hasselquist 4, Mattison 4.
Tbe fourth ballot: Fiebig, 26; Evans.
22; Hasselquist, 1; Mattison, 4. The
"masheen" groaned and Thomas went
over and had a talk with the down town
Tbe fifth ballot was all right: Fiebig.
29; Evans, 22; Mattison, 2. Fiebig was
nominated and made a speech predicting
success for "me and the ticket."
When it came to balloting for assessor.
CLEAR 8AILINQ FOR THE "MASHEEN."
Ed. M. Wilcox, Saville Johnston and
Henry Guldenzopf were put up, and the
informal ballot as announced was: Wil
cox, 29; Johnston, 19; Guldenzopf, 8;
Tbe formal ballot nominated tbe "ma
sheen" roan, viz: Wilcox, 82; Johnston.
17; Guldenzopf, 4.
David Hawes and S. F. Cooke were
nominated .for justices of the peace by
A ballot for constables gave H C Har
ris, 33; Ed. Lieberknecht, 80; Wm. Levy,
25 with scattering votes for Dr. Paul
and others. Harris won't run; Lieber
knecnt, some republicans claim, is i
democrat, and Levy is also likely to
Charles L Walker was elected chair
man of the republican city-township
committee for the ensuing year, and tbe
convention adjourned, amid great re
joicing by the "masheen.
As the down-town republicans get the
nominees for police magistrate and for
justices of the peace, the geography of
the "masheen" ticket teems to be its
Tbe "mafiheen" won.
Seersuckers 6 cents at McCabe Bros'
Mr. John Loooev spent Sunday at
Mrs. H. B. Burgh is visiting relatives
The democrats will name the winning
Strictly fresh eggs at ten cents per
dozen at May's.
Jacob Warner, of Watertown. was in
the city today.
New dress challies 4 cents while they
last at McCabe Bros'.
The South Side chapel cleared 129.20
at its recent sociable.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ohlweiler will spend
the summer in Europe.
New tennis flannels 10 cents per yard
while tbey last at McCabe Bros'.
D. S. Scbureman left for Monmouth
this afternoon on a business trip.
Fresh eggs ten cents a dozen, all this
week, at Beecher's commission store.
Eye openers 2.750 yards of lawn at
3 cents this week at McCabe Bros'.
Domestic sateens 7J and 11 J cents at
McCabe Bros'. Others ask 18 and 20.
Dr. C. W. McGavren. of Missouri Val
ley, Iowa, was at the Harper yesterday.
See the elegant display of 7 cent
sateens in McCabe Bros, show-windows.
Waste no time; go with tbe crowd for
the bargains at McCabe Bros', all this
Mrs. Ike Epstein and Mrs. F. Leewall,
of Chicago, are visiting their mother.
Mrs. M. Kohn.
Frank Lawson was sent to the county
jail for sixty days this morning s a com
In Ibe uprine tbe fragrant cow. Hp
Rear Uh head above tbe nod.
In the spring there Is an opening
Fur the man who wields the bod.
Mrs. M. C. Peterson arrived Saturday
evening from Horton, Kan., for an ex
tended visit to relatives in the city.
The Down-Town Progressive Euchre
club was finely entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Shrader Saturday evening.
The "masheen" triumphed at the out
set, but in this case victory in the begin
ning means defeat in the end. See if it
Mr. Munroe Kohn. of this city, and Miss
Lillie Burgower, are to be married at tbe
home of the bride in Davenport, tomor
Lost, between Second and Fourth
avenues, a gold breastpin, set in pearls
with initials F. M. G. Return to this
office and receive liberal reward.
McCabe Bros, dress goods stock is
being largely replenished this week.
Their enormous sales, the past week.
would otherwise make empty shelves.
Tbe funeral of Miss Teresa Kinney was
held from St. Joseph's church this morn
ing and was largely attended. Clough
& Kauiz had charge of the arrangements.
Capt. A. J. Whitney left this after
noon with tbe steamer Penguin and seven
barges for LaGrange, where be begins
work on his $5,000 government cons
John C. Filbert was bound over in the
sum of 200 by Justice Hawes this after
noon upon another forged order issued in
the name of Wendel Meyer for the sum
of $1 50.
Convention manipulation is a pleasant
pastime for the manipulators, but tbe
great mass of voters don't like to be
manipulated, if the republican party in
Rock Island doesnt object.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben T. Cable were at the
Harper bouse over Sunday, and left last
night for San Antonio, Texas, via Kan
sas City. They will take a European
trip some time during the summer.
Prof. Hannible A. Williams will give
one or bis admirable, renderings oi
Shakespeare's Julius Cwsar- in the cbapel
of Auguatana college this evening at
7:30 p. m. The public will be wel
comed; admission only 25 cents.
Now let tbe democrats nominate a
progressive, public-spirited, upright,
popular citizen for mayor, and other
strong candidates, and tbe "masheen"
manipulators will be knocked out com
pletely. The lovefs of good, solid, legitimate
fun in Rock Island will be delighted to
hear that Manager Steel has succeeded in
booking Gorman's minBtrels for April 1 .
The company, it will be remembered, was
unable to get a date on the occasion of
its latt tour through this section, but to
day W. W. Downing, representing this
great organization, is iu the city making
arrangements for the great event.
The actual cost of construction of the
Scott county court house was $162,665.
63. There have been bonds issued to tbe
amount of $100,000. of which 120.000
mature July 1. 1889, and f 20.000 each
year following. The balance. $02,085.68
has been raised by taxation, and there
will be sufficient funds in tbe hands of
the county treasurer to meet maturing
bonds. By tbe manner in which .the
bonds were sold 13.700 of interest cou
pons were cut off and cancelled before
Pre) Bona Fabllea.
For the benefit of the public, and . at
the request of a number of citizens whose
families could not get their supplies last
week, owing to tbe jam, May's grocery
will extend the time of its special sale for
four days. This sale was an immense
success. For three days the store was
crowded with people desirous of taking
advantage of the low prices offered on
goods of standard reputation tbe prices
of which are well known to housekeepers.
These cut prices now stand continued
until Thursday night and the goods are
guaranteed to be first class in every re
spect, and the finest in the market.
A Car Laad at a Barcala.
The leading furniture firm of Clemann
& Salzmann received today a car load of
furniture suites, which Mr. Clemann pur
chased recently at a bargain and which
will be sold at a bargain. Clemann &
Salzmann will be busy today and tomor
row unloading the car.
Uncle Remus has wisely declared that
"mule dont kick 'cordin to no rule," and
"that colds have no systematic way of
taking bold of a person." The only safe
cur, when tbey do. Is a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Byrup. -
A crying sin taking babies to a
Frederick T. Roberts, M. D.. Profes.
sor in University College, London, Eng.,
Examiner in Medicines, Royal College of
Surgeons, says in reference to advanced
kidney disease: "Complications are met,
snch as consumption, heart disease, mor
bid conditions, liver affections. - War
ner's Safe Cure cures these sffections by
putting the kidneys in a healthy condi
tion, thereby enabling them to expel tbe
waste or poisonous matter from the system.
C. A. Stem., - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Wednesday, March 27.
The Popular Comedian,
In Gns J. Heege'a Farce Comedy,
-A Sky Scraper-
In Three Innings and Innumerable Hit.
1st Inning At the Bat.
2d Inning Stealing Bases.
8d Inning Tbe Home Run.
A Chaotic mixture of smllei, laughs and roar,
written and played for the sole purnoee of driving
away dull care.
Prices or Admlaslon 39c, sue, 75c ana Vl.iw.
V. A. St i el, - Manager.
TUESDAY, MARCH 26.
Mai. 3. P. POND has the hmmr ti announce
tbe flmt appearance since bcr European triumph
of America phenomenon,
Mrs. ALICE J. SHAW,
The Whistling Prima Donna,
And Queen of all Artists as a Whistler,
whrse visit to London the punt season was a
sequence or successes. She whistled three
times for the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Mrs. SHAW will be supported by the
following company of artists;
Miss Ollib Torbktt, Violinist.
Miss Enrrn Pond, Singing Header.
Miss Jennie R. Campbell, Accom
panist for Mrs. Shaw.
Mr. 8 V. Downey, Pianist, and
Mr. Gust as e Thalbkro, the Swedish
PRICKS 25c, 50c, 75c and S1.00.
Turner Grand Opera House.
Two Performances only. Sunday Matinee
SUNDAY, MARCH 31.
The Crusaders In the Land of fun !
The New Pilgrims of Mirth !
A Perfect Cyclone of Merriment!
SISSON & BRADY'S
Company of Comedians beaded by Miss Jo tl
Sihson, the charming; soubrett. and Cam. A. Lo
der, the famous Dutch impersonater and Metro
politan star caat. The Latest, tbe Brightest, the
FuDuiest, Tbe Best of Mimical Comedies,
under the management of S. V. Brady.
New Songs, New Dances, New Music.
Our own Operatic Orchestra, all Solo Ar
tiats. Little N nueet Patrol Baud.
Pntrea Matinee and usual prices at night; re-
nervea seats now on sate at uuemnger a.
DON'T MISS IT.
Wednesday Evening, IVM 27.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cara for Moline after dance.
CHAS. BLEL KR.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
Brownson the Hatter,
Second and Main street,
We offer Farm Loans at follows:
Iowa and Missouri 6.
Nebraska and South Dakato 7.
Unable to get 1 per cent Iowa and MUmuH
Loans, we co recommend, we are compelled to
leduce onr rate to 6! per cent..
In Nebraska and South Dakota 7 per cent
commands the best loaai.
In Iowa and Missouri cheap Eastern Money
has f -reed Choice Loans to 6 per cent
or even 6 per cent.
(T'lnveatora are invited to inspect loans we
bav e on band for sale.
DON'T MISS IT.
- McINTIRE BROS.:
Announce for Monday, Tuesday and Wed-.
nesday a special sale of
We have just received an invoice of Wraps from one of
the laseest houses in tbe country, and at prices that insure a
rapid sale of these goods. We respectfully invite all to come
and examine our stnek before making a selection. We also
call your attention to our
Dress Goods Department.
In this department we are showing the choicest styles to
be found in the maiket. We mention below a few of the
many bargains that we are offering this week. N
"Cballie Delaines," light colors f .07 a yard
Double Fold Flannel, all wool, 25 a yard
54 inch all wool Flannel 55 a yard
54 inch all wool Flannel 58 a yard
44 Ineh all wool Broadcloth . 1.25 a yard
86 inch Henrietta, fine quality 25 a yard
These goods at the prices given are a decided bargain.
We can also show you the choicest styles of trimmings to be
found in the three cities. We ask an early inspection of
these goods and feel confident you can find something to suit
lElock Island, Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
d i Hi b s '
: .i; i i rtAGK ii iui
fcaaarr-- 3---' - r ri
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
U. B. ZIMMER
- 0pp. Harper House,
-IS RECEIVING DAILY HIS STOCK OF .
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suits np in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
13 IE TT TT IE 3HM55 !
$1.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
IN ROCK ISLAND IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Childrens' Shoes - - 10, 15, 25 and 60 cents.
Childrens' H. C. School shoes, - - 85c and $1.00
Misses best School shoes, - - - $1.55
Misses II. 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, - $2.75
Mens' solid Working shoes, - - - - $1.00
Mens Congress, Buttons and Bals, - $1.50 and $2.00
all other goods in proportion.
CSTl will guarantee better goods and lower prices than any other firing in the
three cities or refund money. -
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2929 flfih Avenue. 1712 Second Avenue.