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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1890.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
tST'Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Second avenne,
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient You can eave money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
JKOHN & ADLEE,
Removed to 219
.Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
Wot Liver and. Kidney Troubles
KOTBING EQUAL TO
5 Thomas Liver and Kidnev. Pills.
V 25c a BoxSample free. .
; T. H. THOMAS,
- Druggist, Rock Island.
Rook Island, Ills.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
OUR TOWNSHIP TICKET.
Like the Alderuianic it is Pop
Cantfl tatea that All May Heartily Em
dorae-.-A Ulan re at the liiflYrent
As ii the case with the aldermanic can
didateti the more the democratic township
ticket is discussed, the mote popular it
becomes. The nominees from first to
last are exceptionally strong, and are
greeted with the most gratifying enthus
iasm cn every side.
Mr. John Aster, the candidate for su
pervisor, has already served the city
zealously and faithfully on the county
board. He served for three suc
cessive terms following 1876, when
he re.ired voluntarilv, but was nom-
nated again in 1882, and was
reelected four times in succession,
when he again withdrew. He has been
in business in Rock Island as a baker and
merchant for twenty-seven years. He
came here first in 1851 a poor boy, and
through his own offortand labor was en
abled to start in business for himself.
That be has been successful is due alone
to tbe honorable, upright, plucky and
persevering course he hes pursued.
Ever body likes Honist John .sterand
everybody admires him, and his record as
a county supervisor be s been fully satis
factory to those who have stood by bun
at the polls in the past and will do so
this j ear.
Of the candidates for assistant super.
visorn Mr. Arthur Burr all represents one
of our oldest, most highly esteemed fam
ilies himself a life-Jong democrat, one
who has always labored for the party's
interest, and having already served ac
ceptably as a member of the county
board, bis selection is a peculiarly foru
For assistant supervisor also, Mr. Geo.
E. Browner is as popular a choice as could
be trade. He is one of the influential
jouug members of the parly, as well as
one of our promising young business
men. He is the proprietor of the Elm
street grocery, and was. previous to em
barking in business for himself, a mail
carrier, in which capacity be made many
frienis. He is capable, hones', and pro
great ive fully qualified for the duties
that are to be intrusted to htm on elec
Mr. Winslow Howard, at present com
pleting his second term as alderman from
the First ward, is also a nominee for
supervisor. The same methods which
have characterized his career as member
of tl e municipal assembly will be carried
out in the county board and his election
therefore is a foregone conclusion. He
Is of a pushing, conservative disposition
and all responsibilities entrusted to him
will be safe. He is a glass blower in the
Sock Island glass works.
Mr. J. S. Darrah, the fourth candi
date of tbe democracy for assistant su
pers isor, is a member of the Third avenue
grocery firm of Maucker & Darrah, is a
thoroughgoing businesi man, a democrat
of many years' standing, a straigbtfor-
war 1, energetic man and his nomination
is sufficient to insure his election.
Tae nomination of Mr. John Barge
for assessor for the seventh consecutive
time is convincing proof of the confidence
repr.si-d in him by his own party, and
bis election repeatedly, shows with what
regi.rd be is held as an officer by the peo
ple of Rock Island. Fairness and jus
tice have marked his manner of discharg
ing his important and responsib'e duties,
and will insure hi9 reelection nest Tues
day. For collector Mr. David Fitzgerald was
chosen. That the nomination is an
eminently wise one is demonstrated by
the fact that tbe only charge that has
been raised against him by his political
opponent is that he is a street car driver.
He is a former Rock Island merchant,
wan until recently a mail carrier and since
he was removed from that position in
compliance with the republican civil ser
vice (?) rules, has been engaged in driv
ing a car on the bridge line. He has
served faithfully as a member of the
county board, and has the ability, indus
try and good judgment to make a good
For constables tbe names of B. H.
Kimball, John Flannigan and Louis Oul-
weiler have been placed on the ticket.
Tte first named is ex-major of Rock Isl
and and is at present truant officer under
th'3 new compulsory education law;
Mr. Flannigan bas been for years a con
etuble and is thoroughly experienced:
Mr. Ohlweiler Is an active democrat, a
tr aatworthy young man whom his friends
w 11 delight to honor, and the three will
be elected without a doubt.
Tbe funeral services of the late John
W. Remer, the well known ferry pilot,
were held at the modrst bomCof the de
ci ased on Eighteenth street this morning,
Rv. G. W. Gue officiating. Capt. T. J
Robinson and family and as many of tbe
ferry crew as could be spared, as well as
a large number of river men were pres
ent. There were a number of floral
tributes, including a beautiful pillow with
tie affecting inscription "My Papa,"
from the little daughter who is now, it
rr ight be said, without parents. "Rock
oi Ages" and "Jesus, Lover of My Soul.'
were rendered by Mr. and Mrs.'J. F.
Robinson, Mrs. Milton Jones. Mrs. J. C.
Adams, Miss Coyne and Mr. J. F. Noft
sier. The pall bearers, all steamboat
nien, were: Messrs. Wm. Staassen and
Ieroy Lawhead, of the Spencer, and
C'apts. Geo. Carpenter, John O'Connor,
W. H. Whislcr and W. D. Holsapple.
The democratic voters of the Fifth
ward are requested to n.eet at the usual
voting place Friday evening, March 28,
t.t 7:80 o'clock to take action relative to
nominating a candidate for alderman.
J. 8. ROSENFIELD.
In advanced age the declining powers
are wonderfully refreshed by Hood's Bar
naparilla. It really does "make the weak
The Approaching; Industrial Fair
Ltftt r Iatta Torchlight Pa
The committee on arrangements for
the Industrial fair has decided to open it
next Thursday evening with a torchlight
Following ib a complete list of dona
tions to date:
Wm. Jackson, $5; Ruble & Stengle,
$10; Nelson & Youngberg, $5; Wm.
Roth, $2; M. Buncher.fl; Deere & Co.,
No. 7, 12 inch plow; Phil Miller, half
barrel of flour; Cbas. Engel, sack of
flour; M. Peterson, pair of shoes, C. F.
Leffler, box of cigars; J. M.Beardsley, 6
brooms; Maucker & Darrab, box of ci
gars; F. G. Young, 12 cans of corn; Emil
Koehler, sundries; Geo. Lehnerer, 1 bam,
2 pieces of bacon; R. Bennett, suck of
flour, Aug. Heimbeck, sundries; W. B.
Pettit, 1 dozen bottled goods; Charles
Oberg, 2 dozen bottles of wine; Julius
Zismer, 1 ham; Peter Scherer, meat; Wm.
Whitton, groceries; Gus Geiscr, f bottles
of wine; L. Kramer, groceries; Mrs. E.
Beck, 12 cans of corn, Chris benatz.
1 box of cigars; John Anisworth, 1 H
cigars; John Holdorf, 1 box of cigars;
11. Schmacht, 1 box cigars; L. Senger,
sack of flour; Chris. Naab, 1 ham; J. D
Beecher, sack of flour; Fred Gross, 6
bottles of wine, 1 box cigars; T. .H Ellis,
1 ton of coal; OitoSieb, 100 cigars; John
Evans, 1 pound of tea; Scbaab & Wol
ters, sack of flour; C. D. Gordon, 1 box
cigars; John Sbafer. 2 dozen bottles of
wine; E. Thompson, double-barrelled
shot gun; Louis May, groceries; C. C.
Taylor, goods valued at 2; Hawthorne
restaurant, fruit cake; C. Goldsmith,
boys' suit; Given & Bell, 100 cigars;
Monroe Kobn, jug of wine; Louis Week
el, 12 cans of strawberries; A. 11. Thomp
son, cake; Mrs. Pinneo, dry goods; Crown
restaurant, cake; David Don, goods;
Thos. Schinldler, twelve pounds of meat;
Geo. Savadge, 12 bottles of wine; G..M.
Loosley, crockery; Geo. Bennett, pair of
gloves; Henry Ebrhorn, 26 bottles
of wine; Winter & Lemberg, case
of wine; Beverly & Burgh, case of wine;
Lloyd & Stewart, hat; I. Bamberger,
child's suit; Bijou cigar store. 2 pipes, 1
pouch, 2 cigar cases; J. B. Zimmer, suit
pattern; Wm. Rams-kill, pants pattern; C.
J. Long, 100 cigars; Simon & Mosen
felder, boys' suit; Jonas Bear & Co., silk
umbrella; Will R. Johnson, silver healed
cane; J. Ramser, silver nut bowl; W. A.
Ehleb, sack of flour, 6 cans of goods;
Henry Willms, 6 bottles of wine; Frick
& Hansgen, use of team; M. Erbs. 1 ham:
Beardsley & Hodges, case of wine; C. G.
Wulff, 100 cigars; Peter Frey, sack of
flour; John Shields, sack of flour; A.
Greve, pair of shoe; Geo. Browner,
groceries; Al. Timberlake, butt of tobac
co; A. Hildebrandt, two bottles cham
pagne one bottle of wine.
The ladies auxiliary of the fair asso
ciation desire that all donations to the
fair be left at Armory hall.
BUT OXE BALLOT-ROX.
Compliratlnn Herrtornrr Kxlatlng In
Oity.Townnhlp Election le Kr
ninved This Year.
In addition to the change in the terms
of supervisors heretofore described in
the A Rous as provided for in the election
laws enacted by the last general assem
bly, a serioua complication that has here
tofore existed in city-township elections
occurring on the same day, is to be re
moved. This in pursuance of an amend
ment which was prepared and engineered
through the thirty-sixth general as-
semhlphy Rock Island's member, Hon.
E. W. Hurst, and which provides:
That in towns which lie wholly within
the limits of an incorporated city, and in
any town whose territorial limits are co
extensive with the territorial limits of anv
incorporated city, village or incorpor
ated town, the common council of
such city or board of trus
tees of such incorporated vil
lage or town, shall divide such towns
into election precincts, and designate the
voting placo in each precinct, and ap
point three judges of election for each
precinct, who may be the same persons
ae are appointed as judges of election for
city or village officers, held on tbe same
day; and shall also designate tbe place
where tbe miscellaneous business of the
town shall be transacted. In such towns
it shall he lawful to print or write tbe
names of candidates for city and town
ship officers on one ballot, and use only
one oauot oox at each voting place.
This removes a complication that has
always attended onr city-township elec
tions and led often to irregularities in the
vote and deprived candidates of what
was their just dues. The simplest way
is the best, is the idea of the new law.
A people's caucus was held at C. al
Valley lust night and the following ticket
placed in nomination: Supervisor, Frank
Naylor; town clerk, John Barton; col
lector, J. W. Gordon; assessor, S, D.
Pace; road commissioner, J. O. Johnson;
constable, Wm. Pampereen. The ticket
is a strong one, being composed of good
and popular men. It should be elected
from top to bottom.
In Preemption, Mercer county, tne fol
lowing excellent ticket has been placed
in tbe field: Supervisor, Daniel Mack;
assessor, J. L. Conway, Jr.; collector.
Charles Spangler; town clerk, W. W
Wilmerton; commissioner of highways
3 years Albert Zwicker; school trustee,
W, P. Whan; justice of the peace, Ar
chie Cook .
A Trxcelj in One Act.
"A pair of gaiters, James," said Mr.
The young man hauled a half dozen
boxes off the shelf and knelt in venera
tion at the feet of his patron.
"Fine weather we're having, James,
the customer observed with no less cheer
fulness. Yes, sir," said the shoe mail iu a tretu
ulous but delighted tone. "1 I trust that
Miss Oolding is well."
"I I have been thinking of calling on
Miss Golding," the young man hazarded
"Take those gaiters away aud bring me
some heavy boots with pointed toes!" the
old man said explosively.
And the young man, with a crushed
and despairing look on his face, silently
supplied the order and then went into
the back store to weep. Boston Times.
In the carriage entrance to a house In
the Rue St. Lazare there stood a few
days ago a chair, and on that chair a
hat, and in the hat lay a ticket, on which
was written: "Hie charitable and highly
esteemed public are requested not to for
get a poor blind man who has just gone
to his breakfast." Translated for Chat
There will be a mlssioaary tea at the
Baptist church tomorrow evening. . Sup-
M Jt Q
per irvui v wj o p. u.
Nice dressed chickens at Browner's.
Choice lettuce and spinach at Browns
Stuart Harper returned from Califor
nia last night
Dancing school at Armory hall Sat up
Mr. W. E. Alberts, of Warsaw, is vis
iting Dr. J. M. Barth.
Remember dancing school at Armory
hall Saturday evening.
Mr. W. W. Eggleston has received a
clerical position on the island.
Mrs. P. B. Normoyle has gone on a
visit to her sons at Chicago, Kankakee
and Peoria. -Arthur
McNeil, of Clinton, Iowa, is is
the city on a visit to his father, Mai.
Messrs. Richard Battersby and Thos.
Lees, of Coal Valley, paid their r spects
to the Aroub today.
The prospects for a disposition of tbe
Rock Island & Milan road are beginning
to brighten again.
Mr. John Buckley, one of tbe promi
nent farmers of Canoe Creek, was in the
city yesterday on business.
H. M. Gilchrist, formerly of Rapids
City, now of the town of Gilchrist. Mer
cer county, is in the city.
Maj.Alex Mackenzie has ordered that
the les Momes rapids canal be opened
to navigation April 1, 1890.
At Tuesday's final reais'.ration the Sec
ond ward was shown to have 515 voters;
the Sixth S49 and the Seventh 353.
There is a prettv fair prospect just now
of the Davenport coal mines reing leased
or rented to a reliable part; for a term of
Tbe Libbie Conger, of the Diamond Jo
line, will leave St. Louis next Wednes
day for Winona and way points. She
will be here the latter part ot next week.
The policemen In Muscatine, in ac
cordance with positive instructions is
sued by the mayor, began Wednesday
morning to shoot every dog they find un
It is understood that Dr. J. A. Reid,
the Davenport physician charged with
abortion and manslaughter, baa retained
Hon. W. A. Foster, of anarchist and
murder fame, of Chicago, to defend him.
Yesterday was the day set for filing of
objections to the Twentieth street and
Second avenue pavements in the county
court, and not one was filed let it be said
to the credit of the property holders on
those s i reels.
George Welch, a moulder in Deere &
Co's. foundry, was the victim of an ex
plosion this morning, as a consequence
of which his vision will oe sadly im
paired if not entirely destroyed by flying
The store of Nelson, Chester & Co., on
Third avenue in Moline, was closed this
morning on the strength of a forced sale
to satisfy a claim of $2,000 of S. W.
Wheelock. Fiaher Bros., of this city
have bought the stock.
Carse & Co 's popular boot and shoe
house, has just uudergone the process of
repapering and repainting, which with
the new slock of spring and summer
goods they have just received, makes
their store a very attractive place to
Io'pired by the improvements h:s
neighbors about him are making. Dr.
Patrick Gregg has practically decided to
tear down his old buildings on Second
avenue adjoining Mr. Don's block and
erect a building of modern design in its
Ex Alderman John Atkinson is con
fined to his home with rheumatism and
is therefore not able to make the canvass
for alderman in the Sixth ward that he
would If able to be around. His friends,
however, are active in bis behalf, and say
he is sure of election .
The bricklayers of tbe three cities met
at Hillier'a ball last evening, and took
preliminary steps looking to the forma
tion of a permanent organization. Pat.
Rooney was chairman and Chas. Frick,
secretary. Adjournment was taken for
one week to perfect plans.
E.J. Kailer.whorepreseatsthe Hibbard,
Spencer, Barllett company, of Chicago,
and B. CLpMillineton, the representative
on the dad for Illinois and Iowa in the
interest of Taplin, Rice & Co., who make
the celebrated Climax slovt s. are in the
city for several dajs transacting busine;s
with Baker & Housman.
Everybody is cordially invited to the
sociable at Mrs. E. P. Reynolds' residence
this evening. A twenty-five cent sapper
will be served from 6 to 8 p. m.. after
which an entertaining programme will be
rendered. Tbe proceeds will be devoted
to the furnishing of the voung men's
class of the new M. E. church.
Fitzgerald may be only a poor working
man a street car driver but he'll knock
the aristocracy that attempts to down
him because of his occupation, into a
cocked bat on election day. The ballot-
box is the only effective weapon of the
workingmen, and they will wield it this
year to the best advanhtage possible.
Mr. C. D. Benack, who was formerly
in the employ of David Don, and who
left this part of the country for the north-
w, est about seven years ago, is in the city
on a brief visit to old friends. Mr. Bes
nack looks as though tbe Minnesota cli
mate agreed with him. He is traveling
for a St. Paul hardware firm, and lives
at Mankato, Minn.
We will see next Tuesday whether be
cause a man has to work hard and long
tor a living, ir be nas not as much right
to be a candidate for tbe office of town
ship collector as a man of elegant ease,
who became a nominee solely through
political jugglery and is not even tbe
choice of his party, much less of the pub
lie at large.
Barnum & Bailey's world renowned
shows which have won such laurels In
England the past winter and Oiled barrels
of money, arrived in New York safe from
the return Ocean voyage Sturday. It
took three steamers to convey tbe vast
aggregation. The Messrs. Barnum &
BaiKy will now arrange for their grand
triumphant tour of tbe United States the
coming season and which will include
Tbe Union continues its attempted
sarcastic comments on the fact that Da
vid Fitzgerald, the democratic nominee
for collector, is a street car driver. Mr.
Fitzgerald has not tbe oppertunity for
leisure that his aristocratic opponent.
"Juggler Josh" bas, but he ia every whit
as honest and as deserving. It is his mis
fortune, but not his disgrace, to be poor,
but he is not ashamed of it. He believes
that the man makes the occupation and
not the occupation the man.
Conrad Schneider, the republican nom
inee for supervisor, made a serious mis
take yesterday which was caused entirely
by politics. In handing what he sup
posed was a dollar to a couple of work
ers for expenses, be let slip a twenty
dollar gold piece, and did not discover
the mistake until his friends were gone.
Of course under tbe circumstances be
will say nothing about it, but will prob
ably quietly charge it to the right-hand
column of his profit and loas account after
A new plan of victimizing unsuspect
ing people is reported from Burlington,
where a bold, bad man entered the res
taurant of Miss Bertha Holsteln and ate
his supper, giving Miss Holsteia what
purported to be a $5 bill. After be had
taken his change and departed it was
discovered that tbe bill was only good
for $5 on one side, whereupon one cor
ner a "5" cut from some other bill had
been pasted with great accuracy. The
real value of the bill was tl, but the de
ception was not noticeable unless closely
examined or turned over. The query
which arises is, how did the sharper ob
tain tho figure without spoiling the $5
bill? Did it come from a cigar stamp t
An Eavesdropping Reporter.
Nxw York, March 27. Reporter Choate,
of The World, is, it seems, not yet out of
trouble on account of his enterprise in
hiding himself in the jury room while the
Flack jury was considering its verdict and
taking notes of the proceeding. Contempt
proceedings have been begun against him,
and yesterday when the matter came up be
fore Judge Barrett, Attorney Bird asked
that the city editor of The World be In
cluded in the proceedings, for publishlngftha
results of tbe eavesdropper's work. The
matter was deferred.
Mitt Margaret Blaine's Marriage.
Baltivorb, Ml, March 27. The Sun
make this announcement: "The marriage
of Miss Margaret Blaine, the eldest daughter
of the secretary of state, and Walter Dam
roach, of New York city, will take place on
the i ;tk of April. The day has been slight
ly hastened by the fact that some of the most
intimate friends of both the bride and
groom had planned a trip to Europe a little
later on in the month, and an early date had
to be selected for the wedding so that they
could be pres -nt,
Want the Hymn Book to Go.
Oshkosh, Wis., March CT. "You may ex
clude the Bible from the schools if you
will, but a Methodist hymn will ring round
it still," said Father O'Brien in St. Peter's
church Sunday, referring to the singing of
Methodist hymns in the normal school He
approved in the highest terms of the decis
ion of the supreme court concerning the ex
clusion of the Bible from the public schools,
but he thought the Methodist hymn book
should go also, as, he said, it had no more
rij?ht there than the Catholic or Lutheran
Candidate' and Committee Meeting.
The different candidates on tbe demo
cratic city-township and the members of
the city committee are requested to at
tend a meeting at th Arods office Satur
day evening, March 29th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Chairman City-Township Com.
A well known citizen of Wetherdville,
Md., Mrs. W. R. Graves, writes: I suN
fer sometimes with acute rheumatism.
and your Salvation Oil gives me instan
taneous relief, and 1 recommend it as a
sure cure for this terrible disease.
For Bale Cheap.
A large lot of shelving, counters,
tables, show cases, etc.
MrrcirEU. & Ltkdk.
I have a supply of good, clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. Siegrist.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock lalana Bonse.
So'e Agent for 10c Sheet Masic.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
SHERIFF'S SALE. j
Br v irtne of an execution and fee bill No. C304.
-lied out of tbe clerk's office of the circuit
conrt of Rock Islaud county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, wnereby I am commanded to
make tbe amount of a certain Jndzment r. ccntljr
obtained apainsl Louis Bender in favor of John
Peel for nse of George msmer. oat of the lands.
t nements, eoods and chattel of the said defend
ant, Louis Bender, i nave levied upon tbe fol
lowing, property, to-wit :
i ne east one-nan ( H ) or tne norm west quarter
(H) of section thirty-six, (36), In township nine
teen, (191, north of rang two eat of the fourth
(4th) principal meridian, in the county of Rock
Inland and rtate of Illinois.
There fore, according to said command, I shall
expose for sale, at public auction, all tbe rtebt.
tiue ana interest or tne aoove named Louis
Bender in and to the above described property, on
Monday the 21st day of AprU, 18IM, at 2 o'clock
v. m at the north door of the Conrt house in tbe
city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois, lor cab la band, to saUsiy
said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Rock Island, this 27: h dar of March
A. D., !. T. 8. SILVIS.
Sheriff of Rock Island county. Illinois.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK IHLaXn, I I.I...
. i m a
- - -
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
in sevs or
1 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
rcnunea i roc oi caarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attosvxt at Law -
Rooau S and 4 Masonic Ttmple,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
Our new Spring Goods are now fully
business done la that department last week
chord in our selections- Cold type cant possibly describe the beautirul effeeta U
plain, placid and striped fabrics. New Silks In brocades, plaids, etc.. suitable to
combine with plain goods low prices prevail.
Double Fold Cashmeres 10c.
Cashmere Ombres, genuine to clo3e, 15c.
Challiee, p:etty styles. 7c. Cashmeres 9c.
Satines, large variety 10c.
Outing Cloths, Tennis Flannels, 10, 11 and 12Jc.
We have the celebrated Marguerite or Wedding Ring"
This week we offer special values and styles in lace curtains and draperies.
Lace curtains. 85c a pair, 3 yards long; better ones In proportion.
Tuesday morning we will have for your inspection, shoulder capea and beaded
Black silk conewinaras, grey silk surlouts, suitable for street wear or travel
Lots of other things we want you to
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goode,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harper's Theatre building Their
i3 large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to surpass, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZCIANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Don't You Want Something
The Catsup Bottle and Berry Bowl shown above are
two of the many new things in such ware, and may give
you a little idea of what it is like; but I think you would
like to call and select from the new lines constantly
coming in, a few other articles to give variety to your
table service. As to prices if you are disappointed at
all it will be to find them so low.
It would take more space than is at my disposal here
to speak at all fully of the new things coming in, to say
nothing of staple articles. I hope it is understood by
this time that visitors are always welcome whether they
come to buy or not, and to look at what the store con
tains is better than to read about them. Please call.
G. M, LOOSLEY,
1809 Second Avenue.
Men's Felt Shoes f 1 00
Felt Boot Overs 100
" Arctics 1 00 "
Alaskas 00 .
" Clogs 50
- Women's Arcties '. 75
High Button Gaiters 65
M Alaskas 40
Boy's Arctics 50
M ssea' High Button Gaiters 60
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Eocyclopepia, valued at $8,
to each customer baying f 25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let as show you the Book and explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
KLM 8TBJBXT SHOE 8TORX)
8839 Tlfth Avenue.
displayed, and judging from tae rood
we are sure that we struck tbe noDular
see but haven I room to mention them.
-IN THE NEW-
Cut Table Glassware