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THE BOCK IRT.MTO TUESDAY, APBIL 2 18fe6.
wcsball'ell J &P-Coats'
heat six cord thread;
. ... ,h colors at 4 eta per spool.
47c Per Dozen.
. igt received a full and cotn
2rment of B-Wing Bros beat
, ,1,,-ks ami all color, which wo shall
ani r r
"Pigs in Clover."
jpj.n in Clov.-r pur.zles jut recrived at
T,-. 7f, ?c, 7.-. 7c. 7c. 7c.
For R'''4 ,iulc k' fnr biK lrl9
biL, hnvu. tor ni-n and women, pro
r,Hial m.-n. .loctor., lawyer., poliii
,i,n cranilfathers. for your fistera. your
!Liu and V'ur aunts. The EreaUat
t all over ih" east. A real sensation
u B.tn. New Tork, Philadelphia. BhN
more Wu-ihlnal 'D and everywhere. Ten
l one joucan'1 do It.but they all try . The
grel ")' evcr knfwn' ony 7c eacb
-.r.1f THIS DATE
17U. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avkndk. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK
and get our prices.
jTDo not forget the place,
170f Secend Avenue.
iire the Western agents for the stove raanufactuies
of Taplix, Kick & Co., and carry the largest stock of
west of Chicago. In buying of us you virtually
.Tof Uih manufacturers and at lower prices than any
r,?tail d?alt-r can afford to make. It will pay you to see
U: 'tjfWyou buy anything in the shape of a stove.
WILURD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper House. Rock Island.
larger stock in the city,
o uiy fA Tj " vy 4
krZ ',inuR n. ! . goingtomakaitgo. r . -
t 01 Wffio All work
Ave., and 15th street SUTCLIPFE BROS.
Papers, choice variety imported flower
Beus ana jngiisn lawn grass. Imported
for special distribution among our cub
3e Per Paper 3e
These choice seeds comprise sixty diN
rereni varieties, and are warranted fresh,
new seeds, true to name, and every paper
guaranteed to grow it properly planted.
Money will be cheerfully refunded if aeed
is not just as recommended or tails to grow
- a lot oi new clotn and Jersey
Just received cheap.
50 Shoulder Scarfs,
embroidered with silk and fringed, at $1
and 11.83, all colors. Only one-third
at a BARGAIN
and are bound ll .n
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THE SPHERE OF SFORTS.
The Wrestlinf ; Match at Davenport
A Clean Walkover for Connors as
Asalaat Bar an A. Rock Inland
Co-aty laaclax Co-teat -Baae
The wrestling match which has for
some weeks been agitating the mind of
the local sportiof; community took place
at Turner Grand opera house, Davenport,
last evening, aoms three hundred enthus
lasts from the thtee cities being present.
The participants; whose original forfeit
money. It will be remembered, was de
posited in the Abqus office, were Thomas
Connors, late champion middle-weight of
England, and Ma tin Burns, of Big Rock,
Iowa, champion heavy-weight of the
Hawkeye state. The odds were all in
favor of Connors and he won easily in
three straight fallit. Connors is a pro
fessional, and tho lgu of much lighter
weight than his semi-professional adver
sary, he possessed the science of train
lng and experieice which gave him
the advantage over the awkward Iowa
At 8 o'clock EJ Collins, who had been
mutually agreed upon as master of cere'
monies, announced the terms of the con-.
test, which were that it was to be for
$250 a side, the winner to have seventy-
five per cent of the door receipts and the
loser twenty-five; the conditions catch
as catch can style, iwo points down, the
best three out of the Burns two falls to
win; Connors three falls to win. George
Ralole was announced as referee. Tbos.
Nevell was Burns' second and Jim Collins
acted for Connors.
At 8:39 time was called, and the men
at once shook hinds and playfully
mussed up each other's hair for a few
minutes, but finally settled down to bus
ness, and at the end of nine minutes the
man from Big Rock was flat on his back,
and the referee ant ounced the first fall
forConners. A res: of fifteen minutes
was taken and time was again called, and
in just seven minutss the Iowa wrestler
was in his former position of two shoul
ders upon the carpet, and the second fall
was announced in favor of Conners. The
third call of time came in due time. In
three minutes the champion of Iowa was
again thrown, the general result being
declared in favor of Conners.
A SLOGGING HATCH.
A slugging match took place at Dru-
ry's Landing Sunday between Fred. Fos
ter and Elbert McQieer. both residents in
Illinois- About fifty spectators witnessed
the fight. The Muscatine Jourtntl says
the river was pretty rough, but not rough
enough to keep somi of the boys from
rowing up to the landing. As far as
could be learned the fight resulted from
a race in which the tvo boys took part
one night. While running along one of
the boys ran into the buggy on the road
in front of them and smashed it and the
question arose who should stand the pay
ment. There bad been several quarrels
over the affair, but Sunday was the day
when Greek met Gree i. It was a gen
eral go-as-you-please, and bite, chew.
kick and ag was th3 result. The fight
resulted in a draw after twenty-eight
minutes of slugging and chewing.
BASS BALL FIELD.
Manager Hollacher, of the Davenport
Ball club, has comple ted the signing of
players for the season of 198S. The list
of men comprises: Uollacher, Jacobs
and Swift, pitchers; Kippel and Harringt
ton, catchers; 8trotheis. first base; Gess
ner, second base; Fusselback, third
base; Deasley, short stop; Welch, centre
field; Rutcliffe, left field; Hollacher, who
is captain, and Eappel will change in
right field. Davenport has a stronger
nine than at any time list season. Holl
acher, the manager and captain, is a
great favorite among tie Rock Island ad
mirers of the national game. He was
the star pitcher of the team during the
early part of last season.
The Interstate league of 1888 is com
posed of the cities of Davenport, Peoria,
Quincy, Burlington, Eyansville, Spring
field and Bloomtngton .
Kid Browner, the Rook Island pitcher.
is with the Springfield team this year.
Henry Sage, Rock Isl ind's crack catch
er, is to play with the Toledo club of the
International league this season.
Cunningham, the Moline pitcher, may
not play with the Baltiiaorea' this year.
The Battle of th Ballots.
Tho municipal election is progressing
quietly in all the different wards. Up to
noon an exceedingly light vote had been
polled all over the city. Of course it is
impossible to make anything of an accur
ate guess as t the outi ome at thla writ
ing, though indications -tre that the peo
ple of Rock Island have pretty solidly
sat down upon "masbetn" politics. This
opinion is formed whol y from the tan
guine expression of those who are op
posed to the "masbeen" and the desper
ate manner in which the "masbeen" co
horts, Miller and Flemi.ig, are working
down town, and Static rd, Wilcox and
Cary are struggling up town.
The republicans experienced consider
able trouble this morning in getting out
of the way a large number of tickets on
which the wrong iuitit is were printed
for Cooks, republican nominee for jus
tice. The book of this number was
The three lower ward) are polling .a
heavy vote, thla afternoon and this
morning. The number c tst at 2 o clock
being 140 in the First; 213 in the Second
and 199 in the Third. Daniel Corken is,
undoubtedly, elected Ji the Third
while in the First and f econd Mathias
Buncber and David Llun are holding
their own with prospects of success.
At 8 o'clock this aftert oon there were
222 votes in the Fourth vard 193, in the
Fifth, ISO in the Sixth and 188 in the
Boils, pimples, hives, ringworm, tetter
and an otner manuesiaions ui impure
blood are cured by Hood a Sarsaparilla.
The ladies' friend. Pond a Extract. No
household should be witt out it. Book
of directions around each bottle.
Home of the Matters That Keeelved
the Attention ef the Council Lant
At the regular monthly meeting of the
city council last evening, considerable
important business was dispatched not
withstanding that it was the eve of elec
The mayor submitted one of his time
absorbing official documents, it being his
veto of the granite paving ordinance and
will be published in detail in a subse
quent issue of this paper. Aid. Negus
moved that the ordinance be passed the
mayor's objection to .the contrary not
withstandmg.but the motion was balloted
down by a vote of 7 to 6.
Theodore Kelly was allowed $50 for
injuries sustained by falling on one of
Rock Island's rickety sidewalks.
The council allowed a claim of $100
presented by B. H. Remley for the loss of
a horse while bauliag the Phoenix hose
cart to a fire. First expense growing out
of the new attempt to afford a substi
tute for a disciplined fire department.
AN INFAMOUS LIBEL.
The "Maaheen" Makra m Slanderous
Attack Vpon the lemoeratie candi
date for Mayor.
The infamous libel and wholly unwar
ranted attack made by the Union this
morning at the instigation of the "ma
sheen" as a last desperate result upon the
personal character of Mr. Fred Hass, has
been the source of condemnation every
where, and while the imputation is notbs
ing short of a libel upon Mr. Hass. its
tendency has been to make him voles.
Fairminded people look upon it as an
outrage that a represen tative citizen must
have his honor and integrity assailed, as
a last means of a political "masheen"
which has, thus far. entirely failed by
Spring fixtures 12 cents at Taylor's.
Curtain cloth 9 cents a yard at Tay
Room moulding S cents a foot at Tays
Fresh vegetables in the morning at C
C. Truesd ale's.
Miss Mageie Griffin has returned from
her visit to Kansas City.
Mrs. Harry Truesd ale. of Minnesota, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Will sell wall paper and border as low
as any house in the city. Taylor's.
Two pantaloon makers wanted at S.
A. Marschall's, 219 Twentieth street.
D. P. McKown was nominated for po
lice magistrate by the republicans of
Judge Ulenn, who was expected to
have been here today, has been detained
in the spring the yellow crocus
Tells of softer, sunnier days:
In the spring the base hall player
Is the theme of crauklsh praise.
1 be 1'ittsburg went down last night
and the Sidney passed up this afternoon
"first big packets of the season.
Mr. Joaeph Durman, of Warner, Henry
county, was in the city yesterday, and
renewed bis subscription to the Argus,
having been a continuous subscriber to
the paper since its first issue.
Wm. Palensky, of Moline. aged fifty
three, was brought down to St. Luke's
hospital in a dying condition last night
and expired at noon today of throat
The annual congregational meeting of
the Central Presbyterian church will be
held tomorrow evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Reports of the board of trustees and the
various societies of the church, for the
past year, will be read and a new board
of trustees elected.
Hon. E. W. Hurst, the Rick Island
member of the Illinois legislature, has had
new honor conferred upon hftn, indeed
one of the highest compliments that he
has yet received. At a democratic caucus
at the capital recently to prepare a subs
stitute for the general appropriation bill
introduced by the republicans, Mr.' Hurst
was appointed one of a committse of five
to take charge of the substitute on the
floor of house.
Supervisor Campbell has made a re
port to the department of agriculture, in
which he says that the comparative
healtbf ulness of horses in Rock Island
has been 90 per cent the past year. Dis
temper Is prevalent, in a mild form? Not
more than twenty horses in every thou
sand have died from disease within the
year. The comparative condition of
cattle, Mr. Campbell reports at 100 per
cent, with no diseases prevalent. The
comparative condition of swine he re
ports at 100 per cent, with fifty out of
every 1,000 having died within the past
year. Hogs though are suffering from a
cough, supposed to be lung trouble.
Mr. Campbell makes the following re
marks about grain :
"There is so little winter grain raised
in this county that my correspondents
fail to notice any report, worth mention
ing; therefore, I have made no report.
Very little snow all winter . The ground
is very dry. Farmers have commenced
plowing and sowing oats. Stock of all
kinds is in a flourishing condition."
The Election In Chicago.
Chicago. April 2. It if a fair day.
The indications favor a large vote and
much scratching. McConnell seems to be
leading for judge, many republicans bes
lleving the non-partisan judicial agree
ment applies to this election . Roche and
Cregier are neck and neck for mayor at
this hour. Great efforts are being made
for and against Williams, candidate for
assessor. In West Chicago many small
rows have occurred, but no serious dis
turbances. Vlsltlnc JBUhepa.
Bishop Walker, of North Dakota,
will address the congregation at Trinity
church tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. Bishop John P. Newman, D. D.,
will preach in the First Methodist Epis
copal church tomorrow evening., Be
comes to visit with Mr. Gue, who extends
a, cordial invitation to everybody in the
city to hear the newly elected bishop.
- A restaurant at West Chester. Pa., an-
n ounces Imported! frogs from Europe.
THE MONTHLY MEETING.
What the City Fathers Did Last
Offielal Report of the Pioeeedlnsjs
Matters of Importance Acted Fpon
(Official Report. 1
City Council Room, Rock Island.
April 1. The council met in regular
semi-monthly session at 8 p. m. Present
the mayor and all the aldermen except
Alderman Winter. The minutes of the
last meeting were read and approved.
Officers' reports for March were read
and ordered placed on file.
The mayor submitted a message veto
ing the ordinance ordering the paving of
a certain portion of Second avenue
with granite blocks by special taxa
tion. Alderman Negus moved that the
ordinance be passed, the mayor's ob
jections to the contrary notwithstand
Ayes Gray, Negus, Schnell, Evans.
Edwards, Scott 6.
Noes Howard, Sehaffer, Hampton,
111, Simmon, McConochie, Williamson
The mayor read the following or
der, which was made a part of the
Mayor's ofllco. city of Rock Island, 111., Monday.
April 1, IMS.
John Brennan, Esq , city marshal:
Dear Sir: You are hereby directed to
instruct the entire police force of the city
to be vigilant and active in enforcing the
laws of the state and the ordinances of
the city on April 2. 1889.- the day of
the city and township election in rela
tion to the closing of saloons, and all
phces where spiritods, vinous and malt
iiquors are kept and offered for sale,
during the hours of said election, and to
arrest all persons found violating said
Ihwh and ordinances.
You will distribute your policemen
throughout the several wards of the city,
in such muniier as you may deem best
calculated to promote the intent and
purpose of this order, and will instruct
them to wholly abstain from acting as
workers or solicitors of votes, at the
polls, and to participate in the election
to no further extent than to personally
exercise their right to vote, and to pre
serve the public peace in manner and
form as required by law.
Give this order your careful and
V. M. BLANDrNO. Mayor.
Aldorman Howard reported favorably
the claim of Theodore Kelly of $50 dam
ag-R for a sidewalk accident. The re
port was received and the claim allowed,
at $50 in full, on motion of Alderman
Edwards by unanimous vote.
Alderman Howard presented a bill of
B. H. Remley for f 100 for a horse dis
abled by the Phoenix Hose company. A
motion of Alderman Edwards to refer to
the committee on claims was defeated and
the rules were suspended and the bill
allowed, ayes 12, noes (Edwards )
Alderman Hampton, from the license
committee reported an ordinance to
amend the salary of mayor by making the
compensation $1,200 a year. Referred to
the ordinance committee.
Alderman Simmon, from the commit
tee on finance reported an ordinance, al
lowing bills from the various funds. An
item of $100 to Fire Chief Baker was
stricken from the ordinance and it was
adopted by unanimous vote as follows:
Labor Pay Roll March 15 March SO
W E Voung fc 60 30 00
James Slater 9 75 8 62
Hen Hedloker Sift 4 50
Tim bextnn 35 4 50
Mich Hliell 8 75 1) L"r
John Eblers d 76 d it
H Hunl S (HI
John Murray 3 00
Wm HandHhaw a 0(1
Pat Kivelin..: 8 87
Pat O Hearne 55
Wru Mumu 4 3
John Corcoran 0 55
11 KlchardH 6 75
James Campbell 8 Oil
Jacob Dies S .5
H Stuntou 6 0o
Tbos Fuller 1 5'"
Wiu Thompson S 05
John Roonejr tt 75
l'at Noonan S
John Jamieaon 5 05
John Condon 75
Pat Maguire S 75
John Keexe S as
Tbos Renders 5 05
Pat McGeev 4 CO
las Hilay 4 511
E Grett 4 50
John Curnyu 1 50
O'lo Khler 1 50
John Couw;iy 8 Ou
M III 3 UU
L H Dudley 4 60
J Johuiton No 2 4 50
J Johnxon No 1 4 50
Henry Elfert 5 50
Gust Johnson 8 00
Rich Peuders S 00
Louil Thompson 8 00
Henry Oasso 8 00
- i 50
Andrew Berg 8 00
Caspar Mantel 1 50
b Oberataller 1 oo
Grant Hart 4 ro
Tcos oung 4 50
John Gitt 7 50
Jas Kdirar la oo
S O'Connor 10 50
Jas Kinney 1 50
John Sbehan V 00
Wm Fereusun l no
Lather Schneider 4 50
Wm Thomas 10 5 J
f hrist Thomas 1 50
Theo Holdorf 00
Geo Hetter tt 50
Wm Kraeger. t 00
Burt Hemley va
Wm Ferasl 0 00
JohnBurtu 0 Ul
- Bradahaw 8 00
John Brown 8 00
Dan Daly 80 oo
Wm Ferguson 18 00
John Klenuer 8 75
C H Buck... 10 50
JohnShehan 6 S5
Jas Kinney 4 50
P Busnnow 00
SyConwell 4 50
Wm O'Brien 40
PatBrogan 10 80
John Conway 6 00
D W Kelly 75
Tbos Fahey. 8 48
James Kel.y 8 S5
C Baker 5 OA
John Condou S 75
Chas Brown 4 SO
Jas Mahoney 5 X5
fat Alaeuire l &o
Wm Murrin K 5
Mich Cougblin .. 5 00
Wm Thompson 8 00
John Kcsmey s 4U
WmBandrhaw 1 50
Jas McKeever 4 50
hobt Hurd 1 to
Wm Helon 1 50
John Reese 8 00
Pat Kivelin 5 05
Jaa Slater TO
Wm Ryan 8 oo
John Murray 05
C Moeller 1 50
Warren Reynolds.... 4 50
H Doughlin "
Andrew Larson 5 S5
8 Cunningham 4 40
Nelson 'lowell w
J Bush 4 50
Thos Butler 4 50
Jas Appleby 4 50
B A Braener e w
Mich Conwell 4 50
C Cola 4 50
John Baker 8 00
Wm Doyle 8 00
J M Wilson 4 50
Jas Campbell 4 oo
Jas Ryan 4 50
John Farley 4 60
John Kennedy 8 00
Chas Mesner 8 00
GeoNoka 8 00
Con Bresnaban 8 00
Fred Groaa 1 00
Martla O'ConneU .... 1 50
POlsen. 8 00
A Head burg
C P Oaatafson
Dan Kane '
Geo Greimes. ....... .
AngRandt 18 00
W B Hill 18 50
Jas McOuaid 87 40
Christ Simmon 8 00
Clothing allownc. 62 60 H L Baker 80 00
John Brennan.... 75 00 WmMCartby 60 00
h Kramer 58 83 M H Sexton 45 OO
P J Carr 60 00 Emil Cthoff 8 80
Frank Heenan. .. 50 00 C T Telephone Co. 9 75
Geo Long SO 01 John Brennan....
John Schaab 50 00 Geo H Simmon...
Geo Hetter 50 00 R I Gas Co
J M Sullivan 50 00
EGFrarer 8 00 RI Argun ,
JB Ellis 8 65 Wm Rggleston...
L V Eckhart 3 00 O A Barnhart
City Clerk 8 60 R I Gas Co.
R I Argus
9 C P ummer Sr.. 68 85 c L Remley
Robt Koehler.... 17 30
Fl RE ACCOFNT.
James Hardin 50 On Cable Hose Co...
Franklin Hose Co 50 00 Holly
Pbwmx 50 00 Davis & Co
Wideawak 50 00 M Kinner
Rescue " 50 00 W J Kerr
V M B'aridintr....l85 00 C W Negus
Robert Koehler.. 100 00 B Winter
K P Kevnolds.... 66 67 Frank 111
Wm McKniry.... 50 00 Math Schnell
W L Sweeney.... 45 00 Chas B Evans
. 60 00
Wm Epgleston... 45 00 Geo H Simmon..
W W Eggleston. . . 8 83 Wm Kdwards...
Winslow Howard 80 (fl Wm McConochie
H C Schafer 97 00 W W Scott
A H Hampton.... S9 fO A W Williamson
nm bray so oo
.. 5 00
R I Brush Electric Light Co 493 57
CVMinlng Co... 6 30 John Volk ft Co... 8 00
K i u a. Jtt Co.. .. 9 45 CSpetde 35
WATER WORKS DEPARTMENT.
John A Murrin. ...100 00 Nat Tube Wks Co 63 00
W H Pierce 73 50 Davis Co 19 14
John Meehan.... 72 50 Hugh Murray 18 5
John Kiteon so 00 D A Stuart & Co.. 12 85
Andrew Brady... 60 00 P B L!me Assn.... 10 50
W H Pierce 8 40 Ho hi Koehler 1 no
John Meehan.... 1 80c It 1 Jk P R R 8 27
Louis Schmith.... a On Adams Express Co 2 10
Wm Morris 7 85 V 8 Express Co... 2
M Bresman 82 5 I Am Ernrcin (!n lis
Wm Trefr. MWlrnnrk RaU'n 8 0.
Geo H Mminon. . . 25 Wm Trerr. 2 00
J B Clow A S u.. 83 75 A Bradv 8 75
arnnra Oil Co . 3-H 80 C V Mining C0....IK8 35
Williams, W Co 02 38 R I Gas Co 157 00
Contingent .... l.tjril 09 Ileahh 71 95
Pol'ce 073 95 Salary 917 04
Office, etc till 85 Waterworks .... 1.183 40
Printing KI5 iLiuht 41U 57
Fire 4S1 10 Swer 17 10
Grand toml $5,M8 11
Various other hills were ref(rreJ a.1
the following werp allowed: Moline Wator
Power company. 90.72; Shallb. r &
Tropp. $259.10; B. Duvfuport, $18 74;
W. T. Kerr. $5; Rook Island Lumber
company. 8 70; Stewart & Monts
Koniery, $10 511; VTeyerhaustr & Denk
The tax bill of the collector of Souih
Rock Island township was ordered laid
on the tatde.
A bill of the Brush Electric Light Oo.
for $20 for two extra lights for March
was read, and Manager J. R. Johnston,
addressed the council. Referred to the
committee on Are and lights.
Alderman llliamson. from the com
mittee on ordinances, reported en ordin
ance taxing insurance companies, which
was adopted, 12 to 2 (Negus, Evans.)
Adjourned to next Friday evening.
Robert Eoebxer, City Clerk.
Bids for each branch of work on brick
ware houses of the Deere Plow Works
will be received at my office up to 4:30
p.m., Friday, April 5.
D. 8. Schureman,
Architect. Rock Island .
The fine residence on bluff in South
Rock Island, known as the Field place,
with eight acres of ground, plenty of
fruit, good house and barn for rentcap
to good tenant. II. J. Lowrev.
The delicious fragrance, refreshing
coolness and soft beauty imparted to the
skin by Pozr.oni's Powder, commends it
to all ladies.
Wednesday Evening, April 3.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dunce.
CHAS. Bt-Et KR.
Room and Pictdkk
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
Brownson the Hatter,
SPRING STYLES "
Second and Main street,
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6&
and 7 per cent to investor.
Interest Collected without
Every -effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details.
t- ria5fit4Ttiri DAVCrlPoaT Iff.
Superb line of dress
goods for spring
wear in many new
have never been
Prices on White
Goods seem to have
Look through the
department; we will
save you money.
We have uever
been able to show
2 cents per yard
Hock Island, Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
jfcl M Hi it U
S. A Ml lirS-
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEMANN & ESALZMANN.
They bay direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealeis' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
J. B. ZIMMER
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 PKIOES AEE LOW.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
IB I IT TT IE JS !
$1.60 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
BOOTS and SHOES
Childiens' Shoes - - 10, 15, 25 and 50 'cents.
Childrens' H. C. School shoes, - - 85c and $1.00
Misses best School shoes, - - $1.25
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 Tamed shoes, - $2.75
Mens' solid Working shoes, - - - - $1.00
Mens' Congress, Buttons and Bals, - $1.50 and $2.00
all Other goods in proportion. .
tWl will guarantee better good and lower price than Any other firm in the
three citiei or refund money.'
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929. Fifth Avenue.
INFANTS' LACE CAPS.
Place on sale on Monday morning a large assortment of
Ladies' White Aprons.
Late designs, beginning at 25 cents. Choice assortment at
35c. 37c, 43c, 00c and up to finer grades. Simply a waste of
time for you to make your aprons when you can buy at
Splendid assortment of children's Lace Caps and Bonnets in
new spring effects. You can buy a handsome cap at 94 eta,
others at 27c, 35c, 49c and up.
The prices quoted on the above mentioned good give no
adequate idea of their real value. Buying these goods direct
from New York manuficturera, we save the middleman'
profit, which goes to the customer that means you, if
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
GEO. SCHNEIDER. Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Avenue.
PIONEER SHOE STORE,
1718 Second Avenue.