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THE HOCK ISLAND AUG US, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1889.
Winter Goods Fabrics
Are now lo order with the demand increasing evert day. We are better prepared
now than ever before to serve our patrons. MORE ROOM (just added another
store zuxniu. j
-:-LARGER STOCKS :-
OUR BUYERS were in the market early and late selecting earl? and late novel
ties, hunting early bargains and taking advantage of the late snaps offered to close
out mid iota and parts or stocks that were lert. Will call attention to several de
partments that we are well fixed on and own the Roods less than every day prices.
COTTON FLANNELS and FLANNELS
Will fell two cases unblcsched Cotton Flannels 6 yards for 25c
One case extra heavy and lone wrap Cotton Flannels (that we will ask you to
examine and compare with goods sold elsewhere at 12Jc) our price will be 10c a
yard for this lot.
One lot pink Mixed Flannel 12Je a yard. Red Twill Flannel 15Jc a yard.
And our special value Scarlet Twill Flannels at 24c a yard and 6 and 6 ounce
Gray Twill Flannel 11c a yard.
In out underwear department 32 dozen ladies medium weight Ritibnd Vent 85c.
21 dozen ladies' medium weight knitted shapes fluest Egyptian Cotton Ribbed
One lot ladies' Merino Ribbed Silk Finished Vests 60c.
YARNS Our early purchases of yarns will save our customer money 500 lbs.
nil wool good quality Saxony Yarns flc a skein, warranted full weight. One lot
Wool Sun-king Yarn 5c a skein. 350 lbs. German Knitting Yarn SOc skein, con
JACKETS Another special lot received. Heavy Beaver Jackets, bound all
round, very stylish, only $6 00.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1719. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue. Rocs Island.
A. I?inc Line
Suitable for Wedding Preeents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
170.r Secend Avenue.
5!TCaU and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Xcxt Door to Cranipton's Bookstore
f5TThe public is cordially invited to inspect our
the finest west of Chicago without any exception.
Q C 4L
hoes and Rubbers
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. I5UADY AND SECOND,
tTKwk Island people are invited to make our Btore head
quart while in the city. Remember the place for bargains in
) STJTCLIFFE BROS'
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
The Renu deling of the Dart Rild-ing.
New felwrv-alka the Proapeeta f
for Am lnprtt TraBMfer
The Paving Prore.
Call and make yonr selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Saturday afternoon Messrs. C. J. and
A. C. Dart let the contract to John Volk
& Co. for remodeling their building on
Second aveiue east of Eighteenth street,
as per plami drawn by Architect Ross, of
Davenport, and heretofore outlined in
the A nous. The present ancient look
ing appeart nee of the building will dis
appear entix-Iy: it will be practically re
built, the front being of granite, terra
coita and j late glass, affording two ele
gant store rooms with stairway to the
second floor in the center. Tbe building
will be crmpleted according to tbe
most modern design and there
will not ba a prettier business block
in Illinois when it is done. This
morning tbo present tenants, C. C. Trujs
dale the grocer, and the Adams Express
company, began removing to their new
quarters in Harper house block, and the
Messrs Dan began removing that portion
of their sto -k of wholesale groceries, etc.,
stored in tbe builrling.to the Kellerstraus
warehouse on First avenue, which they
have purch'ised for the purpose.
Messrs. limbic & Stengel Suturdiy
completed the negotiations for the pur
chase of thd brick building at 1818 Sec
ond avenue, buying it of Mr. N. Olson
for $5,000. This gives Messrs. Raible&
Stengel pot session of the ground and
buildings f-om the alley to the Harper
house.and i . was the first intention of these
gentlemen to raise thetwobtiildings wbile
Mr. Frieste It is here with bis equipment
from Chicago, but on conversation with
the tenantii it was decided to abandon
this idea, and to simply put in new floors
to tbe proper grade, and to ly an attrac
tive sidewalk in front and in the course
of a year or two tear down the building
altogether and erect one of modern ar
chitecture in its stead. They have al
ready let contract to the firm put
ting down the handsome new concrete
walk in front of the Hurper.to extend tbe
same clear to the alley, and this will be
done at onre. They realize the growth
Rock Island is experiencing, and the fact
that it is ot.ty begun, and if a new build
ing will lelp it along they propose to
Mrs. Ou.rer has practically decided to
remodel U e front of her building on
Second avenue which has just been
raised. and to provide It with a galvanized
iron cornicn, bay windows, etc., greatly
altering tht appearances. It is such im
provement that make the people feel
that Rock Island is truly going ahead.
The efforts on the part of tbe Aroub to
infuse life into the street and alley com
mittee in the matter of pushing tbe side
walks this fall has aroused its chairman
Aid. Hami ton, and be rises to remark
through an obscure corner of the obscure
morning piper that,"we have notified all
property owners along the avenue to put
down their sidewalks, and with hut one
exception they are complying just as
rapidly as ,osBible, the contracts having
been let an 1 the contractors pushing the
work. Jutt as soon as the paving is
completed tttween Seventeenth and Six
teenth streets the city will bring the side
walks to grade on both sides of tbe ave
nue. We Mhall do our part, and insist on
the property owners doing theirs." He
also states that the walks about Union
square will le laid as soon as the ma
terial can I e bad. and that the tilling will
be done wr bout delay. This is all very
gratifying indeed, and notwithstanding
tbe insinuations of fault-finding made in
the same connection, the Aitous cheer
fully standi them all when it realizes that
it has got the eyes of the alderman open.
It would stand a good many more of bis
sermons if it could by so doing be as
sured of ki eping his eyes open.
Igleiiart & Co. have received the con
tract for Eerea tligstone walks in front of
the butldiigs owned by Messrs. Mitchell
and Bened ct on Second avenue, and oc
cupied by L'JOhlty'a crockery store and
niei(iei B arui store buu ireuum t B.,te
The new Bedford flagstone walk in
front of Mr. Porter Skinner's buildings
on Second avenue east of Eighteenth
street is bt ing laid.
The filli lg is being done preparatory to
laving nev tile walks in front of the
Mills and Ouver buildings on Second
Schmidt & Hon will pronablv lay a
Bedford s one walk in front of their bar
ber shop on Second avenue.
A new tile walk is being put down in
front of the Union office.
There v ill hardly be a plank walk on
Second atenue when the improvements
are completed this fall.
Tbe work or laying tbe new sewer
alone Third avenue on the south side of
Union square, is progressing rapidly.
The impr ivemenla will give the city con'
siderable drain tile, the material used in
tbe replaced sewer which can be nicely
Davis ti Co. have completed the main
sewer extension to Edgewood park. It
is 2.6(H) f jet long, and composed of six
inch pipe, and tbe private connections
are now being made.
Mayor McConochie has appointed Pat
Rooney inspector of the sewers in coarse
of constt uction.
HIE PAVING OPFRATION8.
The griding of Second avenue between
Sixteenth and West Seventeenth streets
is progressing rapidly, and the pavers
have crossed the east line of Fifteenth
street co sing east. Supt. Kevins stated
this moraing that twelve good working
days wo lid witness the entire completion
of the piesent work to tbe west line of
West Seventeenth street.and this will give
abundant time to make the needed alter
ations It. the gutter at Eighteenth street
and the crossings on Nineteenth street
thus establishing uniformity all tbe way
Buy your hat at Robert Krause's, 115
and 117 West Second street, Davenport.
A Raaaway Wife Pa mar t Knelt
Islas4 an Captwre The lsally
Last Friday tbe young wife of an en
gineer running on the C, B. & Q. road
between Rock Island and Sterling, de
serted her husband leaving ber home at
Rock Falls and coming to Rock Island.
Saturday evening the husband curie to
Rock Island having traced her here, and
put his case in Marshal Miller's hands.
That officer made a diligent search of the
city and found the runaway wife in the
First Avenue hotel, and there he took the
deserted husband, who took his wayward
wife borne to Rock Falls last night. She
had in her possession when discovered by
tbe marshal, a revolver and a gold
watch which she had taken from
her husband, who further avers that
she took . considerable money, too,
a.', she emphatically denied.
She gawfcno reason for leaving her hus
band, except that she did not like him
never did and she vowed on leaving
Rock Island that she would leave him
again on the first opportunity. She is
only eighteen years of age, and is rather
pretty and graceful in appearance.
DOIKOS OF TRI POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Henry Leyman, arrested by Officer
Mulqueen, andChas. Meyers, ai rested by
Officer Sexton, were each fined $3 and
costs by Magistrate Wivill this morning
for boisterous conduct.
Magistrate Wivill held Benj. Greene,
living in Black Hawk township in f 50 on
Saturday, to appear today to answer
tbe charge of assaulting Solomon Harris,
of South Rock Island.
Chris. Koebler.a cattle buyer, had Chris.
Nabh, the butcher, before Justice Cooke
this afternoon for taking the law into bis
own hands in settling a difference of
opinion between the two to-wit, com
mitting an assault. A fine of $3 was im
The report of City Marshal Phil Mil
ler for September shows the following
Dirorderly conduct, 14; assault and
battery, 7; drunk, 9: resintinc an officer.
2; drunk and disorderly, 6; carrying
deadlv weapons, 1; larceny, 1: burglary,
4; cruelty to animals, 1; interfering with
officer, 1; total arrests, 46; state cases 5;
city cases, 41.
Amount of fines collected by Magis
trate H. C. Wivill, $123.85; amouct of
police fees, $21 80.
J til bill, thirty-three meals, f 6 60.
Number of lights out, 105.
Number of tramps given lodging, 20.
Goodrich, the man wfatt stole the horse
just over the Henry county line some
time ago, and sold it to C. J. Long, of
this city, has been arrested in Muscatine.
The Journal of that city, of Saturday
Officer McElravy arrested a voune man
today giving bis name as Sam Goodrich
on suspicion of being the man who stole
sixyear-old bay mare near Geneseo
some time aeo. Goodrich is known to
ave sold a horse of this kind at Rock
Island very recently for the verv small
sum of 25. He locked him up and has
telegraphed the officers at Geneseo. and
is looking for an answer everv moment.
There is a $50 reward offered for the ar
rest of the horse thief.
The ew Pont matter tit the rw
lieputy Collector UTake Hold With
the fteginnlacorthe Xr Month.
Boss Wells, who has made two eager
trips an hour to the postoflice regularly
search of his commission as past-
master and one to Cbicago in hopes of
meeting it on the way in search of his
commission as postmaster at Rock Island
since his appointment, received tbe
long coyeted document Saturday and he
lost no time in hustling around to Post
master Huesing's office and making ar
rangements for the transfer of the office
at once. He was not even in favor of
permitting the retiring postmaster to foot
up his accounts for the day, but he was
finally prevailed upon to delay taking
possession long enough to per
Mr. Huesing to get tbe affairs
of tbe office in shape for tbe closing
of the month and tbe department quarter
before stepping out. With the under
standing that the office was to tie trans
ferred tonight without fail, tbe boss with
rirpw Tuniukl - - ' - ' -
ibis aiiernoon me man carriers.
through Carrier Fitzgerald as spokesman.
presented Mr. Huesing with a properly
inscribed and magnificent gold headed
Deputy Collector Geo. W. Henry has
received instructions from Collector Starr
to turn over bis offl. to his successor.
Hrry BoBtock, before business hours to
morrow morning. Mr. Henry nas an ins
records posted up with characteristic
neatness and his office nas been in readi
ness so it could have been transferred at
any time ever since he took possession .
Ue has made one of the best revenue of
ficers ever in the employ of the govern
In the circuit court this morning argu
ments were made for a new trial in the
case of John Clark, convicted of, and sen
tenced lo the penitentiary for eighteen
months for burglary of the government
boat at Hampton. Tbe court took
tbe case under advisement.
This afternoon the new panel of jvrors
reported and after tbe court had excused
Aid. Dan Corken, Geo. Workman, Fred
Johnson and Wm. Ramskill, there yet
remained twentyseven jurors, sev
en of whom offered excuses, none of
whom the court thought legal; so he
ordered that the names of the twentv-
seven be placed in a bat by Clerk Gamble
and that Sheriff Silvia draw out three
who should be excused should they desire.
Wm. Robb, J. A. Godehn and Geo.
Bpilger won the prizes in the legal game
State's Attorney Sturgeon entered
nolle prosse in the case of Michael Kelly
indicted for arson at Buffalo Prairie
burning the barn of Perry Moore. Wm.
McEniry and J. T. Eenwortby were bis
"Pique" at the theatre tonight.
Read Mclntire Bros', advertisement.
Nice peaches, pears and Tokay grapes
at uoro s.
W. Wilmertoa, of Preemption, was in
tbe city today.
There is to be a dancing party at the
Mr. R. J. McGee, of Chicago, is in tbe
city on business.
The Fenner& Crane dramatic company
is at tbe Koch Island house.
Mr. Fred Weyerbauser and family sail
rrom Europe Wednesday for home.
Mrs. II. V. Cloueh. of Geneseo. is
visiting her son, Frank Clough, in the
Dress goods Mclntire Bros, offer
specially attractive goods at very low
7J cents a yard. 10 cent cotton flannels
in short lengths 7 cents a yard at Mcln
Blankets and lap robes at Robert
Krause's, 115 and 117 West Second St.,
"Pique," one of the best dramas of tbe
day, will be presented at Harper's theatre
Buy your underwear at Robert
Krause's, Davenport, 115 and 117 West
Second st.eet, Davenport.
50 cents special values in 50 cent un
derwear, ladies' and gentlemen's this
week at Mclntire Bros.
Mr. J. P. Looney, local manager for
the Western Union Telegraph company.
icrt lor Ottawa Inst evening.
Conductor John Sullivan, of the C.. B.
& Q., went up to Sterling this morning
to visit his mother who is ill.
The largest line of nerkweur you will
always find at Robert Krause's, 115 and
Hi West Ssecond street, Davenport.
Rev. W. S. Marquis goes to Norwood,
111., tomorrow to assist in the installation
of a new pastor of the Presbyterian
Robort Krause's clothing emporium
is beailquarters for blankets and lap
robes, 115 and 117 West Scond street,
If you want a fine, nice suit for your
self or for your boy don't fail to call at
KoSert Krause tt, 115 and 117 W. Secend
Hon. C. T. Settle and wife, of San
Jose. Cal., are guests at the Harper. Mr.
Settle is ex-mayor of San Jose and thirty
years ago lived in Rock Island.
Plush sacques, Mclntire Bros, were
headquarters for plush goods last season
and propose to more than hold their own
this fall. Examination solicited.
Special Mclntire Bros, ofler this week
one case of short end cotton flannels at
J cents a yard 10 cents a vard is cheap
for them. Buy and save 30 per cent.
You cannot buy blankets anvwbore
cheaper than we will sell them to you.
Remember that and call at Robert
Krause's, 115 and 117 W. Second street.
Mrs. T. J. Buford has left several bun
dies of clothing at tbe Arous office for
the Spring Valley miners, which the re
lief committee may have on request at
Mr. H. J. Low re y has resigned his
position as manager at the Harper be
cause of private business demanding his
attention, and severs his connection with
the hotel tonight.
Rob. V. Ferguson and bis wife, Ida
Vallance, who made so many friends
among the theatre people of Rork Island
a few years ago, are now with the Fen
ner & Crane Company.
Do not et them mislead you bv Cheap
John advertisements. We will five you
the best in the market at the lowest
prices. Robert Krause, 115 and 117 W.
Second street. Davenport.
Mr. C. F. Lvnde, who has been con
fined to his home for some time by rea
son of the injury heretofore spoken of,
was able to walk up town and cladden
his friends about tbe bank this morning.
We prefer selling good suits we can
guarantee, but always keep a nice line of
cheaper goods you cannot dup'icale at
the same low price we offer them. Rob'
ert Krause 115 and 117 West Second St.,
Tbe funeral of Mr. Peter nay was held
yesterday afternoon with brief services at
the house by Rev. Mennicke, and after
ward at the German Lutheran church.
There was a large concourse of people
The Merchants Carnival at Armory
ball will tie held Uctotter 23 and 24. This
entertainment is being cotten up by the
ladies of the Central Presbyterian church
and promises to be the most novel enter
tainment of the season.
Messrs J. T. Dixon, of this city, and
G. V . llillier. of Coal Valley, brought in
the best string of fish of the season from
ivjck river yesieraay. inx-n
Him fiah all oaiht .? Dimsflf and
Mr Hiiiii.r anrf that be enticed roost of
Ihotn frr h fll-rD With U1S OWU little
the idle formality Saturday of nominating
county ticket, as follows: For state
senator, Fred B . Sharon ; representative.
V m. Webster; for county treasurer, P
W. McManns; for sheriff, L. M. Stanley;
for coroner. Dr. H. L. Bawden; for
justice, Bliek Peters. No nomination was
made for auditor.
The move of the Cedar Rapids Omrttt
to collect a million postage stamps, for
which aged, friendless, penniless Mrs
Hetberington would be given admission
to tbe Old Ladies' Home, resulted in the
collection of 1.300,000 stamps. It is the
largest collection in the world, and fills
two sugar barrels. It has just been pur
chased at auction by Martin Sleffen, of
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ohlweiler have as
guests at their home on Fourth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Theseires, of New York
City. This eenial couple have recently
returned from a trip to tbe old world,
where the father of Mrs. T. holds a high
and responsible office in tbe city of
Worms, Germany, he by tbe way, being
none other than Mr. Geo. Clauter, a for
mer resident of Rock Island. Early in
the '50's he will be remembered by all old
settlers as being connected with the
county offices. Mr. T. is an expert res-
tauranteur from Delmonico's famous res
taurant in New York City. For a young
man be has seen considerable of the
world, and he is now looking up a loca
tion to embark on business on bis own
account. They go from here to Denver,
and may reach the coast.
Hard Coal War at-
Blacksmiths' coal, grate and egg,
7.50; stove. No. 4 and nut, $7.75 per
ton. screened and delivered; 25 cents
per ton discount allowed if paid within
ten days. Channel coal for grates, $8
per ton. Now is the time to buy.
E. Q. Frazkr.
Soft Coal for Sal
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. . B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
CHARACTER AND STYLE.
New Goods continue to arrive at
Get rid of that tired feeling as Quick as
rw 1 V m. ..a I
potMiiuie. i aae nooa s Barsaparnia,
which gives strength, a good appetite!
C. A. Stikl, - Manager.
MONDAY EVE., SEPT. 30xn.
and continue Six days.
The trade of people who want full value for their money is
the trade we are after. There is character and style in our fall
goods. OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is filled
with advance styles, all offered at our usual moderate prices.
We have prepared for you a magnificent stock in all depart
ments. We are too busy to say much but here are a few quo
tations to guide you.
One case of short ends direct from tbe mills, usual 10 cent
quality, this week for
7J CENTS PER YARD.
There is a saving of 40 per cent for you.
FOUR SPECIAL VALUES IN UNDERWEAR.
Lndies' Jersey Vests, white SOc.
Ladies' Jersey Vests, gray 50c.
Gents White Merino 50c.
Gents' Gray Merino ; 50c.
We remind you again that we will save you money on
Plush Sacques you ought to see ours at $25 00.
WB WILL FORFEIT
As a enarantee that -we have tbe ctrongcat Rep
eno re company traveling at popular prices.
Look at our cant and judge for yourself:
I. R. Primer, Lloyd Melville. E. M. Crane, Geo.
nanna. It. V. rerprnson, W. A. Huts, W.J.
llnlion. IturtK'unk. Miss Amelia Melville,
Mrs. Adelaide Steliton. Miss Ida Vallance,
Mis lli-lle Holmes, Miss Irene Worrell,
Little Mabel, Little Percival.
IfOnr Repertoire Is full of Corned v. and will
guaratirc w make you laugn ana cry.
Don't Miss It! Look. Our Renertoire:
Monday Pique .
j uesaay not and Fasion.
Wednesday Sea of Ice.
Thurxday- Four Night tn a Bar Room
Saturday Daniel Boone.
Satnrday Matinee - Two Christmas lv
social inducement to tne little ones we I
will pivc to every child attendinc the matinee a
useiui souvenir as a memento of the company.
Admission 10, 20 and 30c.
Rock Island. Illinois.
OLEMANN & S3ALZMANN,
:. C. C. Taylor
If 11 Tinder Rock Island Bouse.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6$ per cent and 7 per
TJ. 8. 8iaitAX Orrics. I
Washlmrton.D.C.bept, 88. f
For the next 24 bouro for Illinois
Fair and slightly cooler.
two hilxiox itollakm
Loaned by ns without loss to any client.
f'Call or write for circular and reference!.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial Hotel,
Kw First -clusa Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among
m sm s or
-200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free 01 charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
counters, ebeliin?, etc.. on first floor, and three
room above; water np ana aown stairs, gooa
cellar, barn, etc., lot 25x150, well located for busl-
nee, upper part of Kourtn avenue ; cneap.
one of tbe beatmoney-niaking locations (or any
kind of business neai the Hock Island passenger
depot. . .... . ... . . .
f l.oun win Dny a aweinng wnn . rooms ana
small store, well located, on Inird avenue, now
rents for (14 a month.
TOO will buy a Kood house, five rooms, with lot.
convenient to lower factories .
Only a few of those fine kits in Mixter addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets.
Two or three acres on tbe bluff, fine land for
building or gardening-
borne or tne Dest lota in notice a aauuion on
VrT ... u J) . uF.t uJ-Wl ITOlimnnri
A eooa lot on tne oiun in niwmui i-i-Ion,
$) will bny a fine acre lot Just outside city
limit, on bluff.
A very nice property. Just outside of city luniU
and city taxes ; cheap, on easy terms.
One of the best Ml acre farms, with first clasa
improvements in Uowjing township; cheap.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
bain, and fine corner lot in tbe upper part of tbo
city, conveuient to tbe aaw mills, depot and Isl
A No. 1 business corner atore and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two-story frame dwelling, six room a, good
cellar, well and cistern, large barn, one-half aero
of fine land, well located within a few alep of
M ilan street cars, cheap.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
: : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
Big Cut in Prices
T he Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
213 Main St. DAVENPORT. IA.
Schneider's Shoe Stores-
Mr. Thomas Campbell's report to the
department of agriculture for September
Rye Average yield per acre, 12 bush
els; average quality, 100 representing
tne Highest medium grade. 85.
Oats Average yield per acre, 35 bush
els; average quality, 90.
Corn Average condition, Oct. 1,90.
Mr. Campbell states that corn is much
better than was expected and is generally
out of the way of frost.
For Bala or Sent.
l win sen my nouse on uim street on
easy terms, or will rent tbe same to good
tenant. Enquire of J. C. Adams or Mrs.
O. J. Dimick, on the premises.
Now to business;
No more fun.
Now's the time
To change your tile,
Every one should
Have a KNOX Autumn style.
Lloyd & Stewart,
SOLE AGENTS KNOX HATS,
Rock Island, 111.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.26
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 60 " 8 60
Children's Shoes, " 1.15 " .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 00 " 3 00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies' Fine 8hoes, " 3.00" 2.50
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, 2 50 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00" -75 Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 1.00
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75 Base Ball Shoes, - 1.00 .80
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is educed.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
t3FCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr., .
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
S929 Fifth Avenue.