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SHOT TO DEATH.
Six Negro Harn-Burncrs at
lake" From Their Captors'
I risoiiers Break Jail at Mar
N.uvii.i.r., Tcnn.. Sept. 1. Six
n, n tarn burner were taken from
tin- i iiKtwly of ollicers at Millington
unri)ing, ami shut to death.
TIhti' have been many barns burned
in Triuii'fe. ! over a half dozen
ni riM-x am now in the eiiitentiary
.,rth:it ulTeime. . It was thought the
I ,,rn burning would itop, hut it has
vesterJar six more negroes
.ti' arrvated, against whom there
tv.i- i-iini'luniva proof. They were
l.i iiiL' taken through the country to
j iil in wagon, w hen a crowd of 60
whiif iin-n topNd the wagon, nml
n..i)ing the otticrr pet out, riddled
ni'u'riies with bullets while they
:t! in the wagon handcuffed togeth
er. After the shooting the crowd
niiirilv dispersed. The coroner's
1 . .
in r .
rotmsting ot four negroes and
i-lit white men held an impiest and
i.ciili'l that the men came to their
truth from shots fired by unknown
I'riMiiirnt Kscaic Irnm Jail.
Makikn. Ind., Sept. 1. At 2
u-I'irk this morning 10 prisoners
n.i .lined in the jail here, sawed the
l..ir of their eells and unlocked the
l.mr. They succeeded in getting
nut "( the liuildiug and escaped in
the ilarkness. Among them are sev
eral noted crooks.
IVvvkly Trade Korlew.
Xrw Yuck. Sept. 1.-11. G.'Dun & Ca's
ly review of trade says: The nctivity
mine with exhausted storks and
tii,' (iriire of dt-luyed fall demands, nud
i- iiirre-inl by tilt) t1Mllov.il of uucur
ti'ii'y i.li.iut the tariff, b.n continued,
rt t!i li-avy entries of foreign goods sine
ti.r lull Ihxiiiiio a law. lSutiiies. if good
I., ci'tnpareion with last year, however, is
':lipmr in comparison wiU yean pre
f liii. I'n-Mimably there hm Dot bren
t;n.' t.i ftti! the full effects of the clmnsfe,
i I iinr.i(l;i.il gain will be more hea'.thy
! iii-.nmiaiiig than a spasmodic rite.
l! it tlir rxpiiiiion of cinimercial loans
h'iillt-nlr rewtl, price of maniifac-tur-d
pruilurt show weakne. mth-r
'n.i: .trriicth, find there lias lieen a re-
in In fl.e stork tii.irkrf, prices of rail-
.t.vkn nveraginu Scents, and of trust
tl per sLare lower than a week
-". W'lirat moves largely and western
r.-.-fi.i 6. .. 777 bushels fur the
-rk. airaitist 2.lr!.fl hint year, and for
A'i.-ust s,;.h.iiih) bushels, against l.".,50i),-
" i .ist y. ar, which dots not fit short crop
Tiie ilrm iiid for products of iron and
has increnscd, but prices tend riowu-
irl where any change apiwars, as there
l" not enough buniueM yet to employ the
"'k in ii,Tariiin. Au ancouragiug sale
' ' ." Imudles of cotton-ties in couipe-
-' with f.ireio ties, duty free, war-r-ei
the hope that curreut prices in other
li 'iii'lie rnsy be low enough to meet the
iions .iviilry. and a sale of Masulia ora
' : delivered at lower lake ports, is
K.tiinres are still few and small. For
!. third week of August reported liabili
ty nvre .,.1I7.;,:1S, but for three weeks
"t rV.'l t 4:o, of which t'.'.M.t.SN wero of
in iiiiifacturiiig and )M.4M of tradinR
frntrnis. The average U only (11,531 per
t Hi. r iilur.- this work have been li in
t .' I mteil State ngaint:r last year.
Insane frniM au Acchlent.
1 iiw.lam, S,-pt. 1. Fred Kssler, an
nuiueer, was adjudged incurably insane
Rut --tit to the asylum. Through uo fault
( li imu Kslrr one dark night ran over
Hutu ut one of the street crossing in the
'iit-kiris of the city. It was discovered
t.. 111. tu who was killed was bis liest
Ir.'Mid. Tiie.ai.'cidetit so worried him h'j
ut iitsitne and it U not thought he will
The I rrslileut Uim Uhin(.
Hi vakikj llAy, Mass., SepU 1. After
I114 iinihliiy luuch the president and Secre
tin) ThitrlK-r boarded the catlioat Kuth
'i l went fishing. They started ott lu cx
lleitt spirits but came back sorely dc
I1 :'-n lor ll.e Kuth In-cniue becalmed mid
lue niiicipittrd spurt, was not enjoyed.
The Jealous Murderer.
N-;;iNt;. i.;u,,Iis.,S.pt, I. John Spruce,
'iirwl by J,-uloily, ter.ibly beat big
'ie and wa. euduav.iriug to cut her
t 'lnnt ivituii ueighhun interfered. Liter
i'ut hiS owu throat badly, but utiy re-
Hlay for "llat" Klieit.
Ai.iianv, X. V., Sept. 1. "Bit" Shea
win was convicted of murdering Robert
l!'-w at Troy during ln.it spring's election,
'id who wa to have been electrocuted
Iv- week, will probably enjoy life another
)' r A stay was Krantvd, ieuding an np
l ti winch has not. yet been tiled. All the
1 inii.ny hits to be printed, and iu tUe
'' irliaiiaii case this consumed a year.
The Vether We May Kspeet.
Wasiiimwtosj. 8.'pt 1. The follow ug are
t i" w.wther inilicmtions fur twenty-fo ir hours
'in it p nv jreMnrilav: Fur Inillana and
liiiuois--r'air. warmer weather; nnrthuastnrl y
net-. Is'iininguthurly. For Lower Mlehi-kaa-
ritir, Maruter weather: southeasterly
vhls, l-or U'ppr ilichhjsn Knir, warm r
"iither; liter-'asiaii soiitbeastjrly winits. For
Iwihkio rsir, warmer weather; southerly
;uils K..r Iowa Fair. wanner wrathur. aoatu
lutlerly w.nii, kecoiuinK southwesterly.
I'arks' Cough Syrnp cures coughs,
'"tils and consumption. Mrs. Cath
erine isuck, of Le Koy, N. Y.. says:
I took one bottle of Parks' Cough
Syrup, it acted like magic. Stop
ped my cough and I am perfectly
well now.'' Sold by liar & Ulle-hieyer.
V00RHEES IN POOR HEALTH.
Fkyslelaaw ForbM. Him Taklns Part la
WASniNOTnV li.nl 1 .
. . " t.-ouumor v oor-
bees voice will probably not be heard in
the Democratic campaign in Indiana this
full ti ..ai k. .1 .
- tui ti rt um j since be be-
SENATOR II- w. vmimirra
came a cousoicuous figure in Hoosiee .t.
itics that he has not taken the lead for his
party, being nitted usuallv ai?ainuf. Ttnn-
Jamin llurrisou. Mr. Voorhees' condition
of health is very critical, and he has been
ordered to Hot Springs and will leave as
soon as he is able to travel.
The senator insists t.lmt. I.a m-ih a
uw in lllltlkC IM
least four campaign speeches for the Dem
ocrats in reply to his old antagonist, ex
I'residunt Harrison, but bis physicians
have given strict orders that he take no
Dart, in the Mmiiniirn Tt- - ;.... . .
. 1 v .a uu .llll, (.ailli
year for Senator Voorhees, as hold-over
state seuntors chosen this fall will elect
his successor iu the T7niti.it rnt.
fiovernor Matthew is
date already and will stump the state.
I heie is a feeling here that Senator Voor
hees Will never tie nrmauinl.r 1
I ....... ...-u.j .us,utCU
to heulth. He stms to be sufleriuir from
a general breakdown, and as be is now 67
yenrs old bis case does not yield readily to
THE STRIKE COMMISSION.
Its Labors Iteing FiiiUhed the Members
Chicago, Sept. 1 The labors of the
strike commission in this city itave been
finished und the members of the commis
sion have riear.rted from the city. Just
betore taking his trniu Judge Wortuing
ton said: "Our inrVstigntiou has lieen iu
every way sutifuctory to the commission.
All whom we supteaaed to appear as
wittiesses complietl, apparently, without
displeasure and gnve ns nil the important
inrormatioti asked for. We next meet in
Washington Sept. 25 and during the
month following we expect to present our
1 Me fore we meet each ef the commis
sioners will go over the testimony and the
statistics offered, so that when we come
together we will be ready to bei;in figur
ing up conclusions at once. A learned
gentleuirn of Chicago told me he thought
this question before us a greater one than
that settled by the civil war. It certainly
is a great problem aud we are ouly now at
the beginuiug of the solution. Our com
mission is the first under the crude law
which authorizes its existence and neces
sarily our task is a bard one. We will dr
our best to offer a report which will con
tain something tangible aud beneficial iu
suggestions looking toward a settlement
of the coutlict between capital aud la
Tarncgle on Labor In America.
liONKOS, Sept. 1. Andrew Carnegie
has an article iu the Contemporary Re
view concerning labor in America. He
says that an American workman can live
for less in America, if be chooses, than in
Uieat Britain, provided tiiat be lives as
frugally. Consequently, Mr. Carnegie
thinks, the argument that wages must be
higher in America is fallacious. A pound
judiciously expended iu America on the
necessaries of life would afford the work-
logman's family mure comforts tbau
would the same spent here. The Ameri
can workinginan's position was like that
of the old tsuotcit woman, who, wheu
asked if she could live ou a certain annu
ity, replied that she ejiild live uu half of
it, but could speud double.
Ransom liie ;aiiipignin.
Washington, S'pt. 1. Sauatdr II an-
soiii, chairmuu of the senate committee on
commerce has left for North Carolina to
take part in the campaign. The legisla
ture to be elected this full has two United
States senators to choose, by reason of the
expiration ef Seuator K iusom's term and
Senator Jar vis having been chosen by the
governor to serve until the legislature am
elect to fill the unexpired term of the into
Senator Vance. After the election in
XovcnilaT the commerce comiuUteu will
visit the l'acillc coast la decide ou a deep
water harbor to be improved.
The HmallpoJt ut Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Sept. 1. The state board
of health decided not to establish any
quarantine of che Kieventh ward on ac
count of sinalliox. It was also decided
not to couilad patients suffering with the
disease to go to the pest bouse except iu
cases where the board considered it would
be exceptionally hazardous to allow them
to bo treated ut home. The board also de
cided to leave the penthouse in control of
the city authorities.
Hrhooner Kestless Is All Kight.
Mackinaw Cm-, Mich., Sept. 1. The
schooner Kestless, which had been given
up as lost by her owner at Manitowoc,
Wis., has arrived here. For nearly three
weeks the Kestless lay at Heaver islands
waiting for tue smoke to clear off the
lake so that they could proceed with
safety. The crew were all well aud were
greatly surprised to - learn that their
families and frieuds bad given them up
as dead. .
"Give me a man with an aim,
WhsteV' r tbut a m msv be.
Wtie her l. wealth, or whether its fame.
It matters not to me."
Half the alalcs lives are doe to lasMto.dc or
bodr caused by disordered lifer. To keep vour
liver In order aud to prevent evil sccnnnlatinn
In your blood, to mske yon feel light at d right
and bright front morning till night, to vake yooe
sleep swe and keep yonr system complete ta e
itr. nerce s i'teasni reueis iney cure consu.
nation. Irnlleeftion, biliousness, siek head ch
sad kindled disturbance!.
Not Implicated in the Likens
THE GOVERITOB GIVES HIS A000UUT
Simply Read a Screed That Was Handed
Htm Without Knowing Where It Cane
from; aud IMd Mot Think It Important,
Either Miss Dwyer and the Other Two
Held to the Grand Jury for Farther In
Jury DliKVER. Sent. 1. Rnwrnnp VtTVito w
the first witness heard
of the trial of the cause iu which the gov
ernor is charged with being particeps
eri minis in the violation nf th. nr
the mail. The court room, as nughriiave
oeen expected with the governor on the
witness stand in such a case, was packed,
everybody anxious to hear what tbe gov
ernor had to say. He repudiated any
knowledge of the way the letter came into
uauua oi me omcials. He declared he
had never had m vt.liiiic , An s ska nat
ter whatever, nud was frreatly surprised
wnen ne learned that he had lieen charged
with an unlawful act. Ha never nail unv
conversation with any person for the pur
pose oi entering luto a conspiracy for any
Simply liead It and Banded It Hack.
"Tbe letter in Question in ltnwled tn
me to read," be said, "and I bad to take it
in my hands to do
turned it to the jierson wh5 handed it to
me, ana tnis is my entire and only connec
tion with it. It miirbt have been a forgery
for all 1 know, and it did not attract my
attention to any extent, as I considered it
of little importance. Chief of f olice Arm
strong is mmt eeetn.vilv niiet.t.n in 1.;
statement that he got the letter from me.
i um not. iiiiux it wise of the fire and po
lice Ixiard to remove Mrs. Likens from the
rtOsition of rmlien nmtwin ...I r 1
in every way I cjuld. Ihave known Mrs.
I... ... TA l
awic iwyer, tne present matron, for a
number of venrs. Khn nnlls.il nrw-.n
frequently rejrardinrr the removal of Mrs.
1 :l .
x.iaeu, nut i never jave her any en
couragement and discouraged all proposi
tions she made to this end."
What Waite Told Mrs. Lots.
After Governor Vnir left tl.u ,t,nJ lu
prosecution called some witnesses who
v.. um uw oe prouucea previously. Mrs.
llr. Love, a leailim? iiiamlw, nf nr i.A
local charity organizations of which Mrs.
T : i : i ,
uoveim aiso a iiiemoeT, niter reading the
letter tmbliahed lv Mr Mi,
reflections upon the character ' of Mrs.
iiKeiM, cuueu upon uovernor Waite and
asked for the reiiKima fe T.;l-una
moval. "lie said," Mrs. Ixive testified,
me removal was not because she was a
llepublican but because of a letter which
had been received compromising her
character. The governor gave me a letter
to Chief Armstrong wninwiinn liim I...
me see the lette-, hut when 1 presented it
me cuiei saiu de did not liuve the letter
und sent me to Mr. Mtillins.
Mull ins Wouldn't Show tbe Letter.
"Mr. Mtillins refused to show me t lie let
ter, hilt said it wnu rpru pnmi.Mn.iu;n.
and sufli-jient to cause Mrs. Likens' re
moval irom omce. xne impressiou I ar
rived at from mv cniivprsntinn n-irl, i:mi.
ernor Waite, Mullins and Armslroug, was
mat i.ue removal was made because of this
letter and not. for r.liA nntnen
down expenses, as alleged by the police
.1. Warner Afilta a luuilmn Pnnnlif
.. -.-. - twunt . ujmini, nan
placed on the stand. He said he had
nuovtu jura, jiaens since cnuunood, and
never before hiwl 1m liU.vt . I
spoken against her character. After read-
mi; m cuarnes muue oy uenms Mullins
he went to the city ball to investigate.
BUT WHERE IS THAT LETTER f
After All That Talk It llmm't Appe
naite Is Acquitted.
Mullins iu a pompous manner informed
him that tbe letters and proofs in his pos
session showing up the character of Mrs.
Likens were very strong but were not yet
ready to be shown to the public During
bis conversation with President Mullins,
Mills said he charged him with bringing
religious matters into this prosecution,
and MnlliuH did not deny tbe charge.
Chief of Police Armstrong was recalled
for the purpose of contradicting the testi
mouy of Mrs. Dr. Love, but failed to do so.
ltoth sides then announced their case
closed. Aud the curious tiiiui; is that the
letter that caused all the trouble did not
appear in evidence at all.
Attorney Sales, of con nsel for defense,
moved that the case be dismissed for want
of jurisdiction. His motiou was denied
by the commissioner. The prosecution
arraigned the accused most savauely,
charuiuK that Mrs. Kate Dwyer and Pres
ident Mullins were the leading conspir
ators in the case, bnt that Chief of Police
Armstrong and Governor Waite, iu allow
ing themselves to be used iu the carryiug
out of the purposes of these two, were
equally ituilty, whether they acted iuno
ceutly or not. At the conclusion of tbe
arguments Commissioner Hinsdale ren
dered Ids decision, which acquitted Gov
ernor Waite, as though lie had read the
letter he knew nothing of how it came
into the possession of those who gave it to
The commissioner held the other de
fendants to the grand jury iu $500 each.
He did not blame Mrs. Dwyer for opening
the letter, which was addressed ou the en
velope to "The Police Matron." but after
she bad ojsfned it and found that it was
addressed directly to Mr.. Likens she bad
no right to detain it, but should have im
mediately sent it to Mrs. Likens. The re.
tent ion of the letter for some time by
Mrs. Dwyer and t lie other two defendants,
and iu use to irjure Mrs. Likens, was au
offense that he would let the gruud jury
Has Heard from Minister linker.
Washington-, Sept. 1. Minister Baker
has seut a dispatch to Secretary Greshaiu
concerning the expulsion of the persons
concerned in the Mosquito troubles, which
states that the president of Nicaragua,
acting under an act of the legislature, is
sued a decree expelling from the Mosquito
country all persons concerned in the re
bellion. The minister protested against
the expulsiou of Americans without trial.
He informed the riicaraguan government
that the United States held that without'
trial and conviction upon some offense
Nicaragua had no right to banish Amer
ILI, SATUEDAY, SEPTESXBEIt 1, 1S4.
SYMPATHY WITH WILLIE K.
And Now Comes Kettle Keastadter and
Says It Wasn't She.
New York, Sept. 1. About the trouble
in the William K. Vanderbilt family, Mr.
Vanderbilt's friends hxve refrained frnm
saying much so far, but they do not hesi
tate to say that when the truth is known
he will be amply vindicated. So far as
can oe learned Iroin statements made ta
persons in the confidence of the Vander
bilt familv their nvmnathies r all
Hut another feature has been added in
tbe aonearance at. tlm Ttitsinn nf a hand
some woman who said she was Nettie
JNeuradrer, the alleged charmer of Will
iam K. at Paris, aud that she never saw
him iu her life ami that if tha n I si inel
tions interfere with Jlf! f. tie f riftta 1 nliia
tions somebody will eufTer. Mrs.
NeustHdter is the i;antarnla woman who
has been exoloited by a San Francisco
pajier as the Parisian charmer.
The fact in that the names are different.
Nellie Neustetter is the Parisian woman.
She was never in the United States, while
Nettie Neustadter is a nativM r V...i.
whose m aiiien name was Cohen. She was
mnrriefl to ?ewitadter, a S:iu Francisco
man, but they did not get along.
Will Strike Again-t the System.
NEW YoiIK. Sent. L The memher. f
the tlu-ee tailors' unions of Itrooklyn, Nos.
2", S3 and V held a mass meeting in the
mil uc aifserose anil tn street, to act
upon the recommendation of tbe executive
b.iard of the unions to strike against the
day-task system in vogue in Itrooklyn.
The men sny that four workmen are re
quired to make thirty-eight coats a day,
wheu twenty was a big task. The em
ployers say tbe men make f 19 per week,
while the men say they ouly make 9.
Crerwth nf the Katvatlon Army.
New YoliK. Sept. I. Commander Bal
lingtou Booth, at a largely-attended meet
ing in Association ball in Brooklyn, said:
"Twenty-eight years ago the Salvation
Army consisted of two persons my father
aud mother who bad for a barracks a
dilapidated saloon in the east end of Lon
don. It 1ms now 11,200 commanding offi
cer, 65,030 local officers, and over l.OJO.OUO
men nud women are willing to wear its
uniform and be misrepresented and re
viled." Fate af Freitwh's Sharpie.
NEW YotiK. Sept. 1. The steamship
Scaudia reports t hat she sighted a wreck
estimated at about thirty feet long, abont
fifty miles southeast of Sable island.
From the small size of the Mr. t.,l
sel and her position when sighted it is not
lmpossime mat it may liave bten the lit
tle schooner-rigged sharpie Niua, in which
Captain A. Freitsch, the Norwegian ad
venturer from Milwaukee, left this port
to sail single-handed across tbe Atlantic.
Cost of the Strike in Illinois.
SruiNtiFiKLb. Sept. l. AU the militia
pay rolls for service duiing the coal and
railway strikes of this year tire now in
and the adjutant general has given out the
footings. T.ie pay rolis aggregate iM --157.br.
The stete has been able to pay
only ubsut r3J,0Ud, so that the militia
must depend oa public-spirited citizens
for the balauce of the "J14,4:('J.08, if they
get it before the legislature convenes.
Minister Sued for ISreaeh of from ise.
OTTUMWA, la., Sept. 1. A sensational
breach of promise case has been started iu
the district court here. Pl.cebe Irwin, a
spinster of 55 years, brings suit against
Kev. Chriatopher Lazeuburg, a sujierauu
uted Methodist minister 80 years of age,
for a large sum lor blighted affections!
Lazeuburg has preached iu various por
tions of this state und is widely knowu iu
Makes l&O Men Idle.
M'JSCATISE, la., Sept. 1. Receiver Yob
ble, of tbe Williams Iron Kolling mill
lias announced that the works will be
closed today indefinitely on account of
dull business. One hundred aud fifty
bauds were employed.
tabled nn Opium Juiut.
CLEVELAND, O.. Sept- I. Tom Sintr'a
opium joiut was raided by the police aud
a uozeu prisoners captured. Among the
victims were several of the c-hnrn. simreru
of an opera company which is playing
uere. men ven notorious oue and has
been watched, by the police for some
mouths for tue purpose of a raid. The
keener and inmateu u-m ....... 1 1 -
Surplus for I--t M uth.
Washington. Sent. 1. The total re
ceipts from all sources at the treasury
duriug the past mouth amouuted to$4t,-
-'.i auu uie disbursements fy l.tKs.HIM,
leaving a surplus for the mouth of rJ.WJ,
5'JO. Of the receiiit.s ill Kilull wun. f.,n
customs aud eJr,5JJ,ar8 lxoui internal
During the Lot weather impurities
in tbe blood may seriously annoy
you. ExH!l them by taking Hood's
Sarfapariila, the great blood purifier.
'PR I it 15 ON ALL CANS,
TO Bf GtMUINtr.
The London has now started
A GREAT MEN'S SUIT SALE
Big Store. Blue Front.
Have You Money
If so, read this:
7 Per Cent Loans.
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage lonns on band,
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face --! accrued
interest. The&v ...ans have
been carefully selected by
us. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 pkk ckkt net to the inven
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
AmOMmt. CVat. 71m. ISrcwitv
$1,600 7 6 yrs 5.8U0
800 7 6yra 1.700
420 7 6 yrs 1.000
1,800 7 6 yrs 4.500
. 250 7 5 yrs 3.000
800 7 6 vrs 2,600
1,000 7 6 yrs 2.400
1,500 7 6 yrs 4.000
800 7 5 vrs 2.000
1,500 7 6 yrs 3.510
1,000 7 6 yrs 2.O0.J
1,400 7 6 yrs S.55C
1,200 7 6 yrs 3,300
Tbe securities we offer are
especially adapted for tbe
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present hig coupon to us
for collection. For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. BOTH,
8a pt. Loan Department
I make m specialty of repairing or
furnishing parte for any
Bicycle, and guarantee
satisfaction on all work
If yonr wheel needs attention try
me. Hair Clippers and
Razors sharpened on abort
Must Have More Room
Is the word that comes fr om our proprietors, who are in
the eastern markets buying an immense stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing.
We marked prices down from our former low prices all
last month. But now we have jumped on them again
Our windows are full of them. We have more in
$5 Is the Price.
Lots of them, worth more than double. None of them
worth less than double. You can't afford to miss this sale.
Fur Goods repaired.
For all kinds of Fur
Goods and Gloves
1G05 Second At.
BUSH'S CORN CURE
A Positive Cure for Corns, Warts arid Bunions
PRICE 25 CENTS.
This remedy is sold nnder a positive guarantee; and we will cheer
fully refund the money if you are not satisfied with the results.
Different from any other, it will allay tbe pain instead of making
the foot sore. It has been tried by many, who praise It highly. We
can furnish testimonials if desired. Try it, and suffer no longer.
Manufactured by HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Aveauae Pharmacy,
corner Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. Bock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
PBXG3 TXXCS3 CZ3T3.
Impossible to miss the place.