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T1IK WKSK lHf(ANI AliGUS. MONDAY,- BEPTEMliHU 2, 189.
At prices that will be interesting fur the
reason that they are lesa than elsewhere.
Writing paper, envelopes, pencils. Inks,
mucilage, blank books, tablets, always at
lowest prices; this week will offer special
inducements in School supplies.
Plain wood frame slates 2c each.
Handsome covered noialess slates, me
dium sue, Sc each.
Slate pencils six la a box. 8c a box.
Lead pencils 2 for lc or 4c dozen.
Lead pencils, rubber ends, 1c. 8o a doz
Hchool bags 2c each, better ones, 8c.
Penholders lc, best 2c each.
Just the thing scholar's companion
wood box containing lead pencil, wood
covered slate pencil, rule penholder and
pen; the entire outfit 4c.
12 sheets writing paper for lc; extra
quality writing paper 5c a quire.
1 pack of 25 envelopes lc; better ones
8c, best 6c.
Ink 8c a bottle; mucilage 3c a bottle.
Student's note book, decorated cov. 4c
dozen colored School Crayons in dec
orated box, 6c a box.
Eitra values, quality and work consid
ered, from lc up to the best canvas and
leather covered and bound ledgers, jour
nals and record books.
Writing tablets 3c, and it is a wonder
how much paper can be sold for 8c.
A large assortment of ink and pencil
tablets and pads 8c, 4c, 5c, 7c, 8c, 10c
1000 boxes writing paper containing
24 sheets paper, 24 envelopes for 7c a box
. FOR TRADE.
To counteract the difficulties . of navi
gation while the paving and sidewalk im
provementa are progressing, this week
will offer crochet and Marseilles bed
quilts, new goods just arrived:
One lot white crochet quilts 10x4, 48c.
Wauwinet "A quality crochet quilt
Leslie superior quality crochet quilt
Either of the above are extra values at
Nameless white crochet quilts 82c reg
ular 1 1.00 quality.
Egyptian aupenor quality Marsellea
qniU f 1 25.
Marseilles quilts at f 1.85, $2 25 $2 50
and $3 00.
Millinery is looking up; season has
opened much earlier than usual in New
York and the east. Some early novel
ties in hats received and on sale this
week. New ribbons, trimmings and
Tomorrow, Tuesday morning, one lot fringed Crochet Quilts
S3 cents each.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Hkoond Avenuk. Rook Island.
A. Pine Line
Suitable for "Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
1705 Secend Avenne.
tSPCaU and see them.
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and
that at popular prices.
2d. We guarantee satisfaction.
3d. Oar Gallery contains more and better Instru
ments, Back-grounds, and all appliances for making
twice over, than all the other galleries in Ihe city combined.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
tfj.ua ..... ! T---:
Our Leading Lines are of our own make. One the firm is
in the market all the time and no pains are spared
to have the
for the money. It will pay Kock Island and Moline people
to get Shoes of
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BRADY AND SECOND,
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
THE MV nOLIUAY.
Labor Has its Annual Day of De
Maw It Was Observed la Reek Inlaaa
A i'lae Htrert I'arade-.Ta Sylvaa
The element! Uniled propitiously on
the first labor day th monatration in Rock
Island. The weaUer could not have
been better adapted to the nature of the
celebration; yesterdt y's rain laid the dust
and prepared the stiects for the parade
and at the same tim took the dry, harsh
heat out of the atmosphere. The clouds
which partially obscured the sky this
morning at the hoi r when the laborer
arises, broke away as the day advanced
and when the tinie came for the
procession to form, the heavens were
The manufacturing industries of the
city, with the exception of the two upper
mills, shut down, and they would have
done so had it been the desire of the ma
jority of their employes to do so. In
Moline everything shut down except
the Scchler carriage v orks, and the pub
lie schools suspended at 11 o'clock. It
was In every way a holiday such as labor
is emitted to, and which, as years go by
will become more general in iis observ
ance. THE COI t'MN
formed on Market tquare in the follow
ing order and waited v.'ith open ranks un
til the Moline societies, comprising two
hundred men, beaded Uy the Light Guard
band, were brought d wn by the Holmes
line and given places at the head of the
procession on Third avenue:
Platoon of olice under command of
City Marshal Phil Mil er.
Light Guard band ot Moline.
Mayor MeConochie and H. D. Lloyd,
Moline organizaliots two hundred
Twin-City Typographical union, 107,
E. E. Zeiglur, piesiden., fifteen men.
Employes of Rock It-land Plow compa
ny. 2iH men; Robert Beyers, marshal, J.
VY. Corken, assistant marshal.
Carpenters' union, M6, Geo. Stocker,
president, forty men.
Iron Moulders' union, 2:51), Mike Man
ley, president, fifty men.
Window Glass Workers' union, L. A..
3(H). James Marsh, chief preceptor, st-v-enty-five
Switchmen's Mutual Aid association.
No. 2, Rock Inland. Thomas Pender,
master, thirty-five meu.
Tailors' union. 34, Jos Grotegut, pres
ident, fortv men.
L A. 1U57.
Citizens on foot.
tiik para de
was success in all respects and was
witnessed by large concourses of people
along the route which 'vas planned as
follows: West on Third avenue to
Tenth street, thence nor h to Second ave
nue, east on Second ay inue to Twen
tieth street, south on Twentieth street to
Fourth avenue to Twenty-third street,
south on Twenty-third street to Fifth
avenue, east on Fifth avenue to Twenty
fourth street, north on Twenty-fourth
street ft) Third avenue, west on Third
avenue to Market square where it dis
banded. THE PICNIC
is being held on Sylvan Island this after
noon, whither a great mt.ny people have
gone. The speakers are to be II. D.
Lloyd and C. S Darrow, of Chicago, two
of the best posted men in the country on
the subject of labor and vhat justly be
longs to it.
were numerous and bore attractive mot
toes as follows.
"Eight Hour MovemeM Inaugurated
May 1, 18UO."
"Organization is Necemary for Our
"Labor is the Creator or All Wealth."
"First Monday in September."
"Union Men Will Take the Lead."
"Fear Not While Acl.ng Justly, as
Small Things Will Increase by Union."
"Eight Hours for Work, Eight Hours
for Rest and Eight Hours f r Education."
"We Extend a Helping Hand to All
Brandies of Honorable To 1."
"Labor Demands One L 'gal Holiday."
"Twin-City Typograp lical Union,
"Window Glass Worker of America."
"Employes of Rock Island Plow Com
Window Glass Workers L. A. 300,
"United Brotherhood f Carpenters
and Joiners of America."
There were over six bun lred men in
The plow works employes wore large
sun-flowers and presented t. fine appear
Flags floated from the court bouse.city
buildings. Abuus office and other buildings.
Chief Marshal J. W. Cavanaugh con
ducted his duties well and proved himself
a firstclass master of ceremonies.
The committee on arrangements had
provided tasty little flags foi the lapels of
the coats of those in the procession.
Labor is entitled to a LoliUay. The
first Monday in September should be
a national holiday and observed as such
in this country.
Officer Sexton's appearance in the
front rank might have inspired one to
sing that latest comic aong, "Where Did
Tou Get that Hat T" but it didn't bother
After the parade, the Ircn Moulders'
union. 230, of Rock Island, invited 237,
of Moline, to Turner hall and entertained
them with refreshments and general
The labor organizations an 1 the friends
of the mayor shared the cxt cutive't hu
miliation. He bore himself well, but
clearly showed that he was uneasy, and
would like to have slid in o the main
bole of a sewer bad one been open along
Second avenue. He bad tin sympathy
of everyone along the line cf march, sa
well as all the men in line, v ho felt the
imposition they, as well as the mayor,
had been subjected to.
A citizen, who tendered tie mayor a
complimentary salutation as ' he carriage
in which he rode passed the '.lock Island
bouse, and received an acknowU
edgement from the im poster on
the front aeat of the carrikge, called
at the Argus office this afternoon to state
that he did not see the last alluded to oc
cupant of the carriage until he received
his brazen and wholly unsought acknowl
edgement and that he was not only mor
tified, but indignant' at the position in
which be was placed.
Chicago, Sept. 2. Labor day was ob
served here by a good parade of every
workingmen's organizations. There
were two processions. Trades assembly
faction turned out ten thousand men,
and Knights of Labor over four thous
and. The printers made a specially fine
appearance with eight hundred and fifty
men, wearing gray hats and Hnen dusters.
The two bodies came together at one
point, but there was no disturbance.
Fine banana muskmelons at May's.
Armour's hams and bacon at May's.
The public schools resumed this morn
ing. Tablets from one cent up at Crampton
Finest Muscatine Island watermelons
Tablets in all sizes and prices at Cramp
ton & Co's.
School supplies, lowest prices, at Mc
All kinds of school supplies at Cramp
ton & Co's.
White bed quilts, special prices, at
McCabe Bros.' ,
School books, just what you want, at
Crampton & Co's.
Buy your school books and supplies of
Crampton & Co. '
Children, buy your school bnokOtt
Crampton & Co's.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Willerton are visit
ing in Des Moines.
Everything you want in school supplies
at Crampton & Co's.
Mr. S. W. Woodburn, supervisor from
nillsdale. was in the city today.
Tomorrow morning one lot of white
crochet bed quilts, 33 cent9, at McCabe
M. M. Briges has removed bis stock
and office to No. 1612 Second avenue, up
M isses Margaret and Bulle Fry re
turned to their home at Freeport this
The Phoenix hose company brought its
new cart over from Davenport yesterday;
it is a daisy.
Slates 2 cents, inks 3 cents, mucilage.
3 cents a bottle, school bags 2 cents, at
Conductor John M. Palmer and family
have returned from their visit to Blue
Mrs. Henry Schmidt arrived home from
Europe last evening, Mr. Peter Fries
accompanying her from Chicago.
Fied Freeberg. the jovial ex-postmaster
of Coal Valley, was among the
callers at the Argus office today.
Students' note books. 4 cents each, at
McCabe Bros;' wonder tablets, 3 cents
each; letfd pencils, 2 for 1 cent 4 cents a
The constant tread of little feet in the
children's department of Mosenfelder &
Kohn'a has necessitated the putting in of
a new floor.
Lost Supposedly between Reynolds
and MiUn a pocket-book, containg $44,
belonging to W. F. Eaupke. A suitable
reward will be paid for its return to this
The Davenports defeated the Peorias
Saturday by a score of 9 to 0, and yeBier
day won by a score of 13 to 3. Tomor
row the same two nines play again.
At 4:30 Saturday afternoon occurred
the death of Mary Wendt, ten years old,
who was so shockingly burned by hav
ing her clothes catch while making a tire
in a atove at Mr. Alex Sheirmann's. in
South Rock Island.
County Superintendent J. H. South'
well has issued a circular to school of
ficers throughout the county advising
them ot the new school law pertaining
to truant officers, etc , and advising them
where they can get copies. .
The Peorias started for home this morn
ing and are scheduled to play in Daven
port aeain tomorrow. It is not known
whether they will return or not. A Rock
Island nine is playing an exhibition game
at Davenport this afternoon.
The Gem City, of the St. Louis. St.
Paul & Minneapolis Packet company,
sank at Dixon's Landing fifty miles above
St. Louis Saturday evening in eight feet
of water, and the Mary Morton took her
passengers on down the river.
Mr. C. J. Smith, representing the
American Publishing company of Mil
waukee, is in the city distributing the new
lithograph prospective view of Kock Isl
and, which is in every way a creditable
work, giving a very accurate view of the
city and including a sketch of the sur
rounding territory extending back as far
as Kock river.
Attached to the R. I. & P. train which
went out this afternoon at 257. was at
special coach which had been plaoed a
the disposal of the tri-dcity delegates to
the Cincinnati Waterway convention. A
large delegation came over from Daven
port, headed by ex-Congressman Mur,
pby. No one went from Moline, and
Congressman Gent was the only repre
sentative of Rock Island who boarded
the train. Congressman Henderson
joined the party at Galva.
The Keller Mark.
Saturday evening Mayor MeConochie
made the following report of contribu
tions received by Lira:
C H BBCKIPTa.
Win. Sugdeon, store works employe fIT TO
Harry Buetock, glass work employe 83 t
Hans tla'tiuaa. upper mill employes M Ml
T. II Tlwnui sntcription W (M
contributions to ibe Kock Island Aaeis.. . Ul
THE U. P. PRESBYTERY.
J. E. Lsrkin, for Hour end groceries.
Kobt. Bennett "
A. Coyne " "
W. B. Pettit
John Evans ,
Whelan Bros., groceries
.... 10 110
.... H W)
.. 11 00
... 11 00
Tetal : ,
Balance waa expended for potatoes.
Total $14 TO
Wheisn Bros, donated four sacks of floirr.
The mayor this' morning received a
donation of $1 to the relief fund from
A Saaaay AtrMeat.
There was an accidental shooting out
on Vandruff's island yesterday. Theo
dore Jennfogs, tbe young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Jennings, who has been
camping out with bis parents tor some
time, had been practicing with a squirrel
gun. Thoughtlessly he inverted the
weapon, resting the barrel on his foot,
when the trigger snapped and a 23-calibre
bullet went whizzing through his foot.
Dr. S. C. Plummer was summoned and
dressed tbe wound, which is not serious,
although it will lay the young man up
for a while.
i onvealnc af the Reek Islaad Caafer-
eaee thia Afteraooa.
The Rock Island presbytery of tbe
United Presbyterian church, comprising
the churches of Davenport, Aledo, Viola,
Little York, Cedar Creek, Homestead,
Pleasant Unity, Colons, Sunbeam, North
Henderson and Rock Island, met in the
United Presbyterian church of this city
at 2 p. m. today. Rev. D. M. Clelnnd.
of Aledo, preached the opening sermon.
The Ladies' Presbyterian Missionary
society of tbe church also met at the same
time in the audience room of the church,
Mrs. Rev. Donaldson, of Cedar Creek, as
president, opening the session. The ad
dress ot welcome was delivered by Mrs.
E. B. McKown and the response by Miss
McCreight, of Sunbeam. The rest of the
afternoon was devoted to business.
There are over thirty delegates present,
most of whom arrived on tbe noon train
of the C. B. &, Q. They were met at the
train by representatives of the church and
taken to the church where a bountiful
dinner had been provided by tbe ladies.
Friends of tbe congregation are cordially
invited to attend the meetings. Both
sessions close tomorrow afternoon. Rev.
J. C. Clark, of Little York, is moderator
of the Presbytery.
Tbis evening there will be a onion ser
vice at which the following topics will be
discussed: "Personal Responsibility,'
"Christian Giving," "What Sacrifice
Should be Made for Missions," "En
couragement in Mission Work."
Tomorrow morning each body will
continue its respective business and dis
cussing topics pertinent to tbe work of
the United Presbyterian church.
THE TRACK LAID.
The Holme' I,iaei Hnilt I pF.iai Ntrert
aad a far Ran Over It.
Supt. Schnitger, of the Holmes line.
started wiib a force of forty men early
yesterday morning at the junction of Elm
and Seventh avenue, and by 4 o'clock
would have had the track extended up
Elm to Fourteenth bad tbe necessary
iron been on the ground.- As it was, he
was obliged to send to Davenport for
rails b-fore work could continue, but by
7 o'clock the job was completed. Car 11
was then brought out, and with Supt.
Schnitger and Assistant-Superintendent
Hill, in charge, was driven op the hill to
the northern terminus of the road and
back. A number of passengers, wboee
names were taken, paid their fare, the
first car made expenses and tbe Holmes
company had taken formal possession
of its Elm street right-of-way. Tbe
people in that part of tbe city and in
South Park are rejoicing over their new
The passengers on the car on its ini
tial trip were: H. C. McConnell, D.
Stephens, C. J. L&rkin, F. D. Tay
lar and Silas Leas.
M ks tjiat the Hoary T
Among the returnable cases to tbis
term of court from Moline is tbe case of
Caverly vs . The Mutual Benefit associa
tion of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Caverly,
is represented by McEuiry & McEniry,
who set up that their client was insured
in the defendant's company by ex-Rev.
A. R. Morgan, agent, against accident,
etc., that he injured bis knee-cap by an
accident while in the discharge of bis
duty a9 an expressman. The defense
claims their agent. A. R. Morcao, made
no return of the premium maile by Mr.
Caverly for the insurance, thereby claim
ing that Caver! y's policy was not to hold
them but Morcan for the return of tbe
premium fees, or for damages suffered
by reason of the arcident. The amount
m controversy is over $300.
Judge Pleasants convened the Septem
ber term of the Rock Island county cir
cuit court this afternoon in the absence
of Judge Glenn, who will not arrive un
til tomorrow morning. The poll of
grand jurymen showed all present with
the exception of Cbas. Hansgen, of this
city, and Iouis Hessman, of Drury. Dr.
II. J. Huyett, of Black Hawk, was ex
cused. Sheriff Silvia filled tbe vacancies
by appointing S. P. Ryder, G W. Heck
and Geo. Copp. The court appointed E.
B. Knox, of Moline, as foreman, and
after the court and state's attorney had
instructed tbe jury, that body retired.
John Sic griRt was fiaed $5 and costs
James Pewitt and Henry Evans were
fined f 3 and costs for fighting.
Martin O'Conneli and Phillip Hessler
were fined $3 and costs for intoxication.
HI HLltUTOS ROl'TE.
- A. R. KxraraleaOae fare for the
From AncMint Slat tn 2Hth in.
elusive, the C..B. & Q. R. R. will sell at
half rates, or one fure for th round trin
tickets to Milwaukee and return from all
points on us lines, on account of tbe Na
tional G. A. R. encampment at Mil
waukee. These C. B. & Q. excursion
tickets will be good to return August
27th to September 5th, inclusive; but by
anemia.! a.rra.nwmpnt An pvlnainn in
September 30th may be obtained by ap
plying pnor i oepiemoer aa, to me
agent at Milwaukee having the matter in
charge. Between Chieann and Milwau
kee the tickets will be good for passage
in either direction via tbe Goodrich line
of steamers, the CI.. M. & St P Rf nr
the C. &. W. Ry. Tickets and further
iniormauon can De ooiainea or u., a. &
Q ticket agents, or bx addressing P. 8.
Euslis, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
liar vent Kxraraiaaa.
Sept. 10 and 24, and Oct. 8. the C, R.
I. & P. Tailroad will run harvest excur
sions to Kansas, Neb.Missouri, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, Texas, IS aw Mexico,
Arizona, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Iowa,
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana and Colo
rado. Tickets will be sold on dates
mentioned above and will be good for
thirty days from date of sale, and they
will be good for stop over either goinsr or
returning at any point west of the Mis
souri river.at any point beyond St. Paul,
and in case of tickets to points on Iowa
Falls division of the B , C. R. & N. rail
way or Pacific division of the ill. & St.
L. railway, stop over will be allowed at
any point beyond the Mississippi river.
Get rid of that tired feeling as quick as
possible. Take Hood's Barsaparilla,
which gives strength, a good appetite
The Jaiat OeaBIUeVlela laapar.
aat rBfereaee ana Favar thetaloa
af Rsek lalaad aad Mallae.
The joint committees of the Rock Isl
and and Moline Improvement associa
tions held a meeting at the rooms of the
Moline association Saturday evening, of
which Dr. Truesdale, of this city, was
made chairman, and P. S. McGlynn, of
Moline, secretary. The idea of consoli
dation was discussed in its various phases.
there being seven present from Rock Isl
and and five from Moline, and a resolu
tion offered by Mr. C. U. Deere that
the sense of the meeting be in favor of
consolidation if the details can he satis
factorily arranged, was adopted with but
two dissenting voices, Mayor Wessel and
Aid. Kerns, of Moline.
Very little was said about the name.
and while a new one was suggested, the
prevailing opinion was decidedly favora
ble to Rock Island.
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late George Schneider
desire to publicly express their heart felt
thanks to tbe Odd Fellows and Diuid
societies and other friends for the kind
ness and sympathy extended to them in
Mrs. Schneider and Children.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
8 oft Coal for Bala
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
fel- B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
C. A. Steel, - . Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Tuesday, September 3d, 1889.
in his new spectacular melo drama
a stor; of tbe dead, supported by
: MISS FRANCIS FIELD :
and a powerful company.
FINE COSTUMES AUD SCENES7.
The great Earthquake Scene; also the Emo
tion of Mi Versnrins, and scene. Harbor of
Naples wuu ersuv:os In tne distance.
Phices TB, 50 and 25 rents.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLIOX DOLLARH
Loaned by us wilbont loss t o any client .
2tTCall or write for circular and reference!.
in sms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to'five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collacted snit
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and i Haeonlc Temp t,
. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
O. A. FIOKE, .
213 Main St, DAVENPORT, IA.
-GOOD THINGS THIS WEEK IN-
1.. 27 inch Suiting 15 cents a yard.
2. 27 inch Suiting 25 cents a yard.
3. P4 inch Suiting 49 cents a yard.
4. 54 inch Suiting 75 cents a yard.
Broadcloth Finish All Bargains.
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
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Geo. AAT. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth Bt., under Commercial Hotel,
3aT First -class Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following; are among the many bargains offered:
A nice residence at the noser end of the cltv
lar?e corner lot. convenient to Island, depot and
aaw mills, cheap
A nice new house, laree lot, shrubbery, trees.
tK.,oa i wem-rounn street, cneap.
A new bouse of eieht rooms, fine lo' ftOrl.VI
well located, within five blocks of tbe pootofflce,
A nest brick house with a lanre lot for (2,000,
vf.uteuiriu upper aepni ana saw muis.
Twodwe lings with lot 80il:M, well located on
Moline arenas. at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, well located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with Improvements, large
rounds, on Elm street, cheap on cary terms.
A two-story hoose and lot. convenient to the
upper saw mills, depot and round house, very
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high corner lot. 8nxlS0. one of the best
neigh borhoMs on Fourth avenue.
ti.iHM will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
psrins a good interest on the Investment.
will buy a dwelling with good business
room in front, well located on Third avenue.
a new building, one of the best money making
restaursnls and boarding houses in the city, near
the C. R. I & P. depot, well located fur any kind
On of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the beet paying meat markets In the city ,
brick building, first-class location, cheap.
t-AVI will buy a good lot. in food loca
tin if taken soon. One of the beet lots in the
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHlSr & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
S ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Big Cut in Prices
Schneider's Shoe Stores
Children's Shoes, worth $.5(1 for .30
Children'a Shoes, 1.00 " .70
Children'! Shoes, " 1.15" .90
Children's Shoes, 1.50" 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 " '75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 .75
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth 15.00 for 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes, 4 50 8 50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 M .3 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, 3.00" 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, 2 50 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78 " 1 .00
Base Ball Shoes, " ' l.oo " .80
Men's Pine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
ISCall and see us. -; :
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue,
ELM STREET SHOE STORE.
2929 Fifth Avenue.
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