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THE BOCK ISTiAVD ABGU8; MONDAY, MAY 6, 1889.
Curtain Sale !
. THIS WEEK.
lRjE BROS-i otter tba following
mS coSciag Monday A. M.
"I? "'stripe curtain scrims 6Jc a yard.
F .y,r S cnvMcurtins69c a pair.
TiaC1 nn lace curtains (lace all hand
l,;,t'1 t ' 7.5 worth fll.OO; at
nrlh "'' .h 1 3.00. The new medicl
. .-J nil lmn.luia.le) at 10.00 worth
1 Bf' . .( 2 worth f 17.5(1: at $13.00
. jT. i .... -rnrlh i?0 00.
' ..... ...r Nee mrl-ins at
. . t IUI anrlh U fW
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VI . 7 75 worth fll.OU; IMotlin
Dd b. h Dir. otlirrs ask
i. ci risi"- - - .. . j
. -- ...rtxIMS
l" ' . "... ftt HO
In 8.1 (M) iur
.nidi you cannot march for 30 par
K -."ney. Wnt.e Madr.a cur
. . os h nair.
HHi lur lurwJ v -
Tii newft fixations
a-.:.- and !"
curiaius, silk and
rtifniHe portieres all styles, colors and j
1 1 ..... 1 unl humn n rm nriua I
L.-h below inul prices.
, . .lnut and cberrr curtain poles to those buy
pl ainui h p , wlth D)ce h
; , l (To cnmnlete. Picture bangers. (4 yds
cVJ,,"n.lr.ciirllnBallaud .crew eyes) .11
Entire the specials on certain days and
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1732 Second Avenuk. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
P3 ; Browns 3 cents.
P Micas 4 cents.
H Gilts 4J cents.
0 J"Decorated Window Shades with spring fix-
tures complete ready to hang, 88 cents.
1705 Secend Avenne.
VI NN EDGE'S-
Dry Goods Store
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
W imve decided to go out of the Dry Goods business and to close
oat or eruire stoek of Dry Goods and Notions, not excepting any-ini-'
in t!ie store. This unexpected announcement is due to a change
io iiif Imiiimkok plans of the firm, and although it may oppear un
retr.iiitl,le iu so after being Lero so short a time, still we feel justi-
ui milking the change. We aball commence our sale on Wednes
vmnrning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
"'"e and mark goods over. Everything will be mnrked down leaving
old marks on the tickets to show what reduction is made. We
wtto close our stock out at once and if prices will do it the goods
;:,V'. As is well known our stock is all new and it will not be like
cioit)K out an old stoek. This will give the people of Davenport and
Acuity a chance to buy goods as they have never done before and
"o- is do humbug about. We mean a great slaughtar of new stock.
Efcry piece of goods in the store will suSer and you will only have to
cone in and se it to be convinced. Id tomorrow's papers we shall
announce our prices and the line of goods which shall be given atten
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and. Lowest prices.
Flannel and Fancy Striped Negligee-
For boys and men will be on sale Mon
day and while they last at
25 cents and 32 cents-
Gents' fine Tennis shirts at 44c; others
ask 75c to $1.00 for less desirable pat
terns; mixed flannel Negligee shirts very
stylish and nice at 04c, worth 91.25 any
wuere; boys blue nannei jitcycle. and
Negligee shirts reduced from $1.03 to
63c for this sale only; gents' fine white
U-innel Tennis shirts cheap at $2 25, for
this sale 91 03. About 15 other styles
mens and boys fancy shirts which we
cannot quote but will be offered in this
sale away belowlvalee.
for Tuesday A. M. at 9 o'clock will be
placed on sale promptly 800 yards mills
at 4Jc, regular 20c quality, all short
lengths from 1 to 7i yards. We reserve
the rignt t0 irnlt quantity to customers
A. M. we shall place on sale a big job in
chlldrens black ingrain hose, run regU'
lar made at 1 lc for sizes 6, 6 and 7, and
12c for sizes 7 8 and 8$; none after this
tat is closed; none to otuer dealers
govern yourselves accordingly
VINNEDGE & CO.
GREAT GUNS ARRIVE.
Rock Island Arsenal Officially In
Secretary 0f War Prottor, Bm, Scha
fleld, AJu tien. Urntn a Other
Distinct lahed Offleiala an Officers)
a the Inland A Kreepiloa Teatsht
at the Ilnrprr.
A distinguished party of officers and
officials connected with the United States
Army arrived from Chicago by special
train this n orning. Maj . McGinnis, act
ing commandant at the Rock Island
arsenal, mil the train at the depot,
boarded it and had it switched up on to the
island, and when the great guns of the
army got their eyes open they found
themselves smid the scenes of the great'
est arsenal in the world. The party is
composed of Secretary of War Redfleld
Proctor, Ms or General J. M. Schofleld,
Adjutant General Tt. C. Drum, General
George Crook, General Williams, Col.
Barr, depu'.y judge advocate general at
Washington, Lieutenants C. B. Scbo
field, F. H. Bliss and Private Secretary
Partridge. There is nothing of import
ance attached to the trip, except that the
secrerary of war is accompanied by more
prominent army officers than is custo
It is a tour that is always made by each
secretary of war soon after entering upon
his duties. Gen. Schofleld has nothing
particularly to say about the trip. To a
reporter he remarked :
"I am here on my way to Leaven
worth, Kan. It is the dnty of the com
mission of the Leavenworth military
prison to visit it once in six months, and
it is usual for the secretary of war to
make such a visit and inspect the prison
soon after hit induction into office. Four
years ago S ecretary Endicott made the
trip, and befc re him Mr. Lincoln sccomo
panied the commission, the secretary of
war being ex -officio a member of the
commission. From Rock Island, we will
go to Leaver worth, Kan., then to Fort
Riley, Kan., Fort Logan, at Denver, Fort
Russell, at Cl.eyenne, Omaha, and pos
sibly Fort Sn filing. Then back to Chi
cago and stay one day to inspect Camp
Sheridan. At nearly all of the places I
have named sime improvements are being
made, and tb;y will have to be inspected.
That is all there is to the trip."
"Bythewty, it may be of interest to
know that General Drum is making bis
last official tr p, as he will retire from the
army May 28. He has been in service
now for over forty-two years. That's all
I can tell you."
When Secretary Proctor and party
emerged from their car this morning the
salute of seventeen guns for the secretary
of war was fired. The officers have been
busy all day inspecting the arsenal, giv
ing particular attention to the improve
ments at the vater power dam and ex
amining caref illy the plans and specifi
cations for th'i same.
This mornicg Congressman Gest and
Post Surgeon Craig drove over to the
commandant's quarters and Mr. Gest had
a lengthy inteiyiew with Secretary Proc
tor, during which he extended an invita
tion to hold a reception at the Harper
house this evening. This was accepted
and the hour Cxed at 7 o'clock. An in
vitation from Howard Wells to attend
the May festiv tl tonight was also ac
The Probable Appointee for Munici
pal Offleea by the tw Admlnlalra
tlon Foreruat of Touljiht'a Work.
Mayor-elect McConochie and all of the
new aldermen, both democratic and re
publican, had a conference at the council
chamber yesterlay afternoon pursuant to
Mr. McConochia's request, and the follow
ing slate was agreed upon, to be pre
sented at tonight's council meeting:
Superintendtnt of Waterworks John
Health Commissioner Dr. G. L. Eys
ter. Weigh master Wm. Eggleston.
Bridge Tendir W. L. Sweeney.
Overseer of Poor Chas. Engel.
City Marshal Phil Miller; Deputy
Marshal Geo. Long.
The appointee for street commissioner
has not yet been fully decided upon and
lies between H. M. McCarthy and H. C.
Harris. As to the police force, several
changes will Ik- made, it being settled
that John Irennan and Lawrence
Kramer are to be retained as
policemen, while Officers Hatter, Cary,
Schaab and perhaps McCarthy will
remain undisturbed.as will Desk Sergeant
M. A. Barn1 Hartal.
At 2:30 yesterday afternoon occurred
the funeral of the late M. A. Barns.
Services were held in the First M. E.
church at 2:30, which were largely at
tended, Rev. G . W. Gue preaching an
impressive discourse. .The floral tributes
were numerous and very beautiful. The
pall bearers we -e from Trio Lodge, A. F.
& A. M , of wlich the deceased was a
member. Tbey were: H. W. Haislip,
E. P. Pineo, D iniel Clark, G. J. Demp
sev. E.Beck and J. Stillwell. At the
grave the Haso lie fraternity conducted
E. H. Guyer lias been busy today clr
culating a petit on among Second avenue
DroDertv holderi to be presented to the
council tonight, urging them to endorse
brick as a paving material, and has met
with results quite satisfactory to himself.
In the face of the fact that the report of
the council's orn committee has not yet
expressed its ptsference after making an
investigation at the instigation of the
friends of brick this action is not either
very courteous to the committee or com
plimentary to the council.
Martin Ruidj was fined $3 and costs
by Magistrate Wivill for defaming the
character of John Farley.
Chas. Allen and Jamea McFarland
plaad guilty to larceny in the county
court, and were fined f 15 and costs each.
Not in years, it Is said, has the price of
live best caiue oeen to tow as at present
THE MAY FESTIVAL
Auspicious Opening of the 31. E.
Uay Mceaes at the stock Island Rink
The Booth and Other Attrae
iloae-The Baby HhowThe Wed
The grand May festival given by the
ladies of the First M. E. church for the
purpose of securing funds to aid in the
erection of the new house of worship,
the plans of which, together with a view
the proposed building, have been
given in the Abgcs, opened at 2:40 this
afternoon. The booths were looking
their prettiest and there was a large ats
tendance present. Across the entire west
end of the hall a finely arranged stage
has been erected. On the north side of
the hall next to the stage is the married
ladies' fancy booth, where will be exhib
ited a nice assortment of fancy Roods
each day. Here, too is the elegant sliver
service donated by Will. R. Johnson, and
among other very pretty things the auto
graph quilt on which are worked 105 au
tographs, including those of the nation's
greatest names in statesmanship, theolo
gy, politics, literature, poetry, finance,
etc. Amone them arc:
President Beni. Harriann
Jos. W. Fifer. Harriet B. Stowe, Secre
tary Redfleld Proctor, Gon. Scofield.
Geo. Bancroft, Levi P. Morton, Secretary
Noble, O. O. Howard, Edwin Booth,
Lawrence Barrett. P. M Anhnr va
ward Everett Hale, John B. Hawley.
Chief Justice Fuller, Mary A. Liver
more. John G. Whittier. Franria Will.
ard, Amelie Rives, Robert Collier, T. F.
Bayard Gen. Lew Wallace, H. W. Long
fellow, etc. Mrs. M. T. Stafford has
secured the names of Pranidnnt n rrtar.n
and the cabinet officers, from which she
is preparing a banner similarly designed.
The ladies havn nlrnitritr hcon
$100 for the quilt, but expect to realize
several umes mat amount
Next to this is the G. A. R. booth, the
carpet booth, then the wagon presented
by the Moline Wagon company, the plow
presented by Deere & Co., the museum
in charge of Capt. Bracken, and over on
the other Bide the ice cream booth, the
apron booth, the young ladies' fancy and
doll booth where the "Ten Times One
Are Ten" societies are at work, and the
gypsy tent, while in the centre is the
corn palace, the beautiful structure here
tofore described and which is alone worth
the price of admission to see.
This afternoon the baby show is in
rogress. Thirty-five darlings all the
prettiest are competing for the gold
watches. The judges are diligently dis
charging their task, notwithstanding that
the decision it likely to be greatly dis
puted by several proud mothers.
The watch was awarded Lillian Os
wald, Horace Gould being declared sec
ond best and Willis Whitfield third.
Tonight at 8:30 occurrs the wedding,
the elegant parlor suite presented by
Clemann & Salzmann to be given to the
couple first making application- Mr.
Oscar Ramser and Miss Blanche V. Ruby
will constitute the bridal couple, Rev.
Gue performing the ceremony. Secre
tary Proctor will probably be a guest.
BISHOP BURGESS' VISIT.
An Eloquent orrraon and a Large
Claaa Confirmed at Trinity Church
Bishop Burgess, of the Quincy diocese.
made hia annual visit to the parish of
Trinity yesterday for the purpose of ad
ministering the rite of confirmation. In
the evening there was a very large con
gregation present, when Bishop Burgess
preached an eloquent and interesting ser
mon from Matthew 21: 28, 29, 30:
A certain man had two ons. and he came to the
Brat and Mid, Hon, go to work today in my vine
yard. lie answered ana aia, l will not; arterward be
repented and went. .
And be came to the oecond, and said likewise.
And b answered and laid, 1 go ir, and went
The bishop likened this parable to the
labor of the parish rector to get people to
present themselves for confirmation.
Some refused, not perhaps as pointedly
and as roughly as the first person in the
parable, but simply declined under some
pretense or excuse, and bis answer to the
entreaty of the rector was therefore the
same in reality and meaning. There are
many children raised to the age of un
derstanding, the bishop said, among the
most immoral and degrading surround
ings, where the name of Jesus is only
heard in profanity, who, when asked in
the language of the scripture, "Why
stand ye here idle," would be able te
answer "Because no one has hired us,"
an excuse which would probably be acs
cepted when presented to the throne on
high; but such an excuse would not an
swer from those who had been asked
into the vineyard to work, who had been
given appointments to learn of the
goodness and wisdom of God, and for
whom there was no excuse for standing
about idle when there were so many
chances and so many invitations to go
into the vineyard and work.
Alluding to the answer of the second,
"I go, sir," the bishop said this was the
right response when the call to duty was
made "aye sir" or "I am here sir."
There should be no putting off, under
such circumstances, no trusting to the
future which is not ours, for what ought
to be done today, when we have the op
portunity and the privilege. We should,
therefore, accept the invitation, and not
stand about idle when we should be at
work in the vineyard of the Lord.
Bat there are those, as according to
the scriptural passage, who promise to go
te work but go not. There are those in
the church, the bishop said, who are
hypocrites, but these were not the ma
jority of chureh members they consti
tute the exception, and the majority of
those who accepted the invitation to
work in the vineyard went and worked,
that their labors might be acceptable in
the sight of the Lord.
After the sermon Bishop Burgesa con
firmed a class of seventeen, the young
ladies being dressed in white with con
Peculiar in medicinal merit and won
derful cures Hood's Sarsaparilla. . Now
is the time to take it, for now it will do
the moat good.
50 cents a pair.
60 cents a pair.
Get wall paper at Taylor's.
Kid glove sale at Mclntire Bros.
Have pictures framed at Taylor's.
Kid glove week at Mclntire Bros.
Boys' yelocipedes at Crampton's.
Curtain sale this week at McCabe's.
The new council takes bold tonight.
50 cents a pair, in a few days at the M
"A Cold Dsy" at Harper's theatre to
At the M. & K. in a few days 50
cents a pair.
White goods largest assortment at
Curtains with best spring fixtures 35
cents at Taylor's.
John Rhodenbaugh, of Swedona, was
in the city today.
The greatest curtain sale of the period
this week at McCabe Bros.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in wall
paper at banging at Crampton's.
Those beautiful gilt and nickle bhade
bars are all the go at Crampton's.
Curtain poles 4 cents; fancy curtain
scrims 5 cents, at McCabe Bros.
You can get a complete set of lawn
croquet for 75 cents, at Crampton's.
G. H. Robinson and bride arrived at
the Harper this morning from St. Louis,
Fifty cents a pair wonder kid gloves,
4-button, embroidered back, at Mclntire
Fancy stripe canvas curtains 69 cents,
worth $1 a pair. at McCabe Bros, curtain
sale this week.
50 cents a pair for ladies' kid and goat
button shoes, which will be ready for sale
in a few days.
Fancy stripe tennis shirts for boys and
men, 25 and 32 cents, while they last, at
McCabe Bros, shirt sale.
Children's carriages at a great discount
at the factory salesrooms, corner of First
avenue and Sixteenth street.
Boys' blue flannel bicycle and tennis
shirts reduced from $1 to 88 cents, for
this week's sale, at McCabe Bros.
Eighty-eight rents the Paris kid
gloves at Mclntire Bros. Five-hook, em
broidered tiack. Beats them all.
Buy your baby a carriage, which you
can buy so cheap at the factory, corner
of First avenue and Sixteenth street.
Call and see a new lot of pictures in
artistic frames, just the thing for a wed
ding present. Prices low at Crampton's.
Gentlemen's fine striped tennis shirts
44 cents at McCabe Bros. Others ask 75
cents and $1 for less fashionable styles.
There is a change in the firm of M. &.
E. The cause is a death which occurred
n a barber's chair. Eli has discarded
In a few days the M. & E. will re
ceive 1,000 pairs of ladies' kid and goat
button shoes which they will place on
sale at 50 cents a pair.
Fish net Brussels, Brussels stripe, and
an elegant assortment of other desirable
black silk nets and flouncings this week
at Mclntire Bros.
75 cents the Entre Nous kid gloves at
Mclntire Bros. 4 button, embroidered
back. Compare with gloves you have
been paying $1 for.
Chas. Eammerer, of 413 Tenth street.
has some fine specimens of the Houdan
and brown and black Leghorn breeds of
fancy game chickens,
Those elegant hand made, pure linen
Medici and antique lace curtains at Mc
Cabe Bros', will make a great stir at the
prices quoted for this week.
Those buying curtains this week at
McCabe Bros', can buy cherry or walnut
poles at 4 cents each and with five brass
trimmings at 17 cents apiece.
The May Brettone company, which
played at Harper's theatre all last week,
is stranded at the Rock Inland house,
with baggage and other property at
V atcu the clock tomorrow a. m. at
9 o'clock. Regular 20 cent challies,
remnants from the mill, lengths from 1 to
7$ yards at 4 cents a yaid at McCabe
D. S. Scbureman, the architect, has re
ceived from Cincinnati a lot of engrav
ings of the present and proposed new M.
E. church, which will be exhibited for
sale at the fair.
Six per cent loans by the Rock Island
Mutual Building, Loan and Savings asso
ciation Tuesday evening. May 7, 1889.
Premiums 18 to 20 per cent. Stock in
the twenty-eighth series.
The May Bretonne company closed its
engagement at Harper's theatre Saturday
night, repeating "My Angel." The num
ber claiming the bed room set was 812,
held by O. II. Low all. a traveling man.
Judge Pleasants convened the May
term of the circuit court this afternoon,
Judge Smith being detained by illness.
Jem Ross pleaded guilty to larceny and
was sentenced to two days in jail and
court was adjourned for one week.
Embroideries Mclntire Bros, believe
they can say without boasting that they
show the largest as sortment of fine work
embroideries in the three cities. Good
goods are so low priced this season that
it is simply folly to buy low grade stuff.
Chas. Hardin died at ' his mother's
house, Second avenue and Seventh street,
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon of quick
consumption. He was thirty-six years
of age, and was born and reared in Rock
Island. He was a painter by trade. The
funeral occurred this afternoon.
Mail Agent W. D. Brown, of Racine,
who was running between that city and
Rock Island on the C, M. & St. P. a
year ago last February, when ontbe first
day of the great Burlington locomotive
strike a collision occurred between C, B,
& Q. and C. M. and St. P. trains at Ful
ton Junction, has brought suit against
the former for f 5,000 for damages therein
Only about three weeks remai n to de
cide on and carry out a programme for
Memorial day. For years it hat been
the custom or the people or Daven port.
Rock Island and Moline to observe this
anniversary, but year by year the observs
ance has been growing lesa general,
though it has never been neglected. Of
all the days Americans hold dear on ac
count of its memories Decoration day is
certainly the one that ought to appeal
strongest to the feelings. Davenport
Chief Baker has made out his annual
report for the Rock Island fire depart
ment. It shows that the past year wit
nessed heavier losses than any since
1880, the total being $25,000. There
were 22 alarms, only 3 of which were
false. A paid department would have
cut those figures down at least 120,000.
Rock Island bids fair to have quite an
exoduB to Europe this summer. This even-
ing.Mrs. Lothar Harms and children leave
for Chicago, where they will be joined by
Dr. Harms, of that city, and start on a
trip to Getmany. The latter part of this
month Mr. and Mrs. John Sauerman
will make a tour abroad. Wm. See-
burger leaves for Germany on the next
trip of the steamer Augusta-Victoria of
the Hamburg-American Packet company.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ohlweiler and daugh
ter and Miss Dora Hanpt, of Coal Valley,
sail on the 23d for Gcrmsny. In July
Mr. J. M. Buford and the Cable children
of Chicago, and Mr, P. L. Mitchell and
daughters sail for Europe.
I hereby desire to publicly express mv
grateful acknowledgment at all the ten
der and sympathetic offices shown me by
neighbors and friends and by the Masons
at the time of the death of my husband,
C. A. Stckl, - Mantger.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
MONDAY EVE., MAY 6.
Lay tx)w ! Liy Low ! Special engagement of
- Great Musical Extravaganza,
-A Cold Day-
Inclna'ng a strong company of Singing Come
dians, Introducing all the Utest successes
from tbe New York ooveltia.
You will Laugh!
Don't tni9S it!
Special This enmnanv ritrrlp. ,npM.l
for thin entire production.
usnm price, ifesrrvcd Beat now on eale at
Clemann & Sttlzmann'B.
Cuab. A. Steel, - Manager.
FRIDAY, MAY lOtli.
Positively ihe only appearancis this Sea
son, of Mr. Acoustin Daly's great
est of all Comedies,
-A Night on-
with the splendid New York cast direct
from DkIj's Theatre.
THE COMEDY SUCCESS-
of two continents.
SECCKK YOUR SEATS NOW.
PHCE8-76. 50 and S3 cant: .P.t. ..1. .t
Clemann A galzmann'e .
Thursday and Friday,
May 8, 9 and 10.
Qame called at 8:00 p. m.
Saturday Evening, May lith.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
CHAS. BLEI ER.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
TJnder Bock Island Bobs.
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6J
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or writ for details.
:Prices G-raduaUy Moving Downward:
DRESS braids, good quality 2c.
GOFFS dress braids 4c.
BRASS pins (not adamantine) 2c.
FELT. 2 vards wide, best oualitv. fita
TURKEY red cotton floss, font nnl.
ity, lc per skein, none to other dealers.
ARMANT triple extracts, 20c per
ounce. Bring your bottles.
EMBROIDERY silk. best, on spools.
two for lc.
LINEN thread, best, 6c per spool.
ARM ANTS toilet waters. 4 nz twit tip.
25c. 8 oz bottle 60.
Bottom Prices guaranteed in all Departments.
Eock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock!
. . JllL: fell
&! jail 53 ?S; li s
frinsi H -35 wa SrO Sr S I $J
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 Seeond Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St.. under Commercial
3sTPirst-claM Inmrasce at lowest rate.
Tbe following are among
A No. 1 corner property on Third avenue at a
A nice new two itonr residence with larse lot.
Id good neighborhood, on Twenty-fourth t., cheap
A nice brick residence, with a 1 modern im
provements, large grounds, on Sim ttieet, for
sale cheap on easy term.
Two story dwelling, six rooms, pood we'l, cis
tern and ctllar, large barn, H acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick bouse with a large lot for $2,000,
convenient to npper depot and sawmill.
Large brick house, well located, on Fourth
avenue, lot 80 160, for rale cheap.
House, barn, with over four acres, on the bluff
for sale cheap.
A small dwellne. lot 60 feet front, e od loca
tion, for sale at Stt&O on easy term.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
IB 31 IT TlT IE 1HL S!
$1.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you iee our bargains.
Ladie sand Genta Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
3L7Call and see ns. .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Sacond Atanua.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, ; PIONEER 8HOE STORE,
" 2939 Fifth Atmum. 1713 Becond ATnttsV
NEW black lace Bouncings.
SATINES. challies, lawns, lawn tennis
OXIDISED hairpins, 10.
SEWING silk, best 100 yard silk, 6c
BUTTON hole twist, best, lc per
NEW HXanrlmnnt )1ar.tr oillr !a mr-mrt
and plush flchues.
FANS the latest in Japanese and
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the many bargains offered:
Two houses on lot, H)xlH. well located, on
Moline aveune a money making Investment.
A two story house of nine room and a one
story bouse f Sre rooms, on the umu lot, be
tween Four: h and Fifth ar nue, on Twenty-first
StOO wl'il bur a house and lot on First avenue
near the "" depot,
ll.SnO will buy a good bouse of six rooms in
one of the beat neighborhoods on Nineteenth st.
f 1,000 will bay a neat house on Twentieth at.
Two honses and lot 40x150, c -d are.
Some of tbe best lota in Dou, idlUon oa
A good lot on the bluff In Roi n's divis
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