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THE BOCK IfiTJOm WEDNESDAY, MAY 15; 1889.
1,1 new interest to our ribbon
T we w 11, on Monday. Tuesday
hons at lie per yard.
w . . -II
of our pUta gros grain, plain
" crowns ana our ru...
,of v.onlv. former p
jjr i"" . . a(,tin edzes, crown euifea,
i1''"' .ns'snd our entire stock of No.
per yard, ror
prices loc, jsuo
href . thpm nrices alter tbe
i''1 m,', 6 o'clock Wednesday night.
c no. llc llc-
Vnnc tn other dealers, none.
TIK BAltOAlN OF TUE YEAR
' ,ie lot Satin edge gros grain rib
itra .luality. 13 colors, will open
"-.Cents per yard.
., ....liprs will cet choice
f.Lr price 45c and
BARGAINS OF BARGAINS
Tn direct apcci
hI attention to oar lm
..i aiimmpr underwear we will
. .. viwk Mondav a hie iob in
Mi etrqiHl'ty Jersey ribbed vesta
- Moh, colors, nine, pin nu ecru.
. . 1 1 1.' m u t 1 " "
The season is upon ua for Parasols
and Son Umbrellas, and according to
tbe custom, McCABK BROS., have
large and well selected stock to choose
from. As a starter we offer on Monday
a. m. some oargalns that sre winners.
Ton all know what the Gloria silk is
and when you have bought it once, you
are forever a customer for tbe Gloria silk
umbrella. Gloria silk sua umbrellas.
paragon frame, cold heads at $1.14.
Gloria silk umbrellas, natural wood han
dies 94c, a great bargain. Satin coach
iag shades, assorted colors and black 83c
each; theLaTosca (latest craze) silver
handle, IS inches long, best quality silk,
$3.68. regular price $3.50; full lines of
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas at a great
discount for our opening: sale.
Jointed Carriage Shades, in gros
grain Silks and Satins, and all the late
novelties, including the Tacoma and
We open on Monday a full line of
BarbouJa' beat linen thread at 6 cents
per apool. Bixby'a best shoe blacking
at 2c per box.
ai.vui. FK Ti ksday. At 10 clock a. m. sharp we place on sale 10 pieces
lril,e Ti-nnir Flannel at 6Jc per yard; others will charge you from 12Jc to
f-Lfnr the same goods.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Second Atentjk, Rock Island.
WILL IAMSOJi'S WALK.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
Browns 3 cents,
p Micas 4-cents.
H Gilts 4J cents.
0 ;jTDeoorated Window Shades with spring fix
j tures complete ready to hang, 38 cents.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Sto r e
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
To the Public.
We have derided to go out of the Dry Goods business and to close
oit our entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions, not excepting any
lQk' in t.'ie store. This unexpected announcement is due to a change
w the liiitiiness plana of tbe firm, and although it may oppear un
reasDtitthle to do so after being here so short a time, still we feel justi
in nmking tbe change. We shall commence our sale on Wednes
Burning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
"'Kind mark goods over. Everything will be marked down leaving
"""'J marks on the tickets to show what reduction is made. We
im to close our stock out at once and if prices will do it the gooda
i.". As is well known our stock is all new and it will not be like
c',Hiri,' out an old stoek. This will give the people of Davenport and
Vicinity a chance to buy goods as they have never done before and
"re is no humbug about. We mean a great slaughter of new stock.
Evrry piece of goods in the store will suffer and you will only have to
tome in and see it to be convinced. In tomorrow's papers we shall
enounce our prices and the line of goods which shall be given atten
GEO. VINNEDGE & CO.
ia one array of beauty with its load9 of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Cai-l and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Still Plaaslac Away at His to'eary
Taalt Bla Hoaey Allege ta be
Chanel's; Handn--l'OBdition af the
John Williamson is still plodding away
at his remar table feat of pacing between
tbe north w :8t and the northeast corner
of Third a enue and Seventeenth street
for thirty-s x successive hours, with a
brick in eac'i hand. He commenced his
task at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, and
will finish at 6 tonight if he stops at
thirty-six hours' tramp. The conditions
of the contntct under which Williamson
is walking it ere fully stated in last night's
Abods, but today it appears there are
other influet cea and inducements at work
than the $1.30 for each ten hours' condi
tional tramp orignally offered by Mr. H.
P. Hull. Williamson, as was stated ves-
terday, insis.8 that Mr. Hull offered him
1100 for th rty-six hours' steady work.
with an hcur's intermission every six
hours for mi als and fifteen minutes' rest
every three hours. Mr. Hall was seen
this morninc, and said that while he had
offered inducements, he would not for
certain reasons divulge any of the details.
tie was very anxious, however, that Wih
Uamson would accomplish his undertak
ing. This loks as if Mr. Hull did not
expect to lose very much on the success
ful results c f the tramp, so far as Wil
liamson is concerned.
Mr. Hull said this afternoon that his
interest in tie case ended last night, and
that he did i ot make any contract for
longer than one day's walk.
This morn ng it was alleged that con
siderable moaey would change hands on
tbe result, ai d that Williamson would be
ahead more t.han $100. whether the feat
was accompi.shed or not. It is doubt
less true th it several large bets have
b en made, and present probabilities are
that Williamson will walk his time out.
and will get more money at the end than
he anticipate! when he started.
Williamson tramped away all night.
stopping only an hour at midnight and
fifteen mit.utes in the forepart
and fifteen in the afterr.art or" the
night for reH. From 2 o'clock until
8:30 this morning, the rain fell heavily,
but Williamson unnerved plodded on,
and there wos no time during the night
that he did not have company. This
morning hi) presented an almost
pitiable, sight, as he limped along
with ' immense blisters on his
soles of both feet while his hands were
frightfully swollen, his face "haggard and
his back pair ing him terribly from con
stant stoopiog in laying the bricks down
and picking them up on each side of the
street. Onca he was almost determined
to give up the task, but encouraged by
his friends bo kept on and will probably
stick it out now. Large numbers of
people have been attracted by the re
ports of tbe undertaking.
A physician who has watched the case
with coneideiable interest, states that he
regards the v;ay Williamson is sticking
out as a remarkable test of physical
strength, endurance and genuine nerve.
He had never heard of such a feat btfore.
Conversation over the probable out
come of Williamson's strange undertak
ing, led to a wager almost as novel in the
, K. 1. & P. yards th:s morning, the
participants being Jerry McCarthy and
John Logan, both switchmen. Logan
bet McCarthy a dollar that he could not
carry on one shoulder, a 125 pound crow
bar from 1 arimaster Rains' office to the
water works without stopping or chsng-
ng the position of the bar. McCartbv
accomplished the feat and got bis $ 1 .
T the Pnblie.
Having purchased the old and well es
tablished grocery store of P.J. Waener.
corner of Fourth avenue and Tenth street,
I wish to assure tbe numerous customers
of tbe bouse that its high standard of ex
cellence will tie fully maintained. It will
be my study t.o keep on hand the finest
goods tbe markets afford, and at the
lowest living prices, and attend promptly
to all orders. I hope to deserve and ret
tain the patr mage of old friends and to
gain many new ones. Orders will be re
ceived by telephone, No. 1017.
W. B. Barker.
Mr. Barker is well known in this city,
where be ban served tbe public in the
capacity of . grocer salesman for many
years. He thoroughly understands the
business, is a wide awake business man,
and will undoubtedly make a great suc
cess of it.
At the Theatre.
Snow Bros". "Jolly Voyagers" gave an
entire change of bill for their entertain
ment at Harper's theatre last evening,
appearing in the great musical comedy,
"Our Kitty," a production exceedingly
well acted, a ad prefaced by the always
popular comedy, "The Youth who Never
Saw a Woman." Tbe honors of the
cast were .warded Miss Gipsy Ward,
Miss Carrie Lamont and Mr. Ross Snow,
all of whom sustained themselves in their
respective parts admirably. Tonight an
entire change of bill will be put on,
when the cotipany makes its last appearance.
Chant e of Proprletomhip.
Mr. Otto Gottsch has disposed of his
residence and saloon property at the cor
ner of Seven h avenue and Twelfth street
to Mr. Emil Uthoff.until recently the sues
cessful manager of Turner hall, who will
take charge Tune 14. Mr. Gottsch, who
has been in l.is late location twelve years
has decided to retire from business and
will after tho date mentioned commence
the occupancy of his new house in South
Rock Island, which Mr. Chris. Schreiner
is erecting ft r him.
Oiauaty nail aims;.
18 Margf ret Caldwell to Ellen Raf
ferty, sub lol 9, block 17, Old Town, R I.
Andrew C man t to Lucy Y Gallup, out
lot 87. pt ou Jot 88, 85, 18. 2w, $1.
William A Pilgrim to Anna J Collins,
pt ae 4, lot 13, 8, 17, 2w, f 1,200.
Will Bakes It Thick t
Somebody steals Carse & Co's Sunday
Union reguh jly every Sunday morning.
just because it's too thick to be pushed
under the door. (J num.
Syracuse ics dealers have started an
ice exchange. - .
Regalar Hathly Heetlar the Boar
f JBdaeatloa CaaameBeeMteat Ex-
erelaea-Plaaa for a, NewlBatldlna-
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last eyening, President
Reimers and all the directors being 'pres
Miss Mary L. Carter having completed
ber third year as teacher in the Rock Isl
and public schools, it was ordered that
from March 29 last her salary be ad
vanced to (50 per month.
The public schools were ordered closed
on memorial day, May 80.
The president and superintendent were
authorized to secure Harper's theatre for
graduating exercises in the high school
and also for the ninth grade exercises,
and were also empowered to make all
other necessary arrangements for these
exercises, including an admission of ten
cents. The object of this is to exclude
disagreeable and objectionable characters
and to afford more convenience and com
fort for the friends and patrons of the
schools. The exercises occur on the 6th
and 7th of June respectively.
The following bills were allowed:
Henry Darts Sons, $4.75; R I Fuel
Co. $4: M W Battles. Si:
Co, 65 cents; R I Gas Co, $1.80; R I
Lumber & Mfe Co. tl5: SS Kemhi
$33.10; W H Hatch. $9.61; Don &
Bnggs. $48 25; B Birkenfeld, $2.60;
Willard Baker & Co, $3 60.
The board Informally considered plans
for a new school building to supplant
No. 5 in Greenbush, which is insufficient
both in accommodations and proper ven
tilation to accommodate the great num
ber of pupils from that end of town.
Tbe plans examined were drawn by
MaChias Schnell and provide for a bnck
eight room building with Ruttan furnaces
and ventilators, and the cost not to ex
ceed $9,000. The board has taken no
action whatsoever on the subject as yet.
but there is no doubt that there is a pres
sing demand for the new buildinc suffi
cient to warrant the expenditure if the
mouey can De spared.
John Doyle was arrested by Officer
Cary this morning for assault.
City Marshal Miller has his sidewalk
wreckers out daily now. A number Of
iimb-breakers were removed yesterday,
and today witnesses the good work pro
Agnes Wilson, who lives on Fifteenth
street, got into an altercation with her
mother-in law, and this morning Magis
trate Wivill imposed a fine of $5 and
costs for disturbing the peace.
Tbe marshal's office is being thorough!?
renovated and twelve lockers put in for
the use of the police, each man to have
an apartment of his own. The rooms
are to be papered and painted, and the
room adjoining that of tbe marshal, to
which tbe telephone has been removed, is
to be used by the health commissioner.
David Sommera waa fined $3 and costs
by Justice Cooke today for whipping
two children belonging to Mrs. Caroline
Schultz, who annoyed his children. Som
mers has entered a cross suit against the
Schultz children for annoying bis chil
Uaveapon' New Poatmasier.
Col. Henry Egbert was yesterday ap
pointed by President Harrison, post
master at Davenport to succeed J. M.
DeArmond named by President Cleve
land four years ago. It is over fifty
years ago since the first postmaster was
appointed for Davenport. It was in 1836
that Antoine LeClaire first used his hat
as a letter box. From That time to this
the postmasters have been as follows:
1833, Duncan C. Eldridge; 1845, John
Forrest; 1849. Duncan C. Eldridge; 1852,
Wm. Van Tuyl; 1858, August F. Mast;
1861, Charles H. Eldridge; 1864, Ed
ward Russell; 1863, Add. H. Sanders;
1869, Edward Russell; 1885, James M.
As to the resignation of Col. T. G.
Baylor as commandant at Rock Island
arsenal the Army and Navy Journal says
that Col. Baylor, who has for some
months past been at Hot Spaings, has
asked for a further leave of absence of
six months. The Journal says that of
course he will get it, and also intimates
that he is not desirous of returning to
the arsenal here, but hopes to get an ap
pointment to some place further south.
The rigidity of the winters here seams to
be too trying to one in the Colonel's state
of health. The Journal does not indi
cate who will probably be appointed to
succeed Colonel Baylor in the command.
An Odd Fellows' Lodxe Extinct.
Deputy Grand Master James Van
Horn of the I. O. O. P., went to Rapids
City on Monday and took charge of the
effects of Rapids City Lodge, No. 656.
These effects included, besides the usual
paraphernalia, about $90 in money, all
of which will be forwarded to the grand
lodge. The lodge had died out, only
three members being left in good stand
ingthis because of the abandonment of
the coal mines there and the consequent
practical depopulation of the place.
Conductor Nate Coon, of the C, B.
fc Q, brings up wondrous tales of the
large number of fish which are being
caught at Clear Lake, about six miles
below Beardstown. The largest catches
and also the biggest yarns are circulated
after an outing by Landlord Coles
and Judge Cummings, than whom there
are no greater piscatorial liars residing
on the banks of the Illinois.
Help the Maya.
A subscription paper is in circulation
which it being quite liberally signed, the
purpose of which is to secure funds for
the purchase of new uniforms and other
necessary paraphernalia for the Rock
Island ball club. It will cost something
less than $100 for the outfit and the boys
should have it as they are deserving of it
Street Superintendent H. C. Harris has
his farce at work now cleaning np Second
and Third avenues and. hauling the ac
cumulated top dirt away. " Mr. Harris'
lieutenants are Steve O'Connor, Geo.
Archer and. John Corken.with John Mul
queen aa time keeper.
Mr. Frank Young is in Chicago.
Fresh cauliflower at F. G. Young's.
Mr. A. C. Dart left for Chicago last
A "Home Run" at Harper's theatre
The ribbon sale at McCabe Bros, has
been a grand success.
Barbour's best linen thread 5 cents per
spool at McCabe Bros.
E. E. Parmenter, Esq , is in Springs
field on legal business.
Dr. Geo. E. Babcock left for Quincy
on the Sidney this afternoon.
Read the prices quoted as "starters"
for McCabe Bros', great parasol and
umbrella sale this week.
Dr. W. T. Magill left for Quincy last
evening to attend the state dental socie
The trial of Meyers, the car driver who
raised $1 bills to $5 notes, is in progress
in the federal court at Des Moines.
Those 9 cent jersey ribbed vests at
McCabe Bros', cannot last but a day or so
longer. Colors, pink, blue and Ecrue.
Mary Exner, formerly Mary Gallagher)
has moved her fish market to Second
avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
The new Iowa National bank at Dav
enport opened this morning and before
10 o'clock had received $10,000 in de
St. Paul lodge, No. 107, Knights of
Pythias, will go to Moline tomorrow
evening to assist in instituting a new
lodge at that place.
Thos. Carroll, one of the old night
express engineers on the C, M. & St. P.
road, is running into Rock Island again
on the St. Paul express.
The 'Loyal Temperance Legion will
hold their semi-monthly meeting tomor
row afternoon at 4 o 'slock at the lecture
room of the Methodist church.
Tbe directors of the Davenport base
ball club have decided to make Saturday
ladies' day, at which time all ladies will
be admitted to the park free.
Mr. J. D. Culton moved his family
from Joliet to Rock Island today. Mr.
Culton is the partner of Mr. Frank
Clough in the undertaking business.
Do not confound the "Gloria" silk
umbrellas with other inferior grades,
McCabe Bros', prices are always the
lowest and they are selling the genuine
Cameron & Sons, Davenport) hatters
and mens' furnishers, have a new and
nobby line. It will pay you to see them
at their new store, Nos. 224 and 226
Brady street, Davenport.
Mr. Joe Huber, the proprietor of
Huber's garden on Moline avenue, an
nounces tbe opening of his garden for the
season. The opening will be inaugur
ated by a dance Saturday evening.
A lively runaway waa prevented on
Market square this afternoon by the
pluck of a brawny armed farmer, who
seized one of tbe vicious steeds by the
bit and held him until he came down "off
his high horse."
Mr. John E. Chrysler, business man
ager of Earl Gardner, the famous Ger
man comedian, was in the city today.
Mr. Gardner appears at H arper's theatre
one week from tonight in "Our Karl in
Another demoralized individual has
made bis appearance in Rock Island.
He is charged with tbe crime of stealing
the Sunday Union. He ought to be
caught, tarred and feathered and ban
ished from tbe community. He is not fit
to liye among law-abiding, self-esteeming
people. The Union company offers $5
reward for the capture of this curiosity.
On Saturday of this week ex-Alderman
John Ohlweiler. wife and daughter. John
Lauerman and wife. Miss Bertha Dietz,
Miss Haupt. of Coal Valley, and Miss
Care tens, of Davenport, leave for New
York. One week from tomorrow they take
passage on the first return trip of tbe new
Hamburg-American steamer, Augusta
Victoria, one of the handsomest vessels
that ever floated, for Europe.
A good joke was perpetrated on a
member of a well known brewing firm at
Dubuque last week. He invited several
friends to participate in a fishing party
and among the refreshments took along
what he supposed to be a keg of beer, but
on tapping proved to be water, someone
having exchanged tbe kegs. It is said the
air was blue for a short time and the party
were compelled to quench their thirst
with "snake bite" and Maquoketa river
Tbe newest thing in soda water, ac
cording to a Chicago fountain attendant,
is what is called a rose flip. Here is the
manner in which it is made: Take arose
and pull the leaves apart, dropping them
into a tumbler. Then add half a lemon
and some ice and crush them all together.
After that strain it into another glass and
give it any desired flavor. Then put in
soma ice cream and soda water. It is
said to be a beverage much sought after
by the ladiea.
Clarence Pierce, who has achieved dis
tinction by having been married a couple
of times lately, once to a Muscatine girl.
then to Kutn l.. Harrington, or Moline.
was arrested last evening by Constable
Mapes for forgery, in having affixed tbe
name of his aunt. Mrs. Winell, to an or
der, on which he (Pierce) secured $5 from
Mr. Cassell. Tbe forgery was committed
several days ago, but it was not discov
ered till yesterday that the signature was
spurious. Clarence s brother, who is a
different sort of a man, decided to give
the black sheep another chance, so he
paid the $5, and, we understand, all other
expenses growing out of Mr. Cassell's
non-appearance against .Clarence. Mo
W. B. Rice, a brakeman on the C, R.
I. & P., had an interesting experience
with a tramp Sunday afternoon when his
train was nearing Wilton junction. The
tramp refused to go to the caboose and
struck at Mr. Rice who warded off the
blow and returned a heavy lick in his
face knocking him down. Rice went
forward to the tender where . he busied
himself with getting ready to take water
at the station. Tbe tramp came up un
awares and struck him a blow that
caused him to lose his balance and in the
scuffle he fell off the tender. The train
was going about fifteen miles per hour
Rice was somewhat bruised when picked
np, hie right knee and left shoulder also
being sprained.- The tramp jumped off
the other aide or the tender and escaped.
Rorky Xaantaia Taaa, the Trap
- . per, -
Is here in Rock Island, at No. 1619 Sec
ond avenue, between sixteenth and oev
en teen th streets, and will remain antil
May 21st with his Wild West menagerie
of live bears, beaver, deer, coons, wolves,
half dog and half wolf, prairie dogs. Arc
tic owls, horned owls, burrowing owls,
Spanish owls, bitrons, badgers, spar
row, hawks, eagle, ferret, muskrat.
pelican, ten rabbits of various kinds,
gabbling crow, squirrels. Norway
goose, Arctic duck, Indian hen, screech
owls, white gninias, four alligators
Come one, come all, and see this large
collection or live wild birds and animals.
Admission only ten cents. Doors open
day and evening. Ladies and children
especially invited. The clergy and their
families admitted free.
T. N. Prather,
Proprietor and Manager,
N. B. Everything guaranteed as rep
resented or money refunded at the door
The peculiar purifying and building np
powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla make it
the very best medicine to take at this sea
There are nearly a dozen distilleries in
Peoria, 111. A good place for an artist
to study still life.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
May 13, 14 and 15.
Jolly Voyagers !
Elegant Uniformed Brass Band
Headed by Four Strone Comedv Stan
ROSS SNOW, R. j. ERWOOD.
CARRIE LAMONT, GYPSIE WARDE,
supported by fine company.
Entire change of progrmme nightly
innclcea rail of Singing, Dancing aid
Peop e' Prices IS, 45 and 3S c-.nts.
BrTLivob out for Anr t,Da, .v.
. . . . . . v . i uu MllUfSr I uc
management of Harry A. Snow.
Sunday and Mondat,
May 18, 19 and 20.
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Saturday Eyening, May 18tn.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
CHAS. BLEU BR.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock Island House.
in the three cities is
B. BerkMef s,
Ice Cream made from pure -Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not b xcelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
' of all kinds, furnished on
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6&
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details.
Call attention this week to bargains mentioned below:
Gloriaine, Sun and Rain Umbrellas, colors fast, gold and silver
bandies, 26 inch,
New arrivals in Dress Goods just
placed on sale. Double fold Cashmere
10 cents per yard.
BEIGES New Summer fabrics of
plains, stripes, plaids and figured,
17 cents and 20 cents.
SHALLIES New assortment of
Shallies in plain and figured effects- -newest
BROADHEADS New assortment
of Broadhead Dress goods.
More new Jersey jackets for street
wear all sizes in our celebrated
SILK UMBRELLAS Handsome as
sortment of silk, sun and rain umbrellas,
e the latest swell," very elegant.
EMBROIDERIES Dont forget that
we are headquarters for fine embroider
ies. Examination will prove our state
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEIYIANN & SALZMAUN.
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.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
239 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel,
tr-First class Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
. ... .urn. . T .'.- v., ... . . b . . ttC
POt, well located for any kind of business.
Aw. T1 ,v:.j -
brick hon-e with all modern improvements ; corner
lot ; bath rooms, sewer, hot and cold water ; cbeap.
6ixl50; witbin flvo blocks of pos'offlce; a creat
A nice house, well located in a good neighbor
hood on Twentieth street ; cbeap.
A nice two-story residence; fins corner lot 80z
160. One of tbe best neighborhoods on Fonrth
A good corner property for investment; 80x150
feet, onThiid avenue; cheap.
A very nice property, just outside of city limits
and city taxes : chesp. on easy tonne.
One of the best 80-acre firms, with first class
improvements tn Howling townsh p; cheap.
ISO acres : fine land, near Dodge City, slantas, at
15.50 per acre.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHIST & ADLEE'S,
is i nr nr us ihl js z
$1.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK. ; ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOOTS and SHOES
Trie Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturer.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
tSCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Artoi.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2m Fifth Atomm. 171S Second Atbim.